These aren’t as simple as just looking at MaxPreps. This is due to several CIF sections around the state that don’t end the regular season on the same week as the others (mainly Central Coast, North Coast and Northern). In fact, San Francisco and Oakland still have one week to go but there are no players involved that would effect any of the lists. Plus, there are other players who didn’t play last week due to first-round playoff section byes.
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After doing all of the subtraction on some players from the MaxPreps leaders (those that did have playoff games last week), here are the leaders in each of the categories in which state records are maintained (number of games played listed in parentheses):
Most Yards Passing
3,465 – Tanner Wilson, Fresno Sunnyside (10) Soph.
3,372 – Anders Lundsberg, Anaheim Canyon (10)
3,295 – Marino Fragata, Sacramento Johnson (9) Jr.
3,123 – Myles Jackson, Long Beach Millikan (9) Jr.
2,998 – Anthony Mahaffey, Placentia El Dorado (10)
2,960 – Luke Baker, Danville San Ramon Valley (10) Jr.
2,924 – Cavin Ross, Lompoc (10)
Most Touchdown Passes
46 – Anders Lundsberg, Anaheim Canyon (10)
45 – Marino Fragata, Sacramento Johnson (9) Jr.
41 – Myles Jackson, Long Beach Millikan (9) Jr.
40 – Tanner Wilson, Fresno Sunnyside (10) Soph.
39 – Cavin Ross, Lompoc (10)
Most Yards Rushing
2,235 – Delon Thompson, Ventura St. Bonaventure (10)
2,170 – Eric Terrazes, Baldwin Park Sierra Vista (10)
2,164 – Andrew Camarillo, Orosi (10)
Most Touchdowns Scored
36 – Beau Bruins, Riverside Ramona (10)
32 – Aaron Ramirez, Thermal Coachella Valley (8) Soph.
32 – Blake Nichelson, Manteca (9)
31 – Arthur Draeger, Galt Liberty Ranch (10)
29 – Troy Leigber, Laguna Hills) 10)
29 – Delon Thompson, Ventura St. Bonaventure (10)
Notes: Aaron Ramirez played for Coachella Valley last week in CIFSS playoff loss, but stats not reported. He is shown with 32 TDs in eight regular season games and then didn’t play in team’s final two regular season games. Jasiah Bateman of Antelope also is on the MaxPreps list with 33 TDs, but that’s TD passes not TDs scored.
Most Touchdown Catches
22 – Jackson Harris, Berkeley (10)
20 – Jeremiah Castillo, Spring Valley Mt. Miguel (10) Jr.
20 – Kayvon Monfared, Anaheim Canyon (10)
Note: Harris had 20 entering his final regular season game last week and caught two for the Yellowjackets in their 49-8 win over Irvington of Fremont. Castillo and Monfared were done the week before.
Most Receiving Yards
1,459 – Xavier Jordan, Los Angeles Cathedral (10) Jr.
1,427 – Jackson Harris, Berkeley (10)
1,313 – Tiger Bachmeier, Murrieta Murrieta Valley (10)
86 – Cooper Hoch, Newport Beach Corona del Mar (10)
84 – Jeremiah Bernard, Modesto Christian (10) Jr.
83 – C.J. Jones, Fresno Sunnyside (10) Soph.
82 – Tiger Bachmeier, Murrieta Murrieta Valley (10)
80 – Drew Faulkner, Anaheim Western (9)
Notes: Hoch only had one catch in his team’s first playoff game in the CIFSS D3 bracket, but the good news for him is that Corona del Mar won and is still going. Bachmeier had 15 catches in his team’s 70-49 CIFSS D2 playoff loss to Bishop Amat and ended the season with 97.