NEW #SCPLTop10 PLAYS OF THE WEEK voting poll.
Every week SoCal Prep Legends will release the best plays from the week prior and put them to a vote.
At the end of each week (Friday), we will crown the the play with the most votes as the No.1 SCPL Play of the Week in our #SCPLTop10 Countdown.
Watch each play and take your vote at the bottom! #SCPLTop10
Josh Brown, the Arizona-commit, had two takeaways including an interception returned for a touchdown in LB Poly’s 77-0 win over Cabrillo.
Long Beach Wilson’s Jacobi Hardy with a 56-yard TD catch and run in Wilson’s 50-0 win over Jordan.
Valencia’s Jayvaun Wilson had a 54-yard touchdown run in team’s loss to Calabasas. Younger brother of Arizona State’s Jay Jay Wilson.
Not known for his legs, Calabasas quarterback (and Nebraska commit) Tristan Gebbia ran for 35 yards to keep a drive alive. Gebbia also threw for over 500 yards in the 37-21 win over Valencia.
Rafael Ramos returns this interception for six points in Capistrano Valley’s 30-7 win over Cypress.
Sylmar quarterback Angel Vizcarra found David Ruiz in the back left corner of the end zone in the first half of Sylmar’s win over Van Nuys 28-9.
On a fourth down with the game on the line and his team trailing, Narbonne QB Jalen Chatman scrambles and finds a leaping Tyrone Marshall in the end zone for the game-winning 26-yard touchdown pass. Narbonne would win the game 13-6.
In a high scoring affair with St. Anthony, Valley Christian’s Clay D’amico nails a 50-yard FG with ease. Something you don’t see too often at the high school level.
Valencia sophomore Mykael Wright had a one-handed interception against Calabasas in the first half of our SCPL Game of the Week. Calabasas would go on to win, 37-21.
Crespi’s Patrick McNamara scores winning goal with four seconds left for 12-11 win at Moorpark.
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