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CITY SECTION FOOTBALL ROUNDUP : Logan Soars for San Fernando

October 22, 1994|FRANKLIN WHITE

San Fernando High quarterback Larry Logan broke Anthony Davis' 25-year-old single-game school record with 308 yards passing to lead the Tigers to a 42-28 victory over Birmingham in a Northwest Valley Conference game Friday night at Birmingham.

Davis had passed for 289 yards in 1969.

Logan, a junior making his first varsity start, completed 12 of 19 passes with four touchdowns and also ran 25 yards for another score as San Fernando (4-3, 3-1) amassed 468 yards.

Keijuan Douglas moved from quarterback to wide receiver and caught five passes--two for touchdowns--and 132 yards.

A trick play brought the Braves (3-4, 0-4) to within seven late in the game. Ten Birmingham players stood to the far left of the ball and the snap went directly to fullback Marvin Powell. Powell ran past the befuddled Tigers for a 70-yard touchdown.

Birmingham quarterback Paul Prince completed five of 10 for 182 yards and a touchdown.

Jason Howard had three catches for 137 yards.

Friday's Yardstick

Top performances by area high school football players:

(Player, School: Yards)


Larry Logan, San Fernando: 12 of 19; 308 yards

Ricardo Gamboa, Poly: 15 of 31; 253

Mike Barrett, Burroughs: 29 of 32; 237

Brian MacLean, G.Hills: 16 of 32; 202

Paul Prince, Birmingham: 5 of 10; 182



Josh Hawkins, Nordhoff: 22 carries, 269 yards

Antwane Smith, Kennedy: 34 for 251

Aaron Davis, Ventura: 11 for 237

Di-Onte Smith, Grant: 25 for 226

Dante Clay, N.Hollywood: 21 for 215


Jeff Macrea, El Cam. Real: 9 catches, 81 yards

Eric Carpenter, G.Hills: 8 for 106

J.J. Washington, Simi: 6 for 129

K.Douglas, San Fernando: 5 for 132

Colin Foutz, Camarillo: 5 for 95

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