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Defense forces a turnover. Mason Thorman hits Drake Pierre for a touchdown pass. Red Mountain followed that formula multiple times in a dominant second quarter to defeat Mesa High 35-14 on Friday.
Red Mountain receiver Drake Pierre tries to avoid a pair of Highland defenders after a reception during the fourth quarter of their football game on Friday, Oct. 26, 2012 in Gilbert. [Ralph Freso/Special to Tribune]
Red Mountain receiver Drake Pierre hauls in a 46 yard touchdown pass against Brophy during the first quarter of their football game on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012 in Phoenix. [Ralph Freso/For the Tribune]
Red Mountain receiver Drake Pierre (No. 11) beats Brophy defensive back Jordan Robinson to the end zone on a 46-yard touchdown pass during the first quarter of their football game on Sept. 7. Red Mountain has raced out to a 5-0 start thanks to the emergence of receiver Drake Pierre, who already has 32 catches for 693 yards and 10 touchdowns through five games.
Red MountainÕs Drake Pierre canÕt quite come up with a pass during the loss to Desert Ridge, Friday, Sept. 28, 2012 at Desert Ridge High School. [Brant Clinard/ Special to Tribune]
Gilbert free safety Andrew Astorga tackles Red Mountain's wide receiver Drake Pierre after he catches the ball for a long gain, Sept., 21, 2012 in Mesa. [Brant Clinard/ Special to Tribune]
Mesquite’s Karai Keil tries to haul in a pass against Red Mountain’s Drake Pierre during their game on September 2. Mesquite is 3-5 this year but has the top-rated strength of schedule in Division I and still has a chance to reach the postseason.
Red Mountain receiver Drake Pierre is wrestled down by Highland defensive back Cole McEuen after a catch during the first quarter of their football game on Friday, Oct. 26, 2012 in Gilbert. [Ralph Freso/Special to Tribune]
Red Mountain receiver Drake Pierre #11 is hit by Brophy linebacker Conner Martinez #40 on a screen pass during the third quarter of their football game on Friday, Sept. 7, 2012 in Phoenix. [Ralph Freso/For the Tribune]
Red Mountain receiver Drake Pieree #11 is hit by Highland defenders Chip White #82 and Blake Murphy #27 after a reception during the second quarter of their football game on Friday, Oct. 26, 2012 in Gilbert. [Ralph Freso/Special to Tribune]
Jalen Brown, Mountain Pointe: The defensive back had an interception, a fumble recovery late that turned the tide in the Pride’s win over Hamilton and had five catches for 52 yards on offense.
Incredibly, this football regular season is halfway done. Here is a look at the notable teams, players and moments from the first five weeks of 2012:
One game is in the books, and Red Mountain still has no idea if it has a viable replacement for graduated star Marcus Brantley in the backfield.
Welcome to the big time, Red Mountain.
There was the usual residue a bad loss left behind, but Red Mountain won't panic, re-invent its wheels or other extremes.
Earlier this week, Red Mountain football coach Ron Wisniewski spent time downplaying Friday’s matchup with Brophy, the top-ranked team in the state and one of the favorites to win the Division I title.
At this rate, the Red Mountain football record books will be littered with Mason Thorman's name inside.
A collection of the best individual performances from Week 4 in the East Valley:
Red Mountain at Desert Ridge
The Gilbert district schools have had its moments this season, notably Desert Ridge and Highland’s early season successes.
Red Mountain Lions
January 25, 2005
Fifth-seeded Red Mountain routed 12th-seeded Buena 45-6 in the first round of the Division I playoffs on Friday.
Clarence Clark called it being on a team.
The wild, wacky, unpredictable start to the 2012 football season continued on Friday night, as two more of the preseason favorites in Division I went down. Fifth-ranked Red Mountain knocked off No. 1 Brophy behind a late, fourth-down touchdown pass, while No. 3 Mountain Pointe knocked off second-ranked and defending champion Desert Vista by holding the Thunder scoreless in the second half.