OVERTIME: Week 6 high school football results, photos and highlights

OVERTIME: Week 6 high school football results, photos and highlights

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - It’s a great week to be a high school football fan.

Week 6 featured 11 games in the Tucson area, including several high-profile match-ups.

No game was bigger than the KOLD Overtime Game of the Week -- Tucson High at Salpointe Catholic.

The Lancers (5-0), hoping to get back to the Conference 4A title game, won 27-3 and handed the Badgers (5-1) their first loss of the season.

WEEK 6 RESULTS

Friday, Sept. 21

Canyon Del Oro 35, Prescott High 23

Benson 61, Heritage Academy-Laveen 0

Morenci 64, Bisbee 20

Apollo 43, Buena 42

Coolidge 39, Catalina 20

Catalina Foothills 31, Pueblo 12

Cienega 38, Mountain View 21

Ironwood Ridge 49, Desert View 14

Douglas 7, Silver City, N.M. 3

Empire 37, Nogales 18

Sabino 21, Ben Franklin 14

Sahuarita 43, San Tan Foothills 6

Vive La France!

OVERTIME SIDELINES: Get out your Phrygian caps and berets and fly the tricolor! Here's some of the halftime show from the Catalina Foothills band -- "Postcards From Paris." And we included some of the warmup, too! #koldOT #ViveLaFrance

Posted by Tucson News Now on Friday, September 21, 2018

Sahuaro 48, Sunnyside 0

Salpointe Catholic 27, Tucson 3

San Manuel 48, Santa Rita 28

Tanque Verde 35, Arizona College Prep 28

Pima 52, Tombstone 25

Glendale High 35, Walden Grove 14

Arizona Lutheran 44, Willcox 12

Rincon/University 51, Palo Verde 45

FRIDAY NIGHT LIT

Every Friday, we take a look back at the top performers from the previous week. The best of the best from Week 5 were:

  • Walden Grove quarterback Alex Lopez, who had five touchdowns and 310 yards passing and a touchdown on the ground.
  • Flowing Wells had three running backs break the century mark while picking up 462 yards and seven touchdown on the ground.
  • Canyon del Oro’s Zach Eidenschink and Dylan Zamarano connected on a 50-yard touchdown pass.
Friday Night LIT: Week 5

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