The Arizona Daily Star recently highlighted the unique connection that Salpointe receiver and Desert Speed School athlete Dylan Dreis has with his quarterback Treyson Bourguet.
“We’ve got some really strong seniors on that defense and the underclassmen do everything they can,” quarterback Treyson Bourguet said. “Everybody works together, putting together a team effort to achieve a team goal.”
Receiver Dylan Dreis turned in one of his best performances, hauling in four catches for 94 yards and two touchdowns. He’s been a go-to option for Bourguet, even though Dreis is new to the position this year. A converted quarterback, the 6-foot-4 senior still serves as Bourguet’s backup, which might be why there is such a strong connection between the two.
“Me and Treyson have worked on it a lot,” Dreis said. “We’ve worked on it every practice, every game, and he just trusts me to throw it up. I’ll get it.”
Salpointe takes on #Desert Edge this week, with a trip to the 5A state championship game in the balance. Full story…