Martin Connington out and Dylan Riley is in for this double feature! Welcome back everyone, let’s catch you up.

Weekly (or I guess biweekly) reminder that this is co-written with Zach Price of the Blue Collar Club! His coverage is denoted by the of the BCC.

Kaden Anderson

TE – Chandler (AZ)




Travis Anderson 

ATH – Mission Viejo (CA)



Last Last Week:

Despite their loss to San Clemente, the Diablos secondary was quite frankly…second to none. Anderson did his part in breaking up one of San Clemente’s 9 incompletions, while also picking up 13 total tackles. Probably not ideal when DB needs to make that many tackles, but it sure is nice to know he’s familiar with taking down big time running backs. 

Mission Viejo wore uniforms to recognize first responders – including the father of Travis Anderson. Here is an article the Orange County Register published that highlights Anderson and his father. 

Last Week:

Anderson had himself quite a day in Mission Viejo’s win. Anderson led the team in Tackles for Loss (2) and finished second in total tackles (12). Bronco commits in the Diablos secondary combined for 16 total tackles and an interception – busy day at the office! 

Kaleb Annett

QB – Corona Del Mar (CA)



Last Last Week:

I imagine there have been better days to be Sea King…(maybe the opening of Atlantis?). Corona Del Mar fell to Los Alamitos by a score of 69-14 (not nice). 

Annett did throw a touchdown in the first half which can be seen here. 

Last Week:

Corona Del Mar dropped a close one to Newport Harbor (21-20). Annett threw three touchdowns on the day – including this second quarter beauty. Looked absolutely effortless!

Some of our most cordial fans are starting to see the future a bit! 

Gatlin Bair

WR – Burley (ID)



Gatlin took no prisoners the last two weeks. In a massacre of Jerome, he threw one pass for 31 yards, had 3 carries for 28 yards (3 TDs), had 8 catches for 130 yards (1 TD), and yeah, there’s more. 8 Tackles, 4 TFL, and 3 sacks in Burley’s 33-20 win over Jerome. The following weekend he had 3 carries for 69 yards ,and 5 catches for 74 yards (TD info not available but I’m guess he had at least 3) in a 32-23 win over Canyon Ridge. That’s big boy football, ladies and gents.

Aaaand If you were looking for reasons to dislike Oregon, here’s another one:

Cameron Bates

WR – Mansfield Timberview (TX)



Clearly Mr. Bates can do it all these days, taking 3 rushes for 67 yards and two scores against Molina HS. I couldn’t find individual stats but the next week Mansfield Timberview DEMOLISHED Sunset high by a score of 90-0, so you’d think Cam got on the scoring sheet there.

Roman Caywood

ATH – Corner Canyon (UT)



The number #19 team in the country continued cleaning up the state of Utah. Caywood got some action on offense with a 19 yard TD catch to go with 5 tackles, 2 TFL, and 1 sack in a 45-24 win over Herriman HS. Looks like we got a gooood one.

Hayden Hanks

DL – Thompson Falls (MT)



In his last two outings of the year, Hayden nabbed 5 tackles in a 43-12 loss to Florence-Carlton, but then had 4 tackles, 3 TFL, and 2 sacks to put an exclamation mark on the season in a 21-12 W against Whitehall/Harrsion (I guess it’s both of them?) Hayden is such an interesting guy to watch going forward from such a small area, but I really see him as an OKG.

Tyrone Jackson

WR – Archbishop Riordan (CA)



Last Last Week:

It was Senior Day for the Archbishop Riordan Crusaders as they beat Archbishop Mitty 56-42. Jackson did not accumulate any stats this week. Probably got tired of scoring a touchdown every week. 

Last Week:

It was a humbling day for Jackson and the Crusaders as they fell to Serra by a score of 53-7. Archbishop Riordan looks to regroup on the road against St. Francis this week.

Clay Martineau

LB – Oregon City (OR)



Despite Oregon City losing to Lakeridge 27-7, it was anyone’s fault but Clay. No defensive stats, but he finished with 9 catches for 110 yards and a tuddie in the effort. Gotta love that from a guy like him.

Trevor McKenna

DL – Borah (ID)



Trevor’s Lions lost two tough ones, 43-21 to Eagle, and 19-28 to Middleton. Even so, Trevor is gunning for the top spot for tackles in at least the last decade (as far back as their fancy spreadsheet they gave me goes) with an absurd 162 tackles his 3-year career. They play Rocky Mountain in the playoffs tonight for a shot at keeping his season going.

Dylan Riley

RB – Rancho Verde (CA)



New kid on the block!

Dylan Riley is a speedster that is bound to feast with this Bronco O-line. Check out the Hudl and that beautiful graphic on his commitment tweet.

Treyvon Tolmaire

CB – Mission Viejo (CA)



Last Last Week:

In a highly anticipated matchup with San Clemente, Tolmaire and the Diablos fell 20-10. Tolmaire and the Mission Viejo secondary held San Clemente to 19 total passing yards and an astonishing 18% completion rate. Tolmaire racked up a couple of tackles and a couple of passes defended. 

A couple of weekends ago Tolmaire made his Official Visit to Boise State. Check out some of his photos from his time at home! 

Last Week:

Mission Viejo got back on track with a 36-0 win over Tesoro. Tolmaire picked up 4 tackles  and an interception on defense and returned a kick for 20 yards on special teams. The Diablos close out their regular season on Friday against Capistrano Valley (7-2)

Connor Warkentin

DL – Centennial (CA)



Last Last week:

Warkentin and the Golden Hawks didn’t put up much of a fight in a 30-7 loss to Liberty. Centennial did not post stats for the game. As someone who didn’t do any housework while the girlfriend was gone for the weekend – sometimes it is best to stay silent. 

Last Week:

Centennial lost a close one, 10-6, against Garces Memorial. The Centennial staff absolutely hates posting stats after a loss. If someone has tips on bullying a high school athletic department, please let me know.

Eyitayo Omotinugbon

IOL – Queen Creek (AZ)



Last Last Week:

Tayo and the Bulldogs were off this week. Check out some pics from his Official Visit! He looks every bit the part. 

Last Week:

Tayo and Queen Creek took it to Red Mountain in their 45-21 win. Tayo and the Bulldog bruisers on the line opened up their teammates for 155 yards on the ground and 211 more through the air. 

Always nice to get a scoreboard pic!