A look at some of the top JUCO quarterback performances from last weekend

Here's a look at some of the top JUCO running back performances from last week including Moorpark's Kado Brown (pictured) who helped lead the Raiders to a 41-38 upset win over Cerritos...

* = freshman

Southern California

Kado Brown (Moorpark) (6-0,180) - Brown, an Army bounceback, had a huge game for the Raiders in their 41-38 overtime win over Cerrritos. Brown’s passing wasn’t great as he went 12 of 23 for 127 yards with no touchdowns and three picks, but it was on the ground where he had his biggest impact, carrying the rock 28 times for 208 yards and four scores.

Levi Plante (Chaffey) (6-4, 220) - Plante went 17 of 25 for 206 yards with a touchdown and an interception, but he also rushed for 102 yards and a touchdown as Chaffey got a decisive 32-14 win over El Camino.

Johnny Stanton (Saddleback) (6-2, 225) - Stanton finished 31 of 48 for 347 yards and two touchdowns, he also ran for a score, in Saddleback’s 39-36 win over Fullerton.

Trey Tinsley (Fullerton) (6-3, 205)* - The freshman wound up 18 of 33 for 322 yards with two touchdowns and an interception in the Hornets’ 39-36 loss to Saddleback.

Blake Shepherd (Antelope Valley) (6-2, 210) - Shepherd went 24 of 39 for 385 yards and three touchdowns in AVC’s heart-breaking 41-38 loss to Santa Barbara.

Alexander Cuevas (Santa Barbara) (6-1, 205) - Cuevas finished his day 19 of 34 for 349 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions while rushing for 35 yards and another score in the Vaqueros’ 41-38 win over Antelope Valley.

Devon Dunn (College of the Canyons) (5-11, 205) - Dunn did all he could, hitting on 29 of his 43 attempts for 468 yards and three touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough as COC lost to Ventura by a score of 54-48.

Sam Allen (Victor Valley) (6-3, 210)* - All finished 22 of 38 for 383 yards and four touchdowns in Victor Valley’s 42-15 win over Mt. san Jacinto.

Ty Gangi (Ventura) (6-4, 215) - Gangi went 35 of 53 for 438 yards and four touchdowns in Ventura’s thrilling 54-48 win over College of the Canyons.

Jett Even (Pasadena) (6-5, 205)* - Even finished his day 18 of 31 for 283 yards and four touchdowns Pasadena’s in 62-27 loss to Allan Hancock.

Ian Fieber (Riverside) (6-1, 195) - Fieber went 33 of 41 for 342 yards and four touchdowns in Riverside’s 34-14 win over Long Beach.

Adam Vance (Golden West) (6-2, 205)* - The freshman went 16 of 24 for 335 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in the Rustlers’ 34-21 win over Palomar.

Austin Early (Palomar) (6-0, 165) - Early completed 35 of his 48 pass attempts for 353 yards and three touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough as Palomar lost to Golden West by a score of 34-21.

Northern California

Chasen Gempeler (College of the Redwoods) (6-1, 195) - Gempeler hit on 37 of his 48 pass attempts for 538 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions in his team’s 35-28 loss to Los Medanos.

Anthony Gordon (CCSF) (6-3, 180)* - The freshman went 17 of 26 for 328 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions in the Rams’ 44-7 win over Diablo Valley.

Christian Rossi (Fresno) (6-3, 210) - The sophomore hit on 18 of his 40 pass attempts for 306 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions, but Fresno City still dropped their game with San Joaquin Delta by a score of 47-40.

Jihad Vercher (American River) (6-1, 200) - Vercher went 14 of 26 for 257 yards and four touchdowns in ARC’s 47-22 win over Sierra.

Taylor Laird (Sac City) (6-3, 230) - Laird went 25 of 44 for 330 yards with two touchdowns and a pick in Sac City’s 27-22 loss to Butte.

Trey Cooper (Modesto) (6-3, 225) - Cooper was a threat as both a passer and a runner, finishing with 132 yards and two touchdowns on the ground while completing 26 of his 41 pass attempts for 313 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions.

Jose Ferreira (Chabot) (6-3, 200) - Ferreira managed to complete 26 of his 31 attempts for 371 yards with three scores and a pick in Chabot’s 60-53 win over Modesto.

Iowa 

Jujuan Young-Battle (Ellsworth) (6-0, 171) - The sophomore went 27 of 44 for 430 yards with four touchdown passes while also rushing for 78 more yards in the Panthers' 42-35 win over Hutchinson.

WSFL (Arizona/Utah/New Mexico)

Conner Cramer (New Mexico Military) (6-3, 195) - Cramer completed 25 of his 49 attempts for 468 yards with six touchdowns and an interceptions while also rushing for 35 more yards, but it wasn't enough as the Broncos lost to Snow by a score of 58-38.

Stefan Cantwell (Snow) (6-2, 229) - Cantwell went 25 of 35 for 346 yards with four touchdowns and a pick and he rushed for 89 yards and a touchdown in Snow's 58-38 win over NMMI.

Donovan Moore (Pima) (5-9, 180) - The dual-threat signal-caller accounted for 346 yard offense in Pima's big 1713 win over Arizona Western going 16 of 26 for 171 yards passing while carrying the ball 24 times for 174 yards and a score.

Independants

Anthony Cruz (Globe) (6-5, 210) - Cruz completed 17 of his 28 pass attempts for 346 yards, four touchdowns and an interception while also rushing for 67 yards in Globe's 43-38 win over ASA-New York.

Minnesota 

Nick Rooney (Rochester) (6-2, 195) - Rooney was nearly perfect, going 24 of 29 367 yards and seven touchdowns in Rochester's 55-0 win over Dakota-Bottineau.

NEFC (Northeast)

Anthony Robbins (Nassau) (6-2, 206) - The sophomore went 12 of 16 for 266 yards and three touchdowns in Nassau's 68-41 win over Louisburg.


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