With state passing leader Tanner Trosin of Folsom continuing to put up huge numbers, Editor Mark Tennis of Cal-Hi Sports decided to review the records for state passing leaders.
Trosin, with 4,397 passing yards heading into Friday's game at Elk Grove, is now No. 5 on the list.
Trosin needs just 10 yards to pass Casey Nielsen of Gahr of Cerritos (4,406, 2009) and 55 to move ahead of Concord's Ricky Lloyd (4,451, 2010).
Former Hart of Newhall star Kyle Boller, now with the Oakland Raiders, is No. 2 (4,838, 1998) and Pacific Palisades' David Koral is No. 1 (4,907 yards, 1999).
Tennis offered up a few other marks involving area players:
In finishing with 152 catches, state single season receiving leader Logan Smith of Vista del Lago ends with a 30-catch margin over former No. 1 Richard Mullaney of Thousand Oaks (122, 2010). Smith also is No. 3 all-time in receiving yards (1,899) for a season.
Among kickers, Grant's Charlie Vue finishes No. 3 in career points with 269 and No. 2 in kicking conversions with 217. Pleasant Grove's Marcus White is No. 9 (222) and No. 5 (189), respectively.