Football and baseball starter looks for a place on a college field – Los Angeles Times

Aaron Simpson of Anaheim Servite is one of those passionate athletes determined to make a difference.

Last fall, playing quarterback, Simpson scrambled 22 yards for a touchdown with six seconds left against San Juan Capistrano JSerra, then completed a two-point conversion pass for a 39-38 victory.

“You could see when he was running he was going to do everything he could not to be stopped,” football Coach Scott Meyer said.

In baseball, Simpson is an outfielder and Servite’s leadoff batter, and he came into this week batting .381 with seven doubles, 15 runs batted in and six stolen bases. He had a home run to start Wednesday’s game against No. 1-ranked Orange Lutheran that Servite won, 2-1, in nine innings.