High school highlights: Oregon commits 

December, 16, 2012
After committing to Oregon in June, Ducks tight end commit John Mundt (Modesto, Calif./Central Catholic) turned his focus to his senior season for Central Catholic. The Raiders -- a Central California powerhouse -- have been a force in the region area for years, including 16 CIF titles. On Friday night, the Raiders did something they had never done before. They became the California Division IV state champions.

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Central Catholic lost two games early in the season, including a loss to Auburn (Calif.) Placer and their All-American defensive lineman, USC commit Eddie Vanderdoes (Auburn, Calif./Placer). After starting the season 2-2, the Mundt-led Raiders ran off 12 straight wins -- which they won by an average score of 53-12 -- to win their 16th CIF title, including the school's first state championship.

In the CIF Saq-Joaquin Division IV playoffs, the Raiders won by an average score of 49-13, including a 66-7 blowout of San Diego Section Champion Santa Fe Christian in the state championship game. As it has been for most of the year with the run-heavy Raiders, the 6-foot-5, 235-pound Mundt -- who had one catch for 42 yards on Friday -- didn't light up the stat sheet, but his impact was evident in every game he played.
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