Another week, another roundup. As always, thanks to Zach Price of the Blue Collar Club! His coverage is denoted by the of the BCC.

Gatlin Bair

WR – Burley (ID)



The good news is that Gatlin was back in action Friday. Twitter tells me he at least had a 9 yards rushing on a sweep play, but the other stats were elusive in Burley’s loss. While we wait for those, here’s this awesome feature on him from his first game of the season:

Clay Martineau

LB – Oregon City (OR)



Clay’s Pioneers have been rolling to start off the season. In one of the most efficient stat lines I’ve ever seen, Clay had 2 catches for 80 yards and a TD, also returning a fumble for a TD. This is what we need, people.

Cameron Bates

WR – Mansfield Timberview (TX)



Cameron and Mansfield Timberview had a nice little outing this week. He made sure to do a bit of everything, nabbing 4 catches for 53 yards and TD, while also rushing 4 times for 23 yards. Aaaaaand he also attempted a pass. Maybe they’ll start having him do the Kellen Moore pooch punts?

Kaden Anderson

TE – Chandler (AZ)



Another week for Kaden to recover. Unfortunately, he can’t win student of the month again until next month, so we wait.

Trevor McKenna

DL – Borah (ID)



Despite the loss to Owyhee, Trevor continues to wreak havoc in the City of Trees. The (two-way defensive tackle, mind you) tallied up 9 tackles, 2 sacks, and 1 TFL as he continues to build his resume. Can we have him now?

Hayden Hanks

DL – Thompson Falls (MT)



Hayden continues to be the ghost of the countdown. However, he did helpfully provide his Hudl season highlights, and the useful Montana Class B Football page informs me that Thompson Falls crushed Anaconda (High School, I’m assuming) by a score of 46-0. Hayden Hanks, folks.

Martin Connington

K – Mountain View (ID)



Not much for Martin this week, although he was 3/3 on XPs which is always nice.

Treyvon Tolmaire

CB – Mission Viejo (CA)



Mission Viejo traveled across the country to play St. Johns in Washington, DC. The Diablos were not quite ready to face one of the top teams in the DC Metropolitan area, dropping the game 39-17. The team was able to visit Under Armour, as well as some things just as important as Under Armour.

Tyrone Jackson

WR – Archbishop Riordan (CA)



Tyrone Jackson put up a monster game for the Crusaders in their win over St. Ignatius. Jackson caught 8 passes for 130 yards and a score.

He is different, indeed. Looks like he touches his toes for fun on this touchdown grab. Last time I put my shoes on without sitting down I had to buy one of these:

Travis Anderson 

ATH – Mission Viejo (CA)



Having two guys from the same high school in my recap is always nice. Anderson unfortunately suffered the same fate as Tolmaire in their East Coast loss. 

Despite the loss, I am sure there were some memorable experiences from the trip. The team had the opportunity to practice at the University of Maryland and received some words of wisdom from the head coach of the Terps, Mike Locksley. 

Kaleb Annett

QB – Corona Del Mar (CA)



Annett and the Sea Kings pulled off a close 17-15 win against the Trabuco Hills Mustangs. The Senior Quarterback threw for 201 yards and a couple of touchdowns, while also contributing 43 yards on the ground. 

The battery producing both touchdowns for Corona Del Mar were interviewed after the game:

Connor Warkentin

DL – Centennial (CA)



Centennial was off this past weekend as they prep for a home game against Stockdale. Check out Warkentin’s relentless pursuit of the Quarterback (and then check out his midseason highlights). 

There simply has to be another “Jersey Mike’s Player of the Week (JMPOW)” in his future. 

Roman Caywood

ATH – Corner Canyon (UT)



Corner Canyon continues to roll with a 55-12 victory over Riverton. Caywood picked up a couple of tackles in the win.

Eyitayo Omotinugbon

IOL – Queen Creek (AZ)



Tayo and the Bulldogs took home a convincing 36-14 Homecoming win over the Mountain Ridge Mountain Lions (mouthful of mountains). Here is a good look at our big #50 under the lights.