Football Players of the Week — Week 4
The Knights lost a heartbreaker to one of the top small schools in the state 42-35 in overtime, but there’s no arguing the sophomore receiver/safety proved he’s one of the top players in the county, if not the best already. He was virtually uncoverable and his final stat line read….14 receptions, 210 yards, 4 TD, 6 tackles and 1 diving interception in the end zone on defense.
SANTA FE CHRISTIAN
It was his first career varsity game. He was coming off a meniscus injury. Neither of those bothered him as he dominated in the Eagles’ 51-10 victory over Rancho Christian. He made 12 tackles (9 solo, 3 ast), had 3 tackles for a loss and also made 2 sacks. When asked by his peers and coaches who to nominate the vote was unanimously overwhelming for the sophomore.