The Queen Creek Bulldogs (3-0) and the Williams Field Blackhawks (3-0) are matching up for a battle of unbeatens in our Arizona high school football featured GameTime matchup this week – Friday, Oct. 1 at 7:00 pm MT/9:00 pm CT.
How To Watch
Watch it on YurView Arizona – Cox channel 4 in Phoenix and channel 7 in Tucson. Cox customers can also watch the games on their phones using the Cox Contour App. Download the Coutour App on Apple and Android.
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Both teams are heading into this week’s matchup undefeated.
Last season, Queen Creek got a dominating win over Williams Field 37-6. It was the first time the teams had met since 2017 where the Blackhawks had gotten the win 27-6.
Queen Creek is under a new head coach this season. Travis Schureman has returned to the role after Joe Germaine left to coach at his alma mater, Mesa Mountain View.
“We have great families and great kids,” Schureman said of returning to the head coaching role. “I love Queen Creek.”
Germaine led the Bulldogs to a State Title in 2012 with Schureman as the line coach.
Schureman then took over at head coach for Germaine from 2013 to 2018 after Germaine decided to step back from coaching a bit.
Germaine returned as head coach in 2019 and Schureman returned to coaching the line and was the defensive coordinator as well.
Now Schureman has returned to the helm again with a seamless transition he said.
“The kids are playing hard,” Schureman said of his Bulldogs so far this season. “Our team has a great respect for each other and they have fun playing. That doesn’t always happen. To see the kids playing and having fun together is awesome.”
Jr. LB Porter Reynolds, 6’0” 225 – Queen Creek
Reynolds is rated as the No. 17 overall player and the No. 2 linebacker in Arizona in the 2023 class.
Reynolds is a three-year Varsity starter. He was the first freshman to ever start on Varsity at Queen Creek. As a freshman he won 2nd Team Region honors.
Reynolds also plays full back for the Bulldogs.
@QC_football’s Porter Reynolds extends the Bulldog’s lead with a 19-yd TD run (his 2nd of the night).
— Austin Nicholson (@A_Nicholson22) September 4, 2021
“He’s a dynamic player,” Schureman said. “He’s a big presence for us on the offense and he’s a big presence for us on the defense. We’re blessed to have Porter Reynolds on our team.”
Football runs in the Reynolds family’s blood.
Reynolds’ brother Trey was a standout at linebacker for the Bulldogs as well. He’s now playing at Utah. Their father, Paul played linebacker at Arizona State.
Reynolds has offers from Colorado and Washington State.
“He’s going to be a major college player when it’s all said and done,” Schureman said. “His athletic ability has gotten better, from running the ball and being more agile. It’s been neat to see.”
Jr. WR Kyler Kasper, 6’6” 195 – Williams Field
Kasper is a four-star athlete rated as the No. 4 overall player and the No. 1 wide receiver in Arizona in the 2023 class by 247Sports.
The junior has 17 college offers including from Notre Dame, Oregon, USC, ASU, UCLA, Utah, Iowa and Cal.
— Damian Adams (@TheRealDealwDA) September 25, 2021
He is committed to play in the 2023 All American Bowl as well.
This season, Kasper has 266 receiving yards and three touchdowns.
Sr. QB Sebastian Tomerlin, 5’10” 180 – Queen Creek
Tomerlin stepped into the role at quarterback for former Queen Creek quarterback and USC commit Devin Brown who moved to Utah for his senior season.
— Arizona Prep Spotlight (@AZPrepSpotlight) September 25, 2021
Tomerlin is a dual threat for the Bulldogs. He has 267 rushing yards with five rushing touchdowns and 346 passing yards with three touchdowns through the air.
“He played free safety for us last year,” Schureman said. “He’s a great athlete. When the (quarterback) spot opened up he was willing to jump in and take the reins.
“It’s been neat to see him have success, lead our offense and see the boys rally around him.”
Tomerlin also plays baseball for the Bulldogs. He was named to 1st Team All-State last year and was the Central Region Player of the Year.
Sr. RB Kaden Cloud, 5’11” 190 – Williams Field
Cloud is a three-star athlete rated as the No. 35 overall player in Arizona and the No. 4 running back in the 2022 class by 247Sports.
The senior has 273 yards, five touchdowns through three games this season for the Blackhawks.
Week One Highlights
— Kaden Cloud (@KadenC06) September 7, 2021
Cloud has offers from Oregon State, Columbia, Army, Navy and Air Force.
The Queen Creek Bulldogs (3-0) take on the Williams Field Blackhawks (3-0) in our GameTime Arizona featured Arizona high school football matchup – Friday, Oct. 1 at 7:00 pm MT/9:00 pm CT.