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Prep SCOREBOARD : All-Time Playoff Attendance

1. Anaheim-Downey: 1956

Coliseum: 41,383

2. Anaheim-Mater Dei: 1966

Anaheim Stadium: 33,374

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3. Mater Dei-Eisenhower: 1991

Anaheim Stadium: 33,204

4. Bishop Amat-Lakewood: 1970

Coliseum: 31,012

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5. St. Paul-Colton: 1981

Anaheim Stadium: 29,728

Single-Season Passing Leaders

With 257 passing yards Friday night, Mater Dei’s Billy Blanton set an all-time Orange County record.

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1. Billy Blanton: Mater Dei

1991: 3,545

2. David Lowery: Trabuco Hills

1988: 3,325

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3. Scott Stark: Capistrano Valley

1985: 3,153

4. Shane Foley: Newport Harbor

1984: 3,092

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Single-Season Rushing Leaders

With big performances Friday night, Laguna Hills’ Dave Webber and Southern California Christian’s Mike Jacot became the sixth and seventh Orange County players to surpass 2,000 for a season.

1. Derek Brown: Servite

1988: 2,301

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2. Kerwin Bell: Edison

1979: 2,226

3. Ray Pallares: Valencia

1985: 2,085

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4. Dana Riddle: Rancho Alamitos

1989: 2,082

5. Dave Webber: Laguna Hills

1991: 2,048

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6. Mark Ortega: Whittier Christian

1984: 2,044

7. Mike Jacot: S. California Christian

1991: 2,037

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NOTEWORTHY

Valencia quarterback Marc O’Brien, who passed for an average of 100 yards in the Tigers’ first 13 games, passed for 226 yards and a touchdown in the Tigers’ 27-7 victory over Tustin in the Division VI title game.

ODDS AND ENDS

Trivia Question: Three quarterbacks who led their teams into Southern Section football championship games began their prep careers at Mater Dei High School. Name them.

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Answer: Billy Blanton, Mater Dei; Tim Carey, Los Alamitos; Justin Vedder, Laguna Hills.


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