A pair of local football players have earned player of the week honors in the Mountain Conference.
Sophomore quarterback Steven Johnson of College of the Desert took Offensive Player of the Week honors. The Los Osos High School graduate completed 32 of 47 passes for 370 yards and five touchdowns. He also had 12 carries for 56 yards in leading the Roadrunners to the first win of the season.
On the other side of the ball it was Dougladson Subtyl of Victor Valley named Defensive Player of the Week.
The 6-foot-4 defensive end had sacks for a total of 20 yards, 5 solo tackles and 4.5 tackles for loss for a total of 22 yards in a win against Southwestern.
Cal State San Bernardino senior midfielder Melanie Aguayo, a graduate of Don Lugo High School, has been named CCAA Women’s Soccer Player of the Week.
She had three goals on the week, two of those coming in a 3-2 overtime win against UC San Diego. She also had the Coyotes only goal of the game in a 1-1 double overtime tie against Cal State San Marcos.
She has six goals on the season to lead the CCAA in goals and points scored.
The Cal State San Bernardino volleyball program has produced a half dozen All-Americans at the middle blocker position. So being the school’s career leader in any category is quite the accomplishment.
Senior Brenna McIntosh put herself there over the weekend in the Coyotes 3-1 win over Cal State San Marcos.
McIntosh had already broken the school record in solo blocks the first weekend of the season but her latest comes in the category of total blocks. She managed four in that match to giver her 500, two more than former All-American Kim Morohunfola.
“It’s exciting,” she said. “When I came here as a freshman I would have never thought I’d be able to do something like that. It comes with having a good coaching staff and good team around me.”
McIntosh now owns career records in solo blocks (99) and total blocks (500). She needs five block assists to own that record as well, held by Morohunfola (405, 2000-03).
McIntosh said she was aware of the impending record. Sports Information Director Mark Reinhiller had written about it earlier and her grandmother had been keeping track.
“I knew I was close but when you’re out there playing it isn’t something you think about,” she said. “You’re just playing.”