Local Prep Football Scoreboard: Week 0

The McNair High football team outslugged Calaveras 55-48 to open both teams' seasons Friday in Stockton. (ROGER WOO/THE RECORD)

Let’s face it, what erally matters is the score. I’ve got ‘em for you.

So without any small talk, here’s your local (Stockton, San Joaquin, Mother Lode) scoreboard for Week 0:


Lincoln 34, Stagg 14

McNair 55, Calaveras 48

Sierra 54, Ripon 7

Manteca 20, Santa Clara-Wilcox 14

Franklin 37, Sacramento-Johnson 18

Chavez 40, Modesto-Gregori 36

Fair Oaks-Del Campo 36, Edison 13

Modesto-Grace Davis 16, East Union 6

Lodi 35, Amador 21

Tokay 22, Hercules 0

Oakley-Freedom 14, Tracy 6

West 20, Lathrop 7

Patterson 47, Escalon 34

Newman-Orestimba 27, Linden 13



Lincoln 1-0

Tokay 1-0

Lodi 1-0

West 1-0

St. Mary’s 0-0

Tracy 0-1


Franklin 1-0

Chavez 1-0

McNair 1-0

Bear Creek 0-0

Edison 0-1

Stagg 0-1


Sierra 1-0

Manteca 1-0

Oakdale 1-0

Central Catholic 0-0

Kimball 0-0

Weston Ranch 0-0

East Union 0-1

Lathrop 0-1


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Helmet Stickers: Prep Football Week 0

Sierra High junior Mark Paule Jr. (with ball) ran for six touchdowns in his varsity debut, a 54-7 win over Ripon on Friday. (CALIXTRO ROMIAS/The Record)

This Week 0 of prep football season had anything you could ask for. Huge matchups, upsets, offensive firepower, whirlwind coaching debuts and more.

I was at Stagg-Lincoln, which the Delta Kings made real interesting in the third quarter. Lester Williams’ two TDs brought it to 14-all before Lincoln took control and won 34-14.

Today, I begin my weekly “Helmet Stickers” blog – the ultimate kudos for area football players who shined on Friday night. Without further ado, here they are:


Yep, Williams was a grown man on Friday.

His first strike was an 87-yard (according to Black Hat Football and friends) punt return. It was just nasty, as he juked away from two tacklers and tore down the left sideline all the way to pay dirt.

Next, he leaped up and hauled in an up-for-grabs, 4th and goal from the 17 pass from quarterback Lavante Bushnell for what would be the game-tying touchdown.

MARK RUSSELL, Lincoln, Sr.

Russell was the driving force behind the Trojans’ 425-plus yard rushing attack, taking 13 carries for 134 yards and a TD, and hauling in one catch for 27 yards via quarterback Colby Dickson.

Because of his great offensive line, Russell turned any space he could into an average of over 10 yards per carry.

MARK PAULE JR., Sierra, Jr.

As our correspondent Dave Campbell wrote, Mark Paule Jr. had a wonderful introduction to varsity football.

The Timberwolves’ workhorse took 2o carries for 193 yards and SIX count ‘em, six touchdowns, in just a half of play as Sierra torched Ripon 54-7. He’s one to watch as Sierra enters into the deadly VOL.


What an introduction to varsity quarterbacking, and to the head coaching career of the Eagles’ Curtis Perkins.

Brown went 15 for 26 for 402 yards, five touchdowns and one interception as McNair outslugged Calaveras 55-48.


Hamilton’s performance should not be buried just because McNair prevailed. It was legendary.

The senior took 26 carries for 281 yards and a stunning six touchdowns on the road in Stockton.


Hamilton was Brown’s go-to guy, with eight catches for a whopping 259 yards and three touchdowns. I’ll check with both McNair and the section to see if Hamilton broke or approached some kind of single-game receiving yards record.


Davila certainly played like a confident passer, perhaps the best in the SJAA or in Stockton. He went 18 for 26 with 205 yards and three touchdowns as Chavez outslugged Modesto-Gregori 40-36 at home. He threw for over 1,900 yards and 18 touchdowns as a junior, and is well on his way back.


Housely and Davila hooked up well, as Housely had four catches for 89 yards and three touchdowns. He actually had a fourth touchdown on a kick return as well.


Wright racked up 162 yards and two touchdowns as Lodi downed Amador 35-21 on the road in Sutter Creek, according to the Lodi News Sentinel.

WESLEY DICK, Escalon, Sr.

In a 47-34 loss for the Cougars, the senior fullback Dick was phenomenal,with a beastly 32 carries for 206 yards and two TDs.

JOVAN WOOD, Franklin, Jr.

Just like Perkins at McNair, the Gregg Marsh era got off to a good start at Franklin, with a 37-18 W at Sacramento-Johnson on Saturday afternoon.

And Woods was fantastic for Franklin, with 100 rushing yards and 70 receiving yards.

HECTOR SOTO, Manteca, Sr.

Soto isn’t the biggest tailback around, but he played like a monster for a Manteca team that needed him Friday. The senior had 24 carries for 139 yards and two touchdowns, as the Buffaloes got some revenge on the Chargers for a 28-27 overtime loss in Manteca in 2013.


Ronald Walker, Lincoln, Sr.

Austin Sith, McNair, So.

Sean Buligon, Edison, Sr.

NOTE: Coaches, please enter stats on MaxPreps as soon as you can, it makes blogs and publicity like this so much easier. If you think I missed anyone who deserves some “Helmet Stickers” love, please contact me.

Finally, this “Helmet Stickers” idea is from my former colleague T.J. Holmes, who graciously let me use the same moniker for my weekly high school football awards blog.


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Calaveras County parties before — and likely after — Dillashaw’s win

As promised, Calaveras County showed up to support the local sports hero.

T.J. Dillashaw’s wife, Rebecca, said during Thursday’s media day that she wouldn’t be surprised if the whole town of Angels Camp showed up to her husband’s UFC Bantamweight title fight Saturday at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento. And she was close, as hundreds of fans from Angels Camp, Sonora and Tuolumne made the trek to Sacramento. More than 400 showed up for the pre-fight tailgate party, which was held in the arena’s north parking lot surrounded by chartered buses.

One of the organizers of the caravan was Dillashaw’s aunt, Laurie Jenkins, and she said some were disappointed about the late change from former champion Renan Barao to little-known Joe Soto. But it was not going to spoil the fun of watching him defend the world title.

“I think a lot of people are disappointed because this was a chance for T.J to prove the first time wasn’t a fluke,” Jenkins said. “But we’re here to see T.J., not root against the other fighter.”

Dillashaw said he was thrilled by the support, and that his father donated three kegs of beer to the tailgate party.

Here’s some notes and comments from UFC 177:

* Dillashaw and Soto both got what they needed from the fight. It was a tough spot for Dillashaw, who was expected to dominate but had no time to prepare for his opponent. He won every round, but needed a big finish and got it with a KO via a nasty kick to the head in the fifth round. He looked like a champ. Soto hung with the best in his division, and will undoubtedly get a nice follow-up date, probably with a Top 10 contender.

* Dillashaw’s coach Duane Ludwig, was fine with his protege’s more conservative strategy early in the fight. “We didn’t prepare for Soto, we felt him out for a little while,” Ludwig said.

* It’s shocking how fast Renan Barao’s stock has fallen since facing Dillashaw in May. He went from having a nine-year undefeated streak to getting dominated by Dillashaw, losing his belt and pulling out of Saturday’s event on Friday because he passed out while trying to cut weight. His automatic rematch is gone, he didn’t get paid, and UFC president Dana White is demanding he move up in weight or find a new nutritionist. Or both.

* There’s already plenty of talk about Dillashaw’s next opponent. After two title fights in three months, his first though should be getting a little rest. It’s unlikely he fights again this year.

* Some numbers from UFC 177: The attendance was 11,100, with a house of $700,000. White said there were 130 refunds, not bad at all after the change in the main event. Dillashaw and lightweight Yancy Medeiros, who submitted Damon Jackson in the second round, were named fighters of the night and each earned a $50,000 bonus. Medeiros trains at the Gracie Fight Center in Lodi, and he and the other four winners on the main card — Dillashaw, Diego Ferrera, Tony Ferguson and Bethe Correia — also won a new Harley Davidson motorcycle.

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Player of the Game: Mark Russell

Lincoln High football's Mark Russell (center) ran for 134 yards and a touchdown Friday in a 34-14 win over Stagg. (CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD)

Mark Russell wasn’t about to let his senior-year home opener go astray.

Stagg High football rallied to tie Russell’s Lincoln Trojans 14-all late in the third quarter. It took a miraculous play, in fact, as quarterback Lavante Bushnell hurled up a prayer for wide receiver Lester Williams, who caught a TD on that 4th-and-goal from the 17.

Russell responded, though, along with stud tailback Ronald Walker, taking in a 10-yard sweep for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter, that would be the eventual game winner.

All-in-all, Russell finished with 13 carries for 134 yards and a TD (that’s just over 10 yards per carry), with one catch for 27 yards. He’s a great energy behind this team, and although Walker and Chris Cannady also had spectacular nights, Russell is my weekly Player of the Game for our Game of the Week: Stagg at Lincoln.

Plenty of kudos should go to the Trojans’ fantastic offensive line work, because without them, sweepers like Russell and Cannady wouldn’t have the space to operate and break off big plays like they did Friday.

Russell battled through some back stiffness Friday, which put him on the medical cart on the sideline for a couple minutes, but stretched out and returned to thrive.

Congratulations, Mark, and here’s a look at some more big-time performers:



Trojans coach Brian Gray told me Walker had been battling injuries, and they’ve been easing him back in.

Yet there was nothing cautious about the way he ran Friday night.

While Russell danced around the outside with sweeps, Walker pounded the ball up the middle on hard-hitting dive runs, smartly finding his blocks and cutting when he needed to. He finished with 19 carries for 138 yards and a touchdown. Kudos to him for Friday’s show.


Cannady was kind of the third option, but a potent one for the Trojans. On just five carries, he totaled 82 yards and was the only player with two rushing touchdowns. The first came early on, on a 16-yard sweep, and the latter came on a 45-yard explosion in the fourth quarter.


Williams was heroic, even if the Delta Kings couldn’t finish off their comeback.

After Lincoln dominated the first half-and-a-bit of play, Williams scooped up a funky punt, juked two Trojan tacklers out of their cleats and sprinted down the left sideline for an 85-yards-or-so touchdown.

And that 4th-down play with Bushnell was nothing short of heroic. I mean, Williams seems to be about 5-5, and he not only went up and got the ball (That’s what 6-foot-4 receivers like Randy Moss usually do), but did it with multiple Lincoln players doing the same thing.

Williams has already done big things in his prep career, and I see more of it coming.


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Another blow for UFC

Losing your promised main event the day before the pay-per-view is not good for business.

Angels Camp Product T.J. Dillashaw was set to defend his UFC bantamweight crown against former champ Renan Barao today at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, but Barao pulled out of the bout because he because ill while trying to make weight. Now little-known Joe Soto gets a chance to fight for the title in his first UFC appearance.

The organization has had trouble with losing promised PPV fights recently, but this one really hurts. Dillashaw is the draw in Sacramento, but this is bound to hurt the PPV buys.

And now Soto gets a chance to be a star. He has an excellent 15-2 record built in smaller organization, and has not seen anyone like Dillashaw before.

What looked like an intriguing rematch is now going to be a homecoming celebration for Dillashaw.

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Football Friday Predictions: Week 0


Lincoln High junior quarterback Colby Dickson and the Trojans host Stagg at 7:30 p.m. at Alex G. Spanos Stadium. (PHOTO COURTESY OF HUDL)

Predicting football is a funny thing.

When you’ve studied the teams, players, coaches and tendencies of an area for years, you get comfortable, and you get arrogant enough to pick the score. And, if you really know your stuff, you’re often right.

So when I do predictions for prep football Week 0 now, it’ s with some hesitation. Heck, I haven’t even been here for three weeks yet.

But it’s all part of the fun.

One thing that’ s different this week, though, is I won’t predict the score like I will most of the year. I need to see at least a week or two of how teams look, how their offenses function and which way I should lean.

So without further ado, here are my Week 0 predictions.

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SIERRA over Ripon

These are two returning Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV playoff teams, and according to my friends over at the Manteca Bulletin, it’s a bit of a rivalry renewed.

Even though Sierra loses quarterback Jake Pruitt – our top all-area QB from a year ago and a MaxPreps all-state selection – it’s got the numbers and the talent to win a close one over the Indians.

Senior wide receiver Hunter Johnson is a force, and got named to the second-team Cal-Hi Sports Preseason all-SJSCIF team. He had 12 touchdowns a year ago. And, just from the eye test, the Timberwolves have good numbers and a very big line to pave the way for offensive production.


Yes, McNair is a much larger school, but coach Curtis Perkins is just beginning to turn the program around. It takes time to build a winning foundation, which Calaveras has in place.

The Redskins, though a D-IV team from San Andreas, are coming off a 9-3 record overall and return Connor Hamilton. This guy is 1,000 yards rushing and 100 tackles in the making, judging from his junior stats.

This should be a thrilling game, but I like the proven small school over the upstart large school here, even on the road in north Stockton.

EDISON over Fair Oaks-Del Campo

The Vikings had a resurgent 2013, going 7-4, and you can bet seniors in quarterback Sean Buligon and tailback and linebacker Ja’ Quan Williams are hungry to prove themselves.

Fair Oaks was a Sacramento-area power, but has tailed off and went 3-7 in 2013.

It won’t be easy for Edison, but they prevail at home.

MANTECA over Santa Clara-Wilcox

Yes, Manteca loses a ton of talent from its section championship season and NorCal bowl run. Tailback Alex Laurel, quarterback Joe Menzel, lineman Billy Sharmoug, they’re “gone all gone” as the dad from “A Christmas Story” would say.

But the Buffaloes will be eager to avenge last year’s 28-27 OT loss at home to Wilcox, and are hungry to prove to the area and the section that 2013 was not an aberration.

Plus, Wilcox loses all of its major playmakers from a year ago. Manteca wins in an upset, and a thriller.

And finally…

LINCOLN over Stagg

Besides the massive crowds and anticipation for this game, I think the product itself will live up to its billing.

Stagg could easily win this game. Let me say that first.

I just think Lincoln at home, with its experienced, massive and athletic lines (Stagg has those too, but Lincoln’s got the slight edge) with a revamped passing attack, does just enough to win. Maybe, 27-24 or so.

I cannot wait for this game, to see how the Delta Kings look after a 10-2, No. 2 seed in D-I season, and how the Trojans try and right the ship after coach Brian Gray’s first losing season.

7:30 p.m. is kickoff. Let’s get there already.



WEST over Lathrop

TOKAY over Hercules

ESCALON over Patterson

LODI over Amador


TRACY over Oakley-Freedom

FRANKLIN over Sacramento-Johnson


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Notes and Thoughts from Sac-Joaquin Section media day

Yesterday was a great morning in Lodi. There was a new Sac-Joaquin Section commissioner to greet, a tasty sandwich lunch, a media briefing and discussion on playoff changes and more.

My story on Garrison and some important notes ran today, but in case you missed that, here’s a bit more on what’s going on with the SJSCIF.

  • Criss-Crossed Date: The section volleyball championships are usually on a Thursday at UC Davis, but the school’s gym was not available this year, so instead they’re Friday, Nov. 21. Unfortunately, that’s the same day as the football semifinals for Div. IV-VII and the quarterfinals for Div. I-III. Hopefully there’s not a conflict for our coverage, but it could make like difficult for several sports media amembers.
  • More Rain, More Problems: The section pulled in over $100,000 more in net income for football in 2013-14 than in 2012-13 because of a drier fall season, the section’s media director Will DeBoard said. Makes sense to me – casual fans are scared off by a little water.
  • March Madness Incarnate: The football playoff brackets will no longer be seeded by number of wins, but by a playoff committee which DeBoard will play a large part in, he said. This is more like college basketball’s March Madness procedure, with a bit of “eye test,” weighing in costs of travel and trying to avoid league matchups. As our friend Joe Davidson from The Sacramento Bee aptly pointed out, this could help avoid a powerhouse like Loomis-Del Oro, which plays a brutal schedule, from dropping down to a 16 seed in D-I.
  • Football Tiebreakers: If it comes down to it for a final couple of playoff spots, with teams with the same record, strength of schedule will be heavily considered: based on opponents’ wins. Last year, Modesto-Gregori and Sacramento-El Camino were 6-4 and left out of the playoffs, DeBoard said.


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Back in ’05: Stagg-Lincoln matchup a long time coming

Lincoln High tailback Curtis Shaw terrorized Stagg in their 2005 matchup. (THE RECORD FILE PHOTO)

Some of the Stagg and Lincoln High football players described their 7:30 p.m. Friday matchup as an underrated rivalry.

That’s a little peculiar, considering it’s been nine years since they last played.

The Delta Kings and Trojans played twice in the MaxPreps era, in 2004 and ’05.

Maybe, because of the incredible buzz surrounding Friday’s opening game, it’s generated what these new players feel is a rivalry atmosphere. I’ve certainly gotten that sense, and considering nearly 5,000 students combined go to those two schools, Spanos Stadium should be rocking tomorrow night.

For now, here’s a look at their last two matchups:

LINCOLN 48, STAGG 6 (Nov. 4, 2005)

Trojans quarterback Nicolas Ruhl threw for 191 yards and three touchdowns, and Curtis Shaw, who ended up at the University of Washington, rushed 20 times for 248 yards and three TDs. Overall, Lincoln outgained Stagg 576 to 149.

Delta Kings quarterback Zuri Nance threw for a five-yard TD to Benjamin Aramburo.

LINCOLN 39, STAGG 0 (Oct. 22, 2004)

Lincoln senior Billy Smith ran for 145 yards and three touchdowns, and the defense had four sacks and two interceptions. Ruhl hooked up with Pete Boggs for a four-yard TD pass.


While this brief, long-ago picture paints Lincoln as dominating Stagg, this year’s matchup could be anyone’s guess.

The Trojans bring back more experience, but last year, the Delta Kings went 10-2 and earned the No. 2 seed in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I playoffs. Lincoln snuck in at 4-7 overall (because of its 4-1 league record), but was rocked by No. 1 Folsom and record-setting quarterback Jake Browning.


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Storylines Abound: Prep Football Week 0

Manteca High football could have an opening classic against Wilcox on Friday. (CRAIG SANDERS/THE RECORD)

If you’re tired of the chatter about Stagg-Lincoln football, then I’m sure I’ve been annoying to you on this blog and on Twitter @RecordPreps this week.

The good news is, there are several other fantastic storylines for Week 0, and matchups that pit rivals, playoff teams and new adversaries against one another.

Here’s a brief look at some “non-Stagg-Lincoln” storylines for football’s opening week.


Manteca heads to Santa Clara-Wilcox this Friday, the matchup which was originally slated to open Levi’s Stadium’s “Friday Night Lights” showcase.

Even though this is not on an NFL field, if last year was any indication, this could be a doozy.

Wilcox edged Manteca 28-27 in overtime in Manteca. But after that, the Buffaloes won a Sac-Joaquin Section Division III championship and appeared in the NorCal D-II bowl game. Friday is the debut of junior quarterback Dakarai Charles, and a new-look array of leaders for the Buffaloes.


Sierra and Ripon High football don’t have much in common, except for being programs on the rise in each other’s back yards and in the D-IV playoff bracket last season.

The Timberwolves return wide reciever Hunter Johnson, named a Cal-Hi Sports first-team offense pick for its Preseason Sac-Joaquin Section team. The Indians hope to build upon a trip to the D-IV quarterfinals a year ago. The two square off in Ripon at 7 p.m. Friday.


Edison High quarterback Sean Buligon says his team has one goal in mind: to get their year up on the brick wall that looks over their field.

That wall has the years of their league championships, and the last was 1977. Edison hopes to shock the section and win the San Joaquin Athletic Association this year, and opens with a home game against Del Campo Friday at 7:15 p.m.

Look for senior tailback Ja’ Quan Williams to do some damage in this one.


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Cal-Hi Sports places locals on Preseason all-Sac-Joaquin Section squad

Tokay wide receiver L.J. Reed is one of several locals on the Cal-Hi Sports preseason all-section team. (PHOTO FROM LODI NEWS-SENTINEL)

All that really matters is kickoff Friday, and the season thereafter.

However, you can’t help but appreciate the statewide recognition some local football players are getting.

Cal-Hi Sports has been releasing its preseason lists throughout the past couple weeks, and unveiled its Sac-Joaquin Section squad Wednesday evening.

Here’s a look at the locals from Stockton, Tracy, Manteca and Lodi who made it:


WR – L.J. Reed (Tokay, Sr.)

Reed, a 6-foot-3, 215-pound UCLA commit, should make Tokay’s TCAL run fascinating beginning with an Oct. 10 game against Tracy. This guy is the real deal.

OL – Tristen Taylor (Stagg, Sr.)

Taylor, at 6-foot-7, 310 pounds, has offers from Idaho and Eastern Washington, and I think he’ll get even better ones. His height is exactly what D-I scouts want these days.


RB/KR – Nate Jones (Tracy, Sr.)

Jones has phenomenal speed, and not only rushed for 1,174 yards and 19 touchdowns a year ago, but was the SJSCIF 100-meter dash champion.

WR/KR – Lester Williams (Stagg, Sr.)

Williams had 14 TD receptions and over 900 receiving yards as a junior, and should light it up in his prep swan song.


LB – Khalil Hodge (St. Mary’s, Sr.)

Hodge, who had 102 tackles and a pick as a junior, already has an offer from Sacramento State and hopes to lead a resurgent Rams defense.

WR – Hunter Johnson (Sierra, Sr.)

Johnson was quietly a star for the Timberwolves in the Valley Oak League, with 12 TD catches in 2013.

DE/TE – Jordan McMiller (Lincoln, Sr.)

McMiller is a senior leader on a stacked defensive line.


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