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Leaderboard Legends & O.C. stat leaders (10-24-16)

STAFF WRITER

Some teams hand out game balls or helmet stickers on Mondays during the football season.

At OCVarsity.com, we select Leaderboard Legends.

Every team in the county can nominate a player (or players) for this weekly honor. (To find out more about the award, click here.)

The O.C. stat leaders are below, and here are this week's Leaderboard Legends:

RUNNING BACKS

Dillon Keefe, El Modena

Keefe and the Vanguards (7-1 overall) have had as good a month of October as any team in Orange County, reeling off four straight wins since their lone loss to Villa Park in late September. El Modena’s senior captain ran for 269 yards and four touchdowns last Thursday night in a 34-20 win over an improved El Dorado team to open North Hills League play. Keefe accounted for 221 yards and three touchdowns in the second half, scoring on runs of 29, 23 and 70 yards.

Raymond Serna, Anaheim

The senior running back was plenty busy Friday night in a 38-27 win over Savanna, carrying the ball 41 times for 277 yards and four touchdowns. Serna racked up season-highs in all three statistical categories, and he helped Anaheim grab its second Orange League victory.

QUARTERBACKS

Griffin O’Connor, Edison

The junior quarterback was nothing short of perfect in the first half against Marina last week, completing all 13 of his passes for 298 yards and five touchdowns. Edison built a 45-0 lead at the half, and went on to win 52-14.

Nathan Arrington, Katella

The Knights scored 56 points in the first half of their 70-40 win against Santa Ana Valley. Arrington completed 16 of 20 passes for 338 yards and three touchdowns – all season-highs for the junior.

WIDE RECEIVERS

David Atencio, McCade Barrett and E.J. Ginnis, Edison

All three Chargers wideouts hauled in 100-plus yards receiving, and they accounted for six total touchdowns in a lopsided win over Marina. Ginnis (107 yards) grabbed three touchdown passes, Atencio (116 yards) had two scores and Barrett (100) pulled in one. It was the first time in Edison history three wide receivers had 100-plus yards receiving in a game.

ORANGE COUNTY'S LEADERS 
(Through Week 8 games) 

O.C. RUSHING LEADERS 

1. KC Carr, Tustin: 2,000 yards
2. Jordan Leonard, Brethren Christian: 1,382 yards 
3. Steven Hernandez, Los Amigos: 1,360 yards 
4. Cole Kinder, Newport Harbor: 1,358 yards
5. Josh Avila, Westminster: 1,191 yards
6. Alex Jung, Sunny Hills: 1,189 yards
7. Connor McBride, Woodbridge: 1,092 yards
8. Justin Osborn, Whittier Christian: 1,048 yards 
9. Edgar Galindo, Los Amigos: 1,021 yards
10. Brandon Castelo, Sunny Hills: 1,019 yards
11. Chris Hernandez, Santa Ana Valley: 984 yards 
12. Raymond Serna, Anaheim: 929 yards 
13. Francisco Pineda, Katella: 928 yards
14. Cade Henjum, Saddleback Valley Christian: 908 yards
15. Ben Jefferson, Pacifica: 904 yards
16. Dillon Keefe, El Modena: 869 yards
17. Alonzo Pineda, Kennedy: 865 yards
18. John Stamos, Villa Park: 861 yards
19. Noah Rivera, Brea Olinda: 833 yards
20. Raul Balderas, Pacifica: 825 yards

O.C. PASSING LEADERS

1. Quinn Commans, Whittier Christian: 3,434 yards
2. JT Daniels, Mater Dei: 2,755 yards
3. Cooper Jones, El Toro: 2,489 yards
4. Kevin Brown, Capistrano Valley: 2,314 yards
5. Chase Garbers, Corona del Mar: 2,218 yards
6. Cade Henjum, Saddleback Valley Christian: 2,216 yards
7. George Krantz, St. Margaret’s: 2,003 yards
8. Nick Sipe, Villa Park: 1,958 yards
9. Matthew McDonald, Mission Viejo: 1,949 yards
10. Tyler Lytle, Servite: 1,877 yards
11. Deshaun Harvey, Buena Park: 1,699 yards
12. Joey Gutierrez, Brethren Christian: 1,682 yards
13. Blake Culbert, Rancho Alamitos: 1,637 yards
14. Corey Cisowski, Dana Hills: 1,629 yards
15. Griffin O’Connor, Edison: 1,612 yards
16. Matthew Robinson, JSerra: 1,520 yards
17. Luke Wilson, Yorba Linda: 1,514
18. Ben Jefferson, Pacifica: 1,502 yards
19. Alex Ashcraft, Cypress: 1,459 yards
20. Tommy Germain, Trabuco Hills: 1,357 yards

O.C. RECEIVING LEADERS

1. Cade McGee, Whittier Christian: 1,041 yards
2. Austin Derrico, El Toro: 1,009 yards
3. Nico Albertini, Whittier Christian: 828 yards
4. Tae Le, Corona del Mar: 794 yards
5. Justin Osborn, Whittier Christian: 759 yards
6. Auston Locke, St. Margaret’s: 745 yards
7. Cayden McCluskey, San Juan Hills: 726 yards
8. Grant Calcaterra, Santa Margarita: 722 yards
9. Tyler Jones, Aliso Niguel: 697 yards
10. Osiris St. Brown, Mater Dei: 694 yards
11. Austin Osborne, Mission Viejo: 678 yards
12. Noah Aguilar, El Toro: 675 yards
T13. E.J. Ginnis, Edison: 665 yards
T13. Jack De Avila, Saddleback Valley Christian: 665 yards
15. Ryder Lynch, Dana Hills: 649 yards
16. Jacob Huff, San Juan Hills: 642 yards
17. Delon Hurt, Servite: 638 yards
18. Amon-Ra St. Brown, Mater Dei: 637 yards
19. Isayah Anderson, Westminster: 625 yards
20. Victor Bates, Buena Park: 601 yards

*Coaches are asked to keep their team's stats updated in the OCVarsity system so that their players appear in the O.C. leaderboards. These leaderboards reflect the information in the system as of Monday at 4 p.m. 


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