STATE STAT STARS OF THE WEEK

Receivers Michael Dunn (St. Monica) and Chris Camacho (Ramona, Riverside) come up with six TD catches and 338 yards in separate outings, totals that make it into the state record book. This week's best also includes Peninsula's Jordan Munde (three school records in one night) and Soquel's Dwight Lowery (seven TDs).

Note: No L.A. newspaper or any other source has collected state records on California high school sports for the last 30 years. We're often uncredited as the source for that information, but it couldn't have come from anywhere else.

(Games of Oct. 23-25)

Audarrius Bailey (Arcadia): Just a sophomore, Bailey showed that his 222-yd outing from the week before against Pasadena was just a warm up act. In a 43-9 win over Glendale, Bailey motored for 298 yds on just 13 carries and scored on runs of 58, 2, 68 and 80 yds.

Dan Bates (Los Gatos): Again led the Wildcats, this time for 251 yds and five TDs rushing on 38 carries in a big 41-14 win over Palo Alto 41-14. In the last three games, Bates has scored 14 TDs.

Kahlil Bell (Marin Catholic, Kentfield): Rang up 269 yds and scored three TDs in just one half of action in the Wildcats' 48-10 romp past Tamalpais. It was the team's sixth straight win after a season-opening loss to St. Ignatius of San Francisco.

Tom Bingham (Leigh, San Jose): Caught 14 passes for an enormous 300 yds and one TD while also kicking the winning field goal of 20 yds as the Longhorns hooked Independence of San Jose 30-27.

Jack Boger (Thousand Oaks): Instead of the bogey man at Thousand Oaks, there's the Boger man. In a 42-17 win against Calabasas, Boger boogied for 236 yds and scored three TDs. He also had more than 100 yds rushing called back on penalties.

Eric Brewster (Scripps Ranch, San Diego): 12 catches, 161 yards, 1 TD. The Falcons' passing game rolled up the yds but found the end zone only once in 27-10 loss to University of San Diego. Brewster caught 12 passes for 161 yds and one TD.

James Brown (Western, Tulare): Scored on runs of 93 and 80 yds and wound up with 29 carries for 249 yds and three TDs in a 34-6 triumph vs. Monache of Porterville.

Dwayne Brown (Cordova, Rancho Cordova): As the Lancers downed Union Mine of El Dorado 48-0, the 5-9, 160-pound senior rushed for 260 yds and three TDs on 25 carries. He also scored on a 37-yd pass reception.

Chris Camacho (Ramona, Riverside): Notched the third-best reported receiving yardage total for one game on the all-time state list with 338 yds in a 52-28 loss to Bloomington. Camacho had eight receptions and had four TD catches.

Marcus Cox (Castro Valley): Followed up his five-TD, 248-yd rushing performance of two weeks ago with 262 yds and four TDs in a 47-0 win over Arroyo of San Lorenzo.

Demetrius Crawford (Vanden, Travis AFB): As Vanden shut out River City of West Sacramento 32-0, Crawford toted the ball 14 times for 219 yds and three TDs.

Mike Day (Leland, San Jose): Carried 18 times for 221yds and three TDs as the Chargers charged past Willow Glen of San Jose 49-6.

Anthony Dickson (Grant, Van Nuys): A 98-yd run for a TD with 1:32 left by Dickson was the difference as Grant downed North Hollywood, 37-33. Dickson finished with 19 carries for 248 yds and three TDs.

Ronnie Drummer (North Salinas, Salinas): In a 56-28 triumph over Live Oak of Morgan Hill, Drummer banged out 252 yds rushing and two TDs, including one of 95 yds.

Michael Dunn (St. Monica, Santa Monica): Moved onto the all-time state list for TD catches in a game with six and finished with seven catches for 272 yds in a 61-26 victory over Brethren Christian of Huntington Beach. Two of Dunn's teammates also had tremendous games as QB Mitch Smith completed 11 of 13 passes for 341 yds and six TDs and RB Josh Clarke rushed for 304 yds and a pair of scores. Don't know if we've ever heard of one school before with a 300-yd rusher, a 300-yd passer and a 200-yd receiver all in the same game.

Julian Edelman (Woodside): Despite being sacked a mind-bogling 17 times by Capuchino of San Bruno, the 5-6, 140-pound junior completed 18 of 34 passes for 310 yds and three TDs while also scoring on a 23-yd run. The sacks were too much to overcome, however, as Cap eked out a 38-31 victory.

Jimmy Ferrell (Torrance): Ran wild with 17 carries for 275 yds and three rushing TDs as Torrence trounced Centennial of Compton, 61-6. Ferrell also scored on a 87-yd kickoff return.

Chris Green (Gardena): In probably the most impressive win yet for the 7-0 Panthers, Green dashed for 252 yds on 24 carries and scored twice in a 30-7 win over Banning of Wilmington.

Clark Hagman (Menlo-Atherton, Atherton): Completed 16 of 21 passes for 258 yds and three TDs as M-A handed San Mateo its first season loss, 50-33.

Arkelon Hall (Edison, Fresno): Sterling junior QB broke a school record with six TD passes and finished 10 of 18 for 260 yds as the state-ranked Tigers smacked Roosevelt of Fresno, 46-14.

Tyson Hawley (El Segundo): Netted five TD passes while completing 11 of 15 passes for 257 yds as the Eagles crushed Palos Verdes, 52-12.

Jeff Hess (Sonora): Versatile QB connected on 17 of 27 passes for 259 yds and five TDs and also rushed for 82 yds on 11 carries as the Wildcats remained unbeaten (7-0) with a 35-14 triumph over Pitman of Turlock.

Ky Hollenbeck (Capuchino, San Bruno): Recorded six QB sacks, two off the state record, in a 38-31 triumph over Woodside.

Brett Jackson (North Hills Christian, Vallejo): Reportedly completed 20 of 48 passes for 316 yds and two TDs in a 45-24 loss to Valley Christian of Roseville. His reported season stats now stand at 2,295 yds passing and 18 TDs in seven games.

Troy Jackson (Fairfax, Los Angeles): Came close to being perfect with 18 completions in 21 throws for 325 yds and four TDs as the Lions clawed Hamilton of Los Angeles, 28-0

Dwight Lowery (Soquel): The senior scored seven TDs and intercepted three passes in leading the Knights past Sacred Heart Cathedral of San Francisco 54-35. He had five rushing TDs and one on a 20-yd pass interception. How he scored his seventh is an unreported mystery.

Marlon Lucky (North Hollywood): Gave it his all in a wild 37-33 loss to Grant of Van Nuys. Lucky wound up with 34 carries for 336 yds and scored five TDs.

Jason Lykam (Gustine): This team likes giving the ball to Lykam. In a 17-16 win vs. Mariposa, he had 21 carries and piled up 297 yds.

Brian Malone (Valley Christian, Cerritos): The second straight week for Malone as a state stat standout saw him rush for 287 yds on 33 carries and score five TDs in a 35-27 victory vs. Eagle Rock.

Ray Mendoza (Valley Center): Without injured quarterback Kevin Craft (fractured knuckle), Mendoza carried the load with 38 rushing attempts for 265 yds and three TDs in 32-3 win over Westview.

Kyle McCall (Beverly Hills): Did it all for the Normans in their 50-28 triumph over Leuzinger of Lawndale with 222 rushing yds and five TDs. Teammate Brandon Rice also had a nice outing with 13 catches for 179 yds and one TD. For Leuzinger, Jason Taylor was a one-man wrecking crew with 20 carries for 238 yds and one TD plus 16 reported tackles as a defender.

Sherman Moon (Selma): Had the second best single-game rushing total in school history with 266 yds and scored two TDs on 30 carries in a 27-21 win over longtime rival Kingsburg.

Chris Morris (Homestead, Cupertino): The junior scored five TDs while rushing for 208 yds in a 53-40 triumph over Fremont of Sunnyvale.

Jordan Munde (Peninsula, R.H. Estates): Broke three school records with six TDs scored to go with 358 yds rushing on 25 carries as the Panthers blasted Santa Monica, 42-7. Munde also had a 58-yd TD run called back on a penalty. His third school record came on a 97-yd TD run from scrimmage.

Sean Norton (Hart, Newhall): Turned in an inspiring effort for the Indians in their 56-21 win over state-ranked Canyon by completing 17 of 27 passes for 324 yds and four TDs. The senior QB added 88 yds rushing on 18 carries and scored twice.

Anthony Petty (Fremont, Oakland): Ranbled for 251 yds and three TDs on 15 carries in a 51-18 drubbing of Oakland.

Mark Reynolds (St. Vincent, Petaluma): In the second 200-yd game of the season and the eighth 100-yd outing, Reynolds ran for 232 yds on 22 carries and scored twice in a 28-12 triumph over Lower Lake.

Jose Rojas (Clovis West, Fresno): Tied a school record by scoring five TDs and ended up with 18 carries for 206 yds as the Golden Eagles rolled past Bullard of Fresno, 32-13.

Cody Smith (Red Bluff): Had a breakout game, rushing for 336 yds and three TDs on just nine carries in a 31-0 victory over Shasta of Redding. The senior hadn't rushed for more than 80 yds in a game this season.

Jason Steverson (Mt. Eden, Hayward): Ran for 249 yds in a 52-38 loss to Gonzales. In seven games this season, he's rushed for 1,272 yds.

Demetrius Sumier (University, San Diego): Dons' running back outran the passing game Scripps Ranch in 27-10 win and finished with 26 carries for 262 yds and four TDs.

Jerome Tarver (San Leandro): As San Leandro defeated Bishop O'Dowd of Oakland 39-19, Tarver rushed for 221 yds and a TD on 13 carries in three quarters. He sat out the third quarter due to an injury. Tarver's three TDs on kickoff returns earlier this season against Hayward are believed to have tied a national record.

Karl te Velde (Central Valley Christian, Visalia): One of the state's top scorers, te Velde ran for six TDs as Division V state-ranked CVC took care of Fowler, 56-7.

Kiel Trudeau (Leigh, San Jose): The 6-0, 170-pound junior passed for 400 yds and a TD of 73 yds as Leigh got by Independence of San Jose 30-27. He completed 25 of 37 passes.

Nick Turner (East Union, Manteca): Scored four TDs and rambled for 217 yds on 28 attempts as the Lancers downed Sierra of Manteca, 42-21. It was Turner's third 200-yd game of the season and his seventh 100-yd game.

Tavis Ve'e (Alameda): Scored five TDs, three rushing, one on a 21-yd pass reception and one on a 75-yd pass interception return in leading the Hornets over Richmond 48-0.

Kevin Will (Del Oro, Loomis): Completed 16 of 20 passes for 279 yds and five TDs in a 64-0 rout of winless El Dorado of Placerville. He's a 6-0, 160-pound junior.

Dominic Williams (Aragon, San Mateo): Carried 21 times for 270 yds, including 236 in the first half, and four TDs in a 59-15 trouncing of Burlingame.

Gerwin Williams (Grant, Sacramento): Rushed for 225 yds and a TD on 25 carries and also scored on a 52-yd pass reception in a 40-0 demolishing of previously undefeated Woodland. In an earlier game in September, he rushed for five TDs.


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