Vote now: Bay Area News Group boys athlete of the week

Welcome to the Bay Space Information Group (Mercury News & East Bay Times) boys athlete of the week ballot.

For the complete educational 12 months, we’ll present an inventory of candidates who stood out over the earlier week and permit you, the reader, to vote for the winner. Final week’s ballot acquired probably the most impassioned response but, greater than 64,000 votes forged between the boys and the girls.

This week, we think about performances between Sept. 13 to Sept. 19.

Polls shut at 5 p.m. Wednesday. Vote as many occasions as you’d like till then. Winners are revealed Friday morning.

MORE: Vote for girls athlete of the week

Candidates for future Athlete of the Week polls will be nominated at [email protected] We additionally overview stats submitted to MaxPreps by coaches/workforce statisticians.

On to the nominees:

(Listed in alphabetical order)

Tate Asborno, California soccer: Pressured 3 fumbles and made a team-high 11 tackles in a 41-7 win over Milpitas.

Aryan Gaur, Dougherty Valley soccer: Ran for 183 yards and three touchdowns, main a dashing assault that totaled roughly 350 yards in a 65-22 win over Mt. Diablo.

Kevin Inexperienced, Gunn soccer: Two-way star totaled 5 touchdowns between offense and a pick-six on protection. He wanted solely 10 offensive touches to build up 207 yards from scrimmage and 4 TDs; on protection, he made seven tackles, two interceptions (one returned for a TD) and a sack in a 56-6 win over Yerba Buena.

Charles Greer, De La Salle soccer: Greer’s 230 dashing yards in a 49-21 win over San Diego energy Cathedral Catholic have been the Seventeenth-most in a single sport in De La Salle historical past. He additionally ran for touchdowns of 37 and 80 yards.

Dreyan Paul, McClymonds soccer: Handed for 234 yards and three touchdowns — and ran for one more 94 yards and two extra scores — in a 33-22 win towards a stout Marin Catholic protection. One TD move was so on-the-money, WR Jay’vion Cole caught it whereas falling down.

Jayden Petrus, Dublin soccer: Wanted just one half to hold the ball 14 occasions for 170 yards and three touchdowns in Gaels’ 46-8 win over Irvington.

Devon Rivers, Heritage soccer: Senior operating again turned in his greatest sport of the season — 184 dashing yards and three TDs — to knock off James Logan, 41-15. (Older brother Ronnie additionally acquired a giant win enjoying for Fresno State this weekend.)

Roland Ruckmann-Barnes, Granada cross nation: Turned within the quickest time (15:30.5) on the workforce that took first place on the De La Salle Nike Invitational.

Preston Tchoi, Gunderson water polo: Freshman performed a key function in Gunderson’s two straight wins after a 1-3 begin to the season. He totaled 12 objectives, seven assists and 9 steals within the pair of wins.

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