Friday Night Phenoms - 11/24/06

Troy Evans (pictured)- Hayward, ran for 140 yards and two scores and intercepted a pass in his team's 23-21 loss to Fremont Irvington

Friday Night Phenoms – 11/24/06

 

Phillip Van Holland--Placentia El Dorad

Scores 2 TD's on a combined 145 yards as the Golden Hawks improve to 12-1 with 38-7 win over Pomona Diamond Ranch in second round Southwestern Division playoffs.


Michael Coulter--
El Dorado

10 for 16 for 213 yards, 4 TD passes.


Matt Cardenas--
El Dorado

2 TD pass receptions.

 

Derrick Coleman--Fullerton Troy

Runs for 224 yards and 2 TD to lift Troy to a 49-35 win against Santa Ana Saddleback in Southeastern Division playoff contest as Warriors remain undefeated at 13-0. Coleman, a junior, now has 37 TD this season.

 

Chris RamirezTroy

Runs for 3 TD.


Josh Swaney—
Troy

2 TD receptions on 102 yards, all from QB cousin Tyler Swaney.


Mike Deckard--
Santa Ana Saddleback

3 Touchdowns.


Peter Guillen—Saddleback

2 TD receptions

Rishard Matthews—Saddleback

190 yards running and receiving.

 

Esteban Camarillo--La Habra Whittier Christian

Runs for 173 yards and scores 5 TD in 40-13 win over Saddleback Valley Christian in Northeast Division playoffs. Camarillo also caught 3 passes for 40 yards, and now has a Orange County leading 40 TD this season.

 

Eric Reisinger--Santa Margarita

Runs for TD, passes for 2, and scores on a conversion run with 1:32 left after throwing TD pass for a 25-24 upset win against Mission Viejo in Pac-5 playoff win in first ever meeting in front of a crowd of 8,500, between these titans of California high school football.


Rob Maniaci--Santa Margarita

37 yard FG, TD pass reception, 2 PAT.


Kyle Aldridge—Santa Margarita

Key fumble recovery turned into 8-yard TD run by Reisinger.

 

Araseo Lakey--Huntington Beach Edison

Runs for 130 yards, TD, as Chargers defeat Anaheim Servte for second time this season 28-21 in Pac-5 Division playoff contest played at El Modena High.


Dominique Vinson
Edison

Returns interception for TD and catches 6 passes for 101 yards.
Nick Crissman--
Edison--Junior QB throws for 200 yards, 2 TD.

 

Ryan Saumer—Cypress

TD reception, FG, 3 PAT in 24-20 win against Corona del Mar to lead Centuriors into the deepest venture into CIF playoffs in 28 years.


Jason Rivera—
Cypress

80-yard TD kickoff return.


Taylor Hughes--
Corona del Mar

Passes for 2 TD and runs for another and throws for 264 yards.


Matt Kanuse—
Cypress

Passes for 2 TD, including game-winner late in 4 th quarter.


Steven Hillgren--
Corona del Mar

Catches 8 passes for 127 yards, TD.

 

Matt Contreras—Anaheim

Runs for 2 TD and 171 yards to lead the Colonists (12-1) into Southern Division semifinals in 21-17 win over Garden Grove Pacifica.


Andy Garcia--
Garden Grove Pacifica

Throws for 294 yards and 2 TD as the Empire League champions end impressive season.


Tyler Ortiz—
Pacifica

Grabs 11 receptions for 180 yards, TD.

 

Chike Amajoyi - San Bernardino Aquinas

Ran for 243 yards and two scores and intercepted a pass in a 15-0 win over Bishop Union.

 

Gabriel Thomas, Johnny Toloumu - Long Beach Poly

Thomas had 209 yards passing and Toloumu had 145 yards rushing in a 31-21 win over Sherman Oaks Notre Dame.

 

Aaron Corp, Tyson Seneca - Orange Lutheran

Corp rushed for 90 yards and a touchdown and completed 12 of 16 passes for 98 yards in a 26-12 win over Compton. Seneca rushed for 108 yards and a touchdown.

 

Delano Howell, Alex Pettee - Newhall Hart

Howell ran for 102 yards and two scores and Pettee completed 12 of 24 passes for 103 yards in his team's 27-14 win over Ventura St. Bonaventure.

 

Michael Lee, Anthony Macarena - Ventura St. Bonaventure

Lee ran for 185 yards and a touchdown and Macarena completed nine of 22 passes for 97 yards in a 27-14 loss to Hart.

 

Michael Camacho - Los Altos

Ran for 123 yards and two scores in a 37-21 win over Foothill.

 

Jimmy Clausen, Marshall Jones - Westlake Village Oaks Christian

Clausen completed 16 of 21 passes for 319 yards and three scores in a 49-17 win over Morro Bay. Jones had 115 yards rushing and three receptions for 41 yards and one score.

 

Chris Harris, Austin Goldsmith, Jermaine Thomas - Duarte

Harris ran for 177 yards and two scores and Goldsmith completed nine of 18 passes for 251 yards and four scores as Duarte beat Santa Clara 41-38 in overtime. Thomas had scoring receptions of 75 and 59 yards and had three catches overall for 139 yards.

 

Matt Kohorst - La Salle

Passed for 235 yards and two scores as his team defeated Monrovia 35-28.

 

Kriss Proctor - Big Bear

Rushed for 117 yards and one score and passes for 160 yards and four scores in a 49-14 win over Rosamond.

 

Troy Evans - Hayward

Ran for 140 yards and two scores and intercepted a pass in his team's 23-21 loss to Fremont Irvington.

 

J.T. Ramos - Fremont Irvinton

Ran for 108 yards and threw for two scores in a 23-21 win over Hayward.

 

Michael Hicks, Don-Miguel Tutass - El Cerrito

Hicks ran for 155 yards and two scores on just five carries and Tutass rushed for 116 yards and was 4-for-4 passing for 99 yards as El Cerrito defeated Ygnacio Valley 40-21.

 

Jeff Marks, Bryan Bei - Santa Rosa Montgomery

Marks had 130 yards rushing and Bei had two scoring runs in Montgomery's 38-12 win over Windsor. 38-12 loss to Montgomery.

 

John-Michael Midgal - Kentfield Marin Catholic

Completed 16 of 29 passes for 212 yards and one score in a 14-13 loss to Crescent City Del Norte.

 

Mike MacGillivray, John Hendershott - Concord De La Salle

MacGillivray completed 8 of 14 passes for 123 yards and Hendershott had four catches for 110 yards as De La Salle defeated San Ramon Valley 41-25.

 

Corbin Louks, Geoff Michalczyk - San Ramon Valley

Louks completed 24 of 40 passes for 277 yards and Michalcyzk had 11 catches for 138 yards in a 41-25 loss to De La Salle. SRV scored 18 points in the final 5:15.

 

Sione Mataele - Palo Alto

Mataele ran for 115 yards and four scores including the game-winner in the fourth overtime as Palo Alto defeated Oak Grove 41-38.

 

David Henderson - San Francisco Lincoln

Ran for 196 yards and the game-winning touchdown as his team rallied from a 10-point deficit to defeat San Francisco Lowell 29-22 to win the Turkey Bowl Game and send the Lions to the TransBay Bowl against Oakland McClymonds.

 


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