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Central Grizzlies QB Trent Tompkins broke a bunch of passing records.

The All time passing Yardage & TD Record for a career in the Central Section
No 1 Sam Metcalf, Farmersville Aztecs, 11,924 yards (142 TD passes) (2011-2014)
No 2 Trent Tompkins, Central Grizzlies, 11,743 yards (138 TD passes) (3 Year Record)
No 3 Alec Trujillo Memorial Panthers, 11,509 yards (115 TD passes)
No 4 Nathan Lamb Tulare Union Tribe, 11,337 yards (123 TD passes)

 

Central Section for TOTAL Touchdowns scored for a Quarterback in a season
NEW RECORD set by TRENT TOMPKINS
No 1 Trent Tompkins Central Grizzlies (72) 65 TD passes, scored 7 TD’s
No 2 Alex Aguilar, Shafter Generals (66) 44 TD passes, scored 21 TD’s and pick 6
No 3 Jaedyn Pineda, Mt Whitney Pioneers (64) 54 TP passes and scored 10 TD’s
No 4 Brandon Jones, Bakersfield Christian Eagles (62) 54 TD passes, scored 8 TD’s (2013)

 

 

Regular season All Time Central Section passing record (10 games)
NEW RECORD set by TRENT TOMPKINS
No 1 Trent Tompkins, Central 3,438 yards
No 2 Martin Urroz, Minarets Mustangs, 3,313 yards
No 3 Nathan Lamb, Tulare Union Tribe, 3,263 yards
No 4 Emmauuel Lewis, Tulare Union 3,249 yards
No 5 Derek Carr, Bakersfield Christian, 3,175 yards
No 6 Sam Metcalf, Farmersville, 3,021 yards
No 7 Brandon Jones, Bakersfield Christian, 2,946 yards
No 8 Alec Trujillo, Memorial Panthers, 2,861 yards
No 9 Alex Aguilar, Shafter Generals, 2,627 yards
No 10 Brandon Wingle, Bakersfield Christian, 2,839 yards

 

 

Regular season All Time Central Section TD pass record (10 games)
NEW RECORD set by TRENT TOMPKINS
No 1 Trent Tompkins, Central 47
No 1 Sam Metcalf, Farmersville, 44
No 2 Brandon Jones, Bakersfield Christian 42
No 3 Nathan Lamb, Tulare Union Tribe, 40
No 4 Colt Nelson, Madera, 38
No 5 Jaedyn Pineda, Mt Whitney 36
No 6 Alex Aguilar, Shafter, 33
No 7 Derek Carr, Bakersfield Christian, 32

 

 

All Time Central Section Yards passing record in a season
NEW RECORD set by TRENT TOMPKINS
No 1 Trent Tompkins, Central, 5,001 yards
No 2 Brandon Wingle, Bakersfield Christian, 4,379 yards
No 3 Brandon Jones, Bakersfield Christian, 4,365 yards
No 4 Emmanuel Lewis, Tulare Union, 4,187 yards
No 5 Nathan Lamb, Tulare Union, 4,520 yards
No 6 Alec Trujillo, Memorial Panthers, 4,091 yards
No 7 Derek Carr, Bakersfield Christian, 4,067 yards

 

 

All Time Central Section TD passing record in a season
NEW RECORD set by TRENT TOMPKINS
No 1 TRENT TOMPKINS 65
No 2 Jaedyn Pineda, Mt Whitney 54
No 2 Brandon Jones, Bakersfield Christian, 54
No 2 Sam Metcalf, Farmersville, 54
No 2 Nathan Lamb, Tulare Union 54
No 3 Emmanuel Lewis, Tulare Union, 50
No 4 Alec Trujillo, Memorial, 49
No 5 Derek Carr, Bakersfield Christian, 46
No 6 Brandon Wingle Bakersfield Christian, 44
No 7 Colt Nelson, Madera, 43

 

 

**Top Valley Passers 2018
No 1 Trent Tompkins, Central Grizzlies, 5,001 yards, 65 TD’s
No 2 Nathan Lamb, Tulare Union Tribe, 4,520 yards, 54 TD’s
No 3 Alec Trujillo, Memorial Panthers, 4,091 yards, 49 TD’s
No 4 Jaedyn Pineda, Mt Whitney Pioneers, 3,845 yards, 54 TD’s
No 5 Alex Aguilar, Shafter Generals, 3,400 yards, 44 TD’s
No 6 Martin Urroz, Minarets Mustangs, 3,313 yards, 31 TD’s
No 7 Colt Nelson, Madera Coyotes, 3,092 yards, 45 TD’s
No 8 Damian Hernandez, Woodlake Tigers, 3,036 yards, 32 TD’s
No 9 Hector Nava, Porterville Panthers, 2,756 yards, 23 TD’s
No 10 James Rodriguez, Parlier Panthers, 2,542 yards, 23 TD’s

 

 

**Top Valley Rushing Leaders
No 1 Tyreak Walker, Kennedy Thunderbirds, 2,207 yards, 29 TD’s
No 2 Wyatt Roth, Liberty Madera Hawks 2,119 yards, 35 TD’s
No 3 Marcus Fulcher, Bullard Knights, 1,978 Yards, 26 TD’s
No 4 Sam Stewart Jr. Liberty Patriots, 1,971 yards, 21 TD’s
No 5 Ryan Hunt, Clovis East T Wolves, 1,908 yards, 18 TD’s
No 6 Chris Puga, Caruthers Blue Raiders 1,832 yards, 36 TD’s
No 7 Alonso Acevedo, Strathmore Spartans, 1,799 yards 32 TD’s
No 8 Tyson Ellis, Minarets Mustangs, 1,783 yards, 17 TD’s
No 9 Adan Solis, Righetti High Warriors, 1,782 yards, 20 TD’s
No 10 Tairyn Johnson, Tulare Western Mustangs 1,746 yards, 32 TD’s
No 11 Aidan Galvan, Monache Marauders, 1,719 yards, 26 TD’s
No 12 Christian Alvarez, Woodlake Tigers, 1,666, 18 TD’s
No 13 Mckinley Lee III, Edison Tigers, 1,610, yards, 18 TD’s
No 14 Chris Romero, North Stars, 1,597 yards, 24 TD’s
No 15 Jerry Huerta, Orosi Cardinals, 1,451 yards, 17 TD’s

 

 

**Top Valley Receivers
No 1 Preston Conti, Minarets Mustangs 1,586 yards, 67 Receptions, 20 TD’s
No 2 Jeremiah Hunter, Central Grizzlies, 1,534 yards, 94 Receptions, 28 TD’s
No 3 Darius Baker, Tulare Union Tribe 1,455 yards, 88 Receptions, 24 TD’s
No 4 Jalen McMillan, Memorial Panthers, 1,379 yards, 71 Receptions, 19 TD’s
No 5 Jackson Sanchez, Shafter Generals 1,333 yards, 78 Receptions, 15 TD’s
No 6 Willie James, Tulare Union Tribe, 1,308 yards, 93 Receptions, 14 TD’s
No 7 Reef Dove, Clovis Cougars, 1,249 yards, 75 Receptions, 15 TD’s
No 8 Josh Kelly, Memorial Panthers, 1,100 yards, 55 Receptions, 17 TD’s
No 9 Mathew Sanchez, Clovis Cougars, 1,080 yards, 49 Receptions, 9 TD’s
No 10 Mac Dalena, Memorial Panthers, 1,045 yards, 55 Receptions, 15 TD’s
No 11 Zack Redman, Minarets Mustangs, 1,021 yards, 57 Receptions, 8 TD’s
No 12 Ryan Walker, Kern Valley Broncs, 925, 53 Receptions, 9 TD’s
No 13 Ivan Sanchez, Parlier Panthers, 883 yards, 56 Receptions, 10 TD’s
No 14 Joshua jj Espinoza, Madera Coyotes, 981 yards, 68 Receptions, 15 TD’s

 

 

**Top Valley Touchdown Leaders
No 1 Wyatt Roth, Liberty Madera Hawks 37
No 2 Chris Puga, Caruthers Blue Raiders 36
No 3 Alonso Acevedo, Strathmore Spartans 34
No 4 Tairyn Johnson, Tulare Western Mustangs 32
No 4 Tyreak Walker, Kennedy Thunderbirds 32
No 5 Jaalen Rening, CVC Cavaliers 30
No 6 Aidan Galvan, Monache Marauders 29
No 7 Jeremiah Hunter, Central Grizzlies 28
No 8 Chris Romero, North Stars 27
No 8 Kendall Milton, Buchanan Bears 27
No 9 Marcus Fulcher, Bullard Knights 25
No 10 Adan Solis, Righetti High Warriors 24
No 11 Yoncanni Sandoval, Strathmore Spartans 23
No 11 Sam Stewart jr, Liberty Patriots 23
No 11 Mario Reynosa, Orange Cove Titans 23
No 11 Preston Conti, Minarets Mustangs 23
No 11 Victor Rojas, Woodlake Tigers 23

 

 

**Top Valley Tackle leaders
No 1 Salvador Garcia. Monache Marauders 215
No 2 Matthew Bayaca, Highland Scots 177
No 3 Nathan Jackson, Highland Scots, 166
No 4 Elijah Castro, Arroyo Grande Eagles 142
No 5 Tate Eenigenburg Bakersfield Christian Eagles 140
No 6 William Kloster, Lemoore Tigers 133
No 6 Tyler Mello, Hanford Bullpups, 133
No 7 Nathan Garcia, Paso Robles, 132
No 8 Pierce Jones, Sanger Apaches 130
No 9 Tyler Wright, Kerman Lions, 129
No 10 Jake Levato, Bullard Knights 128
No 10 Hunter Weimer, Monache Marauders 128
No 11 Mark Martinez, Paso Robles Bearcats, 125

 

 

**Top Valley Sack Leaders
No 1 James Johnson, North Stars 18.5
No 2 Jonathan Jennings, Centennial Golden Hawks 16
No 2 Isaac Franco, Caruthers Blue Raiders, 16
No 3 Ben Yurosek, Bakersfield Christian Eagles 15.5
No 4 Tito Enciso, Kennedy Thunderbirds 14
No 4 Rashad Wilson, Sierra Pacific Golden Bears 14
No 4 Tyler Mello, Hanford Bullpups 14
No 4 Ramiro Correa, Firebaugh Eagles 14
No 5 Adam Romero, Woodlake Tigers, 13
No 6 Caleb Thomas, Righetti High Warriors 12
No 6 Josh Sanchez, Dinuba Emperors, 12
No 7 Damian Mireles, North Stars, 11
No 8 Skyler Smith, Boron Bobcats 10.5
No 9 Jacob Torres, Mt Whitney Pioneers 10
No 9 Chad Lincoln. San Luis Obispo Tigers 10
No 10 Brandon Ortiz, Firebaugh Aztecs 9.5

 

 

Top Valley Interception leaders
No 1 Josh Kelly, Memorial Panthers 10
No 2 Hector Magana, Woodlake Tigers 9
No 2 Mark Mayhugh, Bishop Union Broncos 9
No 3 Osvaldo Ibarra, Strathmore Spartans 8
No 3 Eduardo Fausto Ramos III, Porterville Panthers 8
No 3 Jordan Burrell, Tulare Western Mustangs 8
No 4 Maison Wright, Stockdale Mustangs 7
No 4 Austin Sanchez, Avenal Buccaneers 7
No 5 Shannon Ferguson, North Stars 6
No 5 Nicolas Lopez, Garces Rams 6
No 5 Jake Steels, Righetti High Warriors 6
No 5 Alfredo Ocejo, Orange Cove Titans 6
No 5 Mac Dalena, Memorial Panthers 5
No 6 Holden Eames, Yosemite Badgers 5
No 6 Jake Prudek, Caruthers Blue Raiders 5
No 6 Julian Sandoval, Coalinga Horned Toads 5
No 6 Benjamin Rodriguez, Porterville Panthers 5
No 6 Myran Randle, Bakersfield Christian Eagles 5
No 6 Sebastian Angulo, Arroyo Grande Eagles 5
No 6 Jeshua Gutierrez Firebaugh Eagles 5
No 6 Tyler Miller, Liberty Madera Hawks 5
No 6 Zack Redman, Minarets Mustangs 5
No 6 Chris Thompson, Ridgeview Wolf Pack 5

 

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LEAGUE CHAMPIONS!

CENTRAL SEQUOIA-3 way tie with CVC, Kingsburg and Dinuba.

CMAC– Memorial Panthers are the champions for the first time in school history

EAST SEQUOIA-Woodlake Tigers are the Champions

EAST YOSEMITE-Tulare Union Tribe

HIGH DESERT-California City Ravens

MOUNTAIN-St Joseph Knights

NORTH SEQUOIA-Liberty Madera Hawks

NORTH YOSEMITE-Roosevelt Rough Riders

OCEAN-Nipomo Titans

SOUTH SEQUOIA-Shafter Generals

SOUTH YOSEMITE-Bakersfield Christian Eagles

SOUTHEAST YOSEMITE-East Blades

SOUTHWEST YOSEMITE-Liberty Patriots

TRAC-Central Grizzlies

WEST SEQUOIA-Caruthers Blue Raiders

WEST SIERRA-Firebaugh Eagles

WEST YOSEMITE-Hanford Bullpups

 

2018 final scores from Championship Friday & State Playoffs
Valley Champion Division 1 Central Grizzlies 58 Liberty Patriots 34
State Playoffs Division 1-A Folsom beat Central 84-46

Division 2-Tulare Union Tribe 45 Righetti High Warriors 30
State Playoffs Division 2-A Memorial beat Tulare Union 69-25

Division 3-San Joaquin Memorial Panthers 48 Bakersfield Christian Eagles 7
State Playoffs Division 2-A Memorial beat Tulare Union 69-25
Division 2-A State Championship Memorial Panthers vs Lawndale Cardinals

Division 4-Central Valley Christian Cavaliers 49 Golden West Trailblazers 14
State Playoffs Division 4-AA CVC 28 Morse 14
Division 4-AA State Championship Pleasant Valley (Chico) beat CVC 43-14

Division 5-Kennedy Thunderbirds 30 Shafter Generals 28
State Playoffs Division 4-AA Garfield 42 Kennedy 10

Division 6 Strathmore Spartans 42 Sierra Pacific Golden Bears 12
State Playoffs Division 6-AA Strathmore 28 Adelanto 7
State Championship Hilmar vs Strathmore

 

PAG METER TOP 30 2018 FOOTBALL RANKINGS

FINAL 2018 RANKINGS
No 1 CENTRAL GRIZZLIES (13-1) (5-0 TRAC CHAMPIONS) VALLEY CHAMPIONS
The Grizzlies are the Back to Back Valley Champions!
Lost to Folsom 84-46 in the Nor Cal Division 1-A championship. Trent Tompkins went 29-48 for 482 yards, with 5 TD passes. For the year Trent finished with 5,001 yards passing with 65 TD passes, rushed for 1,001 yards, scored 7 TD’s

 

 

 

No 2 MEMORIAL PANTHERS (14-0) (5-0 CMAC CHAMPIONS) DIVISION 3 CHAMPIONS
The Panthers are Back to Back Division 3 Section Champions
Beat Tulare Union Tribe 69-25 in the Division 2-A Nor Cal Championship.  Alec Trujillo went 25-37 for 435 yards and 6 TD passes.  Josh Kelly caught 6 footballs for 173 yards and scored 2 TD passes and intercepted 2 passes. 

 

 

 

 

No 3 LIBERTY PATRIOTS (12-2) (5-0 SWYL CHAMPIONS)
Lost to Central 58-34. Had the lead at the half 27-25 but ran out of gas in the 2nd half. Sammy Stewart rushed for 98 yards on 23 carries, and scored on a 25-yard TD run. Hector Gonzalez threw 2 TD passes.

 

 

 

 

 

No 4 BUCHANAN BEARS (10-3) (4-1 TRAC)
Lost to Liberty 24-23. Kendall Milton, rushed for 194 yards and scored on a 80-yard TD run. The most dangerous player in the valley with the football is Jalen Cropper (future Bulldog) and he only touched the ball one time with a 93 yard kickoff for a TD.

 

 
No 5 BAKERSFIELD DRILLERS (9-4) (4-1 SWYL)
Lost to Central Grizzlies 46-34. Wesley Wilson rushed for 83 yards and scored 3 TD’s. QB Cam Williams rushed for 93 yards and scored on a 34-yard TD run.

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 6 CVC CAVALIERS (12-3) (4-1 TRI-CSL CHAMPIONS)
The Cavaliers are the Division 4 Champions
Lost to Pleasant Valley 43-14 in the Division 4-AA State Championship. Jaalen Rening scored on a 10-yard TD run. Eric Dragt hit Grant Highstreet on a 23-yard TD pass.

 

 

 

 

No 7 BAKERSFIELD CHRISTIAN EAGLES (9-4) (5-0 SYL CHAMPIONS)
Lost to Memorial 48-7. Keonte Glinton caught a 38-yard TD pass from Jacob Maran to make the score 7-0 and then it was all Panthers.

 

 

 

 

No 8 CLOVIS COUGARS (7-5) (2-3 TRAC)
Lost to Liberty Patriots 42-20. The Cougars just can’t hang with the Patriots. Jake Sanders threw 2 TD passes in the 4th quarter to Reef Dove (48 yards) And Matt Sanchez (96 yards)

 

 

 
No 9 BULLARD KNIGHTS (5-7) (3-2 CMAC)
Lost to Bakersfield Drillers 51-25. The Turnovers killed the Knights chances early. Marcus Fulcher rushed for 151 yards, scored 2 TD’s and ends the year with 1,938 rushing yards with 25 TD’s.

 

 

 

 

No 10 ST JOSEPH KNIGHTS (8-3) (4-0 Mountain CHAMPIONS)
Lost to Bullard Knights 45-28. QB Chase Artopoeus threw for 359 yards on 19-32 and 3 TD passes. and the Knights had one heck of a year. Should be in division 2 in 2019.

 

 

 

 

No 11 TULARE UNION TRIBE (13-1) (5-0 EYL CHAMPIONS) DIVISION 2 CHAMPIONS
The Tribe are Back to Back Division 2 Section Champions
Lost to Memorial 69-25 in the Division 2-A Nor Cal Championship.  Nate Lamb went 24-40 for 367 yards with 3 TD passes. 

 

 

 

No 12 RIGHETTI HIGH WARRIORS (10-3) (3-1 Mountain)
Lost to Tulare Union Tribe 45-30. The Warriors had one heck of a year playing in the central section of the first time. Brandon Giddings scored 2 TD’s. Adan Solis rushed for 78 yards and scored a TD.

 

 

 

 

No 13 ARROYO GRANDE EAGLES (8-4) (2-2 Mountain)
Lost to Buchanan Bears 48-17. The Bears speed was way too much for the Eagles. The leader in the club house for Pag Meter Kicker of the year, Colton Theaker nailed a 52-yard Field Goal.

 

 

 

 

No 14 EDISON TIGERS (6-6) (3-2 CMAC)
Lost to Central Grizzlies 42-21. The Tigers played the No 1 team tough. Tory Horton caught a 14-yard TD pass from Jamison Silva, Amos Scott scored on a 10-yard TD run and McKinley Lee III scored on a 22-yard TD run.

 
No 15 DINUBA EMPERORS (9-3) (4-1 TRI-CSL CHAMPIONS)
Lost to Tulare Union 44-37. The Emperors had the lead but couldn’t hold it. Josh Magana threw 2 TD passes including a 90-yarder to Brian Campbell 90.

 

 
No 16 KINGSBURG VIKINGS (10-3) (4-1 TRI-CSL CHAMPIONS)
Lost to Bakersfield Christian Eagles 28-7. The Vikings offense didn’t show up with 6 turnovers.

 

 

 

 

No 17 STOCKDALE MUSTANGS (7-6) (2-3 SWYL)
Lost to Righetti High Warriors 21-0. Evan Burkhart rushed for 69 yards on 17 carries and was 13-31 for 196 yards passing.

 

 

 

 

 

No 18 TULARE WESTERN MUSTANGS (9-2) (4-1 EYL)
Lost to Stockdale Mustangs 16-15. Tairyn Johnson rushed for 169 yards on 20 carries and on the year TJ finished his junior year rushing for 1,746 and scored 32 TD’s.

 

 

 

No 19 KENNEDY THUNDERBIRDS (13-2) (5-1 SSL)
The Thunderbirds are the Division 5 Section Champions
Lost to Garfield 42-10 in the Division 4-A state southern section championship. 

 

 

 

 

No 20 HANFORD BULLPUPS (8-4) (5-0 WYL CHAMPIONS)
Lost to Dinuba Emperors 41-14. The WYL Champions had one heck of a year and watch out for 2019 because plenty return including QB Juaron Watts-Brown who threw for 1,000 yards and rushed for almost 1,000 yards.

 

 

 

 

 

No 21 SANGER APACHES (7-4) (3-2 CMAC)
Lost to Arroyo Grande Eagles 59-10. Pierce Jones rushed for 76 yards.

 

 

 

 

 

No 22 SHAFTER GENERALS (12-1) (6-0 SSL CHAMPIONS)
Lost to Kennedy 30-28. Alex Aguilar threw 2 TD passes and Jackson Sanchez scored on a 90-yard fumble return. The Generals come up short but had a great year.
No 23 PORTERVILLE PANTHERS (8-3) (3-2 EYL)
Lost to Wasco 20-7. 6 big turnovers and the Panthers go down. Soph QB Hector Nava, had one heck of a year throwing for 2,756 yards and 23 TD passes. 

 

 

 

No 24 GOLDEN WEST TRAILBLAZERS (7-6) (3-2 WYL)
Lost to CVC Cavaliers 49-14. Michael Wessel rushed for 80 yards, Lonnie Wessel, rushed for 67 yards, scored a TD and Christian Ortiz rushed for 127 yards, scored a TD.

 

 

 

No 25 CENTENNIAL GOLDEN HAWKS (6-5) (2-3 SWYL)
Lost to Clovis Cougars 49-14. This was not a good matchup for the G Hawks

 
No 26 CLOVIS WEST GOLDEN EAGLES (2-9) (2-3)
Lost to Buchanan Bears 31-0 George Petrissans ERA ends and the Golden Eagles will find out that Coach P was one heck of a coach. Nick Saban couldn’t have won with this team.

 

 

 

 

No 27 CLOVIS EAST T WOLVES (4-7) (1-4 TRAC)
Lost to Bakersfield Drillers 55-31. Senior Ryan Hunt had a fantastic year rushing for 1,908 yards and scored 18 TD’s.

 

 

 

 

No 28 MT WHITNEY PIONEERS (8-5) (3-2 WYL)
Lost to Memorial Panthers 68-34. Jaedyn Pineda finished his outstanding career going 23-45 for for 469 yards and 5 TD’s.

 

 

 

 

No 29 MADERA COYOTES (6-6) (1-4 CMAC)
Lost to Mt Whitney Pioneers 36-29. The Coyotes had a 15 point lead but couldn’t hold it. Colt Nelson went 22-34 for 337 yards and 3 TD passes. JJ Espinoza caught 10 football for 150 yards and scored 3 TD passes (7, 41 & 23 Yards)

 

 

 

No 30 STRATHMORE SPARTANS (13-1) (5-1 ESL) DIVISION 6 CHAMPIONS
The Spartans are the Division 6 Champions
Beat Adelanto 28-7. The defending state Champions Spartans took a 21-0 lead and never looked back. Alonso Acevedo rushed for 117 yards and scored a TD.. The Spartans are the 3-peat Section Champions and the defending State Champions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 thoughts

  1. I see that you don’t ever give Josh Kelly much props even though he was probably the best player in the CMAC this year. Leads the CMAC in interceptions, punt return yards and touchdowns, second in receiving yards and third in receiving touchdowns. Is it because he left Bullard? Just questions but I think he deserves a little more recognition from the great Pagmeter!

    1. I get zero info from Memorial. Most of the other schools send me info. It has nothing to do with leaving Bullard. I deal with 120 schools and each school has 10 plus sports…Most schools help me out with stats

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