Name : Jonathan Guerrero
School : Rio Hondo Prep
Sport : Football
Grade : Senior
Position : RB-FS
Photos by Susan Coulter
Boys Athlete of the Week:
Jonathan Guerrero had his best game of the season against undefeated Campbell Hall.
And while the Kares fell, 34-27, for the first time in 2021, no one impacted the game more than the RHP senior.
Guerrero gained 195 yards on 27 carries, and that included TD runs of 3, 1 & 2 yards.
He also caught a Damyan Diaz pass for a 28-yard TD.
On defense, Guerrero had a team-high seven tackles.
Guerrero’s three rushing TD’s gives him 14 through the first seven games.
He is now just one score back of St. Francis’ Max Garrison (15) for best in the 210 Prep Sports coverage zone.
Up next: The Kares will travel to Brentwood this Friday.
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