Weekly Top Performances (9-9-03)

This is our weekly look at top performers from the past weekend. Siskiyous running back, Keith Cage, rambled for 245 yards on 33 efforts including a 93-yd TD run, in a 19-15 win over Redwoods. And NW Mississippi linebacker LB Terrence Smith (6-3, 235) had 11 tackles, 3 for loss, and a sack in the Rangers' 23-8 win over Hinds.

QUARTERBACKS

Robert Johnson, REEDLEY, 6-2, 190, went 23 for 30 for 410 yds, 2 TDs and ran  6 for 21 and another score vs. Antelope Valley.

Matt Engle, EL CAMINO, 6-0, 190, Fr. 25 of 36 for 371 and 5 TDs in college debut win over Ventura. 

Devin Hollins, 6-2, 200 Fr. for WEST LOS ANGELES, 23 of 33 for 322 and 3 TDs in loss to Golden West. 

Nick Smith, CISCO, 6-3, 205, 26 of 32 for 320 yds and 3 TDs in 34-10 triumph over Ranger.

George Valos, 6-3, 232 BAKERSFIELD, 19 of 29 for 302 and 4 TDs (26, 40, 64) in 35-16 win over Long Beach.

BUTLER COUNTY QB Chad Willmott, 6-4, 210, was 16 of 28 for 326 and 3 TDs vs. Trinity Valley in the opener and came back with 14 of 20 for 301 and 4 TDs in just 2 quarters vs. Highland

Anthony Johnson, 6-3, 220, PEARL RIVER, went 10 for 18 for 233 yds and 4 TDs in  43-3 win over Northeast

RUNNING BACKS

Edric Prim, L.A.VALLEY, 5-8, 192, 22 carries for 179 yds and 2 scores in 25-21 win over San Diego Mesa

Leneric Edwards, TRINITY VALLEY, the SWJCFC rushing leader with 39-322-8,3, piled up 177 vs. Paul Quinn 59-13.    

Jason Jackson, LAKAWANNA lugged the ball 30 times for 170 yds and 2 TDs of 42 and 1 yds.

Dante Mathis, GOLDEN WEST RB, 24 for 169, 4 TDs and 252 total yds in 43-40 win over West L.A.

Quinton Ganther, CITRUS, named last week to our preseason All-American team, 26 for 155 and 2 in win over Victor Valley.

HUTCHINSON  had 2 RBs go over 100 yds.  Leonard Brice,  6-2, 220, was 19-148 with 3 catches for 22 and EJ Tagatac, 5-10, 215 and 4 for 72 on receptions and 16 for 112 rushing in 44-35 win over Fort Scott.

NASSAU had 2 RBs over 100.  Omar Palmer 2 TDs, a 2 PT PAT 22 for 112 and Brandon Lucas, 9 for 111 in win over Morrisville

Marteell Smith, MINNESOTA WEST, 29 for 156 yds 2 TDs, 24-8 over Rainey River.

Dartangan Johnson, 6-1, 200 Fr. SANTA ANA 32 carries for 144 yds 3 TDs and 2 catches for 48, 35-19 over LA Pierce.

Andre Hall, GARDEN CITY, 23 carries for 112 yds vs. Coffeyville.

Charles Long, INDEPENDENCE, 22 attempts for 143 yds and 2 TDs in 20-17 upset of Dodge City.

SEQUOIAS Mulivai Pula, 11 trips for 139 yds and TDs of 22, 9 and 40 yds in 28-14 triumph over San Jose.

Lawrence Letuli, PALOMAR, 5-8, 190, 24 for 155 yds and a TD in 34-10 win over Mt. San Jacinto

Joe Harris, BUTLER COUNTY 30 for 145-1 vs. Trinity Valley and then came back with a 12-128 performance vs. Highland.

Brent Briggs, FORT SCOTT, 18 carries for 148 yds including a 77-yd TD run in loss to Hutchinson.

Jeff Dixon, 6-1, 215, SADDLEBACK SS/RB carried twice for 20 yds and a TD and returned a fumble 24 yds for a TD.

RECEIVERS

Steve Banks, LACKAWANNA, WR caught 4 passes for a school record 180 yds and a TD 40-29 over Bucknell JVs.

Larry Brackins, 6-5, 220, PEARL RIVER, hauled in 5 passes for 152 yards and 3 touchdowns

Jahlamb Sinclair, SANTA MONICA WR caught 8 passes for 142 yds in 28-14 loss to Southwestern.

WR Mike Willis 4 catches for LONG BEACH for 141 yds, two on long spectacular leaping catches.

Gabe Hackett, SACRAMENTO, 6-3, 191, hauled in 12 passes for 89 yds and 2 scores in loss to Fresno

DEFENSE

Domata Peko, CANYONS DT, 6-4, 280 from American Samoa, 5 tackles, 3 solo, 1.5 sacks in 37-7 win over Pasadena.

Marcus Saul, EAST L.A. DB 2 picks, one on last play of game and helped hold Hancock to just 76 rushing and 83 passing.

LB Joe Artis, 6-1, 220 Fr. L.A. SOUTHWEST 17 solo and 6 assists and helped hold San Bernardino to under 200 total yds

Randy Kelly, 6-0, 187 Fr. SS COFFEYVILLE, totaled 13 tackles, 1 for a loss, 2 passes broken up in 23-7 win over Garden City

LB Miles Bush, SOUTHWESTERN, had 8 tackles, 1 for a loss, 2 assists, caused a fumble, a sack and a safety vs. Santa Monica

LB Sosiua Sekona, 6-0, 235, had 5 tackles, a sack and recovered a fumble in GROSSMONT's 17-10 win over Riverside.

LB Carlton Baker, HUTCHINSON, 6-2, 240, 11 tackles, 6 TFL for minus 30 yds and 3 sacks for 126.

FULLERTON LB John Morris, 6-2, 245, a Fresno State bounceback, 9 solo, 7 assists, 5 TFL, 3 sacks (–14) and a pass breakup.

DT Greg Powell, MESABI RANGE, 2 solo, 12 assists, 3 Ts for loss, a fumble recovery, interception returned for TD vs Ridgewater

DT Octavius Winston, FERGUS FALLS, 3.5 sacks, 4 TFL to lead win 20-12 over Hibbing.

N.E. OKLAHOMA DB Kenneth West, 6-0, 180, 8 solo, 7 assists, 1 TFL, and an interception, 16-7 over Air Force Prep.

Jesus Villasenor, NAVARRO LB, was in on 25 tackles in loss to Georgia Military.

Deverett Wade 5-11, 205 TYLER LB picked off 2 passes and made 7 tackles.

MT. SAN ANTONIO DE Nau Tafisi, 6-2, 240 Fr. DE, 3 solo stops, a sack, 3 hurries, a fumble recovery returned for a TD.

Michael Hicks, CERRITOS, CB, 6-1, 200, 72-yd interception for a score, fumble recovery and 7 tackles in loss to Chaffey.

OTHERS

Reggie Lindsey, SOUTHWEST MISS WR returned 3 kickoffs 111 yds, one a 65-yd TD, 43-6 over Coahoma

LaMark Henderson, WEST L.A. 324 total yds, 11 catches for 145-1, 1 carry 8 yds, 4 KOR 167-1 TD of 102, 3 PR for 24.

Ismael Arrenaviz, BAKERSFIELD 5-8, 156 speedster caught 4 passes for 119 yds, had a PR for 22 and 3 KOR for 85.

Paul Soliai, 6-4, 335, OT, C Taylor Lewis, 6-0, 235 and Fr. G Beau Conklin, 6-0, 290, keys to successive 190- and 177-yard rushing games for COFFEYVILLE.

CHAFFEY K Jarrod Jakubiak, 6-1, 190, kicked 4 field goals of 35,35,37 and 29 yds in win over Cerritos

Ryan Lux, 6-3, 215, PALOMAR K, FGs of 29 and 40, 4-4 PTs and 6 of 7 kickoffs into or thru the end zone.

FULLERTON P.K. Sam Paulesco, 6-0, 185, 7 punts for 47.6 avg., 4-4 PATs, and 3 kickoffs into or over the end zone.

LATE NOTES:  It's not recommended, but we took in three JC games last Saturday.  Compton @ Fullerton, Bakersfield @ Long Beach and Canyons @ Pasadena.  California JCs have gone to 1pm, 3pm, 5/6pm and 7 pm starts and we didn't want to miss the crossover games.  Some fine athletes, lots of penalties (Pasadena and the Oakland Raiders were close).  Fullerton and Bakersfield pulled off surprises and look like they will be contenders. Canyons was not a surprise, only the score.  They are big and very quick.


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