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James Contes is a good student with plenty of academic college options, but nothing yet for football.
The annual Tempe All City Banquet is being held on Monday.
All-Tribune First Team Offense
Going into the playoffs, teams like to be playing well and firing on all cylinders. Hamilton accomplished that goal with a 52-7 rout of Corona del Sol in Friday night's regular-season finale.
Since this is high school football, it figures it was about the math.
A collection of standout performances in Week 8:
A game that appeared to be turning into a classic shootout turned into a relatively comfortable 52-35 Chandler win over visiting Corona del Sol on Friday night.
Wesley Payne, #5 of Mountain Pointe, pushes James Conte, #21 of Corona, out of bounds during the football game between Corona and Mountain Pointe at Corona on Friday, Oct. 5, 2012.
A collection of the top individual performances from Week 6 in the East Valley:
Timely defense and a steady running attack were the key ingredients for Corona del Sol’s 48-7 victory over visiting Cibola.
Lorenzo Melvin, #10 of Desert Vista, and Sam Hartman, #62 of Desert Vista, tackle James Contes, #21 of Corona, during the football game between Desert Vista and Corona at DV on Friday, Sept. 22, 2012.
It wasn't always pretty, but Corona del Sol jumped ahead early and didn't look back in a 34-13 defeat of visiting Dobson in a Divsion I game Friday night.
Corona del Sol running back James Contes #21 is up-ended by Westwood defensive back Ty Dale #15 during the first quarter of their football game on Friday, August 31, 2012 in Mesa. [Ralph Freso/For the Tribune]
Four, five or six yards. Like clockwork.
You wouldn't know by watching him, especially during Friday night's season opener at Corona del Sol, but Nate Phillips said the game has slowed down for him.
Tom Joseph did not want to stand idly by as the Corona del Sol football team's playoff chances went up in smoke.
Mesquite linebacker Kody Kohl ,right, tackles Corona del Sol wide receiver James Contes, left, in the backfield for a loss of yardage in the first quarter of a football game at Corona del Sol High in Tempe.[Paul Connors/For the Tribune]
Corona del Sol's James Contes, right, fumbles the ball as he is hit by Chandler's Paul Perkins, left, in the first quarter of a football game at Corona del Sol High in Tempe. [Paul Connors/For the Tribune]
Corona del Sol wide receiver James Contes, right, breaks away from Chandler's Jordan Hoyt, center, who is blocked by Corona del Sol's Kyle Niemtschk, left, in the second quarter of a football game at Corona del Sol High in Tempe. [Paul Connors/For the Tribune]
Score quick. And hold.
Here are some of the East Valley's best performances from Week 6:
By Edward Carifio
Desert Vista's Mike Arredondo sticks Corona's James Contes right between the numbers during their game at Corona del Sol High School. Darryl Webb/AFN
Corona's James Contes follows his blockers during their game against Desert Vista. Darryl Webb/AFN
Anchored by lines — both offensive and defensive — that bullied, bruised and blocked their way past Dobson, Corona del Sol played smash-mouth football for a 33-6 victory Friday night in a game shortened by lightning.