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POSTED August 29, 2013 9:09 p.m.

MICKY D’S RUN: In the spring, the world of California high school athletics was introduced to John McDonald’s 0-to-60 speed. The then-sophomore captured two medals at the CIF State Track and Field Championships in the sport’s marquee events – the 100- and 200-meter sprints. This fall, McDonald’s shiftiness and speed will be on full display on the football, where he’s expected to play a key role in the offense.

 QB BATTLE: Junior Marcus Moore has the inside track on the Cougars’ starting quarterback position after leading the junior varsity team to a historic 2012 season. The Cougars beat Oakdale and Sierra in back-to-back weeks, including a 45-0 shutout of its intra-district rival. Senior Khalil Browder has pushed Moore all summer. With Moore missing, Browder got valuable reps at the Modesto Junior College 7-on-7 passing tournament.

 CAN-DO CANADAY: Junior wide receiver Chris Canaday showcased electric moves during the summer season. At the MJC passing tournament, Canady bolted through the Central Valley secondary for a long touchdown reception. It was all Canaday’s doing, too. He reeled in a slant near the 30-yard line, sidestepped a defender and then juked the safety completing the highlight reel score.

 TRIPLE DUTY: First-year head coach Seth Davis is a man of campus. Davis works full-time as a campus monitor and also serves as the school’s varsity wrestling coach. He becomes the fourth head coach in Weston Ranch’s nine years as a varsity program, following John Morris, Steve Jackson and Mike Hale. Davis joined Hale’s staff last fall as the defensive coordinator.

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