BYU commit Jake Heaps led two touchdown drives to help lead the West high school stars to a 30-14 victory over the East in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Saturday. Heaps completed 9-of-12 passes for 91 yards, including connecting on his final five passes. After fellow quarterback Austin Hinder took a West drive to the East's 44-yard line early in the fourth quarter, Heaps finished off the drive by throwing a 39-yard pass down the sideline to Robert Woods on third-and-11. Later in the fourth, Heaps led a TD drive that started at the East 44. He completed all four of his pass attempts for 25 yards on the drive -- Heaps also had a fifth completion, a 16-yarder, nullified by a penalty. Heaps also quarterbacked two drives in the second quarter, both of which ended in punts. For the game, Heaps completed all three pass attempts to the left side of the field (for 29 yards), 1-of-2 to the middle (minus-4 yards) and 5-of-7 to the right side (66 yards). WR Ross Apo, another Cougar commit, had one pass thrown his way on the West's second drive, but the ball was tipped away. Ricky Heimuli, a four-star defensive tackle recruit who prepped at Brighton and has scholarship offers from several Pac-10 schools, as well as BYU and Utah, had a sack in the first half.