— TITAN TIDBITS: The son of Lisa and James Levine, C.J. also finished second on the team in PBUs and led the Titans in forced fumbles. … Memorial head coach Kenny Harrison emphasized cutting down on turnovers all season, and the Titans ended the regular season by doing that better than anyone in the district. Only Beaumont West Brook had fewer fumbles lost than Memorial and no team in 21-5A had fewer than Memorial’s 12 giveaways. … The Titans finished averaging 393.2 yards of total offense per game. That’s the second-highest total in school history behind last year’s team that averaged 452 yards per game. … After hauling in six catches against La Porte, senior John Leday has 68 receptions in his career and moved into four place on the all-time receptions list in school history. He trails Jhajuan Seales (75), K’Sean Wesley (94) and Freddie King (102). Leday is also fourth in receiving yards and needs just 62 more to become the fourth receiver in Titan history to top 1,000 yards through the air. … Speaking of milestones, quarterback Ricky Fisk became the fourth player in school history to rush for 1,000 yards in his career. He’s also two TD passes away from tying the single-season school mark of 22, set by Terrence Singleton in 2010. … This season also marked the second time the Titans have ever had two different receivers with 40 or more catches. Both Leday (44) and Roderic Rucker (42) have passed 40 catches, while in 2007, Freddie King (53) and Patterson Clay (52) each topped the mark.
Five Questions with C.J. Levine
What is your favorite video game? NBA 2K13
What is your favorite NFL team? Houston Texans
What is your favorite college? Alabama
Who is your favorite teacher? Ms. Johnson
If you could play another position, what would it be? Quarterback