STAT STANDOUTS OF THE WEEK
371 - Daniel Dixon, El Modena (Orange) vs. Anaheim Canyon in 46-12 win. Dixon also raced for five TDs.
365 - Romiro Coburrubia, Point Arena vs. Deep Valley Chr. (Redwood Valley). Also scored four TDs in 46-6 rout.
336 - Steven Merems, Hamilton (Anza) vs. Lutheran (La Verne). Senior running back also scored five TDs to help Hamiton roll over Lutheran 44-0.
308 - Alan Webster, Overfelt (San Jose) vs. Del Mar (San Jose) on 22 carries and scored three TDs in 26-13 win.
295 - Dante Collins, Johansen (Modesto) vs. Modesto. Also scored five TDs on runs of 45, 43, 38, 23, and 68 yards in 49-13 victory.
287 - Kris Daniels, South San Francisco vs. Burlingame on 37 carries and scored four TDs to lead South San Francisco to the win, 28-20.
285 - Shomar Thomas, Ribet Academy (Los Angeles) vs. Calif School for the Deaf (Riverside). Carried 16 times and scored four TDs on runs of 35, 34, 27, and 23 yards to help Ribet Academy to a 47-0 win.
269 -- Anthony Dickson, Grant (Van Nuys) vs. Canoga Park in 33-28 win. Had 29 carries and scored two TDs. Had another 69-yard run called back due to a penalty.
262 - Vince Mays, Johnson (Sacramento) vs. Kennedy (Sacramento). Also scored 6 TDs in 67-6 pounding by the state-ranked Warriors over the Cougars.
262 - David Beverly, Long Beach Wilson vs. Long Beach Millikan. Ran for 262 yards and 4 TDs on just 16 carries to lift the Bruins over the Rams 34-27. Beverly scored on runs of 59, 65, and 78 yards before notching the game-winning 14-yard run with just 34 seconds remaining.
254 - Chad Collins, Kingsburg vs. Kerman. Carried 19 times and scored 3 TDs from 78, 61 and 25 yards in 42-14 victory.
254 - Kenny James, Dos Palos vs. Hanford West (Hanford) on 28 carries and scored 4 TDs from 58, 1, 46 and 3 yards. Also ran for three 2-pt conversions in 56-49 win.
253 - Steven Slaughter, Bellarmine-Jefferson (Burbank) vs. Chadwick (Palos Verdes Est.) in 27-3 win. Slaughter also scored three TDs.
249 - Chris Willard, Los Gatos vs. Wilcox (Santa Clara) in 49-14 win. The senior running back also had four TDs.
244 - Reggie Ross, Mira Mesa vs. Patrick Henry on 24 carries. Also had three TDs in the 44-19 win.
243 -- Chase Twedell, Valley Christian (Cerritos) vs. Calabasas in 48-6 domination. Also ran for long TDs of 75, 59 and 54 yards and caught a 26-yard TD pass.
241 - B.J. Mitchell, Del Oro (Loomis) vs. Woodcreek (Roseville) in 34-24 win. Had 18 carries and scored two TDs.
240 - Arthur Gidden, Manual Arts (Los Angeles) vs Locke (Los Angeles). Carried only 9 times and threw a 62 yard TD pass in 23-22 victory.
240 - Curtis Brown, Paraclete (Lancaster) vs. Village Christian (Sun Valley) in 41-20 win. Three-year standout had 12 carries and scored twice, including an 80-yarder.
239 - Dell Hester, Jordan (Los Angeles) vs. Bell on 26 carries. Also scored three TDs to help Jordan of Los Angeles edge Bell, 21-20.
238 - Dennis Legaspi, Mary Star of the Sea (San Pedro) vs. Sierra Madre La Salle. Carried 30 times and scored two TDs in 28-21 win. Also named homecoming king.
237 - Cesario Machado, Mesa Verde (Citrus Heights) vs. Encina (Sacramento) in 27-0 win. Machado carried the ball 26 times and scored four TDs.
235 - Brandon McCullough, Saugus vs. Valencia in 28-14 loss. Also scored one TD.
233 - Patrick Gates, Marian Catholic vs. Eastlake (Chula Vista) in 41-21 win. The sophomore runningback carried the ball only 11 times and scored four TDs. Also caught a pass for another TD.
232 - Stephen Bradley, Berean Christian (Walnut Creek) vs. Emery (Emeryville). Carried only 10 times and had four TDs. Also scored four 2-pt conversions in 52-0 win.
227 - Jovontae Turner, Merced vs. Ceres. Carried 24 times and scored four TDs to help Merced rally from behind to win, 34-23.
453 - Matt Engle, El Segundo vs. Torrance. Engle did it all to help his team defeat Torrance. Completing 33 of 55 passes and throwing three TDs. He also kicked a FG and rushed for 44 yards and one TD in 36-26 win.
430 - Preston Maloney, Santa Barbara vs. Buena (Ventura) in 31-28 victory. Maloney completed 22 of 34 passes and had 3 TDs. Also now has 1,605 yards for the season.
402 - Fidel Gonzalez, Westminster vs. Tustin. Completed 19 of 30, threw for four TDs and ran for one TD to help Westminster edge Tustin, 42-41.
383 - Jordan Adams, West Hills (Santee) vs. Grossmont (La Mesa). Completed 20 of 26 passes and had two TDs. Adams also kicked three FGs in the win, 31-7.
360 - Stephen Smith, Hemet vs. Perris. Completed 18 of 25 passes and had five TDs. Hemet won the game decisively 40-6.
342 - Ben Olson, Thousand Oaks vs. Royal (Simi Valley) in 45-14 triumph. Highly-recruited senior completed 20 of 26 passes, five that went for TDs.
325 - Jordan Christensen, Clovis vs. Centennial (Bakersfield) in 20-9 victory. Completed 17 of 24 passes and had five TDs.
321 - Hudson Gossard, Crescenta Valley (La Crescenta) vs. Hoover (Glendale) in 42-18 win. Amazing season continues for Gossard as he completed 19 of 25 and had five more TD passes. Crescenta Valley improved to 6-0.
319 - Thomas Herringshaw, Fairfax (Los Angeles) vs. Palisades. Completed 15 of 18 passes and had four TDs in 49-6 victory.
319 - J.C. Lewis, Las Lomas (Walnut Creek) vs. Dublin. Also scored two TDs to help Las Lomas edge Dublin 22-21.
302 - Eddie Miller, Venice vs. University (Irvine). Completed 15 of 18 passes and had four TDs to help Venice win, 56-12.
6 - Sean Spalding, Del Campo (Fair Oaks) vs. Bella Vista (Fair Oaks) in 45-7 win. Completed 12-23 passes for 194 yards.
5 - Joe Cox, Oakdale vs. East Union (Manteca). Cox set a school record with five TD passes all coming in the first half. Also completed 16 of 19 passes for a career-high 256 yards.
5 - Ben Olson, Thousand Oaks vs. Royal (Simi Valley) in 45-14 triumph. Highly-recruited senior also threw for 342 yards.
5 - Hudson Gossard, Crescenta Valley (La Crescenta) vs. Hoover (Glendale) in 42-18 win. Senior also threw for 321 yards.
6 TDs - Vince Mays, Johnson (Sacramento) vs. Kennedy (Sacramento) in 67-6 victory over Kennedy. Mays rushed for 262 yards.
6 TDs - Anthony Olivas, Arroyo (El Monte) vs. Mountain View (El Monte). Rushed for 204 yards on 26 carries. Also caught two passes for 21 yards in 58-34 victory.
5 TDs - Jason Oliver, Mitty (San Jose) vs. Serra (San Mateo). The 230-pound senior fullback carried the ball 18 times for 125 yards and scored on runs of 9, 7, 55, 7 and 3 yards. Mitty pounded Serra 47-14.
5 TDs - Patrick Gates, Marian Catholic (San Diego) vs. Eastlake (Chula Vista) in 41-21 win. The sophomore runningback carried the ball only 11 times for 233 yards and scored four TDs. Also caught a pass for another TD.
5 TDs - Farley Walker, Rubidoux (Riverside) vs. Bloomington in 48-42 win. Also rushed for 217 yards.
12 - Mike Sanford, Westchester (Los Angeles). Had 210 yards receiving and one TD. Sanford also rushed for 112 yards on 14 carries in 34-6 victory over Los Angeles.
221 - Justin Green, Campbell Hall (North Hollywood) vs. Calvary Chapel (Downey) in 51-16 triumph. Caught five passes, three that went for long-distance TDs of 85, 64 and 63 yards.
210 - Mike Sanford, Westchester (Los Angeles) vs. Los Angeles on 12 catches and had one TD. Sanford also rushed for 112 yards on 14 carries in 34-6 victory over Los Angeles.
209 - Akilah Lacey, Westminster vs. Tustin. Caught 6 passes and scored three TDs in 42-41 win over Tustin.
208 -- David Garcia, Santa Barbara vs. Buena (Ventura) in 31-28 victory. Caught nine passes, two that went for TDs
Rudy Luna (Firebaugh) - Intercepted four passes and returned one 49 yards for a TD. Firebaugh went on to a convincing victory, 66-7.
Steven Oropeza (Point Arena) - Recorded 13 tackles and 3 sacks in 46-6 win over Deep Valley Christian.
Marcus Hollingsworth (San Diego) - Junior standout connected on 16 of 26 passes and threw four TDs in 34-0 win over Madison. Hollingsworth also rushed for 106 yards to lead the Cavers.Shane Lopes (Dos Pueblos, Goleta) - Completed 13 of 23 passes for 260 yards and two TDs, including a 95-yarder to Corey Sanchez, and ground out 49 yards rushing on 14 attempts in 16-7 win over San Marcos. The Chargers claimed the championship of the Goleta Valley and remained unbeaten at 6-0.