Video: Steele Chambers Ultimate Highlights
Highlights of Blessed Trinity's (GA) 4-star running back Steele Chambers.
The 4-star running back from Blessed Trinity had a monster game, rushing for 244 yards and three scores and he also threw a touchdown in the 51-35 win over Troup County (LaGrange) to advance to the Georgia 4A state championship.
Chambers has helped lead the Titans to a perfect record in 2018 and has rushed for 1,500-plus yards and 25 touchdowns. He has also thrown for three more scores and has one touchdown reception during his senior campaign.
The 4-star linebacker had a huge game in Menlo-Atherton's comeback win against Wilcox (Santa Clara) to claim the CIF Central Coast Section Open Division I title. Heimuli finished the night with a team 11 tackles and also had an interceptions, fumble recovery, tackle for loss and a sack. Next up for the Bears is Eureka in the CIF Division 3-AA Northern California championship game. The winner gets Lincoln (San Diego) in the 3-AA state title.
The Chiefs have had one of the best defenses in the country this year, especially since they got their 4-star defensive end back. The Chiefs have been lights out in the playoffs,especially over the last two weeks. They held the back-to-back state champs American Heritage (Plantation) to seven points and clinched a spot in its first state championship game beating Jesuit (Tampa) 14-3 this past week. Bogle led a defensive charge against the Tigers and if they beat North Marion (Citra) on Friday they will win the school's first state title in school history.
The Spartans 4-star linebacker has been a major factor on both sides of the ball for the No. 8 team in the country. He was all over the field in De La Salle's 42-7 win over Liberty (Brentwood) to claim the school's 27th consecutive North Coast Section title. Up next for To'oto'o is another crack at No. 1 Mater Dei (Santa Ana) in the CIF Open Division state championship game on Saturday at Cerritos College (Norwalk).
The 2019 Illinois commit ended his high school career a state champion. The 4-star athlete led the Titans to the school's first ever state title and finished the night with 200 yards of total offense and four touchdowns in their 45-19 win over Cardinal Ritter College Prep (St. Louis) in the Class 3 Missouri championship.