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20 high school football bold predictions for Week 4

20 high school football bold predictions for Week 4

It's the final weekend of football in September and there's already been some big games and interesting storylines coming out of the first three weeks of the year. What will be the most noteworthy games and accomplishments this weekend as the calendar gets set to turn to October? We take a crack with our weekly bold predictions.

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2016 NC State Wolfpack Football Predictions

NC State Football Predictions

NC State is coming off a 7-6 season that wasn’t all that impressive. The Wolfpack took advantage of an easy non-conference slate to start out 4-0. They then proceeded to go just 3-6 over their last 9 games. That included an ugly 28-51 loss to Mississippi State in the Belk Bowl.

The three ACC wins came against Wake Forest, Boston College and Syracuse. Nothing to get excited about there, as those three combined to go 3-21 in conference play.

The Wolfpack weren’t the only team to take advantage of an easy schedule in 2015. However, it does limit expectations going into 2016, even with 14 starters back.

NC State will be heading into their 4th season under head coach Dave Doeren. They are not a legit threat to win the Atlantic, but a third straight bowl appearance is within reach.

Last Season
2016 Schedule

NC State figures to get off to another strong start in 2016. They open with non-conference games against William & Mary, East Carolina and Old Dominion. Followed by a home game against Wake Forest to kickoff ACC play.

They do at least get one challenge outside of the conference, as they host Notre Dame on Oct. 8. This will be the start of a brutal stretch to end the year.

After taking on the Irish, they have to travel to Clemson and Louisville in consecutive weeks. They then have to host BC and FSU before going to Syracuse. NC State closes out the year with a home game against Miami and then has to travel to UNC.

The big concern here is the conference portion of the schedule. They draw two of the top teams out of the Coastal in Miami and North Carolina. Plus they have to go on the road to face both the Tigers and Cardinals out of the Atlantic. There’s a good chance they will only be favored in three ACC games.

Roster Breakdown

NC State has 6 starters back on offense, but will have to replace Jacoby Brissett at quarterback. Brissett only threw for 2,662 yards, but completed 60% of his attempts with 20 TD’s to just 6 INT’s. He also had 370 yards and 6 touchdowns rushing.

The frontrunner to take his job is Boise State transfer Ryan Finely. His addition makes sense, as the Wolfpack added Boise State offensive coordinator Eli Drinkwitz. The other option is sophomore Jalan McClendon.

The Wolfpack get back leading rusher in senior Matthew Dayes, but he may not be the starter for long. All eyes are on red-shirt freshman Johnny Frasier, who was a big time recruit out of high school. Either way the duo should give NC State their best rushing attack in the Doeren era.

There’s also some talent back at wide receiver. The Wolfpack return 1st-Team All-ACC wide out Jaylen Samuels. Plus, get back experienced senior starters in Bra’Lon Cherry and Jumichael Ramos.

The big concern on this side of the ball comes up front on the offensive line. NC State only returns two starters and loses its star in Joe Thuney.

Defensively things are looking a little better, especially along the defensive line. While they lost All-American defensive end Mike Rose, they are loaded with talent. Two juniors will be the focal point in tackle B.J. Hill and end Bradley Chubb. They also get back junior tackle Kentavius Street.

At linebacker the Wolfpack will have an experienced bunch led by juniors Airius Moore and Jerod Fernandez. They also get back promising sophomore Riley Nicholson and senior Dravious Wright.

The secondary loses talented corner Juston Burris and starting safety Hakim Jones. However, the loss of Burris will be eased by the return of senior Jack Tocho from injury. They also get back senior safety Josh Jones, who has started 19 games in his first two seasons.

Season Predictions

While there’s reason to be optimistic for NC State fans, I think 2016 is going to prove to be a long season. Especially after the first month. I have the Wolfpack opening the year 4-0, only to go 1-7 over their final 8 games.

I don’t see this team beating Notre Dame, Florida State or Miami at home. The same can be said for road games against Clemson, Louisville and UNC.

That leaves a home game against Boston College and road game at Syracuse. I have them splitting those two. Keep in mind that game against the Orange is sandwiched between huge home games against FSU and Miami. The contest against the Eagles also comes in a tough spot. It’s after two brutal road games and with the Seminoles on deck.

Even if they win both of those games, that has them at just 6-6, which is right on par with the win total that’s been set.

High school football: A look at this week s game predictions and matchups, High Schools

High school football: A look at this week's game predictions and matchups

By Justin Spears, Arizona Daily Star

It's officially the second half of the season and Salpointe Catholic-Cienega highlight the schedule as the game of the week. In honor of Yom Kippur, most games will be played on Thursday, but three will be on Friday night.

Winners are in ALL CAPS and Friday games are at bottom of page.

Arizona Daily Star record: 75-17

Thursday's games

Note: Because of the Jewish holiday, most of this week's high school football games will be played Thursday night.

Salpointe Catholic (5-0) at CIENEGA (5-0)

Cienega quarterback Jamarye Joiner, right, helped the Bobcats rout Salpointe 51-14 last season. The teams, both undefeated at 5-0, rematch Thursday at Cienega.

Photos by Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star

Where: 12775 E. Mary Ann Cleveland Way, Vail

Winner: This is not Southern Arizona’s game of the week; it’s the game of the year. In one corner is Cienega's Jamarye Joiner, arguably the greatest quarterback in Tucson history. In the other corner is Salpointe's Bijan Robinson, arguably Southern Arizona's best running back since Ka’Deem Carey. Joiner has 823 passing yards and 331 rushing yards along with 23 touchdowns. Robinson only needs 136 yards to break 1,000 rushing yards this season. Both teams' offenses should be well off; this game will go down to which defense can force stops and create plays to give the offense momentum. Cienega’s defense has only allowed nine points per game in the last four contests. Salpointe hasn't beaten Cienega since 2006, when the Lancers had future USC center Kris O’Dowd leading the offensive live. Expect Cienega to win on a last-minute Joiner score. Let’s call it 31-24.

CANYON DEL ORO (3-2) at Catalina Foothills (4-2)

Catalina Foothills' Brandon Tamplin (6) picks up an excessive celebration penalty after he bulled his way into the end zone and tie the score at 12 late in the fourth quarter of their game at Empire High School, Friday, September 15, 2017, Tucson, Ariz.

Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star

Where: 4300 E. Sunrise Drive

Winner: Both teams enter this week coming off losses, but the Dorados hope to put their 35-point loss to Marana behind them. CDO running back Elijah Carey needs 38 yards to reach over 1,000 yards rushing on the season, so expect him to perform well. Catalina Foothills' two biggest tests this season came against Scottsdale Saguaro and Pusch Ridge Christian, and both result in losses. Expect CDO to bounce back and win, 27-10.

Catalina (5-1) at SABINO (4-1)

Sabino's Isaiah Smotherman (20) scoots into the end zone untouched after catching a short out pass against Sahuaro in the first quarter of their game at Sahuaro High School, Friday, August 25, 2017, Tucson, Ariz.

Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star

Winner: If it weren’t for the Salpointe Catholic-Cienega game, this might be the matchup of the week. This game will go one of two ways: Either Sabino cruises by the Trojans or it’s going to come down to the fourth quarter. Option No. 1 seems more likely. Sabercats win 37-14.

CHOLLA (3-3) at Desert View (3-2)

Jaguar Stadium is the home of the Desert View High School Jaguars Football Team in Tucson, AZ. Photo taken Tuesday, July 21, 2015. Photo by Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star.

Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star

Where: 4101 E. Valencia Road

Winner: If there’s one thing Cholla does well, it’s putting points on the board. The Chargers are averaging 40 points per game this season and it’s mainly from quarterback Jordan Porter, who enters this week with 1,841 passing yards and 1,033 rushing yards. Expect the Chargers to take this one, 49-20.

Douglas (0-5) at PALO VERDE (1-5)

The Titans logo graces the track around Palo Verde High School's football field in Tucson, AZ. Photo taken Wednesday, August 5, 2015. Photo by Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star.

Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star

Winner: The Titans haven’t won a home game all season and haven’t won in general since Week 1. Douglas dropped a couple close games this season, but another road game especially one two hours up the road is tough for a struggling team. Titans win their first game at home, 20-7.

Flowing Wells (1-4) at MARANA (3-2)

Marana’s Trenton Bourguet (5) fires a pass during the fourth quarter of the Cienega vs. Marana high school football game on Aug. 25, 2017, at Marana High School, 12000 W Emigh Road, in Marana, Ariz. Cienega won the offensive slugfest 57-50.

Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star

Where: 12000 W. Emigh Road, Marana

Winner: The Tigers are hitting their stride at the perfect time. Junior quarterback Trenton Bourget has 1,566 passing yards and 20 touchdowns. The Tigers should have no problem against the Caballeros. Expect a 56-7 win.

IRONWOOD RIDGE (4-1) at Mountain View (4-1)

Mountain View's Weston Aguilar (12) holds a finger in the air as he trots in unscathed for a score on a short punt return during the second quarter.

Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star

Where: 3901 W. Linda Vista Blvd., Marana

Winner: This has game-of-the-week written all over it. Who will win between Mountain View’s defensive front-seven and Ironwood Ridge’s run attack? Good question. Senior running back Nick Brahler is averaging 168.5 yards per game and is a bruiser in the red zone with nine touchdowns. Mountain View will compete because it’s a home game, but the Nighthawks should win this one. Call it 30-14.

Rio Rico (1-5) at PUEBLO (3-2)

Pueblo High School’s football stadium, built around 1960, hasn’t changed much since its construction. An open-air press box, new lockers and fresh paint are among the upgrades.

Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star

Winner: Pueblo has dropped its last two games, but both were on the road. The Warriors return home this week and are in dire need to get the offense back on track. Pueblo put 66 points on Cholla, but scored just eight points in two weeks. Expect Pueblo to cook at home against a struggling Rio Rico team. Call it 42-14.

TANQUE VERDE (0-6) at Santa Rita (0-4)

Santa Rita fans can enjoy an amazing panoramic view of the Santa Catalina and the Rincon Mountains.

Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star

Winner: This one will be a low scoring game, but since Tanque Verde’s offense has scored more points this season than Santa Rita, the Hawks should be good enough to win on the road. Let’s call it 14-0.

Sierra Vista Buena (4-1) at SAHUARO (2-3)

Sahuaro's Kobi Bell (9) jukes his way out of the grip of Sabino's Francisco Oviedo (50) in the second quarter of their game at Sahuaro High School, Friday, August 25, 2017, Tucson, Ariz.

Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily S

Winner: Buena is the better team, but Sahuaro has won its last two games. Buena’s toughest opponent so far this season was Tucson High in Week 1, and the Colts lost that game. There's something we like about the Cougars returning home with confidence. Sahuaro takes this one, 30-24.

Friday's matchups:

Friday night will feature three games and the better matchup of the day is just actually just up the road and a few minutes away from Cienega. Pusch Ridge Christian travels to Empire for a 3A clash.

PUSCH RIDGE CHRISTIAN (5-0) at Empire (3-2)

Empire's Elijah Harris (12) squirms around the block of teammate Jacob Magnusson (66) for a gain against Catalina Foothills in the third quarter of their game at Empire High School, Friday, September 15, 2017, Tucson, Ariz.

Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star

Where: 10701 E. Mary Ann Cleveland Way, Vail

Winner: The last time the Ravens were at home, they took Catalina Foothills down to the wire in overtime. Pusch Ridge is better than Foothills. Pusch Ridge has momentum, therefore it should result in another win. Lions win on the road, 24-14.

Nogales (2-3) at WALDEN GROVE (4-1)

The Walden Grove student section gets fired up just before the start of their crosstown rivalry game against Sahuarita in 2015. Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star

Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star

Where: 15510 S. Sahuarita Park Road, Sahuarita

Winner: The Red Wolves have been one the most surprising teams this season, and the run game has been their biggest strength. Walden Grove has over twice as many yards rushing than passing and quarterback Nick Flores is the leader in both categories. Walden Grove wins this one, 38-0.

Amphitheater (0-5) at SAHUARITA (1-4)

The home stands at Sahuarita High School overlooking the Burton Tingle Field, Tuesday, July 28, 2015, Sahuarita , Ariz. Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star

Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star

Where: 350 W Sahuarita Road, Sahuarita

Winner: The Mustangs have dropped their last two games, but should regain confidence playing at home against a struggling Amphitheater team. The Panthers have scored eight total points in five games and Sahuarita hasn’t been shut out since the first game of the season. The Mustangs should win this one, 24-7.

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