Ayala RB Marquis Monroe named Southern California High School Athlete of the Week by SBLive

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Congratulations to running back Ayala Marquis Monroe on being elected SBLive’s Southern California High School Athlete of the Week August 15-20!

Monroe rushed for 216 yards and a touchdown on ten carries in Ayala’s opening week win over Torrey Pines.

The junior beat second place by over 3,000 votes, receiving 55.21% of the total vote.

We are currently accepting Southern California Athlete of the Week nominations. If you would like to nominate an athlete, please email [email protected] or message us on Twitter or Instagram at @sbliveca.

Here are the other athletes who have been nominated for the week of August 15-20:

Sean Kagen, LB/RB Catholic Cathedral: Kagen had 17 tackles, two sacks and a rushing touchdown in an opening week win over Mater Dei Catholic.

Madden Faraimo, LB/DB Catholic Cathedral: Faraimo had 12 tackles, two interceptions and a fumble recovery in Saturday’s win over Mater Dei Catholic.

Parker Awad, Edison QB: Awad completed 15 of 17 passes against Venice, finishing with 285 yards and five touchdowns.

Delon Thompson, RB St. Bonaventure: Thompson had 262 yards and two touchdowns against Inglewood.

West Ranch QB Ryan Staub: Staub passed for 325 yards and had six passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown in a win over St. Francis.

Chaz Hilst, West Ranch WR: Hilst was on the receiving end of Staub’s big game, finishing with six catches for 90 yards and three touchdowns.

Cavin Ross, Lompoc quarterback: Ross had a huge opener, passing for 389 yards and five touchdowns while rushing for two touchdowns.

Preston Scott, Lemoore ATH: Scott passed for 270 all-purpose yards Friday night. He returned three punts for touchdowns, a kickoff for a touchdown and caught a touchdown against Selma.

Rex Barrera, Lutheran Orange RB: Barrera had 109 total yards and three touchdowns in Friday’s win over Serra.

Delano Franklin, Bishop Amat WR: Franklin had four catches for 126 yards and two touchdowns against Valencia.

Matthew Barton, Mt. Miguel QB: Barton passed for 161 yards and five touchdowns in Thursday’s shutout against Sweetwater.

Isaiah Sutton, Kearny WR: Sutton had 13 catches for 204 yards and a touchdown in Friday’s 35-30 win over San Ysidro.

Charlie Sullivan, Central RB: Sullivan rushed for 258 yards and three touchdowns on 21 carries in Friday’s win over Mt. Carmel.

Christian Guarascio, Dana Hills AR: Guarascio had 273 total yards and two rushing touchdowns in Friday’s win over University.

St. Paul QB Andrew Maushardt: Maushardt had 250 passing yards, four passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown against Vista.

Chris Williams, Francis Parker ATH: Williams had 455 all-purpose yards, scoring six rushing touchdowns and one interception return for a touchdown against Pasadena Poly.

Kobe Boykin, Orange RB: Boykin caught and ran for a touchdown and over 100 yards in a 42-7 rout of Pacifica (Garden Grove).

Key data, Steele Canyon RB: Givens rushed for 232 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 18 yards per carry against Heritage.

Brady Allen, Point Loma ATH: Allen had a rushing touchdown, a receiving touchdown and an interception against Santana.

Angelino Trapasso, Rancho Buena Vista RB: Trapasso had 252 rushing yards and five touchdowns in Castle Park’s shutout on Friday.

Travis Wood, Tesoro RB: Wood had 252 yards and a touchdown in Friday’s 35-33 win over La Costa Canyon.

Kreet Makihele, QB of San Marcos: Freshman Makihele had 385 yards and five touchdowns in his debut for the Knights.

Joshua Ball, San Marcos WR: Ball had eight catches for 223 yards and three touchdowns against Rancho Bernardo.

Marquis Monroe, Ayala RB: Monroe rushed for 216 yards on ten carries and scored a touchdown in Friday’s win at Torrey Pines.

Christian Lundsberg, Canyon QB: Lundsberg opened his senior season with 412 passing yards and six touchdowns in a win over Aliso Niguel.

Myles Jackson, QB Millikan: Jackson had 414 passing yards, six passing touchdowns and one rushing touchdown against Santa Ana.



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