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Higley Football Summer Program May 31st -July 22nd , 2016

Grades 10 – 12

FEE:$100

Days: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 7:30-10:30am

Linemen Workouts – Tuesday evenings 5-7:30pm June 7th -July 19th (No Workout July 5th)

Fee: $100 – includes passing league and Linemen Challenges at Higley HS, Campo Verde HS, ASU, U of A, Surprise

You can make a full payment anytime online before May 27th .

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…Scoreboards are spinning under the Friday night lights, too. A generation ago, Texas, the center of prep football culture, was home to lots of low-scoring defensive struggles. Check out Texas 5A final scores from this past Friday. Vista Ridge 56, Vandegrift 52 was not an outlier. And in a Friday night final from Arizona: Higley High 95, Apache Junction High 75…

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Rockin’ Refuel Varsity’s Jared Cohen and Jason Jewell, talk about Crossland’s “crazy video game, Madden type statics in their [Higley] win.”

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(Go to 2:40 to see story on Crossland)

AZPreps365 kicks off weekly radio show with “the biggest story in the Valley” and short recap of Friday night’s game.  Later in the show they introduce Higley’s very own Coach Zubey.  Watch and listen to the whole show.

 You can go straight to Coach Zubey at 25:12.

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State records are smashed left and right, quarterbacks account for 19 touchdowns as Higley outlasts Apache Junction 95-75.

Arizona state records were smashed, referees huffed and puffed and the winning team gave up 75 points.

There was a little bit of every – except perhaps defense – when Higley (Gilbert, Ariz.) defeated Apache Junction (Ariz.) 95-75 Friday night in a contest that lasted 3 hours and 37 minutes. And it didn’t even go into overtime.

According to this terrific report by Jose Garcia of aia365.com, Higley quarterback Mason Crossland completed 23 of 31 passes for 638 yards and a state 4A record nine touchdowns as the two teams combined for more than 1,600 yards of offense and 73 first downs.

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95-75.

It wasn’t a basketball score.

It was a football score.

And it is not a misprint.

We don’t know if Higley and Apache Junction were on fall break this week, but their defenses sure were. When reached by phone late Friday night, Higley coach Eddy Zubey was questioning whether his team really won despite giving up 75 points.

“I’m happy,” he said. “I’m offensive line coach also, and the offensive coaches are happy. But the defensive coaches want to stick hot needles in their eyes. They are bummed.”

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Gilbert Higley and Apache Junction combined for 170 points Friday night, which is believed to be an Arizona high school football record for 11-man football.

Higley’s point total in its 95-75 victory isn’t even a state record, however.

Four teams in state history have scored at least 100 points: Mesa Westwood, during quarterback Danny White’s senior season in 1969, beat Yuma Kofa 100-6 in 5A (highest classification); Page defeated Monument Valley 102-0 in a 3A game in 1974; Scottsdale downed Salt River 113-0 in a 2A game in 1940; and Seligman beat Canyon State Academy 116-108 in an 8-man game in 2004.

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It shouldn’t come as any surprise that a Higley quarterback is among the state’s statistical leaders in most passing categories. After all, the Knights run one of the more prolific offenses, led by a great quarterback and some dynamic receivers.

What is a surprise, and a pleasant one, is the development and performance of sophomore Mason Crossland, who took over the Knights offense when highly touted junior QB Tyler Bloom suffered a season-ending knee injury in week one.

Crossland, a 5’7” 140 pound sophomore, has shown he is big enough to fill the void left by the 6’5” Bloom.

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