STATE FB RECORDS: INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING (Part 2)

All-time state football receiving records for some single game categories and all career categories. This file also includes season by season leaders back to 1970. All lists updated through the end of the 2002 season.

Most Receptions (Game)

26 — David Sepulveda, Fullerton vs. Buena Park, 1984
24 — Steve Martinez, L.A. Wilson vs. L.A. Marshall, 1977
21 — Rex Hudler, Fresno Bullard vs. Bakersfield West, 1977
20 — Richard Rodriguez, El Monte Mountain View vs. La Puente Bassett, 1980
20 — Johnny Ace, El Cajon Valhalla vs. El Cajon Valley, 1974
20 — Ricky Williams, Daly City Westmoor vs. Half Moon Bay, 1989
20 — Danny Flanagan, Cypress vs. Anaheim Katella, 1991
20 — Chuck Rogers, Ceres vs. Merced, 2000
19 — Mike Brady, Encino Crespi vs. L.A. Salesian, 1974
19 — Steve Martinez, L.A. Wilson vs. L.A. Lincoln, 1977**
19 — Marshall Jones, Blythe Palo Verde vs. El Centro Central, 1991
19 — Chuck Rogers, Ceres vs. Merced, 2000
18 — John McCracken, Willows vs. Paradise, 1959
18 — Larry Clause, Temple City vs. San Marino, 1974
18 — Steve Rodriguez, Santa Fe Springs Santa Fe vs. La Puente Bassett, 1980
18 — S. Mangiaterra, La Puente Bassett vs. Covina Charter Oak, 1985
18 — Mauricio Pavon, L.A. Pater Noster vs. Canoga Park Chaminade, 1986
18 — Brian Fleming, Laguna Hills vs. Santa Paula , 1987
18 — Jeff Johnson, Fremont Mission San Jose (35) vs. Fremont Kennedy (34), 1995
**No second half.

Eight-Man Football:
20 — Matt Garrett, SD Parker vs. Solana Beach Santa Fe Chr., 1991 Jr.

Most Touchdowns (Game)

8 — Earvin Johnson, L.A. Cathedral (67) vs. Panorama City St. Genevieve (38), 1998 (Soph.)
7 — Steve Ward, Anaheim Servite (76) vs. Santa Ana (0),1996 (12 receps, 208 yds)
6 — Jerry Hamilton, Carpinteria (69) vs. Moorpark (0), 1979
6 — Tori Brown, Duarte (47) vs. Alhambra Keppel (7), 1983
6 — Ronnie Thomas, Riverside Arlington vs. Moreno Valley, 1991
6 — Chris Williamson, Princeton (55) vs. Herlong (26), 1993
6 — Joe Mange, Holtville vs. Calipatria, 1999
5 — Royce Pipkin, Redding Shasta (46) vs. Susanville Lassen (12), 1951
5 — Tom Davenport, Woodside (59) vs. Belmont Carlmont (6), 1969
5 — John McKay, La Puente Bishop Amat (51) vs. La Verne Damien (12), 1970
5 — Chuck Reuneisen, Riverside Notre Dame (48) vs. Riv. Sherman Indian (0), 1970
5 — John McKay, La Puente Bishop Amat (48) vs. Santa Ana Mater Dei (16), 1970
5 — Charlie March, Woodside (50) vs. Palo Alto Gunn (15), 1973
5 — Rick Parma, La Palma Kennedy (34) vs. Ontario Chaffey (21), 1975
5 — Steve Martinez, L.A. Wilson (63) vs. L.A. Lincoln (0), 1977*
5 — Larry Beck, Kingsburg (63) vs. Fresno Clovis West (12), 1978 Jr.
5 — Ricky Williams, Daly City Westmoor (44) vs. Pacifica Oceana (47), 1989
5 — Greg Siwek, Cupertino Monta Vista (48) vs. Santa Rosa Montgomery (17), 1990
5 — Gabe Anguiano, Lakewood Artesia (49) vs. Cerritos Gahr (21), 1992
5 — Leodes Van Buren, Newbury Park (36) vs. Thousand Oaks (31), 1992 Jr.
5 — Gerald Wilkerson, Venice vs. Santa Monica, 1998
5 — Geoff McArthur, Pacific Palisades (69) vs. Malibu Camp Kilpatrick (44), 1999
5 — John Taylor, Visalia Mt. Whitney (39) vs. Hanford (0), 2002
5 — Brandon Powers, Los Angeles Franklin (47) vs. Los Angeles Marshall (19), 2002
5 — Anthony Vernaglia, Orange Lutheran (56) vs. La Palma Kennedy (51), 2002

Eight-Man Football:
5 — Matt Garrett, San Diego Parker (51) vs. S.J. Capistrano St. Margaret's (21), 1992
5 — Josh Santa, San Diego Midway Baptist (70) vs. Corona Christian (8), 1994*
5 — Josh Santa, San Diego Midway Baptist (76) vs. Salton Sea West Shores (50), 1994
5 — George Sumner, Newport Beach Corona del Mar (54) vs.Garden Grove (0), 1996
5 — John Taylor, Visalia Mt. Whitney (39) vs. Hanford (0), 2002
*No second half

Longest Receptions (Yards)

99 — Francis Cunha from George Pullman, Hayward (6) vs. Piedmont (13), 1937
99 — Randy Cobb from Bill Quinn, G.G. Pacifica (27) vs. Rancho Alamitos (7), 1970
99 — Mark Garner from John Ertman, Vent. Buena (14) vs. Santa Barbara (13), 1971
99 — James Jones from Monte Mello, Lemoore (19) vs. Visalia Redwood (6), 1974
99 — Richard Biggs from Erbano Vasquez, McFarland (14) vs. Avenal (8), 1977
99 — Terry Maggee from Troy Simmons, Aviation (28) vs. Mira Costa (10), 1978
99 — Jeff Newton from Joe Sartain, Huntington Beach Marina (21) vs. Anaheim Magnolia (2), 1978
99 — Dan Hammerschmidt from Jim Plum, Helix (24) vs. Granite Hills (0), 1981
99 — Donnie McCrary from Joe Kenneally, Martinez Alhambra (20) vs. College Park (31), 1982
99 — Eric Guillory from Robbie Selna, Bishop O'Dowd (13) vs. De La Salle (63), 1982
99 — Craig Ostrander from Pat Hegarty, Tustin (8) vs. Santa Ana Valley (40), 1983
99 — Robert Walker from Phillip Vinson, L.A. Hamilton (13) vs. L.A. Washington (19), 1983
99 — Phil Collins from Michael Fernandez, Duarte (6) vs. Santa Fe (42), 1987
99 — Jim Arteseros from Derek McKay, Santa Rosa Piner (31) vs. El Molino (14), 1988
99 — Michael Moore from John Johnson, Beverly Hills (29) vs. Rolling Hills (12), 1988
99 — Aaron Erickson from Ryan Kadletz, Crescenta Valley (7) vs. Hac. Heights Los Altos (40), 1989
99 — Mike Overgaauw from Kyle Dykstra, Cerritos Valley Chr. (28) vs. Whittier Chr. (33), 1990
99 — Mike Needham from Mark Miller, Linden (27) vs. Gustine (28), 1991
99 — Anthony Mamaril from Damien Dolan, San Diego Mt. Carmel (28) vs. Vista Rancho Buena Vista (10), 1992
99 — Nick Coulter from Danny McFadden, El Segundo (20) vs. Torrance West (24), 1992
99 — Michael Smith from Austin Moherman, Mission Viejo (17) vs. Villa Park (21), 1994
99 — Steve Glenn from Lee Brown, Bakersfield West (12) vs. East Bakersfield (12), 1998
99 — Ahijah Lane from James Altschuler, Fresno Hoover (7) vs. Fresno Clovis West (28), 2002

99 — Adam Tenney from Sean Canfield, Carlsbad (49) vs. San Diego Mt. Carmel (0), 2002
99 - Heath Colvin from Jon Cantieri, Riverdale (26) vs. Cambria Coast Union (20), 2002

Highest Yards Per Reception Averages (Game)

83.0 — Marque Davis, Dos Palos (37) vs. Coalinga (20), 1998 (2/166/2TD)
82.5 — Terrance Grant, Fresno Roosevelt (14) vs. Delano (34), 2000 (2/165/2TD)
80.0 — Billy Moreland, La Mesa Helix (14) vs. Granite Hills (37), 1976 (2/160)
79.0 — Tony Necoechea, La Mesa Helix (30) vs. SD Henry (6), 1982 (2/158)
77.5 — Austin Wong, Oceanside, 1999 (2/155)

Five catches, minimum:
46.5 — Guillermo Esparza, Brea Brea-Olinda (40) vs. Anaheim Savanna (34), 1995 (6/279, 4 TDs)
42.0 — Emanuel Brackett, Easton Washington (40) vs. Coalinga (0), 2001 (6/252, 3 TDs)
Note: Moreland had TDs of 87 and 73 yards, Necoechea of 67 and 91 yards.

Most Yards (Career)

4,486 — Steve Smith, Woodland Hills Taft, 2000-2002
4,455 — Leodes Van Buren, Newbury Park, 1990-93 (44)
3,498 — Greg Siwek,Cupertino Monta Vista, 1988-1990 (31)
3,482 — James Dunn, Santa Monica St. Monica, 1996-98
3,389 — John McKay, La Puente Bishop Amat, 1968-1970 (35)
3,185 — Brian Brown, Yuba City, 1986-88 (34)
3,181 — Tony Hartley, Los Alamitos, 1993-95
3,146 — Glenn Adriatico, Burbank Burroughs, 1995-97 (31)
3,071 — Ricky Moore, Perris, 1996-98
3,005 — Mike Young, Visalia Mt. Whitney, 1977-79 (36)
2,999 — Billy Miller, Westlake Village, Westlake, 1993-95
2,989 — Brad Melsby, Los Alamitos, 1992-94
2,851 — Jim Romero, Sepulveda L.A. Baptist, 1991-93
2,797 — Ty Gifford, Boron, 1993-95
2,767 — Rick Parma, La Palma Kennedy, 1973-75 (34)
2,757 — Joey Cuppari, Westlake Village, Westlake, 1995-97
2,726 — Bart Greene, Clarksburg Delta, 1984-86 (30)
2,698 — Travis Watkins, Claremont, 1983-85 (40)
2,675 — Todd DiCello, Healdsburg, 1983-85 (30)
2,617 — Trey Miller, El Cajon Christian, 1993-96
2,613 — Robby Lewis, Colfax, 1999-2000
2,608 — Eddie Macha, Atwater, 1995-97 (33)

Most Receptions (Career)

271 — Steve Smith, Woodland Hills Taft, 2000-2002
269 — Leodes Van Buren, Newbury Park, 1990-93 (44)
230 — James Dunn, Santa Monica St. Monica, 1996-98
216 — Todd DiCello, Healdsburg, 1983-85 (30)
209 — Billy Satterfield, Arvin, 1982-84 (30)
207 — John McKay, La Puente Bishop Amat, 1968-1970 (35)
206 — Trey Miller, El Cajon Christian, 1993-96
204 — Pepe Villasenor, Ventura St. Bonaventure, 1994-96
201 — Ryan Smith, Santa Maria St. Joseph, 1998-2000
200 — Glenn Adriatico, Burbank Burroughs, 1995-97 (31)
189 — Billy Miller, Westlake Village, Westlake, 1993-95
185 — Brad Melsby, Los Alamitos, 1992-94
181 — Bart Greene, Clarksburg Delta, 1984-86 (30)
178 — Travis Knox, Encinitas San Dieguito, 1982-84
178 — Brian Finnerman, Rancho Santa Margarita Santa Margarita, 1991-93
177 — George Sagen, Los Alamitos, 1990-92 (39)
176 — Dave Poltl, Mission Viejo Capistrano Valley, 1988-1990
170 — Steve Ybarra, Rosemead, 1981-83 (38)
168 — Rick Parma, La Palma Kennedy, 1973-75 (34)
164 — Travis Watkins, Claremont, 1983-85 (40)

Most Touchdowns (Career)

66 — Earvin Johnson, L.A. Cathedral, 1998-2000 (38)
48 — John McKay, La Puente Bishop Amat, 1968-1970 (35)
48 — Whitney Lewis, Ventura St. Bonaventure, 2000-02
46 — Leodes Van Buren, Newbury Park, 1990-93 (44)
43 — Matt Barnes, Fair Oaks Del Campo, 1996-97 (23)
41 — Chris Williamson, Princeton, 1991-93
38 — Brandon Stephens, Atherton Menlo, 1989-1990 (23)
37 — Joey Cuppari, Westl. Vill. Westlake, 1995-97
35 — Brad Melsby, Los Alamitos, 1992-94
34 — Rick Parma, La Palma Kennedy, 1973-75 (34)
34 — Billy Miller, Westlake Village, Westlake, 1993-95
34 — Donte Stallworth, Sacramento Grant, 1995-97
34 — James Dunn, Santa Monica St. Monica, 1996-98
33 — Bart Greene, Clarksburg Delta, 1984-86 (30)
33 — Keith Poole, Clovis, 1990-91 (26)
33 — John Minardi, Rancho S.M. Santa Margarita, 1995-97
33 — Robby Lewis, Colfax, 1999-2000
33 — Trey Miller, El Cajon Christian, 1993-96
32 — Steve Ybarra, Rosemead, 1981-83 (38)
31 — Mike Young, Visalia Mt. Whitney, 1977-79 (36)
31 — Travis Watkins, Claremont, 1983-85 (40)
31 — Ryan Smith, Santa Maria St. Joseph, 1998-2000

Eight-Man Football:
45 — Josh Santa, San Diego Midway Baptist, 1993-94
42 — Aaron Ligons, Lanc. Antelope Valley Chr., 1994-95
32 — Ben Roy, San Diego Midway Baptist, 1993-94

Highest Yards Per Reception Averages (Career)

Minimum of 30 Receptions:
29.7 — Wesley Walker, Carson, 1971-72 (41 catches) (24 gms.)
27.1 — Bryan Taylor, Chula Vista, 1980-81 (1029/38) (20 gms.)
26.9 — Keith Poole, Clovis, 1990-91 (2525/94) (26 gms.)
26.6 — Bill Bowker, San Marcos, 1972-1973 (957/36) (21 gms.)

Minimum of 100 Receptions:
23.5 — Eddie Macha, Atwater, 1995-97 (2,608/111) (33 gms.)
21.9 — John Minardi, Rancho SM Santa Margarita, 1996-97 (2,546/116)
20.4 — Brian Brown, Yuba City, 1986-88 (3182/156) (34 gms.)
19.6 — Rod Perry, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1994-96 (2804/143) (31 gms.)
18.7 — Mike Young, Visalia Mt. Whitney, 1977-79 (3005/161) (36 gms.)

Progressive Season Touchdown Pass Reception Record

16 — Ike Jones, Santa Monica, 1947 (12)
16 — Boyd Carter, Santa Monica, 1952 (12)
20 — Norm Goehring, Dinuba, 1969 (11)
29 — John McKay, La Puente Bishop Amat, 1970 (13)
29 — Earvin Johnson, L.A. Cathedral, 1999 (13) Jr.

Regular Season:
11 — Ike Jones, Santa Monica, 1947 (9)
14 — Parry O'Brien, Santa Monica, 1949 (8)
14 — Ray Green, Healdsburg, 1966 (9)
18 — Norm Goehring, Dinuba, 1969 (10)
22 — John McKay, La Puente Bishop Amat, 1970 (9)
23 — Pete Sartini, Fresno Bullard, 1981 (10)
23 — Chris Williamson, Princeton, 1993 (8)
25 — Earvin Johnson, L.A. Cathedral, 1999(10) Jr.

Progressive Season Reception Yardage Record

1,068 — Ron Wheatcroft, South Pasadena, 1952
1,164 — Ron Drake, Pico Rivera El Rancho, 1963
1,572 — John McKay, La Puente Bishop Amat, 1969 (13) Jr.
1,741 — John McKay, La Puente Bishop Amat, 1970 (13)
1,846 — Steve Martinez, L.A. Wilson 1977 (13)

Regular Season:
1,206 — John McKay, La Puente Bishop Amat, 1970 (9)
1,300 — Dennis Frye, Fresno San Joaquin Memorial,1971 (10)
1,448 — Steve Martinez, L.A. Wilson, 1977 (9)
1,486 — Daryl Hardwick, Visalia Redwood, 1986 (10)
1,560 — Greg Siwek, Cupertino Monta Vista, 1990 (10)

Progressive Season Receptions Record

58 — Ron Wheatcroft, South Pasadena, 1952
67 — Ron Drake, Pico Rivera El Rancho, 1963
106 — John McKay, La Puente Bishop Amat, 1969 (13) Jr.
121 — Steve Martinez, L.A. Wilson, 1977 (13)

Regular Season:
77 — John McKay, La Puente Bishop Amat, 1969 (9) Jr.
90 — Steve Martinez, L.A. Wilson, 1977 (9)*
92 — Tim Overton, Perris, 1996 (10)
97 — Ray Perez, Newman Orestimba, 2000 (10)
99 — Ryan Graves, Pasadena Muir, 2002 (10) Jr.
*Approximate total.

Pass Receiving Yardage Leader for Each Year

(11-man football only)
2002 — Bryan Huston (Agoura Hills Agoura): 1,578 (93 rec.,12 gms.)
2001 — Justin Green (North Hollywood Campbell Hall): 1,597 (70/13 gms.) Jr.
2000 — Ryan Smith (Santa Maria St. Joseph): 1,633 (102/13)
1999 — Geoff McArthur (Pacific Palisades): 1,779 (91/13)
1998 — Jonathon Jackson (Temecula Valley): 1,556 (74/13)
1997 — Tim Feirfeil (North Hills L.A. Baptist): 1,742 (72/10)
1996 — Rod Perry (Santa Ana Mater Dei): 1,494 (78/14)
1995 — Tony Hartley (Los Alamitos): 1,690 (85/13)
1994 — William Layne (Oceanside): 1,434 (74/12)
1993 — Leodes Van Buren (Newbury Park): 1,668 (101/14)
1992 — Leodes Van Buren (Newbury Park): 1,330 (79 /11)
1991 — David Saraf (Beverly Hills): 1,731 (90 /13)
1990 — Greg Siwek (Cupertino Monta Vista): 1,560 (86/10)
1989 — Eric Hansen (Torrance North): 1,224 (84/10)
1988 — Jason Lucky (Playa del Rey St. Bernard): 1,465 (11)
1987 — Harold Champion (Pacific Palisades): 1,425 (12)
1986 — Daryl Hardwick (Visalia Redwood): 1,576 (77/11)
1985 — Travis Watkins (Claremont): 1,703 (104/14)
1984 — Greg Anderson (Baldwin Park): 1,311
1983 — Steve Ybarra (Rosemead): 1,540 (107/13)
1982 — Ken Henry (Fresno Edison): 1,038 (62/12)
1981 — Steve Lauter (Hacienda Heights Los Altos): 1,304
1980 — Stacy Pettis (Oakland Castlemont): 1,201 (41/10)
1979 — Ray McNeill (El Monte): 1,530 (90/13)
1978 — Paul Bergmann (Granada Hills): 1,257 (72/11)
1977 — Steve Martinez (L.A. Wilson): 1,846 (121/13)
1976 — Hosea Fortune (Beverly Hills): 1,231 (70/9)
1975 — Dan Bauer (Southern Section Unknown): 1,246 (74)
1974 — Audie Munoz (San Jacinto): 1,054 (71)
1973 — Carter Hartwig (Fresno Central): 952 (48/11) Jr.
1972 — Larry Mucker (Fresno McLane): 1,174 (39/12)
1971 — Dennis Frye (Fresno San Joaquin Memorial): 1,300 (73/10)
1970 — John McKay (La Puente Bishop Amat): 1,741 (97/13)

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