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Arizona State tight end Trevor Kohl fumbles as he is tackled by UCLA's Akeen Ayers in the first half in Pasadena, Calif. Nov. 21, 2009.
Gilbert Mesquite celebrated its homecoming Friday night by treating Wildcats fans to a 55-0 romp over San Luis in a 5A nonregion game.
Outlook: Mesquite has won the games it was supposed to thus far (North and San Luis). Notching a win over a favored opponent is essential before the rigors of Fiesta Region play set in Oct. 6.
Gilbert High’s Brad Mason booted a 40-yard field goal with less than five seconds remaining in the game to give the Tigers a 15-14 victory over host Gilbert Mesquite in a 5A-I Fiesta Region game Friday night.
In a game featuring pinball-like scoring, Gilbert Mesquite running back Lukas Scott impersonated the ball, bouncing off defenders and creating havoc for Gilbert Highland.
Here come the hires.
Once off the field, after the final whistle has blown, the mind of a football player turns to many things. The thrill of a victory or the hurt of a loss. The next week's game and what must improve. But for some, the big picture is most visible after each and every game.
All the accolades wouldn’t have mattered much without the ring. Scottsdale Saguaro quarterback Tim Ruben hit the elusive 2,000-yard rushing, 2,000-yard passing milestone in the third quarter of the 4A-I championship game against Tucson Canyon del Oro on Dec. 8, but it was the furthest thing from his mind one quarter later.
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