WR Calvin Green; (5-10, 175); Burbank (Luther) High; Sacramento, Calif., Green agains had himself another field day in Burbank's 63-6 win over Florin, returning the opening kickoff 91 yards for a touchdown and following that up with back-to-back first quarter interceptions.
LB Greg Hoyd; (6-2, 200); Vista Murrieta High; Vista Murrieta, Calif., Hoyd posted two tackles and one tackle-for-loss in Vista Murrieta's 60-18-2 dismantling of Temecula Valley.
DT Marcus Griffin; (6-3, 292); Bellevue High; Bellevue: Griffin only played one quarter this past Friday, due to yet another mismatch. Griffin posted one tackle-for-loss as Bellevue routed Interlake 52-13. It was the fifth straight contest in which Griffin did not play after halftime.
WR Zaire Andre; (6-0, 170); Inglewood High, Inglewood, Calif., Andre took an 80-yard pass to the house on the very first play of the game and the rout was on. Andre, who had 122 all-purpose yards, led Inglewood to a 49-0 win over Beverly Hills.
OT Jordan Rose; (6-6, 305); Freeman High; Rockford, Wash., Rose and Freeman throttled Lakeside to the tune of a 50-14 win. Rose helped pave the way on four different rushing touchdowns. Freeman is now 6-0 on the year.
CB Kevin Griffin; (6-1, 180); De La Salle High; Concord, Calif., Griffin and De La Salle were idle this week.
OT Braden Eggert; (6-7, 315); Napa High; Napa, Calif., Eggert and crew dismantled Rodriguez 66-21. Napa is 4-2 on the season.
K Tristan Vizcaino; (6-2, 190); Damien High; La Verne, Calif., Vizcaino on kickoffs had two boots of 59- and 69-yards. He had punts of 25, 61, 27, 48, 40, 42 and 54 yards. He saw few chances to put points on the board as Damien lost to Charter Oak 35-7. Vizcaino was 1-1 on his only PAT.
CB Joseph Turner; (6-2, 190); College of San Mateo, San Mateo, Calif., Turner and San Mateo were idle this week.
WR Keith Harrington; (5-8, 165); Northeast High; St Petersburg, Fla., Harrington and Northeast fell to St. Thomas Aquinas by the score of 60-6. Stats for Harrington were not available at press time.
LB Frank Luvu; (6-1, 205); Tafuna High; Pago Pago, American Samoa: Luvu had two tackles, one for a loss, but only played one quarter as Tafuna blasted Samoana 64-8. Luvu moved from safety to linebacker this season and Brandon Smart of Field House 100 says Luvu has adjusted well this season to ‘backer and is really beginning to shine. Tafuna remains unbeaten and the defense has conceded just one offensive touchdown all year.
OL Sean Krepsz; (6-5, 295); Martin Luther King High; Riverside, Calif., Krepsz and King beat Corona 21-17. And Krepsz had another strong night on the ground helping to pave the way for 251 rushing yards, an average of almost nine yards-per-carry.
LB Chandler Leniu; (6-1, 225); St. John Bosco High; Bellflower, Calif., Leniu and St. John Bosco destroyed Santa Margarita 56-12. Stats for Leniu were not available at press time. Leniu came into the game averaging 14.6 tackles-per-game for undefeated St. John Bosco.
Peyton Bender (6-1, 175); Cardinal Gibbons High; Fort Lauderdale: Bender and Cardinal Gibbons were idle this week.
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