State Passing Records Updated

Folsom's Jake Browning has passed for 5,000 yards in three separate seasons and has 85 TDs this year heading into final game. Photo: James K. Leash/SportStars.

Folsom’s Jake Browning has passed for 5,000 yards in three separate seasons and has 85 TDs this year heading into his final game. Photo: James K. Leash/SportStars.

As a celebration of this week’s CIF state bowl games and one quarterback in particular concluding one of the greatest careers in state history, we have posted updated single-season totals for passing yards and TD passes.

Congratulations to the following quarterbacks from the 2014 California high school football season who have now been officially added to the Cal-Hi Sports state record lists for most passing yards in a season, most passing yards for a regular season, most TD passes in a season and most TD passes for a regular season:

Santa Margarita's K.J. Costello will be one of the state's most-watched QBs next season. Photo: OCSidelines.com.

Santa Margarita’s K.J. Costello will be one of the state’s most-watched QBs next season. Photo: OCSidelines.com.

Matt Adamciewicz (Gilroy) Sr.
Blake Barnett (Santiago, Corona) Sr.
Kam Brown (Charter Oak, Covina) Sr.
Nick Brown (Rancho Alamitos, Garden Grove) Sr.
Osai Brown (McNair, Stockton) Sr.
Jake Browning (Folsom) Sr.
K.J. Costello (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM) Jr.
Mitch Daniels (Concord) Sr.
Sam Darnold (San Clemente) Sr.
Noah Davis (St. Bernard’s, Eureka) Sr.
Luis Dorame (Monroe, North Hills) Sr.
Brian Gadsby (Crescenta Valley, La Crescenta) Sr.
Josh Gaudet (Horizon Christian, San Diego) Sr.
Carson Glazier (San Marino) Jr.
Anthony Gordon (Terra Nova, Pacifica) Sr.
Armando Herrera (Redlands East Valley) Soph.
Darius Hulsey (Coachella Valley, Thermal) Sr.
Brandon Jones (Bakersfield Christian) Sr.
Josh Love (Long Beach Poly) Sr.
Sam Metcalf (Farmersville) Sr.
Conner Miller (Brethren Christian, Huntington Beach) Sr.
William Olvera (Palm Springs) Sr.
Nico Portillo (Corcoran) Sr.
Randy Post (Sutter) Sr.
Daniel Prieto (Newbury Park) Sr.
Collin Rugg (La Jolla) Sr.
Jonathan Saavedra (Santa Clarita Christian, Canyon Country) Sr.
Will Smith (Analy, Sebastopol) Sr.
Kyle Spaulding (McKinleyville) Jr.
Kaylor Sullivan (Fort Bragg) Jr.
Trey Tinsley (El Toro, Lake Forest) Sr.
Andrew Tovar (Cathedral, Los Angeles) Soph.
Caden Voges (Sacramento) Jr.
Brady White (Hart, Newhall) Sr.

Notes:

There still could be one more after this weekend depending on how Jack Stephens from Campolindo of Moraga does in CIF D3 bowl game vs. El Capitan.

Since we have made a conscious decision to delete as few names as possible despite the huge increase of passing totals in recent years, some of these passing lists also now contain more than 200 entries.

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For new, updated list of most TD passes for regular season, CLICK HERE.

For new, updated list of most TD passes in one season (overall), CLICK HERE.

For new, updated list of most passing yards for regular season, CLICK HERE.

For new, updated list of most passing yards for one season (overall), CLICK HERE.


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3 Comments

  1. Jim Schultz
    Posted December 18, 2014 at 1:05 pm | Permalink

    Too bad the coaches at Folsom thought they had to pad a record by throwing against Grant last Friday in the 4th quarter, running clock, 5:40 remaining and a 46-7 lead. Makes you wonder a little bit about some of these records.

  2. HSFBFan
    Posted December 18, 2014 at 1:45 pm | Permalink

    Jim, you must not have been paying too much attention. It was 3rd and like 30. Is Folsom supposed to just hand the ball over because they were ahead. And Grant got caught in a corner blitz and left him wide open. If Folsom wanted to pad stats, Browning could easily have 30+ more TDs this year, no idea how many for his HS career. He rarely played in the 2nd half, and when he did Folsom mostly ran the ball. They would also stop the up-tempo and burn the play clock to nearly zero. One play is not a reflection on the entire season.

  3. Jim
    Posted January 15, 2015 at 10:27 am | Permalink

    Conner Miller of Brethren Christian in Huntington Beach passed for over 3200 yds and rushed for over 1000 yds. Truly a dual threat. It should also be noted he grabbed 6 interceptions on defense while only playing on D about half the time.

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