Football: Notable sit-out period transfers ready to an impact midseason

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The CIF Southern Section’s sit-out period is over. Student-athletes that transferred schools and didn’t move residence have served their penance, and are now eligible to play as of Friday, September 30.

The LA City Section’s sit-out period window ended last week.

Oaks Christian lineman and linebacker Dylan Hampsten (a transfer from Saugus) is the area’s biggest impact transfer that will be eligible. He was a Daily News All-Area selection last season after recording 40 tackles and a team-high 10.5 sacks.

“I’m feeling great now that I finally get to play!” Hampsten said.

Oaks Christian also receives the service of quarterback Axel Eason and lineman Will Simic – both will add depth to both positions.

Ololade Adeduro, a 6-foot-3, 230-pound defensive end, becomes eligible for Alemany, along with wideout Michael Lindsay and lineman Andrew Angel, according to the CIF website.

Calabasas (4-1) will add Anthony Simon to the offensive line and Roberto Paladines at linebacker.

Defensive back Tyler Scott becomes eligible for West Ranch (6-0) after transferring from Alemany. Preston Handler, a defensive back and wideout for Thousand Oaks (5-0), is now available. Cody Wirz will add some depth to the secondary and backfield for Newbury Park (5-1). Granada Hills Charter (3-1) adds John Williamson at defensive end and tight end this week.

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Castaic (1-5), which is experiencing its first-ever varsity season in school history, gets five players from Canyon High eligible this week against the Cowboys. Nate Ramirez, Pedro Najera, Manny Ortiz, Deacon Andres and Jonathan Kombrick will all get to suit up against their former school Friday night.

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