Navarro RB Keaun Kinner – Kinner had a huge game last weekend, posting 270 yards and three touchdowns (3, 62, 7), but Navarro still fell by a score of 66-30 to Trinity Valley. In three games so far this season, the sophomore has posted 541 yards and eight touchdowns.
Hutchinson RB Travis Custis – Custis, a bounceback from Georgia Tech, totaled 146 yards and two touchdowns on just 13 carries in Hutch’s 55-10 win over Fort Scott.
Hutchinson RB Alvin Kamara – The freshman rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries in the Blue Dragons’ 55-10 win over Fort Scott.
Mesa RB Carlton Williams – The T-Birds got their first win of the season, a 21-10 victory over Phoenix, and Williams did he best to get them to the promised land, carrying the ball 33 times for 146 yards and a touchdown.
Pearl River RB Darrell Robinson – Robinson carried the ball 32 times for 114 yards and two touchdowns in Pearl Rivers’ 28-14 win over Holmes.
East Central RB Lamarcus Franks – The diminutive sophomore played huge for the Warriors last Thursday night, toting the rock 17 times for 116 yards in EC’s 35-14 win over Coahoma.
ASA RB Joseph Williams – Williams had 178 yards and two touchdowns on just 10 carries and he also added in two receptions for 26 yards and another score in ASA’s 48-21 win over Erie.
Lackawanna RB Gary Gore – Gore led the way on the ground last week by rushing for 111 yards and two scores in the Falcons’ win over Globe Institute of Technology.
Dodge City RB Keymonne Gabriel – The sophomore tailback had 114 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries in the Conquistadors’ 41-21 win over Garden City.
El Camino RB A HREF=//jcfootball.scout.com/a.z?s=87&p=8&c=1&nid=7682627>Kendell Sparks – Sparks rushed for 119 yards and a touchdown in the Warriors’ 37-20 win over Pasadena.
Mt. San Jacinto RB Eddy Williams – Williams really carried the water for the Eagles on offense, toting the rock 28 times for 133 yards in their 27-20 loss to Antelope Valley.
Contra Costa RB Henry Holcombe – The the Comets’ 36-14 win over Cabrillo, Holcombe totaled 125 yards on 20 carries.
Reedley RB Jason Pierre – Pierre helped Reedley get off to a good start on the 2014 season, a 37-16 win over Mendocino, by rushing for 167 yards and a touchdown.
San Diego Mesa RB Anastacio Romo – Mesa lost to L.A. Valley by a score of 21-16, but Romo still had a solid evening, carrying the ball 26 times for 114 yards.
Orange Coast RB Daniel Rodriguez – The talented freshman had 16 carries for 145 yards and scored twice (66, 2) but OCC still dropped their game with Chaffey by a score of 17-14.
Fullerton RB Khalil Wilson – The freshman who is explosive for a player who tips the scales at 245 pounds while measuring in at just 5’8” got just 11 carries, but he still managed to post 100 yards on the ground and a touchdown.
Fresno RB Jeremy Smith – Yet another talented freshman, Smith carried the ball just six times, but he still managed to amass 101 yards and two touchdowns (69, 4) in mop up duty as the Rams blew out DeAnza 53-9.
Sac City RB Henry Enyenihi – Enyenihi did all he could, rushing for 107 yards on 20 carries and hauling in three passes for 11 more yards, but it wasn’t enough as Sac City fell to Laney by a score of 48-33.
San Bernardino RB Alijah Watson – San Bernardino had a great game on the ground, totaling 254 in their 18-10 win over Santa Barbara. Watson led the way with 112 yards on 15 carries.
San Bernardino RB Kendrick Dorn – Dorn was the other part of the SBVC ground attack as he carried the rock 18 times for 111 yards and a touchdown in the win.
Desert RB Cyril Brathwaite – Desert won almost every important stat except the one on the scoreboard that read Santa Monica 53 Desert 39. Brathwaite had a solid game in the loss, rushing for 128 yards on 25 carries.
Desert RB Terry Lewis – Lewis also had a nice day for the Roadrunners, carrying the ball 16 times for 110 yards and a score, but his team still fell to Santa Monica by a score of 53-39.
Butte RB Marvel Harris – If you were wondering who might take over the reigns of the Butte rushing attack now that Kendall Williams will miss the entire season with a hip injury, you probably got your answer as Harris, a sophomore, managed to post 134 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries.
City College of San Francisco RB Elijah Dale – Dale looked great in his first game for the Rams. The freshman totaled 134 yards and four touchdowns as they blew out Sierra by a score of 52-14.
College of San Mateo RB Michael Latu – Latu was a real workhorse for the Bulldogs in their 31-1 shellacking of College of the Siskiyous, rushing for 137 yards and two scores on 17 carries.
Feather River RB Tonio Burton – Burton’s freshman debut was successful individually – 16 carries for 196 yards and two scores – but his team still dropped their game with Diablo Valley by a score of 54-18.
L.A. Harbor RB Darren Walker – Walker rushed for 117 yards, but Harbor still dropped their game with Golden West by a score of 47-13.
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