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High school football: Orange County’s Week 7 leaders and top performers

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The top performances from the Orange County high school football games in Week 7.

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WEEK 7 LEADERS

Passing yards

Elijah Brown, Mater Dei                     312

Rocky Palacio, Portola                       298

Jackson Kollock, Laguna Beach        275

Jeremiah Finaly, Crean Lutheran       274

Sergio Torres, Santa Ana                   245

Anthony Luna, Western                      244

Cash O’Byrne, Tesoro                        243

John Gazzaniga, Santa Margarita      227

Nicholas Miali, Foothill                        212

Jacob Perry, Trabuco Hills                  209

Rudy Alcala, Troy                               194

Zack Rodriguez, Loara                       173

Nate Bento, El Dorado                       167

Austin Shepard, Beckman                  165

Aidan Houston, Cypress                     163

Brady Edmunds, Huntington Beach    160

Matthew Peters, Calvary Chapel         154

Ethan Nguyễn, Bolsa Grande              141

Landon Martin, Sonora                        139

Noah Puertas, Esperanza                   131

Tommy Acosta, Capistrano Valley       121

Sam Thomson, Edison                        117

Rushing yards

Julius Gillick, Edison                        312

Aiden Rubin, San Clemente            271

Nathan Aceves, Brea Olinda            204

Tommy Acosta, Capistrano Valley    204

Matthew Peters, Calvary Chapel     165

Nate Bento, El Dorado                     151

Ardwon Morris, Orange                    151

Jesse Mauldin, Cypress                   150

Charles Hughes, Santa Ana             146

Jake Martinez, Whittier Christian      146

Travis Wood, Tesoro                         146

J.P. Murray, El Dorado                      135

G. Ramirez-Flores, Santa Ana         135

Brandon Figueroa, Irvine                  113

David Nguyễn, Bolsa Grande           111

Nathaniel Frazier, Mater Dei             103

Ethan Nguyễn, Bolsa Grande           100

Makhi, Czaykowski, Beckman           90

Aaron Mitchell, Foothill                      84

Daniel Sonnenberg, Edison              84

John Gazzaniga, Santa Margarita    82

Anthony Abad, Sonora                      81

Austin Shepard, Beckman                 75

Jeremy Rosero, Loara                       70

Receiving yards

Kamran Jahromi, Portola              197

Cristian Ramos, Santa Ana           142

Ryan Luce, Trabuco Hills              117

O. Morales Hyder, Sonora             116

Wesley Lundell, Orange                103

Marcus Brown, Mater Dei                90

Vander Ploog, Troy                          85

Jack Junker, Santa Margarita          83

K. Dixon-Wyatt, Mater Dei               82

Musashi Ray, Huntington Beach      79

Trent Mosley, Santa Margarita         77

Davis Gurski, Portola                       76

C. Schamel, Tesoro                          74

Jack Zerkel, Foothill                         73

Lance Guerrero, Tesoro                   71

D. Kai Healey, Troy                          69

Gavin Ghahyasi, Calvary Chapel     68

Ben Byszewski, Crean Lutheran      68

Total tackles

Noah Sulick, Santa Margarita            14

Luke Anderson, Santa Margarita       13

Dalton Hurd, Tesoro                           12

Maxwell Mapstone, Portola                12

Nathan Nieves, Calvary Chapel         11

Waldon Castrejon, Calvary Chapel    10

Hoi Hansen, Edison                            10

Carter Jones, Crean Lutheran            10

Landen Woodson, Capistrano Valley  10

Jackson Sievers, Capistrano Valley    10

Caleb Quiroz, Troy                              10

Cooper Walsh, Dana Hills                   10

Eddie Zarate, Bolsa Grande                10

 

 

 

 

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