Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) WR Kasen Williams – Last week, vs. Liberty Williams dealt with double-teams all game long, but still managed to post 8 receptions for 86 yards, but last week against Bellevue he got into the endzone for the first time this year and had 7 receptions for 94 yards in the Spartan's 28-21 win over rival Bellevue.
Season totals: 15 receptions, 180 yards, 1 TD; 8 tackles, 1 INT
Next Game: Friday (9/17) vs. Lake Oswego (Or.)
Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) DE/TE Connor Cree – In Skyline's big 28-21 win over Bellevue, Cree had a huge game defensively, posting 9 tackles and 1 tackle-for-loss.
Season totals: 15 tackles, 3 QB pressures, 1 tackle-for-loss
Next Game: Friday (9/17) vs. Lake Oswego (Or.)
Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) S Evan Zeger – Didn't post any defensive stats this past week in a 48-0 win over Clark High School, but did manage to haul in one reception for 86 yards and a touchdown and a kickoff return for a 96-yard touchdown.
Season totals: 4 rec., 150 yards, 1 TD; 8 tackles, 1 forced fumble; 3 punt returns for 26 yards; 5 kickoff returns for 179 yards, 1 TD
Next Game: Thursday (9/16) vs. Sierra Vista
Gahr (Cerritos, Ca.) WR Josh Perkins – Perkins had a big game in Gahr's 61-59 loss to Kennedy. In the game, the talented wideout posted 8 catches for 122 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Season totals: 15 rec., 229 yards, 2 TD
Next Game: Friday (9/17) vs. Cerritos
Pacifica (Garden Grove, Ca.) CB Joel Willis – Pacifica got a 28-24 win over El Dorado last week and Willis was a huge contributor posting 15 tackles on defense and four catches for 105 yards on offense.
Season totals: 20 tackles; 6 rec., 200 yards, 1 TD
Next Game: Thursday (9/16) at Whittier
Dorsey (Los Angeles) LB Matt Lyons – Posted 12 tackles in Dorsey's huge 37-24 win over Taft last week.
Season Totals: 17 tackles, 2 forced fumbles
Next Game: Friday (9/17) at Hamilton
Poly (Long Beach, Ca.) CB Kameron Jackson – The Jackrabbits lost 31-7 to a powerful St. Bonaventure squad last week, but Jackson had a good overall game posting four tackles and three deflections forcing the Seraphs to throw away from his side of the field after the first quarter.
Season totals: 9 tackles, 7 passes defensed, 1 INT
Next Game: Friday (9/17) vs. Narbonne
Archbishop Murphy (Everett, Wa.) DE Taniela Tupou – In a huge win over Kennedy Catholic, Tupou had a solid game starting both ways and notching three tackles, a sack and three quarterback pressures, one of which ended up causing junior QB Jason Thompson to throw a crucial interception.
Season Totals: 9 tackles, 2 tackles-for-loss, 3 sacks
Next Game: Friday (9/17) vs. Cedarcrest
Walnut (Ca.) DE/TE Aubrey Coleman – In Walnut's 16-10 win over Troy, Coleman struggled with cramps and only played sparingly. He did manage to post two tackles and one reception in the game though.
Season Totals: 2 tackles; 1 rec., 18 yards
Next Game: Friday (9/17) at Claremont
Norwalk (Ca.) RB/DE Elijhaa Penny – Norwalk lost to Cypress 28-6, but Penny was still able to post 147 yards and a touchdown on the ground and four tackles on defense.
Season Totals: 259 yards rushing, 1 TD; 4 tackles
Next Game: Friday (9/17) at St. Paul
Oak Grove (San Jose, Ca.) LB Scott Lawyer – The Eagles brought their record to 1-1 with a solid 34-13 win over San Benito. Lawyer had a big game on defense, posting 1.5 sacks and seven tackles.
Season Totals: 15 tackles, 1.5 sacks; 2 rec., 30 yards
Next Game: Friday (9/17) vs. Willow Glen
Gig Harbor (Wa.) TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins – The Tides led Graham-Kapowsin 10-7 at halftime, but ended up losing 27-13. Seferian-Jenkins ended up with four catches for 31 yards.
Season Totals:11 rec., 138 yards, 1 TD. On defense has two passes defensed, one that resulted in an interception.
Next Game: Friday (9/17) at Mt. Tahoma
Juanita (Kirkland, Wa.) DE/TE Jarett Finau – The Rebels got a 21-17 win over Inglemoor bringing their record to 2-0 and Finau had a solid game on defense posting 3.5 tackles and a sack in the win. Offensively, Juanita ran the ball a majority of the game, so very few passes were throw and none went Finau's way.
Season Totals: 5.5 tackles, 1.5 sacks
Next Game: Thursday (9/16) vs. Mercer Island
Jordan (Long Beach, Ca.) OL Siosifa Tufunga – No game last week.
Next Game: Friday (9/17) at Warren
Stanwood (Wa.) OL Dexter Charles – Stanwood is 0-2 on the season after losing last week 40-23 to Sedro Woolley. Charles and the rest of the Spartans offensive line paved the way for nearly 200 yards rushing.
Next Game: Friday (9/17) at Mariner
Paramount (Ca.) OL Maataua Brown – Paramount won their first game of the season, a 24-7 win over Western. Brown posted 4 tackles and sack from his defensive tackle position while helping the Pirates post 300 yards of offense.
Next Game: Friday (9/17) at Bellflower
Graham-Kapowsin (Graham, Wa.) WR Jamaal Jones – Injured (shoulder) and will not play this season.
East Central (Fresno, Ca.) RB Brendon Bigelow – Could be out for the season as several reports have come out that he has apparently re-injured his knee.
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