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Congratulations to Queen Creek quarterback Devin Brown for being voted SBLive’s WaFd Bank Arizona High School Athlete of the Week!

Brown threw for four touchdowns in a 57-16 victory over Mountain Pointe on Nov. 13.

Brown received 51.04% of the vote, beating out Saguaro RB/SS Javen Jacobs, who finished with 34.27%. Yuma Catholic QB Richard Stallworth finished third with 7.22% and Saguaro SS Jordan Ginnis was fourth with 3.67%.

We are currently accepting WaFd Bank Athlete of the Week nominations for the week of Nov. 16-22. If you would like to nominate an athlete, please email regan@scorebooklive.com or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @sbliveaz.

Here are the previous WaFd Bank Arizona Athlete of the Week winners:

WEEK 1 WINNER: JACOB CISNEROS, BOULDER CREEK

WEEK 2 WINNER: RJ KEETON, CASA GRANDE

WEEK 3 WINNER: JAYDEN RITTENBACH, PUSCH RIDGE CHRISTIAN

WEEK 4 WINNER: JARED WILLIAMS, CHAPARRAL

WEEK 5 WINNER: ANYALE VELAZQUEZ, CORONA DEL SOL

WEEK 6 WINNER: WYATT OGLE, SANTA CRUZ VALLEY

And here are the other athletes who were nominated for Nov. 9-15:

Richard Stallworth, Yuma Catholic QB: Yuma Catholic beat Kingman 69-28 and Stallworth finished with surreal numbers. He completed 16 of 28 passes for 410 yards and eight touchdowns — in just one half of action.

Mario Martinez, Yuma Catholic WR: Numerous Shamrocks receivers had big nights, but Martinez shined the brightest, racking up 137 yards receiving and three touchdowns. 

Kavaughn Clark, Centennial RB: Clark ran for four touchdowns and more than 150 yards in a 42-28 win over Chaparral.

Mikey Keene, Chandler QB: Keene passed for four touchdowns and ran for another in a 42-19 victory over Highland. Jalen Richmond was the recipient of two of them.

Eli Sanders, Chandler RB: Sanders had two touchdowns rushing and one receiving.

Diego Chavez, Bisbee RB: Chavez ran for three touchdowns and two two-point conversions in a 54-9 thrashing of Tombstone.

Angel Flores, Casa Grande QB: Flores threw for three touchdowns and ran for a two-point conversion in one half of action in a 49-0 rout of Dobson. 

R.J. Keeton, Casa Grande RB: Keeton ran for three touchdowns in the Cougars’ victory, all coming in one half. 

Javen Jacobs, Saguaro RB/SS: Jacobs ran for a touchdown, scored another on a catch and had a 48-yard kickoff return in a 26-0 win over Horizon.

Henry De Leon, Estrella Foothills RB: De Leon ran for four touchdowns and added an 83-yard kickoff-return touchdown in a 49-38 victory over Deer Valley. 

Montana Neustadter, Canyon del Oro QB: On senior night, Neustadter led the Dorados to a 35-6 win over Ironwood Ridge with three touchdown passes and two rushing touchdowns.

Hunter Barth, Queen Creek WR/S: Barth scored twice on catches and once on an interception return in the Bulldogs’ victory. Miles Molander caught Brown’s other two touchdown passes. 

Jacob Cisneros, Boulder Creek RB: Cisneros ran for three touchdowns and caught a fourth in a 41-14 win over Valley Vista, totaling more than 200 yards of offense.

Zach Bennett, Coconino RB: Bennett rushed for 165 yards and all four of his team’s touchdowns in a 28-7 win over Flagstaff. He became the third player in the city of Flagstaff’s history to run for 1,000 yards in three seasons. 

Rodney Clemente, Hamilton RB: Clemente ran for three touchdowns in a 42-36 win over Higley.

Ben Tobin, Scottsdale Christian Academy QB: Tobin had three touchdowns rushing and another passing in a 49-7 victory over Scottsdale Prep. He did it all in the first half.

Adryan Lara, Desert Edge QB: Lara had four touchdown passes in one half in a 28-10 win over Millennium. Andrew Patterson caught two of the four touchdowns.

Jordan Ginnis, Saguaro SS: Ginnis was one of numerous Sabercats to bring elite defense in a 26-0 shutout of Horizon. He made eight tackles and three tackles for loss.

Garrick Krautz, Catalina Foothills TE/LB:Krautz came up big on both sides for the Falcons in a 14-6 season-opening win over Sahuarita. He was responsible for all of their receiving production with 111 yards and a touchdown, and he paced the defense with 10 tackles and two tackles for loss. 

Luis Perez, Catalina Foothills LB: Perez also was a force in the front seven with eight tackles and two sacks for 13 yards lost. 

Jason Stevens, Walden Grove QB: In a 49-35 win over Marana, Stevens completed 16 of 24 passes for 278 yards and three touchdowns. He added a rushing touchdown. The Red Wolves also got a strong night from receiver Colby Gaines. 

Stephen Brower Jr., Walden Grove RB: Brower also went off in the victory, rushing 27 times for 181 yards and two touchdowns. He added a 48-yard reception. 

Isaiah Roebuck, Marana WR/DB: Roebuck was dominant despite the loss, finishing with more than 200 receiving yards, two touchdown catches, 10 tackles and an interception. 

Donavin Fontaine, Sandra Day O’Connor RB:Fontaine turned seven carries into 155 yards and three touchdowns in a 54-0 trouncing of Willow Canyon. 

CJ Greer, Browne RB: Greer was unstoppable in a 53-0 blowout of Alhambra, turning 10 carries into 152 yards and three touchdowns. He had 31 yards and another touchdown receiving. 

Angel Lydon, Browne QB: Lydon also came up big for the Bruins with 158 yards and four touchdowns on 10 pass attempts, plus 44 yards rushing. 

Micah Ferrin, American Leadership Academy (Queen Creek) DL: Ferrin led a staunch defensive effort for the Patriots in a 24-3 win over Northwest Christian with four tackles, two tackles for loss, a sack and an interception that he returned 21 yards for a touchdown. Strong safety Brandon Wettstein also had a strong night on defense for ALA. 

Jace Feely, Gilbert Christian K/LB: Feely led a great defensive effort in a 35-6 victory against Coolidge with 15 tackles, four sacks, two safeties, a forced fumble and a recovered fumble. He also kicked a field goal. 

Zach Sutton, Shadow Mountain WR/DB: Sutton caught all of Shadow Mountain’s touchdowns and racked up 141 yards receiving in an 18-13 win over Mountain Ridge. He also had an interception. 

Matthew McClelland, Gilbert Arete Prep QB/DB: In a 64-4 blowout of Holbrook, McClelland had the top stat line of the night, if not the entire season: 328 yards and four touchdowns passing, 154 yards and three touchdowns rushing, 15 tackles, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.