HEAD OF THE CLASS: Peterson accounts for four TDs in Mountain Lions’ romp
Follow the link for some of the top performances for the week of Sept. 8-13.
September 17, 2014 - 5:52 pm
ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
The freshman led wire-to-wire to win the Red Rock Running Invitational, covering the 3.1-mile course in 18 minutes, 32.4 seconds.
The senior running back rushed for 161 yards and had 130 receiving yards, scoring three TDs in a 45-14 win over Desert Oasis.
The junior returned interceptions 35 and 30 yards for touchdowns and had TD runs of 14 and 28 yards in a 64-0 win over Western.
The sophomore scored four goals, including one on a penalty kick, in a 4-2 victory over Cheyenne.
The senior outside hitter had 21 kills and 15 digs as the Mustangs handed Coronado its first loss, 13-25, 25-19, 25-19, 20-25, 15-19.
HEAD OF THE CLASS
AGASSI PREP — Football player Kobe Williams had an 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, scored three rushing TDs and returned an interception for a score in a 56-20 win over Lutheran (Calif.).
ARBOR VIEW — Girls golfer Betsy Branton finished tied for first in a Northwest League match at Highland Falls with a 9-over-par 81. Football player Noah Noce ran for a touchdown, caught a TD pass and had five tackles in a 44-14 win over Canyon Springs.
CANYON SPRINGS — Girls soccer player Karla Ochoa scored off a corner kick in a 2-2 tie with Cimarron-Memorial.
CENTENNIAL — Girls soccer player Emilee Bohls had three assists in a 3-0 win over Eldorado. Boys cross country runner Dajour Braxton won the Red Rock Invitational at Floyd Lamb Park with a time of 15 minutes, 43.2 seconds for three miles.
CLARK — Football player Marquice Stewart returned a kickoff 93 yards for a touchdown, caught six passes for 85 yards, rushed for 27 yards and had five tackles in a 25-13 win over Faith Lutheran.
CORONADO — Girls soccer player Ashley Comandatore had a goal in a victory over Las Vegas and an assist in a win over Green Valley. Boys cross country runner Tristin Sanders placed first in a Southeast League meet at Cornerstone Park.
DESERT OASIS — Girls tennis player Stefanie Parlade won all six of her singles sets in matches against Cimarron-Memorial and Centennial. Football quarterback Qwade Huff rushed for 81 yards and two TDs and passed for 120 yards against Silverado.
ELDORADO — Boys soccer player Eddie Mercado had a total of three goals in two wins.
FAITH LUTHERAN — Girls soccer player Megan Donnelly had three goals and an assist in a 7-3 win over Spring Valley.
MOUNTAIN VIEW — Football player Connor LeBoeuf had an 80-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and a 15-yard TD run and added 138 receiving yards against Village Christian (Calif.). Girls volleyball player Ally Whiting had a total of 21 digs in matches with Adelson School and Pahranagat Valley.
PALO VERDE — Boys tennis player Teijiro Nishimura went 7-0 in singles in matches with Legacy, Durango and Bishop Gorman. Girls tennis player Michaela Jackson was 7-0 in doubles in wins over Legacy, Durango and Bishop Gorman.
QUEST ACADEMY — Football player Klegan Ross ran for three touchdowns, passed for another score and scored on an interception return against Tonopah.
SIERRA VISTA — Girls soccer player Sophia Omidiji had a total of seven goals and an assist in two games.
TECH — Girls volleyball player Christine Sweet had five kills and five blocks against Western and five kills against Cheyenne. Boys cross country runner Garrett Meyer turned in a personal best of 16 minutes, 45.2 seconds over 3.1 miles in the small-school race at the Las Vegas Invitational at Sunset Park.