Friday night could've gone down as a great many things.
It could've been about Conner Peterson running wild on the Damonte Ranch Mustangs to the tune of 311 yards - the second 300-plus-yard game of his career - or the two top running backs in the region going head-to-head on both sides of the ball.
It could've been about Peterson racking up 401 yards of total offense to go with four touchdowns.
It could've been about senior receiver Dusty Fisher breaking the school record for career touchdown catches, now set at 18 with his two vs. the Mustangs.
It could've …