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Friday Football Fever Wrapup: Week 10

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It's the final week of the season and we'll find out who gets into the playoffs this weekend, but there are plenty of Southern Arizona teams that have work to do as far as seeding goes.

GAME OF THE WEEK

Cienega 41, Mountain View 14

Coach Pat Nugent told News 4 Tucson before the game "As long as 11 is out there, we have a chance." Jamarye Joiner balled out again and Cienega is a perfect 10-0 heading into the 5A playoffs for a second straight season.


Sahuarita 42, Catalina 40

Catalina took 20-0 lead, but Sahuarita came back to get the big win over the Trojans.


Pueblo 56, Amphi 8

Adryan Gonzales had two long touchdown runs as the Pueblo defense played well to get to 8-2 heading into the state playoffs.


Marana 59, Rincon 3

The Tigers got good efforts from pretty much everyone on both ends. Trenton Bourget threw the ball all over the field and Marana is on an 8-game win streak heading into the 5A playoffs.


Benson 43, Willcox 22

Allonzo Highsmith's great coaching couldn't stop the Benson offense, as the Bobcats put up big numbers in a win over the Cowboys.


Walden Grove 14, Catalina Foothills 13

Walden Grove picks up its second impressive win of the season, beating a good Foothills team. The Red Wolves, on the strength of wins over the Falcons and Pueblo have a good shot for a solid seed in the playoffs.


Flowing Wells 67, Cholla 43

Cholla expoded on offense again, but it's hard to win when the other team puts up 67. Flowing Wells finishes the regular season with an impressive showing.


Salpointe 49, Canyon Del Oro 21

A match-up between two of the best running backs in Southern Arizona in Lancer Bijan Robinson and Dorado Elijah Carey ended in a Salpointe blowout. The Lancers are 9-1 heading into the 4A playoffs.


Scores from Around Southern Arizona:

Rio Rico 35, Douglas 22

Sabino 69, Empire 27

Bisbee 56, Tombstone 6

Pusch Ridge 68, Santa Rita 6

Cibola 28, Tucson 15

American Leadership 55, Safford 8

Thatcher 49, Miami 0

Santa Cruz Valley 49, San Manuel 6

Poston Butte 41, Desert View 34

Buena 21, Nogales 14

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