Some of this week's highlights? A future UCLA Bruin takes over his game against a red-hot Central-Fresno team and a future Fresno State Bulldog defensive back goes over 200 yards while lining up in Edison-Fresno's backfield.
Here's this week's gold mines:
BOLU OLURUNFUNMI, RUNNING BACK, CLOVIS NORTH
Down 12-0 early against Central-Fresno, the Broncos turned to their speed and work horse Olurunfunmi; and the UCLA recruit responded with 269 rushing yards and three touchdowns that went past 40 yards, as CN cruised to the 41-15 rout and took control of first place in the Tri River Athletic Conference.
ROMELLO HARRIS, RUNNING BACK, TULARE UNION
Harris shattered a school record with a monumental 402 yards in Tulare Union's 55-34 shootout victory over Porterville to move to 3-0 in the East Yosemite League.
ISAIAH JONES, RUNNING BACK, PORTERVILLE
If it weren't for Harris' majestic night, Jones would've gotten the spotlight for running backs in the Tulare-Porterville matchup. Nonetheless, Jones gets credit for his 345-yard evening with four touchdowns.
A.J. GREELEY, ATHLETE, EDISON-FRESNO
Greeley, currently committed to Fresno State as a defensive back, gained 211 yards on just nine carries and scored three times in the Tigers' 52-7 rout of Madera South.
KORDELL HOFFMAN AND WALTER SEGAL, QUARTERBACK AND LINEBACKER, CLOVIS WEST
Hoffman combined for five touchdowns (three rushing, two passing) while Segal recorded 10 tackles, four solo stops and three sacks in CW's 42-26 victory over Clovis East.
MONDO MANSERA, RUNNING BACK, PIONEER VALLEY-SANTA MARIA
The underrated 5-foot-9, 165-pound Mansera ran through Santa Ynez for five touchdowns - all in the first half - and finished with 231 rushing yards on 27 carries as the Panthers cruised to the 47-7 trouncing.
BEAU BISHARAT, RUNNING BACK, JESUIT-CARMICHAEL
The rising Class of 2016 prospect averaged over 11 yards per carry in Jesuit's 35-19 victory over Franklin in a key match up between Sacramento region powerhouses. Bisharat finished with 180 yards and scored two touchdowns on runs of 78 and 54 yards.
MICHAEL PITTMAN JR., WIDE RECEIVER, OAKS CHRISTIAN-WESTLAKE VILLAGE
Despite falling late to St. Bonaventure-Ventura 21-17 in a battle between two Ventura County heavyweights, Pittman Jr. didn't disappoint in front of the Fox Sports television cameras. The UCLA commit caught five passes for 144 yards and scored twice. He showed his athleticism on both touchdowns: his 3-yard score saw him leap over a defender's back in man coverage and fall down on his side, but still maintained possession of the football. His second touchdown saw him blaze past the cornerback and safety in zone coverage for the 50-yard bomb.