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BUTANDA CLOSES SEASON AT TOP OF THE STAT SHEET
ONTARIO, CA; (11/7/2013): Ontario Jaguars FB Robert Butanda (12) closed the regular season in the same position he held for the final three games, at the top of the scoring stats for the Mt. Baldy League. Butanda finished the season with 84 points. Colony's Devan Imbach closed to within two points entering week seven before Butanda raised the bar. Butanda came in second in receiving yards with 675; just four yards behind Colony's Kyle Curry (679 yards). He was third in rushing yards with 784 yards, placing behind Chaffey's Jesse Robledo (956 yards) and Colony's Devan Imbach (884 yards).
On special teams, there was no one better. Butanda led all kick-off returners with 333 yards on 14 attempts, averaging 23.79 yards per return. He also placed atop the league in punt returns with 143 yards on 6 attempts (23.83 yds/att).
On defense, the league's sack leader was Ontario's Stephon Randolph (12). Randolph (7.1 sacks) edged out Chino's Malik Demby (7.0 sacks). Junior Anthony Fuentez, the Mt. Baldy League's tackling leader in 2012 fell to 2nd place this season with 89 total tackles. This year's tackling leader was Colony's Brendan Hadley with 106 to his credit. Ronald Robison III (11) came in seventh in the league and second on the team with 71 total tackles.
ONTARIO SOCCER ALUM CONTINUES TO SHINE
LOS ANGELES, CA; (11/8/2013): Soccer alumus Adrien Perez, whose accolades were fast and furious last spring, continued his winning ways tonight in Los Angeles. Perez scored three goals, commonly referred to as a 'hat trick,' in Loyola Marymount's victory over Portland. Perez' hat trick was the first by an LMU freshmen since 2001. During the 2012-2013 season, Perez, class of 2013, earned many league titles and was named CIF Player of the Year after Ontario's 2013 CIF D4 Championship run.
LMU currently has a four-game lead in the WCCA and with tonight's victory has won six straight.
JAGUARS VARSITY STATS 2013-2014