COACHING, GAME, CALI VS. THE WORLD

All-time state football bests for most career varsity coaching wins, highest all-time career coaching winning percentages, two-team total offense for a single game, and many other coaching and single game categories. UPDATE: Also see here for new category California vs. The World.

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COACHING

Most All-Time Wins (Varsity Only; within the state only)

335 — Herb Meyer, Oceanside, 1959-1975 & Oceanside El Camino, 1976-2002 (143 losses, 14 ties) (current)
321 — Marijon Ancich, Santa Fe Springs St. Paul, 1961-1981, 1993-2002 & Tustin, 1984-1992 (115 losses, 10 ties)
290 — Leo Robinson, Woodlake, 1962-2002 (127 losses, 11 ties)
289 — Gene Vollnogle, Wilmington Banning, 1957-1962 & Carson, 1963-1990 (73 losses, 1 tie)
274 — Bob Ladouceur, Concord De La Salle, 1979-2002 (14 losses, 1 tie) (current)
269 — Benny Pierce, Saratoga, 1961-1994 (84 losses, 4 ties)
267 — Gary Campbell, Banning, 1969 & Norco, 1970-2002 (113 losses, 4 ties) (current)
259 — Larry Welsh, Gonzales, 1966-1975 & Atascadero, 1979-1996 (56 losses, 9 ties)
249 — Steve Grady, L.A. Loyola, 1976-2002 (71 losses, 6 ties) (current)
244 — Dan Shaughnessy, Berkeley St. Mary's, 1964-65 & Richmond Salesian, 1968-1984 & Berkeley St. Mary's, 1985-2000 (117 losses, 4 ties)
243 — Dwayne DeSpain, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 1967-1996 (94 losses, 10 ties)
243 — John Monger, Chino Don Lugo, 1972-1986 & Chino, 1987-2002 (90 losses, 10 ties) (current)
241 — Bennie Edens, San Diego Point Loma, 1955-1997 (168 losses, 16 ties)
238 — Dick Bruich, Fontana, 1977-1998 & Fontana Kaiser, 2000-2002 (65 losses, 3 ties) (current)
235 — Don Markham, Sepulveda L.A. Baptist, 1970-72 & Colton, 1973-1983 & La Puente Bishop Amat, 1984 & Riverside Ramona, 1986-88 & Bloomington, 1994-97, 2002 & Lawndale Leuzinger, 1999 & Rialto, 2000-01 (74 losses, 1 tie) (current at Bloomington)
233 — Ron Calcagno, Mountain View St. Francis, 1972-1995 (59 losses, 3 ties)
229 — John Shacklett, San Diego Morse, 1971-2002 (118 losses, 9 ties)
225 — Jim Blewett, Fresno, 1921-25 & L.A. Manual Arts, 1926-1938, 1941, 1947-1963 (70 losses, 16 ties)
225 — Tim Simons, Lennox & Fresno Roosevelt & Clovis, 1975-1999 (70 losses, 7 ties)
224 — Wayne Schneider, Tracy, 1965-1972, 1977-1994 (59 losses, 5 ties)
222 — Al Cementina, San Jose Lick, 1954-1975 & San Jose Independence, 1976-1988 (91 losses, 9 ties)
220 — Ned Permenter, Bakersfield Foothill, 1965-2001 (220-157-9)
219 — Bob Reid, Anderson, 1970-1999 (93 losses, 5 ties)
219 — John Barnes, Anaheim Magnolia, 1978 & Los Alamitos, 1979-2002 (60 losses, 6 ties) (current)
217 — Ed Lloyd, Santa Rosa Cardinal Newman, 1966-1985 & Santa Rosa Piner, 1986-1991 & Sebastopol Analy, 1994-95 (64 losses, 9 ties)
215 — Tom Zunino, Vacaville, 1961-1997 (141 losses, 11 ties)
212 — Jim Arnaiz, La Mesa Helix, 1972-1999 (losses, ties not reported)
210 — Frank Negri, Sacramento Foothill, 1965-2002 (130 losses, 10 ties)
209 — Paul Briggs, Bakersfield, 1953-1985 (99 losses, 12 ties)
207 — Dwight "Goldie" Griffith, Bakersfield, 1908-1942, 1945 (50 losses, 27 ties)
206 — Norm Costa, Salinas Palma, 1977-1999 (50 losses, 4 ties)
206 — Mike Marrujo, Placentia Valencia, 1979-2002 (79 losses,5 ties) (current)
205 - Bill Craven, Garden Grove Pacifica, 1974-2002 (89 losses, 8 ties) (current)
204 — Mike Wimberley, Cerritos Valley Christian, 1975-2002 (losses, ties not reported)
202 - Ed Burke, King City, 1974 & Taft, 1974-1979 & San Diego Torrey Pines, 1980-1984, 1991-2002 & Encinitas San Dieguito, 1985-1989 (88 losses, 5 ties) (current)
Notes: Dick Haines finished 195-84-1 at Vista (1970-1994), but his career record including West Virginia and Ohio was reported at 320-126-12 (43 years)
. Don Markham is 279-84-1 includung five Oregon seasons of 1990-93 & 1998 (31 years).
Paul Briggs was 240-106-12 including Colorado and Wyoming seasons (37 years).
Jim Ingram (Washington Fremont), John Tyree (coached in 2002 at Fontana A.B. Miller) & Brent Newcomb (Lancaster Antelope Valley) may be over 200 career wins and are not reported.
Extra wins for Mike Marrujo when he was at Pius X of Downey and for Norm Costa when he was at Holy Cross of Santa Cruz (both schools ironically are now closed) haven't yet been included in their total.
Perhaps the next to get to 200 is Kevin Rooney from Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks. He starts his 24th season in 2003 with mark of 193-82-5.

Most Consecutive Wins

(Varsity Head Coaching)

138 — Bob Ladouceur, Concord De La Salle, 1992-2002 (current)
47 — Ed Lloyd, Santa Rosa Cardinal Newman, 1972-77
46 — Bob Hitchcock, Temple City, 1969-1973
46 — Harry Welch, Canyon County Canyon, 1983-86
46 — Jerry Van Lengen, Hilmar, 1986-1990
45 — George Davis, St. Helena, 1960-64
44 — Bob Ladouceur, Concord De La Salle, 1984-87
43 — Jon Mack, Ventura St. Bonaventure, 1999-2002
42 — Bob Berry, San Jose Willow Glen, 1958-1962
42 — Vic Cuccia, L.A. Wilson, 1975-77

Most Seasons (Varsity Head Coaching)*

Note: This category will be updated at the end of the season, not every week.

44 — Herb Meyer, Oceanside, 1959-1975 & Oceanside El Camino, 1976-2002 (current)
43 — Bennie Edens, San Diego Pt. Loma, 1955-1997
41 — Leo Robinson, Woodlake, 1962-2002
40 — Marijon Ancich, Santa Fe Springs St. Paul, 1961-1981, 1993-2002 & Tustin, 1984-1992 (current)
39 — Jim Ingram, Fremont Washington, 1961-1970s, 1970s-2002
38 — Frank Negri, Sacramento Foothill, 1965-2002
37 — Tom Zunino, Vacaville, 1961-1997
37 — Pete Michelatos, Fremont Kennedy, 1964-2000 (current)
37 — Ned Permenter, Bakersfield Foothill, 1965-2001
37 — John Tyree, Palmdale & Pasadena Muir & Fontana A.B. Miller & other schools
36 — Dwight "Goldie" Griffith, Bakersfield, 1908-1942, 1945
36 — Jim Blewett, Fresno, 1921-1925 & L.A. Manual Arts, 1926-1938, 1941, 1946-1963
35 — Al Cementina, San Jose Lick, 1954-1975 & SJ Independence, 1976-1988
35 — Herb Hill, Garden Grove Rancho Alamitos, 1956-1958 & Anaheim Loara, 1962-1989 & San Jacinto, 1994-97
35 — Dan Shaughnessy, Berkeley St. Mary's, 1964-65 & Richmond Salesian, 1968-1984 & Berkeley St. Mary's, 1985-2000
34 — Gene Vollnogle, Wilmington Banning, 1957-1962 & Carson, 1963-1990
34 — John Germaine, San Jose Hill, 1957-1990
34 — Benny Pierce, Saratoga, 1961-1994

Best All-Time Career Coaching Records

(Varsity Seasons Only; Out of State Seasons Not Included; Ties Counted For Half Win Each)*

95.1 — Ron Lancaster, Rancho Cordova, 1976-1980 (59-3)
95.0 — Bob Ladouceur, Concord De La Salle, 1979-2002 (274-14-1) (current)
92.3 — Gordon Wood, La Mesa Helix, 2000-2002 (36-3) (current)
91.7 — Brian Sipe, Solana Beach Santa Fe Christian, 2001-2002 (22-2) (current)
90.6 — Chelton Hill, Woodland, 1906-08 (14-1-1)
89.5 — Walf Oglesby, Willows, 1942, 1946-48 (34-4)
88.9 — Raul Lara, Long Beach Poly, 2001-2002 (24-3) (current)
88.4 — Dick Coury, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1957-1965 (85-9-5)
87.8 — Jeff Carnazzo, Salinas Palma, 2000-2002 (32-4-1)
87.5 — Joe Marvin, Redwood City Sequoia, 1958-1963 (49-7)
85.6 — Greg Cano, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 1996-2002 (68-11-1) (current)
85.4 — Mike Herrington, Bellflower, 1988 & Newhall Hart, 1989-2002 (166-28-1) (current)
85.3 — Mike Glines, Modesto Central Catholic, 1970-1978,1995-2002 (146-24-3) (current)
84.9 — Carl Hoberg, Orland, 1945 & Willows, 1949-1955 (64-11-1)
84.8 — Bill Hume, Dos Palos, 1955-1965 (82-13-4)
84.5 — William Hooper, Willows, 1920-22 (24-4-1)
84.1 — Mike Alberghini, Sacramento Grant, 1991-2002 (123-22-3) (current)

50 Wins Minimum:
95.1 — Ron Lancaster, Rancho Cordova, 1976-1980 (59-3)
95.0 — Bob Ladouceur, Concord De La Salle, 1979-2002 (274-14-1) (current)
88.4 — Dick Coury, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1957-1965 (85-9-5)
85.6 — Greg Cano, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 1996-2002 (68-11-1) (current)
85.4 — Mike Herrington, Bellflower, 1988 & Newhall Hart, 1989-2002 (166-28-1) (current)
85.3 — Mike Glines, Modesto Central Catholic, 1970-1978,1995-2002 (146-24-3) (current)
84.9 — Carl Hoberg, Orland, 1945 & Willows, 1949-1955 (64-11-1)
84.8 — Bill Hume, Dos Palos, 1955-1965 (82-13-4)
84.1 — Mike Alberghini, Sacramento Grant, 1991-2002 (123-22-3) (current)
84.0 — Reyne Franca, Hughson, 1990-97, 2000 (81-15-1)
83.64 — Bill Sparks, Dos Palos, 1966-1975 (89-17-1)
83.61 — Ed Buller, San Jose Oak Grove, 1982-89, 1994-2002 (152-29-2) (current)
83.4 — Mark Loureiro, Escalon, 1989-2002 (138-27-1) (current)

82.9 — Larry Siemering, Manteca, 1937-1940 & Stockton, 1943 & Santa Cruz, 1956-58 (61-11-4)
82.1 — Bruce Rollinson, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1989-2002 (150-32-2) (current)
100 Wins Minimum:
95.0 — Bob Ladouceur, Concord De La Salle, 1979-2002 ( 274-14-1) (current)
85.4 — Mike Herrington, Bellflower, 1988 & Newhall Hart, 1989-2002 (166-28-1) (current)
85.3 — Mike Glines, Modesto Central Catholic, 1970-1978,1995-2002 (146-24-3) (current)
84.1 — Mike Alberghini, Sacramento Grant, 1991-2002 (123-22-3) (current)
83.6 — Ed Buller, San Jose Oak Grove, 1982-89, 1994-2002 (152-29-2) (current)
83.4 — Mark Loureiro, Escalon, 1989-2002 (138-27-1) (current)
82.7 — Butch Cattolico, Los Gatos, 1986-2002 (169-35-1) (current)
82.5 — John Beam, Oakland Skyline, 1988-2002 (149-30-4) (current)
82.1 — Bruce Rollinson, Santa Ana Mater Dei, 1989-2002 (150-32-2) (current)
81.6 — Mike Sparks, Dos Palos, 1988-2002 (148-33-1) (current)
81.3 — Larry Welsh, Gonzales, 1966-1975 & Atascadero, 1979-1996 (259-56-9)
80.7 — Chris Ferragamo, Wilmington Banning,1969-1986 (157-36-4)
80.4 — Norm Costa, Salinas Palma, 1977-1999 (206-50-4)
80.4 — Dave Humphers, Grass Valley Nevada Union, 1991-2002 (114-27-2) (current)
79.7 — Gene Vollnogle, Wilmington Banning, 1957-1962 & Carson, 1963-1990 (289-73-1)
79.5 — Ron Calcagno, Mountain View St. Francis, 1972-1995 (233-59-3)
78.79 — Paul Perenon, Oakland Bishop O'Dowd, 1986-2002 (160-44-1) (current)
78.64 — Harry Welch, Canyon Country Canyon, 1982-1993 & 2001-2002 (144-38-3) (current)
78.6 — Wayne Schneider, Tracy, 1965-1972, 1977-1994 (224-59-5)
78.57 — Milt Axt, S.F. Washington, 1945, S.F. Lincoln, 1947 & S.F. Polytechnic, 1942, 1944, 1948-1960 (124-32-5)
78.27 — Dick Bruich, Fontana, 1977-1998 & Fontana Kaiser, 2000-2002 (238-65-3) (current) 78.2 — Bob Christiansen, Loomis Del Oro, 1981-1994 (119-32-3)
77.9 — John Barnes, Anaheim Magnolia, 1978 & Los Alamitos, 1979-2002 (219-60-6) (current)
77.74 — Dwight "Goldie" Griffith, Bakersfield, 1908-1942, 1945 (207-50-26)
77.70 — Randy Blankenship, Grass Valley Nevada Union, 1984-1990 & Fresno Clovis West, 1991-98 & Fallbrook, 1999-2000 & Mission Viejo Capistrano Valley, 2002 (171-48-3)
77.6 — Clarence Schutte, Santa Barbara, 1925-1941 & 1946-1950 (171-45-12)
77.3 — Steve Grady, Los Angeles Loyola, 1976-2002 (249-71-6) (current) 77.0 — John Fletcher, Loomis Del Oro, 1979-1994 & 2001 (141-41-3)
76.8 — Terry Roche, Diamond Bar, 1985-1989, 1992-2000 (133-37-5) (current at Chino Hills)
76.7 — Mark Paredes, La Puente Bishop Amat, 1986-1993 & Riverside North, 1994-2001 & Riverside M.L. King, 2002 (158-47-3) (current)
76.4 — Ed Lloyd, Santa Rosa Cardinal Newman, 1966-1985 & Santa Rosa Piner, 1986-1991 & Sebastopol Analy, 1994-95 (217-64-9)
76.1 — Bob Johnson, El Toro, 1979-1990 & Mission Viejo, 1999-2002 (178-56) (current)

STATE COACHES

OF THE YEAR

(All selections by Cal-Hi Sports; retroactive based on research since 1980)

2002 — Kevin Rooney, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (14-0)
2001 - Bob Johnson, Mission Viejo (14-0)
2000 - Jerry Jaso, Long Beach Poly (14-0)
1999 - Mike Herrington, Newhall Hart (14-0)
1998 - Randy Blankenship, Fresno Clovis West (12-1)
1997 - John Beam, Oakland Skyline (12-0)
1996 - Dave Silveira, Martinez Alhambra (13-0)
1995 - Larry Welsh, Atascadero (14-0)
1994 - Bruce Rollinson, Santa Ana Mater Dei (14-0)
1993 - John Barnes, Los Alamitos (14-0)
1992 - Mark Paredes, La Puente Bishop Amat (15-0)
1991 - Herb Meyer, Oceanside El Camino (13-1)
1990 - Pat Preston, Bakersfield (13-0)
1989 - Dick Bruich, Fontana (14-0)
1988 - Norm Dow, Morgan Hill Live Oak (11-0-1)
1987 - Bennie Edens, San Diego Pt. Loma (13-0)
1986 - Bob Ladouceur, Concord De La Salle (12-0)
1985 - Charlie Wedemeyer, Los Gatos (12-1)
1984 - Tim Simons, Clovis (12-0-1)
1983 - Ron Calcagno, Mtn. View St. Francis (13-0)
1982 - Wayne Schneider, Tracy (12-1)
1981 - Marijon Ancich, Santa Fe Springs St. Paul (14-0)
1980 - Bill Workman, Huntington Beach Edison (14-0)
1979 - Ron Lancaster, Rancho Cordova (13-0)
1978 - Jerry Deuker, Pinole Valley (11-1)
1977 - Chris Ferragamo, Wilmington Banning (11-1-1)
1976 - Benny Pierce, Saratoga (13-0)
1975 - Ed Lloyd, Santa Rosa Cardinal Newman (12-0)
1974 - Dick Haines, Vista (13-0)
1973 - Dwayne DeSpain, Hacienda Heights Los Altos (12-1)
1972 - Bob Hitchcock, Temple City (13-0)
1971 - Gene Vollnogle, Carson (12-0)
1970 - Jack Neumeier, Granada Hills (11-1)
1969 - Forrest Klein, Alameda (9-0)
1968 - Tom Burt, Los Altos (9-0)
1967 - Clare Van Hoorebeke, Anaheim (12-1)
1966 - Ernie Johnson, Pico Rivera El Rancho (13-0)
1965 - Dick Coury, Santa Ana Mater Dei(12-0-1)
1964 - John Hanna, San Jose Bellarmine (10-0)
1963 - Paul Briggs, Bakersfield (9-0)
1962 - Bob Berry, San Jose Willow Glen (9-0)
1961 - Joe Marvin, Redwood City Sequoia (10-0)
1960 - Sam Cathcart, Santa Barbara (11-1)
1959 - Dave Levy Long Beach Poly (11-0)
1958 - Paul Huebner, Wilmington Banning (11-0)
1957 - Johnny Johnson, Oroville (9-0)
1956 - Dick Hill, Downey (12-0-1)
1955 - Duane Maley, San Diego (11-0-1)
1954 - Aaron Wade, Compton Centennial (10-1-1)
1953 - Milt Axt, S.F. Poly (10-0)
1952 - Fred Moffett, Berkeley (9-0)
1951 - Hod Ray, Palo Alto (8-0)
1950 - Ernie Busch, Merced (11-0)
1949 - Bob Patterson, Vallejo (10-0)
1948 - Harry Edelson, L.A. Fremont (9-0-1)
1947 - Jim Sutherland, Santa Monica (12-0)
1946 - George Hobbs, Alhambra (12-0)
1945 - Colon Kilby, Vallejo (10-0)
1944 - Bert LaBrucherie, Los Angeles (7-0)
1943 - Larry Siemering, Stockton (10-0)
1942 - Brick Johnson, Piedmont (7-0)
1941 - Roy Richert, Oakland Castlemont (5-0-1)
1940 - Clarence Schutte, Santa Barbara (9-1)
1939 - Palmer Muhl, Woodland (8-0)
1938 - Ras Johnson, S.F. Galileo (8-0-1)
1937 - Jim Blewett, L.A. Manual Arts (8-0)
1936 - Harlan Lee, Red Bluff (7-0-1)
1935 - Paul Hungerford, S.F. Poly (9-0)
1934 - Orian Landreth, Long Beach Poly (12-1)
1933 - Dick Arnett, Inglewood (8-2-1)
1932 - Harry Shipkey, Salinas (11-0)
1931 - Tex Oliver, Santa Ana (13-0)
1930 - John Price, La Verne Bonita (10-0)
1929 - Lourence Janssen, Sacramento (9-0)
1928 - Paul Perrin, Lodi (9-0)
1927 - Mike Voyne, S.F. Lowell (13-0)
1926 - Brick Mitchell, San Mateo (9-1-1)
1925 - Wallace Newman, Covina (12-1)
1924 - Jimmy Hole, Berkeley (11-0)
1923 - Dave Cox, S.F. Polytechnic (11-0)
1922 - Dwight "Goldie" Griffith, Bakersfield (10-0-1)
1921 - Thomas Kenney, Santa Clara Prep (7-0)
1920 - Freddie Rodgers, Salinas (5-0)
1919 - Ed Kienholz, Long Beach Poly (12-0)
1918 - Sid Foster, L.A. Manual Arts (9-0)
1917 - George Wihr, San Mateo (13-0-1) (Rugby)
1916 - Nibs Price, San Diego (12-0)
1915 - Duffy Seay, Pasadena (7-1)
1914 - Otto Fritsch, L.A. Manual Arts (10-2) (Rugby)
1913 - Clint Evans, Pomona (11-0) (Rugby)
1912 - C.S. Morris, Palo Alto (16-2) (Rugby)
1911 - Ralph Noble, Los Angeles (9-0) (Rugby)
1910 - Dan McAndrews, Alameda (5-0)
1909 - Coach Skinner, L.A. Polytechnic (8-0-2) (Rugby)
1908 - William Reid, Belmont Academy (8-0-1)
1907 - A.W. Sorenson, Los Angeles (5-1)
1906 - Chelton Hill, Woodland (5-0-1)
1905 - Frank Solinsky, Berkeley (5-1-3)
1904 - Charles Thomas, Woodland (4-0)
1903 - Fayette Birtch, Bakersfield (4-0-1)
1902 - Jim Lanagan, Belmont Academy (4-0-2)
1900 - W. E. Premo, Tulare (4-0)
1898 - George Spence, Los Angeles (8-0-2)
1896 - Oscar Taylor, Belmont Academy (4-0)

GAME RECORDS

(Both Teams Combined)

Most TD Passes

13 - Agoura Hills Agoura (52) vs. Newbury Park (49), 2002 (7 TD passes by NP)
11 — San Bruno Capuchino (68) vs. Daly City Jefferson (45), 1957 (7 TD passes by Jeff)
10 — Simi Valley Royal (58) vs. Newbury Park (55), 2002 (6 TD passes by NP)
10 — Westlake Village Westlake (54) vs. Agoura Hills Agoura (51), 1996 (5 TD passes each)
10 — Pacific Palisades (69) vs. Malibu Camp Kilpatrick (44), 1999 (10 TD passes by Palisades)

10 — Orange Lutheran (56) vs. La Palma Kennedy (51), 2002 (5 TD passes for each)

Eight-Man Football:
14 — San Diego Midway Baptist (76) vs. Salton Sea West Shores (50), 1994 (9 TD passes by Midway)

Most Yards Passing

1,018 — Agoura Hills Agoura (52) vs. Newbury Park (49), 2002 (524 yds by NP)
973 — Simi Valley Royal (58) vs. Newbury Park (55), 2002 (507 yds by NP)
837 — Westlake Village Westlake (54) vs. Agoura Hills Agoura (51), 1996 (426 yds. by Westlake)
821 — Mill Valley Tamalpais (38) vs. Novato (25), 1966 (546 yds. by Tam)

Eight-Man Football:
897 — San Diego Midway Baptist (76) vs. Salton Sea West Shores (50), 1994 (566 yds. by Midway)

Most Yards Rushing

1,082 — Oxnard Hueneme (52) vs. Oxnard Rio Mesa (34), 1995 (676 yds. by Hueneme)
1,054 — Los Banos (63) vs. Manteca (40), 1999 (601 yds. by Los Banos)
999 — Redding Shasta (50) vs. Susanville Lassen (26), 1952 (650 yds, by Shasta)
895 — Shafter (52) vs. Taft (49), 1978 (588 yds. by Shafter)

Most Yards Total Offense

1,281 — Los Banos (63) vs. Manteca (40), 1999 (728 yds. by Los Banos)
1,233 — Agoura Hills Agoura (52) vs. Newbury Park (49), 2002 (663 yds. by NP)
1,192 — El Cerrito (58) vs. Richmond De Anza (52), 1999 (607 yds. by El Cerrito)
1,187 — Dunsmuir (58) vs. Bieber Big Valley (38), 1983 (632 yds. by Dunsmuir)
1,181 — Redding Shasta (50) vs. Susanville Lassen (26), 1952 (758 yds. by Shasta)
1,173 — Westlake Village Westlake (54) vs. Agoura Hills Agoura (51), 1996
1,169 — Oxnard Hueneme (52) vs. Oxnard Rio Mesa (34), 1995 (688 yds. by Hueneme)
1,159 — Rialto (55) vs. San Bernardino Cajon (53), 2001 (652 yds. by Cajon)
1,147 — Stockton St. Mary's (52) vs. Stockton Stagg (30), 1996 (633 yds. by St. Mary's)
1,143 — Bellflower St. John Bosco (49) vs. Redlands (36), 1986 (600 yds. by Bosco)
1,137 — Riverside Ramona (57) vs. Baldwin Park (36), 1988 (613 yds. by Ramona)
1,129 — Simi Valley Royal (58) vs. Newbury Park (55), 2002
1,122 — Ventura Buena (74) vs. Oxnard Hueneme (34), 1993 (742 yds. by Buena)
1,117 — Bakersfield Garces (62) vs. Lancaster Paraclete (56), 1999 (584 yds. by Paraclete)
1,106 — Bloomington (82) vs. Lakewood Artesia (62), 1994 (550 yds. by Bloomington)
1,101 — Shafter (52) vs. Taft (49), 1978 (627 yds. by Shafter)

Highest Scoring Ties

48-48 — Thousand Oaks vs. Newbury Park, 1970
44-44 — Palmdale vs. Granada Hills Kennedy, 2000

Six-Man Football:
58-58 — Paramount Brethren vs. Arcadia Rio Hondo, 1972

Most Tie-Breaker Overtimes

7 — Perris (70) vs. Palm Springs (62), 1991 (Regulation 28-28)
6 — Clovis (62) vs. Porterville (56), 1993 (Regulation 28-28)
6 — Banning (51) vs. Sepulveda L. A. Baptist (45), 1997
5 — Loomis Del Oro (27) vs. Sonora (24), 1991(Regulation 7-7)
5 — Firebaugh vs. Reedley Immanuel, 1993
5 — Cloverdale (41) vs. Richmond Salesian (38), 1996 (Regulation 21-21)

Most Points

144 — Bloomington (82) vs. Lakewood Artesia (62), 1994
141 — Santa Rosa (141) vs. St. Helena (0), 1924
137 — San Diego (130) vs. San Diego Army-Navy (7), 1920
136 — Inglewood (136) vs. L. A. Military Academy (0), 1913
136 — Inglewood (136) vs. San Fernando (0), 1914

Eight-Man Football:
158 — Smith Valley, Nev. (82) vs. Big Pine (76), 1989
142 — Big Pine (72) vs. Coleville (70), 2000
140 — Las Vegas Mtn. View Christian (82) vs. Independence Owens Valley (58), 1999

Six-Man Football:
140 — Hollywood Black-Foxe (94) vs. Cuyama Valley (46), 1966

Most Field Goals

7 — Ramona (17) vs. Poway (12), 2001 (five by Ramona)

Most Penalties

34 — Palmdale (44) vs. Granada Hills Kennedy (44), 2000 (23 called on Kennedy for 178 yds., 11 called on Palmdale for 115 yds.)

Oldest Current Rivalries*

1892 — S.F. St. Ignatius (47-23-7) vs. S.F. Sacred Heart**
1896 — Santa Cruz vs. Watsonville
1898 — Vallejo vs. Napa
1898 — Napa vs. Vacaville
*Note: Santa Rosa and Petaluma first played in 1894, but are now in different leagues. Same for Vallejo and Napa, which first played in 1898.
**1892 (rugby), 1919, 1922-1932, 1935-1966, 1970-2002.

Oldest Continuous Rivalries (at least once every year)

1921 — El Centro Central (70-69-10) vs. Brawley, 1921-2002
1921 — El Centro Central (76-41-10) vs. Calexico, 1921-2002
1921 — Brawley (73-48-5) vs. Calexico, 1921-2002
Calexico-Holtville not played in '94 for first time since 1921.

Most Rivalry Games

149 — El Centro Central (70-69-10) vs. Brawley, 1921-2002
144 — Eureka (92-44-8) vs. Arcata, 1907-1917, 1919-1929, 1931-41, 1945-2002
133 — El Centro Central (78-43-12) vs. Calexico, 1915-1917, 1919, 1921-2002

CALIFORNIA VS. THE WORLD

(Thru 2002, on-the-field results only)
(All-star games not included)

1-0 vs. Japan
1993: San Diego Marian Catholic 26, Yokota AFB 8

0-3 vs. Alaska
1994: Eagle River Chugiak 47, Beverly Hills 28
2000: Anchorage Dimond 27, Riverside Notre Dame 6
2000: Anchorage Bartlett 48, San Francisco Lowell 8

1-0 vs. Washington D.C.
1989: San Diego Lincoln 40, Cardoza 8

1-0 vs. New York
2002: San Diego Torrey Pines 45, NYC DeWitt Clinton 12

3-1 vs. Pennsylvania
1986: El Toro 20, Whitehall 19
1990: El Toro 41, Kingston Wyoming Valley West 0
2001: Carlsbad 31, Perkasie Pennridge 14
2001: Norristown 35, San Diego University 6

1-1 vs. Maryland
1975: Hyattsville De Matha 13, Woodland 2
1976: Woodland 20, Hyattsville De Matha 0

1-1 vs. Virginia
1987: Westminster 14, Springfield Robert E. Lee 0
1990: Springfield Robert E. Lee 14, Westminster 7

0-8 vs. Florida
1998: Tallahassee North Florida Christian 42, Orange Lutheran 16
1999: Daytona Beach Mainland 36, Oxnard Hueneme 20
2000: Sebastian River 40, Aliso Viejo Aliso Niguel 7
2000: Panama City Rutherford 27, San Diego Torrey Pines 0
2001: Hudson 20, Concord Northgate 19
2002: Winter Park Trinity Prep 26, Bieber Big Valley 20 (OT)
2002: Miami Monsignor Pace 33, Bellflower St. John Bosco 7
2002: Tampa Jefferson 44, Anaheim Canyon 7

0-1 vs. Alabama
1999: Blount Pritchard 27, Orinda Miramonte 18

2-0 vs. Mississippi
1988: San Marino 21, Jackson Academy 0
1989: San Marino 34, Jackson Academy 27

1-0 vs. Minnesota
1999: Lancaster Paraclete 37, Minneapolis De La Salle 24

2-2 vs. Ohio
1981: Hubbard 10, Bellflower 0
1982: Cincinnati Moeller 29, Anaheim Servite 15
1996: Aliso Viejo Aliso Niguel 8, Hilliard 7
1998: Fresno Clovis West 21, Massillon Washington 9

2-0 vs. Illinois
1995: Anaheim Servite 51, Chicago De La Salle 6
1998: La Puente Bishop Amat 28, Naperville Central 7

0-3 vs. Oklahoma
2000: Tulsa Union 36, Clovis 0
2001: Tulsa Union 42, Clovis 34
2001: Anadarko Riverside Indian 24, Riverside Sherman Indian 0

2-2 vs. Texas
1990: Orange Lutheran 28, Houston South Lutheran 6
1997: Texas School for the Deaf 31, Riverside School for the Deaf 3
1998: Texas School for the Deaf 47, Riverside School for the Deaf 0
2002: Fremont School for the Deaf 35, Texas School for the Deaf 0

2-1 vs. New Mexico
1996: San Francisco Sacred Heart 28, Albuquerque St. Pius 26
1996: Clovis (NM) 24, Clovis (CA) 0
1997: Clovis (CA) 30, Clovis (NM) 29

1-2 vs. Nebraska
1938: Boys Town 20, Los Angeles Black Foxe Military Academy 12
1944: Boys Town 8, San Francisco St. Ignatius 6
1944: Los Angeles Loyola 25, Boys Town 7

0-3 vs. Colorado
1994: Pueblo South 36, Hayward Mt. Eden 7
2000: Louisville Monarch 83, Desert Hot Springs 0
2001: Louisville Monarch 28, San Marcos 0

2-2 vs. Utah
1964: Needles 47, St. George Dixie 19
1987: Needles 30, Hurricane 26
1988: St. George Pine View 32, Needles 0
1999: Layton Northridge 30, South Tahoe 16

0-5 vs. Idaho
1980: Boise Borah 33, Pinole Valley 12
1981: Boise Borah 27, Pinole Valley 8
1981: Boise 14, Cupertino Monta Vista 8
1981: Boise Capital 14, Rancho Cordova 0
1987: Boise Borah 26, Pinole Valley 22

4-4 vs. Washington
1906: Seattle 11, San Francisco Lick 0
1907: Seattle 30, Berkeley 0
1920: Everett 28, Long Beach Poly 0
1983: Westlake Village Westlake 21, Bellevue Interlake 20
1986: San Diego Lincoln 37, Seattle O'Dea 0
1998: Seattle Evergreen 37, Burbank Burroughs 12
1998: San Diego Parker 34, Newport 14
1998: Chula Vista Eastlake 28, Seattle North Kitsap 23

61-15 vs. Canada
(First Games)
1971: Atherton Menlo 26, Richmond Steveston 6
1972: Atherton Menlo 18, Richmond Steveston 6
1973: Millbrae Mills 40, Richmond 8
1973: Richmond Steveston 27, Atherton Menlo 0
(Most Recent Games)
2001: San Diego Parker 25, Abbotsford Rich Hanson 6
2001: Valley Center 54, Edmonton M.E. La Zerte 7
2001: Costa Mesa 58, Coquitlam Centennial 20
2001: Anaheim Sunny Hills 34, Edmonton McNally 0
2001: Calgary Bishop Carroll 21, Coronado 15
2001: Lethbridge 39, Calistoga 0
2002: Coronado 36, Calgary Bishop Carroll 7
2002: Anaheim Sunny Hills 28, Edmonton McNally 8
2002: St. Albert 47, Pine Valley Mountain Empire 14

75-42-3 vs. Hawaii
(First Games)
1925: Honolulu St. Louis 40, San Mateo 0
1966: Honolulu Kaimuki 39, Mountain View St. Francis 14
1968: Honolulu St. Louis 19, Los Gatos 17
1969: Honolulu St. Louis 49, Los Gatos 19
1970: Mountain View St. Francis 6, Honolulu Kaimuki 0
(Most Recent Games)
2001: Orange Lutheran 28, Hilo Hawaii Prep 6
2001: Dana Point Dana Hills 30, Honolulu Pac-Five 14
2001: Honolulu Iolani 56, San Diego Kearny 0
2001: Honolulu St. Louis 40, San Clemente 7
2002: Scotts Valley 21, Wailuku St. Anthony 16
2002: Beverly Hills 47, Honolulu Pac-Five 29
2002: Long Beach Poly 42, Kahuku 16
2002: Concord De La Salle 31, Honolulu St. Louis 21
2002: Rocklin Sierra Christian 48, Kahulu Kaahumanu Hou 22
2002: Honolulu Iolani 34, Huntington Beach Edison 20

137-61-2 vs. Mexico
(First Games)
1969: Pine Valley Mountain Empire 18, Mexicali CETYS 0
1969: Imperial 56, Mexicali CETYS 12
1970: Calexico 50, Mexicali CETYS 7
(CETYS, a college, broke through with two wins in 1971 against four losses; all games until 1983 for California schools were against CETYS)

403-365-40 vs. Arizona
(Earliest Reported Games)
1912: Riverside Sherman Indian 7, Pima Indian 4
1912: Phoenix Indian 28, Riverside Sherman Indian 12
1915: Yuma 13, Calexico 6
1916: Yuma 12, Imperial 6
1919: Long Beach Poly 102, Phoenix Union 0

457-448-32 vs. Oregon
(Earliest Reported Games)
1921: Grants Pass 36, Crescent City Del Norte 6
1922: Grants Pass 27, Crescent City Del Norte 6
1923: Klamath Falls Klamath 39, Redding Shasta 2
1924: Klamath Falls Klamath 18, Alturas Modoc 0
1924: Medford 38, Crescent City Del Norte 6
(California first reportedly won in 1928 when Del Norte edged Grants Pass, 14-13.)

1,265-1,058-53 vs. Nevada*
(Earliest Reported Games)
1896: Belmont Academy 70, University of Nevada 0
1910: Reno 9, Nevada City 0 (rugby)
1910: Reno 8, Nevada City 3 (rugby)
1912: Alameda 17, Reno 0 (rugby)
1915: Bishop 7, Tonopah 6
*Some games not reported.

Biggest Wins
1970: Coleville 106, Gabbs (NV) 0 (eight-man)
1919: Long Beach Poly 102, Phoenix Union 0
1966: Coleville 91, Gabbs (NV) 0 (eight-man)
1978: Tulelake 90, Gilchrist (OR) 0

Worst Defeats
1934: Las Vegas (NV) 83, Barstow 0
2000: Louisville Monarch (CO) 83, Desert Hot Springs 0
1959: Lovelock (NV) 82, Herlong 0
1925: Williams (AZ) 78, Needles 0

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