Phenoms Week 5

QB David Sommers of Holy Family

With the season at the midway point top players and teams emerge.

p>QB Gabe Peterson of Arapahoe was beyond solid in a 49-28 win over Columbine going 12 of 16 for 202 yards and three scores. Most important was Peterson not throwing an interception and letting the Rebels back into the game.

Anders Hill of Fairview found five different receivers for 389 yards in a 43-18 win against Ralston Valley. For the past three weeks Hill has thrown for over 300 yards in each game and currently has 1,300 total pass yards for his 4-0 squad.

One of Colorado's overlooked players, Angelo Youngren of Montrose, a 2014 RB, rushed for 220 yards pacing his Indians to a 39-35 upset, road win against 4A #1` and defending state champ Monarch.

Xavier Lindberg rushed for 168 yards as part of Frederick's upset over Silver Creek.

Junior RB Chukwuma Oninnah of Grandview, in his season debut, rushed for 180 and three scores helping Grandview beat Eaglecrest 35-14.

In one of the biggest performances of the weekend David Sommers posted nearly 450 yards of offense and had a hand in six scores as Holy Family defeated Berthoud 48-20 Friday night.

Junior running back Quincy Kindred's 245 yards in a 51-50 win over Canon City pushed Kindred over the 1,000 yard mark and helped keep Pueblo Centennial unbeaten on the season.

Christian McCaffrey had his standard performance rushing for 196 yards and three scores on eleven carries and catching a TD pass as Valor handled Fountain-Fort Carson 40-0 Friday night. Also making the great seem normal, Kalen Ballage of unbeaten Falcon rushed for 208 yards and three scores in a win over Sand Creek this week.

Loveland remained unbeaten defeating Niwot behind multiple big plays from senior RB Ryan McCloughan who went on scoring sprints of 77 and 99 yards in a 48-20 win.

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