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High Schools | TOP PERFORMERS/ Some of the top individual
performances in games reported to The Times


September 14, 2002

Ryan Black, Pasadena Poly - Scored on a three-yard run, a 43-yard punt return and a 50-yard pass play in a 25-15 victory over Campbell Hall.

Vincent Reese and Travis Lee, L.A. Jefferson - Reese returned a fumble 45 yards for a touchdown and had an interception. Lee returned a punt 75 yards for a touchdown in a 60-6 victory over L.A. Lincoln.

Victor Lopez, L.A. Wilson - Had 10 tackles in a 20-19 victory over L.A. Garfield.

Pedro Rojas, Compton Centennial - Had five unassisted tackles in a 32-30 nonleague loss to Duarte, which won on a safety with three minutes to play.

Jimmy Do, Bell Gardens - Completed seven of 10 passes with a touchdown and ran for 81 yards in eight carries in a 28-13 victory over Bell.

B.J. Vickers, Venice - Rushed for a touchdown and a two-point conversion and caught a 40-yard touchdown pass in a 36-27 victory over Narbonne.

Ray Bass, Corona Centennial - Ran for a nine-yard touchdown, returned a blocked punt 10 yards for a score, and intercepted two passes to set up touchdowns in a 49-0 victory over Eisenhower.

Andrew Larson, Laguna Hills - Kicked field goals of 43, 25 and 44 yards, and caught a 22-yard touchdown pass in a 31-7 victory over Nogales.

Luis Estrada, Eagle Rock - Returned a kickoff 91 yards for a touchdown and caught a 65-yard scoring pass in a 26-13 victory over Canoga Park.

John Hue, Huntington Park - Passed for two touchdowns and ran for three in a 33-21 victory over Belmont.

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