November 6, 2013
Friday Night Lights Rewind: Week 10 for Cal's commits
A few Cal commits lead their teams to league titles, others prepare for a playoff run, and Cal's two running back commits continue their ridiculous tear... this week in our Friday night Lights Rewind.
Vic Enwere, Running Back (Fort Bend Austin-Sugarland, TX)
Vic is short for either Vicious or Victory, apparently. Enwere absolutely went off in a 68-28 win over hapless Fort Bend Clements on Friday night, rushing for 333 yards and an insane SEVEN touchdowns. An 8th score was nullified thanks to a penalty, poor guy. The win clinched a playoff berth for Fort Bend Austin, with a regular season finale against 8-1 Elkins still to come this Friday. Austin has won three in a row and their record now stands at 4-5 overall, but a solid 4-2 in District play. On the season, Enwere has tallied 1,818 all-purpose yards and 24 touchdowns... all while never fumbling the ball.
Tre Watson, Running Back (Centennial-Corona, CA)
It's a testament to the kind of season Tre Watson has put together when a 300-plus yard rushing effort starts feeling like just another day at the office. In a crosstown rivalry matchup with Corona Santiago Friday night, Watson rushed 33 times for 312 yards and four touchdowns. Centennial cruised to a 52-24 win. Watson broke, nay... shattered, the 2,000 yard rushing mark for the season on Friday night. He now has 2,271 yards and 34 touchdowns on the year, averaging just under 10 yards per carry. The Huskies sit at 7-2 overall with a perfect 4-0 league record. Centennial hosts Corona this Thursday in their regular-season finale.
[db]Luke Rubenzer, Quarterback (Saguaro High-Scottsdale, AZ)
Rubenzer and the Saguaro Sabercats prevailed once again in a hard-fought 49-36 road win over Division II's Marcos de Niza on Friday night. And as per usual, Rubenzer punished the Padres in all facets of the game as he passed for...
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