After the Grizzlies trailed 21-0, Stevenson led Central to a narrow 35-31 win over Clovis with 171 yards and two touchdowns passing plus 97 yards and two touchdowns rushing.
Stevenson ran away with this week’s honor, receiving 67.97% of the total vote.
Here are the other athletes who were nominated for the week of March 15-21:
Dominique Lampkin, San Mateo Serra QB: Lampkin completed 15 of 23 passes for four touchdowns and 224 yards, and added 79 rushing yards in a 33-26 win over San Jose Valley Christian.
Hassan Mahasin, Serra WR: Mahasin was Lampkin’s top target with 115 yards and two touchdowns receiving.
Jurrion Dickey, Valley Christian WR: Dickey helped Valley Christian nearly knock off the Padres, catching for two touchdowns and over 100 yards.
Adam Garwood, Los Gatos RB: Garwood led the Wildcats to a 45-0 blowout win over Milpitas with four rushing touchdowns, including three in the first quarter alone. Kyle Pinkham also had two first-half rushing touchdowns.
Tristan Risley, Clovis RB: Risley nearly lifted the Cougars over the reigning section champ with 169 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns.
Darian Leon-Guerrero, Vacaville RB: Leon-Guerrero ran for 171 yards and all four of Vacaville’s touchdowns in a 28-21 win over Davis.
Tyler Tremain, Folsom QB: Tremain threw for four touchdowns and ran for another in a 35-25 win over Granite Bay.
Ethan Menezes, Vista Del Lago RB: Menezes erupted for five touchdowns and 228 yards on the ground in a 63-6 blowout over El Camino.
Michael Ingrassia, Marin Catholic QB: Ingrassia led MC to a 35-0 rout of San Marin with 374 yards and three touchdowns in the air.
John Krepps, Marin Catholic WR: Krepps was Ingrassia’s top target, finishing with 155 yards and two touchdowns.
Charles McBride, Marin Catholic DE: McBride led MC’s dominant defensive effort with 2.5 sacks.
Isaiah Hidalgo, Central Valley QB: Hidalgo ran for three touchdowns and had a passing touchdown in a 42-6 win over Johansen.
Jackson Holt, Oakdale QB: Holt threw for 263 yards and a touchdown in a 38-35 win over Escalon.
Ty Harris, Escalon QB: Harris nearly led Escalon to a wild fourth quarter comeback victory with 283 yards and three touchdowns passing.
Luke Anderson, Escalon RB: Anderson ran for three touchdowns and 90 yards.
Elias Mullican, Rocklin RB: In a 29-21 win over Del Oro, Mullican turned just five carries into 135 yards and a touchdown. He also had two receptions for 31 yards and a touchdown.
Mason Davies, Mountain View RB: Davies ran for three touchdowns including a 75-yard dash in a 40-7 win over Santa Clara.
Rolondo Holmes, Tulare Western RB: In a 36-24 win over Mission Oak, Holmes turned five carries into three touchdowns and 100 yards, and also had an 80-yard receiving touchdown.
Mikey Ficher, Tulare Western RB/FS: Ficher ran for 178 yards and a touchdown on offense. He also led the Mustangs on defense with an interception and a deflection that another Mustang caught for an interception.
Michael Iriye, Mission Oak QB: Iriye threw for 133 yards and three touchdowns, and ran for 156 yards and another TD.
Nicholas Coronado, Kimball QB: Kimball nearly knocked off Manteca in a 44-38 loss, as Coronado completed 29 of 47 passes for 335 yards and four touchdowns. He also had 56 rushing yards.
Hudson Beers, Justin-Siena QB: Beers led Justin-Siena to a 38-14 win over Sonoma Valley with five passing touchdowns.
Caden Parlett, Justin-Siena RB/WR: Parlett was the recipient of five of Beers’ touchdown passes.
Dylan Smith, Vintage RB: Smith ran for 196 yards and two touchdowns on just seven carries in a 57-0 blowout of Petaluma.
Shavon Gramps-Green, Biggs RB/DB: Green ran for 105 yards and two touchdowns in 52-8 win over Los Molinos, and also recovered a fumble on defense. Parker Finley also ran for two touchdowns for the Wolverines.
Dominic Barrera, St. Mary’s (Stockton) QB: Barrera threw for three touchdowns in a 43-20 win over Jesuit.
Max Rascon, St. Mary’s (Stockton) LB: Rascon recovered two fumbles, one of which he returned 76 yards for a touchdown.
Chris Lands, Monterey Trail RB: Lands ran for two touchdowns and 113 yards on just eight carries in a 34-7 win over Woodcreek.