At Cienega, the Bobcats (8-2) jumped out to an early 22-0 lead via the air and cruised to an easy win over the Bulldogs (1-9), setting up a possible home game in the first round of the Division II state playoffs. Cienega racked up 426 yards of offense.
At Palo Verde, the Rangers (6-4) jumped out to a 28-0 lead in the first quarter on the strength of their running game. Rincon/University gained 242 yards on the ground, with four different players scoring rushing TDs.
Safety Adam Hall is "not part of the program" anymore, coach Rich Rodriguez said Thursday, effectively ending the Tucsonan's career with the Arizona Wildcats.
At Sahuaro, the Cougars (5-2) dominated on defense and were balanced on offense in a shutout of the Titans (2-5). Sahuaro had three defensive TDs and scored on every offensive possession except its last, when it took a knee.
At Nogales, the Apaches (5-0) jumped to a 22-0 lead after the first quarter and never looked back. Brian McCarty and Alan Garcia combined for 213 rushing yards and each had two rushing TDs. Nogales earned its third shutout of the season, holding the Titans (1-4) to 70 total yards.
At Santa Rita, the Eagles' defense forced seven turnovers as Santa Rita (2-2) shut out the Titans (1-4). In the first quarter, Elijah Anderson sparked the Eagles with two touchdowns and 178 all-purpose yards as Santa Rita took a 19-0 lead.
At Palo Verde, Sabino (3-0) scored five of its 10 touchdowns in the first quarter of its shutout of the Titans (1-2).
At Palo Verde, junior quarterback Marquise Moore threw for four touchdown passes and the Trojans (1-1) equaled their win total from 2011. Catalina scored 38 points in the second quarter to pull away from the Titans (1-1) after a scoreless first quarter.