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PREP FOOTBALL '97: SOUTH COAST LEAGUE

Facts And Figures

September 09, 1997

The 10-Year Record

A survey of the performance of South Coast League teams from 1985-96 in league, nonleague and Southern Section playoff games:

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LEAGUE GAMES Yrs W L T Pct Ch Mater Dei 5 23 2 0 .920 5 Capistrano Valley 10 34 15 1 .690 2 Trabuco Hills 3 9 6 0 .600 0 Mission Viejo 10 29 21 0 .580 3 El Toro 7 17 17 1 .500 0 Irvine 5 11 14 0 .440 1 San Clemente 10 13 36 1 .270 1 Dana Hills 10 12 37 1 .250 0

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Ch denotes league championships, including co-championships

NONLEAGUE GAMES

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vs. division or higher 54 16 2 .764 vs. lower divisions 116 76 4 .602 vs. non-Section 20 10 0 .667 Totals 190 102 6 .648

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Records are for all league teams against opposition in same or higher divisions, in lower divisions, and non-Southern Section teams

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PLAYOFFS Yrs W L Pct Ch Mater Dei 5 13 3 .813 2 Irvine 2 4 1 .800 1 El Toro 4 9 3 .750 1 Dana Hills 2 3 2 .600 0 Capistrano Valley 8 8 7 .533 1 Mission Viejo 7 8 7 .533 0 Trabuco Hills 2 2 2 .500 0 San Clemente 2 1 2 .333 0 Totals 48 27 .640 5

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Ch denotes section championships

1996 in Review

Mater Dei's 17-10 victory over Los Angeles Loyola in the Southern Section Division I championship game gave the Monarchs their second section title in three seasons. Mater Dei coasted into the final, outscoring its first three playoff opponents, 124-48.

The Monarchs did it with balance throughout the season. The offense featured two 1,000-yard rushers, Mike McNair and James Farley, and quarterback Nick Stremick passed for 2,376 yards and 27 touchdowns. The defense gave up fewer than nine points per game during the regular season.

Mater Dei also featured the county's top player, Rod Perry. He caught 78 passes for 1,493 yards, scored 19 touchdowns and intercepted five passes.

Capistrano Valley played Mater Dei tough and Malaefou MacKenzie, who rushed for 1,320 yards and 17 touchdowns last season, scored on an 80-yard run to make it close. But Mater Dei prevailed in the regular-season finale and league-title game, 20-15.

Capistrano Valley lost to Loyola, 17-14, in the second round after defeating Long Beach Wilson, 23-17, in the first.

Tom Lindow (1,740 yards passing, 15 touchdowns) and Chris Lewis (1,238 yards rushing, 11 touchdowns) helped Trabuco Hills finish third before losing to Bellflower St. John Bosco, 13-12, in the first round of the playoffs.

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League Standings W L T Mater Dei 5 0 0 Capistrano Valley 4 1 0 Trabuco Hills 3 2 0 San Clemente 2 3 0 Mission Viejo 1 4 0 Dana Hills 0 5 0

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Overall Standings W L T TP PA Mater Dei 14 0 0 515 145 Capistrano Valley 8 4 0 328 191 Trabuco Hills 6 5 0 213 228 San Clemente 5 5 0 331 219 Mission Viejo 4 6 0 218 232 Dana Hills 3 7 0 187 305

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Leaders

Statistics include regular-season games only

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PASSING Att Cp TD Yds Hayward, San Clemente 268 187 21 2,515 Moherman, Cap Valley 192 120 12 1,638 Stremick, Mater Dei 164 92 17 1,522 Lindow, Trabuco Hills 196 92 13 1,502 Fitch, Mission Viejo 132 66 7 881 A. Kaufman, Dana Hills 104 54 4 687

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RUSHING Att Yds Avg Lewis, Trabuco Hills 181 1,235 6.8 MacKenzie, Cap Valley 142 1,147 8.1 Davis, San Clemente 202 1,021 5.1 McNair, Mater Dei 120 895 7.5 Peraza, Dana Hills 159 844 5.3 Farley, Mater Dei 114 772 6.8 Chavis, Mission Viejo 116 575 5.0 Landrigan, Capistrano Valley 61 399 6.5 Page, Dana Hills 74 349 4.7 Fielding, Mission Viejo 41 298 7.3

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RECEIVING Rec Yds Avg Lang, San Clemente 65 928 14.3 Perry, Mater Dei 53 994 18.8 Davis, San Clemente 44 439 10.0 Puffer, Capistrano Valley 32 493 15.4 Landrigan, Capistrano Valley 32 389 12.2 Castleton, Mater Dei 31 510 16.5 Benda, Trabuco Hills 29 471 16.2 Hall, San Clemente 28 457 16.3 MacKenzie Cap Valley 24 349 14.5

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SCORING TD FG XP Pts MacKenzie, Cap Valley 16 0 2 98 Davis, San Clemente 14 0 2 86 McNair, Mater Dei 14 0 0 84 Farley, Mater Dei 13 0 0 78 Castleton, Mater Dei 8 0 20 68 Landrigan, Capistrano Valley 11 0 2 68 Lang, San Clemente 11 0 0 66 Lewis, Trabuco Hills 11 0 0 66 Perry, Mater Dei 10 0 2 62 Hayward, San Clemente 9 0 0 54

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