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‘Tick’ Jellison, Halie Johnson Score Athlete of the Week Honors

Santa Barbara High football player scores 5 touchdowns in Big Game; SBCC water polo standout has 16 goals in five wins

Christopher “Tick” Jellison and Halie Johnson went on scoring sprees to lead their respective teams to wins last week.

Chris “Tick” Jellison, Santa Barbara High football Click to view larger
Chris “Tick” Jellison, Santa Barbara High football
Halie Johnson, SBCC water polo. Click to view larger
Halie Johnson, SBCC water polo.

The performances earned them Athlete of the Week honors at Monday’s Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table press luncheon at Harry's Plaza Cafe.

Jellison scored five touchdowns for the Santa Barbara High football team in a 55-7 crosstown win over San Marcos in the 57th annual Big Game. The senior had touchdown catches of 40, 69, 23 and 8 yards and returned a punt 63 yards for a score. He was named winner of Gary Blades Memorial Big Game MVP Award.

Johnson poured in 16 goals to lead the SBCC women’s water polo team to five wins. She had five goals in two different games and also handed out nine assists, as the Vaqueros improved to 19-0 on the season. Johnson, a sophomore out of San Marcos High, is the No. 5 scorer in the state with 64 goals

Athletes receiving honorable mention honors this week include Sawyer Rhodes (Santa Barbara High boys water polo), Dylan Elliott and Taylor Gustason (Dos Pueblos water polo), John Harris (Bishop Diego polo), Christina Rice (Dos Pueblos cross country), Kelly Coulson (San Marcos tennis).

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