saguaro vs Chaparral

Quite possibly one of the top matchups in Arizona this fall, last season’s 4A Conference state champion Saguaro will host Chaparral, who advanced to the 5A Conference quarterfinals a year ago, this Friday. Chaparral enters this week 3-0.

The game will be broadcast live on Yurview Arizona for Cox Communications customers and will also stream live on

Rising Program against Perennial Powerhouse

Saguaro looks every bit the part of state champion once again. Since 2013, Saguaro owns a 68-6 record, including a 3-1 mark this season. They lost their second game against Liberty (Nev.) but defeated their two Arizona opponents this season by an average of 38 points.

Chaparral remains undefeated heading into this Friday. They needed overtime to beat Hamilton on the road in Week 1, but then they captured blowout victories against Desert Mountain and La Joya Community. Facing the 4A Conference favorite on the road will be a great test for this program.

Players to Watch

S Nate Polk – Saguaro

Loaded with talent, Saguaro possesses nine of the top 70 recruits in Arizona for the 2019 class according to 247Sports. Saguaro is particularly stacked in the secondary with Polk leading the way.

He is the No. 12 Arizona prospect in the 2019 class on the 247Sports Composite Rankings. Polk has yet to commit but has received offers from Arizona, Louisville, Oregon and Oregon State.

RB/MLB Connor Soelle – Saguaro

Listed as an athlete, Soelle is rising the recruiting rankings in Arizona. He shines both on offense and defense, sitting among the team leaders in yards and tackles.

Soelle committed to Arizona State in June.

OT Craig McFarland – Chaparral

The top college recruit from Chaparral, 247Sports ranks McFarland the No. 62 Arizona player in the 2019 recruiting class. Standing at 6-foot-6 and 255 pounds, he has received offers from Kent State and Northern Arizona.

CB Keelee Ringo – Saguaro

The players to watch in this game don’t end with the stars in the 2019 class. As a 5-star recruit, the Saguaro junior cornerback is the top-rated Arizona prospect of the 2020 class.

Ringo has reportedly received offers from all the top college programs in the country, including Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Ohio State, Auburn and many others.

QB Jack Miller – Chaparral

The 6-foot-4, 210-pound, future Ohio State Buckeye QB will be the key to Chaparral staying undefeated after facing Saguaro. Miller is a 4-star prospect and the No. 4 Arizona recruit in the 2020 class.

He committed to Ohio State on July 1.

RB Darvon Hubbard – Chaparral

Ohio State is doing a fantastic job of recruiting the Chaparral studs, as the program’s star running back will join his signal caller in Columbus. Hubbard committed to the Buckeyes in July.

Hubbard has 387 rushing yards and five touchdowns in the first three games this season.

LB Damian Sellers – Saguaro

Sellers is the second of three Saguaro defenders ranked in the Top 10 Arizona prospects for the 2020 class according to 247Sports. Sellers, who is a 4-star recruit, is the No. 5 2020 prospect in the state.

Saguaro safety Jacobe Covington is also a 4-star player and is the No. 8 Arizona recruit in the 2020 class.

How to Watch

Watch Saguaro vs Chaparral at 7:00pm PT on September 14th on Yurview for Cox Communications customers or live on