VAL CAÑEZ/Tucson Citizen

Sunnyside head coach Richard Sanchez has some words for his team.

Sunnyside 56, Catalina 0

Sunnyside (4-2, 3-0) continued to dominate in Class 4A Sonoran play with a shutout of the host Trojans (2-4, 2-1).

The Blue Devils held Catalina without a first down for the entire game. The Trojans finished with -69 rushing yards and -2 passing yards. Sunnyside rolled up 333 total yards of offense.

Turning point: The Blue Devils took command early, scoring with 9:36 left in the first quarter on Jaime Cota's 1-run run.

Key stats: Sunnyside's Xavier Smith ran for 158 yards on 11 carries. His 68-yard touchdown run in the third quarter put the Blue Devils up 42-0.

Notable: The Blue Devils have outscored their foes 166-6 in their past three games.

Quotable: "Our offense did a good job, and our defense stepped it up again," said Sunnyside coach Richard Sanchez. "Our special teams also did a great job. We blocked a punt, and we had some good returns. I think it's finally coming together."

- Ray Suarez