Pacific quarterback Terry Ryan had an impressive game on Friday, one that will land him in the CIF-SS record books.
Ryan completed 29 of 41 passes for 589 yards, seven touchdowns and one interception in a 47-0
According to the CIF-SS record book, the 589 yards are the fourth-most all-time and not far from the 613-yard performance set by El Toro’s Connor Manning in 2012. The seven touchdown passes tie for the seventh-most all-time in CIF-SS history. Neither are San Bernardino County records: San Bernardino’s Robert Fuller threw for 604 yards and eight touchdowns against Pacific in 2006.
Ryan could also break into the Top 10 in CIF-SS history with touchdown passes in a season. He has 34 through seven games. Tenth all-time is 46.
Coach Mike Aragon wasn’t surprised with Ryan’s performance despite one of his top targets, Rythum Russworm, has missed the last two games after having his appendix removed.
“We’ve been able to bring in Michael Patterson and Kenny Freeman (to play receiver). They know the offense and they were wide receivers last year,” Aragon said.