Prospect Recap: Week Four

SEP. 30 -- We look at how UCLA prospects did in week four of the high school football season...

Game of the Week: Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman def. Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco, 34-31
With UCLA head coach Jim Mora and offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone looking on, Gorman jumped out to a big lead, a seemingly insurmountable one. But on the strength of the arm of UCLA committed quarterback Josh Rosen, the Braves made a game of it, but it was too late, and the Gaels completed their California sweep with the three-point win over Bosco. Rosen was 13-for-26 for 245 yards and three touchdowns in the loss. UCLA tight end commit Alize Jones had three catches for 64 yards and a second-half touchdown in the win. UCLA running back target Sean McGrew, the 2016 Bosco back had 85 yards on 21 carries and a touchdown. UCLA recruit Cordell Broadus caught four passes for 66 yards in the win.

Santa Margarita (Calif.) def. Venice (Calif.), 42-0
UCLA commit Rick Wade helped lead a stellar showing by the Eagles defense, which forced five turnovers, including an interception by Wade and a fumble recovery for a touchdown by the future Bruin in their shutout win. Kyle Sweet had a 65-yard punt return for a touchdown in the win. K.J. Costello was 13-for-16 for 129 yards.

Merced (Calif.) def. Fresno (Calif.) Clovis North, 32-25
Despite suffering a minor ankle injury early in the game, UCLA running back commit Bolu Olorunfunmi ran for 202 yards on 24 carries and scored three touchdowns in another late-game loss for the Broncos.

Honolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis def. Honolulu (Hawaii) St. Francis, 67-19
With UCLA offensive line coach Adrian Klemm looking on, Fred Ulu-Perry, the top center prospect nationally, who's committed to UCLA, and the St. Louis offense put on another show, scoring 67 points and churning out nearly 500 yards, the fourth straight game they've scored more than 45 points.

Honolulu (Hawaii) Punahou vs. Honolulu (Hawaii) Iolani, 59-21
UCLA offensive line coach Adrian Klemm was also in attendance at this game, and Punahou, which features two UCLA recruits in Semisi Uluave and Canton Kaumatule, jumped out to a 56-7 halftime lead over Iolani. The Buffnblu had 537 yards of offense in the win.

Long Beach (Calif.) Poly def. Long Beach (Calif.) Cabrillo, 49-0
Despite playing without Iman Marshall, the Jackrabbits had no problems in their Moore League opener, shutting out Cabrillo. UCLA target Joseph Wicker had four tackles, two for loss and UCLA recruit Jack Jones caught three passes for 38 yards and a touchdown.

Upland (Calif.) def. Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure, 25-21
A fourth quarter touchdown allowed the Higlanders to rally and top the Seraphs, to snap their two-game losing streak. UCLA commit Josh Woods ran for 113 yards on 14 carries and scored a touchdown, and UCLA 2017 recruit Nathan Tilford added a touchdown in the win. Woods added 10 tackles, four hurries and a tackle for loss from his linebacker spot.

Encino (Calif.) Crespi def. La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat, 32-31
In a game that defensive backs coach Demetrice Martin was at, Crespi topped Amat in overtime. UCLA receiver recruit Tyler Vaughns scored three touchdowns in the loss and UCLA safety target Marvell Tell, celebrated the win on the same day he received his U.S. Army All-American Bowl jersey.

Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde def. Hemet (Calif.) West Valley, 56-21
UCLA offensive line commit Tevita Halalilo and Rancho Verde, which saw Sheriron Jones, their quarterback committed to Florida go 15-for-17, including 14 straight completions, rolled over West Valley, with nearly 600 yards in offense.

Herriman (Utah) def. Saratoga Springs (Utah) Westlake, 38-14
UCLA verbal Andre James helped pave the way for a big night on the ground for Herriman. They ran for 406 yards and five touchdowns, including one drive that saw them cover 86 yards all on the ground in a 10-play drive.

Orange (Calif.) Lutheran def. Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta, 37-3
The Lancers got seven tackles and a hurry out of UCLA recruit Keisean Lucier-South in a dominating defensive effort for the Lancers, who begin Trinity League play next week.

South Jordan (Utah) Bingham def. Salt Lake City (Utah) Brighton, 24-0
In a matchup of 1-vs-2, Bingham got the upperhand, neutralizing Brighton's Osa Masina and shutting them out for the win. Masina did have a fumble recovery in the loss.

Las FLores (Calif.) Tesoro def. Corona Del Mar (Calif.), 28-14
UCLA 2016 quarterback recruit Devon Modster got it done on the ground and in the air to help Tesoro snap Corona Del Mar's 30-game winning streak. Despite throwing two interceptions, Modster ran for a touchdown and threw for one in the win.

West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade def. Los Angeles (Calif.) Loyola, 24-7
Kennedy Polamalu was in attendance to see Chaminade win their league opener over Loyola. His son, Tre Polamalu was 18-for-29 passes for 156 yards and 2016 receiver Jordan Riordan caught seven passes for 65 yards in the loss. Chaminade four-star receiver Dymond Lee had a touchdown catch in the win.

Others:
DeSoto (Texas) and UCLA commit Bryce English had a sack in a 53-0 shutout win over Grand Prairie (Texas). UCLA commit William Lockett and Manvel (Texas) stayed unbeaten in a 63-7 win over Pasadena (Texas). Jacksonville (Fla.) Trinity Christian Academy and UCLA commit Victor Alexander had a bye. Lakeland (Fla.) Christian running back T.J. Simmons is out for the season with a broken leg and will miss the their 51-13 win over Avon Park (Fla.). Lodi (Calif.) Tokay receiver L.J. Reed is still out after transferring from Cosumnes Oaks and didn't play in a 61-28 win over Stockton (Calif.) McNair. San Leandro (Calif.) athlete Stephen Johnson is out indefinitely with a foot injury and sat out a 14-10 loss to Brentwood (Calif.) Liberty.


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