Author Archives: Paul Muyskens
This week’s best include a 50-point night from a freshman and some grid-hoopers doing a great job on the court. We also have big numbers from Sydelle Callahan of Thousand Oaks La Reina, Jazzlyn Johnson of Ontario, Randall Walker of Huntington Beach Edison and Keshawn Bruner of Sacramento Burbank. Note: We will collect totals from […]
Zavier Lucero from Rodriguez of Fairfield shows how to end 2016 and start 2017 with a pair of explosive games. Another of this week’s top boys listings is from a Stanford-bound senior who was MVP of a tournament. On the girls side, Shyla Latone of Chula Vista Bonita Vista again gets top billing (even above […]
After heartbreaking section playoff losses the last two seasons, including last season at Folsom, the St. Mary’s of Stockton football team was able to capture the blue banner after a dominating 56-25 win over Folsom at Sacramento State.
Riverside Norte Vista’s Eric Melesio goes past 3,300 yards rushing with another big night while Cade Henjum of Saddleback Valley Christian gets close to 5,000 yards for passing and rushing. The only problem is that Cade’s season is over. Another one of our standouts had 245 yards and four TDs receiving – in one quarter.
As you might expect, there were several huge totals from players in that 70-62 win in regulation by Murrieta Valley over Oaks Christian. The one player who tied two state records, however, was Oaks Christian’s Mycah Pittman. We also liked Tustin’s Kenneth Carr rushing for 377 yards and coming one yard short of the school […]
The host Bulldogs had not lost to a CIF Sac-Joaquin Section opponent since 2011 and had not lost in a regular season game since earlier in that same season. Two defensive touchdowns by the Dragons helped pave the way for the win.
Sophomore QB Hank Bachmeier of Murrieta Valley soars past 470-yard mark in wild-and-wacky loss to Colorado team and can be added to state record book. Also going in are Jordan Mims of Menlo-Atherton (99-yard run) and Jalen Williams from Brookside Christian of Stockton (99-yard reception).
Fourteen is the magic number for top receivers Grant Calcaterra of Santa Margarita, Xavier Marshall of Corona Centennial and Tyson Fraser of Clovis. Rancho Cotate junior Jaelen Ward, however, caught 15 and his quarterback, junior Jake Simmons, passed for 562 yards. The only problem is that Rancho Cotate lost to Analy of Sebastopol.
Racing toward the top of various leaderboards is senior QB Vincenzo Granatelli of Oak Park, who had seven TD passes and 328 yards in his first game. We also have a couple of sophomores out to strong starts, including Arcadia’s Jahlique Stephens and Sacramento Capital Christian’s D’Marcus Ross.