Pimental, the NJCAA Region I Defensive Player of the Year,
is a sophomore from San Diego, California. The 6-2, 220-pound
linebacker led Pima's defense to a third place ranking in
the WSFL by allowing just 16.4 points per game. Pimental's
10.5 sacks and two interceptions helped the Storm to an 8-3
oiverall record and 6-3 mark in the WSFL.
Leading Scottsdale to the 2004 WSFL title was the NJCAA
Region I Offensive Player of the Year Dexter Hill. The 6-1,
195-pound freshman quarterback threw for 2,315 yards on the
season by completing nearly 58 percent of his passes (175-of-241).
Hill tossed a League leading 19 touchdowns and was intercepted
just nine times.