Mission Conference Players of the Week Six

 2001 Mission Conference "Players of the Week" – Week 6 


• Golden West's Porter Lacey (6-4, 215, Fr, QB, San Clemente) passed for a career-high 301 yards on 27-of-36 attempts (2 TDs, 2 INTs) in the Rustlers' win over Orange Coast.

• Cerritos' Mike Harrison (6-2, 210, So, QB, Mayfair) was 13-of-18 for 257 yards and threw two TDs in the Falcons' win over El Camino.

• Palomar's Andy Goodenough (6-4, 217, So, QB, Corvallis, Ore.) completed 26-of-37 passes for 255 yards, three touchdowns and one interception.

• Pasadena's Nathan Chandler (6-7, 250, So, QB, South Lake Carroll, Tex.) completed 19-of-28 passes for 200 yards (3 TDs) and added 34 yards rushing (1 TD).

• El Camino's Ryan Gilbert (6-4, 198, So, QB, El Segundo) threw for 274 yards on 17-of-30 passing (TD, INT).


 Running Backs

• Pasadena's Jonathan Smith (5-9, 180, So, RB, Narbonne) broke a 30-year-old PCC record for most rushing yards one game with 317 yards on 26 carries (12.2 ypc). He ran for three TDs (26, 84, 1) and added four catches for 10 yards.

• Palomar's Chris Williams (5-7, 165, Fr, RB, Oceanside) had 17 carries for 137 yards.

• Saddleback's Darren Shorter (5-11, 195, Fr, RB, Cypress) carried the ball 20 times for 79 yards and three TDs (1, 2, 8) and added four receptions for 17 yards.



• Long Beach's Clint Bingham (5-11, 170, So, WR, Interlake, WA) caught five passes for 209 yards (76-yd TD).

• Palomar's Deondre Alexander (5-11, 175, So, WR, Fontana) caught nine passes for 123 yards and one TD.

• Pasadena's Octavius Spencer (6-3, 210, Fr, WR, Montebello, CO) made all three of his receptions count for TDs (14, 12, 6).

• Santa Ana's Tommy Roberts (6-2, 195, So, WR, Westminster) had seven receptions for 162 yards.

• Cerritos' Chris Chatman (6-5, 200, So. WR, Tustin) had three receptions for 114 yards (38 ypc), including a 86-yard TD.

• Saddleback's Chris Bernard (6-1, 190, So, WR, Aliso Niguel) caught five passes for 90 yards, including TD-receptions of 20 and 24 yards.

• Santa Ana's Jonathon Redlon (5-7, 150, Fr, WR), from Florida's School For Deaf, made his first reception of the season for seven yards.



• Palomar's David Dixon (5-11, 170, So, CB, Compton) picked off two passes and had four tackles (three solo).

• Long Beach's Antoine Casey (5-8, 160, So, CB, LB Poly) recorded nine tackles (seven solo), one INT, and a blocked punt.

• Palomar's Shane Lancaster (6-3, 200, So, S, San Marcos) had six tackles (two for loss) and returned an interception 75 yards for a touchdown.

• Saddleback's Jake Jaca (6-1, 190, So, SS, Madras, OR) posted 12 tackles (six solo), one QB sack and broke-up one pass.

• Pasadena's Jeff Runnels (6-3, 210, So, LB, San Dimas) had a team-high nine tackles (two for loss), one pass break-up and one QB hurry.

• Cerritos' Philip Perry (6-3, 240, So, LB, Lakewood) tallied eight tackles (two for loss) in the Falcons' 41-31 win over El Camino.

• El Camino's Chris Solomona (6-5, 285, So, DE, San Pedro) recorded eight tackles (six solo), two sacks, two hurries, and two pass deflections.

 • Fullerton's Joey Ellis (6-1, 215, So, LB, Loara) led the Hornets with 15 tackles (seven solo), including a tackles for minus two yards.

• Santa Ana's Chad Kalilimoku (6-0, 235, So, LB, Roosevelt, HI) led the Don defense with 12 tackles (nine solo).

• Pasadena's Anthony Owens (6-0, 185, So, DB, Plantation, FLA) had a 19-yard INT, broke-up two other passes and made three tackles.

• Riverside's Thomas McKenzie (6-0, 270, Fr, DL, Etiwanda) registered four tackles (one for loss) and two blocked PATs

• Riverside's Apolo Montenegro (5-10, 195, So, LB, North) tallied 11 tackles to lead the Tigers.


 Kick Returns/All-Purpose/Total Offense

• El Camino's Alvin Marshal (5-9, 185, Fr, RB/KR, Locke) compiled 367 all-purpose yards: 149 yards on 16 rushes (2 TDs), 102 yards on five receptions (1 TD), and 116 yards on six kick returns.

• Cerritos' Jermaine Whiten (5-10, 205, Fr, RB/KR, Cerritos) had four kickoff returns for 133 yards (33.2 avg.), with a long of 69.

• Golden West's Andrew Nuimata (6-1, 230, So, RB, Los Amigos) ran for 92 yards on 27 carries, and added 50 yards on four catches (2 TDs).



• Pasadena's David Jones (6-1, 210, Fr, P/LB, Monrovia) punted four times for a 43.3 yard average in his first JC punting game — and added five tackles and a pass knockdown on defense.

• Riverside's Mark Baltagi (6-0, 200, So, PK, Riverside Poly) made FGs of 54 and 42 yards to go with two PATs. His 54-yard FG was fourth longest in RCC history — one yard short of a school record.

• Riverside's Josh Habben (6-3, 200, So, P, North) punted seven times for 258 (36.9 avg.), including one kick downed at the one-yard line.

• Fullerton's Brian Winter (6-1, 220, Fr, P, Esperanza) punted six times for a 44.3 yard average, including a long of 74.


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