OVERTIME: Week 5 results, highlights and photos - Tucson News Now

OVERTIME: Week 5 results, highlights and photos

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SOUTHERN, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Week 5 of the high school football season featured 19 games involving teams from southern Arizona.

Results are below while photos from the games are available HERE.

WEEK 5 RESULTS

Friday, Sept. 22

Pusch Ridge 22, Catalina Foothills 20

Walden Grove 59, Amphi 0

Marana 55, CDO 20

Sahuaro 42, Cholla 35

Buena 42, Douglas 7

Deming, N.M. 32, Flowing Wells 14

Queen Creek 35, Ironwood Ridge 28

Rincon 31, Palo Verde 21

Mountain View 27, Poston Butte 21

Nogales 42, Rio Rico 6

Sabino 63, Santa Rita 0

Empire 42, Sahuarita 22

Salpointe 42, Pueblo 0

San Manuel 78, Tombstone 13

Scottsdale Christian 43, Bisbee 6

Desert View 10, Sunnyside 7

Catalina 21, Tanque Verde 7

Cienega 51, Tucson 17

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