Lamont Afuvai (Franklin Pierce, Tacoma, WA): Rushed for 161 yards on 13 carries and 2 TDs (12, 8) in a 42-7 victory over Sumner. Sumner running back Manny Launiuvau had 10 carries for 145 yards and a long of 45 yards.
Sonny Aumoeualogo (Fife HS, WA): Rushed 22 times for 192 yards and 2 TDs in a 35-6 win over Mount Vernon.
Pono Huihui DL, 6'1, 250, Jr (Del Sol HS, Las Vegas, NV): Had 3 tackles, a fumble recovery and 3 sacks in a win over Liberty.
Loka Kanongataa (Bellevue HS, WA): returned the opening kickoff 99 yards for a TD and also scored on a 28-yard fumble return as the top-ranked Wolverines (5-0, 5-0) took a 54-0 lead by halftime and cruised past the Saints (0-5, 0-4).
Tonata Lauti (Highland, Salt Lake City, UT): Ran for 13o yards and two touchdowns on just seven carries.
Salemale Lauvao (West HS, Anchorage, AK): Senior running back (transfer from Kea'au HS on the Island of Hawai'i) had 98 rushing yards on 18 tries, including an 18 yard TD run. Lauvao also had 4 catches for 30 yards.
Finau Lomu (Cottonwood HS, Salt Lake City, UT): Had 4 TDs in a win over Magna HS 40-21. Two on Receptions, one on a 92 yard kickoff return, and another on a 70 yard punt return.
Paul Palu (West Seattle, WA): Wide Receiver had a 68 yard touchdown helping West Seattle defeat Ingraham 20-7. Finished with 3 receptions for 78 yards.
Roman Tinitali-Pula (Lincoln, Tacoma, WA): Roman Tinatali-Pula had another huge game, rushing for 218 yards and four touchdowns as the Abes bounced back from a loss at South Kitsap and hammered the Falcons, 41-0. Tinatali-Pula, who carried the ball 18 times, scored another touchdown on a 70-yard punt return.
Tobias Togi (Evergreen HS, Seattle, WA): Ran for 2 TDs (20,25) on 9 carries for 99 yards in a 54-6 win over Mount Rainier. Nuve Kongaika capped the scoring with a 26 yard TD run in the 4th quarter.
Tyler Tuiasosopo (Mariner HS, Everett, WA): The junior quarterback sent the game into overtime on a touchdown pass with 10 seconds left, then ran for the winning score as Mariner beat Snohomish 27-21 in a nonconference game at Memorial Stadium. Tuiasosopo, the younger brother of Washington football player Trenton Tuiasosopo and a cousin of the famed Woodinville Tuiasosopo family, was 8-for-15 passing for 122 yards, with two touchdown passes and one interception.