High school football top performers for Week 1

Ryon Sayeri of Chaminade is one of a large group of outstanding kickers for the upcoming football season.
Chaminade High kicker Ryon Sayeri, shown at practice, made a pair of field goals longer than 50 yards on Friday night. (Eric Sondheimer / Los Angeles Times)

A look at some of the top performances in high school football games across the Southland on Thursday and Friday:


__Sammy Silva, Culver City: Completed 26 of 38 passes for 408 yards, eight TDs in 72-63 win over San Jacinto.

Caleb Sanchez, St. John Bosco: Passed for 340 yards and two touchdowns in a 20-7 win over Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Aquinas.

Steele Pizzella, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame: Completed 19 of 24 passes for 343 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Birmingham.

Brady Edmunds, Huntington Beach: The freshman passed for 339 yards and four touchdowns in a loss to Trabuco Hills.

Kaleb Annett, Corona del Mar: Passed for 293 yards and four touchdowns in a win over Cypress.


Dylan Riley, Rancho Verde: Rushed for 218 yards and four scores in a win over Corona Santiago.

Cornell Hatcher, Corona Centennial: Rushed for 154 yards and three TDs in 33 carries in a win over Santa Margarita.


Ryan Luce, Trabuco Hills: Had 11 catches for 212 yards and three scores in a win over Huntington Beach.


Richard Wesley, Sierra Canyon: The freshman defensive end had three sacks in a win over Oaks Christian, giving him six in two games.

Logan Hirou, Santa Margarita: Sophomore defensive back made two interceptions in a loss to Corona Centennial.

Scott Taylor, Loyola: Junior linebacker recorded eight tackles for losses, including three sacks, in a loss to Damien.


Ryon Sayeri, Chaminade: Made field goals from 53 and 52 yards in a win over Cathedral Catholic.

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