Hang a star on these football players

Rancho Cotate’s Brian Dworkin had a stellar performance vs. Montgomery on Friday night. (Photo by Crista Jeremiason / PD).

This weekend’s highlights? Oh, there were plenty. Here are this past weekend’s stars:

Brian Dworkin, Rancho Cotate…

– Only took him six carries to gain 219 yards in the eye popping 56-18 win over Montgomery. Had touchdown runs of 80 and 90 yards and also threw a 71-yard touchdown pass on the first offensive play of the game to get the rout going. On the 80-yard touchdown run he went over the 3,000 yard rushing mark for his career.

Anthony Poole and Makana Garrigan, Casa Grande…

Yes, the Gauchos lost their first game of the season to Ygnacio Valley, 36-28. Still Poole had eight catches for 122 yards and a touchdown along with an interception. Garrigan caught six balls for 75 yards but that was only part of his game. He also had 248 yards in kick returns including a 50-yard punt return for a score and had a team high 13 tackles on defense, including 10 solo.

Alex Ciudid-real, Montgomery…

Not much to cheer about this week for the Vikings, but Ciudad-real gave them a reason, if only briefly. He rushed for 129 yards on 16 carries and a touchdown. It was the second game in a row he reached the 100-yard mark. He also had a 60-yard punt return for a touchdown.

Carson Seanor, Healdsburg…

Gained 136 yards on 26 carries and a touchdown. Despite that Healdsburg lost its first game of the season to Analy, 16-14. It was the second straight game Seanor rushed for over 100 yards and is over the 700-yard mark on the season.

Davante Scott, Lower Lake…

The quarterback rushed for 127 yards and two touchdowns in a 26-6 win over Cloverdale. One of his touchdowns

was a 26-yard run which gave Lower Lake a 20-6 lead at the half.

Jose Sanchez and Chris Flores, Calistoga…

Both rushed 14 times for over 100 yards in a 49-15 win over Potter Valley. Sanchez rushed for 150 making it four of five games he hit the 100-yard mark this season. The only game he didn’t, he rushed for 99. Flores rushed for 140 and two touchdowns.

David Pike, Middletown…

Had 165 yards rushing and three touchdowns in Middletown’s 42-0 win over Clear Lake. Pike is leading a team that is 4-1 and averaging 45 points a game.