STATE FB RECORDS: INDIVIDUAL SCORING

All-time state football bests for most touchdowns in a game, most touchdowns in a season, most touchdowns in a career and who led the state in scoring back to 1916.These lists will be updated on a weekly basis.

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INDIVIDUAL SCORING

Most Touchdowns (Season)

64 — Tyler Ebell, Ventura, 2000 (14)
59 — DeShaun Foster, Tustin, 1997 (14)
57 — Jermaine Marshall, Malibu Camp Kilpatrick, 1999 (14)
54 — Kenny James, Dos Palos, 2000 (13) Jr.
53 — Onterrio Smith, Sacramento Grant, 1998 (12)
50 — Dominique Dorsey, Tulare, 2000 (13)
50 — Lorenzo Booker, Ventura St. Bonaventure, 2001 (14)
50 — Terrell Jackson, Corona Centennial, 2002 (13) Jr.
49 — Chris Hanks, Los Angeles Cathedral, 1997 (12)
49 — Lorenzo Booker, Ventura St. Bonaventure, 2000 (14) Jr.
49 — Kenny James, Dos Palos, 2001 (13)
47 — Oscar Arzu, Baldwin Park Sierra Vista, 1996 (13)
47 — Frederick Collins, La Quinta, 2001 (14)
46 — David Dotson, Moreno Valley Valley View, 1991 (11)
45 — Greg Oliver, Bloomington, 1994 (14)
45 — Albert Tuipulotu, San Mateo, 1996 (12)
45 — Mike Williams, Lakewood Mayfair, 1999 (12)
44 — Mike Carnell, Fremont Mission San Jose, 1977 (11)
44 — McKay Christensen, Fresno Clovis West, 1993 (14)
43 — Steve Wofford, Bakersfield, 1994 (14)
43 — Conrad Alvarez, Napa Vintage, 1997 (10)
43 — Dominique Dorsey, Tulare, 1999 (13)
43 — Drew Robinson, Ontario Christian, 2002 (14)
42 — Donald Hair, Sacramento McClatchy, 1984 (12)
42 — Vaughn Kerkhoff, Trona, 1991 (12)
42 — Brendan McGraw, Laguna Hills, 1994 (13)
42 — Gary Sonkur, Van Nuys Montclair Prep, 2000 (14)
42 — Whitney Lewis, Ventura St. Bonaventure, 2002 (14)
41 — Wilbert Smith, Van Nuys Montclair Prep, 1993 (11)
41 — Ted Iacenda, Newhall Hart, 1994 (14) Jr.
41 — Deonce Whitaker, Rancho Cucamonga, 1995 (14) Jr.
41 — Trevor Wilson, Redlands Arrowhead Chris., 1996 (14) Jr.
41 — John Bordenkircher, Dixon, 1997 (12)
41 — T.J. Bird, Cloverdale, 1997 (13)
41 — Mike Bass, Corona Centennial, 2000 (14)
41 — Louis Rankin, Stockton Lincoln, 2002 (14)
40 — Marshall Dillard, Bakersfield, 1982 (12)
40 — Manual White, Valencia, 1999 (14)
39 — Glyn Milburn, Santa Monica, 1987 (11)
39 — Napoleon Kaufman, Lompoc, 1989 (14) Jr.
39 — Ted Iacenda, Newhall Hart, 1995 (14)
39 — Deonce Whitaker, Rancho Cucamonga, 1996 (12)
39 — Frank Strong, Stockton Franklin, 1997 (10)
39 — Alan Taylor, Yucaipa, 1997 (14)
39 — Michael Jones, Laguna Hills, 1997 (14)
39 — Marcus Guzman, Norco, 1999 (12)
39 — Tim Culver, La Jolla Bishop's, 1999 (12)

Eight-Man Football:
52 — Evan Fisher, Julian, 2001 (12)
51 — Rashaan Salaam, La Jolla Country Day, 1990 (11) Jr.
47 — DeAndre Bradford, Riverside Christian, 1992 (11) Jr.
44 — Benji Smith, Norwalk Leffingwell Christian, 1986 (10)
42 — Eric Mobley, Lanc. Antelope Valley Chr., 1995 (13) Jr.

Regular Season:
50 — Onterrio Smith, Sacramento Grant, 1998 (10)
48 — Jermaine Marshall, Malibu Camp Kilpatrick, 1999 (10)
47 — Chris Hanks, Los Angeles Cathedral, 1997 (10)
47 — Tyler Ebell, Ventura, 2000 (10)
44 — David Dotson, Moreno Valley Valley View, 1991 (10)
43 — Conrad Alvarez, Napa Vintage, 1997 (10)
43 — DeShaun Foster, Tustin, 1997 (10)
43 — Mike Williams, Lakewood Mayfair, 1999 (10)
42 — Albert Tuipulotu, San Mateo, 1996 (10)
40 — Vaughn Kerkhoff, Trona, 1991 (10)
40 — Kenny James, Dos Palos, 2000 (10) Jr.
39 — Frank Strong, Stockton Franklin, 1997 (10)
38 — Donald Hair, Sacramento McClatchy, 1984 (10)
37 — Dick Bass, Vallejo, 1954 (9)
37 — Wilbert Smith, Van Nuys Montclair Prep, 1993 (9)
37 — John Bordenkircher, Dixon, 1997 (10)
37 — Andrew Niumata, Fountain Valley Los Amigos, 1998 (10)
37 — Dominique Dorsey, Tulare, 2000 (10)
37 — Stephen Bradley, Walnut Creek Berean Christian, 2001 (9)
36 — Rudy Jones, Rancho Cordova, 2000 (10)
35 — Mike Carnell, Fremont Mission San Jose, 1977 (9)
35 — Brendan McGraw, Laguna Hills, 1994 (10)
35 — Lorenzo Booker, Ventura St, Bonaventure, 2000 (10) Jr.
34 — Garland Evans, Barstow, 1971 (9)
34 — Glyn Milburn, Santa Monica, 1987 (9)
34 — Oscar Arzu, Baldwin Park Sierra Vista, 1996 (10)
34 — Kenny James, Dos Palos, 2001 (10)
33 — Trevor Wilson, Redlands Arrowhead Christ., 1996 (10) Jr.
33 — Pat Haines, Travis AFB Vanden, 1996 (10)
33 — Darian Morton, Vacaville Wood, 1996 (10)
33 — Kevin Tennerson, Citrus Heights Mesa Verde, 1998 (10) Jr.
33 — Lorenzo Booker, Ventura St. Bonaventure, 2001 (10)
33 — Terrell Jackson, Corona Centennial, 2002 (10) Jr.
32 — Joe Silva, Gustine, 1952 (10)
32 — Stan Brown, Richmond Salesian, 1966 (9)
32 — Jim Johnson, Rosamond, 1970 (9)
32 — David Hanson, South San Francisco, 1989 (9)
32 — Patrick Walsh, Concord De La Salle, 1992 (10)
32 — McKay Christensen, Fresno Clovis West, 1993 (10)
32 — Steve Wofford, Bakersfield, 1993 (10) Jr.
32 — Durell Price, Sylmar, 1995 (10)
32 — Marcellus Armstrong, Fresno McLane, 1997 (10)
32 — T.J. Bird, Cloverdale, 1997 (10)
32 — Marcus Guzman, Norco, 1999 (10)
32 — Frederick Collins, La Quinta, 2001 (10)
32 — Devin Martinez, Los Angeles Cathedral, 2002 (10)

Eight-Man Football Reg. Season:
49 — Evan Fisher, Julian, 2001 (10)
44 — Rashaan Salaam, La Jolla Country Day, 1990 (10) Jr.
40 — Benji Smith, Norwalk Leffingwell Christian, 1986 (9)
39 — DeAndre Bradford, Riverside Christian, 1992 (9) Jr.

Six-Man Football Reg. Season:
35 — Mike Smith, Pasadena Poly, 1962 (8)

Most Points (Season)

388 — Tyler Ebell, Ventura, 2000 (14)
362 — DeShaun Foster, Tustin, 1997 (14)
358 — Jermaine Marshall, Malibu Camp Kilpatrick, 1999 (14)
352 — Greg Oliver, Bloomington, 1994 (14)
332 — Kenny James, Dos Palos, 2000 (13) Jr.
322 — Lorenzo Booker, Ventura St. Bonaventure, 2001 (14)
318 — Onterrio Smith, Sacramento Grant, 1998 (12)
314 — Lorenzo Booker, Ventura St. Bonaventure, 2000 (14) Jr.
312 — Chris Hanks, Los Angeles Cathedral, 1997 (12)
304 — Kenny James, Dos Palos, 2001 (13)
300 — Dominique Dorsey, Tulare, 2000 (13)
300 — Terrell Jackson, Corona Centennial, 2002 (14) Jr.
290 — Oscar Arzu, Baldwin Park Sierra Vista, 1996 (13)
288 — Frederick Collins, La Quinta, 2001 (14)
282 — David Dotson, Moreno Valley Valley View, 1991 (11)
278— Trevor Wilson, Redl. Arrowhead Chris., 1996 (14) Jr.
274 — Vaughn Kerkhoff, Trona, 1991 (12)
270 — Albert Tuipulotu, San Mateo, 1996 (12)
270 — Mike Williams, Lakewood Mayfair, 1999 (12)
268 — Whitney Lewis, Ventura St. Bonaventure, 2002 (14)
265 — Rodney Davis, Dos Palos, 1999 (13)
264 — Mike Carnell, Fremont Mission San Jose, 1977 (11)
264 — McKay Christensen, Fresno Clovis West, 1993 (14)
264 — Cedric Mullins, Bloomington, 1996 (14)
262 — Steve Wofford, Bakersfield, 1994 (14)
262 — Chad Cox, Pine Valley Mountain Empire, 1998 (12)
262 — Drew Robinson, Ontario Christian, 2002 (14)
260 — Conrad Alvarez, Napa Vintage, 1997 (10)
260 — Dominique Dorsey, Tulare, 1999 (13)
258 — Donald Hair, Sacramento McClatchy, 1984 (12)
258 — Montise Mallory, Bloomington, 1997 (14)
256 — Dick Bass, Vallejo, 1954 (9)
256 — Frank Strong, Stockton Franklin, 1997 (10)
256 — Gary Sonkurt, Van Nuys Montclair Prep, 2000 (14)
252 — Brendan McGraw, Laguna Hills, 1994 (13)
250 — Deonce Whitaker, Rancho Cucamonga, 1995 (14) Jr.
250 — Mike Bass, Corona Centennial, 2000 (14)
248 — Wilbert Smith, Van Nuys Montclair Prep, 1993 (11)
248 — Ted Iacenda, Newhall Hall, 1994 (14) Jr.
248 — T.J. Bird, Cloverdale, 1997 (13)
246 — Marshall Dillard, Bakersfield, 1982 (12)
246 — John Bordenkircher, Dixon, 1997 (12)
246 — Manuel White, Valencia, 1999 (14)
246 — Louis Rankin, Stockton Lincoln, 2002 (14)

Eight-Man Football:
342 — Evan Fisher, Julian, 2001 (12)
314 — Rashaan Salaam, La Jolla Country Day, 1990 (11) Jr.
288 — DeAndre Bradford, Riverside Christian, 1992 (11) Jr.
268 — Benji Smith, Norwalk Leffingwell Christian, 1986 (10)
268 — Eric Mobley, Lanc. Antelope Valley Chr., 1995 (13) Jr.

Regular Season:
304 — Jermaine Marshall, Malibu Camp Kilpatrick, 1999 (10)
300 — Chris Hanks, Los Angeles Cathedral, 1997 (10)
300 — Onterrio Smith, Sacramento Grant, 1998 (10)
286 — Tyler Ebell, Ventura, 2000 (10)
268 — David Dotson, Moreno Valley Valley View, 1991 (10)
260 — Vaughn Kerkhoff, Trona, 1991 (10)
260 — Conrad Alvarez, Napa Vintage, 1997 (10)
260 — DeShaun Foster, Tustin, 1997 (10)
258 — Mike Williams, Lakewood Mayfair, 1999 (10)
256 — Dick Bass, Vallejo, 1954 (9)
256 — Frank Strong, Stockton Franklin, 1997 (10)
254 — Stephen Bradley, Walnut Creek Bereen Christian, 2001 (9)
252 — Albert Tuipulotu, San Mateo, 1996 (10)
246 — Kenny James, Dos Palos, 2000 (10) Jr.
232 — Donald Hair, Sacramento McClatchy, 1984 (10)
232 — Greg Oliver, Bloomington, 1994 (10)
228 — Garland Evans, Barstow, 1971 (9)
226 — Andrew Niumata, Fountain Valley Los Amigos, 1998 (10)
226 — Lorenzo Booker, Ventura St. Bonaventure, 2000 (10) Jr.
224 — Wilbert Smith, Van Nuys Montclair Prep, 1993 (9)
222 — John Bordenkircher, Dixon, 1997 (10)
222 — Dominique Dorsey, Tulare, 2000 (10)
220 — Trevor Wilson, Redl. Arrowhead Chrst.,1996 (10) Jr.
220 — Lorenzo Booker, Ventura St. Bonaventure, 2001 (10)
216 — Rudy Jones, Rancho Cordova, 2000 (10)
214 — Jeff Warkentin, Reedley Immanuel, 1978 (10)
214 — Kenny James, Dos Palos, 2001 (10)
212 — Oscar Arzu, Baldwin Park Sierra Vista, 1996 (10)
212 — Chad Cox, Pine Valley Mountain Empire, 1998 (10)
211 — Joe Silva, Gustine, 1952 (10)
211 — Jim Johnson, Rosamond, 1970 (9)
210 — Bill Carlquist, Dunsmuir, 1966 (9)
210 — Mike Carnell, Fremont Mission San Jose, 1977 (9)
210 — Brendan McGraw, Laguna Hills, 1994 (10)
205 — Devin Martinez, Los Angeles Cathedral, 2002 (10)
204 — Glyn Milburn, Santa Monica, 1987 (9)
204 — Rodney Davis, Dos Palos, 1999 (10)
202 — Ricky Walker, Oakland Bishop O'Dowd, 1995 (10)
200 — Pat Haines, Travis AFB Vanden, 1996 (10)
200 — Marcellus Armstrong, Fresno McLane, 1997 (10)
200 — Terrell Jackson, Corona Centennial, 2002 (10) Jr.

Eight-Man Football Reg. Season:
320 — Evan Fisher, Julian, 2001(10)
272 — Rashaan Salaam, La Jolla Country Day, 1990 (10) Jr.
244 — Benji Smith, Norwalk Leffingwell Christian, 1986 (9)
234 — DeAndre Bradford, Riverside Christian, 1992 (9) Jr.
233 — Chris Perdue, Coleville, 1991 (9)

Six-Man Football Reg. Season:
219 — Mike Smith, Pasadena Polytechnic, 1962 (8)
215 — Don Domingos, Templeton, 1973 (9)

Most Touchdowns (Game)

11 — Frank Greene, Coronado (108) vs. National City Sweetwater (0), 1929
10 — Jonas Lewis, Beaumont (69) vs. Hemet West Valley (24), 1994
9 — Joe Silva, Gustine (74) vs. LeGrand (0), 1952
9 — Wes Anderson, Lebec Frazier Mountain (86) vs. Acton Vasquez (0), 1999
8 — Tom Blanchfield, St. Helena (80) vs. Tomales (0), 1960
8 — Kent Nance, Madera (84) vs. Merced (0), 1960
8 — Dave Johnson, Montebello Cantwell (59) vs. L.A. Pater Noster (29), 1969
8 — Jim Johnson, Rosamond (60) vs. Boron (0), 1970
8 — Donald Hair, Sacramento McClatchy (52) vs. Roseville Oakmont (21), 1984
8 — David Dotson, Moreno Valley Valley View (56) vs. Rim of the World (0), 1991
8 — Steve Wofford, Bakersfield (70) vs. East Bakersfield (3), 1994
8 — David Jackson, Cupertino (54) vs. San Jose Lynbrook (42), 1996
8 — Corey Neal, Sylmar (55) vs. L.A. Poly (8), 1998
8 — Andrew Niumata, Ftn. Valley Los Amigos (71) vs. Garden Grove Bolsa Grande (46), 1998
8 — Earvin Johnson, L.A. Cathedral (67) vs. Panorama City St. Genevieve, (38) 1998 (Soph.)
8 — Terrell Jackson, Corona Centennial (57) vs. Riverside J.W. North (55), 2002 (Jr.) (3 OTs)

Eight-Man Football:
10 — Johnny Fansler, Big Pine (72) vs. Coleville (70), 2000
8 — David Wills, Maxwell (74) vs. Galt St. Pius (14), 1974
8 — Craig Pittman, Bloomington Chr. (60) vs. Sepulveda SF Valley Chr. (18),1983
8 — Dan Arnold, Salton City West Shores (70) vs. Anaheim Walden (0), 1986
8 — Uriah Bahn, Wildomar Cal Lutheran (60) vs. Huntington Beach Liberty Christian (14), 1999
8 — Matt Carter, Coleville (70) vs. Big Pine (72), 2000
8 — Evan Fisher, Julian (57) vs. Warner Springs Warner (8), 2001

Six-Man Football:
8 — Mike Smith, Pasadena Poly (91) vs. Paramount Brethren (42), 1962

Most Points (Game)

80 — Frank Greene, Coronado (108) vs. National City Sweetwater, 1929
60 — Joe Silva, Gustine (74) vs. LeGrand (0), 1952
60 — Jonas Lewis, Beaumont (69) vs. Hemet West Valley (24), 1994
58 — Wes Anderson, Lebec Frazier Mountain (86) vs. Acton Vasquez (0), 1999
57 — Johnny Hunter, San Diego (130) vs. San Diego Army-Navy (7), 1920
55 — Tom Blanchfield, St. Helena (80) vs. Tomales (0), 1960
52 — Jim Johnson, Rosamond (60) vs. Boron (0), 1970
50 — Chad Cox, Pine Valley Mtn. Empire (62) vs. Salton Sea West Shores (6), 1998
48 — Kent Nance, Madera (84) vs. Merced (0), 1960
48 — Dave Johnson, Montebello Cantwell (59) vs. L.A. Pater Noster (29), 1969
48 — Donald Hair, Sacramento McClatchy (52) vs. Roseville Oakmont (21), 1984
48 — David Dotson, Moreno Valley Valley View (56) vs. Rim of the World (0), 1991
48 — Chris Stone, Santa Clara (54) vs. Los Altos (21), 1991 Jr.
48 — Steve Wofford, Bakersfield (70) vs. East Bakersfield (3), 1994
48 — David Jackson, Cupertino (54) vs. San Jose Lynbrook (42), 1996
48 — Corey Neal, Sylmar (55) vs. L.A. Poly (8), 1998
48 — Andrew Niumata, Ftn. Valley Los Amigos (71) vs. Garden Grove Bolsa Grande (46), 1998
48 — Earvin Johnson, L.A. Cathedral (67) vs. St. Genevieve Panorama City (38), 1998 (Soph.)
48 — Rey Brathwaite, Spring Valley Monte Vista (64) vs. El Cajon Granite Hills (30), 1998
48 – Terrell Jackson, Corona Centennial (57) vs. Riverside J.W. North (55), 2002 (Jr.) (3 OTs)

Eight-Man Football:
62 — Johnny Fansler, Big Pine (72) vs. Coleville (70), 2000
52 — Craig Pittman, Bloomington Christian (60) vs. Sepulveda San Fernando Valley Christian (18), 1983
50 — David Wills, Maxwell (74) vs. Galt St. Pius (14), 1974
50 — Uriah Bahn, Wildomar Cal Lutheran (60) vs. Huntington Beach Liberty Christian (14), 1999
48 — Dan Arnold, Salton City West Shores (70) vs. Anaheim Walden (0), 1986
48 — Matt Carter, Coleville (70) vs. Big Pine (72), 2000

Six-Man Football:
50 — Mike Smith, Pasadena Poly (91) vs. Paramount Brethren (42), 1962

Most Touchdowns (Career)

137 — Lorenzo Booker, Ventura St. Bonaventure, 1999-2001 (42)
118 — Dominique Dorsey, Tulare, 1998-2000 (36)
118 — Kenny James. Dos Palos, 1999-2001 (39)
112 — Tyler Ebell, Ventura, 1998-2000
107 — Steve Wofford, Bakersfield, 1992-94 (40)
104 — Deonce Whitaker, Rancho Cucamonga, 1994-96 (38)
102 — DeShaun Foster, Tustin, 1995-97
99 — Ted Iacenda, Newhall Hart, 1993-95 (40)
99 — Onterrio Smith, Sacramento Grant, 1995-98
94 — Russell White, Encino Crespi, 1986-88 (38)
91 — Michael Jones, Laguna Hills, 1995-97
91 — Curtis Brown, Lancaster Paraclete, 1998-2001
87 — Chase Twedell, Cerritos Valley Christian, 2000-2002
86 — Napoleon Kaufman, Lompoc, 1988-1990 (39)
85 — David Dotson, Moreno Valley Valley View, 1989-1991 (31)
84 — Frank Strong, Stockton St. Mary's (1995-96) & Stockton Franklin, 1997
82 — Rodney Davis, Dos Palos, 1997-99 (39)
81 — George Keiaho, Ventura Buena, 1990-93 (39)
78 — Tyreese Knox, D. City Serramonte, 1980 & Daly City Jefferson, 1981-83 (38)
78 — Jermaine Lewis, Lanc. Antelope Valley, 1993-95 (41)
77 — Justin Fargas, Sherm. Oaks Notre Dame, 1995-97 (39)
75 — Pat Haines, Travis AFB Vanden, 1994-96 (36)
73 — Mickey Cureton, Compton Centennial, 1964-66 (32)
73 — Saladin McCullough, Pasadena Muir, 1990-92
73 — Marque Davis, Dos Palos, 1996-98
72 — James Kidd, Elk Grove, 1989-1991 (38)
72 — Markeith Ross, San Diego Rancho Buena Vista, 1988-90
71 — Michael Okwo, Manhattan Beach Mira Costa, 2000-2002
70 — Glenn Davis, La Verne Bonita, 1940-42 (26)
70 — Allen Carter, La Verne Bonita, 1968 -1970 (33)
70 — Akil Harris, Monrovia, 1996-98

Eight-Man Football:
105 — Rashaan Salaam, La Jolla Country Day, 1989-1991 (25)

Most Points (Career)

874 — Lorenzo Booker, Ventura St. Bonaventure, 1999-2001 (42)
732 — Kenny James, Dos Palos, 1999-2001 (39)
710 — Dominique Dorsey, Tulare, 1998-2000 (36)
676 — Tyler Ebell, Ventura, 1998-2000
650 — DeShaun Foster, Tustin, 1995-97
648 — Steve Wofford, Bakersfield, 1992-94 (40)
644 — Rodney Davis, Dos Palos, 1997-99 (39)
636 — Deonce Whitaker, Rancho Cucamonga, 1994-96 (38)
604 — Ted Iacenda, Newhall Hart, 1993-95 (40)
594 — Onterrio Smith, Sacramento Grant, 1995-98
568 — Russell White, Encino Crespi, 1986-1988 (38)
558 — Curtis Brown, Lancaster Paraclete, 1998-2001*
546 — Michael Jones, Laguna Hills, 1995-97
542 — Frank Strong, Stockton St. Mary's (1995-96) & Stockton Franklin, 1997
526 — David Dotson, Moreno Valley Valley View, 1989-1991 (31)
524 — Chase Twedell, Cerritos Valley Christian, 2000-2002 520 — Napoleon Kaufman, Lompoc, 1988-1990 (39)
484 — Markeith Ross, Vista Rancho Buena Vista,1988-1990 ( 40)
480 — George Keiaho, Ventura Buena, 1990-93 (39)
476 — Tyreese Knox, D. City Serramonte,1980 & Daly City Jefferson, 1981-83 (38)
474 — Mickey Cureton, Compton Centennial, 1964-1966 (32)
474 — Jermaine Lewis, Lanc. Antelope Valley, 1993-95 (41)
464 — Glenn Davis, La Verne Bonita, 1940-1942 (26)
462 — Justin Fargas, Sherm. Oaks Notre Dame, 1995-97
455 — Vaughn Kerkhoff, Trona, 1989-1991
452 — Pat Haines, Travis AFB Vanden, 1994-96 (36)
450 — Reggie Bush, La Mesa Helix, 2000-2002
446 — Jeff Warkentin, Reedley Immanuel, 1977-1979 (34)
442 — Dick Bass, Vallejo, 1953-1954 (18)
442 — Garland Evans, Barstow, 1969-1971 (33)
440 — Steve Tetrick, Sepulveda L.A. Baptist, 1970-1972 (34)
440 — Saladin McCullough, Pasadena Muir, 1990-92*

Eight-Man Football:
640 — Rashaan Salaam, La Jolla Country Day, 1989-1991 (25)
461 — Dennis Fansler, Big Pine, 1971-1974 (31)
*Note: Some two-point conversions not reported.

Most Two-Point Conversions (Season)

41 — Greg Oliver , Bloomington, 1994 (14)
25 — Damone Gordon, Tomales, 1999 (11)
24 — Cedric Mullins, Bloomington, 1996 (14)
24 — Montise Mallory, Bloomington, 1997 (14)
22 — Chris Ludlow, Tomales, 1997 (12)
21 — James McAlister, Pasadena Blair, 1969 (13)
20 — Therrian Fontenot, Lawndale Leuzinger, 1999 (13)
19 — Steve Tetrick, Sepulveda L.A. Baptist, 1972 (10)

Eight-Man Football:
19 — Hank Matoza, Lee Vining, 1973 (9)

Regular Season:
32 — Greg Oliver, Bloomington, 1994 (10)
25 — Damone Gordon, Tomales, 1999 (10)
20 — James McAlister, Pasadena Blair, 1969 (9)
19 — Montise Mallory, Bloomington, 1997 (10)
18 — Cedric Mullins, Bloomington, 1996 (10)
18 — Chris Ludlow, Tomales, 1997 (10)
16 — Stephen Bradley, Walnut Creek Bereen Christian, 2001 (9)
15 — Ron McFarland, McArthur Fall River, 1970 (10)
15 — Russ Witherspoon, Burney, 1972 (9)
15 — Steve Tetrick, Sepulveda L.A. Baptist, 1972 (8)
15 — Heath Fields, San Bernardino San Gorgonio, 1998 (12)

Eight-Man Football Reg. Season:
19 — Hank Matoza, Lee Vining, 1973 (9)

Most One-Point Non-Kicking Conversions (Season)

34 — Dick Bass, Vallejo, 1954 (9)
24 — Mickey Cureton, Compton Centennial, 1966 (11)

Regular Season:
34 — Dick Bass, Vallejo, 1954 (9)
20 — Mickey Cureton, Compton Centennial, 1966 (9)

Progressive Season Touchdown Record

29 — Lenus Luce, Willows, 1922 (10)
36 — Glenn Davis, La Verne Bonita, 1942 (11)
37 — Dick Bass, Vallejo, 1954 (9)
44 — Mike Carnell, Fremont Mission San Jose, 1977 (11)
46 — David Dotson, Moreno Valley Valley View, 1991 (11)
47 — Oscar Arzu, Baldwin Park Sierra Vista, 1996 (13)
49 —Chris Hanks, Los Angeles Cathedral, 1997 (12)
59 — DeShaun Foster, Tustin, 1997 (14)
64 — Tyler Ebell, Ventura, 2000 (14)

Regular Season:
29 — Lenus Luce, Willows, 1922 (9)
32 — Joe Silva, Gustine, 1952 (10)
37 — Dick Bass, Vallejo, 1954 (9)
38 — Donald Hair, Sacramento McClatchy, 1984 (10)
44 — David Dotson, Moreno Valley Valley View, 1991 (10)
47 —Chris Hanks, Los Angeles Cathedral, 1997 (10)
50 —Onterrio Smith, Sacramento Grant, 1998 (10)

Progressive Season Scoring Record

132 — Pesky Sprott, San Diego, 1916 (12)
150 — Hazel Smith, Fullerton, 1917 (11)*
204 — Lenus Luce, Willows, 1922 (10)
236 — Glenn Davis, La Verne Bonita, 1942 (11)
256 — Dick Bass, Vallejo, 1954 (9)
264 — Mike Carnell, Fremont Mission San Jose, 1977 (11)
282 — David Dotson, Moreno Valley Valley View, 1991 (11)
352 — Greg Oliver, Bloomington, 1994 (14)
362 — DeShaun Foster, Tustin, 1997 (14)
388 — Tyler Ebell, Ventura, 2000 (14)

Regular Season:
108 — Pesky Sprott, San Diego, 1916 (8)
150 — Hazel Smith, Fullerton, 1917 (10)
198 — Lenus Luce, Willows, 1922 (9)
211 — Joe Silva, Gustine, 1952 (10)
256 — Dick Bass, Vallejo, 1954 (9)
268 — David Dotson, Moreno Valley Valley View, 1991 (10)
300 — Chris Hanks, Los Angeles Cathedral, 1997 (10)
300 — Onterrio Smith, Sacramento Grant, 1998 (10)
304 — Jermaine Marshall, Malibu Camp Kilpatrick, 1999 (10)
Note: Ed Suggett (Coronado) is believed to have scored more than 150 points in 1917, but the total has not been confirmed.

INDIVIDUAL SCORING LEADER FOR EACH SEASON

(11-Man Football Only)

2002 — Terrell Jackson (Corona Centennial) 300 pts (50 TDs, 14 gms.)
2001 — Lorenzo Booker (Ventura St. Bonaventure) 322 pts. (50 TDs, 14 gms.)
2000 — Tyler Ebell (Ventura) 388 pts. (64 TDs, 14 gms.)
1999 — Jermaine Marshall (Malibu Camp Kilpatrick) 358 pts. (57 TDs, 14 gms.)
1998 — Onterrio Smith (Sacramento Grant) 318 pts. (53 TDs, 12 gms.)
1997 — DeShaun Foster (Tustin) 362 pts. (59 TDs, 14 gms.)
1996 — Oscar Arzu (Baldwin Park Sierra Vista) 290 pts. (47 TDs, 13 gms.)
1995 — Deonce Whitaker (Rancho Cucamonga) 250 pts. (41 TDs, 14 gms.) Jr.
1994 — Greg Oliver (Bloomington) 352 pts. (45 TDs, 14 gms.)
1993 — McKay Christensen (Fresno Clovis West) 264 pts. (44 TDs, 14 gms.)
1992 — Patrick Walsh (Concord De La Salle) 230 pts. (38 TDs, 13 gms.)
1991 — David Dotson (Moreno Valley Valley View) 282 pts. (46 TDs, 11 gms.)
1990 — Markeith Ross (Rancho Buena Vista) 212 pts. (33 TDs, 12 gms.)
1989 — Napoleon Kaufman (Lompoc) 234 pts. (39 TDs, 14 gms.) Jr.
1988 — Scott Garcia (Rancho Buena Vista) 222 pts. (36 TDs, 13 gms.)
1987 — Glyn Milburn (Santa Monica) 234 pts. (39 TDs, 11 gms.)
1986 — Russell White (Encino Crespi) 188 pts. (31 TDs, 14 gms.) Soph.
1985 — Jeff Obert (Covina Charter Oak) 212 pts. (35 TDs, 13 gms.)
1984 — Donald Hair (Sacramento McClatchy) 258 pts. (42 TDs, 12 gms.)
1983 — Paul Hewitt (Monrovia) 222 pts. (37 TDs, 12 gms.)
1982 — Marshall Dillard (Bakersfield) 246 pts. (40 TDs, 12 gms.)
1981 — J.B. Barnet (Atherton Menlo) 198 pts. (31 TDs, 11 gms.)
1980 — Pat Hodge (Napa Vintage) 182 pts. (29 TDs, 13 gms.)
1979 — Bill Harrison (Tahoe City North Tahoe) 200 pts. (27 TDs, 11 gms.)
1978 — Jeff Warkentin (Reedley Immanuel) 215 pts. (27 TDs, 12 gms.) Jr.
1977 — Mike Carnell (Fremont Mission San Jose) 264 pts. (44 TDs, 11 gms.)
1976 — Freeman McNeil (Wilmington Banning) 162 pts. (27 TDs, 13 gms.)
1975 — Bob Cardenas (San Leandro Marina) 166 pts. (27 TDs, 10 gms.)
1974 — Ted Smith (Colton) 206 pts. (33 TDs, 14 gms.)
1973 — Myron White (Santa Ana Valley) 168 pts. (27 TDs, 10 gms.) Jr.
1972 — Steve Tetrick (Sepulveda L.A. Baptist) 206 pts. (28 TDs, 10 gms.)
1971 — Garland Evans (Barstow) 228 pts. (34 TDs, 11 gms.)
1970 — JIm Johnson (Rosamond) 223 pts. (34 TDs, 11 gms.)
1969 — James McAlister (Pasadena Blair) 228 pts. (31 TDs, 13 gms.)
1968 — Eric Cross (Alameda) 150 pts. (25 TDs, 9 gms.)
1967 — Chuck Hawthorne (Campbell) 156 pts. (25 TDs, 9 gms.)
1966 — Mickey Cureton (Compton Centennial) 240 pts. (36 TDs, 11 gms.)
1965 —Mel Baruh (San Rafael Military Academy) 150 pts. (25 TDs, 8 gms.)
1964 — Mike Bergdahl (L.A. Loyola) 189 pts. (27 TDs, 12 gms.)
1963 — Andy Herrera (Oxnard Santa Clara) 156 pts. (26 TDs, 11 gms.)
1962 — Steve Grady (L.A. Loyola) 217 pts. (35 TDs, 12 gms.)
1961 — Jim Mankins (King City) 162 pts. (25 TDs, 9 gms.)
1960 — Kent Nance (Madera) 192 pts. (32 TDs, 9 gms.)
1959 — Barry Babine (Edwards Desert) 158 pts. (22 TDs, 9 gms.)
1958 — Gary Mayer (Ramona) 193 pts. (25 TDs, 11 gms.)
1957 — Jim Josephson (San Jose Bellarmine) 145 pts. (21 TDs, 9 gms.)
1956 — Randy Meadows (Downey) 180 pts. (30 TDs, 12 gms.)
1955 — Skip Face (San Marino) 194 pts. (25 TDs, 12 gms.)
1954 — Dick Bass (Vallejo) 256 pts. (37 TDs, 9 gms.)
1953 — C.R. Roberts (Oceanside) 194 pts. (30 TDs, 9 gms.)
1952 — Joe Silva (Gustine) 211 pts. (32 TDs, 10 gms.)
1951 — Bob Foley (Willows) 180 pts. (25 TDs, 10 gms.)
1950 — Mathew Alves (Newman Orestimba) 126 pts. (21 TDs, 10 gms.)
1949 — Jerry Hinton (Vallejo) 138 pts. (23 TDs, 10 gms.)
1948 — Johnny Olszewski (Long Beach St. Anthony) 164 pts. (27 TDs, 13 gms.)
1947 — Art Preston (La Mesa Grossmont) 132 pts. (22 TDs, 11 gms.)
1946 — Al Pollard (L.A. Loyola) 158 pts. (11 gms.)
1945 — Worth Shaw (Antioch) 136 pts. (22 TDs, 10 gms.)
1944 — Jim Price (Sacramento-1 gm and Galt) 91 pts. (14 TDs, 6 gms.)
1943 — Jim Price (Galt) 94 pts. (14 TDs, 12 gms.)
1942 — Glenn Davis (La Verne Bonita) 236 pts. (36 TDs, 11 gms.)
1941 — Glenn Davis (La Verne Bonita) 134 pts. (20 TDs, 8 gms.) Jr.
1940 — Glenn Davis (La Verne Bonita) 94 pts. (14 TDs, 7 gms.) Soph.
1939 — Johnny Petrovich (Alhambra) 158 pts. (26 TDs, 10 gms.)
1938 — Jake Leitch (Stockton) 112 pts. (18 TDs, 9 gms.)
1937 — Pete Kmetovic (San Jose) 60 pts. (10 TDs, 10 gms.)
1936 — Rocco Francisco (Piedmont) 95 pts. (14 TDs, 8 gms.)
1935 — Kenny Washington (L.A. Lincoln) 93 pts. (15 TDs, 6 gms.)
1934 — Izzy Cantor (L.A. Roosevelt) 79 pts. (11 TDs, 7 gms.)
1933 — Harry Finkenbeiner (Sacramento) 83 pts. (10 gms.)
1932 — Theron Keller (Inglewood) 115 pts. (18 TDs, 12 gms.)
1931 — Henry Decia (S.F. Poly) 79 pts. (13 TDs, 11 gms.)
1930 — Bill Howard (L.A. Manual Arts) 120 pts. (17 TDs, 7 gms.)
1929 — Frank Greene (Coronado) 164 pts. (9 gms.)
1928 — Orv Mohler (Alhambra) 160 pts. (25 TDs, 8 gms.)
1927 — Bob Stockton (Bakersfield) 141 pts. (22 TDs, 11 gms.)
1926 — Mint Fena (San Mateo) 147 pts. (22 TDs, 11 gms.)
1925 — Bert Ritchey (San Diego) 156 pts. (26 TDs, 11 gms.)
1924 — Ralph Dougery (Berkeley) 108 pts. (11 gms.)
1923 — Bill Lawrence (S.F. Lick-Wilmerding) 121 pts. (17 TDs, 12 gms.)
1922 — Lenus Luce (Willows) 204 pts. (29 TDs, 10 gms.)
1921 — Pete Shaffnit (Bakersfield) 132 pts. (22 TDs, 10 gms.)
1920 — Spud Spalding (Bakersfield) 120 pts. (20 TDs, 10 gms.)
1919 — Phil Tiernan (Long Beach Poly) 134 pts. (10 gms.)
1918 — No listing
1917 — Hazel Smith (Fullerton) 150 pts. (11 gms.)
1916 — Pesky Sprott (San Diego) 132 pts. (22 TDs, 12 gms.)

Regular Season (11-Man Football Only)

2002 — Devin Martinez (Los Angeles Cathedral) 205 pts (32 TDs, 10 gms.)
2001 — Stephen Bradley (Walnut Creek Bereen Christian) 254 pts. (37 TDs, 9 gms.)
2000 — Tyler Ebell (Ventura) 286 pts. (47 TDs, 10 gms.)
1999 — Jermaine Marshall (Malibu Camp Kilpatrick) 304 pts. (48 TDs, 10 gms.)
1998 — Onterrio Smith (Sacramento Grant) 300 pts (50 TDs, 10 gms.)
1997 — Chris Hanks (Los Angeles Cathedral) 300 pts.(47 TDs, 10 gms.)
1996 — Albert Tuipulotu (San Mateo) 252 pts.(42 TDs, 10 gms.)
1995 — Ricky Walker (Oakland Bishop O'Dowd) 202 pts. (31 TDs, 10 gms.)
1994 — Greg Oliver (Bloomington) 232 pts. (28 TDs, 10 gms.)
1993 — Wilbert Smith (Van Nuys Montclair Prep) 224 pts. (37 TDs, 9 gms.)
1992 — Patrick Walsh (Concord De La Salle) 194 pts. (32 TDs, 10 gms.)
1991 — David Dotson (Moreno Valley Valley View) 268 pts.(44 TDs, 10 gms.)
1990 — Pathon Rucker (Glendale) 194 pts. (30 TDs, 10 gms.) Jr.
1989 — David Hanson (South San Francisco) 194 pts. (32 TDs, 9 gms.)
1988 — Scott Garcia (Rancho Buena Vista) 186 pts. (31 TDs, 10 gms.)
1987 — Glyn Milburn (Santa Monica) 204 pts. (34 TDs, 9 gms.)
1986 — Sonny Martini (Clovis) 176 pts. (29 TDs, 10 gms.)
1985 — Craig Maxwell (Firebaugh) 186 pts. (26 TDs, 9 gms.)
1984 — Donald Hair (Sacramento McClatchy) 232 pts. (38 TDs, 10 gms.)
1983 — Tommy Green (Reedley Immanuel) 180 pts. (30 TDs, 10 gms.) Jr.
1982 — Marshall Dillard (Bakersfield) 188 pts. (31 TDs, 10 gms.)
1981 — Pete Sartini (Fresno Bullard) 162 pts. (26 TDs, 10 gms.)
1980 — Pat Hodge (Napa Vintage) 158 pts. (25 TDs, 10 gms.)
1979 — Bill Harrison (Tahoe City North Tahoe) 161 pts. (22 TDs, 9 gms.)
1978 — Jeff Warkentin (Reedley Immanuel) 214 pts. (27 TDs, 10 gms.) Jr.
1977 — Mike Carnell (Fremont Mission San Jose) 210 pts. (35 TDs, 9 gms.)
1976 — Mark Sevick (Modesto Central Catholic) 138 pts. (23 TDs, 9 gms.)
1975 — Bob Cardenas (San Leandro Marina) 166 pts. (27 TDs, 10 gms.)
1974 — Paul Jones (San Jose Mitty) 170 pts. (28 TDs, 10 gms.)
1973 — Myron White (Santa Ana Valley) 162 pts. (26 TDs, 9 gms.) Jr.
1972 — Steve Tetrick (Sepulveda L.A. Baptist) 174 pts. (24 TDs, 8 gms.)
1971 — Garland Evans (Barstow) 228 pts. (34 TDs, 9 gms.)
1970 — Jim Johnson (Rosamond) 211 pts. (32 TDs, 9 gms.)
1969 — Bob Martinez (Arbuckle Pierce) 177 pts. (27 TDs, 8 gms.)
1968 — Eric Cross (Alameda) 150 pts. (25 TDs, 9 gms.)
1967 — Chuck Hawthorne (Campbell) 156 pts. (25 TDs, 9 gms.)
1966 — Bill Carlquist (Dunsmuir) 210 pts. (31 TDs, 9 gms.)
1965 — Mel Baruh (San Rafael Military Academy) 150 pts. (25 TDs, 8 gms.)
1964 — Pat Skrable (Bakersfield) 156 pts. (23 TDs, 9 gms.) Jr.
1963 — Fred Parker (Bakersfield) 148 pts. (21 TDs, 9 gms.)
1962 — Steve Grady (L.A. Loyola) 152 pts. (25 TDs, 8 gms.)
1961 — Jim Mankins (King City) 162 pts. (25 TDs, 9 gms.)
1960 — Tom Blanchfield (St. Helena) 185 pts. (27 TDs, 9 gms.)
1959 — Barry Babine (Edwards Desert) 158 pts. (22 TDs, 9 gms.)
1958 — Gary Mayer (Ramona) 171 pts. (22 TDs, 9 gms.)
1957 — Jim Josephson (San Jose Bellarmine) 145 pts. (21 TDs, 9 gms.)
1956 — Herm Urenda (Brentwood Liberty) 156 pts. (20 TDs, 9 gms.)
1955 — Skip Face (San Marino) 160 pts. (21 TDs. 9 gms.)
1954 — Dick Bass (Vallejo) 256 pts. (37 TDs, 9 gms.)
1953 — C.R. Roberts (Oceanside) 194 pts. (30 TDs, 9 gms.)
1952 — Joe Silva (Gustine) 211 pts. (32 TDs, 10 gms.)
1951 — Bob Foley (Willows) 180 pts. (25 TDs, 10 gms.)
1950 — Mathew Alves (Newman Orestimba) 126 pts. (21 TDs, 10 gms.)
1949 — Jerry Hinton (Vallejo) 138 pts. (23 TDs, 10 gms.)
1948 — Jimmy Boggan (Willows) 142 pts. (11 gms.)
1947 — Art Preston (La Mesa Grossmont) 132 pts. (22 TDs, 11 gms.)
1946 — Al Pollard (L.A. Loyola) 126 pts. (8 gms.)
1945 — Worth Shaw (Antioch) 136 pts. (22 TDs, 10 gms.)
1944 — Jim Price (Sacramento,1 gm, and Galt) 91 pts. (14 TDs, 6 gms.)
1943 — Don Burnside (North Sacramento Grant) 84 pts. (13 TDs, 7 gms.)
1942 — Glenn Davis (La Verne Bonita) 176 pts. (27 TDs, 9 gms.)
1941 — Glenn Davis (La Verne Bonita) 134 pts. (20 TDs, 8 gms.)
1940 — Glenn Davis (La Verne Bonita) 94 pts. (14 TDs, 7 gms.)
1939 — Johnny Petrovich (Alhambra) 121 pts. (20 TDs, 8 gms.)
1938 — Jake Leitch (Stockton) 112 pts. (18 TDs, 9 gms.)
1937 — Pete Kmetovic (San Jose) 60 pts. (10 TDs, 9 gms.)
1936 — Rocco Francisco (Piedmont) 95 pts. (14 TDs, 8 gms.)
1935 — Kenny Washington (L.A. Lincoln) 80 pts. (13 TDs, 5 gms.)

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