Sixteen players raised their level of play under the lights in week two. Here's who stood out in Cali Gold Mine's eyes:
RANEIL ROGERS, WIDE RECEIVER, WASHINGTON UNION
Rogers, a senior, had a breakout night of seven catches, 139 yards and two touchdowns in the Panthers' thrilling 48-42 overtime victory against Kingsburg.
JOSH SIERRA, QUARTERBACK, KINGSBURG
Despite the loss, a new quarterback star in K Town may have emerged in Sierra, who threw for 296 yards and had four touchdown throws.
EMMETT BROOKS, WIDE RECEIVER, KINGSBURG
Brooks was Sierra's top playmaker with eight catches, 172 yards and two touchdowns in the overtime loss.
JESUS JIMENEZ, RUNNING BACK, MADERA
Jimenez has been the most dangerous playmaker in the Coyotes' fast paced Pistol Wing-T offense, as the senior ran for 227 yards on 29 carries and scored four touchdowns, as Madera held off Reedley 42-29.
GREG QUEZADA, RUNNING BACK, REEDLEY
Quezada went from being held to nine carries, 17 yards in the Pirates' opening 42-14 loss to Dinuba on Sept. 5 to being the big 6-foot, 209-pound freight train who kept RHS in its contest against Madera. The senior finished with 202 yards on 17 carries and scored twice in the loss for RHS. Quezada's 202 yards is a varsity career-high for him.
SAM METCALF AND JOSEPH VELACRUZ, QUARTERBACK AND WIDE RECEIVER, FARMERSVILLE
Metcalf is in the Central Section record books, after slinging 481 yards in the 51-21 rout of Woodlake, which now puts him at a section record of 9,411 career yards. Velacruz finished with nine catches for 273 yards.
BOLU OLURUNFUNMI, RUNNING BACK, CLOVIS NORTH
The UCLA commit powered his way to 185 yards - including the game-winning two-point conversion run - as the Broncos escaped Buhach Colony-Atwater with a 36-35 victory.
TYLER HORTON AND JU'WAN MURPHY, ATHLETES, EDISON-FRESNO
Horton scored twice on a 91-yard kick return and 18-yard reception, while Murphy caught three passes for 63 yards and returned a 48-yard interception for the touchdown, as the Tigers improved to 3-0 with their 44-34 win over Merced.
TATE NELSON, LINEBACKER, CENTRAL VALLEY CHRISTIAN-VISALIA
The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Nelson finished with 13 tackles, five for a loss and two sacks as the Cavaliers improved to 3-0 with their 51-6 victory over Lindsay.
CHRISTIAN ERICKSON, RUNNING BACK, PASO ROBLES
The 2017 prospect had 117 yards and three touchdowns, all in one half. The Bearcats cruised to a 45-6 rout of Cabrillo of Lompoc and now sit at 3-0.
LEANDRE JEFFERSON, ATHLETE, MISSION OAK-TULARE
Jefferson scored five times -three rushing and two receiving - as the Hawks got their revenge against Bakersfield Christian 42-30 on Sept. 13. The game was a rematch of the section Division IV championship.
MALCOLM WILLIAMS, RUNNING BACK, SUNNYSIDE
Known as "Smash" at Sunnyside, Williams smashed his way to 340 yards rushing and five touchdowns as the Wildcats defeated Mt. Whitney-Visalia 53-35.
ZACK FRAZIER AND ALLEN PERRYMAN, DEFENSIVE END AND FREE SAFETY, LEMOORE
Frazier finished with five sacks, while Perryman grabbed three interceptions as the Tigers moved to 3-0 following their 21-3 victory over Buchanan-Clovis.