Coronado High School running back Kaylin Ashley has been named this week's Arizona Cardinals and Wells Fargo "High School Player-of-the-Week."
Ashley ran for 285 yards on 23 carries (12.4 avg.) and three touchdowns in the Dons 41-19 win against Kellis High School last Friday night. The Dons improved to 4-0 on the season and host Glendale High School this Friday night at 7 p.m.
The sixth-year Arizona Cardinals Football Club "Player-of-the-Week" award, presented by Wells Fargo, is selected by a local sports panel consisting of Cardinals Director of Community Relations Luis Zendejas, Community Relations Coordinator Sheldon Meeks, Sports 620 AM anchor Paul Calvisi, NBC-12 sports reporter Bruce Cooper, 16-year Arizona high school football official Bob Ferreira, Cardinals radio analyst and Sports 620 AM talk show host Ron Wolfley, AIA Director of Media Marketing Brian Bolitho, former Arizona high school coach Emil Nasser, 1060 AM radio host Dan Manucci, and Wells Fargo representative Jeff Smith.
A football plaque acknowledging the award will be presented to Ashley by a Cardinals alumnus at a ceremony at Coronado High School (2501 N. 74th Street, Scottsdale) on Friday, October 3 at 1:00 p.m.
For more information, contact Sheldon Meeks in the Cardinals community relations department (602/379-1688).
Week 1: RB De'Andre Currie, Mountain Pointe H.S.
Week 2: QB Justin Sieczkowski, Seton Catholic H.S.
Week 3: QB Kevin Pantastico, Desert Ridge H.S.
Week 4: RB Kaylin Ashley, Coronado H.S.