Baseball: State Records Updated (1)

Dominic Smith from Serra of Gardena (left) played his final game of a four-year career in 2013 at Dodger Stadium and is now playing for the New York Mets. At right is Bubba Gomez of Fremont Christian, who put his name into numerous hitting and pitching state record lists between 2016 and 2019. Photos: Mark Tennis & Dennis Lee / SportStars.


A little more than two weeks after all of our all-time state baseball records in team categories were added to this site, it’s now time to do the same for the much more complicated and more massive individual categories. For this post, we are going over the leaders for all hitting & offensive categories. California high school baseball state records have never been online before and we now have them all updated and ready to go in plenty of time before the 2021 season.

FOR ALL UPDATED STATE BASEBALL RECORDS IN TEAM CATEGORIES (STREAKS & HISTORICAL), CLICK HERE.
FOR ALL UPDATED STATE BASEBALL RECORDS IN TEAM CATEGORIES (HITTING/PITCHING/RUNS), CLICK HERE.

Note: We’re going to make this a free post on CalHiSports.com, but the much longer state record lists we’re going to link to will require a Gold Club membership. We now have extensive state record categories in our online archives in football, boys basketball, girls basketball and baseball plus all-state team listings for more than 40 years. We also will have additional baseball features on players and teams coming soon for Gold Club members as well and we will be doing these same state record updates soon for all teams/individuals in softball. To become a Gold Club member for as low as 6.8 cents per day to support this continuing work, CLICK HERE.

Note: We of course utilize MaxPreps.com leader lists for current players and teams and we encourage all schools and coaches to use that platform. There can be errors in those lists, however, that are not fixed and there are still a few players & teams who have unreported totals. MaxPreps also only goes back to the early 2000s. All California records before that were obtained through research by Cal-Hi Sports. We are the only source for state baseball records in California.

Kern Valley’s Zach Bushling was a multi-sport athlete, but gets into the state record book for highest career batting average. Photo: Bakersfield Californian.


Highest Batting Averages (Season)
(40 at-bat minimum)
.825 – Danny Taylor, Lee Vining, 2011 (47×57)
.761 – Ricky Eisenberg, Canoga Park Coutin, 1996
.760 – Mark Winkleman, Fontana Ambassador Baptist, 1991
.750 – Elijah Garcia, Norwalk Pioneer Baptist, 2007 (42×56) Jr.
.750 – Brock Griffin, Loyalton, 2019 (33×44) Jr.
.746 – Willie Heien, Chula Vista Victory Christian Academy, 2009 (44×59)
.741 – Hiro Imai, Ojai Villanova, 1991
.739 – Elijah Garcia, Norwalk Pioneer Baptist, 2008 (34×46)
.738 – Joseph Padilla, Los Angeles Franklin, 2018 (48×65)
.733 – Cory Gallagher, San Andreas Sierra Ridge/Rite of Passage, 2005 (44×60)
.725 – Charles Windom, Compton Centennial, 2019 (50×69)
.722 – Jonathan Hurtado, El Monte Arroyo, 2015 (39×54)
.722 – Bo Fick, Los Altos Hills Pinewood, 2018 (39×54)
.720 – Darren Brown, Sylmar Los Angeles Lutheran, 1991
.720 – Cody Woods, Reseda Sherman Oaks CES, 2007 (36×50) Jr.
.720 – Max Casey, Lancaster Desert Christian, 2014 (36×50)
.719 – John Overby, Thousand Oaks Hillcrest Christian, 2019 (41×57)
.714 – Dylan Johnson, Blythe Palo Verde Valley, 2016 (35×49) Jr.
.712 – Oscar Ruiz, La Jolla Bishop’s, 1984 (57×80)
.708 – Chris Smith, Compton Centennial, 2008 (51×74)
.701 – Aaron Hewus, Victorville Victor Valley Christian, 2009 (47×67)
.701 – Branden Rademacher, Anaheim Fairmont Prep, 2004 (47×67)
.700 – Wyatt Aguilar, Mountain Empire, 2016 (35×50)

Highest Batting Averages (Season)
(70 at-bat minimum)
.712 – Oscar Ruiz, La Jolla Bishop’s, 1984 (57×80)
.708 – Chris Smith, Compton Centennial, 2008 (51×74)
.685 – Ethan Chapman, Upland Christian, 2008 (63×92)
.675 – Tyray Gatewood, Lynwood Firebaugh, 2010 (52×77)
.671 – Gavin Haimovitz, Los Olivos Dunn, 2016 (51×76) Soph.
.662 – Daryle Ward, Riverside Bethel Christian, 1992 (57 hits) Jr.
.659 – James Grandpre, Lancaster Desert Christian, 2011 (56×85)
.659 – Jamel Wells, Los Angeles Locke, 2004 (54×82)
.658 – Robert Cruz, Redlands Arrowhead Christian, 2017 (50×76)
.649 – James Bowen, Maxwell, 2010 (61×94) Jr.
.649 – Robert Gsellman, Los Angeles Westchester, 2010 (48×74) Jr.

Highest Batting Averages (Career)
.596 – Daryle Ward, Riverside Bethel Christian, 1990-93 (88 gms.)
.587 – Josh Barber, Pine Valley Mt. Empire, 2005-2008 (176×300) (94 gms.)
.579 – Zach Bushling, Lake Isabella Kern Valley, 2014-2016 (146×252) (83)
.573 – Charlie Cutler, San Francisco Lowell, 2002-2005
.563 – Christian Carlos, Inglewood, 2003-2005
.556 – Lewis Butler, San Diego Hoover, 2012-2016 (140×252)
.554 – Graham Koonce, Julian, 1990-93 (165×298) (84 gms.)
.553 – Jacob Tepper, North Hollywood Oakwood, 2000-2003 (100×181)
.530 – Brian Johnson, Oakland Skyline, 1984-86 (80 gms.)*
*Approximate total.
Note: Josh Clark from Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian had .636 average in 198 at-bats and 61 games from 2010 to 2012.

Note: For Gold Club expanded batting average records to .650, .627 and .511 for these categories plus highest reported on-base percentages, CLICK HERE.

This was Adrian Gonzalez’s photo at the Area Code Games during the summer between his junior and senior season at Eastlake (Chula Vista). Photo: StudentSports.com.


Most Hits (Season)
72 – Willie Cabrera, Chatsworth, 2004 (35)
68 – Brett Jenkins, Rancho Cordova, 1988 (34)
68 – Gerald Laird, Westminster La Quinta, 1998 (32)
68 – Charlie Cutler, San Francisco Lowell, 2003 (Soph.)
68 – Nick Atkins, Venice, 2016 (34)
67 – Nick Noonan, San Diego Francis Parker, 2007 (35)
65 – Delmon Young, Camarillo, 2002 (34) Jr.
64 – China McCarney, Acton Vasquez, 2005 (26)
63 – Eric Chavez, San Diego Mt. Carmel, 1995 (36) Jr.
63 – Charlie Cutler, San Francisco Lowell, 2004 (33) Jr.
63 – David Plante, Fallbrook, 2004
62 – Al McNeeley, San Diego, 1929 (36)
62 – Scott Sellner, Rancho Cordova, 1983 (38)
62 – Matt Martinez, Sacramento Grant, 1989 (45)
62 – Charlie Cutler, San Francisco Lowell, 2005 (32)
62 – Andrew Daniel, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2010 (34)
62 – Lewis Butler, San Diego Hoover, 2016 (31)
61 – Channing Willliams, Sacramento Grant, 1982 (36) Jr.
61 – Jim Henry, Auburn Placer, 1988 (39)
61 – Kevin Nulton, Lakeside El Capitan, 2000
61 – Sean O’Sullivan, El Cajon Valhalla, 2004 (Jr.)
61 – David Plante, Fallbrook, 2004
61 – Matt Moynihan, San Diego Cathedral Catholic, 2007 (Soph.)
61 – James Bowen, Maxwell, 2010 (32) Jr.
61 – Charles Middleton, Lincoln, 2017 (31)
60 – Greg Zunino, Larkspur Redwood, 1977 (37)
60 – Brian Johnson, Oakland Skyline, 1985 (28) Jr.
60 – LaRue Baber, Sacramento Grant, 1989 (45) Jr.
60 – Matt Pearl, Bakersfield Garces, 1997 (29)
60 – Adrian Gonzalez, Chula Vista Eastlake, 1999
60 – Mike Carp, Lakewood, 2004 (33)
60 – Adam Jorgenson, Westminster La Quinta, 2004 (31)
60 – Jake Sweaney, Bakersfield Garces, 2012 (33) Jr.
Note: For expanded Gold Club list that includes everyone with 57 hits or more, CLICK HERE.

Nick Madrigal of Elk Grove was one of three from his high school who made debuts in the major leagues in 2020. The other two were Dylan Carlson and Derek Hill. J.D. Davis of Elk Grove already has become an established MLB player with the New York Mets. Photo: egcitizen.com.


Most Hits (Career)
219 – Charlie Cutler, San Francisco Lowell, 2002-2005
211 – Matt Bush, San Diego Mission Bay, 2001-2004
210 – Gerald Laird, Westminster La Quinta, 1995-98
205 – Nick Noonan, San Diego Francis Parker, 2004-07
197 – J.C. Thornton, Visalia Central Valley Christian, 2007-2010
192 – Steven Perry, Maxwell, 2008-2011 (121)
190 – Tony Consentino, West Torrance, 1994-97
189 – Bubba Gomez, Fremont Christian, 2016-2019 (108)
184 – Kevin Nulton, Lakeside El Capitan, 1997-2000
184 – Brian Humphries, El Cajon Granite Hills, 2005-2008
183 – Joe Ramirez, Bakersfield Centennial, 2005-2008
182 – Mitch Einertson, Vista Rancho Buena Vista, 2001-2004
181 – R.J. Ybarra, Riverside Poly, 2009-2012
181 – Gosuke Katoh, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2010-2013 (135)
180 – Delmon Young, Camarillo, 2000-2003
180 – Andrew Rich, Easton Washington, 2006-2009
179 – Matt Dominguez, Chatsworth, 2004-2007
179 – James Bowen, Maxwell, 2008-2011 (118)
179 – J.P. Crawford, Lakewood, 2010-2013 (131)
178 – John Drennen, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2002-2005
178 – Mike Moustakas, Chatsworth, 2004-2007
177 – Jimmy Rollins, Alameda Encinal, 1993-96
176 – Josh Barber, Pine Valley Mt. Empire, 2005-2008 (94)
176 – Ryan “Rowdy” Tellez, Elk Grove, 2010-2013 (128)
175 – Kevin Nulton, Lakeside El Capitan, 1997-2000
174 – Eric Chavez, San Diego Mt. Carmel, 1993-96
173 – Jason Dominguez, Chatsworth, 2001-2004
172 – Seth Davidson, San Diego University, 1994-1997
172 – Tyler Wells, Maxwell, 2008-2011 (118)
170 – Nick Madrigal, Elk Grove, 2012-2015
169 – Tom Caple, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 1996-1999
169 – Chris Patrick, Clovis, 1997-2000
169 – Jake Palmer, El Segundo, 2014-2017
Note: For expanded Gold Club list that includes everyone with 153 career hits or more, CLICK HERE.

Most Hits (Game)
9 – Christian Hariot, Canoga Park Faith Baptist (57) vs. Los Angeles Pilgrim (0), 1999 (9×9) (5 innings) Fr.
8 – Ben Kester, Mendocino (52) vs. Leggett Valley (0), 2003 (8×9) (5 innings)

Most Hits (Inning)
4 – Oscar Miller, Mendocino (31) vs. Covelo Round Valley (4), 1995 (1st inn.) Jr.*
4 – Chris Burlison, Los Molinos (33) vs. Williams (1), 2000 (3rd inning)
*Hit for the cycle.
Note: For expanded Gold Club list that includes everyone with seven hits in a game and three hits for an inning, CLICK HERE.

Jason Kendall was a top all-around athlete at Torrance High and later played in the major leagues. Photo: Cal-Hi Sports archives.


Longest Hitting Streaks (Consecutive Games)
46 – Joe Spiers, Moreno Valley Canyon Springs, 2002-2004*
43 – Jason Kendall, Torrance, 1990-92
42 – Nick Corbin, Maxwell, 2001-2003
39 – Jared Jefferies, Atwater Buhach Colony, 2004-05
38 – Leonard Grimes, Rosamond, 2014-2015
37 – Josh Barber, Pine Valley Mt. Empire, 2006-08
35 – Eddie Salomon, Beaumont, 2009-2010
34 – Jake Sweaney, Bakersfield Garces, 2012-2013
33 – Jakob Jensen, Northridge Highland Hall, 1990-91
30 – Robbie Katzaroff, Los Alamitos, 1985-86
30 – Chris Santopadre, Vacaville, 1995**
30 – Matt Krook, San Francisco St. Ignatius, 2011-2012 (Jr.)
29 – Adrian Gonzalez, Chula Vista Eastlake, 1999
28 – Terry Rahmatulla, Irvine, 1987-88 (Jr.)
28 – Zack Dennis, Tollhouse Sierra, 2017-2018
*Played in 2003 at Temecula Valley, then in 2004 at Redlands Arrowhead Christian Academy. Streak began during sophomore year at Temecula Valley.
**Had at least one hit in every game he played during the season.

Most Consecutive Hits (Official at Bats)
18 – Kyle Skipworth, Riverside Patriot, 2008
18 – James Bowen, Maxwell, 2010 (Jr.)
17 – Mike Darr, Corona, 1993
17 – Christian Stapleton, Carmel, 2018
16 – Shane Mack, Cerritos Gahr, 1981
16 – Eloy Gonzalez, Orosi, 1990 (Jr.)
Note: For expanded Gold Club list including everyone with 11 straight hits or more plus most consecutive times reached base & most times reached base in one game, CLICK HERE.

Most Doubles (Season)
23 – Christian Carlos, Inglewood, 2005
23 – Lewis Butler, San Diego Hoover, 2016 (31)
23 – Willie De la Barcena, Los Angeles Marshall, 2012 (32) Jr.
22 – Graham Koontz, Julian, 1992 (Jr.)
22 – Gerald Laird, Westminster La Quinta, 1998 (32)
22 – Derek O’Reilly, Oakhurst Yosemite, 2005
21 – Stan Holmes, Dos Palos, 1976 (29) Jr.
21 – Matt Martinez, Sacramento Grant, 1989 (45)
21 – Daniel Jago, Oakhurst Yosemite, 2002
21 – Nick Schmidt, Simi Valley Grace Brethren, 2009 (28) Jr.
21 – Kevin Hammer, Santa Monica Pacifica Christian, 2010 (22) Soph.
21 – Sergio Noriega, San Mateo, 2016
21 – Cooper Gallion, Redondo Beach Redondo, 2015 (35) Jr.
21 – Dante Faicchio, Laguna Beach, 2017 (31)
Note: For expanded Gold Club list that includes everyone with 19 doubles in one season or more, CLICK HERE.

Dante Faicchio ripped 50 doubles in his career at Laguna Beach, which came six years after Chris Paul finished with 49 at the same school. Photo: lagunabeachindy.com.


Most Doubles (Game)
4 – William Homen, Hanford (19) vs. Kingsburg (3), 1919
4 – Alika Williams, San Diego Rancho Bernardo vs. Oceanside Mission Vista, 2017
4 – Hunter Ratekin, Bakersfield Christian (18) vs. Shafter (2), 2018
Note: These three are simply the earliest and the most recent among many, many on the all-time list who all share the state record with four. For the full Gold Club list, CLICK HERE.

Most Doubles (Career)
62 – Tyler Wells, Maxwell, 2008-2011 (118)
58 – Steven Perry, Maxwell, 2008-2011 (121)
57 – Nick Schmidt, Simi Valley Grace Brethren, 2007-2010 (109)
56 – Josh Barber, Pine Valley Mt. Empire, 2005-08 (94)
54 – Gerald Laird, Westminster La Quinta, 1995-98
54 – Nick Noonan, San Diego Francis Parker, 2004-07
53 – Graham Koonce, Julian, 1990-93 (84)
50 – Dante Faicchio, Laguna Beach, 2014-2017 (119)
49 – Chris Paul, Laguna Beach, 2008-2011 (113)
48 – Mike Schroeder, Oakhurst Yosemite, 1990-93 (88)
47 – Tony Consentino, West Torrance, 1994-97
47 – John Drennen, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2002-2005
47 – Charlie Cutler, San Francisco Lowell, 2002-2005
47 – Landon Kauk, Bakersfield Highland, 2015-2017 (83)
47 – Bubba Gomez, Fremont Christian, 2016-2019 (108)
46 – Willie De la Barcena, Los Angeles Marshall, 2012 (32) Jr.
45 – Kevin Nulton, Lakeside El Capitan, 1997-2000
45 – Adrian Gonzalez, San Diego Eastlake, 1997-2000
45 – Nick Atkins, Venice, 2014-2016 (99)
Note: For the expanded Gold Club list that includes everyone with 40 career doubles or more, CLICK HERE.

Most Triples (Season)
14 – Sammy Gonzales, Winters, 2018 (30)
13 – Paul Caffrey, Anaheim Heritage Christian, 1996 (Jr.)
12 – Garett Gentry, Victorville Victor Valley, 1998 (Jr.)
12 – Matthew Antopia, Soledad, 2010 (26)
12 – Mickey Moniak, Carlsbad La Costa Canyon, 2016

Most Triples (Game)
4 – Eddie Ivy, Merced (14) vs. Madera (7), 1956 (9 innings regulation)
4 – Sam Bozanich, Bakersfield North (27) vs. Bakersfield South (5), 1997
3 – Billy Beane, San Diego Mt. Carmel (17) vs. Encinitas San Dieguito (3), 1978 (Soph.)

Most Triples (Career)
32 – Charlie Cutler, San Francisco Lowell, 2002-2005
28 – Daryle Ward, Riverside Bethel Christian, 1990-93 (88)
27 – Emilio Luna, Chula Vista Castle Park, 2016-2019 (100)
25 – Mitchell Esser, San Diego Madison, 2008-2011 (127)
23 – Danny Rodriguez, Los Angeles Roybal, 2015-2018 (102)
20 – Errol Smith, San Diego St. Augustine, 1994-96
20 – Wyatt Mann, Pine Valley Mountain Empire, 2016-2018 (69)
Note: For expanded Gold Club lists to see everyone with 10 triples or more for one season, to see everyone with three in a game (besides Billy Beane) and everyone with at 14 in a career, CLICK HERE.

Mike Moustakas still holds state records for home runs in a season and for a career. Photo: Chatsworthbaseball.org.


Most Home Runs (Season)
24 – Mike Moustakas, Chatsworth, 2007
21 – Chris Walston, Lakeside El Capitan, 2002
21 – Matt Hobgood, Norco, 2009 (29)
20 – Chris Martinez, Canoga Park Chaminade, 1998
20 – Alberto Concepcion, El Segundo, 1999 (32)
19 – Danny Putnam, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2001
18 – Adrian Gonzalez, Chula Vista Eastlake, 1999 (30) Jr.
18 – Ismael Salas, San Diego Marian Cath., 2000 (31) Jr.
18 – Mike Stodolka, Corona Centennial, 2000 (29)
18 – Jarrett Martin, Bakersfield Centennial, 2008 (30)
17 – Brian Johnson, Oakland Skyline, 1986 (28)
17 – Leo Daigle, Spring Valley Monte Vista, 1997
17 – Delmon Young, Camarillo, 2002 (34) Jr.
17 – John Drennen, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2005 (36)
17 – Tyson Jaquez, Loyalton, 2005
17 – Alex Jackson, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2012 (Soph.)
Note: To see expanded Gold Club list with everyone at 15 homers or more, CLICK HERE.

Most Home Runs (Game)
5 – Jesse Crosswhite, Fortuna (17) vs. Miranda South Fork (7), 2000
4 – Clarence Evans, Long Beach Wilson (10) vs. Whittier (5), 1939
4 – Daryl Fazzio, Pacifica Terra Nova (37) vs. Daly City Serramonte (8), 1977
4 – John McConlogue, Vallejo St. Patrick’s (22) vs. Oakland St. Elizabeth’s (0), 1982*
4 – Cary Windes, Bellflower St. John Bosco (13) vs. Long Beach St. Anthony (4), 1985 (Soph.)
4 – Konnor Smith, Torrance (19) vs. Lawndale Leuzinger (0), 2016
* 5-Inning no-hitter by Mike Medeiros.
Note: This is just some of those with four homers in one game. To see everyone plus most home run in one day, CLICK HERE.

Most Consecutive Home Runs
6 – Albert Concepcion, El Segundo, 1999 (2 games)
5 – Jesse Crosswhite, Fortuna (17) vs. Miranda South Fork (7), 2000
4 – Clarence Evans, Long Beach Wilson (10) vs. Whittier (5), 1939
4 – Graham Koonce, Julian, 1992 (2 games) Jr.
4 – Pete Gascon, Jackson Argonaut, 1993 (2 games)
4 – Jason Amanatullah, Los Altos Hills Pinewood, 1995 (2 games)
4 – Chris Rix, La Puente Bishop Amat, 1997 (2 games) (Soph.)
4 – Grant Bohman, Van Nuys Montclair Prep, 2004 (2 games)
4 – Konnor Smith, Torrance vs. Lawndale Leuzinger (0), 2016

Well-known SoCal broadcaster Chris Rix (left) appears in the state baseball records for hitting homers in four straight at-bats and for hitting two in one inning. Photo: Twitter.com.


Most Consecutive Home Runs (Official At-Bats)
6 – Albert Concepcion, El Segundo, 1999 (2 games)
5 – Jason Amanatullah, Los Altos Hills Pinewood, 1995 (2 games, with 1 walk)
5 – Jesse Crosswhite, Fortuna, 2000 (1 gm.)

Most Consecutive Games Hitting Home Runs
6 – Chase Utley, Long Beach Poly, 1997
6 – Ryan West, Quartz Hill, 1998
6 – Mike Stodolka, Corona Centennial, 2000
5 – John Hanley, Riverside Norte Vista, 2000
5 – Jon Eubanks, Chula Vista Eastlake, 2005

Most Home Runs (Inning)
3 – Brad Degnan, Woodside (24) vs. Daly City Westmoor (6), 2013 (1st inning)
2 – Ted Williams, San Diego Hoover (13) vs. South Pasadena (1), 1936
2 – Bill Kagy, Woodlake (21) vs. Avenal (5), 1956
2 – Rick Tillery, Strathmore (27) vs. Alpaugh (5), 1963
2 – Mike Grabowski, Oakland Fremont (18) vs. Oakland McClymonds (9), 1965 (5th inning)
2 – John Hefler, Santa Ana, 1987*
2 – Julio Vargas, Santa Ana, 1987 (Soph.)*
2 – Brad Fullmer, Van Nuys Montclair Prep (23) vs. Sun Valley Village Christian (3), 1992 (Jr.)
2 – Jon Garland, Granada Hills Kennedy (20) vs. Woodland Hills Taft (0), 1996 (Jr.)
2 – Chris Rix, La Puente Bishop Amat (14) vs. Rosemead Bosco Tech, 1997 (Soph.)
2 – Kevin Miller, Long Beach Wilson (21) vs. Compton (0), 1999 (1st inning)**
2 – Chris Miller, Long Beach Wilson (21) vs. Compton (0), 1999 (1st inning)**
2 – John Jaso, McKinleyville (20) vs. Eureka St. Bernard (21), 1999 (2nd inning)
2 – Kaleb Murphy, Norwalk Excelsior Christian (21) vs. Trinity Classical (0), 2015
*Same game
**Brothers in same five-inning game.
Note: This is just a partial list of those with two homers in one inning. For the full Gold Club list, CLICK HERE.

Brad Degnan of Woodside did something in 2013 that no one has done before or since: hit three home runs in one inning. Photo: almanacnews.com.


Most Home Runs (Career)
52 – Mike Moustakas, Chatsworth, 2004-2007
47 – John Drennen, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2002-2005
47 – Alex Jackson, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2011-2014 (136)
46 – Ismael Salas, San Diego Marian Catholic, 1998-2001
45 – Eric Castro, Fallbrook, 2003-2006
43 – Trevor Howell, Pacific Grove, 1999-2002
43 – Chris Watson, Lakeside El Capitan, 1999-2002
42 – Cole Garner, Lakewood Artesia, 2000-2002 & Westminster La Quinta, 2003
41 – Matt Dominguez, Chatsworth, 2004-2007
40 – Ian Stewart, Westminster La Quinta, 2000-2003
40 – Max Stassi, Yuba City, 2006-2009
40 – Matt Hobgood, Norco, 2007-2009
39 – Brian Johnson, Oakland Skyline, 1984-86 (80)
37 – Ben Cordova, San Diego Marian Catholic, 1995-98
36 – Oscar Cabrera, Los Angeles Franklin, 1993-96
36 – Mike Stodolka, Corona Centennial, 1998-2000
36 – Anthony Hawkins, Fresno, 2009-2012
35 – Daryle Ward, Riverside Bethel Christian, 1990-93 (88)
35 – Marco Gonzalez, Chula Vista Eastlake, 1997-2000
35 – Joey Metropulos, Spring Valley Monte Vista, 1998-2001
35 – Delmon Young, Camarillo, 2000-2003
35 – Mitch Einertson, Vista Rancho Buena Vista, 2001-2004
35 – Henry Sanchez, San Diego Mission Bay, 2002-2005
Note: For the expanded Gold Club list with everyone at 30 homers or more, CLICK HERE.

Most Grand Slams (Game)
2 – David Henderson, Dos Palos (25) vs. Easton Washington (5), 1976 (Jr.)
2 – Kurt Zalar, Carmichael La Sierra (27) vs. Citrus Heights San Juan (5), 1983
2 – Tim Langdon, Fairfield Armijo (11) vs. Napa Vintage (13), 1983 (Jr.)
2 – Kody Duey, Bakersfield West (17) vs. Bakersfield Highland (20), 1983
2 – Steve Bockman, Linden (14) vs. San Andreas Calaveras (15), 1983
2 – Brian Johnson, Oakland Skyline (27) vs. Oakland Technical (2), 1985 (Jr.)
2 – Monty McDermott, Bellflower St. John Bosco (32) vs. Rosemead (2), 1986
2 – Chris Pritchett, Modesto Central Catholic (9) vs. Livingston (3), 1988
2 – Cristin Crigler, La Habra Whittier Christian (24) vs. Orange Lutheran (0), 1993
2 – Angel Gonzales, Orosi (19) vs. Woodlake (10), 1995
2 – Roddy Frier, Temecula Valley vs. Moreno Valley Rancho Verde, 1995
2 – Jon Irwin, Stockton Lincoln (12) vs. Tracy (2), 1996
2 – Mike Iribarren, Caruthers (25) vs. Bakersfield Community Chr. (2), 1996
2 – Mark Diedrich, Firebaugh (20) vs. Fresno Chr. (9), 1997
2 – Chris Wright, Newhall Hart (16) vs. Saugus (4), 1997 (Jr.)
2 – Jake Mangas, Red Bluff Mercy (21) vs. Redding Bishop Quinn (0), 1998
2 – Bobby Denson, Oakhurst Yosemite (13) vs. Kingsburg (1), 1998
2 – Adam Heether, Ripon (34) vs. Turlock Christian (0), 2000 (5 innings)
2 – Brandon Rademacher, Anaheim Fairmont Prep (25) vs. Norwalk Pioneer Baptist (0), 2003 (Jr.)
2 – Jon Shores, Stockton St. Mary’s (14) vs. Stockton Bear Creek (2), 2004
2 – Nathan Ibarra, Fillmore (14) vs. North Hollywood (10), 2009
2 – Vincent Fitzgerald, Canyon Country Canyon (17) vs. Santa Clarita Golden Valley (0), 2014
2 – Konnor Smith, Torrance (19) vs. Lawndale Leuzinger (0), 2016

Note: To check out Gold Club lists for most grand slams in an inning, most consecutive grand slams and most grand slams for a season, CLICK HERE.

Most Runs Batted in (Season)
78 – Tyler Wells, Maxwell, 2011 (29)
74 – Ethan Chapman, Upland Christian, 2008 (30)
71 – Charlie Cutler, San Francisco Lowell, 2004 (Jr.)
69 – Zach Robinson, San Diego Horizon, 2003
68 – Alberto Concepcion, El Segundo, 1998 (30) Jr.
67 – Brian Johnson, Oakland Skyline, 1985 (28) Jr.
65 – Lo Novey, Sacramento Grant, 1990 (38)
65 – Matt Dominguez, Chatsworth, 2004 (35) Fr.
65 – Matt Prouix, Upland Christian, 2008 (30)
64 – Curftis Leavitt, Acton Vasquez, 2005 (26)
64 – Brandon Ottenwalter, Maxwell, 2007 (27)
64 – Josh Barber, Pine Valley Mt. Empire, 2008 (25)
63 – Dan Loyd, San Marino, 1995 (26)
63 – Tyler Wells, Maxwell, 2010 (29) Jr.
62 – Todd Cady, La Mesa Grossmont, 1990 (31) Jr.
62 – Brad Fullmer, Van Nuys Montclair Prep, 1993 (25)
62 – Dan Loyd, San Marino, 1995
62 – Adrian Barraza, Covina Gladstone, 1997
62 – J.D. Davis, Elk Grove, 2010 (35) Jr.
61 – Ben Leuthard, San Diego Mission Bay, 1997
61 – John Cox, El Cajon Christian, 1998 (30)
61 – Ian Stewart, Westminster La Quinta, 2003 (32)
61 – James Bowen, Maxwell, 2010 (32) Jr.
61 – Bubba Gomez, Fremont Christian, 2017 (25) Soph.
60 – Freddy Carroll-Sandoval, San Diego Marian Catholic, 2000
60 – Chris Walston, Lakeside El Capitan, 2002
59 – Charlie Cutler, San Francisco Lowell, 2005 (32)
59 – Mike Moustakas, Chatsworth, 2007 (34)

St. John Bosco athletic director Monty McDermott made his mark at the school for the first time as a baseball player in 1986 when he had 14 RBI in one game, which tied a state record at the time and is still tied for the record. Photo: bosco.org.


Most Runs Batted In (Game)
14 – Charlie Magana, Fowler (47) vs. Parlier (0), 1984
14 – Monty McDermott, Bellflower St. John Bosco (32) vs. Rosemead (2), 1986
13 – Greg Canady, Emeryville Emery (27) vs. Oakland Athenian (5), 1982
13 – Julio Bautista, Canoga Park Faith Baptist (57) vs. Los Angeles Pilgrim (0), 1999 (5 inns.)
12 – Art Williams, Bakersfield (20) vs. Arvin (2), 1953*
12 – Wayne Agens, Hesperia Christian (24) vs. Victor Valley Christian (0), 1981
12 – Russ Wallace, Bakersfield North (19) vs. Sanger (3), 1990
12 – Ted Persell, La Puente Bishop Amat (39) vs. Compton Dominguez (1), 1992
12 – David Quintero, Burbank Bell-Jefferson (23) vs. Pasadena La Salle (3), 1995
12 – Jarrel McIntyre, Elk Grove Laguna Creek (25) vs. Sacramento Natomas (7), 1997 (six innings)
12 – Christian Hariot, Canoga Park Faith Baptist (57) vs. Los Angeles Pilgrim (0), 1999 (5 inns.) Fr.
12 – Jon Cox, El Cajon Christian vs. La Jolla Country Day, 1998
12 – Ben Kester, Mendocino (52) vs. Leggett Valley (0), 2003 (8×9) (5 innings)
12 – Shon Roe, Quartz Hill (25) vs. Littlerock (0), 2008 (5×5) (5 innings)
*Also pitched three-hitter, nine-inning game.

Most Runs Batted In (Inning)
8 – Jake Mangas, Red Bluff Mercy (21) vs. Redding Bishop Quinn (0), 1998 (4HR, 4HR) (1st inn.)
8 – Brad Degnan, Woodside (24) vs. Daly City Westmoor (6), 2013 (3 HRs) (1st inning)
7 – Mike Grabowski, Oakland Fremont (18) vs. Oakland McClymonds (9), 1965 (4HR, 3HR) (5th inn.)
7 – Chris Johnson, Villa Park (15) vs. Anaheim Canyon (4), 1989
7 – Jeff Ferguson, Whittier La Serna (19) vs. Santa Fe Springs Santa Fe (4), 1991
7 – Josh Zimmerman, Mt. Shasta (19) vs. Weaverville Trinity (1), 1992
7 – Thane Pilkington, Quincy (17) vs. Greenville (7), 1993
7 – David Quintero, Burbank Bellarmine-Jefferson (23) vs. Pasadena La Salle (3), 1995 (4HR, 3D) (7th inn.)
7 – Justin Martin, Coalinga vs. Cambria Coast Union, 2002 (1st inn.)
7 – Justin Anderson, Canyon Country Canyon (18) vs. Oxnard Rio Mesa (2), 2003 (7th inn.)
7 – Shon Roe, Quartz Hill (25) vs. Littlerock (0), 2008
Note: To see expanded Gold Club lists with everyone at 55 or more RBI (season), 11 or more RBI (game) plus six or more RBI (inning), CLICK HERE.

Most Runs Batted In (Career)
213 – Tyler Wells, Maxwell, 2008-2011 (118)
203 – Charlie Cutler, San Francisco Lowell, 2002-2005
203 – Bubba Gomez, Fremont Christian, 2016-2019 (108)
188 – Matt Dominguez, Chatsworth, 2004-2007
187 – Josh Barber, Pine Valley Mt. Empire, 2005-08 (94)
176 – Mike Moustakas, Chatsworth, 2004-2007
176 – Ryan “Rowdy” Tellez, Elk Grove, 2010-2013
170 – Ian Stewart, Westminster La Quinta, 2000-2003
168 – Daryle Ward, Riverside Bethel Christian, 1990-93 (88)
167 – Steven Perry, Maxwell, 2008-2011 (121)
164 – Brian Johnson, Oakland Skyline, 1984-86 (80)
163 – Dominic Smith, Gardena Serra, 2010-2013 (105)
161 – Lo Novey, Sacramento Grant, 1988-1990
161 – Erik Castro, Fallbrook, 2003-06
160 – Max Stassi, Yuba City, 2006-2009
156 – Nick Noonan, San Diego Francis Parker, 2004-07
153 – Jakob Jensen, Northridge Highland Hall, 1988-1991
151 – Ben Cordova, San Diego Marian Catholic, 1995-98
151 – Sean O’Sullivan, El Cajon Valhalla, 2002-2005
151 – James Bowen, Maxwell, 2008-2011 (118)
150 – Delmon Young, Camarillo, 2000-2003
Note: To see expanded Gold Club list with everyone at 123 career RBI or more, CLICK HERE.

Most Runs (Season)
67 – Matt Proulx, Upland Christian, 2008
65 – Greg Zunino, Larkspur Redwood, 1977 (37)
64 – Danny Putnam, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2001
63 – Steven Perry, Maxwell, 2010 (32) Jr.
62 – James Bowen, Maxwell, 2011 (29)
62 – Bubba Gomez, Fremont Christian, 2018 (30)
62 – Pablo Vargas, San Fernando Vaughn, 2018 (27)
61 – Brad Boyer, Camarillo, 2002
61 – John Drennen, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2005
60 – Willie Cabrera, Chatsworth, 2004 (35)
60 – Charlie Cutler, San Francisco Lowell, 2004 (33) Jr.
60 – Steven Perry, Maxwell, 2011 (29)
60 – Ramon Barragan, Fremont Christian, 2018 (30)
60 – Jason Harris, Colfax, 2019 (33)
59 – James Spraggins, Upland Christian, 2008
59 – Tyler Shyrock, Lancaster Desert Christian, 2010 (28)
59 – Coleman Petit, Anderson American Christian Academy, 2015 (34)
58 – Richie Johnson, San Diego, 1952 (37) Soph.
58 – James Bowen, Maxwell, 2010 (32) Jr.
58 – Steven Stockton, Stockton Brookside Christian, 2015 (28)
Note: To see expanded Gold Club with everyone at 52 runs or more for one season, CLICK HERE.

Most Runs (Game)
7 – Darren Abrams, San Diego Mt. Carmel (37) vs. Las Vegas Western (6), 1984
7 – Brian Criss, Anaheim Servite (36) vs. Downey Pius X (0), 1988
7 – Ted Persell, La Puente Bishop Amat (39) vs. Compton Dominguez (1), 1992
Note: There had been too many with six in the last printed state record book. Estimate is that six has been done more than 40 times.

Most Runs On No Official At-Bats (Game)
5 – Brock Griffin, Loyalton (28) vs. Bieber Big Valley (7), 2019 (Jr.)

Most Runs (Career)
211 – Steven Perry, Maxwell, 2008-2011 (121)
197 – Charlie Cutler, San Francisco Lowell, 2002-2005
195 – James Bowen, Maxwell, 2008-2011 (118)
190 – Matt Bush, San Diego Mission Bay, 2001-2004
188 – John Drennen, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2002-2005
185 – Bubba Gomez, Fremont Christian, 2016-2019 (108)
172 – Mike Moustakas, Chatsworth, 2004-2007
169 – Gerald Laird, Westminster La Quinta, 1995-98
169 – Gosuke Katoh, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 2010-2013 (135)
166 – Danny Putnam, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 1999-2001
163 – Tom Caple, San Diego Rancho Bernardo, 1996-1999
162 – J.P. Crawford, Lakewood, 2010-2013 (131)
158 – Delmon Young, Camarillo, 2000-2003
158 – Matt Dominguez, Chatsworth, 2004-2007
158 – Coleman Petit, Anderson American Christian Academy, 2012-2015 (115)
Note: To see expanded Gold Club list including everyone at 137 runs or more, CLICK HERE.

Most Stolen Bases (Season)
70 – Kevin Brown, Sylmar Los Angeles Lutheran, 1992
64 – Mike Rust, Covina Western Christian, 1985
60 – Denz’l Chapman, Gardena Serra, 2012 (24) Soph.
58 – Anthony Lemas, Fremont Christian, 2017 (25) Jr.
55 – Randy Bierling, Sun Valley Village Christian, 1981

Denz’l Chapman from Serra of Gardena posted stolen base records during his years for the Cavaliers (2010-2013). Photo: Mark Tennis.


Most Stolen Bases (Game)
11 – Eddie Martinez, La Verne Calvary Baptist, 1977
10 – Wayne Jayroe, Strathmore (16) vs. Reedley Immanuel (4), 1969

Most Stolen Bases (Career)
160 – Rocky Meyer, Anza Hamilton, 1992-95*
157 – Jimmy Hoffman, Anza Hamilton, 1989-1992
144 – Sharkie Hurst, Compton Centennial, 2012-2014 (90)
140 – Kevin Brown, Sylmar Los Angeles Lutheran, 1989-1992
*Approximate total.
Note: To see expanded Gold Club list including everyone with 51 steals or more in a season plus eight or more for a game and 113 for a career, CLICK HERE.

Most Consecutive Stolen Bases
93 – Bryan James, Huntington Beach Liberty Christian, 1986-89
89 – Joey Witlake, Miranda South Fork, 2012-2013
88 – Anthony Lemas, Fremont Christian, 2016-2017
71 – Mark Armendarez, Hercules, 2014-2015
65 – Steven Vogt, Visalia Central Valley Christian, 2001-2003

Most Walks (Season)
50 – Bo Dodson, Sacramento Christian Brothers, 1988 (39) Jr.
47 – Tony Padilla, Carmichael Jesuit, 1980 (31)
45 – Josh Lansford, Mountain View St. Francis, 2003
42 – Hector Montes, Chula Vista Bonita Vista, 2010
41 – Jeff Zlotnik, San Diego Patrick Henry, 1993
40 – Travis Denmark, Julian, 1990

Most Walks (Game)
6 – Brandon Arthur, Anderson (22) vs. Central Valley (6), 1993
5 – Dave Barrett, Oceanside vs. Vista, 1970

Most Walks (Career)
113 – Gerald Rucker, Sacramento Grant, 1981-84 (138)
109 – Bo Dodson, Sacramento Christian Brothers, 1987-89
104 – Gar Millay, San Diego University, 1980-83

Note: To see expanded Gold Club lists for most walks in season, game and career plus hit by pitch state records, CLICK HERE.

Mark Tennis is the co-founder and publisher of CalHiSports.com. He can be reached at markjtennis@gmail.com. Don’t forget to follow Mark on the Cal-Hi Sports Twitter handle:


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