The Bee's Bill Paterson highlights ten performances from this weekend's high school football games:
Kevin Blueford, Inderkum: Had 17 tackles and forced a fumble in the Tigers' 42-28 win over Pleasant Grove.
Devin Eldridge, Center: Scored three touchdowns and had three interceptions in the Cougars' 63-0 win over Natomas.
Robert Frazier, Elk Grove: Rushed for two touchdowns and returned an interception for a touchdown in the Thundering Herd's 54-6 win over Sheldon.
Christian Garcia, Mesa Verde: Rushed for 182 yards and a touchdown on 38 carries in the Mavericks' 60-7 loss to El Camino.
Keenan Hunt, Rio Linda: Had five tackles, two interceptions and a blocked field- goal attempt in the Knights' 35-0 win over Foothill.
Quinton Kirk, Capital Christian: Rushed for 178 yards and three touchdowns on 17 carries, had six tackles and a sack in the Cougars' 48-9 win over McClatchy.
Harry Kozlowski, Vista del Lago: Caught five passes for 101 yards and two touchdowns and had two interceptions in the Eagles' 63-35 win over Bradshaw Christian.
Stephen Nogosek, Woodcreek: Completed 19 of 29 passes for 265 yards and four touchdowns in the Timberwolves' 39-36 loss to Antelope.
Sterling Powell, Monterey Trail: Rushed for 106 yards, had 70 receiving yards, three touchdowns and 12 tackles in the Mustangs' 55-14 win over Florin.
Cameron Woodside, Valley Christian: Rushed for three touchdowns and threw a 27-yard scoring pass to Teagan Mowry in the Lions' 40-6 win over Delta.
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