Below are Week 5’s American Family Insurance ALL-USA Western Washington Performers of The Week.
Killian Page, Marysville Pilchuck, RB. Austin Joyner went out early in this one for Pilchuck with a minor neck injury. That freed up carries for Page, who had 12 of them. He ran for 234 yards and four touchdowns, all in the first half. The Tomahawks blew out Marysville Getchell in the Berry Bowl, 51-7.
Chico McClatcher, Federal Way, RB. McClatcher makes this list for the third week in a row after setting the SPSL single-game record for rushing yards with 397. The previous record was 391, set by Federal Way’s Victor Williams in 2005. McClatcher scored five touchdowns on Friday as the Eagles beat Decatur 70-24.
Jordan Kitna, Lincoln, QB. The son of former Seahawk Jon Kitna (who is now Lincoln’s head coach) threw seven first-half touchdown passes and also ran for a touchdown in a 91-0 win over Mt. Tahoma. Kitna was 12-for-18 for 197 yards in the first half, and with Lincoln up 70-0 at the half, he sat out the rest of the night.
Drew Hall, Liberty, RB/DB. Hall was the catalyst in the Patriots’ overtime win over Mercer Island. He scored two touchdowns in regulation, added a third in OT, and then intercepted Mercer Island’s Alfonso Gonzalez to end the game. Hall finished with 101 yards on the ground.
Rashaad Boddie, Skyline, RB. By halftime, Boddie had four rushing touchdowns for the Spartans, who led 45-0 at that point. Skyline went on to beat Redmond 59-0.