This week's winners include a highly-coveted linebacker who tallied 20 tackles against a state powerhouse and a running back breaking loose for an 805 monster.
Here's the week six gold mines:
CALEB KELLY, OUTSIDE LINEBACKER, CLOVIS WEST
Despite losing 42-12 to the monster Edison-Fresno, Kelly had his best game - by far - this season as he finished with 20 tackles, nine solo stops, four tackles for a loss and one sack. Oh, the Class of 2016 prospect added his 16th offer from Penn State following that performance.
DERRICK PORTIS, RUNNING BACK, LOMPOC
Perennial Central Coast powerhouse Lompoc prevailed with its 42-22 home win against Righetti-Orcutt; and Portis was one chief reason why the Braves wore down the Warriors. Portis finished with 213 yards on 21 carries and scored three times.
STEVEN FRENCH, WIDE RECEIVER, CABRILLO-LOMPOC
Cabrillo fell to San Luis Obispo 40-35, but French gave the Tigers plenty of match up nightmares. He finished with 236 receiving yards on seven catches and scored twice.
DARICK AND DARNAY HOLMES, ATHLETES, NEWBURY PARK
The brothers scored a combined four touchdowns in Newbury Park's 42-17 romp of Simi Valley.
JOSEPH MCDANIEL, RUNNING BACK, HANFORD
McDaniel is a key component to the Bullpups' sudden rise this season. The junior rushed for 146 yards on 18 carries and scored twice during Hanford's 42-21 victory over El Diamante-Visalia, last season's Central Section Division II champion. McDaniel and the Bullpups are currently 6-0.
KHALIL HODGE, INSIDE LINEBACKER, ST. MARY'S-STOCKTON
Facing a traditional Merced County powerhouse in Buhach Colony of Atwater, the 6-foot, 218-pound Hodge made 21 tackles (14 solo) in the Rams' 45-30 victory.
CASEY BERNARDO, DEFENSIVE BACK, TULARE WESTERN
Bernardo got two sacks, recovered two fumbles and scored one rushing touchdown in the Mustangs' 40-0 shutout against Selma.
DESHAWN COLLINS, RUNNING BACK, GRANT-SACRAMENTO
Collins - playing in an undefeated showcase against Elk Grove in the state capitol - ran for 168 yards and scored two rushing touchdowns as Grant stayed undefeated by winning 26-19.