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Bryant became the latest San Fernando running back to deliver this season with 145 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 12 carries in the Tigers’ 63-0 win over Canoga Park Friday.
Amon-Ra St. Brown
He had eight receptions for 206 yards and two touchdowns and returned a punt 51 yards for a touchdown in a 31-21 win over St. John Bosco. The 6-foot, 175-pound senior receiver has 24 receptions for 462 yards and eight touchdowns over four games. He has scholarship offers from several schools, including UCLA and USC. St. Brown is averaging 116 receiving yards a game and 19 yards a reception.
The 5-foot-9, 204-pound running back rushed for 242 yards and five touchdowns on 34 carries and caught two passes for 322 yards in the Eagles’ 66-63 Baseline League win over Chino Hills on Friday night. His scoring runs were 1, 2, 4, 7, 46 yards. It marked his third straight game with more than 200 yards. He has 1,182 yards with 13 touchdowns on 181 carries this season.
Ober rushed for three touchdowns and threw another as the Warriors erased a 21-point halftime deficit and rallied to beat Hillcrest, 36-35, in a River Valley League game. Ober tossed a 4-yard pass to Zach Stauffer with 11.9 seconds remaining, and he ran in a two-point conversion for the deciding points. Ober set a school record with 50 carries and finished with a career-high 236 yards on the ground.
Brumfield passed for 311 yards and five touchdowns and rushed for another touchdown to lead the Cavaliers to the 44-22 Mission League victory over Notre Dame, Friday. Brumfield has passed for eight touchdowns in his three starts filling in for Blaze McKibbin. All three of his starts have come in Mission League play.
Redlands East Valley
The Wildcats standout finished second in a field of 76 runners in the Boys Sweepstakes race at the Inland Empire Challenge on Saturday at Glen Helen Regional Park with a three-mile time of 14:50. The only runner ahead of him was Roosevelt’s Tyler Spencer (14:47). Opsahl’s finish helped REV to a third-place finish in the 11-team event.
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