Marana QB Trenton Bourguet has no offers, but another 7-on-7 national title
Since playing in his first 7-on-7 passing event as a seventh grader, Marana quarterback Trenton Bourguet has compiled a 105-5 record that includes back-to-back national Pylon championships, leading his teams and calling his own plays.
The five losses came in either overtime or on the last play of the game, said his dad, Toby Bourguet, who has coached his son's Tucson Turf 7-on-7 teams throughout Trenton's football career.
After leading the Marana-based team to a national title that involved 92 teams last week, Bourguet, a junior, was named to the 247Sports All-Pylon 7on7 Nevada Dream team.... read more
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