Manteca quarterback Gino Campiotti, center, had four total touchdowns as his team beat rival Sierra 48-13 on Friday at Guss Schmiedt Field. CALIXTRO ROMIAS/THE RECORD
Welcome back to “Helmet Stickers” — celebrating the best in high school football from The Record’s coverage area. Week 6 was the beginning of league play for the SJAA and the TCAL. Here are the latest “Helmet Stickers” honors:
JOSHUA ALVARADO (Tracy QB, junior)
Alvarado, who turned 16 in September, had 11 carries for 118 yards and four touchdowns in Tracy’s 49-0 Tri-City Athletic League-opening win over Lodi at the Grape Bowl.
GINO CAMPIOTTI (Manteca QB, junior)
Campiotti went 15 of 21 passing for 145 yards and two touchdowns, with 11 carries for 85 yards and two TDs for the Buffaloes — who beat rival Sierra 48-13 in a Valley Oak League game at Guss Schmiedt Field in Manteca.
ANDREW DURRER (Ripon TE, senior)
Durrer dominated in Ripon’s 48-0, Trans-Valley League opening win over Mountain House, with 18 total tackles and a sack.
JOHNNY WHITE (Argonaut RB, senior)
White had 17 carries for 140 yards and a touchdown, in a 24-21 Mother Lode League loss to the rival Thundering Herd.
CLAYTON BORGES (Tracy DL, senior)
Borges was a menace on defense for the Bulldogs, with two fumble recoveries and a blocked punt against the Flames.
KAMERON BEAMON (Manteca RB, senior)
Beamon took 19 carries for 122 yards against the Timberwolves, and has 671 yards through six games this season.
IZAIAH CELESTINE (Lincoln WR, senior)
Celestine posted four catches for 120 yards and a touchdown in Lincoln’s 48-8 TCAL win at West.
DEWEY COTTON (St. Mary’s WR/KR, senior)
Cotton did a bit of everything, with five catches for 56 yards and a touchdown, and two carries for 32 yards and another TD in St. Mary’s 65-8 TCAL win over Tokay at Sanguinetti Field.
JOHNNIE LOCKRIDGE (Chavez WR, senior)
Lockridge, known more for being a receiver, had 14 carries for a team-high 177 yards and a touchdown in a 55-26 SJAA loss to McNair at home.
CUTRELL HAYWOOD (Stagg WR/DB, senior)
Haywood had seven catches for 123 yards and two touchdowns in a 26-0 SJAA win over Franklin at Coaches’ Stadium. Haywood now has over 860 receiving yards this season.
PATRICK SHOLUND (East Union senior)
Sholund was excellent every time he touched the football. Those were: a 47-yard rushing touchdown and a 74-yard kickoff return TD.
REUBEN LEE (Brookside Christian WR/KR, junior)
Lee, a transfer from Lincoln, had a scorching debut with Brookside Christian in a 58-0 win over Riverbank. Lee had 13 carries for 226 yards and three touchdowns, five catches for 69 yards and one TD, a 78-yard punt return for a score and an interception.
JUSTIN WILLIAMS (Brookside Christian WR, senior)
Williams, not to be out done, had eight catches for 78 yards and two TDs via quarterback Quincy Glasper.
ISAIAH SHOLUND (East Union junior)
Sholund led the Lancers with 19 carries for 109 yards in a 31-16 VOL win over Weston Ranch at Dino Cunial Field.
ERIQ KURYS (Sierra WR/K, senior)
Kurys, a soccer player who only converted to football this year, so he can keep playing soccer in winter, dazzled with two made 45-yard field goals against Manteca.
HASSANI ZACKERY (Edison QB/KR, junior)
Zackery was a one-man spectacular for the Vikings, in a 54-48 loss to Bear Creek at Magnasco Stadium. Zackery had three passing touchdowns, two rushing touchdowns and a kickoff return TD.
TERRY HOLMES (Bear Creek RB, sophomore)
Holmes showed off his potential and his power, with a game-high 234 rushing yards at E-House, including a 60-yard TD burst up the middle.
TRE WORTHAM (Bear Creek RB, senior)
Wortham was clutch for the Bruins, with five total touchdowns: four rushing plus a 28-yard TD reception. His last rushing score was a 31-yard run on a pitch.
Author’s note: If you know of a deserving player who’s not on this list, there’s a good chance that program has not posted statistics on MaxPreps or does not call us with Friday night results. Feel free to let different coaches and programs know to do so. Our email is email@example.com and my direct office line is (209) 546-8272.