Friday Night Phenoms - Bay Area, LA area

Isaac Dawid (pictured), Scotts Valley High School, completed nine of 13 passes for 106 yards and three scores and intercepted two passes on defense in a 61-14 win over Santa Cruz Harbor

Usua Amanam, Kevin Gonzales - San Jose Bellarmine Prep

Amanam ran 10 times for 95 yards and two scores and intercepted a pass and Gonzales had a key 31-yard scoring catch in a 26-21 win over Mountain View St. Francis before 5,000 fans.


Josh Uribe, Alonzo Parks, Ryan Medeiros, Jeff Hollenbeck - San Jose Santa Teresa

Uribe had a 95-yard interception return for a score and rushed 10 times for 91 yards. Parks had a 39-yard scoring run and a 20-yard scoring catch. Medeiros and Hollenbeck each had three sacks.


Marcos Garces, Charlie Findisen - Santa Clara Willow Glen

Garces had 101 yards and two scores on 17 carries and Findisen had seven tackles and two sacks in the Rams' 28-7 win over Overfelt.


Evan Warner, Trent Hart - Palo Alto

Warner had two long kick returns and Hart forced three fumbles in a 30-14 win over Mountain View.


Danny Ochoa, Nevin Gardiner - San Jose Oak Grove

Replacing injured QB Kevin Vye (separated shoulder), Ochoa completed a 77-yard pass to Nevin Gardiner to help the Eagles to a 28-21 win over Leigh.


Doug Webster - Leigh

Completed 12 of 24 passes for 247 yards and two scores in a 28-21 loss to Oak Grove.


Gino Delucchi - Santa Cruz

Completed five of nine passes for 134 yards and one score in a 35-34 win over rival Soquel. The Cardinals trailed by 20 points in this battle for "The Stump" before rallying. It was Santa Cruz's 11th win in the 45-year history of the rivalry.


Ben Passafuime - Soquel

Completed eight of 17 passes for 118 yards and three scores in the Knights' 35-34 loss to Santa Cruz.


Cody McGhee, Ian McGinnish - San Lorenzo Valley

McGhee ran for 111 yards on 29 carries and McGinnis completed 11 of 19 passes for 219 yards and two scores in a 35-28 win over traditional power Aptos, for the Cougars' first win of the season.


Reggie Topps - Castroville North Monterey County

Rushed for 128 yards and two scores in a 28-14 win over Watsonville.


Isaac Dawid, Kyle Hughes - Scotts Valley

Dawid completed nine of 13 passes for 106 yards and three scores and intercepted two passes on defense in a 61-14 win over Santa Cruz Harbor.

Hughes had 73 yards rushing.


Richie King - Santa Cruz Harbor

Had a 54-yard scoring run, a 73-yard scoring catch and had 191 yards rushing and receiving combined in a 61-14 loss to Scotts Valley.


Chris McCaffery, Carter McClennan - San Francisco St. Ignatius

McCaffery passes for 133 yards and a score and ran for 28 yards and a score in a 14-7 win over San Francisco Riordan to keep the Wildcats unbeaten (2-0) in the WCAL. McClennan caught a 73-yard scoring pass.


Darius Bell - San Francisco Riordan

Completed 10 of 22 passes for 157 yards in a 14-7 loss to St. Ignatius.


Enrique Ayalde, Bismark Navarro - San Francisco Lowell

Ayalde ran for 111 yards on 17 carries and Navarro 77 yards on 17 carried as the Cardinals edged San Francisco Lincoln 14-13.


David Henderson - San Francisco Lincoln

Rushed for 154 yards on 13 carries and scored twice in the Mustangs' 14-13 loss to Lowell.


Drew McAllister, Dustin Coldren, Rich Storlee - Monte Vista

McAllister completed 13 of 15 passes for 171 yards and three scores, Coldren had three scoring catches and Storless ran 19 times for 119 yards in a 28-7 win over Amador Valley.


Kavon Seaton - Vista Murrieta

Threw for 307 yards and five scores in a 50-7 victory over Murrieta Valley.


Joshua Nakamoto - Norco

Ran for 174 yards and two scores in a 22-14 win over Corona Santiago.


Oliver Petty - Moreno Valley Rancho Verde

Ran for 97 yards on seven carries in a 27-17 win over Canyon Springs.


Caleb Herring - Perris Citrus Hill

Completed 7 of 9 passes for three scores and 87 yards in a 50-7 win over Banning.


Willie Munford - Rialto Carter

Rushed for 119 yards on 21 carries as his team defeated intra-city foe Eisenhower 43-0.


Robert Fuller - San Bernardino

Completed 9 of 16 passes for 116 yards and two scores in a 43-25 win over San Bernardino Arroyo Valley.


Chasen Stangel - San Jacinto

Completed 11 of 20 for 198 yards and two scores and also ran for a score in a 26-14 win over Beaumont.


Pierre Girtley - Yucaipa

Passed for 58 yards and ran for 75 yards in a 15-9 loss to Redlands East Valley.


Chris Polk - Redlands East Valley

Caught 10 passes for 91 yards in a 15-9 win over Yucaipa.


Dwaine Radden - San Bernardino Aquinas

Had 142 yards rushing and one score on 17 carries in the Falcons' 33-28 win over Anza Hamilton.


D.J. Richardson - San Bernardino Pacific

Ran for 89 yards and one score in his team's 28-6 victory against Cajon.


Jesus Rubio - Jurupa Valley

Ran for 223 yards and four scores in a 43-27 win over Rubidoux.


DeLeon Eskridge - San Mateo Serra

Ran for 228 yards on 18 carries as his team rallied from a 20-point deficit to defeat San Jose Valley Christian 41-34.


Jack Forbes, Divine Copeland - Pacifica Terra Nova

Forbes recovered a fumble and had an interception while also running for 42 yards in his team's 13-0 win over South San Francisco. Copeland scored both touchdowns.


David Aknin - Belmont Carlmont

Ran for 216 yards and three scores and had 75 receiving yards and one TD catch in a 56-40 win over San Mateo Hillsdale.


Joe Ferrari, Brandon Council - San Mateo Hillsdale

Ferrari had two TD catches and Council had two scoring catches and one scoring run in a 56-40 loss to Belmont Carlmont.


Lopeti Taufoou, Jason Simpson - Woodside

Taufoou ran for 146 yards on 20 carries and scored three times in a 41-6 win over San Mateo. Simpson ran seven times for 94 yards and two scores.


Will Klein - Redwood City Sequoia

Ran 23 times for 251 yards and two scores in a 28-7 win over South San Francisco El Camino.


Mitchell Alioto, Nick Faamausilli - San Bruno Capuchino

Alioto ran for 187 yards and four scores and Faamausilli ran for 98 yards and one score in a 48-7 win over Daly City Jefferson.


Seta Pohahau, Alex Miller - San Mateo Aragon

Pohahau ran for 114 yards on 18 carries and scored three times and Miller threw for two scores as the Dons defeated Half Moon Bay 36-7.


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