From Mater Dei QB Bryce Young to Bishop Amat RB Damien Moore, there were several standout performances in Week 9 Southern California high school football games played Oct. 24-25. Here are the top performances that caught our attention across the Southern, LA City and San Diego Sections. Tag us on Twitter or Instagram @sbliveca if we missed anyone.
The Alabama commit completed 19 of 33 passes for 256 yards and three touchdowns in Friday’s 38-24 road win over rival St. John Bosco. He ran for two scores as well. The victory clinched a Trinity League title for Mater Dei and most likely a top seed in the Division 1 Southern Section playoffs.
Watch Young’s big plays from the game:
Mascarenas returned an interception 54 yards for a touchdown and scored again on a two-yard TD run in Mission Viejo’s 38-6 win over San Clemente.
Watch Mascarenas’ pick six:
Dobkins spearheaded a dominant defensive effort with an interception and four passes defended in Marina’s 25-14 win over Segerstrom. The win helped Marina clinch at least a share of the Big 4 League title, their first league championship since 1986.
Watch his postgame interview with Orange County Register reporter David Delgado:
Washington commit Ethan Garbers was 20-of-30 for 353 yards and four TDs — plus two more TDs on the ground — in Corona del Mar’s 56-17 win over Newport Harbor.
Watch one of his TD runs:
Peery was 23-of-32 passing for 328 yards and a touchdown in Sierra Canyon’s 13-7 upset of Grace Brethren.
Watch Peery’s 48-yard TD pass to D.J. Harvey:
Bandy, a junior running back, rushed 17 times for 154 yards — both season highs — and a touchdown to lead Servite to a 27-0 win over Santa Margarita.
Watch Bandy’s 17-yard TD run:
Moore, a Cal commit, rushed for 165 yards and scored four touchdowns — three rushing, once receiving — to lead Bishop Amat to a 35-21 win over Notre Dame.
Watch Moore’s ridiculous 22-yard TD run in the fourth quarter:
Casey, also a Cal commit, was 19-of-31 passing for 331 yards and two touchdowns in Calabasas’ 30-27 win over Oaks Christian. He also ran for two touchdowns.
Watch Casey’s 34-yard TD pass to Johnny Wilson:
Siderman had a record-breaking Friday night, setting single-game school records for passing yards (509) and touchdown passes (7) in Westlake’s 63-28 win over Newbury Park.
Here’s his seventh TD pass, which was thrown to his younger brother, Tato:
Sanchez, a junior, recorded his third career pick six, returning an interception 58 yards for a TD in San Pedro’s 48-6 win over Gardena.
Watch the pick six:
Tua, a junior, was the star of the night rushing for a season-high 254 yards and scoring three touchdowns in Oceanside’s 28-7 win over Torrey Pines.