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Compiled by Steve Breazeale
Through the use of statistics and numbers, we break down the special performances, trends and seasons being put together by San Clemente High School fall sports athletes and teams.
4—Match medals won by senior golfer Isabella Seeburger this season. Seeburger’s four medals, awarded to the lowest score in a nine-hole match, is the ninth-best mark in Orange County as of Oct. 22.
5—Consecutive weeks in which junior wide receiver/running back Brandon Reaves has scored a touchdown for the Tritons football team. Reaves has scored at least twice in every game dating back to the Tritons Sept. 11 game against Dana Hills, recording 11 touchdowns in the process.
146—Number of kills recorded by girls’ volleyball senior outside hitter Cali Hoye this season. Hoye is averaging 4.6 kills per set.
12-6—The winning score in the San Clemente girls tennis team’s victory over Dana Hills on Oct. 1. It was the first time in school history that a Tritons girls’ tennis team defeated the Dolphins on the road.
10—Average tackles per game for junior linebacker Ryan Russell. Russell, who has played in six games for the Tritons, leads the team with 60 total tackles.
56—Number of steals recorded by the boys water polo team’s junior attack Sean Edwards, the seventh highest mark in the county.
8—Passes deflected by sophomore safety Branden Wilson this season. Wilson also leads the football team with two interceptions.
9.3—Senior running back Vlad Dzhabiyev’s average yards per carry this year. Dzhabiyev has been the Tritons go-to back, rushing for 485 yards and five touchdowns through seven games.
15:45—Time posted by senior runner Connor Dunne at the 2015 Orange County Cross Country Championships on Oct. 17. Dunne finished 30th overall at the event.