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The regular season came to an end Friday night for both Gilbert and Dobson, but that ending was a little sweeter for the Tigers, who came from behind to take down the Mustangs 25-21.
Chandler and Gilbert both came out firing on Friday. Gilbert, however, couldn’t keep up with the Wolves higher-powered offense. A lost snap on the first drive of the game was Chandler’s only turnover, as it cruised to a 49-24 victory over Gilbert.
Despite injuries and a slow start, Desert Ridge pulled off a 38-14 win against Mesa on Friday. To start the game Desert Ridge (7-1) took the ball from Mesa with a squib kick that the Jackrabbits couldn’t cover. The Jaguars would then get on the board on their first play with a 35-yard run by running back JJ Husar.
Marcos de Niza took down Gilbert 49-7 Friday in a game that was seemingly decided just minutes in.
Turnovers hampered Westwood in its homecoming matchup against Mesa on Friday, as the Jackrabbits took down the Warriors, 24-7, behind a strong run game and a big-play defense.
Mesa and Dobson battled Friday for a chance to turn each school's respective seasons around while reviving a cross-town rivalry, and it only intensified after Dobson came from behind in a 14-7 victory over the Jackrabbits, thanks to some late-game heroics and a tough defense.
Seton Catholic was playing Friday night without starting quarterback Ryan Bresnahan, who broke a bone in his hand last week, but it seemed to have little impact on the outcome. The Sentinels took down San Tan Foothills 63-7, carrying a shutout late in to the fourth quarter.
It took Mountain View until the second quarter to find a spark in their offense, but once it did, Skyline couldn't answer.
Tempe Prep shut out Valley Christian for the third year in a row.
Both teams led by first-year coaches, Dobson and Westwood entered Friday with plenty of question marks.