Every week, publications from 11 properties of the Southern California newsgroup (Orange County Register, LA Daily News, Press-Enterprise, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Long Beach Press-Telegram, The Daily Breeze, San Bernardino Sun, Daily Bulletin, Redlands Daily Facts , Whittier Daily News and Pasadena-Star News) select Athletes of the Week for their respective region.
Each athlete is then included in the overall Southern California Athlete of the Week vote.
Click on the newspaper link below their name to read about last week’s athlete’s performance, and then vote for who you think deserves top honors.
Readers are allowed to vote multiple times. Polling ends at midnight, but the final total is not always visible immediately due to processing.
Voted Female Athlete of the Week
Overall winner will be announced Friday, October 15th.
Voting Vote at the bottom of the page.
Drew Knight, Baldwin Park: The junior quarterback had another excellent game for the undefeated Braves (7-0) in a 43-27 win over Rowland. Knight completed 15 of 21 passes for 305 yards and four touchdowns and also ran for touchdowns. He is one of the leaders of the field this season with 1,751 yards and 21 touchdown passes.
Isaiah Sepand, Campbell Hall: Sepand delivered the game of his career when his team needed it most, throwing 344 yards and three touchdowns on 19 of 27 to give the Vikings a 34-27 victory in an unbeaten battle of the teams at Rio Hondo Prep . Sepand has thrown 30 touchdowns as a junior in the breakout season this year. Campbell Hall is 8-0.
Brandon Rose, Murrieta Valley: Rose completed 22 of 28 passes for a career-high 430 yards and threw four touchdowns to lead the Knighthawks to a 42-7 victory over Great Oaks in a Southwestern league game. He bowled two touchdowns each to Tiger Bachmeier and Teven Lamprey. Rose, committed to Utah, has completed 69.7% of his passes for 1,846 yards through seven games, and has thrown 20 touchdowns and no interceptions this season.
James Rosolis-Hill, Huntington Beach: He scored five goals in the Oilers’ 15–12 victory over Newport Harbor giving them the only right to first place in the Sunset League. Earlier this month 6-foot-5 center Rojolis-Hill scored five goals in a 9-6 win over Foothill in the S&R Sport tournament championship game. He has committed to Harvard. Huntington Beach (16–2 on aggregate) is tied with Mater Dei for No. 1 in the CIF-SS Division 1 poll.
Jake Snow, Mayfair: 5-11, the 180-pound outside linebacker made important plays in a suburban league performance in a 15-10 win over La Mirada. On a goal-line stand in the final seconds, Snow blocked Matt Gallegos on third and goal in a Mayfair 5, then sacked Nehuel García on fourth down to end the game. He finished with 12 tackles, six of which were for singles and one for defeat.
Caleb Nuhy-Yandal, Banning: Nuhei-Yandal rushed for 320 yards on 32 carries and scored two touchdowns in Banning’s 56-24 win over Carson. He also recorded five tackles and intercepted a pass.