Originally written on It's Always Sunny in Detroit  |  Last updated 11/27/11

There are eye-popping numbers like Al Bundy's four touchdown-performance in Polk High's city championship game and then there are the ridiculous stats put up by kids in the Illinois High School Class 5A state championship tilt.

If I were to tell you that Joliet Catholic junior running back Ty Isaac ran for 376 yards, your eyes might pop. But, what if I were to tell you that that was just his first half total? And then I went on to say that his team lost the game? You probably wouldn't believe me, but it's true. Isaac, who was chosen as ESPNChicago.com's Offensive Player of the Year, finished the game with 515 rushing yards and six touchdowns. He scored on runs of 71, 63, 56, 66, 2 and 69 yards. Isaac is being recruited by Arizona State and Notre Dame amongst others. But his Joliet Catholic was still beaten 70-45 by Montini.

So who was responsible for putting up 70 for Montini? Enter senior wide receiver Jordan Westercamp (pictured), stage left. Westercamp's first half wasn't too shabby either as he hauled in six catches for 131 yards and two touchdowns. But it was his second half that brought Montini back from their 31-28 halftime deficit. Westercamp, who was chosen as ESPNChicago.com's Player of the Year and is committed to Nebraska, finished the game with 11 catches for 331 yards and five touchdowns, including second half scores from 5, 69 and a title game record 94 yards. The 331 yards receiving was also a state record. Westerkamp will go out as the state’s all-time leader in career receptions (269), receiving yards (4,355) and touchdowns (66). He leaves Montini with three state championships.

Senior John Rhode was responsible for getting Westercamp the ball. He only went 29 for 45 for 587 yards and seven touchdowns.

They dwarfed the "lesser" performances of Montini receiver Joseph Borsellino who had 10 catches for 142 yards and added a receiving score and two rushing scores and Montini RB Dimitri Taylor's 15 carries for 196 and a score.

You can call it a lack of defense, a tennis match of offense, speed football or whatever you want, but these are byeond video game numbers.

Propers to the Chicago Tribune

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