Brown has been playing both goal keeper and forward this season, and he has 12 goals and 8 assists in 17 games.
Now that the Sea View League season is in full swing, he has been playing keeper mostly. Last week he helped the Hawks beat Trabuco Hills, 4-1, and San Juan Hills, 5-0. He finished with three saves against the Mustangs and two saves against the Satllions.
He also held the the No. 1 El Toro to one of its lowest goal-scoring totals of the season as the Chargers edged the Hawks 1-0. That was the first time in 19 games that the Chargers scored less than two goals in a game. Heading into that match, El Toro was averaging three goals a game.
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