Matt Bushman has always been a multisport athlete. He’s always seemingly on the field, on the court or in the weight room.
Sabino's Matt Bushman is taken down by two Nogales defenders in the Division III playoffs last year. Sabino's loss to Nogales has been Bushman's offseason motivation.
Over the next two days, we will feature our picks of Southern Arizona's top preseason high school football players.
Over the next 21 days, we will feature our picks of Southern Arizona's top preseason high school football players.
Sabino's Chance Stephens had Sahuaro players seeing red when he intercepted two passes in the fourth quarter and returned each one more than 30 yards for a touchdown.
Sabino's swarming defense - taking down Jose Ruiz here - held Sahuaro to 1 rushing yard and forced five turnovers.
The Sabino defense thought it had a good idea of what was coming if it could take away Sahuaro's running game on the road in Friday's season finale.
At Sabino's homecoming, the Sabercats (9-0) took care of business, pounding the Amphi Panthers (1-8) and posting their fifth shutout of the season.
At Sabino, the Sabercats (7-0) recorded their third shutout of the season and scored nine touchdowns against the Ravens (5-2).
At Rincon/University, Sabino (6-0) scored eight touchdowns and shut out the Rangers (4-2) to remain undefeated.
At Catalina, the Sabercats (5-0) turned in another dominating effort, scoring five touchdowns on offense, three on defense and one on special teams against the Trojans (2-3). Sabino led 49-3 at halftime.
Sabino's Matt Brindley returns an interception for a touchdown in the third quarter. Teammate Lukas Miller makes sure Brindley crosses the goal line.
Marcus Edwards of the Sabercats couldn't be happier after his fumble recovery in the third quarter at Sabino High School.
Sabino's Adrian Ramos zeros in on Sunnyside quarterback Christian Oropeza during the first quarter. Ramos corralled Oropeza for a sack.
Things were looking up for Sunnyside football.