POSITION: Wide receiver
THE STAT LINE: Dennis caught four passes for 101 yards and scored all the points in a 14-0 Yellowjackets win over Hayward. He reached the end zone on receptions of 16 and 60 yards and also ran for a two-point conversion.
POSITION: Wide receiver/safety
THE STAT LINE: Hull was a major factor on both sides of the ball as Liberty opened Bay Valley Athletic League play with a 41-28 win over Antioch. He caught five passes for 121 yards and three touchdowns. He also played a key role on defense with eight tackles.
SPORT: Water polo
THE STAT LINE: Jensen helped Campolindo win the Western States tournament. In four tournament games, she had 10 goals, eight assists and seven steals. Three of her goals came in an 8-4 win over Miramonte in the title game.
SCHOOL: James Logan
SPORT: Water polo
THE STAT LINE: Peters, who is being recruited by several Division I schools, made 13 saves in a 5-4 victory over Newark Memorial that kept the Colts undefeated in the Mission Valley Athletic League. She had six saves in a 7-5 win over Washington-Fremont; 18 in a 7-2 nonleague victory over Marin Academy and 14 saves in a 4-1 nonleague win over Piedmont.
ATU OHUAFI, Piedmont, football, Sr. -- The receiver caught six passes for 139 yards and two touchdowns, including a one-handed catch that he took 69 yards for a score. Defensively, the strong safety produced a safety with a sack in the first quarter.
MATT WINAKER, San Ramon Valley, football, Sr. -- Winaker, who is headed to Stanford on a baseball scholarship, accounted for five touchdowns and booted eight extra points in a 56-28 win over Amador Valley in East Bay Athletic League action. He completed 10 of 12 passes for 170 yards and three touchdowns, all in the first half, and ran for two scores.
MADDIE FARR, Alhambra, water polo, Sr. -- The goalkeeper collected 27 blocks, eight steals and six assists while allowing just 11 goals in four games as the Bulldogs won the Pinole Valley Invitational.
SPENCER MOORE, St. Mary's, cross country, Sr. -- Moore won the Small Schools girls race at the Clovis Invitational with a time of 18 minutes, 37 seconds for the 3.1 mile course.
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