Click on the newspaper links below the athlete’s name to read about their performance from Aug. 22-27, and then vote for who you think is best this week. The overall winner will be announced on Friday, Sept. 2.
In a high-scoring affair, LaBrie left his mark by scoring four touchdowns, rushing for 181 yards and blocking a punt that was recovered by teammate Bo Calvert in the end zone in a 65-55 season-opening victory over Chaminade.
Clemetson threw a school-record six touchdown passes in the Chargers’ 44-22 win over Northview. Four of Clemetson’s touchdown passes came in the first half and he finished with 314 yards.
Irwin led a stout Palos Verdes defensive effort, sacking Cal-bound QB Chase Garbers twice in the Sea Kings’ 42-20 win over Corona del Mar. Irwin had three tackles for a loss. On offense, Irwin caught a key 44-yard pass on a fourth-and-2 late in the third quarter to help set up a PV touchdown.
St. John Bosco
In his first official start at quarterback, Mitchell led his team to a 34-0 season-opening win over St. Xavier on Saturday at the University of Cincinnati Nippert Stadium as part of the 2016 GEICO ESPN High School Football Kickoff. On his first rush attempt, and just the second offensive play of the season for Bosco, Mitchell went untouched 98 yards for the opening touchdown.
In a 42-27 win over Eastvale Roosevelt, Wilson had 26 carries for 192 yards and three touchdowns. His presence was also felt on defense, where he made two tackles and defended two passes.
The 5-foot-11, 185-pound outside linebacker came up big Friday in the Spartans 21-6 season-opening upset of Chino. Camargo tallied 14 tackles, three of those for a loss, two sacks, caused a fumble and recovered another as the Spartans limited Chino’s vaunted double wing to just one touchdown.
The 6-foot, 190-pound senior rushed for 254 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries and had two touchdown receptions in the Wolverines’ 43-33 win over Long Beach Jordan. Among the touchdowns were a 74-yard run in the fourth quarter and a screen pass he turned into a 56-yard reception.
The running back-linebacker starred on both sides of the ball in the Patriots’ 21-0 victory Friday night over Great Oak. Luna carried the ball 17 times for 76 yards and a touchdown, and on defense, he had a six sacks.
Garcia got the Terriers’ 2016 campaign, and his first season as a varsity starter, off to a good start Friday with 343 passing yards and five touchdowns in a 42-7 nonleague win over Palm Springs at home.
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