Mannion’s 582 passing yards a NorCal record

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Foothill quarterback Sean Mannion’s 582 yards passing against James Logan on Saturday is a Northern California record and the sixth most yards a California high school player has EVER thrown for in a single game. The previous NorCal record was set last week Downey-Modesto’s Jason Lee (548). Lee’s record came after the previous record (546) by Steve Woodward of Tamalpais stood for 43 years.

Oregon State is getting a good one. Amazing. Simply amazing.

He finished 27-for-40 and threw five touchdowns as well.

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EDIT: I reviewed the game film to verify the record, and ended up giving him one more yard than was previously reported. WR Cameron Rowland caught 15 passes for 340.


Bishop O’Dowd earns top seed in NorCal playoffs

The Bishop O’Dowd High School girls volleyball team, by virtue of storming through the North Coast Section Division III playoffs, earned the No. 1 seed in the CIF NorCal playoffs, which start on Tuesday.
The Dragons will play the winner of the play-in game between Skyline, the winner of the Oakland Section, and Foothill-Palo Cedro, the runner-up in the Northern Section.
If the Dragons get past the first round, they will play the winner of the St. Mary’s-Stockton at Valley Christian-San Jose match. Bishop O’Dowd has already beaten St. Mary’s, and has beaten Sacred Heart Cathedral in three games. SHC, which earned the No. 2 seed, beat Valley Christian in three games in the Central Coast Section finals.
In Division I, Amador Valley earned the No. 4 seed, and will host Menlo-Atherton. A win would give the Dons a shot at top-seed Oak Ridge. Using the transitive property (sort of), Bishop O’Dowd beat Oak Ridge this year.
Granada, runner-up to Amador Valley, will face CCS champ Salinas.
Salesian came back from down 2-0 to beat Marin Catholic in the NCS Division IV final, and doing so earned the Pride the No. 2 seed. They’ll face Notre Dame-Salinas, which lost to Sacred Heart Prep in the CCS finals.
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