Rob Stone Report August 2015

Spotlight on Local High School Football

Four former local high school football players were selected to participate in the 25th Annual Alex Spanos All-Star Classic at Mesa College on Saturday, July 11.

Ex-Madison Warhawk offensive tackle Clayton Jimerson saw the most playing time as the South All-Stars shut out the North All-Stars 28-0.

Defensive back Kameron Santos, wide receiver Christian Sourapas, and wide receiver-defensive back Kimani Love were also named to play in the game.

Jimerson, Santos (Madison alumnus), and Sourapas (Francis Parker alumnus) will be playing their college ball in the fall for New Hampshire, San Francisco State, and Arizona, respectively, while Love (Kearny alumnus) is joining the Marines…

Also on July 11, behind the performances of Erick Buchanan and Sampson Niu and the strong arm of Terrell Carter, the Warhawks outscored the St. Augustine Saints 45-15 to win the Summer Passing League championship at Southwestern College.

The win helped exact a little revenge for Madison, who was beaten 49-42 by the Saints for the CIF San Diego Section Division I title on the very same field last December…

Coach Rick Jackson’s Warhawks should soar again in the upcoming season with a quarterback like Carter; running backs Buchanan, Darius Jackson, Robert Wright, and Perdale Owens; wide receivers Shaheed Madyun, Elijah Thomas, Brandon Lewis, Marc Quinlin, and Isaiah McDaniels; offensive linemen and defensive linemen David Falo, JoJo Falo, Alonzo Gibbs,Angel Calderon, Jordan Cole, Donte Grady, Trevor Bell, and Lee Williams; linebackers Niu, Nick Meray, Bryson Collins, Pedro Garcia, and Zak Kolek; defensive backs Charles Bickham andTravis Hess; and kickers Jonathan Navarrete and Diego Ledezma

The Francis Parker Lancers concluded an injury-riddled 2014 with a 69-28 loss to the Hoover Cardinals in the Division III Quarterfinals at Hoover.

At one point, it got to be such a mash unit that Francis Parker had to forfeit a home game with the Morse Tigers.

The Lancers are gearing up for 2015 with playmaker Jordan Genmark-Heath (over 800 all-purpose yards last year) and wide receivers Sterling Hayes and Ethan Risse expecting to lead new Coach D.J. Walcott’s offense…

Coach Lamont Butler’s Horizon Christian Academy Panthers were scalped 49-34 by the El Cajon Valley Braves in the first round of the Division IV Playoffs at El Cajon Valley in 2014.

Horizon is attempting to replace graduated quarterback Joshua Gaudet (over 4,000 all-purpose yards last year) with quarterback Matt Simpson and running backs/wide receivers Christian ArlingtonOscar Cordova, Oscar Navarro, Daniel Mallory, and Amir Harris

Behind the running of graduated running back Alex Beaubien, the Clairemont Chieftains made it to the Division IV Quarterfinals before falling to the Mater Dei Catholic Crusaders 35-13 at Mater Dei.

Clairemont Chieftains Coach Joseph Kim is counting on the play of quarterback Jake Kwon, running back Dylan Irwin, and wide receiver Jorge Castaneda in 2015…

New Kearny Komets Coach Will Gray has Takoda Browne (over 800 all-purpose yards last year) returning.

This column is dedicated to my late father, Kenneth Stone. 


Rob is a lifelong resident of the Clairemont Mesa/Kearny Mesa area and is also a certified talent scout through Sports Management Worldwide.  Rob has been working with and helping to assist sports agents in getting their clients signed to contracts.  If you would like a professional scouting report written up on your favorite athlete, feel free to contact Rob directly.  He may be reached at:  1 (619) 241 6516,,, or

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