All categories in the Cal-Hi Sports state football record lists have been updated and are ready for the start of the 2003 season. A new category that's been added to one of the features below is California vs. The World, which includes the reported records of the state's teams in games against schools from other states plus Japan, Mexico and Canada.

Did Long Beach Poly's football team actually win 102-0 once in a game against a team from Arizona?

Does California have a winning record in all-time high school football games involving teams from Oregon?

And finally, what states have never lost in games against California schools?

All those questions are answered and many more will no doubt be generated by the latest addition to the internet version of the Cal-Hi Sports state football record book, a category titled California vs. The World that focuses on games between California schools and those from other states and even three nations.

Scroll down to the state football records section of this site and the new category has been added in the section for coaching and game records.

All other categories have been updated as completely as possible and can be considered ready for the start of the 2003 season.

Among others who've been added to the state record book:

•Mike Glines (Central Catholic, Modesto) for best coaching winning percentage

•Frank Negri (Foothill, Sacramento) for most varsity coaching seasons

•Derrick Jones (Long Beach Poly) for season pass receiving yards

•Jason Whieldon (Orange Lutheran) for career passing yards and career TD passes

•Jordan Congden (St. Augustine, San Diego) for season kicking points and season field goals

•Chase Twedell (Valley Christian, Cerritos) for season rush yards and career rush yards

•Trey Miller (El Cajon Christian) for career TD catches and career pass receiving yards

To gain complete access to all of our state football records (most categories will be updated throughout the season and new 2003 totals come in), join our growing number of premium all-access subscribers.

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