Congratulations to our winners and thanks to Naples Rib Company for their sponsorship. Visit between now and Nov. 20 and check “The 562” on your bill to donate 20% of your check.
Qu’Juan Campbell, Millikan Football
The Millikan senior running back went out with a bang for the Rams last Friday, despite Millikan’s loss to Culver City. Campbell crossed the 1,000 yard mark for the season as he rushed for 144 yards on just 12 carries, scoring a pair of touchdowns.
Angel Ortiz, Cabrillo Water Polo
The Jaguars didn’t win their CIF-SS semifinal last week at the Belmont, but they did make history by getting there–it was the first time in Cabrillo history they reached that point of the playoffs. Cabrillo fell in a narrow contest but Ortiz did everything he could for his team, scoring four goals.
Tyler Spriggs, Long Beach State Volleyball
Spriggs picked up her first Big West Player of the Week award by leading Long Beach State to a pair of wins, posting 21 kills against both UC Riverside and Cal State Fullerton. Spriggs hit .400 on the week with 42 kills on 95 swings, while committing just four errors. Additionally, Spriggs contributed 18 digs and seven blocks.
Sydney Brightenburg, LBCC Water Polo
For the fourth consecutive year the LBCC women’s water polo team won the South Coast Conference championship. This year it was thanks in part to Sydney Brightenburg, who had three goals in the semifinal win and then five goals in the team’s championship win over Mt. SAC. LBCC will be in the state playoffs this weekend.