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Football: More surprise players at midseason

October 11, 2013|By Eric Sondheimer

 

There are lots of surprise standouts after the first six weeks of the high school football season.

Besides the ones mentioned in Friday's column, here are some additional players:

Noah Whitney, Dorsey, Sr. Primarily a backup last season, Whitney's passing success has been a big plus for the Dons. He had a school-record 359 yards and four touchdown passes against Fairfax. He had four TDs against Venice.

Grant Kraemer, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, Sr. Kraemer was a backup receiver last season. Moved to quarterback, he has completed 66% of his passes for 1,169 yards and nine touchdowns. He also has run for four touchdowns.

Donovan Davis, Pomona Ganesha, Sr. Although his team is 1-4, Davis has rushed for 972 yards and scored 13 touchdowns in five games.

Jordan Silva, Murrieta Valley, Sr. The 6-foot-5, 245-pound Silva is averaging nine tackles a game and has five sacks.

Joseph Silva, L.A. Garfield, So. A linebacker, Silva leads the Bulldogs in tackles with 27.

Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com

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