|Bullard's Cameron Lamanuzzi (right) pulls down Clovis West running back Dakota Helms during the Knights' 42-28 victory over the Golden Eagles (photo credit: Eric Zamora/Fresno Bee).|
Week four gold mines:
ZACH ANGELLILO, MLB, SAN JOAQUIN MEMORIAL (FRESNO)
The 6-foot-1, 185-pound Angellilo was everywhere for the undefeated Panthers, as he recorded 10 tackles, one sack and one interception during SJM’s 28-20 victory over Sunnyside.
CAMERON LAMANUZZI, OLB, BULLARD (FRESNO)
Playing against an improved Clovis West team armed with speed everywhere through its spread offense approach, Lamanuzzi made 11 tackles in the Knights’ 42-28 win over the Golden Eagles.
JOSEPH “JOJO” MCDANIEL, RB, HANFORD
He’s probably the most underrated running back in the Central Section and his week four performance catapulted him to new heights, with 302 yards and three touchdowns as the Bullpups trounced in-city rival Hanford West 55-27.
CHARLES WILLIAMS, RB, BULLARD
Williams carved up a stout Clovis West defense for the second straight year, this time for 249 yards on 37 carries and three touchdowns.
ADRIAN MARTINEZ, QB, CLOVIS WEST
Despite the loss, Martinez has become one to watch for the Class of 2018, after combining for 351 yards and three touchdowns against Bullard.
RYAN MUSCARELLA, WR, CAMARILLO
Muscarella didn’t have a 100-yard night before the contest against Ventura, but wound up becoming the Scorpions’ most explosive playmaker on a team with several of them. The senior had 136 yards in one half and scored twice on three receptions in Camarillo’s 48-7 stomping of the Cougars.
BRONSON SMITH, DE, CAMARILLO
Smith collapsed the Ventura pocket and helped set the tone for the Cam defense, as he led an energetic run defense in the 41-point thumping.
JOEY DE LA ROSA, RB, ARROYO GRANDE
De La Rosa led a powering Eagle running attack against a high-octane St. Joseph (Santa Maria) team, as he averaged 8.3 yards per carry and scored three times in the 41-7 upset over the previously unbeaten Knights.
AUSTIN VREELAND, ATH, SANTA YNEZ
Vreeland touched the football 13 times and totaled 188 yards with two scores, as the Pirates improved to 5-0 with their 42-0 shutout of Fillmore.
ELIJAH DOTSON, RB, ANTELOPE
Dotson rumbled his way to 212 yards and three touchdowns in the 55-21 rout of Ponderosa.
NAPOLEAN KAUFMAN JR., WR, BISHOP O’DOWD (OAKLAND)
The son of the former Oakland Raider caught three passes for 98 yards and scored twice in O’Dowd’s 42-6 trouncing of Oakland Tech.