Tuesday, December 18, 2012

OC Register Names Mission Viejo's Max Redfield Defensive Player of the Year

by Jeff Fisher
Editor-in-Chief
High School Football America
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California Helmet Project

Max Redfield of Mission Viejo has been named the Orange County Register's Defensive Player of the Year.

OCVarsity's Dan Albano reports that Redfield, who has reportedly narrowed his college choices to USC and Notre Dame, had 65 tackles, forced two fumbles, recovered four fumbles, picked-off four passes and block four punts.







LA Times Names 2012 Top High School Football Offense Players


by Jeff Fisher
Editor-in-Chief
High School Football America
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Eric Sondheimer of the LA Times has announced his 2012 Player of the Year Award to go along with his Offensive Back and Offensive Lineman of the Year awards.

The LA Times' Player of the Year is Mater Dei's Thomas Duarte, who had a great season on both sides of the ball. Sondheimer reports that Duarte 15 touchdown passes as a wide receiver, while picking-off three passes with 10 sacks from his linebacker position.

Narbonne quarterback Troy Williams, who played the final games of his senior season with a separated shoulder led the Gauchos to an undefeated regular season and City Section Division I championship while passing for nearly 2,900 yards and 39 TDs.  Williams is headed to the University of Washington.


The Times' Offensive Lineman is Cameron Hunt of Corona Centennial.  


   

Sunday, December 16, 2012

De La Salle Wins 4th Straight CIF Open Division Title


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by Jeff Fisher
Editor-in-Chief
High School Football America
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You can't beat the De La Salle by turning the ball over and making mistakes.  And, that's what Corona Centennial did in Saturday night's CIF Open Division championship game between the two.

Corona Centennial put the ball on the ground seven times, losing three fumbles in a 48-24 loss to the Spartans, who won their fourth straight Open Division title.  The Huskies were also penalized 12 times in the game.

Despite a 28-7 halftime deficit, the Huskies did try to make a game of it in the second half, but could only get within 14 points.

PE.com reports that the Huskies still put-up some impressive offensive numbers in the game, which closed-out a record-setting year for the offense.



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