2019 Record:  9 - 2

AIA:  #8

MAXPREPS:  #12

Aug 30   at Thunderbird         W

Sep 6     vs. Carl Hayden        W

Sep 13    vs. Cortez                  W

Sep 20    at Mingus                  W

Sep 27    at Bradshaw Mtn     W

Oct 4      vs. Prescott                 W

Oct 10     at Mohave                 W

Oct 18     vs. Lee Williams      W

Oct 25     vs. Cactus                  L

Nov 1      at Flagstaff                W

Nov 8      vs. Gila Ridge           L

The Panthers play their home games at Cromer Stadium.  

 

2019 TEAM LEADERS

Passing:  Jordan Lucero, 374 yds

Rushing:  Zach Bennett, 1,753 yds

Receiving:  Bailey McCauslin, 159 yds

Scoring:   Zach Bennett, 142 pts

Total Tackles:  Manuel Cardoza, 98

Sacks:  Jonathon Jaramillo, 2.0

Interceptions:  Joshua Monke / Malcolm Morris, 2

Returns:  Eli DeHerrera, 238 yds

Punting:  Zach Bennett, 20.1

Final

 

DIVISION 4A FOOTBALL 

2019 GRAND CANYON REGION

FINAL REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS

2019 AIA TOP TWENTY

Final Rankings

OPEN:  Saguaro (9-1) 

OPEN:  Salpointe Catholic (9-0) 

#1:  Sahuaro (8-2)

#2:  Cactus (8-2)

#3:  Canyon del Oro (8-2)

#4:  Desert Edge (7-3) 

#5:  Walden Grove (9-1)

#6  Mesquite (7-3)

#7:  Peoria (7-3)

#8:  Coconino (9-1)

#9:  Gila Ridge (9-1)

#10:  Greenway (9-1)

#11:  Pueblo Magnet (8-2)

#12:  Casa Grande (6-4)

#13:  Prescott (7-3)

#14:  Marcos de Niza (5-5)

#15:  Tempe (7-3)

#16:  Poston Butte (5-5)

#17:  Buckeye Union (6-4)

#18:  Arcadia (6-4)

#19:  Glendale (8-2)

#20:  Flagstaff (6-4)

Region champions are underlined

NOTE:  This list has expanded from the top sixteen to the top twenty teams in the 4A Conference, as ranked by the Arizona Interscholastic Association.  Because teams at the top of the list may be pulled from the 4A playoffs to play in the Open Division, and because teams lower than sixteenth in the rankings may win their regional title, it seemed appropriate to expand this list.  For the full list, consult the AIA website.

 

2019 Record:  6 - 4

AIA:  #20

MAXPREPS:  #23

Aug 30    vs. Glendale                  W

Sep 6       vs. Dysart                      W

Sep 13     at Tempe                        L

Sep 20     at Prescott                      L

Sep 27     vs. Mohave                   L

Oct 4       vs. Bradshaw Mt          W

Oct 11      at Lee Williams           W

Oct 18     vs. Seton Catholic       W

Oct 25     at Mingus                     W

Nov 1     vs. Coconino                 L

The Eagles play their home games at the NAU Walkup Skydome. 

  2019 TEAM LEADERS

Passing:  Joe Weidinger, 1,057 yds

Rushing:  Luis Jaramillo, 1,032 yds

Receiving:  Jace Wetzel, 380 yds

Scoring:  Luis Jaramillo, 80 pts

Total Tackles:  Stephen Canizales, 65

Sacks:  Luis Jaramillo, 4.0

Interceptions:  Dayton Koyiyumptewa, 6

Returns:  Luke Canizales, 497 yds

Punting:  Oscar Castruita, 36.5

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Yes, I said it. The best high school rivalry in Arizona!

For half a century, the crosstown rivals have butted heads in all sports, competed for city, division, and state titles, and done so with class and spirit. This site is a celebration, and through statistics, pictures, links, and articles, the hope is to not only deliver a portrait of the rivalry that is comprehensive and vivid, but is also relevant. It is a project with the aspirations to not only look back fondly, but to enjoy the present. The rivalry is not some relic tossed in the attic and to be forgotten, but rather, it deserves its mantle, its place of honor. It is interwoven with the history of Flagstaff, it is part of the community and its shared culture. The glorious battles of the 70s and 80s still reverberate under the timber beams of the Skydome. Those battles, still as intense as ever, continue to this day, and every annual contest lends itself to the growing legacy the rivalry has enjoyed.

Flagcoco is a work in progress, so please come by from time to time and see what's new.  Six years and counting.

If you came here for the history of the rivalry, if you're interested in the two schools, their traditions, and their current standing in the Arizona sports scene, Flagcoco might have what you're looking for.

And if you came here because of the bold declaration, that the Coconino-Flag High rivalry is the best high school rivalry in Arizona, you're more than welcome to challenge me. If you're from the Valley and believe the Hamilton-Chandler rivalry is better, or in the White Mountains and think it's Blue Ridge-Show Low, or Bisbee-Douglas near the border, or Chaparral-Saguaro, Kingman-Mohave, the Ahwatukee Bowl, or any other, you're more than welcome to step up. Present your evidence. Create your own site. Celebrate your alma mater and your nemesis. Present the competition, the pageantry, the passion that has built your rivalry over the years. Talk about football, baseball, basketball, boys, girls.  I encourage and even dare you. Show the cyberuniverse your enthusiasm and school spirit. Believe me, I will.



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