Mission Viejo’s Brock Johnson breaks Mark Sanchez’s single-game TD record

Brock Johnson and Bret JohnsonBrock Johnson talks with his dad and coach during a 2014 game. Photo courtesy of OCsidelines.com.

Next Friday Mission Viejo, currently ranked #24 in the latest High School Football America National Top 25, will defend its 2014 CIF-Southern Section West Valley Division crown thanks to a record-setting performance  by senior quarterback Brock Johnson, who tossed seven touchdown passes Friday night in the Diablos’ 56-21 semifinal victory of Chino Hills.  The seven touchdowns broke the old school record of six TD passes in a game that was held by current Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez, who set the mark in a game against Diamond Bar in 2003.

Johnson completed 13 of 18 passes for 379 with four of his TD passes going to Austin Osborne.

The win pushed Mission Viejo’s win streak to 25 straight.

Next week, the Diablos will travel to Vista Murrieta for a rematch of the 2014 West Division championship game won by MV 21-10.

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