Each week we will be selecting players who produced stat sheet stuffing performances.  You now have the opportunity to vote and we will announce the top performance by all of the stat machines each Wednesday – Congratulations to our Week 10 Winners!

Past Winners
Week 9: Aajon Johnson (Menlo-Atherton)
Week 8: Marcelous Chester-Riley (Woodside)
Week 7: Jullen Ison (Moreau Catholic)

Week 6: Tyriq Mack (Heritage)
Week 5: Nick Zell (Heritage)
Week 4: Tariq Hollandsworth (Sacramento)
Week 3: Jordon Brookshire (Cardinal-Newman)
Week 2: JH Tevis (Menlo School)
Week 1: Montaz Thompson (Pittsburg)

What was the top performance from our Week 10 Stat Machines?

Graylon Lindsey III: 230 rushing yards, 4 TD
Dylan Eldred: 9 tackles, 5 TFL, 3 Sacks, 1 Blocked Punt
Davon Owens: 4 catches 88 yards 1 TD – 1/1, 30 yards, 1 TD, 1 Rush TD, 1 KR TD, 1 Int
Ronnie Rivers: 157 rush yards, 2 TD – 1 KR TD, 1 Pass TD
Levi Yeley: 200+ Yards Total Offense, 5 Total TD



5-8, 185 Senior RB Graylon Lindsey III (Sheldon – SJS) – The Senior RB continues to lead his Sheldon Huskies team by rushing for 230 yards and 4 TD’s in a win.

6-1, 215 Senior LB Dylan Eldred (Elk Grove – SJS) – Stud senior LB/ATH Dylan Eldred leads the Elk Grove defense by causing havoc all over the field.  In the win Friday night, Eldred recorded 9 tackles, 5 TFL, 3 Sacks and he blocked a punt.
5-11, 160 Senior WR/DB Davon Owens (Sacramento – SJS) – The senior athlete had one of the top overall performances of the season.  Davon was 1/1 passing for 30 yards and a TD, 1 rushing TD- 4 catches for 88 yards and a TD – 2 tackles, 1 Int, 1 FR and he also returned a kickoff 90 yards for TD giving him 4 Total TD’s on the night!

5-8, 170 Senior RB Ronnie Rivers (Freedom – NCS) – Possible NCS Player of the Year Rivers went off on Friday night against league rival Pittsburg.  Rivers carried the ball 25 times for 157 yards and 2 scores while also returning a kickoff for a score 97 yards.  Rivers also showed his versatility by going 1/1 passing for 9 yards and TD giving him 4 total TD’s.

6-2, 170 Senior ATH Levi Yeley (Healdsburg – NCS) – ATH Levi Yeley was unstoppable in the win versus Sonoma Academy.  In the first quarter Yeley caught a TD pass and then switched to QB where he rushed for almost 200 yards and 4 additional TD’s giving him 5 Total TD’s.