THEY'RE IN.....State Record Book Additions

Brett Ratliff of Chico High can now show his buddies where his name is among the all-time state football records. How about one spot above John Elway? Click here for free list of who's now been entered among state's all-time best. All state football records below also have now been updated through the end of the 2002 regular season.

All of the following have now been included for the first time in our exclusive state record book (football section):

Jesse Ainsworth (Thousand Oaks)

•Ken Beurmann (Liberty, Bakersfield)

•Joe Davis (Las Lomas, Walnut Creek)

Kevin Estes (Saugus)

•Ryan Graves (Muir, Pasadena)

Brian Fairbanks (Northwood, Irvine)

•Oliver Higgins (Brentwood, Los Angeles)

•Terrell Jackson (Centennial, Corona)

•David Mamelli (Calvary Chapel, Santa Ana)

•Devin Martinez (Cathedral, Los Angeles)

•Le'Andre Matthews (East Bakersfield)

•Aaron McGuinness (Crescenta Valley, La Crescenta)

•Cesar Murillo (Norte Vista, Riverside)

•Sean Norton (Hart, Newhall)

•T.C. Ostrander (Menlo-Atherton)

Jake Pettengill (Foothill, Palo Cedro)

•Brandon Powers (Franklin, Los Angeles)

•Brett Ratliff (Chico)

•Curtis Rudd (Victor Valley, Victorville)

•Brian Ruiz (Clovis East, Clovis)

•Sonny Shackelford (Beverly Hills)

Adam Tenney (Carlsbad)

•Terrell Vinson (Irvine)

Congratulations to Ryan Graves, Muir High School, new state record holder for most pass receptions in a regular season.

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