SCHOOL: De La Salle
POSITION: Defensive end/tight end
THE STAT LINE: Hooper made big plays on both sides of the ball in De La Salle's 49-15 victory over Folsom in the Northern Regional Open Division championship game. He had three of the Spartans' six sacks and also had two catches for 99 yards. Both catches set up short rushing scores.
SCHOOL: El Cerrito
POSITION: Combo Guard
THE STAT LINE: Jackson was named MVP of the McDonald's Classic Tournament at Delta College, as he scored a team-high 22 points in the Gauchos' 79-69 victory over Grant in the championship game. He also had 17 points in all three of the Gauchos' first three games of the tournament, including a 69-66 semifinal win over Weston Ranch.
POSITION: Point guard
THE STAT LINE: Gill was named MVP of the Dorothy Speck Invitational after she scored a combined 33 points over three games. She had 15 assists, seven steals and committed just two turnovers overall. Gill had eight points and five assists in an 84-44 win over Davis in
THE STAT LINE: Moore had a triple-double with 24 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in an 84-45 nonleague victory over Kennedy-Richmond. She also scored 28 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, passed for five assists and had four steals in a 56-42 win over West Campus-Sacramento.
LOGAN BANGERT, Clayton Valley, football, Sr. -- Bangert, nursing a high ankle sprain, had an exceptional game at defensive end and right tackle in the Eagles' 27-24 loss against Oakdale in the CIF Division II Northern Regional game in Stockton.
LEO SMITH, Oakland Tech, basketball, Sr. -- Smith had 16 points and 10 assists, including two assists in the final minute, to help the Bulldogs earn a 60-57 win over Lincoln-Stockton. Smith also had four steals and a pair of 3-pointers in the victory.
MARIE BERTHOLDT, Alameda, basketball, Sr. -- The 6-foot-1 forward had 28 points and a school-record 26 rebounds in a 54-49 victory over San Ramon Valley in the title game of the Lady Hornets Invitational. Bertholdt also had 22 points, 18 rebounds, five blocks and three steals in a 68-53 semifinal win over Arroyo.
ARIAH MACK, Amador Valley, basketball, So. -- Mack, a 5-foot-3 guard, scored a game-high 17 points and played suffocating defense as the unbeaten Dons routed California School for the Deaf 63-32 in the Amador Basketball Classic. Mack had 11 points in a 44-21 win over American in the ABC.