This week's highlights: two PAC-12 recruits wore out their opponents in the Central Section. In Los Angeles County, a highly coveted Class of 2016 running back dashed to 386 yards against a state power.
Here's the week seven gold mines:
ANTHONY MARISCAL, ATHLETE, LIBERTY-BAKERSFIELD
The future Arizona Wildcat couldn't be tamed in the Patriots' 49-21 trouncing of Stockdale-Bakersfield. Mariscal ran for 121 yards on nine carries and scored twice. He also added an 86-yard kickoff return for the touchdown.
BOLU OLURUNFUNMI, RUNNING BACK, CLOVIS NORTH
Olurunfunmi continues to add to his already decorated prep career. The UCLA commit rushed for 260 yards on 18 carries and scored five touchdowns in the Broncos' 63-28 rout of Clovis East.
SEAN MCGREW, RUNNING BACK, ST. JOHN BOSCO-BELLFLOWER
In a heavyweight, high-scoring brawl between Bosco and Serra-San Juan Capistrano, it was the Braves moving to 6-1 overall and handing the dominant Serra its first loss of the season, a 49-44 shootout. McGrew, Class of 2016, was largely responsible for helping end Serra's fast start, with career-high's in rushing yards (386), carries (26) and touchdowns (five).
JOSEPH MCDANIEL, RUNNING BACK, HANFORD
McDaniel continues to power through defenses and keep Hanford's unbeaten run alive. The Bullpups improved to 8-0 overall behind McDaniel's 186 yards and five touchdowns in the 56-44 victory over Golden West-Visalia.
BRANDON JONES, QUARTERBACK, BAKERSFIELD CHRISTIAN
Jones only threw 17 passes, but completed 14 of them for 327 yards and had four touchdowns. The senior led BCHS to a 56-7 thumping of Shafter.
CORT GROATHOUSE, QUARTERBACK, LEMOORE
The dual-threat combined for 424 yards (341 passing) and four touchdowns as Lemoore stayed perfect at 8-0 following the Tigers' 49-15 rout of Mt. Whitney-Visalia.
DAWUUD DAVIS, DEFENSIVE TACKLE, DINUBA
Playing against a massive Kingsburg offensive line, the 6-foot-2, 275-pound Davis was Warren Sapp-like after getting three sacks in the Emperors' 34-21 victory.
KHALIL HODGE, LINEBACKER, ST. MARY'S-STOCKTON
Hodge continues to be an enforcer for the Rams' defense. The 6-foot, 218-pound senior had 19 tackles, 10 solo stops and one interception in St. Mary's 32-0 shutout victory over Tokay-Lodi.