VOTE NOW: SoCal Prep Legends Boys Athlete of the Week

scpl pow boys

Click on the newspaper below the athletes name to read about their performance from Mar. 7 – Mar. 12., and then vote for who you think is best this week. The overall winner will be announced on Friday, Mar. 18.

Patrick Miller

Miller scored the decisive goal in the 72nd minute off a cross from Justin Ikeora to send Valencia to its first Southern California Regional championship with a 2-1 victory over host Godinez on Saturday.

David Singleton
Bishop Montgomery

Singleton had a team-high 27 points in Bishop Montgomery’s overtime victory over Westchester last week in the CIF State Open Division Regional playoffs. Singleton scored 10 points in the first quarter, including eight straight at one point, to help the Knights overcome a slow start.

Eyassu Worku
Los Alamitos

The senior UC Irvine-commit put up two huge performances to help extend his final high school season as the Griffins defeated Poway and Santa Margarita in the first two rounds of the CIF State Division II Playoffs. He had 23 points, six rebounds and seven assists Wednesday before tallying 20 points, eight rebounds, four assists and five steals Saturday night.

Zane Lindeman
La Salle

Lindeman took down one of the better teams in the Valley in South Hills this weekend. The Huskies had just beaten Mater Dei, but were no match for Lindeman. The right-hander needed only 70 pitches to dispatch of a South Hills team with several college commits to post a 3-2 win. Lindeman also worked a scoreless seventh to get a save vs. Arcadia earlier in the week.

Mitch McComber
Citrus Valley

McComber led the Blackhawks to a victory in their Citrus Belt League home opener over Redlands East Valley at Arrowhead Country Club, shooting a 39, the low score from both teams. McComber recorded three pars and two huge birdies over nine holes.

Joe Quintana

The 6-foot-2 guard propeled the Bearcats to Southern California regional playoff wins over La Jolla Country Day and Santa Barbara, averaging 24.5 points in those two. He chalked up 21 points, six rebounds, four assists and five steals in the 52-48 win over Country Day. Then in a 70-67 road upset of Santa Barbara, Quintana tossed in 28 points to lead all scorers.

Giovanni Daniel

Daniel was named the MVP of the San Gorgonio Tournament as the Cowboys went 5-0 in the tournament, defeating host San Gorgonio in the championship game Saturday, 13-0. In three tournament games for the week, Daniel was 5-for-8, scored five runs scored, a home run and three RBIs.

Bradley Spooner
El Toro

Spooner went 2-0 with two complete game shutouts. He allowed no runs, four hits, walked three and K’d 13. He allowed opposing batters to a 0.085 batting average.

[democracy id=”52″]