Former Cholla High/UA standout went to Spurs at No. 3 in 1989.
Cholla topped Sierra Vista Buena 64-49 on Saturday.
Chargers are 22-1 thanks to African-born trio, dynamic coach.
At Cholla, the Colts (6-2) scored on offense, defense and special teams to blow out the Chargers (0-8).
At Sunnyside, the Blue Devils (5-2) blocked two Cholla (0-7) punts in the first quarter that led to touchdowns, giving them a 14-0 lead. The Blue Devils did not play their best game but overcame 13 penalties to win their fifth game.
At Cholla, the Jaguars (2-4) won a contest of big plays against the Chargers (0-6).
At Cholla, Sahuarita (5-0) broke away from Cholla (0-5) in the second half after an close first half (Sahuarita led 7-6 at halftime). Sahuarita QB Josh Lee threw for a TD and ran for one in the second half.
At Ironwood Ridge, the Nighthawks (4-0) remained undefeated by scoring nine touchdowns against Cholla (0-4). QB Tyler Williams connected with Jake Matthews for three TDs, and Julian Figueroa returned a fumble for a 42-0 lead by halftime.
At Flowing Wells, the Caballeros (2-1) dominated Cholla (0-3) behind an aggressive defensive front that was routinely putting pressure on junior quarterback Martin Osuna. Flowing Wells' offense was steady, scoring in each quarter.
At Tucson High School, the Chargers (0-2) could not handle the Warriors' (1-1) big plays. Cholla outgained Pueblo 223-197, but the Warriors scored on plays off 55, 76 and 59 yards to beat the Chargers.
Laurence Ruhf spells his name with a pair of U's, which I suppose stands for underdog, twice.