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CHS quarterback attends Manning Passing Academy

Learning from the best

Ceres High quarterback Dalton Durossette attended the 22nd annual Manning Passing Academy, June 22-25, at Nicholls State University in Louisiana. The four-day camp was hosted by the Manning family,...


POSTED June 26, 2017 11:24 a.m.
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Ceres High quarterback Dalton Durossette attended the 22nd annual Manning Passing Academy, June 22-25, at Nicholls State University in Louisiana.

The four-day event was hosted by the Manning family, including future NFL Hall of Famer Peyton.

Manning enjoyed a record-breaking career with the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos. He won one Super Bowl ring with each team.

Some of the top college quarterbacks in the nation served as counselors at the Manning camp, including Lamar Jackson (Louisville), Sam Darnold (USC), Jake Browning (Washington) and Jalen Hurts (Alabama).

Durossette is a multi-sport standout at Ceres High. He plays football, baseball and basketball.

Dalton passed for 1,390 yards and 16 touchdowns while leading the Bulldogs' junior-varsity football team to a 7-3 overall record this past fall.

He earned first-team all-Western Athletic Conference honors while filling a key role on Ceres High's varsity baseball team during the springtime.

Durossette batted .410 from the plate with one homer, three doubles, 22 RBIs, 34 runs and 11 stolen bases for the Bulldogs, who went 23-7, qualified for the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs and finished second in the WAC standings  (12-3).

Dalton compiled a 7-4 record at pitcher with a 2.53 ERA, one no-hitter, one shutout, three complete games and 56 strikeouts.

Durossette and Ceres High's freshman boys basketball team (9-1) won a share of the conference title in the winter. He poured in a career-high 46 points against Livingston during the WAC season.

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