The junior had 13 tackles and a forced fumble in the Monarchs’ 44-7 win against Serra.
Su’a received 39.94% of the vote, beating out Scripps Ranch’s Dylan Stoney who finished second with 31.15%. Mater Dei Catholic’s Nico Mosley finished third with 20.09% and Mater Dei’s Josh Hunter finished fourth with 4.9%.
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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for the week of Dec. 6-12:
Chloe Briggs, Ontario Christian girls basketball
Briggs had 32 points, 18 rebounds and 11 assists in a 90-36 win over Woodcrest Christian.
Raleek Brown, Mater Dei RB
Brown rushed for three touchdowns to help the Monarchs finish the season as undefeated national champions.
Elijah Brown, Mater Dei QB
Brown passed for 243 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday’s 44-7 win over Serra.
Josh Hunter, Mater Dei DB
Hunter had an interception and a fumble recovery to help the Monarchs beat Serra, 44-7.
Charlie Mirer, Cathedral Catholic QB
Mirer tossed two touchdown passes, both to Rex Haynes, and rushed for a 28-yard touchdown to seal the game with less than five minutes left to play.
Lucky Sutton, Cathedral Catholic RB
Sutton carried 30 times for 232 yards and scored the Dons opening touchdown in Friday’s 33-21 win over Folsom.
Victory Johnson, Cathedral Catholic LB
Johnson gave the Dons a two-touchdown lead with a 36-yard interception return for a touchdown on Folsom’s first possession of the second half.
Tre Harrison, Gardena Serra DB
Harrison returned an interception for a touchdown to seal Saturday’s win over Liberty (Bakersfield).
Dominic Nankil, Mater Dei Catholic QB
Nankil passed for 297 yards and a touchdown in Friday’s win over Central Catholic.
Nico Mosley, Mater Dei Catholic
Mosley rushed for three touchdowns in Friday’s 34-25 win over Central Catholic.
Isaiah Buxton, Mater Dei Catholic
Buxton intercepted a pass and returned in 88 yards for a touchdown to help the Crusaders beat Central Catholic.
Jax Leatherwood, Scripps Ranch QB
Leatherwood passed for 337 yards and had four touchdowns against Wilcox and led Scripps Ranch on a game-winning drive, scoring with less than 30 seconds left to capture the D2-A State Championship.
Conor Lawlor, Scripps Ranch WR
Lawlord caught seven passes for 199 yards and had three first half touchdown receptions. He also snagged an interception just before halftime in Saturday’s win over Wilcox.
Dylan Stoney, Scripps Ranch LB
Stoney had 15 tackles and two forced fumbles in Saturday’s win over Wilcox.
Aiden Agnor, Quartz Hill LB
Agnor had 16 tackles and a forced fumble against Argonaut on Saturday.