Friday Night Phenoms

Steve Sloan (pictured) - San Jose Mitty - was credited with 10 unassisted 10 tackles and 19 overall for the Monarchs

Corbin Louks, Geoff Michalcyck - San Ramon Valley
Louks threw for 182 yards and two scores and Michalcyck caught eight passes
for 129 yards in their team's 21-17 win over Monte Vista. It was SRV's first
win over Monte Vista since 2000.

Drew McAllister - Monte
Threw for 168 yards in a 21-17 loss to San Ramon Valley.

Rob Andrews - Foothill
Ran for 146 yards in a 23-7 win over
Pleasanton Amador Valley, improving his
team's record to 10-0.

DeAngelo Winston -
San Francisco Mission
Ran for 177 yards and four touchdowns in a 34-24 win over San Francisco

Matthew Jew, Bismark Navarro - San Francisco Lowell
Jew kicked the first field goal of his career and Lowell's first since 2002,
a 29-yarder, with no time left to lift the Cardinals to a 9-8 victory
against San Francisco Balboa. The win gave
Lowell the AAA regular-season
title and improved the Cardinals to 7-0. Bismark Navarro ran for 101 yards.

Eric Lara -
San Francisco Balboa
Lara passed for 160 yards in a 9-8 loss to Lowell.

Michael Avila -
Returned an interception 47 yards during a 24-0 win over Monterey. The win
Seaside (9-1, 5-0) the Monterey Bay League title.

Brian Reader, Ted Taylor -
Salinas Palma
Reader had two touchdown passes for Taylor in a 49-3 win over Alvarez.

Thomas Reynolds, Steve Sloan -
San Jose Mitty
Reynolds ran for 140 yards and one score and caught four passes for 38 yards
in a 22-18 win over San Jose Valley Christian. Steve Sloan was credited with
10 unassisted 10 tackles and 19 overall for the Monarchs.

Ian McGinnis, Cody McGhee -
Felton San Lorenzo Valley
McGinnis passed for 151 yards and two scores and McGhee ran for 90 yards in
a 23-0 win over Soquel, giving the Cougars a co-title in the Santa Cruz
Coast Athletic League with
Scotts Valley. It was SLV's ninth league title in
11 years.

Zach Trap -
Scotts Valley
Ran for 103 yards, including the game-winner on a 35-yard run in the third
quarter as his team defeated
Santa Cruz 12-7 to clinch an SCCAL co-title
San Lorenzo Valley. Star QB/DB Isaac Dawid suffered a likely
season-ending knee injury in the first half.

Ryan Campbell, Jordan Mannisto - Westlake
Campbell passed for 233 yards and one score and Mannisto kicked three field
goals, including a 50-yarder, as Westlake defeated Moorpark 23-12 to win the
Marmonte League title.

Darrell Scott - Moorpark
Ran for 201 yards in a 23-12 loss to

Kriss Proctor, Mike Mooney, Christian Metzger - Big Bear
Proctor passed for 92 yards and ran for 89, Metzger ran for 189 yards and
two scores and Mooney scored on runs of 66 and 67 yards in a 34-15 win over
Yucca Valley, wrapping up a 10-0 regular season for the Bears.

Ryan Bass -
Corona Centennial
Ran for 204 yards and four scores and also scored the game-winning two-point
conversion in overtime in a 36-34 victory against
Norco. Centennial wrapped
up a 10-0 regular season and an outright Mountain View League season.

Joshua Nakamoto -
Ran for 275 yards and two scores in a 36-34 loss to Corona Centennial.

Louis Adeynemi -
Santa Monica
Ran for 136 yards and two scores in a 52-6 win over Hawthorne.

Marcus Darden, Brandon Johnson - Compton Dominguez
Darden ran for 196 yards and two scores and Johnson ran for 107 yards and
three scores in a 48-35 win over Gahr.

Wes Horton -
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame
The 6-6, 230-pound defender had two sacks in his team's 21-3 win over Encino
Crespi, wrapping up the Serra League title and a 10-0 regular-season record.

Kevin Prince - Encino Crespi
Passed for 172 yards in a 21-3 loss to Notre Dame.

Anthony Brown, Shawn Smith, James Gonzales - Alhambra
Brown ran for 134 yards and four scores in a 55-24 win over Schurr as his
team clinched a co-title with Schurr. Smith ran for 101 yards and
one score
and Gonzales passed for 242 yards and three scores.

Roman Lopez, Jesus Campos - Bell Gardens
Lopez intercepted a fourth-down pass with 30 seconds left and Campos scored
three times in a 20-17 win over Montebello.

Mark Rodgers -
West Torrance
Ran for 224 yards and one score in a 28-6 win over Leuzinger.

Kadumo Walker, Romeo Pellum -
Santa Fe
Walker and Pellum both had 60-yard scoring runs and Pellum latched onto a
45-yard scoring pass from Angel Molina in a 35-7 win over El Rancho. Molina
had two scoring passes.

Mike Evans, Demitrius Johnson - Compton
Mike Evans ran for 120 yards and two scores and Johnson threw for 135 yards
and a score in a 60-18 win over Long Beach Cabrillo.


Josh Ferrell-San Clemente

Scores 2 TD on 13 carries and 143 yards as Tritons (4-1, 8-2) prepares to represent South Coast League as number-2 seed behind Mission Viejo State with 37-9 win over Los Flores Tesoro.

Chad Rusinkovich-San Clemente

Piles up 184 yards receiving on 11 receptions, 2 TD.
Brad Curtis-San Clemente--Throws for 3 TD and 267 yards after going 15-25-1.


Ricky Carroll-Dana Hills

Leads way to playoffs out of South Coast League with 4 receptions, 123 yards, 2 TD as Dana Hills pulls away from Mission Viejo Capistrano Valley 28-13.
Rod Muratalla-Misson Viejo Capistrano Valley-- Runs for 157 yards on 36 carries in teams season finale.


Derrick Conner-Huntington Beach Brethran

Runs for 191 yards on 16 carries and TD in 40-14 victory against Animo Leadership.


Derrick Coleman-Fullerton Troy

Led Warriors to outright Freeway League championship with 4 second half TD's and 248 yards rushing to break open a 27-21 halftime lead in 56-27 slugfest over La Habra Sonora.

Chris Ramires-Fullerton

85 yards rushing, 2 TD's.

Michael Rooks-La Habra

128 yards receiving, 2 TD's.

Chris Giovanno-Laguna Hills

Rushed for 3 TD's and 101 yards to lead Hawks into playoffs out of Pacific Coast League after eliminating Irvine from playoff consideration with 34-6 victory.

George Perdickez-Anaheim

Scores twice on the run and again on Int return as Colonists advance to playoffs out of Orange League with its best record in ten years at 9-1 after defeating Santa Ana Century 54-7.

Victor Torres-Anaheim

141 yards and 2 TD runs as Anaheim racks up nearly 600 total yards.

Austin Pettis-Orange Lutheran

Helps clinch number-one seed for Lancers out of rugged Trinity League with TD reception and 118 yards. Orange Lutheran finishes at 9-1 and CIF sees dollar signs in upcoming state matchups.

Dontae Taylor-Westminster

Chalks up 269 yards on ground and 2 TD's as Lions best Saddleback 27-21 in Golden West League contest between highly skilled schools.

Ben Chapple-Westminster

Smart QB runs for 2 TD's and will cause problems for next Friday's playoff opponent.

Rishard Matthews-Santa Ana Saddleback

Projected as a Bobby Moore prototype next year at U. of Oregon and almost single-handedly beat Westminster with 2 TD receptions and TD kickoff return. If Roadrunners eek into playoffs, Matthews is worth price of admission.

Michael Coulter-Placentia
El Dorado

Capitalized on two Tustin (7-3) turnovers with under 2 minutes left in half by throwing 2 TD passes, good for 28-14 lead as El Dorado (9-1) defended its Century League title with 8th win in row in 42-27 victory over Tillers. Coulter picked on linebacker match ups for 6 TD passes on 11-15-0-214 proficiency. Coulter took Tustin's defense into deep water and slowed it to dog paddle, throwing his final TD after Tustin had drawn to 35-27. Tillers standout RB/DB Michael Clemmons went out in second half with ankle injury and QB Nick Gniadek was also hobbled. Tustin will travel to playoff game in LA County as a number-3 seed, while the Golden Hawks will pick up an easy playoff win at home.

Matt Cardenas-El Dorado

Followed strict coaching instructions regarding running pass routes, good for 161 yards and 3 TD receptions.

Javes Lewis-Tustin

Dazzled college recruiters in attendance with 200 total yards and 3 TD's.
Phillip Van Holland-El Dorado--Kept
Tustin at bay with deceptive with movement without ball. Still rushed for 92 yards.

Tri Vo-Garden Grove

Helps Sea Dogs slip into Empire League championship with 2 TD runs in 27-7 upset over defending champ's La Palma Kennedy.

Chad VanderMolen-Pacifica

Locked win against Kennedy with 2 long FG's.

Nick Crissman-Huntington Beach Edison

Rebounds from 2 early losses to garner playoff game by knocking off Sunset League foe Los Alamitos 28-7. Big blue-chip QB hurls 3 TD passes and seems to have regained the zone.

Robbie Willis-Garden Grove Rancho Alamitos

Registered night's best overall stats in CIF-SS by rushing for 2 TD's and throwing four more as Vaqueros conquered first Garden Grove championship in ten years by defeating Los Amigos 45-36. Willis found wideout Ryan Jones 7 times for 285 yards, 4 TD's. Willis threw for 351 yards and ran for another 112.

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