High-SchoolCalifornia: Palisades

Quarterback Tanner Trosin of Folsom had a bittersweet night in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division II finals, but despite his team’s 39-35 loss to Vacaville he still concluded one of the greatest seasons by a quarterback in state history.

For the game, Trosin ended 27-of-44 for 407 yards and four touchdowns with another 86 yards and one score on 23 rushing attempts. Two second-half interceptions, however, helped Vacaville turn the momentum of the game in its favor.

Here is where the senior ends up in numerous all-time state record listings (all according to our own ESPNHS Cal-Hi Sports state record book; number of games listed in parentheses):

Most Passing Yards (Season)

5,185 - Tanner Trosin, Folsom, 2011 (14)

4,907 - David Koral, Pacific Palisades, 1999 (13) Jr.

4,838 - Kyle Boller, Newhall Hart, 1998 (14)

4,451 - Ricky Lloyd, Concord, 2010 (13)

4,406 - Casey Nielsen, Cerritos Gahr, 2009 (11)

4,362 - Chris Czernek, Newbury Park, 1995 (14) Jr.

4,360 - Corey Nielsen, Cerritos Gahr, 2007 (13) Jr.

4,345 - Karsten Sween, Ridgecrest Burroughs, 2004 (13)

4,323 - Jamie Jensen, Gilroy, 2007 (13) Jr.

4,266 - James Boyd, Los Angeles Jordan, 2008 (12)

4,244 - Keith Smith, Newbury Park, 1993 (14)

4,223 - John Walsh, Carson, 1990 (13)

4,218 - Emmanuel Lewis, Tulare, 2005 (13)

Most Touchdown Passes (Season)

63 - Robert De La Cruz, Los Angeles Cathedral, 1999 (13)

62 - Dano Graves, Folsom, 2010 (15)

61 - Robert De La Cruz, Los Angeles Cathedral, 1998 (13) Jr.

59 - Kyle Boller, Newhall Hart, 1998 (14)

57 - Jimmy Clausen, Westlake Village Oaks Christian, 2004 (14) Soph.

56 - David Koral, Pacific Palisades, 1999 (13) Jr.

Note: Tanner Trosin (Folsom) ended with 49 TD passes.

Progressive Season Passing Yardage Record

2,117 - Dick Horn, Santa Monica, 1947 (12)

2,165 - Joe Contestabile, Hawthorne, 1953 (10)

2,187 - John Hangartner, Glendale Hoover, 1954 (13)

2,631 - Steve Sogge, Gardena, 1964 (11)

3,008 - Pat Haden, La Puente Bishop Amat, 1969 (13) Jr.

3,227 - Dana Potter, Granada Hills, 1970 (12)

3,246 - Ron Cuccia, Los Angeles Wilson, 1976 (13) Jr.

3,328 - Jim Plum, La Mesa Helix, 1981 (13)

3,437 - Mike Smith, Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 1982 (14)

3,496 - Scott Barrick, Fallbrook, 1986 (14)

3,563 - Aaron Garcia, Sacramento Grant, 1987 (12)*

3,899 - Perry Klein, Pacific Palisades, 1987 (12) Jr.

4,019 - Santiago Alvarez, Los Angeles Franklin, 1989 (14)

4,223 - John Walsh, Carson, 1990 (13)

4,244 - Keith Smith, Newbury Park, 1993 (14)

4,360 - Chris Czernek, Newbury Park, 1994 (14) Jr.

4,838 - Kyle Boller, Newhall Hart, 1998 (14)

4,907 - David Koral, Pacific Palisades, 1999 (13) Jr.

5,185 – Tanner Trosin, Folsom, 2011 (14)

*Garcia's record lasted just one day.

Most Yards Total Offense (Season)

6,349 – Tanner Trosin, Folsom, 2011 (14)

5,203 -- Abraham Muheize, El Cajon Valley, 2005 (13)

5,018 -- Keith Smith, Newbury Park, 1993 (14)

4,874 -- James Boyd, Los Angeles Jordan, 2008 (12)

4,800 -- David Koral, Pacific Palisades, 1999 (13) Jr.*

4,752 – Dano Graves, Folsom, 2009 (13) Jr.

4,700 -- Kyle Boller, Newhall Hart, 1998 (14)*

4,696 – Dano Graves, Folsom, 2010 (15)

*Estimated totals.


Most Touchdowns Accounted For (Season)

85 – Dano Graves, Folsom, 2010 (15) (62 passing)

69 – Tanner Trosin, Folsom, 2011 (14) (49 passing)

66 – Dano Graves, Folsom, 2009 (13) Jr. (52 passing)

64 -- Robert De La Cruz, Los Angeles Cathedral, 1999 (13) (63 passing)

64 -- Tyler Ebell, Ventura, 2000 (14) (0 passing)

63 -- Robert De La Cruz, Los Angeles Cathedral, 1998 (13) (61 passing) Jr.

62 -- Emmanuel Lewis, Tulare, 2005 (14) (50 passing)

61 – Ricky Lloyd, Concord, 2010 (13) (52 passing)

61 -- Kyle Boller, Newhall Hart, 1998 (14) (59 passing)

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