For the entire academic year, we will provide a list of candidates who stood out from the previous week and will allow you, the readers, to vote for the winner.
This week, we look at performances between October 4-10.
Polling will close at 5 pm on Wednesday.
Until then, vote as many times as you want.
Candidates can be nominated for the Future Athlete of Saturday’s election. [email protected].
We also review the statistics submitted. Max Preps. By coach / team statistician.
Jaden Hall, Captrino Football: Passed for 262 passing yards and three touchdowns as Cupertino played at home, SCVAL remained unbeaten in the El Camino Division game with a 26-21 victory over Fremont-Sunnyvale.
Greg Hilderbrand, Menlo Water Polo: The senior scored 13 goals and assisted five in victories over St. Francis and Montevista. Hilderbrand led the Knights in goals (six) and assists (four) against Montevista.
Jordan Kennedy, de la Salle football: 43-yard field goal kick, 4 for 4 on extra points and four touchbacks in the first half to help de la Celle beat Folsom 31-10. Also averaged 31.33 yards on three points.
Jalen Moss, Menlo Atherton Football: For the second week in a row, Moss saved the Bears near the goal line at the end of the fourth quarter with an interception to secure the victory. On Friday, his selection led to a 47-46 victory over Half Moon Bay. Moss also caught nine passes for 117 yards and two TDs.
Frank Pine, Los Lumas Soccer: Running for 200 yards and two touchdowns in 31 yards, Los Lumas opened the Diablo Athletic League Fotal Division game with a 35-34 victory over Eccles.
Jack Quigley, San Ramon Valley Soccer: The East Bay Athletic League Mountain Division opener threw four touchdowns to lead the Wolves to a 41-13 victory over Amador Valley.
Jaden Rashada, Pittsburgh Football: Passed for 363 yards, completed 21 of 30 passes, and in five touchdowns, the Pirates won a 49-14 victory over Heritage in the Bay Valley Athletic League opener.
Tyson Wallace, Benevento Football: In the opener of the Diablo Athletic League Football Division, Benchia beat Campolando 35-0 and threw four touchdown passes.
Josiah Eger, Hillsdale Water Polo: Sophomore fills the state sheet. He had nine goals, four steals and a 17-7 victory over Sequoia. In a 25-6 victory over Prior, Yagar had 11 goals, four steels and two assists. Hillsdale starts this week with a 10-5 record.