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1  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: NFL Night Feb 28th on: Yesterday at 04:46:12 PM
best sports illustrated cover ever

if you can get hold of one in the 48 hours you are half way to having something really valuable

my dad has one of these. got it as a kid. still in mint condition
2  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: bakersfield californian all area on: December 30, 2014, 12:09:06 PM
Liberty had a pretty good Oline as well.

*has, they will return 4 of 5 next season
3  Central Section / Central Section Football / bakersfield californian all area on: December 28, 2014, 05:41:55 PM
2014 BVarsity Player of the Year

Anthony Mariscal * Liberty

RB/DB * 6-0, 192 * senior

A workhorse running back who averaged 7.6 yards per carry to amass 1,252 yards and 19 touchdowns, the Arizona recruit was even more valuable on defense, where he scared offenses away from him and still had 74 tackles, two forced fumbles and a team-leading eight passes defended.

Offensive Player of the Year

Sheldon Croney * Ridgeview

RB * 6-1, 210 * senior

After three historic years at Garces, Croney had his best season yet, rushing for 2,269 yards (second in the Central Section, according to MaxPreps) and 31 touchdowns (tied for first), and helping the Wolf Pack to the second section championship in school history.

Defensive Player of the Year

Marcus Bruce * Bakersfield

RB/LB * 5-10, 200 * senior

One of the most versatile players in the county, Bruce makes the most impact on defense as a linebacker who racked up 120 tackles, including 5 for loss. Bruce, who has scholarship offers from San Jose State and UNLV, also ran for 1,194 yards and 15 touchdowns, caught two TD passes and even threw for one.

First-team offense

Brandon Jones * Bakersfield Christian

QB * 6-3, 200 * senior

A year after tying the Central Section record for touchdown passes, Jones had quite an encore, throwing for 3,522 yards, 36 touchdowns and 11 interceptions and leading BCHS to a share of the SSL title and to the Division III semifinals.

Gabriel Cabezuela * Wasco

RB * 5-11, 185 * senior

The transfer from rival Shafter shined in his one year as a Tiger, running for a county-leading 2,376 yards and 21 touchdowns while averaging more than 8 yards per carry. He surpassed the 200-yard mark in seven of Wasco's 11 games.

Curtis Threlkeld * North

RB * 5-11, 170 * junior

The big-play running back averaged 8.2 yards per carry and led North back to the playoffs by rushing for more than 200 yards in three games, including a 270-yard effort in a playoff win over Wasco. Threlkeld finished with 1,645 yards and 21 touchdowns.

R.J. Oliver * Bakersfield Christian

WR/TE * 6-3, 230 * senior

His receiving totals of 1,131 yards and 14 touchdowns were easily tops in the city. The tall transfer from Stockton-Brookside Christian became Brandon Jones' go-to outlet for big plays. Will play football at Yale.

Braylin Scott * Liberty

WR * 6-3, 188 * senior

Previously known more for his basketball prowess, Scott exploded onto the D-I recruiting scene with a highlight-filled season that included 37 catches for 902 yards and 9 touchdowns. His leaping ability and speed made him a tough cover for all but the very best cornerbacks.

Fred Weaver * Independence

WR * 5-11, 180 * junior

Speedy wide receiver was Jordan Wiley's favorite target in the Falcons' high-flying offense, catching 43 passes for 808 yards and 9 touchdowns. He had four games with more than 100 yards receiving, plus a 135-yard rushing day against East High.

Blake Bryant * Liberty

OL * 6-2, 276 * junior

An anchor for Liberty's offensive line, which was the backbone for one of the section's most balanced offenses: 2,227 passing yards and 2,442 rushing yards for the SWYL champions and D-I section finalists.

Ruben Guerra * Liberty

OL * 6-5, 290 * senior

A senior leader and captain for the best Patriots team in school history, Guerra was one bookend for an offensive line that sprung the likes of Anthony Mariscal, Jordan Love and Quincy Jountti.

Dylan Guillermo * Bakersfield

OL * 6-0, 255 * senior

A prototypical Drillers road-paver, Guillermo was smaller than the average lineman but faster than almost all of them. He helped a team that didn't have the luxury of a passing attack rush for 3,182 yards anyway.

Jestyn James * Ridgeview

OL * 6-1, 310 * senior

One of the emotional leaders of the Wolf Pack, James, a three-year starter, also was a physical force, paving the way for the powerful rushing attack and pitching in on defense when needed, too.

Chris Martinez * Ridgeview

OL * 5-11, 270 * senior

Another of the Wolf Pack's three-year starters on the offensive line, Martinez helped Ridgeview rush for 4,482 yards against what was easily the best schedule in school history.

Lameshio Hill * Bakersfield

Util * 5-10, 208 * senior

The rare full-time wildcat quarterback, Hill rushed for 1,151 yards and 16 touchdowns and threw for 384 yards, 5 touchdowns and no interceptions. Hill also caught six passes, the most of any Driller.

Lawrence White * Ridgeview

Util * 6-0, 165 * junior

The sparkplug for Ridgeview's offense, White threw for 1,228 yards with 14 touchdowns and just 2 interceptions, and he ran for 1,033 yards and 11 more touchdowns. Oh, and he also caught a 30-yard touchdown pass and pitched in on defense when the Wolf Pack needed an ace cornerback.

Jefferson Escobar * South

K * 5-7, 135 * junior

As consistent as they come in the kicking game. Converted four of five field goal attempts with a long of 48 yards and was successful on 94.5 percent of PATs (35 of 37).

First-team defense

Nigel Brooks * Bakersfield

DL * 6-3, 300 * senior

The spearhead of the Drillers' dynamite defense, Brooks lived in the backfield despite frequent double-teams, racking up 60 tackles, including 9 for loss, during the regular season. He has six D-I scholarship offers, including from Pac-12 schools Arizona and Colorado.

Darryl Clark * South

DL * 6-2, 200 * senior

A bruising force for the Rebels defense that gave up just 8 points per game in Southeast Yosemite League play. Had 25 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, 11 sacks and four batted passes.

Hugo Martinez * Chavez

DL * 5-11, 210 * junior

This defensive end's numbers are simply eye-popping: 135 tackles, 47 tackles for loss, 11 sacks, 5 forced fumbles. In one game vs. Taft, he had four sacks and six quarterback hurries.

Peyton Solf * Liberty

DL * 6-2, 230 * senior

One of the area's best pass-rushers, Solf blew up the backfield repeatedly for the 10-3 Patriots, accumulating 12 sacks and 9 tackles for loss among his 66 stops.

Frank Zavaleta * Ridgeview

DL * 5-11, 200 * senior

A lack of size didn't bother Zavaleta, who could power over offensive lineman or zip around them. His array of moves resulted in 7.5 sacks and 4 additional tackles for loss.

Krys Barnes * Liberty

LB * 6-2, 220 * junior

An active sideline-to-sideline linebacker, Barnes had 130 tackles -- by far the best on his team and the top total in the SWYL. Barnes, who has an early scholarship offer from Boise State, also forced five fumbles and an interception he returned 71 yards for a touchdown in a playoff game against Clovis West.

Ethan Cullifer * Stockdale

LB * 5-10, 205 * senior

Despite missing three games because of injury, Cullifer racked up 88 tackles, 6 for loss, in seven games. The returning first-team All-Area player also made an interception, forced two fumbles and recovered two fumbles.

Jaccob Lopez * Ridgeview

LB * 5-10, 215 * senior

Forced to move full-time to linebacker when Croney arrived to play running back, Lopez shined, ranking second on the team in tackles and making three interceptions, including the one that sealed a Division II section championship victory against Dinuba.

Mario Solorio * Chavez

LB * 5-11, 205 * junior

Second in the area in tackling with 153, including a whopping 44 tackles for loss, Solorio was the South Sequoia League defensive MVP and the linchpin of a defensive unit that carried the Titans to their first SSL championship.

Alex Fulmer * Bakersfield

DB * 5-7, 140 * junior

Physical safety was one of the Drillers' leading tacklers and key cogs in a run defense that keyed many of Bakersfield's nine victories with 28 forced turnovers.

Curtis Hampton * Bakersfield

DB * 5-8, 155 * senior

Twice in SWYL play, Hampton returned a fourth-quarter interception for a touchdown to seal a Drillers' victory. He made four interceptions in all to go with a 24.6-yard kickoff-return average, a rushing touchdown and a receiving touchdown.

Stavros Katsantonis * Liberty

DB * 5-10, 172 * senior

With Mariscal, he formed the area's most fearsome safety combination. Katsantonis was consistently disruptive, making 72 tackles and four interceptions, deflecting six passes, forcing a fumble and recovering two, including one he returned for a touchdown to key Liberty's huge win at Mission Viejo.

Mason Saba * Centennial

DB * 6-1, 190 * senior

One of the area's best on-ball defensive backs, Saba made two interceptions among his 10 passes defended. He also was a physical presence in the running game and was a big reason why the Golden Hawks defense rarely gave up a big play.

Tyler Watters * Golden Valley

P * 6-3, 225 * junior

An impressive quarterback, Watters was even better as a punter. He dropped 16 of his 33 kicks inside the opponent's 20-yard line and averaged 39.9 yards per punt. As a QB, Watters completed 60.9 percent of his passes for 1,574 yards, 12 touchdowns and 2 interceptions.

Second-team offense

QB: Dalton Gallis, Kern Valley (6-3, 180, sr)

QB: Jordan Love, Liberty (6-3, 170, jr)

RB: Rolando Arrona, Kennedy (6-1, 191, sr)

RB: Quincy Jountti, Liberty (5-11, 210, jr)

RB: Isaiah Sharp, Frontier (6-0, 205, sr)

WR: Zach Balfanz, Bakersfield Christian (5-8, 175, sr)

WR: Chad Gleason, Desert (5-9, 175, sr)

WR: Jachi Harrell, Golden Valley (5-9, 180, sr)

OL: Mason Grantz, Centennial (6-4, 265, sr)

OL: Lino Medrano, South (6-0, 235, sr)

OL: Blake Pierce, Frontier (6-5, 275, sr)

OL: Rocky Radcliff, Tehachapi (6-1, 210, sr)

OL: Oscar Rosette, Wasco (5-10, 300, sr)

OL: Daniel Schoene, Bakersfield (6-6, 290, soph)

Util: Andrew Hansen, Centennial (6-1, 190, sr)

Util: Ja'mar Moya, Ridgeview (5-10, 160, soph)

Util: Jordan Wiley, Independence (6-4, 190, sr)

K: Coleman Olivas, Bakersfield (5-10, 170, sr)

Second-team defense

DL: Kurtis Brown, Liberty (6-2, 250, soph)

DL: Juan Garcia, South (5-11, 170, sr)

DL: Maxx Garris, Centennial (6-2, 265, jr)

DL: Angel Garcia, Tehachapi (5-11, 245, jr)

LB: Parker Holbrook, Centennial (6-0, 170, jr)

LB: Matt Hubble, Liberty (6-0, 195, jr)

LB: Brennen Medley, Kern Valley (6-4, 185, sr)

LB: Steve Rodriguez, Chavez (6-0, 175, sr)

LB: Joe Rogers, North (5-9, 200, jr)

LB: Eddie Sanchez, Bakersfield (5-8, 170, sr)

DB: Josh Boyd, West (6-3, 175, jr)

DB: Cristion Brown, Ridgeview (5-9, 160, jr)

DB: Daylyn Jackson, Frontier (6-2, 164, jr)

DB: Chris Reyes, South (5-8, 160, sr)

DB: Jaron Stewart, Ridgeview (6-0, 155, jr)

P: Alex Galland, Liberty (6-2, 175, sr)

Honorable mention

Arvin: Derek Adams

Bakersfield: Dymon Ford, Deion Nobles, Jakell Tomlin, Robert Trujillo

Bakersfield Christian: Nathan DeJager, Stephen Figures, Tyler Lozano, Josh Mantle, Matt Smith

Boron: Laron Cherry

Burroughs: Adan Pena

California City: Daville Walker

Centennial: Matthew Clendenen, Cole Duey, Cole Hennen, Cole Nelson, Brandon Stout, Andrew Straw

Chavez: Damin Avila, John Cabico, Mike Cervantes, Eduardo Hernandez, Malcolm Jordan, Michael Nava, Alex Tapia

Delano: Cameron Dimas, Robert Rivera

Desert: Scott Bonham, Ed Escobar

East: Ben Flores

Foothill: Jaffee Ward

Frontier: Tui Atuitasi, Dominic DeMarco, Joseph Duncan, Brady Serda, Jarrod Snyder

Garces: Tanner Henderson, Cameron Roberson

Golden Valley: Juan Curiel, Omar Medellin, Nimrod Quintanilla, Dimas Reza

Highland: Carlo Balmet, Breaker Brannan, Chance Cooper, Bryan Lopez, Michael Sanchez

Independence: Ben Ochoa, Gilbert Varela, Ty Williams

Kennedy: John Estrada, Julio Galvan, Josh Lee, Eusebio Martinez, David Zepeda

Kern Valley: Zach Bushling, Braeden Grimsby, Shane Hawk, Dillon Kirby

Liberty: Sean McCullum, Jake Seaney, Colby Sheridan

Mira Monte: Carlos Picasso

North: Logan Creel, Raymond Rios, Julio Rodriguez, Nick Tuck, Steven Twiss

Ridgeview: Dayvon Johnson, Ricky Leung-Wei, Byron Mendoza, Jaleyn Prevost, Darius Smith

Shafter: Johnny Balderas

South: Isaiah Carr, Tommy Castellon, Alec Gutierrez, Aries Harris, Kahari Johnson, P.J. Jones, Devin McCord, Isaiah Mireles

Stockdale: Zach Burden, Brayden Davenport, DeAndre Henderson, Dawson Putney, Jacob Sanchez, Henry Song, Kenny Torrence, Luke Tovar

Taft: Gage Gonzales, Jamil Iakopo, Joseph Sanchez

Tehachapi: Abraham Katona, Chris Rhodes, Nick Steele, Willy Urciel, Daniel Wight

Wasco: Marcus Darden, Deonte Henderson, Caleb Morin

West: Kyzelle Franklin-Carr, Evan Quiroz, Terry Stephens
4  Everything Else / College and Pros / Re: kessler heading to nfl? on: December 28, 2014, 05:38:46 PM
kessler announced he's returning for 2015  Thumbs Up
5  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: Garces hires... on: December 23, 2014, 09:35:17 PM
  Great Hire.  Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up  Garces can now build a competitive program.


wow, seems like one intense dude. can only imagine the pre game and halftime talks.
6  Central Section / Central Section Football / Garces hires... on: December 23, 2014, 02:35:53 PM
AJ Gass, spent past 2 years as servite coach. This according to Trevor Horn of Bakersfield Californian
7  Everything Else / hsfan's Off Topic / Re: 2 NYPD Officers Ambushed on: December 21, 2014, 08:48:27 PM
WTH?  You let them get away with this in Bakersfield?  I never thought I'd live to see the day.....

Unbelievable iz. There's a video where those idiots were surrounding cars, kicking, hitting, spitting, etc, with children in the car. If that was me I promise i would've put my ccw to use.

My wife looked up who they were protesting about, apparently someone who decided to shoot at cops, then got killed, shocker. Idiots
8  Everything Else / College and Pros / Am I really rooting for the raiders today? on: December 21, 2014, 11:26:26 AM
Raiders player donates game check of almost 37k  Thumbs Up Thumbs Up
9  Everything Else / College and Pros / Kamari Cotton-Moya on: December 17, 2014, 08:31:42 AM
Named big 12 defensive freshmen of the year!  Thumbs Up Thumbs Up
10  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: ridgeview vs redlands on: December 14, 2014, 12:51:18 AM
Tays Dad did you see any of the late hits after the whistle blew? There was a crack back block that #52 and another lineman made that creamed their guy but it was fully legal. I might understand if it was not legal. But that play was legal. To whine about that one is out of touch.

no, i only saw a tiny bit of the game (from where i posted the link). i was just following along on twitter.
11  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: ridgeview vs redlands on: December 14, 2014, 12:22:05 AM
didn't see the end, only what i've read on here and from zach ewing. sad to say, that's been ridgeviews rep for a while. i felt the same way when i was coaching and we played them. when the coaching staff is throwing, excuse the language, bitch fits after the game "shaking hands", how do you expect the players to react?

from zach ewing twitter:

"Here's quote from REV coach Kurt Bruich: 'I don't want to shake their hands. we were getting cheap-shotted so bad towards the end and it wasn't going to stop. At that point, it's not going to be good for us and go over shake hands with guys who are still running their mouths. I try to teach my team to be classy, and I got a couple of their coaches apologized and said they were embarrassed. That kind of tells you in a nutshell."
12  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: ridgeview vs redlands on: December 13, 2014, 10:24:52 PM
might be icing on the cake for rev

rev 59
ridgeview 42

3:46 left
13  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: ridgeview vs redlands on: December 13, 2014, 10:19:17 PM
k, i might have to be a little late

ridgeview back within 10

rev 52
ridgeview 42

5:45 left in the game
14  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: ridgeview vs redlands on: December 13, 2014, 10:13:23 PM
quick prayer for lawrence white. paramedics now tending to him on the sideline with the stretcher out
15  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: ridgeview vs redlands on: December 13, 2014, 10:11:07 PM
i'm off to the night shift...if ya'll wanna follow along
16  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: ridgeview vs redlands on: December 13, 2014, 10:10:06 PM
not looking good with white out, now rev up 52-34 8:00 mins left in the game. rev with 28 unanswered
17  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: ridgeview vs redlands on: December 13, 2014, 10:07:26 PM
ewing says white being treated for concussion. likely done for the night
18  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: ridgeview vs redlands on: December 13, 2014, 10:01:32 PM
white sitting down on the sidelines as the kickoff is about to happen. apparently had a pretty big collision on previous drive.
19  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: ridgeview vs redlands on: December 13, 2014, 09:59:54 PM
rev goes 88 yards.

rev 45
ridgeview 34

10:45 mins in 4th
20  Central Section / Central Section Football / Re: ridgeview vs redlands on: December 13, 2014, 09:52:14 PM

43-yard touchdown for Harman on a pitch from Herrera, and REV is back in the lead, 38-34, with 3:00 left in third quarter.
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