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A Year to Rewrite the Record Books

Drake Martinez outran his competition on the field and in the LBHS record books. Photo by Doug Landrum

Breakers celebrated their successful season at the program’s 79th annual banquet, where Coach Michael Churchill and his assistants recognized players from this year’s league champion varsity and frosh-soph squads.

 

2012 Varsity Team Award Winners:

Captains:                                    Spencer Anderson, Robert Clemons III, Drake Martinez, Larry Stewart

Most Improved:                                    Jake Hexberg

Most Inspirational                  Robert Clemons III

Outstanding Lineman                  Spencer Anderson

Outstanding Back                                    Nate Lancaster

Offensive MVP                                    Robert Clemons III

Defensive MVP                                    Joseph Casey

Coach’s Award                                    Blake Hester

Most Valuable Player                  Drake Martinez

 

Football Records set in 2012:

Team MVP Drake Martinez, left, and offensive MVP Robert Clemons III with Coach Mike Churchill.

Individual

Plays:

Rushing – 95 yards – Drake Martinez @ Glenn September 13, 2012

                  Old Record: 63 yards by John Luna @ Saddleback, 1985

Game:

PAT’s  Game: 8 – Robbie McInerny @ Bolsa Grande August 31,2012  @ Glenn September 13, 2012

vs Calvary Chapel/SA  October 19, 2012

Ties record set in 2011 vs. Ocean View, Sep 16, 2011- Old Record  was 7 set in 1977, tied 1980, 2008, 2010

Season:

Season passing efficiency rating: 216.8 by Larry Stewart. Old record was 159.5 set in 2011.

Touchdowns Season: 34 by Drake Martinez. Old record was 31 set in 2011.

Points Scored: 206 by Drake Martinez. Old record was 188 set in 2011.

Kick Scoring Season: 83 points by Robbie McInerny. Old record was 82 points set in 2011.

Punt Returns for a Touchdown: 5 – Robert Clemons III. Old record – three, 1963.

All Runbacks for a Touchdown: 7 – Robert Clemons III. Old Record –four, 1963

Career:

Career Rushing Yards – 3,533 by Drake Martinez. Old record 2,606 by Donelle Darling 2000-02.

Career rushing rards per carry – 9.7 by Drake Martinez. Old record 8.3 by Norton Penney 2009-11

Career passing efficiency rating – 168.8 by Larry Stewart. Old record 147.9 by Danny Lane, 1985-87

Career Scoring – 394 points by Drake Martinez. Old record 276 points by Chris Paul 2008-10

Career Touchdowns – 65 by Drake Martinez. Old Record 44 by Chris Paul 2008-10.

Career rushing touchdowns – 50 by Drake Martinez. Old record 39 by Donelle Darling 2000-02.

Career touchdowns – 50 or more yards in length: 19, Drake Martinez.

PAT’s – Career:  152 by Robbie McInerny. Old record was 55 by Austin Paxson, 2008-11

Kick Scoring points- Career: 167 points by Robbie McInerny. Old record: was 80 by Jason Crabb, 1987-88

Kick Off Returns for touchdown: four by Robert Clemons III. Old record: two by Dick Burt 1945-46, Norton Penney Jr 2009-11.

Punt returns for touchdown: five by Robert Clemons III. Old record: three by Dennis Miller 1963, Phil Jones 1948-50, Al Turner 1950-52.

Interception returns for touchdown: four by Drake Martinez. Old record: two by Dick Burt 1945-46, and Dave Cottington 1961-62.

All runbacks for touchdown: 10 by Robert Clemons III. Old record: five by Dick Burt 1945-46

 

Team

Game:

Most Points Scored – 74 vs. John Glenn, Sept. 13, 2012. Old record was 73 set in 2011.

Most Points, 1st Half – 56 vs. Calvary Chapel, Oct. 19, 2012. Old record 44 was set in 2011.

Highest Scoring Tie Game, 36 vs. University, Sept. 7, 2012. Old record was 19, Oct 28, 1955 and Nov. 4, 1938.

Most Touchdowns on runbacks – five @ Glenn, Sept. 13, 2012 (2 PR, 2 IR, 1 FR)

Season:

Most Games – 13. Ties 2011, Previous old record was 12 games in 1987.

Most Wins – 11. Old record 10, 1968, 1987 and 2011.

Touchdowns on Interception Returns – four. Old record three – 1947, ‘49, ‘55, 2011

Touchdowns on Punt Returns – 9. Old record: three in 1952, 1963.

Touchdowns on Kick Off Returns – three. Ties record set in 2011

Touchdowns on all kick returns – 12 (Ties state record set by Hawthorne, 1998) Old record – 4, 1963

Touchdowns on all runbacks – 17. Old record seven: 1949, 2011.

Scoring Average – League – 46.0 points per game. Old record 41.4, 2011

Margin of victory – 26.6 points per game. Old record 21.0, 1950.

Margin of victory League – 31.2 points per game. Old record 26.2, 1950.

Longest Unbeaten Streak – 12. Record tied with 1955-56 (11 wins, 1 tie).

Longest Road win streak:  11 games (2010-2012). Old record was six set in 1956, tied in 1968.

 

Milestones: 2012 Longest plays ranking in Laguna History

Rushing:

1st – 95 yds Drake Martinez @ Glenn 9/13/2012

4th – 90 yds Drake Martinez vs. Calvary Chapel 10/19/2012

Pass Play:

3rd – 81 yds Larry Stewart to Robert Clemons III @ Costa Mesa 11/1/2012

6th – 79 yds Nathan Lancaster to Jake Hexberg vs University 9/2/2012

Interception Returns:

6th – 79 yds Drake Martinez vs. Calvary Chapel 10/19/2012

7th – 78 yds Andres DelaRosa @ Estancia 10/12/2012

Punt Returns:

8th – 79 yds Robert Clemons III vs. St Margaret’s 9/21/2012

10th – 74 yds Nathan Lancaster @ Glenn 9/13/2012

10th – 74 yds Nathan Lancaster vs Loara 11/9/2012

Fumble Returns:

4th – 63 yards LG Graves @ Glenn 9/13/2012

Kick Off Returns:

4th – 98 yds Drake Martinez vs. Pioneer 9/28/2012

6th – 96 yds Robert Clemons III vs. Saddleback 10/5/12

Field Goals

6th – 47 yds Robbie McInerny vs. St Margaret’s 9/21/2012

Punts

2nd – 66 yds Jake Hexberg @ Garden Grove 11/23/2012

 

All-Time Laguna Football MVPs 1934-2012

1934 -John Carscaden; 1935- Ed Basore; 1936 – John Chamberlin; 1937- Rollo Beck; 1938- Lester McKnight; 1939 – Harold Richards; 1940- Harry Hefty; 1941- 1941 Team; 1942- Vern Gregg; 1943 – Francis Delaney; 1944- Bill Marriner; 1945 – Richard Stover; 1946 – LaVerne Dugger; 1947 – Boyd Taylor; 1948 – Emilio Hilario; 1949 – 1949 Team; 1950 – Don Henley, Phil Jones, Bob Griffeth; 1951 – Dean Boggess; 1952 – Al Turner; 1953 – Steve Burton & Mike Haas; 1954 – Lee Burns; 1955 – Doug Stoner; 1956 – Bill O’Brien; 1957 – Jim Smith; 1958 – Marc McManus, Fred Rash; 1959 – Bill Weir; 1960 – Angus MacKay, Ralph Hadsell; 1961 – Bob Ireton; 1962 – Bob Mikels; 1963 – Bob Mikels; 1964 – Lon Bagley; 1965 – Doug Schell; 1966 – Ethan Oliver; 1967 – Jim Kuhn; 1968 – Steve Wiezbowski; 1969 – Roland McElhany; 1970 – Bart Tabor; 1971 – Skip Winship; 1972 – Jeff Winship; 1973 – Mark Johnson; 1974 – Mike Serrano; 1975 – Bill Gompf; 1976 – Bill Gompf; 1977 – Bill Gompf; 1978 – Matt McCullough; 1979 – Lance Stewart, Eric Clark; 1980 – Lance Stewart; 1981 – Damon Berryhill; 1982 – Kelvin Marino; 1983 – Mark Bithell; 1984 – Greg Henegan; 1985 – Jonathan Todd; 1986 – Andy Myers; 1987 – Pete Schmidt, Danny Lane; 1988 – Jason Crabbe; 1989 – Sean Mallet; 1990 – Eric Fegraus; 1991 – Eric Fegraus, Keith Peery; 1992 – Luke Matjas; 1993 – Pat Wood; 1994 – Marcus Weenig, Nate Pivaroff; 1995 – Marcus Weenig; 1996 – Nick Terrio; 1997 – Bill Wheeler; 1998 – Ryan Schissler; 1999 – Travis Loidolt, Pat Chesley; 2000 – Will Blodgett; 2001 – Jason Boyd; 2002 – Donelle Darling; 2003 – Jake Wheeler; 2004 – Elliot Whalen; 2005 – Charley Bowman; 2006 – Charley Bowman; 2007 – Charley Bowman, Danny Panduro; 2008 – John Snedegar, Zach Smith; 2009 – Alec Jaffe, Chris Paul; 2010 – Austin Paxson,  Chris Paul; 2011 – Drake Martinez; and 2012 – Drake Martinez.

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