L.A. South: Helmet stickers, Week 6
October, 17, 2011
By Blair Angulo | ESPNLosAngeles.com
Courtesy of Jeff SerpaCharter Oak quarterback Travis Santiago continued his stellar season with a big game vs. South Hills.
With league action underway across the Southland, we introduce our weekly helmet stickers, given to five football players from south Los Angeles County schools who had standout performances. The honorees for Week 6:
QB Travis Santiago (Charter Oak): The senior threw for 325 yards, ran for 54 more and had five total touchdowns in a 63-28 win against South Hills in the Sierra League opener.
RB Brandon Edmond (Mira Costa): He had 390 rushing yards in 27 carries and the Mustangs needed every last bit of it to open Bay League play with a come-from-behind victory.
QB Billy Livingston (Covina): What injured shoulder? Livingston completed 16 of 23 passes for 357 yards and four touchdowns, leading Covina to its sixth straight win in his return.
QB Kenny Potter (San Pedro): Threw four early touchdown passes in a blowout before sitting out the entire second half. The senior finished with 145 yards for the undefeated Pirates.
RB Desmond Reed, (Azusa): Reed sat out the first quarter for disciplinary reasons but still finished with 168 yards rushing and four touchdowns in Azusa's 45-10 win against Duarte.