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Black Hawks running back Sean Schweichler fields a punt during the game against Queen Creek, Oct. 26, 2012, at Queen Creek High School.
Sean Schweichler, Williams Field running back.
It sounds kind of crazy, but Williams Field coach Steve Campbell was all about giving his defense credit in a football game that saw his Black Hawks get a 53-30 victory on Friday over Peoria Liberty.
After two easy wins to start the season, Williams Field came into its matchup Friday night with host Campo Verde with plenty of confidence. But by the end of the first half, the Black Hawks were facing their first deficit of the season and had seen their normally stout offense shut down by the Coyotes.
Williams Field runningback Sean Schweichler, left, is tackled for a loss by Campo Verde linebacker Mitch Siebenaler, right, during their playoff game Friday, Nov. 2, 2012, at Williams Field High School in Gilbert. [Paul Connors/Special to Tribune]
Williams Field runningback Sean Schweichler, right, rushes as he is chased by Campo Verde defensive back Brock Sanderson, left, during their playoff game Friday, Nov. 2, 2012, at Williams Field High School in Gilbert. [Paul Connors/Special to Tribune]
Black Hawks RB Sean Schweichler takes a punt during the game against the, Bulldogs Friday, Oct. 26, 2012 at Queen Creek High School. [Brant Clinard/ Special to Tribune]
Williams Field running back, Sean Schweichler runs past a Higley defender Friday, Sept. 28, 2012 in Gilbert. [Jerry Burch/Special to Tribune]
Williams Field runningback Sean Schweichler (3) fumbles the ball as he is tackled by Campo Verde defenders, from left, Mitch Siebenaler, Drius Williams and Brock Sanderson during their playoff game Friday, Nov. 2, 2012, at Williams Field High School in Gilbert. [Paul Connors/Special to Tribune]
For the second game in a row host Williams Field scored early and often in a blowout win.
Vista Grande coach Carlo Hernandez had no illusions about Friday night’s home game against unbeaten Williams Field.
It wasn't pretty, but the Gilbert Williams Field Black Hawks got past the Maricopa Rams 38-20 for a season-opening win Friday night.
Williams Field knew all about Campo Verde's stout defense heading into the first round of the Division III playoffs.
The Queen Creek football team finally got the test everyone was waiting on.
TUCSON — The first five offensive plays of Williams Field's game at Amphitheater resulted in first downs on each snap, not to mention a quick touchdown for the visiting Black Hawks and two strong runs for Amphi.
Williams Field Black Hawks
Queen Creek and Williams Field split the title as the best Class 4A team from the Southeast Valley last year.
Saguaro running back D.J. Foster and Chaparral wide receiver Davonte Neal ran wild on opposing defenses last year, putting up eye-popping numbers and leading their teams to state championships. It’s doubtful that any skill player will accumulate statistics approaching those marks this year, but Friday nights certainly won’t lack in star power. A host of offensive standouts return to their teams for another year of high school football. Here are five players who will be worth the price of admission this season:
Players to Watch
A potentially crushing interception was in Jeddediah Fagg's past; out of sight but not out of mind.
Basha at Hamilton
A collection of the best individual performances in the East Valley in Week 7:
It was a pivotal game for a pair of teams who came in 4-2 and both facing tough games next week. Perry treated the home crowd to an impressive 24-0 victory over Poston Butte on Thursday night.
Weston Birtcher, Mountain View: He needed only 10 carries to reach 164 yards and two touchdowns in the Toros’ first win of the season.
Williams Field and Phoenix Thunderbird met in a memorable 4A Division II championship game last season, with the Chiefs pulling out a 25-22 overtime win.