He began the football season with huge shoes to fill—his brother’s—but Brentwood School junior Scott Dyett was eager to show he could do it. His play in the opener did the family proud.
Scott’s older brother Jack was a two-way star for the Eagles before taking his talents to Dartmouth in the Ivy League.
Scott, a wide receiver on offense and linebacker on defense, caught three passes for 23 yards before he suffered a season-ending ACL and meniscus injury in Brentwood’s 22-19 victory over Viewpoint on March 13.
Scott played in nine games as a sophomore on varsity in 2019, catching two total passes for eight yards while making 20 tackles on defense. Jack, a senior, caught a team-high 49 balls for 625 yards and four touchdowns, rushed for 68 yards in 11 carries and made 43 tackles, including a sack, with two blocked field goals and seven pass deflections at defensive end.
Brentwood finished 7-4 in 2019 and lost the Sunset Showdown to Palisades 21-13 after rallying late to win the inaugural matchup the year before. The Eagles beat El Camino Real 20-16 last week and host Campbell Hall in a Gold Coast League game Friday.
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