Sunday, October 7, 2012
High school highlights -- Oct. 7
By Mason Kelley
Recapping the weekend's prime-time performances from Washington's 2013 recruiting class:
Big Elijah Qualls continues to make an impact on both sides of the ball, with 108 yards of total offense and seven tackles on Friday.
Cameron Van Winkle (Snoqualmie, Wash./Mount Si): The kicker set Washington's career field goals mark, hitting his 34th during a 51-0 victory over Kirkland (Wash.) Lake Washington. The 30-yard kick pushed him past Washington State kicker Andrew Furney, who previously held the record during his high school career at Burlington-Edison (Wash.). Van Winkle also made all six of his extra-point attempts.
Troy Williams (Harbor City, Calif./Narbonne): Narbonne had to rally in the second half to knock off Carson (Calif.), 26-20. Williams threw three touchdown passes in the win -- 21, 14 and 69 yards -- and completed 9 of 13 passes for 178 yards.
Elijah Qualls (Petaluma, Calif./Casa Grande): It wouldn't be a Casa Grande win without Qualls contributing on both sides of the ball. The senior helped the Gauchos knock off Santa Rosa (Calif.) Maria Carillo, 35-10, finishing with 17 carries for 86 yards, one catch for 22 yards and seven tackles.
Marcus Farria (Peoria, Ariz./Centennial): The defensive end made his first start of the season during a 55-0 win over Glendale (Ariz.) Deer Valley. The senior also served as an extra blocker in goal-line situations.
Lavon Coleman (Lompoc, Calif./Lompoc): The running back missed another game with a thigh injury, but the Braves continued to roll, knocking off Templeton (Calif.), 42-3.
Jaimie Bryant (Tumwater, Wash./Tumwater): Bryant, a defensive tackle, also spent some time at fullback, scoring a 2-yard touchdown during a 28-12 win over Lacey (Wash.) North Thurston.