Week Zero's "Stars Of Friday Night"
Daniel Cannon
Daniel Cannon
Publisher/GoldenStatePreps.com
Posted Sep 5, 2007


Week zero occurred this past weekend and several Golden State standouts had fine performances in their first contests of the year. Here are this week's "Stars of Friday Night," GoldenStatePreps.com's weekly look at the California high school football standouts...

Fontana A.B. Miller quarterback A.J. Springer produced 383 yards in total offense. Springer had 17 carries for 131 yards (touchdown runs of 1-yard and 26-yards) and completed 15-of-19 passes for 252 yards (touchdown passes of 22 yards and 42 yards) in the Rebels 35-18 win over Palm Springs.

Santa Margarita running back Carlo Audgonotti, rushed for 212 yards on 24 carries in the Eagles 15-14 loss to St. Bonaventure. John Michael Davis had 20 tackles, a pass deflection and a fumble recovery as well for the Eagles.

San Francisco Riordan safety/receiver Daniel Cannon had 11 tackles and an interception in a 21-14 loss to Archbishop Murphy of Everett, Wash. Cannon added two receptions for 66 yards, one being a 41-yard touchdown.

St. Bonaventure quarterback Tony Macarena finished with 185 yards passing on 14-of-22 attempts, ran a touchdown in and threw a 39-yard touchdown pass to Blayne Lewis with 37 seconds left to help the Seraphs rally to beat the Eagles.

Palos Verdes Estates Chadwick quarterback Andy Magee was 20-for-30 for 230 yards passing and five touchdowns and 40 yards rushing in the Dolphins 61-34 rout of Inglewood Animo.

Dana Hills quarterback Sean Schroeder was 18-for-22 passing for 188 yards and a touchdown pass against a stout Orange Lutheran defense in a losing effort.

Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos quarterback Richard Brehaut led the Grizzlies on a game-winning drive in the final 1:51 of the game. Brehaut took them 69-yards, scoring on a 32-yard keeper for a 41-38 victory over Bishop Amat. He finished the evening 15-of-19 passing for 188 yards and a touchdown, and also rushed eight times for 56 yards and a score.

Westlake Village Oaks Christian quarterback Chris Potter made his first start behind center for the Lions and led them to a 49-14 rout of Lompoc. Potter was 5-of-9 passing for 103 yards and two touchdowns and ran in three more touchdowns to lead the Lions to their 47th straight win

Corona Centennial running back Ryan Bass rushed for 213 yards on 24 carries and scored three touchdowns in their win over Compton Dominguez.

Oceanside El Camino receiver Nelson Rosario caught six passes for 144 yards and scored an 85-yard touchdown.

Venice had big days from its big three, running back Curtis McNeal (115 yards rushing on eight attempts and two touchdowns), receiver Jerry Johnson (six receptions for 144 yards and two touchdowns) and quarterback Richard Ragland (206 yards passing, four touchdowns) in a 41-14 victory over San Fernando.

Mission Viejo quarterback Allan Bridgford passed for 282 yards and two touchdowns, none bigger than his go-ahead score to Kevin Chandler with two minutes left to lead the Diablos to a thrilling 26-22 win over Cincinnati Moeller in the Kirk Herbstreit Challenge. Chandler finished with seven catches for 140 yards.

Fresno (Calif.) Edison junior receiver Rolando Jefferson added two more touchdowns in their 26-0 win over Bakersfield North, a week after scoring three touchdowns against Madera. Cliff Harris took a punt back for a score for the second straight week for the Tigers.

Clovis West linebacker Travis Brown totaled 15 tackles in a stingy defensive performance by the Golden Eagles, who shut out Bakersfield Liberty 9-0

San Jose Archbishop Mitty beat crosstown rival Pioneer, 30-21, thanks to the legs of Thomas Reynolds (20 carries and 180 yards) and Kennith Jackson (11 carries for 147 yards) and the duo combined for four touchdowns.

Placentia Valencia running back Wes Fletcher ran for 195 yards and two touchdowns, including a 39-yarder late in the game for the go-ahead score in the Tigers 32-29 win over Brea-Olinda.

Morro Bay quarterback/kicker Logan Budd was 8-for-13 passing for 161 yards and two touchdowns, ran for 101 yards on eight carries and a score and kicked a 35-yard field goal in a 38-7 win over Reedley Immanuel. Budd also kicked six of his seven kickoffs into the endzone, averaged 43 yards a punt and was 5-for-5 on PATs.

How to submit a "Star of Friday Night
You can submit players for our weekly "Stars Of Friday Night" feature, which will be published following each weekend's games. Simply send publisher Brandon Huffman an e-mail to brandonh@scout.com, and include "Stars of Friday Night" in the subject field. Then include the final score of the game (and both teams), as well as the stats of the player being submitted. We'll consider all division's and all sections, but they must be from varsity contests. Good luck to all of the Golden State football players!


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