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Top Football Performers

September 25, 2004

A look at some of the statistical leaders across the Southland as reported to The Times:

RUSHING

* Andre Harris, Palisades: Carried 10 times for 212 yards, including 72- and 58-yard touchdown runs, in a 14-12 victory over Los Angeles.

* Andre Bouvay, L.A. Fremont: Gained 224 yards and scored once in 18 carries in a 33-6 victory over L.A. University.

* Diego Romero, Bell: Rushed for 216 yards, including touchdown runs of one and 27 yards, in 24 carries in a 33-0 victory over L.A. Lincoln

* Alfredo Castaneda, Bell Gardens: Gained 175 yards in 18 carries and scored on runs of 40, three, 51 and 21 yards in a 28-6 victory over Cerritos Gahr.

PASSING

* Contrell Walker, L.A. Jefferson: Completed nine of 16 passes for 240 yards and three touchdowns in a 29-24 victory over Pasadena Muir.

* Jimmy Clausen, Westlake Village Oaks Christian: Completed 15 of 18 passes for 297 yards, including touchdowns of 16, 12, 60, 48, 39 and 29 yards, in a 66-36 victory over Burbank.

RECEIVING

* Abraham Venegas and Jesus Cordero, L.A. Wilson: Each had 11 receptions from Chris Patino, with Venegas gaining 127 yards and scoring twice and Cordero gaining 91 yards and scoring once in a 33-0 win over L.A. Hamilton.

MULTIPURPOSE

* Travis Smith, L.A. Jefferson: Caught four passes for 124 yards and two touchdowns and returned an interception 30 yards for another score in a 29-24 intersectional victory over Pasadena Muir.

* Jeffrey Mejia, Bell: Had two interceptions, including one he returned 44 yards for a touchdown, in a 33-0 nonleague victory over L.A. Lincoln.

* Sean Boaz, San Dimas: Scored touchdowns on receptions of 44 and three yards, kicked both extra points and kicked a 20-yard field goal with 39 seconds left in a 17-14 nonleague victory over Bellflower. He also had an interception.

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