Week Seven's "Stars Of Friday Night"

The seventh full week of the season took place last weekend and several Golden State standouts had fine performances. Here are week seven's "Stars of Friday Night," GoldenStatePreps.com's weekly look at the California high school football standouts...

*Saugus quarterback Desi Rodriguez went over the 300 yard mark for total offense in Saugus' 66-24 win over West Ranch.  Rodriguez accounted for five touchdowns, with 158 yards rushing and 150 coming through the air on 8-for-8 passing.  Defensively, he added an interception.

*San Jose Valley Christian teammates, and brothers, Cameron and Byron Marshall combined for six touchdowns in a 47-14 win over St. Francis.  Cameron ran for 114 yards on 10 carries and scored four touchdowns while younger brother Byron caught a touchdown pass and ran one in.

*Montebello Cantwell Sacred Heart receiver Jeffrey Taylor had nine receptions for 112 yards and 10 tackles in a 28-7 win over San Pedro Mary Star of the Sea.

*Cody Jackson of San Mateo Serra engineered a big win for the Padres over San Jose Bellarmine Prep.  Doubtful for the game because of an ankle injury, Jackson rushed for three touchdowns and was 8-of-13 passing, and managed the Padres' offense in a 31-23 win over NorCal's top-ranked Bells.

*Clayton Valley running back Dozie Iwagwu kept CV unbeaten with a 29-carry, 159-yard, two touchdown night, helping CV rally to down Concord 29-22.

*Kingsburg quarterback Tyler Bray was 13-of-26 for 231 yards and three touchdowns and kicked a field goal, but it was Dylan Newbill who stole the show, catching eight passes for 159 yards including a big 35-yard touchdown to help Kingsburg to a 31-21 win over Central Valley Christian.

*Exeter running back Cameron Loeffler continued his monster season with another big game in the Monarchs 62-28 win over Selma.  Loeffler ran for 341 yards on 41 carries and scored five touchdowns, but more notably, went over the 5,000 yard career mark.

*On the other side was Selma's Adrian Pacheco, who started his big night by taking the opening kickoff back 92 yards for a score.  Pacheco ran for 232 yards and also had a rushing touchdown, but they couldn't hold on to a 21-0 lead.

*Stefphon Jefferson of Visalia El Diamante needed only one half to rush for 215 yards and four touchdowns, helping the Miners to a 56-13 win over Hanford West.  Quarterback Josh Lorentzen was 4-for-8 but threw for 174 yards and two touchdowns in the win.

*Fresno Edison quarterback Max Schuh was 17-for-25 for 245 yards and three touchdowns and junior receiver Tevin McDonald caught nine of those passes for 122 yards, while Rolando Jefferson added a 71-yard punt return for a score in the Tigers 30-26 win over Sanger.

*On the FSN Prime Ticket Game of the Week, Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos running back Arby Fields ran for 168 yards on 25 carries and scored two touchdowns on the ground, caught a touchdown pass from Richard Brehaut and had a 61-yard punt return for a score in a 41-28 win over Upland.

*Fountain Valley running back Kyle Middlebrooks rushed for 221 yards and scored the go-ahead touchdown for the Barons to lead them to a 22-21 win over Newport Harbor.

*Valencia running back Jordan Thompson ran 12 times for 140 yards but reached the end zone five times to help the Vikings to a 48-0 win over Golden Valley.


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