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Football Records
FB
National High School Sports Record Book
Football
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Football
Eleven-player Football
TEAM
ALL-TIME
STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
All-Time
36
32
27
27
26
26
25
25
23
23
21
Sioux Falls Washington, SD (1905-2009)
Little Rock Central, AR (1907-2004)
Lawrence, KS (1945-95)
Omaha Creighton Prep, NE (1932-2004)
Artesia, NM (1957-2007)
Butte, MT (1900-91)
Phoenix Union, AZ (1913-55)
Everett, MA (1896-2007)
Valdosta, GA (1940-98)
Massillon Washington, OH (1909-2003)
Pine Bluff, AR (1915-95)
WINNING TRADITION — The football team of Valdosta, GA, holds the
national record for all-time wins with 850 victories from 1913 to 2009. When
the 1998 squad (above) captured the Georgia High School Association
Class AAAA state championship, it marked the school’s 23rd state championship, which ranks ninth all time. Valdosta also has had 23 undefeated
seasons since 1919, which ranks second on the all-time list.
Games — Consecutive
151
109
96
82
74
72
72
71
68
66
Consecutive
14
14
9
8
8
7
7
7
7
7
7
Honolulu St. Louis, HI (1986-99)
Sioux Falls Washington, SD (1951-64)
Phoenix Union, AZ (1920-28)
Charlotte Independence, NC (2000-07)
Salt Lake, UT (1898-1905)
Addison Driscoll, IL (2001-07)
Animas, NM (1984-90)
Massillon Washington, OH (1935-41)
Massillon Washington, OH (1948-54)
Sidney, MT (1987-93)
Montvale St. Joseph, NJ (1999-2005)
WINS
All-Time
UNDEFEATED TEAMS (Includes Ties)
850
800
799
796
785
778
768
761
754
747
746
744
742
732
732
732
731
725
723
716
715
714
713
711
710
708
704
698
690
688
685
673
670
670
670
669
667
658
658
656
654
652
651
649
645
643
Seasons
31
23
21
21
20
18
17
16
15
15
Lawrence, KS (1894-1993)
Valdosta, GA (1919-92)
Rome Free Academy, NY (1894-1992)
Bakersfield, CA (1921-90)
Massillon Washington, OH (1909-78)
Concord De La Salle, CA (1982-2007)
Muskegon, MI (1904-2008)
Caledonia-Mumford, NY (1904-2003)
Eureka, CA (1901-2003)
Westfield, NJ (1901-77)
Seasons — Consecutive
12
7
7
7
7
7
6
6
6
5
5
5
Concord De La Salle, CA (151-0-0), 1992-2003
Charlotte Independence, NC (113-0-0), 2000-07
Union Sims, SC (92-0-4), 1946-54
Shelbyville Bedford County Training, TN (78-0-4), 1943-50
Maryville, TN (2004-08)
Animas, NM (69-0-3), 1984-90
Hudson, MI (72-0-0), 1968-75
Jefferson City, MO (71-0-0), 1958-65
Celina, TX (68-0-0), 1998-2002
Pittsburg St. Mary’s Colgan, KS, 1999-2004
Concord De La Salle, CA (1992-2003)
Pittsfield, IL (1966-72)
Jefferson City, MO (1959-65)
Oklahoma City Douglass, OK (1949-55)
Shelbyville Bedford County Training, TN (1943-49)
Tuscaloosa Central, AL (1925-31)
Hudson, MI (1969-74)
Independence, KS (1957-62)
Ashland, KY, (1926-31)
Paulsboro, NJ (1993-97)
Rome Free Academy, NY (1964-68)
Milbank, SD (1958-62)
ALL-TIME GREAT — One of the most storied high school football programs is Massillon Washington, OH. The Tigers have won 23 state championships and rank fourth all time with 796 wins in school history. They have
also had 20 undefeated seasons, good enough for fifth all time.
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Valdosta, GA (1913-2009, 850-200-34)
Louisville Male, KY (1893-2009, 800-300-49)
Fort Thomas Highlands, KY (1915-2009, 799-223-26)
Massillon Washington, OH (1894-2009, 796-240-35)
Mount Carmel, PA (1893-2009, 785-290-59)
Parkersburg, WV (1906-2009, 778-296-39)
Canton McKinley, OH (1894-2009, 768-323-42)
Mayfield, KY (1919-2009, 761-247-32)
Little Rock Central, AR (1907-2009, 754-287-43)
Easton, PA (1894-2009, 747-321-54)
Muskegon, MI (1895-2009, 746-260-43)
East St. Louis Senior, IL (1897-2009, 744-202-45)
Brockton, MA (1897-2009, 742-343-64)
New Britain, CT (1892-2009, 732-300-51)
Berwick, PA (1888-2009, 732-308-43)
Everett, MA (1893-2009, 732-361-0)
Hampton, VA (1920-2009, 731-239-43)
Lawton, OK (1902-2009, 725-327-34)
Clinton, OK (1919-2009, 723-252-38)
Steubenville, OH (1900-2009, 716-299-34)
Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett, TN (1921-2009, 715-215-29)
Steelton Highspire, PA (1894-2009, 714-393-58)
Paducah Tilghman, KY (1904-2009, 713-292-25)
Pine Bluff, AR (1901-2009, 711-315-52)
Sioux Falls Washington, SD (1899-2009, 710-308-37)
Bakersfield, CA (1897-2009, 708-239-43)
Danville, KY (1924-2009, 704-220-34)
Lawrence, KS (1891-2009, 698-259-38)
Haynesville, LA (1907-2009, 690-162-22)
New Castle, PA (1892-2009, 688-363-69)
Ann Arbor Pioneer, MI (1891, 1896-2009, 685-400-38)
Fostoria, OH (1896-2009, 673-397-42)
Owensboro, KY (1893-2009, 670-347-30)
Thomasville, GA (1910-2009, 670-301-46)
Williamsport, PA (1892-2009, 670-420-55)
Amarillo, TX (1920-2009, 669-293-19)
Temple, TX (1907-2009, 667-329-51)
Philadelphia Central, PA (1887-2009, 658-372-61)
Greensburg Salem, PA (1894-2009, 658-332-39)
Jeanette, PA (1900-2009, 656-297-48)
Philadelphia William Penn Charter, PA (654-330-53)
Arcola, IL (1894-2009, 652-311-40)
Chattanooga Baylor, TN (1908-2009, 651-280-39)
Huntingdon, PA (649-322-39)
Pottsville, PA (645-472-46)
Omaha Creighton Prep, NE (1893-2009, 643-193-23)
Football
Consecutive
151
109
74
72
71
69
68
66
64
64
Oldest Current Rivalries
Concord De La Salle, CA (1992-2003)
Charlotte Independence, NC (2000-07)
Maryville, TN (2004-08)
Hudson, MI (1968-75)
Jefferson City, MO (1958-66)
Animas, NM (1984-90)
Celina, TX (68-0-0), 1998-2002
Pittsburg St. Mary’s Colgan, KS (1999-2004)
Pittsfield, IL (1966-73)
Picayune George Washington Carver, MS (1958-65)
1875 New London, CT vs. Norwich Free Academy, CT (148 games)
1878 Cincinnati Hughes, OH vs. Cincinnati Woodward, OH (117
games)
1882 Wellesley, MA vs. Needham Heights Needham, MA (122 games)
1887 Boston Latin, MA vs. Boston English, MA (123 games)
1887 Philadelphia William Penn Charter, PA vs. Fort Washington
Germantown Academy, PA (123 games)
1887 Pottstown The Hill School, PA vs. Lawrenceville, NJ (104 games)
1889 Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, MD vs. Baltimore City College,
MD (121 games)
1891 Rome Free Academy, NY vs. Utica T.R. Proctor, NY (117 games)
1892 Abilene, KS vs. Chapman, KS (85 games)
1892 Pueblo Central, CO vs. Pueblo Centennial, CO (108 games)
1893 Battle Creek Central, MI vs. Kalamazoo Central, MI (106 games)
1893 Louisville Male, KY vs. Louisville duPont Manual, KY (126 games)
1893 Aurora East, IL vs. Aurora West, IL (117 games)
1893 San Francisco St. Ignatius, CA vs. San Francisco Sacred Heart,
CA (81 games)
1893 Bradford Area, PA vs. Olean, NY (112 games)
1894 Negaunee, MI vs. Marquette, MI (134 games)
1894 Millville, NJ vs. Vineland, NJ (141 games)
1894 Canton McKinley, OH vs. Massillon Washington, OH (118 games)
1894 Marinette, WI vs. Menominee, MI (103 games)
1895 Negaunee, MI vs. Ishpeming, MI (136 games)
1895 Saginaw, MI vs. Saginaw Arthur Hill, MI (113 games)
1985 Ludington, MI vs. Manistee, MI (119 games)
1895 Cincinnati Walnut Hills, OH vs. Cincinnati Hughes, OH (91
games)
1896 Dover, OH vs. New Philadelphia, OH (106 games)
1896 Battle Creek Central, MI vs. Kalamazoo Central, MI (103 games)
1986 Adrian, MI vs. Monroe, MI (108 games)
1897 Middletown, NY vs. Port Jervis, NY (131 games)
1897 Ardmore Lower Merion, PA vs. Radnor, PA (112 games)
1897 Escanaba, MI vs. Menominee, MI (113 games)
1899 Troy, OH vs. Piqua, OH (126 games)
RIVALRIES
All-Time Longest Rivalries (In Terms of Games)
148
148
141
140
136
134
131
126
126
123
123
122
121
119
118
118
117
117
117
113
113
112
112
111
108
108
108
107
106
106
104
103
103
103
102
102
Westerly, RI vs. Stonington, CT (1911-2009)
New London, CT vs. Norwich Free Academy, CT (1875-2009)
Millville, NJ vs. Vineland, NJ (1894-2009)
Douglas, AZ vs. Bisbee, AZ (1906-2009)
Negaunee, MI vs. Ishpeming, MI (1895-2009)
Negaunee, MI vs. Marquette, MI (1894-2009)
Middletown, NY vs. Port Jervis, NY (1897-2009)
Louisville Male, KY vs. Louisville duPont Manual, KY (1893-2009)
Piqua, OH vs. Troy, OH (1899-2009)
Boston Latin, MA vs. Boston English, MA (1887-2009)
Philadelphia William Penn Charter, PA vs. Fort Washington
Germantown Academy, PA (1887-2009)
Wellesley, MA vs. Needham Heights Needham, MA (1882-2009)
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, MD vs. Baltimore City College,
MD (1889-2009)
Ludington, MI vs. Manistee, MI (1895-2009)
Delta, CO vs. Montrose, CO (1904-2007)
Canton McKinley, OH vs. Massillon Washington, OH (1894-2009)
Cincinnati Hughes, OH vs. Cincinnati Woodward, OH (1878-2009)
Aurora East, IL vs. Aurora West, IL (1893-2009)
Rome Free Academy, NY vs. Utica T.R. Proctor, NY (1891-2009)
Escanaba, MI vs. Menominee, MI (1897-2009)
Saginaw, MI vs. Saginaw Arthur Hill, MI (1895-2009)
Bradford Area, PA vs. Olean, NY (1893-2009)
Ardmore Lower Merion, PA vs. Radnor, PA (1897-2009)
Grand Haven, MI vs. Holland, MI (1901-2009)
Pueblo Central, CO vs. Pueblo Centennial, CO (1892-2009)
Plainwell, MI vs. Otsego, MI (1896-2009)
Adrian, MI vs. Monroe, MI (1896-2009)
Des Moines North, IA vs. Des Moines East, IA (1903-2009)
Battle Creek Central, MI vs. Kalamazoo Central, MI (1893-2009)
Dover, OH vs. New Philadelphia, OH (1896-2009)
Pottstown The Hill School, PA vs. Lawrenceville, NJ (1887-2008)
Tuscola, IL vs. Arcola, IL (1895-2007)
Menominee, MI vs. Marinette, WI (1894-2009)
Montague, MI vs. Whitehall, MI (1921-2009)
Coloma, MI vs. Watervliet, MI (1909-2009)
Niles, MI vs. Dowagiac, MI (1896-2005)
TENNESSEE STREAK — From 2004 to 2008, the Maryville, TN, football
team (2008 team above) compiled the third-longest winning streak in high
school football winning 74 straight games. Its streak came to an end in the
2008 Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association Class 4A state
championship game.
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“THE STREAK”
If you know anything about high school football, you
know what “The Streak” is. Beginning with the first
game of the 1992 season, Concord De La Salle, CA
(2001 team shown at right) did not lose for 12 consecutive seasons. The streak reached 151 games through
the end of the 2003 season and was snapped with a
loss to Bellevue (Washington) High School in the 2004
season opener.
On November 7, 1997, De La Salle defeated Pleasant Hill College Park, CA, to extend its winning streak
to 73 games and to surpass Hudson, MI, for most consecutive 11-player football victories. Interestingly, the
Spartans had won 34 straight games before their loss
to Pittsburg, CA, that preceded the winning streak.
While a few great players have come from the program, such as NFL wide receiver Amani Toomer, the
team relies on machine-like precision to systematically
defeat its opponents. Coach Bob Ladouceur, who was
inducted into the National High School Hall of Fame in
2001, took over the program in 1979 and has only lost
24 times while at the school.
Football
MOST OVERTIMES
Most Points, Season – 10 or Fewer Games (Cont.)
676
637
606
601
600
597
596
580
579
Games — Consecutive
4 Hobson, MT, 1986
4 Detroit Central, MI, 1983
Game
9 Bothell, WA vs. Pasco, WA, 11-18, 2006 (Bothell 43-40)
9 Detroit Northeastern, MI vs. Detroit Southeastern, MI, 9-23, 1977
(DSE 42-36, regulation score 8-8, time elapsed 3:43)
8 Salado ISD, TX vs. Moody ISD, TX, 1998 (Salado 14-8)
8 Gillett, AR vs. Des Arc, AR, 9-9, 1994 (Gillett 64-58)
8 Perry Lecompton, KS vs. Valley Falls, KS, 1974 (PL 13-7)
7 Splendora, TX (45) vs. Coldspring Jones, TX (39), 10-31, 1997
7 Knoxville Farragut, TN vs. Cleveland Bradley Central, TN, 11-10,
1995
7 Perris, CA vs. Palm Springs, CA, 1991 (Perris 70-62)
7 Clyde, OH vs. Milan Edison, OH, 1990 (C 24-21)
7 Baltimore Overlea, MD vs. Baltimore Milford Mill, MD, 1982 (O 126)
7 Chattanooga, TN vs. Knoxville West, TN, 9-7, 1984 (C 35-34, regulation score 7-7)
7 Strawberry Point Starmont, IA (20) vs. Edgewood-Colesburg, IA,
(14) 1974
7 Mobile Murphy, AL vs. Theodore, AL, 1979 (MM 34-31)
7 Mooresville, NC, (68) vs. Lake Norman, NC (61), 10-13, 2006
Game — One Team
256
233
219
216
201
193
186
185
184
184
101
86
84
83
79
75
74
70
60
5 Rogersville Lauderdale County, AL, 1986
5 Lake Linden-Hubbell, MI, 1976
5 Tremont, IL, 1984
OFFENSE
Eugene, OR vs. Cottage Grove, OR, 10-26, 1919
Lincoln Prep, MO vs. Kansas City Northeast, MO, 11-2, 1985
Page, AZ vs. Monument Valley, AZ, 1974
Selma, CA vs. Sanger, CA, 1920
Prescott, AZ vs. Kingman, AZ, 1925
San Diego, CA vs. Carlsbad Army/Navy, CA, 1920
Acton Vasquez, CA vs. Lebec Frazier Mountain, CA, 11-5, 1999
Bakersfield, CA vs. San Luis Obispo Cal Poly, CA, 1920
West Haven, CT vs. Hamden, CT, 10-12, 1968
Quarter — One Team
MOST POINTS
75
66
58
57
55
49
49
49
48
46
Season
Albemarle, NC, 2001 (16)
Bloomington, CA, 1994 (14)
Big Sandy, TX, 1975 (14)
Hampton, VA, 1996 (14)
Sheridan, IN, 1988 (14)
Maxton, NC, 1975 (13)
Southlake Carroll, TX, 1992 (16)
Fort Thomas Highlands, KY, 1998 (15)
Danville Boyle County, KY, 2000 (15)
Elk Grove, CA, 1998 (14)
Eugene, OR vs. Cottage Grove, OR, 10-26, 1919
Prescott, AZ vs. Kingman, AZ, 1925
Acton Vasquez, CA vs. Lebec Frazier Mountain, CA, 11-5, 1999
Palmer, TX vs. Dallas A+ Academy, TX, 11-5, 2004
Selma, CA vs. Sanger, CA, 1920
Bakersfield, CA vs. San Luis Obispo Cal Poly, CA, 1920
San Diego, CA vs. San Diego Army-Navy, CA, 1920
Tustin, CA vs. Huntington Beach Ocean View, CA, 2001
McKeesport, PA vs Connellsville, PA, 2008
Vallejo, CA vs. St. Helena, CA, 1924
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 games)
75.1
74.5
72.4
68.0
66.8
66.4
66.3
63.7
62.9
62.6
Season — 13 or More Games
903
880
824
819
811
804
803
801
797
789
Haven, KS vs. Sylvia, KS, 11-16, 1927
Staunton, IL vs. Gillespie, IL, 11-23, 1923
Stigler, OK vs. Ft. Gibson, OK, 1924
Muskegon, MI vs. Hastings, MI, 9-28, 1912
Cozad, NE vs. Overton, NE, 1921
Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett, TN vs. Norton Burton, VA, 1926
Spur, TX vs. Lorenzo, TX, 1930
Taylorville, IL vs. Tuscola, IL, 1916
Salem, IL vs. Fairfield, IL, 10-8, 1943
Roby, TX vs. Aspermont, TX, 1925
Half — One Team
Overtime Games — Season
903
880
824
819
811
804
803
801
797
789
Jersey Shore, PA, 1922 (9)
Newark Catholic, OH, 1968 (10)
Washington Court House Miami Trace, OH, 1977 (10)
Dayton Steele, OH, 1920 (9)
Everett, MA, 1914 (10)
Harrisburg Tech, PA, 1918 (9)
Fostoria, OH, 1912 (8)
Los Angeles Baptist, CA, 1972 (10)
Haven, KS, 1927 (8)
Albemarle, NC, 2001 (16)
Bloomington, CA, 1994 (14)
Big Sandy, TX, 1975 (14)
Hampton, VA, 1996 (14)
Sheridan, IN, 1988 (14)
Maxton, NC, 1975 (13)
Southlake Carroll, TX, 1992 (16)
Fort Thomas Highlands, KY, 1998 (15)
Danville Boyle County, KY, 2000 (15)
Elk Grove, CA, 1998 (14)
Jersey Shore, PA, 1922 (676/9)
Fostoria, OH, 1912 (596/8)
Haven, KS, 1927 (579/8)
Hugo, CO, 1930 (748/11)
Dayton Steele, OH, 1920 (601/9)
Detroit University School, MI, 1908 (465/8)
Harrisburg Tech, PA, 1918 (597/9)
Newark Catholic, OH, 1968 (637/10)
Bloomington, CA, 1994 (880/14)
Lansing Central, MI, 1918 (501/8)
Season — 11-12 Games
748
722
712
701
666
613
607
596
595
595
Hugo, CO, 1930 (11)
Limon, CO, 1968 (12)
O’Brien, TX, 1972 (12)
Harrisburg Tech, PA, 1922 (12)
Toledo Waite, OH, 1921 (11)
Hale Center, TX, 1954 (11)
Battle Creek Pennfield, MI, 1992 (12)
Marana, AZ, 1968 (11)
Homer, MI, 2005 (12)
Royse City, TX, 1956 (12)
A GOOD QUARTER — The McKeesport, PA, football team jumped out to
a very quick start in the first quarter of its September 12, 2008, game
against Connellsville, PA. The Tigers scored 48 points in the opening quarter en route to a 67-7 win over Connellsville.
Season — 10 or Fewer Games
676 Jefferson, SD, 1967 (9)
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MOST FIELD GOALS
Season
22
22
21
21
20
20
19
19
19
19
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, CA, 1994
Birmingham Huffman, AL, 1985
Hendersonville, TN, 2001
Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas, FL, 1997
Wilmington Hoggard, NC, 2003
Cincinnati St. Xavier, OH, 1998
Olathe North, KS, 1996
College Station A&M Consolidated, TX, 1992
Phoenix St. Mary’s, AZ, 1985
Lakeside Blue Ridge, AZ, 1997
9 Albuquerque Menaul, NM vs. Newcomb, NM, 9-21, 1990 (26, 29,
23, 22, 19, 19, 20, 20 and 21)
7 Afton Riverton, WY vs. Afton Star Valley, WY, 11-7, 1997 (43, 34,
32, 31, 27, 27 and 26)
7 Rochester Greece Olympia, NY vs. Rochester Greece Arcadia,
NY, 10-28, 1989 (30, 25, 30, 49, 20, 28 and 24)
6 Dumas, TX vs. Canyon Randall, TX, 1990
6 Louisville Ballard, KY vs. Louisville Central, KY, 1981
HIT THE GROUND RUNNING — The Centerville, TX, Tigers rushed for
893 yards in a game against Groveton, TX, October 3, 2003, giving them
the national record for most rushing yards in a game by one team.
Centerville won the game, 82-48, as Tigers running back Eric Bizor collected 467 of the record-breaking yards on just 16 carries. The senior allstate selection accounted for eight of 12 Tigers touchdowns in the game.
Most Consecutive Games Scoring — All-Time
356
309
251
216
207
205
202
187
181
167
River Ridge John Curtis Christian, LA (1979-2005)
Concord De La Salle, CA (1979-2004)
Grass Valley Nevada Union, CA (1894-2004)
Alamosa, CO (1985-2003)
Santa Fe Springs St. Paul, CA (1964-83)
Bakersfield, CA (1986-2003)
McHenry, IL (1987-2006)
La Puente Bishop Amat, CA (1982-97)
Lawrence, KS (1941-60)
Lakewood, CO (1955-68)
MOST EXTRA POINTS KICKING
Season
112
104
97
96
94
92
91
88
87
87
MOST TOUCHDOWNS
Season
130
127
116
116
113
110
107
106
105
105
Big Sandy, TX, 1975 (14)
Albemarle, NC, 2001 (16)
Charlotte Independence, NC, 2004 (15)
Maplesville, AL, 1996 (15)
Fort Thomas Highlands, KY, 1998 (15)
Bardstown, KY, 2001 (15)
Lone Oak, KY, 2007 (15)
Duncan Byrnes, SC
Fort Thomas Highlands, KY, 2000 (15)
Hugo, CO, 1930
MOST YARDS GAINED
Season
8,664
8,588
8,375
7,496
7,450
7,411
7,409
7,409
7,399
7,391
Game
38
30
27
23
22
20
18
18
17
16
16
Haven, KS vs. Sylvia, KS, 11-16, 1927
Staunton, IL vs. Gillespie, IL, 11-23, 1923
Salem, IL vs. Fairfield, IL, 10-8, 1943
Chicago DePaul Academy, IL vs. St. Charles, IL, 10-14, 1916
Santa Rosa, CA vs. St. Helena, CA, 1924
Willows, CA vs. Red Bluff, CA, 1924
Lincoln Prep, MO vs. Kansas City Northeast, MO, 11-2, 1985
Flandreau, SD 1926
Middlesboro, KY vs. Wallins Creek, KY, 1935
Bement, IL vs. Maroa, IL, 9-23, 1921
Springfield Central, MO vs. Greenfield, MO, 10-8, 1927
Stephenville, TX, 1998
Pine Bluff, AR, 1925 (16)
Sugar Land, TX, 1953 (12)
Elk Grove, CA, 1998 (14)
Inglewood, CA, 2000 (14)
Stephenville, TX, 1994 (16)
Pikeville, KY, 1991
Pikeville, KY, 1987
Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR, 1998
Fort Thomas Highlands, KY, 1998 (15)
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
697.9
564.0
555.0
497.3
493.0
492.5
492.3
490.9
489.5
487.1
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
9.3
8.1
7.9
7.7
7.5
7.4
7.3
7.0
6.9
6.8
Albemarle, NC, 2001
Charlotte Independence, NC, 2004
Danville Boyle County, KY, 2000
Lone Oak, KY, 2007
Antioch Ezell-Harding, TN, 2001
Fort Thomas Highlands, KY, 1998
Danville Boyle County, KY, 2001
Fort Thomas Highlands, KY, 2000
Mount Vernon Rockcastle County, KY, 2001
Charlotte Independence, NC, 2000
Big Sandy, TX, 1975 (130/14)
West Haven, CT, 1968 (73/9)
Albemarle, NC, 2001 (127/16)
Maplesville, AL, 1996 (116/15)
Fort Thomas Highlands, KY, 1998 (113/15)
Louisville Valley, KY, 1997 (104/14)
Bardstown, KY, 2001 (105/15)
Fort Thomas Highlands, KY, 2000 (105/15)
Fort Thomas Highlands, KY, 1999 (104/69)
Mount Vernon Rockcastle County, KY, 2001 (102/15)
Sugar Land, TX, 1953 (8,375/12)
Pulaski Academy, AR, 2001
Casa Grande, AZ, 1950
San Diego Morse, CA, 1990 (6,962/14)
Shiloh Christian, AR, 1998
Fort Thomas Highlands, KY, (7,391/15)
Troy, OH, 1959 (4,431/9)
Lakeside Blue Ridge, AZ, 1994
Troy, OH, 1997 (5,384/11)
West Haven, CT, 1968 (4,384/9)
Game — One Team
912
878
843
840
826
821
821
Happy Camp, CA vs. McCloud, CA, 1967
West Memphis, AR, 2000
Elk Grove, CA vs. Atwater, CA, 1998
Eutaw, AL, 1974 (560 rushing, 280 passing)
Belleville West, IL vs. Sparta, IL, 1942
Mill Valley-Tamalpais, CA vs. Novato, CA, 1966
Henderson County, KY vs. Hartford Ohio County, KY, 1997 (710
rushing, 111 passing)
793 Rancho Bernardo San Diego, CA vs. West Hills, CA, 1999
786 Glendale Cactus, AZ vs. Tucson Sahuaro, AZ, 1998
785 Hampshire, IL vs. West Chicago Wheaton Christian, IL, 1976
79
FB
Game
Football
MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS
Season
1,037
944
925
914
897
889
881
876
870
868
Stephenville, TX, 1993 (16)
Stephenville, TX, 1994 (16)
Belvidere, IL, 1988 (14)
Shiloh Christian, AR, 2001
Rogers, TX, 1997 (16)
Shiloh Christian, AR, 1999
Newport Central Cathlolic, KY, 2001 (15)
Belvidere, IL, 1994 (14)
Minneota, MN, 1987 (14)
Minneota, MN, 1988 (14)
Game
93 Riverside La Sierra, CA, 10-10, 2008
92 Riverside La Sierra, CA, 10-2, 2008
91 Riverside La Sierra, CA, 9-14, 2007
GROUND ATTACK — In 2008, the Riverside La Sierra, CA, football team
set the national record with 90 rushing attempts in one game, and also
ranks second all time with 87 rushing attempts in one game.
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
71.0
69.6
69.5
68.9
66.1
64.8
64.6
64.3
63.8
63.7
Most Rushing Attempts, Season (Cont.)
Riverside La Sierra, CA, 2008 (710/10)
Riverside La Sierra, CA, 2007 (696/10)
Becker, MN, 1993 (695/10)
Hemingford, NE, 1989 (758/11)
Belvidere, IL, 1988 (925/14)
Stephenville, TX, 1993 (1,037/16)
Lexington Paul Dunbar, KY, 1997 (840/13)
Pocatello Highland, ID, 1986 (707/11)
Long Prairie, MN, 1991 (574/9)
Stronghurst Southern, IL, 1979 (764/12)
797
773
773
764
742
740
736
733
Belvidere, IL, 1993
Holton, KS, 2005
Sealy, TX, 1978
Lexington, IL, 1994
Holton, KS, 2007
Holton, KS, 1998
Salem, MO, 2002
Sheridan, IN, 1988 (14)
Game
MOST RUSHING YARDS
90
87
87
85
82
79
77
77
77
76
Season
8,081
7,309
7,274
7,221
6,962
6,713
6,496
6,446
6,249
5,980
Pine Bluff, AR, 1925 (16)
Inglewood, CA, 2000 (14)
Sugar Land, TX, 1953 (12)
Liberty Hill, TX, 2004
San Diego Morse, CA, 1990 (14)
Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR, 1997 (15)
Holton, KS, 2005
Liberty Hill, TX, 2006
Holton, KS, 2003
Tarboro North Edgecombe, NC, 1996
MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
Season
Game — One Team
893
878
774
755
745
736
735
734
717
713
120
114
96
91
89
84
82
81
79
74
74
74
Centerville, TX vs. Groveton, TX, 10-3, 2003
West Memphis, AR vs. Russellville, AR, 11-10, 2000
Catawissa Southern Columbia, PA, 11-26, 2004
Indianapolis Warren Central, IN vs. Richmond, IN, 8-30, 2002
Tabor City South Columbus, NC vs. Gibsonville Eastern Guilford,
NC, 1998
Downey Life Christian, CA vs. Banning Twin Pines, CA, 1992
Pilot Mountain East Surry, NC vs. Ronda East WIlkes, NC, 1998
Steubenville, OH vs. Massillon Washington, OH, 1930
Columbia, NC vs. Cape Hatteras, NC, 10-4, 2002
Warrenton Warren County, NC vs. Creedmoor South Granville,
NC, 11-11, 1996
Albemarle, NC, 2001 (16)
Big Sandy, TX, 1975 (14)
Stephenville, TX, 1994 (16)
Holton, KS, 2005 (14)
Stephenville, TX, 1993 (16)
Shiloh Christian, AR, 2001
Holton, KS, 2003
Carthage, IL, 2000 (14)
Carthage, IL, 2003 (14)
Carthage, IL, 2002
Metamora, IL, 2000
Dodge Center Triton, MN, 2006 (13)
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
606.2
495.7
464.0
447.5
446.4
441.3
416.5
415.5
414.5
413.0
Riverside La Sierra, CA vs Riverside Ramona, CA, 2008
Riverside La Sierra, CA vs Riverside Ramona, CA, 2008
Ronan, MT vs. Libby, MT, 10-16, 2009
Stronghurst Southern, IL vs. Roseville, IL, 1979
Holton, KS vs. Seneca Nemaha Valley, KS, 2007
Polo, IL vs. Beloit South, WI, 11-7, 1984
Yorkville, IL vs. Riverside Riverside-Brookfield, IL, 10-9, 1999
Long Prairie, MN vs. Litchfield, MN, 9-27, 1991
Mendota, IL vs. Riverside Brookfield, IL, 1991
Holton, KS vs. Atchison, KS, 10-31, 2007
8.1
7.5
6.5
6.0
5.9
5.7
5.7
5.6
5.6
5.2
Sugar Land, TX, 1953 (7,274/12)
San Diego Morse, CA, 1990 (6,940/14)
Holton, KS, 2005 (6,496/14)
Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR, 1997 (6,713/15)
Holton, KS, 2003
Troy, OH, 1997 (4,854/11)
Vista Rancho Buena Vista, CA, 1989 (5,831/14)
Valley View, CA, 1991 (4,986/12)
Casa Grande, AZ, 1950
Vista Rancho Buena Vista, CA, 1988 (5,369/13)
Big Sandy, TX, 1975 (114/14)
Albemarle, NC, 2001 (120/15)
Holton, KS, 2005 (91/14)
Stephenville, TX, 1994 (96/16)
Holton, KS, 2003 (82/14)
Dodge Center Triton, MN, 2006 (74/13)
West Haven, CT, 1968
Stephenville, TX, 1993 (89/16)
Milbank, SD, 1958
Ashland Paul Blazer, KY, 1997 (57/11)
MOST PASSING YARDS
MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS
Season
Season
6,280 Pulaski Academy, AR, 2001
5,951 Lone Oak, KY, 2007 (15)
5,770 Kenton, OH, 2001 (15)
822 Holton, KS, 2008
806 Holton, KS, 1999
80
Football
Most Passing Yards, Season (Cont.)
Nitro, WV, 1998 (14)
Duncan Byrnes, SC, 2005
Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR, 1998 (15)
Charlotte Independence, NC, 2001
Srpingdale Shiloh Christian, AR, 2001
Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA, 1996 (15)
Newhall Hart, CA, 1998 (14)
42.6 Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI, 1983 (383/9)
41.5 Glen Ellyn Glenbard South, IL, 1984 (374/9)
40.7 Tuscola, IL, 1997 (488/12)
MOST COMPLETIONS
Season
Game
425
369
369
355
350
336
324
323
309
305
764
681
672
651
638
636
617
Pacific Palisades, CA vs. Van Nuys Grant, CA, 2000
Pulaski Academy, AR, 2001
Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR vs. Junction City, AR, 11-28, 1999
Sheldon Clark, KY vs. Allen Central, KY, 1991
Mogadore, OH vs. Atwater, OH, 11-10, 1956 (98 att., 38 com.)
Newport News, VA vs. Denbigh, VA, 11-4, 1966 (NN 60-13)
Hazard Perry County Central, KY, vs. Paintsville Johnson Central,
KY, 1997
590 Turkey Valley, TX vs. Chillicothe, TX, 11-7, 1986 (CTV 61-15, 46
att., 28 com.)
589 Riverside Riverside-Brookfield, IL vs. Joliet Catholic, IL, 2001
588 Houston Elmore, TX vs. Houston Aldine Carver, TX, 1968
Game
46
45
44
41
41
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
396.7
367.3
366.5
365.9
352.7
349.9
347.7
344.9
342.6
335.4
Lone Oak, KY, 2007 (5,951/15)
Jackson Breathitt County, KY, 1999 (4,779/12)
Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA, 1992 (4,398/12)
Dover, OH, 2005 (4,025/11)
Blue Springs, MO, 1989 (3,527/10)
Tuscola, IL, 1997 (4,199/12)
Mission, TX, 1987 (4,520/13)
Mission, TX, 1990 (4,829/14)
Russell, KY, 1996 (4,111/12)
San Antonio Southwest, TX, 1986 (3,354/10)
40
39
39
38
38
34
26
23
23
23
23
Season
Kenton, OH, 2001
Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI, 1987
Nitro, WV, 1998
Charlotte Independence, NC, 2002
Burlington Cummings, NC, 1995
Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR, 2000
Lone Oak, KY, 2007
Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI, 1986
Los Angeles Franklin, CA, 1989
Rogers, TX, 1997
Riverside Riverside-Brookfield, IL, 11-10, 2001
35.0
28.9
28.4
26.2
25.5
24.0
23.8
22.9
22.6
22.5
98 Mogadore, OH vs. Atwater, OH, 11-10, 1956
74 Riverside Riverside-Brookfield, IL vs. Yorkville, IL, 2002
74 Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI vs. Stevens Point Pacelli,
WI, 10-6, 1984 (SPP 19-14)
68 Dothan Northview, AL vs. Greenville, AL, 1987 (G 33-23)
66 Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI vs. Mauston, WI, 10-12,
1984 (MC 35-14)
66 Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI vs. Eau Claire Regis, WI,
11-29, 1983 (ECR 30-23)
64 Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI vs. Chippewa Falls, WI, 9-5,
1986 (MC 27-26)
64 Beaumont, TX vs. Port Arthur Thomas Jefferson, TX, 10-11, 1968
(PATJ 41-21)
63 Nederland, CO vs. Lyons, CO, 10-15, 1971 (L 38-14)
62 Mission, TX vs. Corpus Christi Miller, TX, 1991
62 Glen Ellyn Glenbard South, IL vs. Naperville Central, 1984
62 Rapid City Central, SD, 2000
Polacca Hopi, AZ, 1988 (350/10)
Blue Springs, MO, 1989 (289/10)
Louisville Doss, KY, 1996 (369/13)
Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI,
Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI,
Mission, TX, 1988 (216/9)
Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI,
Tuscola, IL, 1997
Mission, TX, 1991 (271/12)
Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI,
1981 (236/9)
1989
1987 (309/13)
1986 (270/12)
MOST PASSING TOUCHDOWNS
Season
92
85
80
77
76
67
66
66
65
65
Lone Oak, KY, 2007
Pulaski Academy, AR, 2001
Greenwood, AR, 2006
Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR, 2001
Kenton, OH, 2002
Greenwood, AR, 2005
Charlotte Independence, NC, 2004
Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR, 1998
Nitro, WV, 1998
Los Angeles Cathedral, CA, 1999
Game — One Team
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI,
Polacca Hopi, AZ, 1988
Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI,
Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI,
Blue Springs, MO, 1989 (447/10)
Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI,
Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI,
Los Angeles Wilson, CA, 11-4, 1977
Lone Oak, KY, 2007
Boyle County, KY vs. Estill County, KY, 1997
Magoffin County, KY, 10-27, 1995
Boyle County, KY vs. Estill County, KY, 1997
Dover, OH vs. Gnadenhutten Indian Valley, OH, 10-21, 2005
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
Game — One Team
49.7
49.5
47.0
45.1
44.7
44.2
43.7
Pacific Palisades, CA vs. Los Angeles Jordan, CA, 1987
Memphis Westwood, TN vs. Memphis Southside, TN, 10-21, 1994
Mission, TX vs. Corpus Christi Miller, TX, 1991
Mission, TX vs. Houston Aldine, TX, 1990
Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI vs. Eau Claire Regis, WI,
10-31, 1981 (MC 36-16)
Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI vs. Stevens Point Pacelli,
WI, 10-17, 1987 (CF 37-25)
San Antonio Southwest, TX vs. Pleasanton, TX, 1986
Laytonville, CA vs. Anderson Valley, CA, 1985
Nitro, WV vs. Dupont, WV, 10-24, 1997
Mogadore, OH vs. Atwater, OH, 11-10, 1956
Half
MOST PASS ATTEMPTS
674
611
610
584
550
546
535
524
512
503
503
Nitro, WV, 1998 (14)
Kenton, OH, 2000
Louisville Doss, KY, 1996 (13)
Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR, 2001
Polacca Hopi, AZ, 1988
Charlotte Independence, NC, 2002
Los Angeles Franklin, CA, 1989
Pacific Palisades, CA, 1987
Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI, 1987 (13)
Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR, 2000
11
11
10
10
10
9
9
1984 (497/10)
1987 (611/13)
1989 (496/11)
1981 (398/9)
1986 (524/12)
81
Smithfield Westside, VA vs. Franklin Hayden, VA (0), 1967
Pulaski Academy, AR, 2001
Nitro, WV vs. Morgantown, WV, 12-5, 1998
Sardis North Panola, MS vs. Coldwater, MS, 1990
Pacific Palisades, CA vs. Malibu Camp Kilpatrick, CA, 1999
Louisville Male, KY vs. Louisville Seneca, KY, 1997
Seth Sherman, WV vs. Chapmanville, WV, 1972
FB
5,526
5,513
5,272
5,192
5,000
4,936
4,838
Most Pass Attempts, Per Game – Season (Cont.)
Football
FEWEST YARDS RUSHING ALLOWED
Season
117
184
255
267
303
329
346
436
472
569
DEFENSE-MINDED — With 11 shutouts in 2006, the Cavaliers of
Aberdeen Roncalli, SD, tied for fifth on the all-time list for most shutouts
in a season.
FEWEST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED
Most Passing Touchdowns, Game – One Team (Cont.)
Season
9 Newport News, VA vs. Newport News Denbigh, VA, 11-4, 1966
9 Los Angeles Cathedral, CA vs. Panorama City St. Genevieve, CA,
1998
9 Sisseton, SD, 2008
17
61
65
66
71
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.1
3.9
3.8
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.3
3.3
3.3
Season
51
50
48
43
43
41
41
41
40
40
40
MOST SHUTOUTS
Diamond Bar, CA, 1984
Brenham, TX, 1966
Celeste, TX, 1983
Woodruff, SC, 1983
La Mirada Neff, CA, 1974
Carpinteria, CA, 1987
Freeport Aquin, IL, 1981
West Covina, CA, 1971
Tucson Sabino, AZ, 1989
Carpinteria, CA, 1988
Tucson Sabino, AZ, 1992
Game
Consecutive
18
13
11
11
10
10
10
10
Shelbyville Bedford County Training, TN (1942-49)
Arcadia, NE (1955-56)
Portsmouth Woodrow Wilson, VA (1926-27)
Reese, MI (1958-59)
McLeod, TX (1943-44)
Pittsfield, IL (1969-71)
North Muskegon, MI (1940-42)
Los Angeles, CA (1898-99)
Arcola, IL (1934-35)
Hamilton, AL (1928-30)
Waco, TX (1921-22)
Los Angeles, CA (1897-99)
Boyne City, MI (1936-37)
9
9
9
9
Sandpoint, ID vs. Bonners Ferry, ID, 1928
Clintonville, WI vs. Shawano, WI, 10-22, 1987
Hallettsville Sacred Heart, TX vs. Concordia Lutheran, TX, 1992
Denver Christian, CO vs. Platte Canyon, CO, 10-23, 1982
Argenta Oreana, IL vs. Havana, IL, 1986
Woodruff, SC, 1983
Phoenix Union, AZ vs. Yuma, AZ, 1948
Montgomery County, MO vs. St. Peters Lutheran, MO, 10-25,
2003
Celeste, TX vs. High Island, TX, 1983
Mesa, AZ vs. Yuma, AZ, 1937
Lisle Benet, IL vs. Lombard Montini, IL, 10-4, 1986
New Braunfels, TX vs Seguin, TX, 51-6, 2008
MOST SAFETIES
Season
14
13
13
12
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
Portsmouth Woodrow Wilson, VA, 1926
Brandon-Valley, SD, 1982
Aberdeen Roncalli, SD, 2006
Yankton, SD, 1996
Bon Homme, SD, 2008
MOST INTERCEPTIONS
Blue Springs, MO, 1989 (42/10)
Tuscola, IL, 1997 (50/12)
Mission, TX, 1987 (54/13)
Princeton, CA, 1993 (45/11)
Mission, TX, 1990 (54/14)
Nashville, AR, 1996 (57/15)
Dover, OH, 2005 (41/11)
Athena Weston McEwen, OR, 1973 (33/9)
Alamosa, CO, 2006 (52/14)
Rogers, TX, 1997 (53/16)
Plymouth, NC, 1989
Metairie Park Country Day, LA, 1984 (40/12)
DEFENSE
52
19
18
16
16
15
15
15
14
14
14
14
14
Homerville Clinch County, GA, 2004 (15 games)
Mount Vernon Rockcastle County, KY, 2001 (15 games)
Jefferson City Helias, MO, 1979 (10 games)
Richmond Burton, IL, 1986 (9 games)
LeRoy, IL, 1974
Lexington, IL, 1973 (9 games)
La Cueva, NM, 2003 (13 games)
Canton, SD, 1971
Yankton, SD, 1983
Brandon-Valley, SD, 1974
Game
Daingerfield, TX (1983)
Pittsburgh Perry, PA (2002)
Grand Junction, CO (1936)
Pittsburg, TX (1980)
Aberdeen Roncalli, SD (2006)
Big Sandy, TX (1975)
Stockdale, TX (1963)
Jackboro, TX (1962)
Newcastle, TX (1951)
Mission, TX (1941)
Gilmer, TX (1941)
Wichita Falls, TX (1941)
Corsicana, TX (1932)
Liberty, TX (1929)
Waco, TX (1927)
Waco, TX (1926)
Waco, TX (1925)
Abilene, TX (1923)
Waco, TX (1923)
Berkeley, CA (1907)
Monmouth Yorkwood, IL (1983)
5 Montezuma Macon County, GA vs. Stewart-Quitman, GA, 9-30,
1983 (MC, 39-6)
5 Linden, NJ vs. Newark East Side, NJ, 1989 (L 35-0)
5 Niobrara County, WY vs. Pine Bluffs, WY, 9-15, 2000
4 Pebble Beach Stevenson, CA, vs. Carmel, CA, 1987
4 Santa Rosa Cardinal Newman, CA, vs. Fort Bragg, CA, 1968
4 Buckeye, AZ vs. Tempe, AZ, 1931
MOST FUMBLES RECOVERED
Season
42
41
38
38
36
35
35
35
82
Hartsville, SC, 1989
Carson, CA, 1971
Casey Casey-Westfield, IL, 1985
Pilot Point, TX, 1992
Homer, LA, 1985
Pittsburg Colgan, KS, 1999
Greenville, IL, 1990
Hilton Head, SC, 1988
Football
Ken Hall
T.A. McLendon
Brett Law
Michael Hart
The colorful history of high school football is composed of countless outstanding offensive performers who have taken on legendary status. The impressive list is almost endless — Red Grange, Dike Eddleman, Gale Sayers, Billy Sims, Earl Campbell, Pat Haden, Herschel Walker, Emmitt Smith, etc.
One legendary high school football player whose name has dominated the pages of the National High School Sports Record Book is tailback
Ken Hall of Sugar Land, TX, known as the “Sugar Land Express.’’ During his sensational career, Hall established 17 national offensive records which
had endured nearly five decades of assault from almost one million high school football players each year. But as the years passed, the scoring accomplishments of running back Brett Law of Sheridan, IN, T.A. McLendon of Albemarle, NC, and Michael Hart of Nedrow Onondaga, NY, would ascend
the all-time scoring ranks.
Operating out of Sugar Land High School’s potent single wing attack, Hall rushed for 11,232 yards during his career. The Texas tailback was just the
second high school football player to rush for more than 4,000 yards in a season in 1953 and averaged 337.1 yards per game.
Hall’s finest hour may have come against Houston Lutheran, TX, on October 9, 1953. On only 11 carries that day, he rushed for 520 yards, an average of 47.3 yards every time he touched the ball. Hall also returned a kickoff 64 yards, ran back a punt 82 yards and returned an interception 21 yards
en route to scoring seven touchdowns. Following his legendary prep career, Hall played under Paul “Bear’’ Bryant for three years at Texas A&M and then
played professionally with several clubs in the Canadian Football League, the American Football League and the National Football League. He is a member of the National High School Hall of Fame.
Football running back Brett Law was not even born when “Sugar Land Express’’ Ken Hall established prep scoring and rushing records. But now
this farmer’s son is well aware of Hall’s records after finishing a prolific scoring career at Sheridan, IN, from 1986 to 1989. Not only did Law challenge
Hall’s longstanding records, the high-scoring Hoosier caught up and eventually passed the Texas legend in some scoring categories.
Law finished his prep career with 952 points — 53 points more than Hall’s all-time mark of 899 points established from 1950 to 1953. Law also found
the end zone 141 times to surpass the 127 overall touchdowns mark held by Hall.
In 1988, Law scored 453 points in 14 football games, an average of 32.4 points per game that ranks second on the all-time chart. Law set a national record with 66 touchdowns scored in a season (now third) — nine more than Hall’s former national best — for an average of 4.7 TDs a game, fifth on
the all-time list. Law also had 55 rushing touchdowns in 1988, which ranks seventh all time. To cap off his record-setting 1988 campaign, Law led the
Sheridan team to an undefeated season and a second consecutive state title.
Mounting an assault on both Hall’s and Law’s record numbers was T.A. McLendon of Albemarle, NC. The 5-foot-11, 214-pound running back led
tiny Albemarle to the 2001 North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 1AA state title. Along the way, he had quite a few individual accomplishments as well.
McLendon became the all-time leader in career points, becoming the first high school player to finish a career with more than 1,000 points. His 428
points as a senior ranks third on the all-time list.
He also claimed the national records for touchdowns in a career and in a season. His totals of 178 and 71, respectively, bumped Law to second
place on each list.
However, the best high school running back might have been Michael Hart of Nedrow Onondaga, NY.
From 2000 to 2003, Hart amassed amazing
rushing statistics, including national records for
most points in a career (1,246), most career
touchdowns (204), most touchdowns per game
in a season (5.2) and 100-yard games in a
career (47 – now ranks second).
All-Time Scoring Leaders
Hart
Hall
Law
McLendon
Most Points/Career
1,246 (1st)
899 (5th)
952 (3rd)
1,076 (2nd)
Hart also gave Hall his biggest scare, finishing just 197 yards short of Hall’s total for
career rushing yards.
Most Points/Season
406 (5th)
395 (6th)
453 (1st)
428 (3rd)
Most Points/Per Game Season
31.2 (5th)
32.9 (1st)
32.4 (2nd)
28.5 (6th)
Hart, who played collegiately at the
University of Michigan, now is with the
Indianapolis Colts of the National Football
League.
Most Touchdowns/Season
67 (2nd)
57
66 (3rd)
71 (1st)
Most Touchdowns/Per Game/Season
5.2 (1st)
4.8 (4th)
4.7 (5th)
4.7 (5th)
Most Touchdowns/Career
204 (1st)
127
141 (6th)
178 (2nd)
83
FB
Rushing Royalty
Football
REACHING FOR HIGH GOALS — Placekicker Philip Doyle (left) of
Birmingham Huffman, AL, is fifth all-time in career field goals made (43)
and is tied for the lead in season field goals made (22). Doyle would later
go on to the University of Alabama, where he tied the National Collegiate
Athletic Association Division I record for career field-goal attempts (105).
Doyle also tied for No. 3 in career field goals made (78) and was the 1990
consensus All-American placekicker. Shayne Graham (right) of Dublin
Pulaski County, VA, concluded his high school football career in 1995 with
38 career field goals, which ranks eighth on the all-time list.
Most Fumbles Recovered, Season (Cont.)
35
34
34
34
34
9
9
9
9
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Most Points, Season (Cont.)
395
388
382
379
374
Pikeville, KY, 1987
Pikeville, KY, 1986
Carthage Hancock Central, IL, 1984
Union County, KY, 1976
Stockton, IL 1991
Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX), 1953 (57 TDs, 53 con.)
Tyler Ebell (Ventura, CA), 2000
Aaron Johnson (Villa Grove, IL), 1992
Kirk Elsworth (Goodrich, MI), 2004
Jermaine Dye (Malibu Kilpatrick, CA), 1999
Game
Game
10
10
10
10
RECORD-BREAKING KICK — Jimmy Stevens (above) of Oklahoma
City Heritage Hall, OK, kicks his 49th career field goal, setting the national record. Stevens kicked one more field goal to finish his career in 2006
with 50. He also holds a share of the national record for most field goals in
one season with 22.
Gilbert, AZ vs. Wickesburg, AZ, 1961
Downers Grove, IL vs. Aurora West, IL, 1922
Eminence, KY vs. Frankfort, KY, 1998
Lincoln Prep Academy, MO vs. Kansas City Northeast, MO, 11-2,
1985
Tucson Salpointe, AZ vs. Phoenix Union, AZ, 1970
Mesa, AZ vs. Chandler, AZ, 1973
Mesa Mountain View, AZ vs. Chandler, AZ, 1988
Bardstown, KY vs. Horse Cave Caverna, KY, 1994
Phoenix Union, AZ vs. Tucson Salpointe, AZ, 1970
Shelby, MT vs. Conrad, MT, 10-13, 1995
Medicine Lodge, KS vs. Douglass, KS, 1988
Pikeville, KY vs. Wheelwright, KY, 1987 (P 38-0)
Maiden, NC vs. Bunker Hill, NC, 1986
Oak Lawn Community, IL vs. Midlothian Bremen, IL, 1964
Hardin-Central, MO vs. Braymer, MO, 10-26, 1990
Alamosa, CO vs. Trinidad, CO, 1999
90 Elvin McCoy (Haven, KS), 11-16, 1927
88 Don Wile (Salem, IL) vs. Fairfield, IL, 10-8, 1943
80 Frank Greene (San Diego Coronado, CA) vs. Chula Vista
Sweetwater, CA, 1929
78 Eddie Byrge (Huntsville, TN), 10-26, 1968
77 Ernie Perea (Los Lunas, NM), 11-11, 1967
75 Jiggs Ray (Pilot Point, TX) vs. Tom Bean, TX, 1937
72 Don Gullett (South Shore McKell, KY), 11-8, 1968
72 Harold Cummings (Clermont, FL) vs. Orlando St. James, FL, 1121, 1953
72 Ken Pearson (Hugo, CO), 1930
72 Don Pressly (West Frankfort, IL), vs. Carbondale Community, IL,
1928
72 Ralph Colsen (East Boston, MA), vs. Boston South Boston, MA
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
32.9
32.4
32.0
31.9
31.2
28.5
27.4
27.0
27.0
INDIVIDUAL
OFFENSE
MOST POINTS
Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX), 1953 (395/12)
Brett Law (Sheridan, IN), 1988 (453/14)
Levi Ferguson (New Sharon North Mahaska, IA), 2005 (416/13)
Harold “Red” Grange (Wheaton, IL), 1920 (255/8)
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2003 (406/13)
T.A. McLendon (Albemarle, NC), 2001 (428/15)
Dick Bass (Vallejo, CA), 1954 (256/9)
Brett Law (Sheridan, IN), 1989 (297/11)
Brad Hocker (Archie, MO), 1989 (324/12)
Career
1,246
1,076
952
924
899
890
884
874
866
847
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2000-03
T.A. McLendon (Albemarle, NC), 1999-2001
Brett Law (Sheridan, IN), 1986-89
Kevin Grady Jr. (East Grand Rapids, MI), 2001-04
Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX), 1950-53 (127 TDs, 137 con.)
Hubert Bobo (Chauncey-Chauncey Dover, OH), 1949-52
Brad Hocker (Archie, MO), 1988-91
Lorenzo Booker (Ventura St. Bonaventure, CA), 1999-2001
Tyler Tonderum (Armstrong-Ringsted, IA) 2006-09
Levi Ferguson (New Sharon North Mahaska, IA), 2002-05
JUST FOR KICKS — Robert
Menchinger (right) ranks fourth
with 258 extra points for Jimtown,
IN, from 1996 to 1999. He also
ranks fifth with 312 total points kicking. Menchinger not only kicked for
Jimtown, he virtually never left the
field as he also played quarterback
and defensive back. He practiced
his kicking with the help of a homemade goalpost in his backyard built
by his father and him.
Season
453
449
428
416
406
Brett Law (Sheridan, IN), 1988
Josh Smith (Attica, IN), 2000
T.A. McLendon (Albemarle, NC), 2001
Levi Ferguson (New Sharon North Mahaska, IA), 2005
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2003
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MOST TOUCHDOWNS
Career
204
178
160
151
143
141
138
137
136
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2000-03
T.A. McLendon (Albemarle, NC), 1999-2001
Terrance Wilkes (Wadley, AL), 2003-06
Kevin Grady Jr. (East Grand Rapids, MI), 2001-04
Tyler Tonderum (Armstrong-RIngsted, IA), 2009
Brett Law (Sheridan, IN), 1986-89
Demetrius “Mac” Campbell (Alexandria, AL), 1994-97
Lorenzo Booker (Ventura St. Bonaventure, CA), 1999-2001
Ryan Beckham (Idalia, CO), 1990-93
71
67
66
64
64
63
60
60
59
57
57
T.A. McLendon (Albemarle, NC), 2001
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2003
Brett Law (Sheridan, IN), 1988
Levi Ferguson (New Sharon North Mahaska, IA), 2005
Tyler Ebell (Ventura, CA), 2000
Josh Smith (Attica, IN), 2000
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2002
Sean Shafar (Bedford, IA), 1998
DeShaun Foster (Tustin, CA), 1997
Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX), 1953
Jermaine Marshall (Malibu Camp Kilpatrick, CA) 1999
CAREER KICKING LEADERS — Joe Garcia (left) of Olathe North, KS,
is listed several times in the Record Book for his kicking accomplishments.
Garcia finished his career with 214 points kicking, including 112 his senior
season and 17 points in one game in 1996. He is also listed for 19 field
goals in one season. Tuscumbia Deshler, AL, kicker Jerrod Henry (right)
ranks second on the all-time list of points scored by a kicker. His total of 334
from 2002 to 2005 is second only to Tyler Lewis of Albermarle, NC, who tallied 428 from 2000 to 2003.
Game
Most Touchdowns, Per Game — Season (Cont.)
13 Ricky Lanier (Williamston Hayes, NC) vs. Snow Hill, NC, 1967
13 Elvin McCoy (Haven, KS) vs. Sylvia, KS, 11-16, 1927
12 Harold Cummings (Clermont, FL) vs. Orlando St. James, FL, 1121, 1953
12 Ken Pearson (Hugo, CO), 1930
12 Ralph Colsen (East Boston, MA) vs. South Boston, MA, 1928
11 Don Gullett (South Shore McKell, KY) vs. Wurtland, KY, 1968
11 Jiggs Ray (Pilot Point, TX) vs. Tom Bean, TX, 1937
11 Frank Greene (San Diego Coronado, CA) vs. Chula Vista
Sweetwater, CA, 1929
11 Cecil Hardy (Flint Central, MI) vs. Lapeer, MI, 9-26, 1914
11 Eddie Byrge (Huntsville, TN) vs. Sunbright, TN, 1968
4.5 Harold “Red’’ Grange (Wheaton, IL), 1920 (36/8)
4.2 Dave Dotson (Valley View, CA), 1991 (46/11)
4.1 Dick Bass (Vallejo, CA), 1954 (37/9)
MOST FIELD GOALS
Career
50
48
48
46
43
39
39
38
37
36
36
36
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
5.2
5.1
4.9
4.8
4.7
4.7
4.6
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2003 (67/13)
John Giannantonio (Netcong, NJ), 1950 (41/8)
Levi Ferguson (New Sharon North Mahaska, IA), 2005 (64/13)
Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX), 1953 (57/12)
T.A. McLendon (Albemarle, NC), 2001 (71/15)
Brett Law (Sheridan, IN), 1988 (66/14)
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2002 (60/13)
Jimmy Stevens (Oklahoma City Heritage Hall, OK), 2003-06
Brian Bond (Hacienda Heights Wilson, CA), 1999-2000
Tomas Sanchez (Arlington Heights, TX), 1995-98
Jake Bundrick (Cairo, GA), 1998-2001
Philip Doyle (Birmingham Huffman, AL), 1983-86
Shawn Payne (Owensboro Catholic, KY), 1996-99
John Vaughn (Brentwood Academy, TN), 1999-2002
Shayne Graham (Dublin Pulaski County, VA), 1992-95
Austin Herbert (Cary, NC), 1997-99
Michael Cortright (Phoenix St. Mary’s, AZ), 1983-85
Kevin Kerr (Cincinnati St. Xavier, OH), 1995-98
Kevin Eberhart (Broomfield, CO), 1999-2002
Season
22
22
22
21
21
20
20
20
19
19
19
19
19
19
Jimmy Stevens (Oklahoma City Heritage Hall, OK), 2005
Chris Sailer (Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, CA), 1994
Philip Doyle (Birmingham Huffman, AL), 1985
Joe Tassone (Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas, FL), 1997
James Wilhoit (Hendersonville, TN), 2001
Connor Barth (Wilmington Hoggard, NC), 2003
Kevin Kerr (Cincinnati St. Xavier, OH), 1998
Trey Mitchell (Radford, VA), 2003
Joe Garcia (Olathe North, KS), 1996
Kyle Bryant (College Station A&M Consolidated, TX), 1992
Michael Cortright (Phoenix St. Mary’s, AZ), 1985
Cory Lizarraga (Lakeside Blue Ridge, AZ), 1997
Kai Forbath (Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, CA), 1994
Dane Prewitt (Hewitt-Trussville, AL), 1990
Game
9 Dominic Gutierrez (Albuquerque Menaul, NM) vs. Newcomb, NM,
9-21, 1990 (26, 29, 23, 22, 19, 19, 20, 20 and 21)
7 Kevin Knope (Rochester Greece Olympia, NY) vs. Rochester
Greece Arcadia, NY, 10-28, 1989 (30, 25, 30, 49, 20, 28 and 24)
7 Chris Pulsifer (St. Johns, AZ) vs. Red Mesa, AZ, 1999
6 Juan Lagos (Dumas, TX) vs. Canyon Randall, TX, 1990
6 Craig Stopa (Louisville Ballard, KY) vs. Louisville Central, KY, 1981
6 Scott Barriger (Whittemore-Prescott, MI) vs. Ecorse, MI, 10-7,
2000
5 Jeremy Kelley (Mesa Mountain View, AZ) vs. Tempe Marcos de
Niza, 1996
5 Andy Locke (Austin Westlake, TX) vs. Austin Lanier, TX, 1986
CAROLINA KICKERS — Scott Campbell of Central D.W. Daniel, SC
(left), ranks third for most career points kicking. His mark of 327 points
came on 32 field goals and 231 extra points, which ranks fifth all time on
that list. Tyler Lewis of Albemarle, NC, (right) is the national record-holder for career kicking points, extra points in a career and extra points in a
season.
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MOST EXTRA POINTS KICKING
Career
350
277
276
258
231
215
213
212
206
202
Tyler Lewis (Albemarle, NC), 2000-03
Jerrod Henry (Tuscumbia Deshler, AL), 2002-05
Brad Barnhouse (Charlotte Independence, NC), 2002-04
Robert Menchinger (Jimtown, IN), 1996-99
Scott Campbell (Central D.W. Daniel, SC), 1996-99
Chris Peoples (Vian, OK), 2006-09
Allen Williams (Lynchburg Moore County, TN) 1996-99
Jason Fernandez (Southlake Carroll, TX), 1988-90
Gio Podesto (Modesto Central Catholic, CA), 2002-04
Patrick Byrne (Brewton T.R. Miller, AL), 1998-2001
Season
112
106
100
98
97
97
96
96
92
92
READY, SET, HUT-KA — Patrick Hutka (above left), a quarterback at
Rogers, TX, was the catalyst for one of high school football’s most exciting
offenses during the 1997 season. Hutka ranks third in the National High
School Sports Record Book for total yards in a season (5,959) and holds
the national record for total plays in a season (718). He also ranks eighth
for yards per game (372.4), 23rd for passing yards in a season (4,477), and
eighth for plays per game (44.9). On the receiving end of 122 passes in
1997, which ranks sixth all time, was Josh Whatley (above right). As a
team, Rogers is ranked in numerous categories, including passing
attempts in a season (503), passing touchdowns per game (3.3), and most
plays in a season (897).
Tyler Lewis (Albemarle, NC), 2001
Tyler Lewis (Albemarle, NC), 2002
Brad Barnhouse (Charlotte Independence, NC), 2004
Gio Podesto (Modesto Central Catholic, CA), 2004
Cory Morgan (Hickory, NC), 1996
Taylor Begley (Danville Boyle County, KY), 2000
Ryan Berman (Charlotte Independence, NC), 2001
Brad Barnhouse (Charlotte Independence, NC), 2003
Jacob Michael (Antioch Ezell-Harding, TN), 2001
Jared White (Hartsville Trousdale County, TN), 2005
Game
24 Nelson Stuit (Muskegon, MI) vs. Hastings, MI, 9-28, 1912 (30 atts.)
19 Heinie Bauer (Muskegon, MI) vs. Holland, MI, 10-15-1911
18 George Williamson (Bakersfield, CA) vs. San Luis Obispo Cal
Poly, CA, 1920
16 Bart Macomber (Oak Park River Forest, IL) vs. Chicago
Englewood, IL, 10-28, 1911
15 Tom Hammond (Chicago Hyde Park, IL) vs. Brooklyn Poly, NY,
12-6, 1902
15 Vic Gustafson (Wheaton, IL) vs. Sycamore, IL, 1923
15 Paul Fassoth (Hitchcock Military, CA) vs. Vallejo Cemolay, CA,
1921
15 Johnny Hunter (San Diego, CA) vs. Carlsbad Army-Navy, CA, 1920
15 Alfred Griggs (Exeter, CA) vs. Hanford, CA, 1914
14 George Williamson (Bakersfield, CA) vs. Azusa Citrus, CA, 1920
14 Ed McEneany, (Santa Clara Prep, CA) vs. San Francisco Ft.
Funston, CA, 1921
Most Field Goals, Game (Cont.)
5 Ignacio Brache (Sun Valley Village Christian, CA) vs. Orange
South California Christian, CA, 1994
5 Michael Gale (Western Guilford, NC) vs. Northwest Guilford, NC,
10-5, 1990
5 Tim Hatcher (Orange El Modena, CA) vs. Anaheim Canyon, CA,
1988
5 Clint Parson (Irving Nimitz, TX) vs. Irving, TX, 1985
5 Al Zendejas (Chino Don Lugo, CA) vs. Fullerton Sunny Hills, CA,
1984
5 Scott Webb (La Mesa Helix, CA) vs. El Cajon Granite Hills, CA,
1982
5 John Lee (Downey, CA) vs. Cerritos Gahr, CA, 1980
5 Luis Zendejas (Chino Don Lugo, CA) vs. Claremont, CA, 1980
5 Dave Dunwoodie (Huntington Park, CA) vs. Bell, CA, 1970
5 Cary Greenfield (Leesburg Loudon County, VA) vs. Shenandoah
Junction Jefferson County, WV, 8-27, 1999
5 Mark Smith (Santa Maria Valley Christian, CA) vs. Los Angeles
Ribet Academy, CA, 1992
5 Jimmy Stevens (Oklahoma City Heritage Hall, OK) vs. Prague,
OK, 9-9, 2005
5 Ian O’Connor (Knoxville Halls, TN), 2002
Consecutive
134
106
93
86
81
Kim Braswell (Avondale Estates, GA), 1965-68
Jacob Noe (Nashville Hillsboro, TN), 2007-08
Jason Bondzio (Humble, TX), 2001-03
Mike Jones (Steubenville, OH), 1998-2000
Scott Bentley (Aurora Overland, CO), 1989-92
Longest
68 Dirk Borgognone (Reno, NV) vs. Sparks, NV, 9-27, 1985
67 Russ Cowsert (Dallas Christian, TX) vs. Fort Worth Nolan, TX,
1987
67 Rusty Curry (Duluth, GA) vs. Norcross, GA, 9-3, 1999
65 Graham Gano (Cantonment Tate, FL) vs. Fort Walton Beach, FL,
9-9, 2004
64 Graham Gano (Cantonment Tate, FL) vs. New Orleans Cohen,
LA, 10-29, 2004
64 Dusty Griffiths (Centennial Eaglecrest, CO) vs. Boulder Fairview,
CO, 9-21, 2001
64 Erik Affholter (Agoura Oak Park, CA) vs. Carpinteria, CA, 10-16,
1982 (C, 14-13)
64 Gerry McGroarty (Wilkes-Barre Bishop Hoban, PA) vs. Hazelton
Bishop Hafey, PA, 9-27, 2003
63 Todd Sievers (Ankeny, IA) vs. Fort Dodge, IA, 10-10, 1997
63 Travis Dorsch (Bozeman, MT) vs. Salmon, ID, 10-4, 1997
63 Jeremy Flores (Willard, MO) vs. Marshfield, MO, 11-5, 1997
63 Tim Sydnes (Putnam City West, OK), 10-14, 1994
63 Dax Langley (Conyers Heritage, GA) vs. Athens Cedar Shoals,
GA, 11-5, 1993
63 Todd Sauerbrun (Ward Melville, NY) vs. Centereach, NY, 10-27,
1990
SUNFLOWER STATE SENSATION — During his remarkable career at
Wichita Collegiate, KS, from 1992 to 1995, DeAngelo Evans rushed for
8,472 yards, which ranks 19th all-time, and for 120 touchdowns, which
ranks tied for tenth. In addition, the 5-9, 212-pound Evans won the 100meter dash at the Kansas State High School Activities Association state
track meet as a sophomore, and he also was a standout basketball player.
He subsequently attended the University of Nebraska, where he played Iback for the Cornhuskers football team.
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Most Points Kicking, Career (Cont.)
279 Shayne Graham (Dublin Pulaski County, VA), 1992-95 (38 field
goals, 165 extra points)
261 Jordan Congdon (San Diego St. Augustine, CA), 2002-04 (33
field goals, 162 extra points)
257 Chris Peoples (Vian, OK), 2006-09
256 Patrick Byrne (Brewton T.R. Miller, AL), 1998-01
148 Taylor Begley (Danville Boyle County, KY), 2000 (17 field goals,
97 extra points)
130 Tyler Lewis (Albemarle, NC), 2001 (6 field goals, 112 extra points)
130 Tyler Lewis (Albemarle, NC), 2002 (8 field goals, 106 extra points)
130 Kai Forbath (Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, CA), 2004 (19 field
goals, 77 extra points)
125 Gio Podesto (Modesto Central Catholic, CA), 2004 (9 field goals,
98 extra points)
117 Shon Rouser (East Duplin, NC), 1997 (12 field goals, 75 extra
points)
112 Joe Garcia (Olathe North, KS), 1996 (19 field goals, 55 extra
points)
111 Matt Fields (Charlotte Independence, NC), 2000 (8 field goals, 87
extra points)
111 Nick Sparks (Rancho SM San Margarita, CA), 1997 (12 field
goals, 75 extra points)
109 Kevin Kerr (Cincinnati St. Xavier, OH), 1998 (20 field goals, 49
extra points)
BACKFIELD IN MOTION — Although both later played in the University of
Oklahoma backfield, Billy Sims (above left) of Hooks, TX, and David
Overstreet (above right) of Big Sandy, TX, were standout high school running backs in the Lone Star state. Sims, the 1978 Heisman Trophy winner,
ranks nationally in career rushing yards with 7,738 while Overstreet logged
7,652 career rushing yards.
Game
Most Extra Points Kicking, Consecutive (Cont.)
81
81
79
77
76
27 Dominic Gutierrez (Albuquerque Menaul, NM) vs. Newcombe,
NM, 9-21, 1990 (9 field goals)
24 Nelson Stuit (Muskegon, MI) vs. Hastings, MI, 9-28, 1912 (24
extra points)
21 Kevin Knope (Rochester Greece Olympia, NY) vs. Rochester
Greece Arcadia, NY, 10-28, 1989 (7 field goals)
21 Chris Pulsifer (St. Johns, AZ) vs. Red Mesa, AZ, 1999 (7 field
goals)
18 Jimmy Stevens (Oklahoma City Heritage Hall, OK) vs. Prague,
OK, 9-9, 2005 (5 field goals, 3 extra points)
18 George Williamson (Bakersfield, CA) vs. San Luis Obispo Cal
Poly, 1920 (18 extra points)
Steve Bayer (Claremont, CA), 1984-85
Ross Krautman (Franklin Lakes Ramapo, NJ), 2008-09
Joe Elliott (Cleveland, TN), 2000-01
Mark Brasco (Jeannette, PA), 1982-83
Marshall Young (Woodlands McCullough, TX), 1990-91
MOST POINTS KICKING
Career
428 Tyler Lewis (Albemarle, NC), 2000-03 (36 field goals, 350 extra
points)
334 Jerrod Henry (Tuscumbia Deshler, AL), 2002-05 (19 field goals,
277 extra points)
327 Scott Campbell (Central D.W. Daniel, SC), 1996-99 (32 field
goals, 231 extra points)
313 Jimmy Stevens (Oklahoma City Heritage Hall, OK), 2003-06 (50
field goals, 163 extra points)
312 Robert Menchinger (Jimtown, IN), 1996-99 (18 field goals, 258
extra points)
297 Shon Rouser (East Duplin, NC), 1995-98 (33 field goals, 198
extra points)
RUSHING STANDOUTS — In 1987 Robert Strait of Cuero, TX, (above
left) tied the national record of 15 100-yard games in a season (now ranked
No. 3 all-time). The Texas running back also is the No. 23 career rusher
(8,411) and the No. 10 season rusher (3,515). Jamestown Ragsdale,
NC’s Toney Baker (above right) rushed into the National High School
Sports Record book after his 2004 senior season with a career mark of
10,241 rushing yards, putting him in fourth all time. Baker rushed for 3,411
yards in his junior season alone, putting him in 16th on the record list for
most rushing yards in a season. He also scored 131 touchdowns in his
career. Baker led Ragsdale to the North Carolina High School Athletic
Association state quarterfinals in 2003 and to a district championship in
2004.
THIS WALKER RUNS — Herschel Walker (above) of Wrightsville
Johnson County, GA, rushed for 6,137 career yards and in 1979 rushed
for 3,167 yards. Walker went on to the University of Georgia, where he won
the 1982 Heisman Trophy, and later played in the National Football League.
He also was a 2003 inductee into the National High School Hall of Fame.
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Most Total Yards, Season (Cont.)
5,052 Billy Barefield (San Antoinio Cornerstone Christian, TX), 2003
(1,554 rushing, 3,498 passing)
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
594.5
528.5
448.5
428.8
428.2
395.5
391.2
372.4
357.1
353.5
John Giannantonio (Netcong, NJ), 1950 (4,756/8)
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2002 (7,928/15)
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2001 (6,727/15)
Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX), 1953 (5,146/12)
Dusty Burk (Tuscola, IL), 1997 (5,138/12)
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2000 (3,955/10)
Percival Garner (Dover, OH), 2006 (5,086/13)
Patrick Hutka (Rogers, TX), 1997 (5,959/16)
Romaro Miller (Shannon, MS), 1996 (4,643/13)
Lupe Rodriguez (Mission, TX), 1987 (4,596/13)
MOST PLAYS
RUNNING WILD — Ronney Jenkins (left), a 5-foot-10, 170-pound running
back at Oxnard Hueneme, CA, ran for the third-most yards in a game on
November 9, 1995, when he exploded for a whopping 619 yards against
Oxnard Rio Mesa. One of the best running backs ever to play in South
Carolina is Demetris Summers (right) of Lexington, SC. Summers set the
national record with 46 100-yard games (now ranks third). He also had 120
rushing touchdowns and finished his career with 9,076 rushing yards.
Season
718
630
623
603
588
585
568
546
Most Points Kicking, Game (Cont.)
18 Alfred Griggs (Exeter, CA) vs. Hanford, CA, 1915, (1 field goal, 15
extra points)
17 Joe Garcia (Olathe North, KS) vs. Olathe South, KS, 11-1, 1996
(4 field goals, 5 extra points)
17 Ignacio Brache (Sun Valley Village Christian, CA) vs. Anaheim
Southern California Christian, CA, 1994 (5 field goals, 2 extra
points)
17 Tim Hatcher (Orange El Modena, CA) vs. Anaheim Canyon, CA,
1988 (5 field goals, 2 extra points)
17 Scott Webb (La Mesa Helix, CA) vs. La Mesa Granite Hills, CA,
1982 (5 field goals, 2 extra points)
17 Cary Greenfield (Leesburg Loudon County, VA) vs. Shenandoah
Junction Jefferson County, WV, 8-27, 1999 (5 field goals, 2 extra
points)
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
54.6 Todd Harings (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1984
(546/10)
53.2 Ben Gardow (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1989 (585/11)
52.9 Dave Geissler (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1981
(476/9)
50.3 Dusty Burk (Tuscola, IL), 1997 (603/12)
48.4 Andres De La Garza (Mission, TX), 1988 (436/9)
47.9 Ben Gardow (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1987 (623/13)
45.2 Lupe Rodriguez (Mission, TX), 1987 (588/13)
44.9 Patrick Hutka (Rogers, TX), 1997 (718/16)
44.8 Jeff Handy (Blue Springs, MO), 1989 (448/10)
40.6 Jimmy Jordan (Tallahassee Leon, FL), 1975 (568/14)
MOST TOTAL YARDS
MOST RUSHING YARDS
Career
Career (7,000 or more yards)
19,628 Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 1999-2002 (17,364 passing, 2,264 rushing)
16,590 Chris Leak (Charlotte Independence, NC), 1999-2002 (15,593
passing, 997 rushing)
14,710 J.R. House (Nitro, WV) 1995-98 (14,457 passing, 253 rushing)
14,558 Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX), 1950-53 (3,326 passing, 11,232 rushing)
12,315 Romaro Miller (Shannon, MS), 1993-96 (9,070 passing, 3,245
rushing)
12,310 Ernest Tinnin (Burlington Cummings, NC), 1990-93 (10,836 passing, 1,474 rushing)
12,105 Josh Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1990-93 (11,700
passing, 405 rushing)
11,604 Dave Garcia (Anton Arickaree, CO), 1983-86 (7,471 passing,
4,133 rushing)
11,451 Ron Cuccia (Los Angeles Wilson, CA), 1975-77 (8,804 passing,
2,647 rushing)
11,433 Keith Smith (Newbury Park, CA), 1991-93 (9,971 passing, 1,462
rushing)
11,232
11,045
10,895
10,241
9,668
9,662
9,442
9,426
9,193
9,076
9,004
8,855
8,844
5,494
5,453
5,146
5,138
5,086
Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX), 1950-53
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2000-03
Kevin Parks Jr. (Mount Ulla West Rowan, NC), 2006-09
Toney Baker (Jamestown Ragsdale, NC), 2001-04
Terrance Wilkes (Wadley, AL), 2003-06
Toby Gerhart (Norco, CA), 2002-05
Troy Fleming (Franklin Battle Ground Academy, TN), 1995-98
Tyrell Sutton (Akron Archbishop Hoban, OH), 2001-04
Brad Hocker (Archie, MO), 1988-91
Demetris Summers (Lexington, SC), 1999-2002
T.A. McLendon (Albemarle, NC), 1999-2001
Wes Danaher (Corpus Christi Calallen, TX), 1992-95
Monte Williams (Commerce, GA), 1997-2000
A GAME FOR THE AGES — In
1950, Johnny Giannantonio
(right) of Netcong, NJ, ran his way
to the national record for most
rushing yards in a game. His 754
yards against Mount Lakes that
fall still is the record to this day.
That season Giannantonio averaged an astounding 594.5 yards
per game, which is also a national
record.
Season
7,928
6,727
5,959
5,878
Patrick Hutka (Rogers, TX), 1997 (16)
Dave Huffcutt (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1986
Ben Gardow (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1987
Dusty Burk (Tuscola, IL), 1997
Lupe Rodriguez (Mission, TX), 1987
Ben Gardow (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1989 (11)
Jimmy Jordan (Tallahassee Leon, FL), 1975
Todd Harings (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1984 (10)
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2002 (6,540 passing, 1,388 rushing)
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2001 (5,770 passing, 957 rushing)
Patrick Hutka (Rogers, TX), 1997 (4,477 passing, 1,482 rushing)
Josh Floyd (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR), 1998 (5,221 passing, 657 rushing)
Chris Leak (Charlotte Independence, NC), 2002 (5,193 passing,
301 rushing)
Thomas Thrash (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2001
Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX), 1953 (4,045 rushing, 1,101 passing)
Dusty Burk (Tuscola, IL), 1997 (4,052 passing, 1,086 rushing)
Percival Garner (Dover, OH), 2006 (4,415 passing, 623 rushing,
48 receiving)
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GATOR STATE RUSHING
LEADER — Showing signs of
things to come in college and in
the NFL, Emmitt Smith (left)
starred at Pensacola Escambia, FL. At Escambia, Smith set
the national record for most
100-yard games with 45, (now
ranks fourth) including 28
straight games from 1984 to
1986. He finished his high
school career with 8,804 yards
(ranks 14th all time) on 1,127
carries. Smith then went to the
University of Florida and the
Dallas Cowboys, where he
became the NFL’s all-time rushing leader.
Most Rushing Yards, Career (Cont.)
Most Rushing Yards, Career (Cont.)
8,804
8,625
8,536
8,506
8,502
8,472
8,441
8,432
8,431
8,411
8,248
8,224
8,216
7,942
7,908
7,866
7,839
7,827
7,813
7,802
7,782
7,761
7,761
7,738
7,725
7,656
7,652
7,646
7,634
7,594
7,589
7,530
7,474
7,439
7,416
Tyler Ebell (Ventura, CA), 1997-2000
JaMarcus Russell (Williamson, AL), 1998-01
Tripp Tucker (Jackson University School of Jackson, TN), 1995-98
Eddie Dixon (Twin City Emanuel County, GA), 1980-83
Mark Fincher (Jayton, TX), 1972-75
Bobby Mitchell (Big Sandy, TX), 1970-73
Robbie Allen (Butler, MO), 1986-89
David Dotson (Moreno Valley Valley View, CA), 1989-91
Benny Clark Jr. (Ravenna, MI), 1993-96
Thomas Jones (Big Stone Gap Powell Valley, VA), 1992-95
Michael Jones (Laguna Hills, CA), 1995-97
Levi Ferguson (New Sharon North Mahaska, IA), 2002-05
Vernon Hicks (Elaine, AR), 1996-98
Steve Wofford (Bakersfield, CA), 1992-94
Scott Russell (Evarts, KY), 1988-91
Jerry Marks (Catawissa Southern Columbia, PA), 1984-87
Rick Thompson (Madrid, IA), 1997-2000
Curtis Brown (Lancaster Paraclete, CA) 1998-2001
DeAndre Johnson, (Madison Heights Madison, MI), 2004-07
Season (3,000 or more yards)
Emmitt Smith (Pensacola Escambia, FL), 1983-86
Demetrius “Mac” Campbell (Alexandria, AL), 1994-97
Tim Simon (Cordova, AL), 2005-08
Jeremiah Cornell Young (Steelton-Highspire, PA) 2005-08
Lorenzo Booker (Ventura St. Bonaventure, CA), 1999-2001
DeAngelo Evans (Wichita Collegiate School, KS), 1992-95
Rodney Thomas (Groveton, TX), 1987-90
James Mungro (East Stroudsburg, PA), 1993-96
Kevin Grady Jr. (East Grand Rapids, MI), 2001-04
Robert Strait (Cuero, TX), 1985-88
Kyle Bell (Keensebur Weld Central, CO), 2000-03
Derek Homer (Ft. Knox, KY), 1993-96
Jason Bainum (Williamsburg, OH), 1998-2001
Willie Green (Kissimmee Osceola, FL), 1996-99
Kendal Gibson (Aliceville, AL), 1997-00
Robert Toomer (Sylvester Worth County, GA), 1988-91
Jeremy Britt (Danville, KY), 1995-98
Zach Sherman (Platte City Platte County, MO), 1998-2001
Tim Shaw (Livonia Clarenceville, MI), 1998-2001
LenDale White (Littleton Chatfield, CO), 1999-2002
Anthony Saunders (Asheboro, NC; Greensboro Western Guilford,
NC), 1993-96
Carlos Snow (Cincinnati Academy of Physical Education, OH),
1983-86
Dominque Dorsey (Tulare Union, CA), 1997-2000
Billy Sims (Hooks, TX), 1972-75
Michael West (Louisa Lawrence County, KY), 1998-2001
Steve Tate (Luther, OK), 1973-76
David Overstreet (Big Sandy, TX), 1973-76
Michael Vernillo (McDonald Fort Cherry, PA), 1996-99
Thomas Banks (Birmingham West Jefferson, AL), 1991-94
Anthony Thomas (Winnfield, LA), 1993-96
Joe Martinek (Hopatcong, NJ), 2003-06
Joe Longmire (Bruceton Central, TN), 1992-95
Dusty Quick (Fort Morgan, CO), 1998-2001
Terry Kirby (Tabb, VA), 1985-88
Marvin Vaughan (Camden Velma Jackson Magnet School, MS),
1996-99
4,756
4,495
4,087
4,045
3,846
3,701
3,586
3,569
3,523
3,515
3,489
3,458
3,456
3,445
3,438
3,411
3,398
3,387
3,386
3,383
3,380
3,361
3,341
3,319
3,263
3,252
3,238
3,235
3,233
3,232
3,219
3,167
3,166
3,165
3,160
John Giannantonio (Netcong, NJ), 1950 (8)
Tyler Ebell (Ventura, CA), 2000 (14)
Travis Henry (Frostproof, FL), 1996 (14)
Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX), 1953 (12)
Austin Scott (Allentown Parkland, PA), 2002
Rodney Thomas (Groveton, TX), 1990 (16)
Jermaine Marshall (Malibu Kilpatrick, CA), 1999
Wes Danaher (Corpus Christi Calallen, TX), 1995 (10)
David Dotson (Moreno Valley Valley View, CA), 1991 (12)
Robert Strait (Cuero, TX), 1987 (16)
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2003
Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX), 1952 (12)
Montrell Coley (Goldsboro, NC), 1996 (13)
Chad Kackert (Simi Valley Grace Brethren, CA), 2004 (14)
John Bordenkircher (Dixon, CA), 1997 (12)
Toney Baker (Jamestown Ragsdale, NC), 2003
DeShaun Foster (Tustin, CA), 1997
Jason Stout (Lafayette Centaurus, CO), 1996 (13)
Jason Bainum (Williamsburg, OH) 2001
Steve Tate (Luther, OK), 1975 (14)
Vincent Neclos (Hendersonville, NC), 1998
Frank Jones (Bath County, KY), 1969
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2001
Thomas Jones (Big Stone Gap Powell Valley, VA), 1995
Chris Hanks (Los Angeles Cathedral, CA), 1997
Otis Shannon (Indianapolis Cathedral, IN), 1999 (15)
Brandon Wegher (Sioux City Bishop Heelan Catholic, IA), 2009
Sam Maldonado (Harrison, NY), 1999
Toby Gerhart (Norco, CA), 2005
Nate Long (Burlington, VT), 1999 (11)
Oscar Arzu (Baldwin Park Sierra Vista, CA), 1996
Herschel Walker (Wrightsville Johnson County, GA), 1979 (15)
Shaun Alexander (Florence Boone County, KY), 1994 (15)
Mike Bohn (Indianapolis Roncalli, IN), 1993 (14)
Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX), 1951 (12)
WEST VIRGINIA SLINGER —
During his stellar four-year career at
Nitro, WV, J.R. House (right) entered
his name into the Record Book for
several career performances. The 6foot-1, 210-pound quarterback ranks
third for passing yards (14,457
yards), third for pass attempts
(1,725), first for pass completions
(1,103) and third for total offense
yardage (14,710). During his senior
year, House set the national singlegame passing touchdown record
when he tossed 10 touchdown passes in Nitro’s 69-52 victory over
Morgantown, WV, in the West Virginia
Secondary School Activities Commission Class AAA state championship game. In that contest, House
passed for a West Virginia staterecord 594 yards, and he completed
his career with 145 touchdown passes, another state record.
CARRYING THE LOAD — Chris
Huerta (left) from Riverside Notre
Dame, CA, carried the ball a remarkable 63 times in a game against
Yucca Valley on November 4, 2005,
the second-most carries ever by a
high school running back. Huerta
rushed for 437 yards and seven
touchdowns in a 66-65 victory for his
Notre Dame team.
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7,385
7,362
7,355
7,342
7,260
7,260
7,258
7,257
7,212
7,193
7,175
7,142
7,122
7,100
7,090
7,066
7,037
7,025
7,016
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Most Rushing Yards, Season (Cont.)
3,150
3,125
3,125
3,121
3,109
3,105
3,105
3,094
3,093
3,088
3,083
3,083
3,082
3,080
3,074
3,070
3,070
3,064
3,060
3,052
3,051
3,048
3,045
3,044
3,043
3,039
3,037
3,035
3,032
3,030
3,024
3,018
3,008
3,007
3,005
3,005
3,004
3,003
Derien Latimer (Colorado Springs Air Academy, CO), 1994 (12)
Onterrio Smith (Sacramento Grant, CA), 1998
Anthony Barbour (Raleigh Garner, NC), 1987 (15)
Nathan Wize (Tucson Sabino, AZ), 1997
Dustyn Baethke (Williamsburg, IA), 2002
Hickey Thompson (Belleville Althoff, IL), 1990
Lorenzo Booker (Ventura St. Bonaventure, CA), 2000
Brad Hocker (Archie, MO), 1989 (12)
Derek Lawson (Jonesboro Nettleton, AR), 2006
Yamar Washington (Houston St. Pius X, TX), 1998 (13)
James Mungro (East Stroudsburg, PA), 1995
Kendal Gibson (Aliceville, AL), 2000
Levi Ferguson (New Sharon North Mahaska, IA), 2005 (13)
Billy Sims (Hooks, TX), 1973 (15)
Anthony Byerly (Newton, TX), 1981 (13)
T.A. McLendon (Albemarle, NC), 2001 (15)
Bobby Mitchell (Big Sandy, TX), 1973 (14)
Parker Wallace (Salina Central, KS), 1996
DeAngelo Evans (Wichita Collegiate School, KS), 1993 (13)
Larry Washington (Randallstown, MD), 1990
Jeff Spikes (Burkeville, TX), 1993
Max McGee (White Oak, TX), 1949
Dominique Dorsey (Tulare Union, CA), 2000
Jeremy Simpson (Lincoln County, KY), 1993
Jason Bainum (Williamsburg, OH), 2000
Eric Von Bates (Fredericksburg James Monroe, VA), 1987
Wade Sumpter (Fowler, CO), 1999
Toby Gerhart (Norco, CA), 2003
David Overstreet (Big Sandy, TX), 1975 (14)
James Toney (Jamestown Ragsdale, NC), 2004
Alexander Smith (Brookville Franklin County, IN), 1992
Lee Cagle (Lynn, AL), 1996
Troy Fleming (Franklin Battle Ground Academy, TN), 1998
Thomas Jones (Big Stone Gap Powell Valley, VA), 1994
Robbie Allen (Butler, MO), 1989
Timothy Washington (Bristol Central, CT), 2000
Sherman Williams (Mobile Blount, AL), 1990 (15)
Derek Homer (Fort Knox, KY), 1996
OWNING THE RECORD BOOK — Making a huge impact on the records
after the 2002 season, Chris Leak (left) and Ben Mauk (right) are ranked
in the top five of several categories in the Record Book. Leak of Charlotte
Independence, NC, set the national record with 185 touchdown passes in
his career and is second to Mauk in three other categories. In January
2007, Leak led the Florida Gators to a BCS Championship win over Ohio
State. Mauk of Kenton, OH, is the national record-holder in most total
yards in a career and season, most passing yards in a career and a season, and most passing attempts in a career and season.
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
594.5
337.1
321.1
320.3
288.2
286.5
283.2
275.9
271.9
271.6
Game
754 John Giannantonio (Netcong, NJ) vs. Mt. Lakes, NJ, 1950
661 Paul McCoy (Matewan, WV) vs. Delbarton Burch, WV, 9-29, 2006
619 Ronney Jenkins (Oxnard Hueneme, CA) vs. Oxnard Rio Mesa,
CA, 11-9, 1995 (30 carries)
608 John Bunch (Elkins, AR) vs. Winslow, AR, 10-25, 1974 (38 carries)
599 Rudy Rudison (Houston Marian Christian, TX) vs. Houston
Memorial Hall, TX, 9-29, 1978 (32 carries)
593 DeAndre Hooper (Chicago Austin Community Academy, IL) vs.
Chicago Near North, IL, 10-19, 1996
584 Leonard Jones (Denver Montbello, CO), 10-16, 1999
574 Monquantae Gibson (Louisville Moore, KY) vs. Louisville
Shawnee, KY, 2001
564 Cory Davis (South Park, CO), 1986
555 Dallas Bernstine (Vallejo Bethel, CA) vs. Napa Vintage, CA, 2001
John Giannantonio (Netcong, NJ), 1950 (4,756/8)
Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX), 1953 (4,045/12)
Tyler Ebell (Ventura, CA), 2000 (4,495/14)
David Dotson (Moreno Valley Valley View, CA), 1991 (3,523/11)
Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX), 1952 (3,458/12)
John Bordenkircher (Dixon, CA), 1997 (3,438/12)
Donald Moore (Splendora, TX), 1977 (2,832/10)
Toby Gerhart (Norco, CA), 2003 (3,035/12)
Chris Hanks (Los Angeles Cathedral, CA), 1997 (3,263/12)
Craig Johnston (La Habra Whittier Christian, CA), 1975 (2,445/9)
Per Attempt — Game (Minimum 10 carries)
47.3 Ken Hall (Sugar Land, TX) vs. Houston Lutheran, TX, 10-9, 1953
(520/11)
33.9 Spence Hubbert (Stratton, CO), 10-14, 1988
27.5 Austin Jones (Orrick, MO) vs. Windsor, MO, 10-3, 2003 (522/19)
MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS
Career
1,370 Kevin Parks Jr. (Mount Ulla West Rowan, NC), 2006-09
1,353 Brad Hocker (Archie, MO), 1988-91
1,221 Robert Toomer (Sylvester Worth County, GA), 1988-91
BOOTYS IN THE RECORD BOOK
The Booty brothers from Shreveport
Evangel Christian High School, LA,
have quite a family presence in the
Record Book. Following his four-year
varsity career, Josh Booty (left) became
the all-time leader in career passing
yardage (11,700 yards — currently ranks
14th), career passes attempted (1,401 —
currently ranks seventh) and single-season passing yardage average (365.4
yards per game in 1992 — currently
ninth). Abram Booty (above right) set
career receiving records in yards (5,867),
receptions (302 – now ranks third) and
touchdowns (83). The youngest of the
three, John David Booty (below right)
threw for 4,330 yards as a sophomore in
2001, and for 4,144 yards as a junior in
2002. He went on to play for the
University of Southern California.
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AIR SHOW -— Quarterback Ben Gardow of Chippewa Falls McDonell
Central, WI, (above left) completed a prolific high school career in 1989
with 712 pass completions in 1,348 pass attempts for 9,056 yards. Gardow has 327.0 for total offense yards per game in a season. In a 1987
game against Stevens Point Pacelli, WI, Gardow completed 40 passes.
Brett Henson (above right), of Hatch Valley, NM, is only one of 12 quarterbacks to surpass 12,000 career passing yards. Even more impressive,
Henson’s total was accompished in only three years thanks to two seasons
with more than 4,500 yards passing.
1,183
1,154
1,150
1,135
1,132
Jeff Womack (McMinnville Warren County, TN), 1979-81
Kevin Grady Jr. (East Grand Rapids, MI), 2001-04
Zach Sherman (Platte City Platte County, MO), 1998-2001
Joe Longmire (Bruceton Central, TN), 1992-95
Anthony Saunders (Asheboro, NC; Greensboro Western Guilford,
NC), 1993-96
1,131 Robert Strait (Cuero, TX), 1985-88
1,128 Billy Sims (Hooks, TX), 1972-74
Most Rushing Attempts, Game (Cont.)
Season
487
475
456
451
441
441
441
440
439
432
60 Mike Kimberlin (Kankakee McNamara, IL) vs. Normal, IL, 11-4,
2000
57 Jeremy Britt (Bowling Green Warren East, KY) vs. Owensboro,
KY, 9-5, 1997
57 Kevin Simmons (Francis Howell, MO) vs. Ft. Zumwalt South, MO,
10-27, 2000
56 Jeff Womak (McMinnville Warren County, TN) vs. Oakland, TN,
1981
56 Chad Heffren (Havana, IL) vs. Table Grove VIT, IL, 9-23, 1988
Mike Sutkamp (Bellevue, KY), 1981
Ketric Sanford (Corsicana, TX), 1994
Shaun Alexander (Florence Boone County, KY), 1994
Parker Wallace (Salina Central, KS), 1996
Jeff Godley (Arlington Sam Houston, TX), 1990
Jeff Womack (McMinnville Warren County, TN), 1980
Billy Sims (Hooks, TX), 1973
Pete Buchanan (Plymouth, IN), 1977
Cesar Murillo (Riverside Norte Vista, CA), 2002
Kevin Stanfield (Coffee, AL), 1978
MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
Game
Career
72 Russell Gunter (Andalusia Straughn, AL) vs. Coffee Springs, AL,
10-31, 1986 (331 yards)
63 Chris Huerta (Riverside Notre Dame, CA) vs. Yucca Valley, CA,
11-4, 2005
62 Steve Williams (Trinidad, TX) vs. Oakwood, TX, 1977
62 Roy Ensey (Snyder, OK) vs. Hollis, OK, 1963
61 Harold Webb (New Lenox Lincoln-Way, IL) vs. Rich Central, IL,
1969
60 Scott Hutchinson (Dumas, TX) vs. Levelland, TX, 1976
204
170
159
134
132
131
128
128
125
120
120
120
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2000-03
T.A. McLendon (Albemarle, NC), 1999-2001
Kevin Parks Jr. (Mount Ulla West Rowan, NC), 2006-09
Demetrius “Mac” Campbell (Alexandria, AL), 1994-97
Troy Fleming (Franklin Battle Ground Academy, TN), 1995-98
Lorenzo Booker (Ventura St. Bonaventure, CA), 1999-2001
Tyler Tonderum (Armstrong-Ringsted, IA), 2006-09
Knowshon Moreno (Middletown, NJ), 2002-05
Brad Hocker (Archie, MO), 1988-91
Demetris Summers (Lexington, SC), 1999-2002
DeAngelo Evans (Wichita Collegiate School, KS), 1992-95
Robert Strait (Cuero, TX), 1985-88
Season
68
67
64
60
59
56
55
55
53
52
52
T.A. McLendon (Albemarle, NC), 2001
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2003
Tyler Ebell (Ventura, CA), 2000
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2002
DeShaun Foster (Tustin, CA), 1997
Tyler Tonderum (Armstrong-Ringsted, IA), 2006-09
Chad Kackert (Simi Valley Grace Brethren, CA), 2004
Brett Law (Sheridan, IN), 1988
Onterrio Smith (Sacramento Grant, CA), 1998
Robert Strait (Cuero, TX), 1987
Jermaine Marshall (Malibu Kilpatrick, CA), 1999
Game
12
10
10
10
10
Ken Pearson (Hugo, CO), 1930
John Zinser (Peoria, IL) vs. Clinton, IL, 1920
Leonard Butler (Morris, IL) vs. Streator, IL, 1969
Paul McCoy (Matewan, WV) vs. Delbarton Burch, WV, 9-29, 2006
Pierre Price (Jacksonville Illinois School for the Deaf, IL) vs.
Bunker Hill, IL, 10-20, 2006
9 John Giannantonio (Netcong, NJ) vs. Mt. Lakes, NJ, 1950
9 Aaron Green (San Antonio Madison, TX) vs Kerrville, TX, 2008
UNSTOPPABLE FORCES — Determined to get into the Record Book,
Paul McCoy (above left) of Matewan, WV, rushed for 661 yards in one
game, ranking second all time. In the September 29, 2006 game, McCoy
rushed for 10 touchdowns leading Matewan to a 64-0 win. Not to be outdone, Pierre Price (above right) of Jacksonville Illinois School for the
Deaf, IL, also ran for 10 touchdowns in one game in 2006. The prolific
games of McCoy and Price put them in a tie for second all time.
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RECORD PASSER — Quarterback Donald Davis Jr. of
Burlington Cummings, NC,
(left) completed the 1990 season
with 4,478 passing yards, which
ranks No. 22 all-time. During his
career, Davis passed for 8,565
yards and completed 64.6 percent of his passes.
Football
Most 100-Yard Games, Career (Cont.)
41
41
40
40
T.A. McLendon (Albemarle, NC), 1999-2001
Joe Longmire (Bruceton Central, TN), 1992-95
Robert Toomer (Sylvester Worth County, GA), 1989-91
Anthony Saunders (Asheboro, NC; Greensboro Western Guilford,
NC), 1993-96
Season
16
16
15
15
15
15
14
14
10
10
10
Fred Smith (Sealy, TX), 1994
Rodney Thomas (Groveton, TX), 1990
Robert Strait (Cuero, TX), 1987
Anthony Barbour (Raleigh Garner, NC), 1987
Billy Sims (Hooks, TX), 1973
Jeremiah Young (Steelton-Highspire, PA), 2008
T.A. McLendon (Albemarle, NC), 2001
Rausell Harvey (Chicago Dunbar, IL), 1997
Jason Leber (Vermillion, SD), 1991
Jason Leber (Vermillion, SD), 1992
Tony Lesnar (Milbank, SD), 2005
Consecutive
38
33
28
28
27
27
26
24
24
24
TOP QUARTERBACKS -— Jeff George (left) of Indianapolis Warren
Central, IN, is ranked in several passing categories, including in career
yards (8,126). Joe Ferguson (right) of Shreveport Woodlawn, LA, threw
86 career touchdown passes, played in the National Football League and
was inducted into the National High School Hall of Fame in 1986.
Billy Sims (Hooks, TX), 1972-75
Brad Hocker (Archie, MO), 1988-90
Emmitt Smith (Pensacola Escambia, FL), 1984-86
Steve Worster (Bridge City, TX), 1965-66
Walter Moseley (Ellenville Central, NY), 1980-82
Tripp Tucker (Jackson University School of Jackson, TN), 1997-98
Terry Kirby (Tabb, VA), 1986-88
Scott Russell (Evarts, KY), 1989-91
Milton Shaw (North Edgecombe, NC), 1991
Kevin Grady Jr. (East Grand Rapids, MI), 2002-04
MOST PASSING YARDS
Most Rushing Touchdowns, Game (Cont.)
Career (7,000 or more)
9 Kendric Smith (Hughes, AR) vs. Lepanto East Poinsett County,
AR, 2006
8 John Giannantonio (Netcong, NJ) vs. North Hunterdon, NJ, 1950
8 John Giannantonio (Netcong, NJ) vs. Clinton, NJ, 1950
8 Austin Jones (Orrick, MO) vs. Windsor, MO, 10-3, 2003
8 Craig Duppong (Lockport, IL) vs. Elgin Larkin, IL, 10-30, 1998
8 Trent Thompson (Chinle, AZ) vs. Red Mesa, AZ, 1986
8 C.R. Davis (Phoenix Moon Valley, AZ) vs. Phoenix Washington,
AZ, 2000
8 Michael Hanley (Owensboro Apollo, KY) vs. Mayfield County, KY,
10-2, 1998
8 John Weaver (Hartford Weaver, CT) vs. Darian, CT, 12-4, 1999
8 Montquantae Gibson (Louisville Moore, KY) vs. Louisville Seneca,
KY, 2001
8 Jeremy Britt (Bowling Green Warren East, KY) vs. Owensboro,
KY, 1997
8 Aaron Johnson (Lincoln Prep Academy, MO) vs. Kansas City
Northeast, MO, 11-2, 1985
8 Dave Johnson (Montebello Cantwell-Sacred Heart of Mary, CA)
vs. Glendale Pater Noster, CA, 1969
8 John Zinser (Peoria, IL) vs. Peoria Manual, IL, 1920
8 Darrell Althide (Warsaw, IL) vs. Carthage, IL, 10-10, 1963
8 Adam Dach (Byron, IL) vs. Pecatonica, IL, 10-10, 1986
8 Bart Jones (Petersburg, IL) vs. Table Grove, IL, 10-10, 1988
8 David Dotson (Moreno Valley Valley View, CA) vs. Lake
Arrowhead Rim of the World, CA, 1991
8 Jonas Lewis (Beaumont, CA) vs. Hemet West Valley, CA, 1994
8 Alvin Forbes (Chicago Dunbar, IL) vs. Chicago Wells, IL, 1995
8 Craig Duppong (Lockport, IL) vs. South Holland Thornwood, IL, 910, 1999
8 Tyrell Sutton (Akron Archbishop Hoban, OH) vs. Youngstown
Ursuline, OH, 10-8, 2004
8 Mike Golden (Frankenmuth, MI) vs. North Branch, MI, 9-1, 2005
8 Alvin Bell (Little Rock, AR), 1919
17,364
15,593
14,457
13,902
13,711
13,201
12,575
12,537
12,195
12,183
12,124
12,104
11,760
11,700
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 1999-2002
Chris Leak (Charlotte Independence, NC), 1999-2002
J.R. House (Nitro, WV), 1995-98
Brock Berlin (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1997-99
Stefan Loucks (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2003-06
Rhett Lashlee (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR), 1998-2001
Brian Lindgren (Walla Walla DeSales, WA), 1995-98
Garrett Gilbert (Austin Lake Travis, TX), 2006-08
Jake Schiff (Evansville Mater Dei, IN), 1998-2001
Drew Tate (Baytown Lee, TX), 1999-2002
Brett Henson (Hatch Valley, NM), 2002-04
Tim Couch (Hyden Leslie County, KY), 1992-95
Greg Paulus (Syracuse Christian Brothers Academy, NY), 2001-04
Josh Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1990-93
100-YARD GAMES
Career
55
47
46
45
42
41
Kevin Parks Jr. (Mount Ulla West Rowan, NC), 2006-09
Michael Hart (Nedrow Onondaga, NY), 2000-03
Demetris Summers (Lexington, SC), 1999-2002
Emmitt Smith (Pensacola Escambia, FL), 1983-86
Brad Hocker (Archie, MO), 1988-91
Robert Strait (Cuero, TX), 1985-88
CALIFORNIA DUO — Quarterback Pat Haden (left) of La Puente Bishop
Amat, CA, completed 62 percent of his career passing attempts and at
one time ranked tied for seventh on the season list (67.9). His main target
was John McKay Jr. (right), No. 4 all-time in TD receptions in a season
(29) and listed in several other categories. Both were University of
Southern California standouts and played in the National Football League.
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8,617
8,606
8,565
8,533
8,525
8,474
8,437
8,326
8,307
8,297
8,268
8,221
8,212
8,204
8,138
8,126
8,107
8,101
8,051
8,032
8,005
7,993
7,922
7,859
7,768
7,722
7,709
7,701
7,665
7,633
7,631
7,591
CAREER LEADERS — Tim Couch (left), a 6-foot-5, 215-pound quarterback from Hyden Leslie County, KY, finished his high school football
career with four national records. From 1992 to 1995, Couch set standards
for career passing yards (12,104; currently ranks 12th), career pass completions (872; currently ranks eighth) and career passing touchdowns (133;
currently ranks 11th). In addition, his 1,372 career pass attempts ranks
eighth all time, while his pass completion percentage of 75.1 percent during the 1994 season is a national record that still stands. During his senior
year, Couch had eight 300-yard games, including a 533-yard, six-touchdown performance. Chosen Kentucky’s “Mr. Football,” Couch was selected
by the Cleveland Browns as the No. 1 pick in the 1999 National Football
League draft. Were it not for Nitro, WV, quarterback J.R. House, Brock
Berlin (right) would have held three national passing records after his senior season. The Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA, quarterback ranks in
most passing yards in a career (13,902; currently ranks fourth), most
attempts in a career (1,476; currently ranks sixth), and most completions in
a career (964; currently ranks sixth). Berlin also is tied for seventh all time
with 145 touchdown passes, 14th in single-season passing yards with
4,834 yards during his junior season, and tenth in career passing completion percentage (65.3%).
7,569
7,568
7,550
7,545
7,528
7,525
7,507
Chris Lewis (Long Beach Poly, CA), 1996-98
Clay Garcia (Alamosa High School, CO), 2003-06
Donald Davis Jr. (Burlington Cummings, NC), 1987-90
Chris Meidt (Minneota, MN), 1984-87
D.J. Check (Clint, TX), 1997-99
John David Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 2000-02
Robert de La Cruz (Los Angeles Cathedral, CA), 1997-99
John White (Metairie Park Country Day, LA), 1982-84
Steve Cutlip (Arvada West, CO), 1994-97
Kelan Luker (Stephenville, TX), 1996-98
John Wesley Monin (Bardstown, KY), 1998-2001
Koy Detmer (Mission, TX), 1989-91
Ronald Curry (Hampton, VA) 1994-97
Steve Clements (Huntsville, TX), 1986-89
Neil Warren (London South Laurel, KY), 1996-99
Jeff George (Indianapolis Warren Central, IN), 1983-85
Karsten Sween (Ridgecrest Burroughs, CA), 2003-04
B.J. Schlicher (Crawfordsville North Montgomery, IN), 1992-95
Sean Norton (Newhall Hart, CA), 2002-03
Todd Tittle (Lynn, AL), 1991-93
Ty Detmer (San Antonio Southwest, TX), 1983-86
Thomas Thrash (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 1999-2001
Pat Graham (Walla Walla De Sales, WA), 1988-91
Bill Oliver (Cupertino Monta Vista, CA), 1990-92
Sol Graves (Monroe Ouachita Christian, LA), 1983-85
Gary Gumm (Louisville Doss, KY), 1993-96
Greg Ryan (Greenback, TN), 1989-92
James Vandenberg (Keokuk, IA), 2005-07
Chris Redman (Louisville Male, KY), 1991-94
Pat Haden (La Puente Bishop Amat, CA), 1968-70
Barry Helton (Simla, CO), 1979-82
Derek Duncan (Montgomery City Montgomery County, MO),
2000-02
John Paye (Atherton Menlo School, CA), 1980-82
A.J. Whitmore (Nashville, AR), 2004-06
Daniel Jeremiah (El Cajon Christian, CA), 1993-95
Kyle Wright (Danville Monte Vista, CA), 2000-02
Kyle Matter (Newhall William S. Hart, CA), 1999-2000
Dusty Burk (Tuscola, IL), 1995-97
Jason Whieldon (Orange Lutheran, CA), 1997-99
Most Passing Yards, Career (Cont.)
11,324
11,110
10,836
10,777
10,774
10,656
10,565
10,500
10,489
10,303
10,075
10,026
9,971
9,821
9,673
9,574
9,482
9,471
9,332
9,309
9,300
9,274
9,273
9,271
9,182
9,146
9,109
9,070
9,056
8,964
8,873
8,804
8,744
8,743
8,704
8,686
8,662
8,654
Phillip Deas (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1993-96
Earl Haniford (Martinsvile, IN), 1992-95
Ernest Tinnen (Burlington Cummings, NC), 1990-93
Clayton Richard (Lafayette McCutcheon, IN), 1999-2002
JaMarcus Russell (Williamson, AL), 1999-2002
Josh Floyd (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR), 1996-98
Justin Holland (Lakewood Bear Creek, CO), 1997-2000
Justin Zwick (Orville, OH; Massillion Washington, OH), 1998-2001
Kenton Evans (Memphis Westwood, TN), 1993-95
Dusty Aldrich (McComb, OH), 1998-2001
Brooks Coatney (Greenwood, AR), 1996-98
Kyle Moore (Jackson Breathitt County, KY), 1995-98
Keith Smith (Newbury Park, CA), 1990-93
Chris Czernek (Newbury Park, CA), 1994-96
Matt Simpson (Shiloh Christian, AR), 2003-06
Paul Smith (Owasso, OK), 1999-2002
Sean Davis (Lakewood Bear Creek, CO), 1992-95
Matt Barkley (Santa Ana Mater Dei, CA), 2005-08
Chad Davis (Palm Springs, CA; San Diego Torrey Pines, CA; San
Diego Mira Mesa, CA), 1988-91
Clifton Davis III (Sardis North Panola, MS), 1988-91
Drew Hayes (McKenzie, TN), 2002-05
Brodie Croyle (Rainbow City Westbrook Christian, AL), 1997-99
Ryan Clement (Denver Mullen, CO), 1990-93
Corey Robinson (Lone Oak, KY), 2005-07
Todd Marinovich (Santa Ana Mater Dei, CA; Mission Viejo
Capistrano Valley, CA), 1984-87
Tyler Jones (Cherokee, IA), 2005-08
Pat Devlin (Exton Downington East, PA), 2002-05
Romaro Miller (Shannon, MS), 1993-96
Ben Gardow (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1986-89
David Koral (Pacific Palisades, CA), 1999-2000
Aaron Flowers (Lakewood Artesia, CA), 1990-92
Ron Cuccia (Los Angeles Wilson, CA), 1975-77
Percival Garner (Dover, OH), 2004-06
Adam Schiff (Evansville Mater Dei, IN), 1996-98
Mark Watson (Searcy Harding Academy, AR), 1998-2000
Andy Ahrens (Louisville Ballard, KY), 1998-2001
Ryan Jones (Richmond Madison Central, KY), 1996-99
Matt Engle (El Segundo, CA), 2000-02
REPEAT OFFENDER — In the span of just six days, Louisville Male, KY
quarterback Chris Redman (above left) did the amazing as he twice completed a national-record eight touchdown passes in one half of a football
game. The 6-3, 195-pound Redman first accomplished the feat on
September 24, 1994, against Louisville Ballard, and duplicated the performance on September 30 against Louisville Atherton. That same season,
Redman threw 57 touchdown passes and he ended his career with 102
touchdown passes. Redman went on to star at the University of Louisville
and was drafted in the third round by the Baltimore Ravens in the 2000 NFL
draft. Appearing in several categories in the Record Book, Thomas
Thrash (above right) of Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR, put up some
big numbers in 2001. Thrash set the national record by averaging 405.5
passing yards per game (now ranks second). During the season, he had
games of 583 and 586 passing yards, and completed 70.7 percent of his
passes. He also set a national record with 77 touchdown passes that season (now ranks second), including one game with 10.
93
FB
Most Passing Yards, Career (Cont.)
Football
Most Passing Yards, Season (Cont.)
ARKANSAS ARM — One of the
best high school quarterbacks of
all time is Rhett Lashlee of
Springdale Shiloh Christian,
AR. Lashlee set national records
by throwing 171 touchdowns in
his career (currently ranks third)
and passing for 672 yards in one
game in 1999 (currently ranks
second). He is also sixth all time
with 13,201 career passing
yards. He went on to play for the
Arkansas Razorbacks.
Most Passing Yards, Career (Cont.)
7,471 Dave Garcia (Anton Arickaree, CO), 1983-86
7,464 Millard Coleman II (Albion, MI; Farmington Hills Harrison, MI),
1986-89
7,447 Evan Kraky (Jermyn Lakeland, PA), 1998-2001
7,431 Caleb Keese (Harding Academy, AR), 2001-02
7,372 J.C. Lewis (Benicia, CA; Walnut Creek Las Lomas, CA), 2001-02
7,347 Javada Harden (Reidsville, NC), 1994-96
7,342 Ron Powlus (Berwick, PA), 1989-92
7,316 Lance Tucker (Fayette, AL), 1989-92
7,314 Eric Goebel (Evansville Mater Dei, IN), 1989-91
7,300 Sam Keller (Danville San Ramon Valley, CA), 2000-02
7,272 Tim Gutierrez (Oxnard Santa Clara, CA), 1987-89
7,259 Tyler Peschong (Marshalltown, IA), 2005-07
7,240 Jesse Gates (Central Arkansas Christian, AR), 2002-04
7,239 Jon Stoner (Glendale Cactus, AZ), 1997-99
7,236 Tyler Jones (Cherokee Washington, IA), 2005-07
7,216 John Breasbois (Merrill, MI), 1997-99
7,190 Peyton Manning (New Orleans Isidore Newman, LA), 1991-93
7,186 Kirk Midthun (Dodge Center Triton, MN), 1992-95
7,142 Daniel Gonzalez (Los Angeles Franklin, CA), 1998-2000
7,109 Adam Hinspeter (Centralia, MO), 2000-03
7,098 Heath Shuler (Swain County, NC), 1987-90
7,095 Cale Gundy (Midwest City, OK), 1988-90
7,089 Ernie Lewis (Elizabethtown, KY), 1967-70
7,089 John Rattay (Phoenix Desert Vista, AZ), 1997-99
7,071 Jeff Watson (College Station A&M Consolidated, TX), 1990-93
7,055 Chris Simms (Franklin Lakes Ramapo, NJ), 1995-98
7,046 Deontey Kenner (Hopkinsville, KY), 1993-96
7,042 Reggie Robertson (Tucson Sahauro, AZ), 1997-99
Season (3,500 or more)
6,540
5,872
5,770
5,526
5,272
5,193
5,160
5,080
4,914
4,907
4,852
4,827
4,838
4,834
4,697
4,660
4,656
4,630
4,604
4,546
4,509
4,478
4,477
4,445
4,415
4,410
4,396
4,387
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2002
Corey Robinson (Lone Oak, KY), 2007
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2001
J.R. House (Nitro, WV), 1998
Thomas Thrash (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2001
Chris Leak (Charlotte Independence, NC), 2002
Josh Floyd (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR), 1998
Stefan Loucks (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2006
Brett Henson (Hatch Valley, NM), 2003
David Koral (Pacific Palisades, CA), 1999
Garrett Gilbert (Austin Lake Travis, TX), 2008
Garrett Gilbert (Austin Lake Travis, TX), 2007
Kyle Boller (Newhall Hart, CA), 1998
Brock Berlin (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA) 1998
Kelan Luker (Stephenville, TX), 1998
Zach Barnard (Owensboro Catholic, KY), 2004
Phillip Deas (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1996
Allen Sperry (Jackson Breathitt County, KY), 1999
Brett Henson (Hatch Valley, NM), 2004
Rhett Lashlee (Shiloh Christian, AR), 1999
Joe Cox (Charlotte Independence, NC), 2004
Donald Davis Jr. (Burlington Cummings, NC), 1990
Patrick Hutka (Rogers, TX), 1997
Mark Watson (Searcy Harding Academy, AR), 1999
Percival Garner (Dover, OH), 2006
Pat Graham (Walla Walla De Sales, WA), 1991
Stefan Loucks (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2004
Matt Simpson (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR), 2005
94
4,385
4,371
4,367
4,362
4,345
4,330
4,284
4,253
4,244
4,223
4,222
4,219
4,182
4,179
4,164
4,164
4,144
4,137
4,120
4,098
4,084
4,069
4,067
4,061
4,061
4,057
4,052
4,049
4,047
4,037
4,019
4,012
4,011
4,003
3,993
3,984
3,973
3,969
3,954
3,943
3,936
3,933
3,916
3,899
3,889
3,885
3,882
3,868
3,866
3,828
3,821
3,787
3,782
3,776
3,774
3,770
3,762
3,754
3,750
3,738
3,729
3,722
3,712
3,708
3,699
3,685
3,679
3,678
3,677
3,665
3,664
3,663
3,651
3,644
3,643
3,641
3,625
3,625
3,599
3,589
Josh Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1992
Rhett Lashlee (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR), 2001
Gino Gudugli (Fort Thomas Highlands, KY), 2000
Chris Czernek (Newbury Park, CA), 1995 (12)
Karsten Sween (Ridgecrest Burroughs, CA), 2004
John David Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 2001
Rhett Lashlee (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR), 2000
Brian Lindgren (Walla Walla De Sales, WA), 1998
Keith Smith (Newbury Park, CA), 1993
John Walsh (Carson, CA), 1990
Tyler Wilson (Greenwood, AR), 2006
Brock Berlin (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1999
Stefan Loucks (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2004
Lupe Rodriguez (Mission, TX), 1987
William Korn (Duncan Byrnes, SC), 2005
Clay Garcia (Alamosa, CO), 2006
John David Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 2002
Ryan Connors (Newhall Hart, CA), 1991
Chris Smelley (Tuscaloosa American Christian, AL), 2006
Jimmy Jordan (Tallahassee Leon, FL), 1975
Caleb Keese (Harding Academy. AR), 2002
Michael Herrick (Valencia, CA), 2004
Sean Norton (Newhall Hart, CA), 2003
Richard Irvin (Pasadena Muir, CA), 2002
Brooks Coatney (Greenwood, AR), 1998
David Koral (Pacific Palisades, CA), 2000
Dusty Burk (Tuscola, IL), 1997
Jared McBride (Nashville, AR), 1996
Taylor Barton (Beaverton, OR), 1997
Chris Czernek (Newbury Park, CA), 1996 (14)
Santiago Alvarez (Los Angeles Franklin, CA), 1989
Corey Lisowski (Dover, OH), 2008
Josh Floyd (Springdale Shiloh, AR), 1997
Percival Garner (Dover, OH), 2005
Robert De La Cruz (Los Angeles Cathedral, CA), 1999
Sean Norton (Newhall Hart, CA), 2002
Rick Mirer (Goshen, IN), 1988
Gerry Ahrens (Louisville Male, KY), 1998
Aaron Flowers (Lakewood Artesia, CA), 1991
Koy Detmer (Mission, TX), 1991
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2000
Ernest Tinnen (Burlington Cummings, NC), 1993
Tim Couch (Hyden Leslie County, KY), 1995
Perry Klein (Pacific Palisades, CA), 1987
Blake Jablonski (Wichita Collegiate, KS), 2009
Paul Maupin (Artesia, NM), 1996
Robert De La Cruz (Los Angeles Cathedral, CA), 1998
Donald Davis Jr. (Burlington Cummings, NC), 1989
Eddie Miller (Venice, CA), 2002
Kenton Evans (Memphis Westwood, TN), 1995
John Parker Wilson (Hoover, AL), 2003
Brodie Croyle (Rainbow City West Rock Christian, AL), 1998
Ernest Tinnin (Burlington Cummings, NC), 1992
John Breasbois (Merrill, MI), 1999
Kyle Matter (Newhall Hart, CA), 1999
Sol Graves (Monroe Ouachita Christian, LA), 1985
Karsten Sween (Ridgecrest Burroughs, CA), 2003
Kyle Matter (Newhall Hart, CA), 2000
Chris Redman (Louisville Male, KY), 1994
J.P. Shelly (Antioch Ezell-Harding, TN), 2001
James Vandenberg (Keokuk, IA), 2007
Nate Ray (Colfax, CA), 1999
Steve Clements (Huntsville, TX), 1989
D.J. Busch (Santee Santana, CA), 1999
Freddie Parker (Burlington Cummings, NC), 1995
Koy Detmer (Mission, TX), 1990
Zack Hernandez (Los Angeles Baptist, CA), 1993
Pat Devlin (Exton Downington East, PA), 2005
Greg Paulus (Syracuse Christian Brothers Academy, NY), 2004
Jimmy Clausen (Westlake Village Oaks Christian, CA), 2004
Frankie Bernard (San Gabriel, CA), 2003
Casey Preston (Westlake Village Oaks Christian, CA), 1996
Tim Couch (Hyden Leslie County, KY), 1994
Eric Goebel (Evansville Mater Dei, IN), 1990
Chris Meidt (Minneota, MN), 1987
J.R. House (Nitro, WV), 1996
Heath Shuler (Swain County, NC), 1990
A.J. Westendorp (Holland Christian, MI), 2008
Ryan Hancock (Cupertino Monta Vista, CA), 1989
Eric Czerniewski (Montgomery City Montgomery County, MO),
2003
3,589 Chanse Creekmur (Marshalltown, IA), 2009
3,586 Steve Christopher (Anniston, AL), 1989
Football
Most Passing Yards, Season (Cont.)
3,560
3,559
3,557
3,557
3,557
3,552
3,551
3,507
Romaro Miller (Shannon, MS), 1996
Matt Engle (El Segundo, CA), 2002
Gerry Ahrens (Louisville Male, KY), 1998
Wally Woodham (Tallahassee Leon, FL), 1974
Aaron Garcia (Sacramento Grant, CA), 1987
Eric Czerniewski (Montgomery City Montgomery County, MO),
2004
Hudson Gossard (La Crescenta Crescenta Valley, CA), 2001
Kirk Saul (Turkey Valley, TX), 1986
Daniel Lunney (Ft. Smith Southside, AR), 1997
Kyle Biggs (Clovis, CA), 1997
Eddie Miller (Venice, CA), 2001
Erik Kimrey (Irmo Dutch Fork, SC), 1997
Ty Detmer (San Antonio Southwest, TX), 1985
Ben Gardow (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1987
74 Todd Harings (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI) vs. Stevens
Point Pacelli, WI, 10-6, 1984 (SPP 19-14, 26 com.)
74 Jimmy Osga (Grayling, MI) vs. Boyne City, MI, 10-24, 2008
73 Koy Detmer (Mission, TX) vs. Houston Aldine, TX, 1990
73 Drew Hayes (McKenzie, TN) vs. Union City, TN, 10-7, 2005
71 Isaac Monts (Streator Woodlands, IL) vs. El Paso, IL, 9-22, 2000
71 Kenton Evans (Memphis Westwood, TN) vs. Memphis Southside,
TN, 10-21, 1994
71 Rhett Lashlee (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR) vs. Osceola, AR,
8-29, 2000
70 Brandon Wogomon (Winnebago, IL) vs. Stillman Valley, IL, 10-25,
2003
70 Jimmy Osga (Grayling, MI) vs. Traverse City, MI, 10-17, 2008
Per Game — Season (Min. 8 Games)
Game
49.5
48.8
45.1
44.9
44.6
42.9
42.6
41.7
41.6
39.6
764 David Koral (Pacific Palisades, CA) vs. Van Nuys Grant, CA, 2000
672 Rhett Lashlee (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR) vs. Junction City,
AR, 11-26, 1999
672 Reid McKinney (Warren, AR), 2001
651 Jesse Watts (Sheldon Clark, KY) vs. Allen Central, KY, 1991
636 James Hogan Jr. (Newport News, VA) vs. Denbigh, VA, 11-4, 1966
629 LT Pfaff (Atoka, OK) vs. Marietta, OK, 11-07, 2008
624 Chris Klein (Billings Central Catholic, MT) vs. Colstrip, MT, 9-15,
1995
621 Eric Czerniewski (Montgomery City, MO) vs. Vandalia Van-Far,
MO, 10-1, 2004
617 Tim Neace (Hazard Perry County Central, KY) vs. Paintsville
Johnson Central, KY, 11-24, 1999
611 Ryan Toelle (Sisseton, SD) vs. Hartford West Central, SD, 10-27,
2009
MOST COMPLETIONS
Career
1,103
1,095
1,013
1,006
970
964
895
872
858
779
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
436.0
405.5
391.5
387.0
384.7
377.5
369.2
368.8
365.4
363.9
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2002
Thomas Thrash (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2001
Corey Robinson (Lone Oak, KY), 2007
Tim Brasic (Riverside Riverside-Brookfield, IL), 2001 (4,644/12)
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2001
David Koral (Pacific Palisades, CA), 1999 (4,907/13)
Richard Irvin (Pasadena Muir, CA), 2002 (4,061/11)
David Koral (Pacific Palisades, CA), 2000 (4,057/11)
Josh Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1992 (4,385/12)
Percival Garner (Dover, OH), 2005 (4,003/11)
425
413
383
369
360
356
355
350
342
336
336
Career
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 1999-2002
Chris Leak (Charlotte Independence, NC), 1999-2002
J.R. House (Nitro, WV), 1995-98 (1,103)
Stefan Loucks (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2003-06
Drew Tate (Baytown Lee, TX), 1999-2002 (970)
Brock Berlin (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1997-99 (964)
Josh Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1990-93 (705)
Tim Couch (Hyden Leslie County, KY), 1992-95
Garrett Gilbert (Austin Lake Travis, TX), 2006-08
Ben Gardow (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1986-89 (712)
J.R. House (Nitro, WV), 1998
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2002
Corey Robinson (Lone Oak, KY), 2007
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2001
Garrett Gilbert (Austin Lake Travis, TX), 2007
Stefan Loucks (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2004
Thomas Thrash (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2001
Jarrett Huma (Polacca Hopi, AZ), 1988 (495)
Sean Price (Park Ridge Maine South, IL), 2003
Chris Leak (Charlotte Independence, NC), 2002
Stefan Loucks (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2006
Game
46 Drew Hayes (McKenzie, TN) vs. Union City, TN, 10-7, 2005
46 Perry Klein (Pacific Palisades, CA) vs. Los Angeles Jordan, CA,
11-20, 1987
46 David Koral (Pacific Palisades, CA) vs. Los Angeles Fairfax, CA,
1999
45 Kenton Evans (Memphis Westwood, TN) vs. Memphis Southside,
TN, 10-21, 1994
45 Caleb Keese (Searcy Harding Academy, AR) vs. Camden, AR,
11-16, 2001
44 Thomas Thrash (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR) vs. North Little
Rock Central Arkansas Christian, AR, 1-2, 2001 (60 att.)
44 Koy Detmer (Mission, TX) vs. Corpus Christi Miller, TX, 1991
44 Rhett Lashlee (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR), 2001
43 Blaze Smith (Clear Creek-Amana, IA) vs. Vinton-Shellsburg, IA, 94, 2009
42 LT Pfaff (Atoka, OK) vs. Marietta, OK, 11-07, 2008 (55 att.)
42 Tyler Jones (Cherokee Washington, IA) vs. Rock Valley-BoydenHull, IA, 9-16, 2006
Season
674
669
610
599
584
546
538
525
520
512
J.R. House (Nitro, WV), 1995-98 (1,725)
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 1999-2002 (1,905)
Chris Leak (Charlotte Independence, NC), 1999-2002 (1,745)
Stefan Loucks (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2003-06
Drew Tate (Baytown Lee, TX), 1999-2002 (1,576)
Brock Berlin (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1997-99 (1,476)
Garrett Gilbert (Austin Lake Travis, TX), 2006-08 (1,368)
Tim Couch (Hyden Leslie County, KY), 1992-95 (1,372)
Rhett Lashlee (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR), 1999-2001
Brian Lindgren (Walla Walla De Sales, WA), 1995-98 (1,158)
Season
MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS
1,905
1,745
1,725
1,592
1,576
1,476
1,401
1,372
1,368
1,348
Jarrett Huma (Polacca Hopi, AZ), 1988 (495/10)
Todd Harings (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1984 (488/10)
Ben Gardow (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1989 (496/11)
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2001 (674/15)
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2002 (669/15)
Dave Geissler (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1981 (386/9)
Dave Huffcutt (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1986 (511/12)
Jeff Handy (Blue Springs, MO), 1989 (417/10)
J.R. House (Nitro, WV), 1996
Erik Kimrey (Irmo Dutch Fork, SC), 1997
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2001
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2002
J.R. House (Nitro, WV), 1998
Stefan Loucks (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2004
Chris Leak (Charlotte Independence, NC), 2002
Rhett Lashlee (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR), 2000
Freddie Parker (Burlington Cummings, NC), 1995
Sean Price (Park Ridge Maine South, IL), 2003
Corey Robinson (Lone Oak, KY), 2007
Santiago Alvarez (Los Angeles Franklin, CA), 1989
Game
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
83 Brian Kauffman (Maplewood Hill-Murray, MN) vs. Minnetonka,
MN, 9-7, 2001
82 Caleb Keese (Searcy Harding Academy, AR) vs. Camden
Harmony-Grove, AR, 11-16, 2001
35.0 Jarrett Huma (Polacca Hopi, AZ), 1988 (350/10)
28.1 Jeff Handy (Blue Springs, MO), 1989 (281/10)
95
FB
3,579
3,576
3,575
3,571
3,563
3,561
Most Passing Attempts, Game (Cont.)
Football
Highest Completion Percentage, Season (Cont.)
72.0
71.5
70.7
70.7
69.9
69.7
ROCKET ARM — With his 91
touchdown passes in 2007,
Corey Robinson (left) of Paducah Lone Oak, KY, entered a
class of his own. He broke the
previous single-season record of
77 set by Thomas Trash in 2001.
Robinson also ranks second in
single-season passing yards with
5,872 yards and single-season
completion percentage at 73.7
percent.
MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN
Career
185
178
171
166
162
152
145
145
138
136
Most Completions, Per Game — Season (Cont.)
27.5
27.3
25.6
25.5
25.0
24.9
24.6
23.8
23.8
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2002 (413/15)
Thomas Thrash (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2001 (355/13)
Dave Geissler (Chippewa Falls McDonell, WI), 1981 (230/9)
Ben Gardow (Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, WI), 1989
(281/11)
J.R. House (Nitro, WV), 1996
J.R. House (Nitro, WV), 1997
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2001
Andres De La Garza (Mission, TX), 1988 (214/9)
Garrett Grayson (Vancouver Heritage, WA), 2009 (238/10)
Chris Leak (Charlotte Independence, NC), 1999-2002
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 1999-2002
Rhett Lashlee (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR), 1998-2001
Brett Henson (Hatch Valley, NM), 2002-04
Brian Lindgren (Walla Walla De Sales, WA), 1995-98
Greg Paulus (Syracuse Christian Brothers Academy, NY), 2001-04
J.R. House (Nitro, WV), 1995-98
Brock Berlin (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1997-99
Phillip Deas (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1993-96
Garrett Gilbert (Austin Lake Travis, TX), 2006-08
Season
91
77
76
70
66
66
65
65
64
64
HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE
Career (Minimum 600 Attempts)
Corey Robinson (Lone Oak, KY), 2007
Thomas Thrash (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2001
Ben Mauk (Kenton, OH), 2002
Brett Henson (Hatch Valley, NM), 2004
Joe Cox (Charlotte Independence, NC), 2004
Josh Floyd (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR), 1998
J.R. House (Nitro, WV), 1998
Robert De La Cruz (Los Angeles Cathedral, CA), 1999
Chris Leak (Charlotte Independence, NC), 2002
Brett Henson (Hatch Valley, NM), 2003
Game
71.6
70.3
67.5
67.3
67.0
66.6
66.4
Garrett Grayson (Vancouver Heritage, WA), 2009 (658/919)
Jarrett Huma (Hopi, AZ), 1988-90 (627/892)
Corey Lisowski (Dover, OH), 2006-08 (444/657)
Brian Lindgren (Walla Walla De Sales, WA), 1995-98 (779/1,158)
Mike Bitsuie (Ganado, AZ), 1994-96 (394/588)
Ryan Clement (Denver Mullen, CO), 1990-93 (571/857)
Thomas Thrash (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 1999-2001
(575/866)
66.3 Kent Kiefer (Tempe McClintock, AZ), 1983-85 (428/646)
65.8 Sean Davis (Lakewood Bear Creek, CO), 1992-95 (701/1,066)
65.3 Brock Berlin (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1997-99
(964/1,476)
10 Thomas Thrash (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR) vs. Atkins, AR,
10-19, 2001
10 J.P. Shelly (Antioch Ezell-Harding, TN) vs. Loretto, TN, 8-17, 2001
10 J.R. House (Nitro, WV) vs. Morgantown, WV, 12-5, 1998
10 Clifton Davis III (Sardis North Panola, MS) vs. Coldwater, MS,
1990
10 David Koral (Pacific Palisades, CA) vs. Malibu Camp Kilpatrick,
CA, 1999
9 Brett Henson (Hatch Valley, NM) vs. Zuni, NM, 11-8, 2003
9 Thomas Thrash (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR) vs. Springdale
Shiloh Christian, AR, 9-14, 2001
9 Brian Lindgren (Walla Walla De Sales, WA), 1998
9 Robert de La Cruz (Los Angeles Cathedral, CA) vs. Panorama
City St. Genevieve, CA, 1998
9 Gerry Ahrens (Louisville Male, KY) vs. Louisville Seneca, KY, 912, 1997
9 Kenton Evans (Memphis Westwood, TN) vs. Memphis Southside,
TN, 10-21, 1994
9 Jason Harris (Memphis Whitehaven, TN) vs. Memphis South
Side, TN, 9-30, 1994
9 Randy Hendricks (Seth Sherman, WV) vs. Chapmanville, WV, 1972
9 James L. Hogan Jr. (Newport News, VA) vs. Denbigh, VA, 11-4,
1966
9 Bobby Brayton (Morris, IL) vs. Gardner, IL, 1949
9 Reid McCollum (Summerville, SC) vs. Fort Dorchester, SC, 1116, 2007
9 Dustin Lotzer (Sisseton, SD), 2008
Season (Minimum 275 Attempts)
75.1
73.7
73.2
72.3
Perry Klein (Carson, CA), 1988 (240/332)
Eddie Miller (Venice, CA), 2002 (203/285)
Thomas Thrash (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2001
Jarrett Huma (Polacca Hopi, AZ), 1988 (350/495)
James Vandenberg (Keokuk, IA), 2007 (260/372)
J.R. House (Nitro, WV), 1998 (425/610)
Tim Couch (Hyden Leslie County, KY), 1994
Corey Robinson (Lone Oak, KY), 2007 (383/520)
Garrett Grayson (Vancouver Heritage, WA), 2009 (238/325)
Daniel Gonzalez (Los Angeles Franklin, CA), 1999
RECEIVING HONORS — Montrell Jones (left) of Louisville
Male, KY, finished his career in
2000 as Kentucky’s all-time
leading receiver in receptions
(266) and touchdown receptions
(59). He trails only Gerad Parker
in the state for most careerreceiving yards, with 4,345
yards, according to the National
High School Sports Record
Book.
96
Half
8 Thomas Thrash (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR) vs. Atkins, AR,
10-19, 2001
8 Chris Redman (Louisville Male, KY) vs. Louisville Atherton, KY, 930, 1994
8 Chris Redman (Louisville Male, KY) vs. Louisville Ballard, KY, 924, 1994
7 Ron Cuccia (Los Angeles Wilson, CA), 11-4, 1977
7 Percival Garner (Dover, OH) vs. Gnadenhutten Indian Valley, OH,
10-21, 2005
7 James L. Hogan Jr. (Newport News, VA) vs. Denbigh, VA, 11-4,
1966
7 Chad Gard (Danville Schlarman, IL) vs. Catlin, IL, 10-14, 1988
7 Corey Robinson (Lone Oak, KY) vs. Reidland, KY, 2007
6 Brian Racis (Shenandoah Valley, PA) vs. Bloomsburg Columbia
Montour Tech, PA, 10-6 1995
Football
6 Zach Amedro (Glen Dale John Marshall, WV) vs. Hedgesville,
WV, 10-8, 2004
6 Ethan Haller (Anaheim Katella, CA) vs. Anaheim Loara, CA, 1017, 2003
6 Marco Burruel (Phoenix Maryvale, AZ), vs. Phoenix Central, AZ,
1997
6 Patrick Hutka (Rogers, TX) vs. Holland, TX, 10-24, 1997
6 Greg Sidebottom (Mio, MI) vs. Arenac Eastern, MI, 9-12, 1997
6 Michael Caba (Magoffin County, KY) vs. Perry Central, KY, 1995
6 Corey Robinson (Lone Oak, KY) vs. Heath, KY, 2007
6 Corey Robinson (Lone Oak, KY) vs. Todd Co. Central, KY, 2007
6 Corey Robinson (Lone Oak, KY) vs. Union Co., KY, 2007
6 Timothy Chang (Honolulu St. Louis, HI) vs. Honolulu Pac-Five, HI,
9-3, 1999
6 Arthur Baird (Woodlands McCullough, TX), 1985
6 Jason Harris (Memphis Whitehaven, TN) vs. Memphis South
Side, TN, 9-30, 1994
6 Kevin Jarema (Warren Woods Tower, MI) vs. Utica Ford, MI, 11-4,
1983
6 Barry Helton (Simla, CO) vs. Calhan, CO, 1982
6 Ryan Lown (Pueblo South, CO) vs. Colorado Springs Harrison,
CO, 1996
6 Mark Gerlach (Vestaburg, MI) vs. Brethern, 9-5, 2003
6 Dustin Mayner (Linden, MI) vs. Clio, MI (9-29, 2006)
TOP TARGETS — Steve Martinez (left) of Los Angeles Wilson, CA,
established two national records during the 1977 season. He had 121 pass
receptions during the season, (currently ranks tied for seventh) and had 19
pass receptions in a single half in a November 4 game against Los
Angeles Lincoln to tie the all-time mark. In 2008, J.D. Felice (right) of Rose
Bud, AR, established a new national record with 421 receiving yards in
one game.
Quarter
5 Percival Garner (Dover, OH) vs. Gnadenhutten Indian Valley, OH,
10-21, 2005
5 Nate Smith (Battle Creek Harper Creek, MI) vs. Comstock, MI,
10-27-2006
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
178.5
147.1
145.9
143.4
MOST RECEIVING YARDS
Career
5,867
5,365
5,078
4,736
4,711
4,490
4,487
4,486
4,477
4,455
143.4
140.3
140.2
140,1
138.9
135.2
Abram Booty (Shreveport Evangel Academy, LA), 1993-96
A.J. Green (Summerville, SC) 2004-07
Christopher Fulmer (Nitro, WV), 2002-05
Gerad Parker (Lawrence County, KY), 1996-99
Josh Bell (Greenwood, AR), 1998-2000
Chris Martin (Nitro, WV), 1995-98
Damien Dodson (Memphis Westwood, TN), 1992-95
Steve Smith (Woodland Hill Taft, CA), 2000-02
Stan Rome (Valdosta, GA), 1970-73
Leodes Van Buren (Newbury Park, CA), 1990-93
Per Reception — Career (Minimum 150 Catches)
23.0
22.3
21.6
20.4
19.4
Season
2,427
2,321
2,286
2,084
2,061
2,053
2,042
2,021
1,993
1,931
Greg Washington (Nashville, AR), 1996 (2,321/13)
Tom Owens (Gig Harbor Peninsula, WA), 1986 (1,618/11)
Daniel Ifft (Dover, OH), 2005 (1,605/11)
DeMarcus Sims (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1992
(1,721/12)
Christopher Fulmer (Nitro, WV), 2003 (1,577/11)
Blake Miller (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2001 (1,824/13)
Natividad Valdez (Mission, TX), 1988 (1,122/8)
Daniel Ifft (Dover, OH), 2006 (1,822/13)
Abram Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1996 (2,084/15)
Frank Hernandez (Mission, TX), 1987 (1,757/13)
Cody Cardwell (Stephenville, TX), 1998
Greg Washington (Nashville, AR), 1996
Matthew Breeden (Coalfield, TN), 1994
Abram Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1996
Chris Martin (Nitro, WV), 1998
Anthony Celestine (Ridgecrest Burroughs, CA), 2003
Jesse Levin (Beaverton, OR), 1997
Jamarielle Brown (Lone Oak, KY), 2007
Ryan Read (Austin Westlake, TX), 1996
Chris Brazzell (Alice, TX), 1993
19.3
19.2
19.1
18.8
18.7
Kris Weible (Greenwood, AR), 1994-96 (3,998/174)
Stan Rome (Valdosta, GA), 1970-73 (4,477/201)
Greg Washington (Nashville, GA), 1994-96 (3,737/173)
Brian Brown (Yuba City, CA), 1986-88 (3,185/156)
Abram Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1993-96
(5,867/302)
Tom Guardi (Riverside-Brookfield, IL), 1999-2001 (3,498/181)
A.J. Green (Summerville, SC) 2004-07 (5,365/279)
Carl Pickens (Murphy, NC), 1985-87 (3,066/154)
Steve Parker (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1990-92
(3,121/166)
Mike Young (Mt. Whitney, CA), 1977-79 (3,005/161)
Per Reception — Season (Minimum 75 Catches)
25.8
25.7
25.2
22.7
21.7
21.2
20.3
19.7
19.5
19.4
Game
421 J.D. Felice (Rose Bud, AR) vs England, AR, 2008
414 Jasper Lee (Mer Rouge Delta, LA) vs. Oak Grove, LA, 2000
413 Jeff Clark (Nitro, WV) vs. Spencer Roane County, WV, 10-29,
1999 (29 rec.)
406 Slade Camp (Stuttgart, AR) vs. Wynne, AR, 12-6, 2001
403 John Portugal (Oceanside, CA) vs. Oceanside El Camino, CA,
11-29, 1991
386 Richard Williams (New Orleans Carver, LA) vs. New Orleans
Cohen, LA, 11-18, 1985 (10 rec.)
377 Ramon Nevarez (Garden Grove Bolsa Grande, CA) vs.
Westminster La Quinta, CA, 1996
373 Keith Poole (Clovis, CA) vs. Bakersfield Foothill, CA, 11-22, 1991
(9 rec.)
358 Tom Owens (Gig Harbor Peninsula, WA) vs. Yelm, WA, 10-17,
1986 (14 rec.)
357 Randy Boone (Chillicothe, TX) vs. Aspermont, TX, 1984
Greg Washington (Nashville, AR), 1996 (2,321/90)
Chris Brazzell (Alice, TX), 1993 (1,931/75)
Nick Piazza (New Lenox Lincoln-Way, IL), 1996 (1,229/85)
Tim Feirfeil (Sepulveda Los Angeles Baptist, CA), 1997 (1,748/77)
Chad Baughman (Kenton, OH), 2000 (1,868/86)
Abram Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1994 (1,661/78)
Jamie Jackson (Schulenberg, TX), 1994 (1,763/87)
Kurt Unglaub (Tallahassee Leon, FL), 1975 (1,613/82)
Michael Partlow (Winchester Handley, VA), 1994 (1,871/96)
Ryan Read (Austin Westlake, TX), 1996 (1,993/103)
MOST RECEPTIONS
Career
329
308
302
299
292
279
97
Christopher Fulmer (Nitro, WV), 2002-05
Tommy Petitt (Kenton, OH), 2001-04
Abram Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1993-96
Chris Martin (Nitro, WV), 1995-98
Maurice Mebane (Burlington Cummings, NC), 1989-92
A.J. Green (Summerville, SC) 2004-07
FB
Most Touchdown Passes, Half (Cont.)
Football
Most Receiving Touchdowns, Career (Cont.)
59
58
55
55
55
INSTANT OFFENSE -— Bill
Boor (left) of Oak Park Fenwick, IL, turned in a memorable
game performance on September 23, 1990, when he caught
six touchdown passes to rank
tied for fifth in that category.
Season
33
32
30
29
29
28
28
28
27
27
27
27
27
Most Receptions, Career (Cont.)
271
271
269
266
Steve Smith (Woodland Hills Taft, CA), 2000-02
Daniel Ifft (Dover, OH), 2003-06
Leodes Van Buren (Newbury Park, CA), 1990-93
Montrell Jones (Louisville Male, KY), 1997-2000
Shayne Boyd (New Deal, TX), 1987
Mohamed Massaquoi (Charlotte Independence, NC), 2004
Brandon Greer (Rainbow City Westbrook Christian, AL), 1998
John McKay Jr. (La Puente Bishop Amat, CA), 1970
Earvin Johnson (Los Angeles Cathedral, CA), 1999
Ramon Martinez (Hacienda Heights Los Altos, CA), 1998
Jesse Levin (Beaverton, OR), 1997
Abram Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1996
Chris Martin (Nitro, WV), 1998
Greg Washington (Nashville, AR), 1996
Frank Hernandez (Mission, TX), 1987
Jerry Hamilton (Carpinteria, CA), 1979
Brett Hamblen (Fort Thomas Highlands, KY), 2000
Game
8 Earvin Johnson (Los Angeles Cathedral, CA) vs. St. Genevieve,
CA, 11-7, 1998
7 Stephen Ward (Anaheim Servite, CA) vs. Santa Ana, CA, 11-8,
1996
7 Joe Audlehelm (Leon Central Decatur, IA) vs. Corydon Wayne, IA,
10-27, 2006
7 Robert Tolbert (Memphis Whitehaven, TN) vs. Memphis South
Side, TN, 9-30, 1994
6 Chris Williamson (Princeton, CA) vs. Herlong, CA, 10-9, 1993
6 Ronnie Thomas (Arlington, CA), vs. Moreno Valley, CA, 1991
6 Bill Boor (Oak Park Fenwick, IL), vs. Chicago St. Martin De
Porres, IL, 9-23, 1990
6 Tom Owens (Gig Harbor Peninsula, WA) vs. Yelm, WA, 10-17,
1986 (358/14)
6 Randy Boone (Chillicothe, TX) vs. Aspermont, TX, 1984
6 Tori Brown (Duarte, CA) vs. Keppel, CA, 1983
6 Brett Hamblen (Fort Thomas Highlands, KY) vs. Taylor Mill Scott,
KY, 2000
6 Jerry Hamilton (Carpinteria, CA) vs. Moorpark, CA, 1979
6 Denny Pfledderer (Francesville West Central, IN), 9-6, 1974
6 Jackie Clark (Athens McMinn County, TN) vs. Cleveland Bradley
Central, TN, 11-4, 1966
6 Josh Morrow (Glendale Mountain Ridge, AZ) vs. Glendale Sandra
Day O’Connor, 9-30, 2005
Season
165
138
132
126
123
122
121
121
117
114
Montrell Jones (Louisville Male, KY), 1997-2000
Damien Dodson (Memphis Westwood, TN), 1992-95
Shane Williams (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR), 1996-98
Steve Parker (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1990-93
Josh Bell (Greenwood, AR), 1998-2000
Mark McDonagh (Riverside Brookfield, IL), 2009
Brian Langford (Little Rock Pulaski Academy, AR), 2006
Chris Martin (Nitro, WV), 1998
Jeff Fritchman (Kirkland Lake Washington, WA), 2003
Heath Jackson (Ada, OH), 2006
Josh Whatley (Rogers, TX), 1997
Zack Collins (Nitro, WV), 1998
Steve Martinez (Los Angeles Wilson, CA), 1977
Shatone Powers (Riverside-Brookfield, IL), 2001
Daniel Ifft (Dover, OH), 2006
Game
32 Larry Bennett (Mogadore, OH) vs. Hudson, OH, 10-16, 1942
29 Jeff Clark (Nitro, WV) vs. Spencer Roane County, WV, 10-29,
1999
26 David Sepulveda (Fullerton, CA) vs. Buena Park, CA, 11-9, 1984
25 Deangelo Ruffin (Four Oaks South Johnston, NC) vs. Angier
Harnett Central, NC, 10-22, 2004
24 Steve Martinez (Los Angeles Wilson, CA) vs. Los Angeles
Marshall, 1977
23 Christopher Fulmer (Nitro, WV) vs. Lewisburg Greenbrier East,
WV, 10-31, 2003
23 Ryan Lenderman (Grand Junction, CO) vs. Montezuma Cortez,
CO, 11-3, 1989
23 Slade Camp (Stuttgart, AR) vs. Wynne, AR, 12-6, 2001
22 Sammy Taylor (Dublin, TX) vs. Ranger, TX, 1980
22 Frank Mobley (Live Oak Suwannee, FL), 10-27, 1972
22 Bob Thomas (King of Prussia Upper Merion, PA), 1972
22 Joe Audlehelm (Leon Central Decatur, IA) vs. Corydon Wayne, IA,
10-27, 2006
Half
6 Robert Tolbert (Memphis Whitehaven, TN) vs. Memphis South
Side, TN, 9-30, 1994
5 Daniel Ifft (Dover, OH) vs. Gnadenhutten Indian Valley, OH, 10-21,
2005
4 Dusty Nowotny (Rapid City St. Thomas More, SD), 2006
4 Quentin McMartin (Sioux Falls Washington, SD), 2008
Half
19 Steve Martinez (Los Angeles Wilson, CA) vs. Los Angeles
Lincoln, CA, 11-4, 1977
19 John Mistler (Tucson Sahuaro, AZ) vs. Tucson Sabino, AZ, 1975
RETURN SPECIALIST — Derek
Bair of Galva Canton-Galva, KS,
ran wild in 2005 with seven kick
return touchdowns on the season.
The mark puts him third on the
career list, and he is also the single-season record-holder.
Quarter
13 Bob Thomas (King of Prussia Upper Merion, PA), 1975
10 Lynn Scherler (Sheridan Lake Plainview, CO) vs. McClave, 10-26,
1990
9 Toby Christopherson (Washington, NC), 9-11, 1992
MOST RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS
Career
83
74
66
62
60
Abram Booty (Shreveport Evangel Christian, LA), 1993-96
Brandon Barrett (Martinsburg, WV), 2000-03
Earvin Johnson (Los Angeles Cathedral, CA), 1998-2000
A.J. Green (Summerville, SC) 2004-07
Tyrone Vaughans (Marrero Ehret, LA), 1980-82
98
Football
Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns, Season (Cont.)
4 James Short (Kearney, MO), 2003
SPECIAL TEAMS SPECIALTY —
Fifteen times in his high school
career, Michael Boyle (left) fielded a punt and returned it for a
touchdown to set a national record
in the category. The returner from
Plymouth Regional, NH, also
ranks fourth all-time with six punt
returns for touchdowns his senior
season.
Game
3 Cole Corey (Tecumseh, MI) vs. Ypsilanti Lincoln, MI, 9-13, 2002
(94, 84, 94)
3 Dennis Bamburg Jr. (Bossier City Parkway, LA) vs. Green Oaks,
LA, 10-13, 1988 (ret. — 85, 85, 86)
3 Brent Fullwood (St. Cloud, FL) vs. Leesburg, FL, 10-29, 1982
(ret. — 96, 90, 89)
3 Sam Shepherd (Algonquin Jacobs, IL) vs. Woodstock, IL, 10-3,
2003
3 Mike Gilmartin (Lombard Montini, IL) vs. Chicago Heights Marian
Catholic, IL, 1984
PUNT RETURNS
KICKOFF RETURNS
Career
MOST TOUCHDOWNS
15
12
11
10
9
9
8
8
8
8
Career
9
8
7
7
7
7
7
6
6
6
6
6
Trevor Mote (Kingman, AZ), 1994-96
Jabari Felton-Smith (Mayer Orme School, AZ), 1999-2000
Jose Cortez (Mammoth Lakes, CA), 2008
Cornell Canidate (Phoenix Alhambra, AZ), 1998-2000
Charles Johnston (Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf,
NC), 1988-91
Eric Bava (Riverside-Brookfield, IL), 1995-97
Derek Bair (Galva Canton-Galva, KS), 2005
Steven Coleman (Brundidge Pike County, AL), 1986-89
Mike Mitchell (Phoenix Brophy Prep., AZ), 1990-92
Tavon Cooper (Peoria, AZ), 1993-94
Ashton Gronewold (Carthage, IL), 2000-03
Mike Williams (Cuba, IL), 1994
Season
8
7
7
6
6
6
5
5
5
5
Season
7
7
6
6
5
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Michael Boyle (Plymouth Regional, NH), 2000-03
Steven Coleman (Brundidge Pike County, AL), 1986-89
Timothy Farina (Plymouth Regional, NH), 2008
Randy Tonge (Bardstown, KY), 1999-2001
David Kelley (Middlesboro, KY), 1995-98
Bob Nelson (Starbuck, MN), 1965-67
Paul Shields (Paradise Valley, AZ), 1991-93
Carlos Harris (Phoenix Maryvale, AZ), 1995-96
Seth Smith (Carbondale, IL), 1990-92
Dennis Schoenwald (Sicux Falls O’Gorman, SD), 1990-92
Jose Cortez (Mammoth Lakes, CA), 2008
Derek Bair (Galva Canton-Galva, KS), 2005
Mike Williams (Cuba, IL), 1994
Josh Tarbox (Menominee, MI),1998
Harold Smith (Ganado, AZ), 1987
Trevor Mote (Kingman, AZ), 1996
Tavon Cooper (Peoria, AZ), 1994
Sam Shepherd (Algonquin Jacobs, IL), 2003
Ralph Munger (Frankenmuth, MI), 1969
Brad Letcher (Madison, SD), 2003
Walter Eckersall (Chicago Hyde Park, IL), 1902
Tim McGugan (Chicago Heights Marian Catholic, IL), 1978
Eric Bava (Riverside-Brookfield, IL), 1997
Jason Smith (Pontiac, IL), 1994
Craig VanDuyne (Coal City, IL), 1993
Mike Gilmartin (Lombard Montini, IL), 1984
Chris Dean (St. Louis Cardinal Ritter, MO), 2003
Dale Huffine (Chamois Osage, MO), 2003
Jason Clay (Parrish, AL), 1998
Timothy Farina (Plymouth Regional, NH), 2008
Gerald Canada (Watson Chapel, AR), 1998
Michael Boyle (Plymouth Regional, NH), 2003
Carlos Harris (Phoenix Maryvale, AZ), 1996
David Kelley (Middlesboro, KY), 1998
Robert Nelson (Starbuck, MN), 1967
Jeremy Sterzik (Pontiac, IL), 1997
Stan Walker (Hampshire, IL), 1976
Dennis Schoenwald (Sioux Fall O’Gorman, SD), 1990-92
Game
6 Jack Golson (Hayneville Lowndes Co., AL) vs. Loretto, AL, 11-10,
1950 (65, 50, 90, 75, 75, 75)
4 Al Colby (Wheaton, IL) vs. Sycamore, IL, 11-3, 1923 (55, 63, 62, 62)
4 Doug Coplin (GLide, OR) vs. Glendale, OR, 1961
3 Markus Curry (Harper Woods Bishop Gallagher, MI) vs. Windsor
Sandwich, ONT, 9-10, 1999
3 Shaun Moon (Ithaca, MI) vs. Lakeview, MI, 1999
3 Patrick Collier (Detroit Kettering, MI) vs. Detroit Chadsey, MI, 9-14,
2007
2 Dennis Schoenwald (Sioux Falls O’Gorman, SD), 1992
2 Sam Holsen (Sioux Falls Washington, SD), 2005
2 Brock Bills (Sioux Falls Roosevelt, SD), 2006
KICK RETURN KINGS — Cole
Corey (left) of Tecumseh, MI,
Dennis Bamburg Jr. (middle) of
Bossier City Parkway, LA, and
Brent Fullwood (right) of St.
Cloud, FL, had three of the most
impressive single-game kickoff
return performances in high school
history. On September 13, 2002,
Corey returned three kickoffs for
touchdowns, with runs of 94, 84 and
94 yards. On October 13, 1988,
Bamburg returned three kickoffs for
scores, dashing 85 yards twice and
86 yards once. On October 29,
1982, Fullwood returned three scoring kickoff returns of his own, galloping 96, 90 and 89 yards.
99
FB
MOST TOUCHDOWNS
Football
Most Fumbles Returned for Touchdown, Game (Cont.)
3 Kevin Burton (Emeryville Emery, CA) vs. Geyersville, CA, 1974
3 Pete Preston (Cattaraugus, NY) vs. Hinsdale, NY, 9-24, 1973
3 Ken McIntire (Parkersburg South, WV) vs. Toledo DeVilbiss, OH,
10-2, 1971
3 Chuck Martin (Kansas City Rockhurst, MO) vs. Kansas City Ward,
MO, 10-6, 1970
3 Phil Willard (Chillicothe, MO) vs. Trenton, MO, 11-10, 1967
3 Rick Benson (Chillicothe, MO) vs. Kirksville, MO, 11-4, 1977
MOST INTERCEPTIONS
Career
62
59
55
47
47
45
41
41
40
40
Baron Jackson (Baton Rouge Southern Lab, LA), 1984-87
Donald Moore (Splendora, TX), 1976-80
Jim Linnstaeder (Brenham, TX), 1956-58
Trivor Graf (Strasburg, CO), 1989-90
Richard Bailey (Painter Central, VA), 1979-82
Steve Allen Warren (Courtland Southampton, VA)
Plez Atkins (Bartlett, TX), 1989-92
Leroy Thompson (Knoxville Austin East, TN), 1983-86
Richie Ange (Jamesville, NC), 1981-84
Mike Boxwell (Dumas, TX), 1959-61
Season
INTERCEPTION SPECIALISTS — From 1979 to 1982, Richard Bailey
(above left) of Painter Central, VA, picked off 47 passes, tied for fourth
place on the all-time list. He also had 23 aerial takeaways in 1982, which
ranks him in a tie for the third all time. In 1942, Jack Roberts (No. 28 above
right) of Bethel Park, PA, placed second on the all-time list with seven
interceptions in a game (now ranks in a tie for third). When the game was
on the line, Sean Maurice of Modesto Beyer, CA, (bottom left) came up
big in a 1980 game. With four interceptions in one quarter, Maurice set the
national record. Making the performance even more impressive is that the
four picks came on four consecutive possessions in the fourth quarter. Tom
Wort (bottom right) of New Braunfels, TX, added his name the Record
Book with two interceptions returned for touchdowns in one quarter. The
feat came in a 51-6 win over Sequin, TX, on August 29, 2008.
35
26
23
23
22
22
22
21
21
20
20
Game
9
8
7
7
DEFENSE
MOST FUMBLES RECOVERED
6
6
Game
6
6 Clyde Pearson (Pueblo Centennial, CO) vs. Colorado Springs,
CO, 1958
6 Brendan Cameron (Park Ridge Maine South, IL) vs. Waukegan,
IL, 10-13, 2001
5 Cory Cain (Glenwood, IA) vs. Oskaloosa, IA, 11-2, 1994
5 Larry Robinson Jr. (Magnolia, TX) vs. Channelview, TX, 9-6, 1991
5 Mark Smith (Sacramento, CA) vs. Johnson, CA, 1986
5 Rich Dalman (Nashville, IL) vs. Pinckneyville, IL, 1965
5 Jeff Brown (Kansas City O’Hara, MO) vs. Richmond, MO, 10-30,
1992
5 Joe Palmer (Kansas City O’Hara, MO) vs. Pleasant Hill, MO, 1025, 1997
4 Lynn Smith (Chester, CA) vs. Herlong, CA, 1983
4 Jeff Houghton (Bakersfield Foothill, CA) vs. Bakersfield West, CA
1974
4 Jack Ellena (Susanville Lassen, CA) vs. Chico, CA, 1948
4 Steve Woodrow (Carrollton, MI) vs. Oscoda, MI, 10-7, 1977
4 Chris Robinson (Frankenmuth, MI) vs. North Branch, MI, 9-18,
1992
4 Kris Bartee (Searcy Harding Academy, AR) vs. Carlisle, AR, 1029, 1998
4 Jeff Meisenheimer (Palmyra Northwestern, IL) vs. Winchester
West Central, IL, 8-29, 2003
4 Ben Holman (Eureka, IL) vs. Manilus Bureau Valley, IL, 2001
4 Mike Adams (Chicago Luther North, IL) vs. Chicago Luther South,
IL, 1996
4 Scott Duffield (Lewistown, IL) vs. Peoria Heights, IL, 9-15, 2000
Jim Linnstaeder (Brenham, TX), 1956
Trivor Graf (Strasburg, CO), 1990
Richard Bailey (Painter Central, VA), 1982
Kendall Barrow (High Island, TX), 1979
Roy Deen (Willis Point, TX), 1965
Steve Bellar (La Junta, CO), 1964
David McWilliams (Cleburne, TX), 1959
Baron Jackson (Baton Rouge Southern Lab, LA), 1986
Donald Moore (Splendora, TX), 1977
Gary Hamilton (Liberty, TX), 1974
Tommy Jones (Crane, TX), 1968
6
6
6
6
6
Ken Golin (Broome, SC), 1981
Glenn Rogers (Sandpoint, ID) vs. Bonners Ferry, ID, 1928
Donald Moore (Splendora, TX) vs. New Waverly, TX, 1977
Jack Roberts (Bethel Park, PA) vs. McDonald South Fayette, PA,
1942
Derek Warner (Rantoul, IL) vs. Gibson City, IL, 1973
Weston Borba (Chowchilla, CA) vs. Oakhurst Yosemite, CA, 10-2,
1998
Robert Murski (Houston St. Thomas, TX) vs. Houston St. Pius,
TX, 1966
Stephen Columbia (Winchester George R. Clark, KY) vs. Mount
Sterling Montgomery County, KY, 2001
Chad Thoma (Bloomington Central Catholic, IL) vs. Clinton, IL,
10-11, 1991
Jeff Harrison (Columbus East, OH) vs. Columbus West, OH, 1987
Tyrell Pierce (Kyle Little Wound, SD), 2002
Dean Morris (Springdale Shiloh Christian, AR), 1997
Quarter
4 Charlie McCoy (Georgiana, AL) vs. Florala, AL, 1981
4 Sean Maurice (Modesto Beyer, CA) vs. Modesto Downey, CA, 102, 1980
4 Brandon Parker (Stockton Lincoln, CA) vs. Stockton Franklin, CA,
1998
Returned For Touchdown — Season
4 Mike Galliger (West Central, SD), 2007
Returned For Touchdown — Quarter
Game — Returned for Touchdowns
3 Jake Faulds (Gunnison, CO), 1991
3 Sid Malon (Oceanside El Camino, CA) vs. Fallbrook, CA, 1978
100
2 Tom Wort (New Braunfels, TX) vs Seguin, TX, 8-29, 2008
2 Sean Tefft (Hastings, MI) vs. Albion, MI, 1999
2 Jason Pavilige (Fremont, MI) vs. Remus Chippewa Hills, MI, 9-3,
1999
2 Chris Lokkis (Hesperia, MI) vs. Newaygo, MI, 10-5, 2001
2 Vince LaRocca (Ottawa Lake Whiteford, MI) vs. Pittsford, MI, 829, 2002
2 John Cally (Okemos, MI) vs. Lansing Eastern, MI, 10-17, 2003
Football
MOST BLOCKED PUNTS
575 John McKissick (Summerville, SC), 1952-2009 (575-135-13)
[879.5%]
484 John T. Curtis Jr. (River Ridge John Curtis Christian School, LA),
1969-2009 (484-49-6) [89.8%]
437 Larry Campbell (Lincolnton Lincoln County, GA), 1972-2009 (43774-2) [85.2%]
412 G.A. Moore Jr. (Bryson, TX; Pilot Point, TX; Celina, TX; Sherman,
TX), 1962-70, 1972-2004 (412-85-9) [82.4%]
406 Mike Smith (Hampton, VA), 1971-2009 (406-64-2) [86.0%]
405 Pete Adkins (Centralia, MO; Jefferson City, MO), 1951-94 (40560-4) [86.8%]
396 Gordon L. Wood (Rule, TX; Haskell, TX; Roscoe, TX; Seminole,
TX; Winters, TX; Stamford, TX; Victoria, TX; Brownwood, TX),
1940-85 (396-91-15) [80.5%]
389 Al Fracassa (Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice, MI), 1963-2009 (389107-7) [77.3%]
387 George Curry (Lehman Lake-Lehman, PA; Berwick, PA), 19672005 (387-83-5) [82.1%]
387 Charles “Corky” Rogers (Jacksonville The Bolles School, FL),
1968-2009 (387-69-1) [84.7%]
383 Willie Varner (Woodruff, SC), 1954-96 (383-132-10) [73.9%]
381 Ron Holtman (Alton Marquette, IL; St. Louis Mary InstituteCountry Day School, MO), 1955-2004 (381-103-8) [78.3%]
375 Dick Tighe (Fort Dodge St. Edmond, IA; Carroll Kuemper
Catholic, IA; Webster City, IA; Iowa Falls, IA), 1954-2009 (375147-8) [70.8%]
371 Joe Bradshaw (Aliceville, AL; Macon Noxubee County, MS; Sardis
North Panola, MS; Charleston Strider Academy, MS), 1962-2005
(371-120-4) [75.3%]
368 Jerry Brewer (Jasper, IN), 1960-2002 (368-105-2) [77.7%]
368 Frank McClellan (Baiden, MS; McAdams, MS; Durant, MS;
Barton, AR), 1968-2005 (368-77-4) [82.4%]
367 Alton “Red” Franklin (Haynesville, LA), 1967-2001 (367-76-7)
[82.2%]
364 Howie Vogts (Bethpage, NY), 1953-2009 (364-124-10) [73.1%]
362 John Herrington (Farmington Hills Harrison, MI), 1970-2009 (36283-1) [81.2%]
361 Warren H. Wolf (Brick Township, NJ), 1958-2007 (361-122-11)
[74.3%]
361 Elbert Wright (Lower Rio Grande, TX; Edcouch-Elsa, TX; Mission,
TX; Warren Central Vicksburg, MS; Port Gibson, MS; Port Gibson
Chamberlain Hunt Academy, MS), 1954-92, 1994-2000 (361-12617) [73.3%]
360 Terry Malone (Hamilton Badin, OH), 1956-2003 (360-117-8)
[75.1%]
358 Bob Shore (Jasper, MO; Granby East Newton, MO; Camdenton,
MO), 1964-2009 (358-94) [79.2%]
357 Bob Ladouceur (Concord De La Salle, CA), 1979-2009 (357-243) [93.0%]
354 Carlton Flatt (Brentwood Academy, TN), 1971-98, 2002-06 (35468-3) [83.9%]
354 Victor Paternostro (Sparta Pope John XXIII, NJ), 1968-2008 (35465-5) [84.3%]
352 Deward (Dewey) Sullivan (Dayton, OR), 1965-2006 (352-84-2)
[80.6%]
346 Julius “Pinky” Babb (Duncan, GA; Gainesville, GA; Greenwood,
SC), 1939-81 (346-86-24) [78.5%]
346 Dan Pitts (Forsyth Mary Persons, GA), 1959-97 (346-109-4)
[75.8%]
346 Tom Brown (Maiden, NC; Claremont Bunker Hill, NC; Maiden,
NC), 1966-78, 1982-2006 (346-111-7) [75.4%]
345 Curt Bladt, (Harlan Community, Harlan, IA) 1978-2009 (345-35)
[90.8%]
345 Bob Schneider (Newport Central Catholic, KY), 1966-2009 (345181-2) [65.3%]
344 Marijon Ancich (Santa Fe Springs St. Paul, CA), 1961-2005 (344123-4) [73.5%]
344 Robert Hyland (Fond du lac St. Mary’s Springs, WI), 1971-2009
(344-98-2) [77.5%]
342 Bob Raczek (Stevens Point Pacelli, WI), 1967-2009 (342-152-2)
[69.0%]
342 Ken Netherland (Memphis Hillcrest, TN; Germantown, TN;
Memphis St. George’s Independent School, TN), 1966-2008 (342124-3) [73.4%]
339 Mike Boyd (Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes, MI), 1965-68, 19702009 (339-108-1) [75.7%]
339 Duane Twait (Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn, IA; Pender, NE;
Emmetsburg, IA), 1964-2002 (339-63-2) [84.4%]
339 Al Hetrick (Versailles, OH), 1968-2006 (339-97-3) [77.8%]
339 Jerry Pezzetti (Ankeny, IA; Melcher-Dallas, IA; Murray, IA), 19602009 (339-135-1) [71.4%]
PALMETTO STATE LEADERS — Two of the winningest coaches in high
school football history have spent their entire careers at one high school in
South Carolina. John McKissick (left) of Summerville, SC, who is the
nation’s all-time winningest football coach, also is the all-time winningest
coach at the same school with a record of 575-135-13. Willie Varner (right)
of Woodruff, SC, who retired following the 1996 season, compiled a 383132-10 record in 43 years which ranks seventh for most victories at the
same school and 11th for all-time wins. Both coaches have been inducted
into the National High School Hall of Fame.
GAME WINNERS — Pete Adkins (left) of Jefferson City, MO, and
Gordon Wood (right) of Brownwood, TX, ended their coaching careers
with 405 and 396 wins, respectively, good enough to rank sixth and seventh
on the all-time list. Adkins, who compiled a 405-60-4 record when he retired
at the end of the 1994 season, ranks tied for 17th for most wins at the same
school (354). Wood, who retired following the 1985 season with a 396-9115 record, was inducted into the National High School Hall of Fame in
1983.
Season
7 Ben Pravecek (Winner, SD), 1998
5 Paul William (Yankton, SD), 2000
Game
8 Jacob Finer (Utica Free Academy, NY) vs. Fulton, NY, 1926
4 Charlie McCoy (Georgiana, AL) vs. Florala, AL, 1981
4 Glenn Stockowitz (Flint Northern, MI) vs. Bay City Central, MI,
1928
4 Norman Porter (Birmingham, MI) vs. Dearborn, MI, 10-10, 1941
4 Tom Paulik (Pinconning, MI) vs. Saginaw Buena Vista, MI, 10-17,
2003
2 Dean Novotny (Winner, SD), 1981
Quarter
4 Charlie McCoy (Georgiana, AL) vs. Florala, AL, 1981
COACHING
MOST WINS
All-Time
101
FB
Most Wins, All Time (Cont.)
Football
Most Wins, All Time (Cont.)
Most Wins, All Time (Cont.)
338 Dick Basham (Milwaukee Marquette, WI), 1970-2008 (338-87)
[79.5%]
338 Herb Meyer (Oceanside, CA; Oceanside El Camino, CA) 19592003 (338-150-13) [68.9%]
337 Chris Geesman (Mishawaka Penn, IN), 1965-2002 (337-66-3)
[83.5%]
335 Edward E. Buller (Bucklin, KS; Agenda, KS; Clyde, KS), 1940-84
(335-78-7) [80.5%]
335 Rodney Wotton (St. Thomas Aquinas, ME; Dover, NH), 1963-2009
(335-91-3) [78.1%]
333 Jack Johnson (Great Falls C.M. Russell, MT), 1973-2009 (333102-1) [76.4%]
332 John Tucker (Parsons, TN; Tiptonville, TN; Hohenwald Lewis
County, TN; Dickson, TN; Milan, TN; Dyer Gibson County, TN;
Humboldt, TN), 1955-97 (332-132-10) [71.1%]
332 Tom Stone (Packwood Pekin, IA), 1967-2009 (332-83-1) [79.9%]
331 Curt Bladt (Harlan, IA), 1978-2008 (331-35) [90.4%]
329 Tom Jaworski (Omaha Creighton Prep, NE), 1971-2008 (329-85)
[79.5%]
328 Pat Panek (Denver Machebeuf, CO; Denver East, CO; Norfolk,
NE; St. Paul, NE; Fullerton, NE), 1925-77 (328-117-29) [72.2%]
327 Jim Drewry (Cornith Kossuth, MS; Tishomingo, MS; Booneville,
MS), 1958-86; 1989-2007 (327-151-5) [68.2%]
326 Michael Pettine (Doylestown Central Bucks West, PA), 1967-99
(326-42-4) [88.2%]
326 Carl Madison (Walnut Hill Ernest Ward, FL; Milton, FL; Atlanta
Forest Park, GA; Gonzales J.M. Tate, FL; Pensacola Pine Forest,
FL; Albany Westover, GA; Pensacola, FL; Jackson Academy, AL),
1957-2004 (326-139-7) [69.9%]
324 E.B. Etter (Chattanooga Central, TN; Chattanooga Baylor, TN),
1943-83 (324-102-13) [75.2%]
323 Pat Mancuso (Leetonia, OH; Cincinnati Princeton, OH), 1955-96
(323-100-14) [76.0%]
323 Vincent O’Connor (Fresh Meadows St. Francis, NY), 1953-2009
(323-157-11) [65.8%]
322 Joe Tunnell (Rush Springs, OK, Lindsay, OK), 1959-99 (322-1377) [70.0%]
321 Philip Haywood (Belfry, KY), 1975-2009 (321-119) [73.0%]
320 Dick Haines (Adena, OH; Triadelphia, WV; Cadiz, OH; Dover, OH;
Vista, CA), 1952-94 (320-126-12) [71.2%]
320 Charles Lenahan (Plymouth Regional, NH), 1971-2009, (320-6631) [83.3%]
320 Jim Bellamy (Schaller, IA; Perry, IA; Mount Vernon, IA), 19602006 (320-126-4) [73.4%]
318 Maurice Collins (Archbishop Carroll, Gonzaga, DC), 1960-88,
1991-99 (318-62-4) [83.3%]
317 Robert Davis (Macon Warner Robbins, GA; Macon Westside,
GA), 1973-2003 (317-58-1) [84.6%]
317 Jimmy Moore (Hamilton, MS; Columbus New Hope, MS; Leighton
Colbert County, AL), 1965-2002 (317-105-5) [74.9%]
316 Armond Colombo (Brockton, MA; Archbishop Williams, MA) 19612002 (316-100-5) [76.2%]
316 Les Davis (Grenola, KS; Greeley, KS; Towanda Circle, KS; Sedan,
KS), 1957; 1959-2005 (316-127-1) [71.4%]
315 Wayman Creel (Atlanta Northside, GA; Atlanta Lakeside, GA;
Atlanta Westminister, GA), 1952-89 (315-105-12) [74.3%]
314 Donald Howell (Hobart, IN), 1965-98 (314-73 2) [81.0%]
314 Bob Shore (Jasper, MO; Granby East Newton, MO; Camdenton,
MO), 1964-2004 (314-83) [79.1%]
313 Gene Cox (Monticello Jefferson County, FL; Live Oak Suwannee,
FL; Tallahassee Leon, FL; Monticello Aucilla Christian Academy,
FL), 1958-95 (313-99-4) [75.7%]
313 Robert Paroli (Westover, NC; Fayetteville Douglas Byrd, NC),
1959-99 (313-147-11) [67.7%]
313 Dick Dullaghan (Indianapolis Bishop Chatard, IN; Carmel, IN;
Indianapolis Ben Davis, IN), 1969-79, 1984-2003 (313-58) [84.1%]
313 Ivan McGlone (Huntington Vinson, WV; Russell, KY), 1976-2009
(313-153-3) [66.7%]
312 Jack Pratt (Flint St. Matthew, MI; Grand Blanc, MI; Flint Kearsley,
MI; Flint Powers Catholic, MI), 1968-76, 1980-2006 (312-133-7)
[70.1%]
310 Jim Bradley (Las Cruces Mayfield, NM; Roswell, NM), 1965-2005
(310-83-8) [78.3%]
310 August Bossu (Cleveland Cathedral Latin, OH; Cleveland
Benedictine, OH), 1948-53, 1955-93 (310-130-20) [69.6%]
309 Jim Roth (Catawissa Southern Columbia, PA), 1985-2009 (30955-2) [84.4%]
309 Robert Holstead (Tallulah, LA; Tallulah Academy, LA), 1955-68,
1970-95 (309-146-8) [67.6%]
309 Karl Kiefer (Phoenix Mountain Pointe, AZ), 1965-2005 (309-1353) [69.6%]
308 Leo “Smokey” Boyd (Saginaw Nouvel, MI), 1953, 1956-99 (308116-4) [72.4%]
308 Walter Brooks (Hurricane, UT; St. George Dixie, UT), 1936-74
307 Bill Chappell (Dalton, GA), 1964-95 (307-71-9) [80.3%]
307 Robert Fairchild (Chillicothe, MO), 1960-97 (307-79-5) [79.3%]
307 Geary Labuary (California, MO), 1974-2007 (307-79) [79.5%]
306 Don Bucci (Youngstown Cardinal Mooney, OH), 1966-99 (306-895) [77.3%]
306 Frank Pazzaglia (Archbald Valley View, PA), 1969-2004 (306-978) [75.4%]
305 Bill Gentry (Albuquerque Highland, NM; Albuquerque Eldorado,
NM), 1958-95 (305-102-5) [74.8%]
305 Mojo Hollowell (Owensboro Catholic, KY; John Marshall, IN),
1957-2000 (305-187-7) [61.9%]
304 Jack Pratt (Flint St. Matthew, MI; Grand Blanc, MI; Flint Kearsley,
MI; Flint Powers Catholic, MI), 1958-76; 1980-2006 (304-129-7)
[70.0%}
302 Nick Hyder (Rome West Rome, GA; Valdosta, GA), 1968-95 (30248-5) [85.6%]
302 Glenn Daniel (Pine Hill, AL; Luverne, AL), 1947-92 (302-166-16)
[64.0%]
301 Charles “Babe” Howell (Avery County, NC; Sylva, NC; Smoky
Mountain Sylva-Webster, NC; Fanning County, GA; Cherokee
County, GA;), 1966-2000 (301-121-6) [71.0%]
301 Bruce Hendrickson (Commerce, OK; Texhoma, OK; Okeene, OK;
Seiling, OK; Wynnewood, OK), 301-72-2 [80.3%]
301 Norman Lineburg (Radford, VA), 1970-2003 (301-138-8) [68.2%]
HALL OF FAMERS — Two of the all-time winningest football coaches have
been inducted into the National High School Hall of Fame. Julius “Pinky’’
Babb (left) won 346 games as a football coach from 1939 to 1981 at
Duncan, GA, Gainesville, GA, and Greenwood, SC. August “Augie’’
Bossu (right) led his teams at Cleveland Cathedral Latin, OH, and
Cleveland Benedictine, OH, to 310 wins. Bossu also was a successful
baseball coach at Benedictine, where he accumulated 673 wins during in
his career.
UNBELIEVABLE RECORDS — Since becoming head coach at Concord
De La Salle, CA, in 1979, Bob Ladouceur (left) has led the program to a
remarkable 93.0 winning percentage, and orchestrated the longest winning
streak in high school football history. The Spartans won 151 games in a row
from 1992 to 2004 and Ladouceur’s career record stands at 357-24-3. In
2001, Ladouceur was inducted into the National High School Hall of Fame.
Charles Lenahan (right) of Plymouth Regional, NH, also has compiled an
impressive winning percentage during his tenure at the school. Since 1971,
Lenahan has a 83.3 winning percentage with 320 wins.
102
Football
Most Wins, All Time (Cont.)
GEORGIA GRIDIRON SKIPPER
— Larry Campbell (right) who has
spent his entire career at Lincolnton Lincoln County, GA, has compiled a sparkling 437-74-2 record
since 1972, which ranks third on the
active coaching list. In recognition
of his efforts, he was inducted into
the National High School Hall of
Fame in 2000.
Most Wins, Same School (Cont.)
Most Wins — Same School
575 John McKissick (Summerville, SC), 1952-2009 (575-135-13)
[879.5%]
484 John T. Curtis Jr. (River Ridge John Curtis Christian School, LA),
1969-2009 (484-49-6) [89.8%]
437 Larry Campbell (Lincolnton Lincoln County, GA), 1972-2009 (43774-2) [85.2%]
406 Mike Smith (Hampton, VA), 1971-2009 (406-64-2) [86.0%]
389 Al Fracassa (Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice, MI), 1963-2009 (389107-7) [77.3%]
387 Charles “Corky” Rogers (Jacksonville The Bolles School, FL),
1968-2009 (387-69-1) [84.7%]
383 Willie Varner (Woodruff, SC), 1954-96 (383-132-10) [73.9%]
368 Jerry Brewer (Jasper, IN), 1960-2002 (368-105-2) [77.7%]
367 Alton “Red” Franklin (Haynesville, LA), 1967-2001 (367-76-7)
[82.2%]
364 Howie Vogts (Bethpage, NY), 1953-2009 (364-124-10) [73.1%]
363 Victor Paternostro (Sparta Pope John XXIII, NJ), 1968-2009 (36367-5) [83.4%]
362 John Herrington (Farmington Hills Harrison, MI), 1970-2009 (36283-1) [81.2%]
361 Warren H. Wolf (Brick Township, NJ), 1958-2007 (361-122-11)
[74.3%]
360 Terry Malone (Hamilton Badin, OH), 1956-2003 (360-117-8)
[75.1%]
357 George Curry (Berwick, PA), 1971-2004 (357-70-4) [82.8%]
357 Bob Ladouceur (Concord De La Salle, CA), 1979-2009 (357-243) [93.0%]
354 Pete Adkins (Jefferson City, MO) 1958-94 (354-48-2) [87.9%]
354 Carlton Flatt (Brentwood Academy, TN), 1971-98, 2002-06 (35468-3) [83.9%]
352 Deward (Dewey) Sullivan (Dayton, OR), 1965-2006 (352-84-2)
[80.6%]
346 Dan Pitts (Forsyth Mary Persons, GA), 1959-97 (346-109-4)
[75.8%]
345 Bob Schneider (Newport Central Catholic, KY), 1966-2009 (345181-2) [65.3%]
345 Curt Bladt, (Harlan Community, Harlan, IA) 1978-2009 (345-35)
[90.8%]
344 Robert Hyland (Fond du lac St. Mary’s Springs, WI), 1971-2009
(344-98-2) [77.5%]
103
342 Bob Raczek (Stevens Point Pacelli, WI), 1967-2009 (342-152-2)
[69.0%]
339 Mike Boyd (Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes, MI), 1965-68, 19702009 (339-108-1) [75.7%]
339 Marijon Ancich (Santa Fe Springs St. Paul, CA), 1961-2004 (339118-4) [74.0%]
339 Al Hetrick (Versailles, OH), 1968-2006 (339-97-3) [77.8%]
338 Dick Basham (Milwaukee Marquette, WI), 1970-2008 (338-87)
[79.5%]
337 Chris Geesman (Mishawaka Penn, IN), 1965-2002 (337-66-3)
[83.5%]
336 Julius “Pinky’’ Babb (Greenwood, SC), 1943-81 (336-81-23) [78.9%]
333 Jack Johnson (Great Falls C.M. Russell, MT), 1973-2009 (333102-1) [76.4%]
332 Tom Stone (Packwood Pekin, IA), 1967-2009 (332-83-1) [79.9%]
331 Frank McClellan (Barton, AR), 1971-2003 (331-45-3) [87.9%]
323 Vincent O’Connor (Fresh Meadows St. Francis, NY), 1953-2009
(323-157-11) [65.8%]
321 Philip Haywood (Belfry, KY), 1975-2009 (321-119) [73.0%]
320 Charles Lenahan (Plymouth Regional, NH), 1971-2009 (320-631) [83.3%]
314 Donald Howell (Hobart, IN) 1965-98 (314-73) [81.1%]
309 Karl Kiefer (Phoenix Mountain Pointe, AZ), 1965-2005 (309-1353) [69.6%]
309 Jim Roth (Catawissa Southern Columbia, PA), 1985-2009 (30955-2) [84.4%]
308 Les Davis (Grenola, KS; Greeley, KS; Towanda Circle, KS; Sedan,
KS), 1957; 1959-2004 (308-125-1) [71.2%]
308 Leo “Smokey” Boyd (Saginaw Nouvel, MI), 1953, 1956-99 (308116-4) [72.4%]
307 Bill Chappell (Dalton, GA), 1964-95 (307-71-9) [80.3%]
307 Geary Labuary (California, MO), 1974-2007 (307-79) [79.5%]
305 Pat Mancuso (Cincinnati Princeton, OH), 1960-96 (305-76-11)
[79.3%]
304 Pat Mitchell (Cedar Falls, IA), 1967-2009 (304-129-1) [70.2]
300 Walt Braun (Marysville, MI), 1956-98 (300-98-3) [75.3%]
297 Joe Bradshaw (Charleston Strider Academy, MS), 1971-2004
(297-93) [76.2%]
293 Jeff Smith (East Lansing, MI), 1966-2003 (293-93-2) [75.8%]
292 Joe Jaggers (North Hardin, KY), 1966-98 (292-105-3) [73.5%]
290 Leo Robinson (Woodlake, CA), 1962-2002 (290-127-11) [69.2%]
289 Tom Mach (Detroit Catholic Central, MI), 1976-2008 (289-72)
[80.1%]
289 Bob Lantzy (Utica Eisenhower, MI), 1971-2009 (289-108-1)
[72.6%]
288 Boyce Smith (Springfield, TN), 1928-72 (288-116-34) [69.6%]
287 Johnny Barnes (Buffalo Canisius, NY), 1931-72 (287-68-16)
[77.4%]
285 Mojo Hollowell (Owensboro Catholic, KY), 1962-2000 (285-160-6)
[63.9%]
285 Duane Twait (Emmetsburg, IA), 1964-2002 (285-37) [88.5%]
284 Don Bucci (Poland Cardinal Mooney, OH), 1966-99 (284-79-5)
[78.8%]
283 Ed Thomas (Aplington-Parkersburg, IA), 1975-2008 (283-66)
[81.1%]
280 Jerry Pezzetti (Ankeny, IA), 1969-2007 (280-124-1) [69.3%]
280 Walter Brugh (Paintsville, KY), (280-136-5) [67.4%]
280 Bob Sanger (West Hancock, Britt, IA), 1968-2009 (280-125)
[69.1%]
279 John O’Boyle (Stockton, IL), 1961-97 (279-74-1) [79.1%]
277 August Bossu (Cleveland Benedictine, OH), 1955-93 (277-11277) [67.6%]
274 Jack Cronin (Providence LaSalle, RI), 1928-72 (274-120-19)
[68.5%]
FB
301 T.S. McFerrin (Snellville South Gwinnett, GA; Elberton Elbert
County, GA; Tucker, GA; Dalton Southeast Whitfield, GA;
Peachtree, GA; Blountsville Sullivan Central, TN; Lithonia, GA),
1968-82, 1984, 1986-96, 1998-2004 (301-93-4) [76.1%]
300 Walt Braun (Marysville, MI), 1956-98 (300-98-3) [75.3%]
300 Bron Bacevich (Hudson, MI; Peru St. Bede Academy, IL; Ottawa
Marquette, IL; Peoria Manual, IL; Kankakee, IL; Cincinnati Roger
Bacon, OH), 1930-74 (300-89-16) [76.0%]
296 George Larson (Jeffers, MN; Cambridge-Isanti, MN) 1956-99
(296-63-6) [82.6%]
295 Ken Hofer (Stephenson, MI; Menominee, MI), 1964-71, 19752009 (295-130-2) [69.1%]
294 Don Requa (Buhl, ID; Pendleton, OR), 1946-86 (294-95-6)
[75.2%]
292 Joe Jaggers (North Hardin, KY), 1966-98 (292-105-3) [73.5%]
290 Joseph Diminick (Coal Township, PA; Duncannon Susquenita, PA;
Mount Carmel, PA), 1956-92 (290-96-9) [74.4%]
290 Ed Thomas (Aplington-Parkersburg, IA; Blairsburg Northeast
Hamilton, IA), 1973-2008 (290-65) [81.7%]
289 Tom Mach (Detroit Catholic Central, MI), 1976-2008 (289-72)
[80.1%]
289 Gene Vollnogle (Wilmington Banning, CA; Carson, CA), 1957-90
(289-73-1) [79.9%]
289 Bob Lantzy (Utica Eisenhower, MI), 1971-2009 (289-108-1)
[72.6%]
288 Boyce Smith (Springfield, TN), 1928-72 (288-116-34) [69.6%]
287 Harold Tackleson (Burlington New London, IA; Burlington, IA;
Burlington Notre Dame, IA), 1930-78 (287-117-15) [70.3%]
287 Johnny Barne (Buffalo Canisius, NY), 1931-72 (287-68-16)
[77.4%]
286 Clyde Parrish (Red Springs, NC), 1957-92 (286-115-16) [70.5%]
284 Owen Hauck (Boone County, KY; Mt. Healthy, OH), 1963-97 (284130-4) [68.4%]
284 Max Hawk (Scotland, SD; Yankton, SD), 1957-94 (284-78-2)
[78.3%]
284 Pat Mitchell (Cedar Falls, IA), 1967-2007 (284-124-2) [69.5%]
280 Bob Sanger (West Hancock, Britt, IA) 1968-2009, (280-125)
[69.1%]
Football
Most Wins, Same School (Cont.)
HALL-OF-FAME COACH — A veteran of the high school coaching
profession, Frank McClellan of
Barton, AR, amassed 368 wins
during his career. Beginning his
career in 1968 at Baiden, MS,
McClellan was inducted into the
National High School Hall of Fame
in 2003.
Most Wins, Same School (Cont.)
273 Matt Senffner (New Lenox Providence, IL), 1968-2002 (273-1051) [72.3%]
273 Bill Maskill (Galesburg-Augusta, MI), 1951-91 (273-84-2) [76.3%]
273 Don Requa (Pendleton, OR), 1951-86 (273-86-5) [75.5%]
271 Garnis Martin (Bardstown, KY), 1952-89 (271-114-7) [70.1%]
270 Bob Schnitzler (Battle Creek, NE), (270-72-6) [78.4%]
270 Frank Vines (Alma, AR), 1976-2006 (270-98-4) [73.4%]
269 Benny Pierce (Saratoga, CA), 1961-94 (269-84-4) [76.5%]
268 A. Wright Bazemore (Valdosta, GA), 1941-42, 1946-71 (268-51-7)
[83.1%]
268 Jim Bellamy (Mount Vernon, IA), 1969-2005 (268-93-1) [74.2%]
268 Rick Bye (Sterling Heights Stevenson, MI), 1975-2009 (268-94)
[74.0%]
268 Herb Brogan (Jackson Lumen Christi, MI), 1980-2009 (268-62)
[81.2%]
267 Joseph Diminick (Mount Carmel, PA), 1962-92 (267-81-7) [76.1%]
267 Ralph Cummins (Clintwood, VA), 1953-87 (267-89-15) [73.9%]
262 Gary Korhonen (Oak Lawn Richards, IL), 1972-2002 (262-76)
[77.5%]
261 Jarrell Williams (Springdale, AR), 1964-2000 (261-133-5) [66.2%]
260 Samuel Budnuk (North Palm Beach Cardinal Newman, FL), (260158-4) [62.1%]
259 Glenn Daniel (Luverne, AL), 1955-92 (259-132-13) [65.6%]
259 Fred Tesone (Englewood Cherry Creek, CO), 1962-89 (259-49-2)
[83.9%]
258 Jack Salter (Covington, LA), 1963-95 (258-111-8) [69.5%]
258 Owen Hauck (Boone County, KY), 1967-97 (258-109-1) [70.4%]
256 Armond Colombo (Brockton, MA), 1969-2002 (256-80-2) [76.0%]
255 Alvin Scott (Chicago Simeon, IL), 1972-2002 (255-124) [67.3%]
254 John Hansen (Osseo, MN), 1952-89 (254-92-13) [72.4%]
254 Jack Morris (Mayfield, KY), (254-50-2) [83.3%]
253 James Reynolds (Detroit Martin Luther King, MI), 1974-2008
(253-112) [69.3%]
253 Terry Lewis (Chicago Harper, IL), 1973-2002 (253-99) [71.9%]
253 Dan Haley (Bowling Green, KY), 1966-94 (253-79-3) [76.1%]
253 Fred Spiegelberg (Medford, OR), 1952-82 (253-62-10) [79.4%]
253 Robert Davis (Macon Warner Robbins, GA), 1973-96 (253-41-1)
[86.2%]
251 Ray Hentges (Jefferson City Helias, MO), 1966-98 (251-99-3)
[71.7%]
250 Bernie Cox (Little Rock Central, AR), 1975-2004 (250-93-8)
[72.4%]
249 Nick Hyder (Valdosta, GA), 1974-95 (249-36-2) [87.1%]
249 Preston “Ty” Holland (Murray, KY), (249-159-28) [60.3%]
247 John Toppa (Newport Rogers, RI), 1958-90 (247-69-11) [77.1%]
245 Thell Overman (Wallace-Rose Hill, NC), 1958-88 (245-66-6)
[78.2%]
243 Rich Zinnanni (Kankakee McNamara, IL), 1975-2002 (243-77)
[75.9%]
242 Dan Darlington (Morris, IL), 1977-2002 (242-51) [82.6%]
241 Jerry Southmayd (Fairbank Wapsie Valley, IA), 1969-2001 (24183) [74.4%]
240 Bob Jamieson (Greensboro Senior/Grimsley, NC), 1933-69 (240125-15) [65.3%]
240 Roy Curry (Chicago Robeson, IL), 1969-2000 (240-104) [69.8%]
239 Dick Mettlach (Crystal Falls-Forest Park, MI), 1956-89 (239-73-6)
[76.1%]
238 Gene Cox (Tallahassee Leon, FL), 1962-90
237 Donald Snyder (Farmingdale, NY), 1952-92 (237-93-8) [71.3%]
237 Frank Barger (Hickory, NC), 1953-84 (237-108-5) [68.8%]
235 Al Marshall (Beaver, UT), 1963-91 (235-76-1) [75.3%]
234 Dudley Hilton (Paris Bourbon County, KY), 1975-2000 (234-80)
[74.5%]
233 Max Hawk (Yankton, SD), 1965-94 (233-65) [78.2%]
233 Dick Soisson (Kalamazoo Hackett, MI), 1950-90 (233-124-7)
[64.8%]
104
231 Jack Castignola (Trenton, MI), 1948-51, 1953-85 (231-88-6)
[72.0%]
230 Kenneth Soper (Dove Creek Dolores County, CO), 1964-88
230 Win Brockmeyer (Wausau, WI), 1937-70 (230-33-9) [86.0%]
229 Bob Howard (Sigourney-Keota, IA), 1980-2006 (229-52) [81.5%]
227 Marshall Patterson (Fort Campbell, KY), 1962-93 (227-120)
[65.4%]
227 Ed Haenfler (Grant Perkins County, NE), 1935-42, 1946-72 (22765-10) [76.8%]
226 George Smith (Mahtomedi, MN), 1951-87 (226-99-11) [68.8%]
226 Sid Cichy (Fargo Shanley, ND), 1948-77 (226-37-4) [85.4%]
226 Bill Eutsler (Rockingham, NC), 1940-71 (226-74-14) [74.2%]
225 Tom Mitchell (Chicago Brother Rice, IL), 1958-96 (225-156-4)
[59.0%]
225 William Kean (Louisville Central, KY), 1923-55 (225-45-12) [81.9%]
224 Wayne Schneider (Tracy, CA) 1965-72, 1977-94 (224-59-5)
[79.2%]
224 Emil Nasser (Winslow, AZ), 1947-80 (224-95-7) [69.6%]
222 Frank Lenti (Chicago Mt. Carmel, IL), 1984-2002 (222-30) [88.1%]
222 Gordon Gillespie (Joliet Catholic, IL), 1959-85 (222-54-6) [79.8%]
220 Rodney Wotton (Eliot Marshwood, ME), 1966-92 (220-33-1)
[87.0%]
220 Lou Scales (Alexandria, AL), 1948-85 (220-142-12) [60.4%]
219 Marion Kirby (Greensboro Page, NC), 1972-95 (219-50-2) [81.2%]
219 Roy Walton (Lexington Tates Creek, KY), (219-116-3) [65.4%]
218 Karl Kiefer (Tempe McClintock, AZ), 1965-90 (218-73-3) [74.5%]
215 G.A. Moore Jr. (Celina, TX), 1972-76, 1988-2001 (215-27-3)
[88.6%]
215 E.B. Etter (Chattanooga Central, TN), 1943-61 (215-67-13)
[74.9%]
215 Lynn Ray (Covington Catholic, KY), 1975-2001 (215-112) [65.7%]
214 M.J. McCarty (Winnetka North Shore Country Day, IL), 1944-89
(214-124-6) [63.1%]
214 Everett Stine (Byron, IL), 1967-2002 (214-127-6) [62.5%]
213 Paul Adams (Deerfield, IL), 1966-92 (213-55) [79.5%]
211 Warren Dobry (Monmouth, IL), 1981-2000 (211-144) [59.4%]
211 Glenn Schott (Belleville Althoff, IL), 1970-2002 (211-116-3) [64.5%]
210 Steve Thomas (Arcola, IL), 1965-93 (210-91-2) [69.6%]
210 Randy Hinkel (Madrid, IA), 1986-2009 (220-43) [83.7%]
208 Walt Aschenbach (Winnetka New Trier, IL), 1925-65 (208-105-14)
[65.7%]
207 Dave Mattio (Chicago Heights Marian Catholic, IL), 1975-2002
(207-88) [70.2%]
205 Don Kemp (Concord Triopia, IL), 1959-88 (205-64-7) [75.7%]
204 Robert Shannon (East St. Louis, IL), 1976-95 (204-37) [75.6%]
204 Sam Harp (Danville, KY), 1980-2000 (204-66) [75.6%]
Football
575 John McKissick (Summerville, SC), 1952-2009 (575-135-13)
[879.5%]
484 John T. Curtis Jr. (River Ridge John Curtis Christian School, LA),
1969-2009 (484-49-6) [89.8%]
437 Larry Campbell (Lincolnton Lincoln County, GA), 1972-2009 (43774-2) [85.2%]
406 Mike Smith (Hampton, VA), 1971-2009 (406-64-2) [86.0%]
389 Al Fracassa (Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice, MI), 1963-2009 (389107-7) [77.3%]
387 Charles “Corky” Rogers (Jacksonville The Bolles School, FL),
1968-2009 (387-69-1) [84.7%]
375 Dick Tighe (Fort Dodge St. Edmond, IA; Carroll Kuemper
Catholic, IA; Webster City, IA; Iowa Falls, IA), 1954-2009 (375147-8) [70.8%]
364 Howie Vogts (Bethpage, NY), 1953-2009 (364-124-10) [73.1%]
363 Victor Paternostro (Sparta Pope John XXIII, NJ), 1968-2009 (36367-5) [83.4%]
362 John Herrington (Farmington Hills Harrison, MI), 1970-2009 (36283-1) [81.2%]
358 Bob Shore (Jasper, MO; Granby East Newton, MO; Camdenton,
MO), 1964-2009 (358-94) [79.2%]
357 Bob Ladouceur (Concord De La Salle, CA), 1979-2009 (357-243) [93.0%]
352 Dick Basham (Milwaukee Marquette, WI), 1970-2009 (352-87)
[80.2%]
345 Curt Bladt (Harlan, IA), 1978-2009 (345-35) [90.8%]
345 Bob Schneider (Newport Central Catholic, KY), 1966-2009 (345181-2) [65.3%]
344 Robert Hyland (Fond du lac St. Mary’s Springs, WI), 1971-2009
(344-98-2) [77.5%]
342 Ken Netherland (Memphis Hillcrest, TN; Germantown, TN;
Memphis St. George’s Independent School, TN), 1966-2008 (342124-3) [73.4%]
342 Bob Raczek (Stevens Point Pacelli, WI), 1967-2009 (342-152-2)
[69.0%]
339 Mike Boyd (Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes, MI), 1965-68, 19702009 (339-108-1) [75.7%]
339 Jerry Pezzetti (Ankeny, IA; Melcher-Dallas, IA; Murray, IA), 19602009 (339-135-1) [71.4%]
335 Rodney Wotton (St. Thomas Aquinas, ME; Dover, NH), 1963-2009
(335-91-3) [78.1%]
333 Jack Johnson (Great Falls C.M. Russell, MT), 1973-2009 (333102-1) [76.4%]
332 Tom Stone (Packwood Pekin, IA), 1967-2009 (332-83-1) [79.9%]
323 Vincent O’Connor (Fresh Meadows St. Francis, NY), 1953-2009
(323-157-11) [65.8%]
321 Philip Haywood (Belfry, KY), 1975-2009 (321-119) [73.0%]
320 Charles Lenahan (Plymouth Regional, NH), 1971-2009 (320-631) [83.3%]
313 Ivan McGlone (Huntington Vinson, WV; Russell, KY), 1976-2009
(313-153-3) [66.7%]
309 Jim Roth (Catawissa Southern Columbia, PA), 1985-2009 (30955-2) [84.4%]
304 Pat Mitchell (Cedar Falls, IA), 1967-2009 (304-129-1) [70.2]
295 Ken Hofer (Stephenson, MI; Menominee, MI), 1964-71, 19752009 (295-130-2) [69.1%]
289 Bob Lantzy (Utica Eisenhower, MI), 1971-2009 (289-108-1)
[72.6%]
280 Bob Sanger (West Hancock, Britt, IA) 1968-2009, (280-125)
[69.1%]
268 Herb Brogan (Jackson Lumen Christi, MI), 1980-2009 (268-62)
[81.2%]
268 Rick Bye (Sterling Heights Stevenson, MI), 1975-2009 (268-94)
[74.0%]
105
FB
Most Wins — Active Coaches
Football
Nine-player Football
TEAM
Game — Both Teams
128 Mott, ND vs. Glen Ullin/Hebron, ND, 10-9, 1992
106 Starbuck, MN (72) vs. Kensington Hoffman-Kensington, MN, 1010, 1986
104 Kimball, SD (76) vs. Gettysburg, SD (28), 2001
101 Richardton-Taylor, ND (54) vs. Hettinger, ND (47), 10-14, 2005
ALL-TIME
STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Half
76 Avon, SD vs. Marty, SD, 2004
All-Time
6
5
4
4
4
Stephen-Argyle Central, MN, 2003-09
Freeman, SD, 1981-99
Montrose, SD, 1973-84
Tripp-Delmont, SD, 1987-2002
Avon, SD, 2002-08
Consecutive
Quarter
46 Avon, SD vs. Marty, SD, 2004
42 Avon, SD vs. South Central, SD, 2008
MOST TOUCHDOWNS
Season
5 Stephen Stephen-Argyle, MN, 2003-07
4 Freeman, SD, 1996-99
3 Tripp, SD, 1983-85
82 Hanson, SD, 2005
76 Avon, SD, 2005
Game
WINS
9 Avon, SD vs. Marty, SD, 2004
Consecutive
67
46
31
30
24
24
24
Stephen Stephen-Argyle, MN, 2002-07
Freeman, SD, 1996-99
White River, SD, 1976-79
Arlington, SD, 2004-06
Northwood, ND, 1984-86
Grant-Deuel, SD, 1978-81
Htichcock, SD, 1970-72
UNDEFEATED TEAMS
MOST YARDS
Season
6,047
4,915
4,067
3,984
Game — One Team
Seasons
705
670
663
623
615
603
597
592
559
556
5 Avon, SD, 1974-2009
MOST OVERTIMES
Game
6 Bridgewater-Mitchell Christian, SD vs. Marion, SD, 1994
5 Highmore-Harold, SD vs. Hitchcock-Tulare, SD, 2006
OFFENSE
MOST POINTS
Tripp-Delmont, SD, 1997
Avon, SD, 2008
Hanson, SD, 2005
Garretson, SD, 1990
Emery-Ethan, SD, 2001
Freeman, SD, 1997
Freeman, SD, 1996
Hanson, SD, 2008
Gettysburg, SD, 2001
Kimball, SD, 2001
Game — One Team
88
84
80
77
76
76
76
76
76
76
Philip, SD vs. Kadoka, SD, 2005
Viborg, SD vs. Marty, SD, 2006
Philip, SD vs. Murdo Jones County-Midland, SD, 2005
Andes Central, SD vs. Marty, SD, 2006
Kimball, SD vs. Gettysburg, SD, 2001
Mott, ND vs. Glen Ullin/Hebron, ND, 10-9, 1992
Avon, SD vs. Marty, SD, 2004
Baltic, SD vs. Marty, SD, 2006
Gettysburg, SD vs. Hoven, SD, 2008
Selby Area, SD vs. McLaughlin, SD, 2008
Kimball, SD, 2001
Harding County, SD, 2008
Freeman, SD vs. Menno, SD, 1996
Mott, ND vs. Burke Central, ND, 1990
Freeman, SD, 1996
Lyman, SD, 2007
Starbuck, MN, 11-13, 1981
Hettinger, ND vs. Richardton-Taylor, ND, 10-14, 2005
Dell Rapids St. Mary’s, SD, 2005
Grand-Deuel, SD, 2004
MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS
Season
633
619
580
533
Season
620
618
612
609
597
583
580
577
562
560
Freeman, SD, 1996
Hanson, SD, 2005
Stickney/Mt. Vernon, SD, 2005
Hanson, SD, 2004
Avon,
Avon,
Avon,
Avon,
SD,
SD,
SD,
SD,
2003
2004
2002
2005
MOST RUSHING YARDS
Season
5,134
4,476
3,979
3,969
3,927
3,870
3,837
3,744
3,544
3,530
Freeman, SD, 1996
Freeman, SD, 1997
Hanson, SD, 2005
Freeman, SD, 1998
Avon, SD, 2005
Hanson, SD, 2008
Sully Buttes, SD, 1989
Freeman, SD, 1999
Tripp-Delmont, SD, 2003
Emery-Ethan, SD, 1993
Game — One Team
670
623
579
566
553
106
Kimball, SD, 2001
Mott, ND vs. Burke Central, ND, 1990
Lyman, SD, 1982
Freeman, SD vs. Hitchcock-Tulare, SD, 1996
Freeman, SD, 1996
Football
Most Rushing Yards, Game (Cont.)
Dell Rapids St. Mary’s, SD vs. Menno, SD, 2005
Emery-Ethan, SD, 2003
Alcester-Hudson, SD, 1992
Edgeley-Kulm, ND, 1997
Onida Sully Buttes, SD, 1997
MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS
37 Mott-Regent, ND vs. Center/Stanton, ND, 9-26, 2003
36 Mott-Regent, ND vs. Wilton/Wing, ND, 8-28, 2004
35 North Central Benson, ND, 1997
MOST COMPLETIONS
Season
Season
532
507
448
437
429
Hanson,
Hanson,
Hanson,
Hanson,
Hanson,
157 Menno, SD, 2008
124 Canistota, SD, 2004
SD,
SD,
SD,
SD,
SD,
2002
2004
2005
2006
2003
Game
29
28
24
24
22
20
20
19
19
18
Game — One Team
74
67
66
62
58
58
56
56
56
55
55
Edgeley-Kulm, ND, 1997
Emery-Ethan, SD, 2003
Freeman, SD, 2005
Avon, SD, 2003
Tripp-Delmont, SD, 1987
Avon, SD, 2002
Avon, SD, 2002
Avon, SD, 2004
Avon, SD, 2005
Tripp, SD, 1983
Avon, SD, 2001
MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
DEFENSE
MOST SHUTOUTS
Season
11
5
5
4
4
Season
69 Hanson, SD, 2005
62 Avon, SD, 2005
MOST PASSING YARDS
Season
2,769
2,161
2,100
1,887
1,884
1,838
913
Menno, SD, 2008
Castlewood, SD, 1996
Hoven-Cresbard, SD, 1999
Bison, SD, 1995
Kimball, SD, 1994
Canistota, SD, 2004
Freeman, SD, 1996
New Underwood, SD, 1996
Calvin Border Central, ND vs. Walhalla, ND, 10-12, 1984
Hettinger, ND vs. Richardton-Taylor, ND, 10-14, 2005
Menno, SD, 2008
New Underwood, SD, 1996
Veblen-Rosholt, SD, 1997
Menno, SD, 2008
Tripp/Delmont/Armour, SD, 2008
Deubrook, SD, 1978
Doland, SD, 1966
MOST PASS ATTEMPTS
DeSmet, SD, 2003
Dell Rapids St. Mary’s, SD, 2007
Lyman, SD, 2007
White River, SD, 1976
Corsica, SD, 1986
FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED
Season
11 DeSmet, SD, 2003
FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED
Season
419 Freeman, SD, 1986
Game — One Team
531
530
516
512
506
443
396
392
389
354
Menno, SD, 2008
Mott-Regent, ND vs. Linton/HMB, ND, 10-23, 2004
Mott-Regent, ND vs. Wilton/Wing, ND, 8-28, 2004
Mott-Regent, ND vs. Center/Stanton, ND, 9-26, 2003
Tripp/Delmont/Armour, SD, 2008
Hettinger, ND vs. Richardton-Taylor, ND, 10-14, 2005
Menno, SD vs. Dell Rapids St. Mary’s, SD, 2005
Mott-Regent, ND vs. Center/Stanton, ND, 9-10, 2004
Britton, SD, 1992
Mott-Regent, ND vs. Crosby Divide County, ND, 9-3, 2004
MOST INTERCEPTIONS
Game
6 Armour, SD, 1976
6 Freeman, SD, 1988
6 Castlewood, SD, 1983
MOST SAFETIES
Game
3 Avon, SD, 2008
Season
INDIVIDUAL
221 Menno, SD, 2008
192 Ipswich, SD, 2008
191 Canistota, SD, 2004
Game
45
43
41
40
40
39
38
OFFENSE
MOST POINTS
Mott-Regent, ND vs. Linton/HMB, ND, 10-23, 2004
Hettinger, ND vs. Richardton-Taylor, ND, 10-14, 2005
Tea Area, SD, 2005
Tripp/Delmont/Armour, SD, 2008
Freeman, SD, 1989
Menno, SD, 2008
Calvin Border Central, ND vs. Walhalla, ND, 10-12, 1984
Career
814
732
634
518
107
Jake Steffen (Stickney-Mount Vernon, SD), 2003-06
Jim Williams (Hanson, SD), 2002-05
Mike Steffen (Stickney-Mount Vernon, SD), 2002-04
Chad Greenway (Stickney-Mount Vernon, SD), 1997-2000
FB
550
546
527
525
515
Most Passing Attempts, Game (Cont.)
Football
MOST RUSHING YARDS
Season
286
276
264
264
264
248
246
244
244
241
Ryder Wesichedel (Gettysburg, SD), 2001
Jim Williams (Hanson, SD), 2005
Aaron Wright (Armour, SD), 2000
Blake Wilson (Doland-Conde, SD), 2004
Jared Berg (Grant-Deuel, SD), 2004
Jake Steffen (Stickney-Mount Vernon, SD), 2005
Tom Hindman (Sully Buttes, SD), 1997
Tony Reinbold (Timber Lake, SD), 1973
Mike Carda (Geddes, SD), 1984
Roger Heirigs (Irene, SD), 1963
Game
54
54
50
48
48
48
46
44
44
44
44
44
Joe O’Hara (Montrose, SD), 1974
Jared Berg (Grant-Deuel, SD), 2004
Michael White (Berthold Lewis & Clark, ND) 2008
John Brookhart (Miller Sunshine Bible, SD), 1963
Tony Reinbold (Timber Lake, SD), 1973
Jim Jessen (Hitchcock, SD), 1979
Brock Schardin (Marion, SD), 2003
Bryce Carson (Langford, SD), 1998
Wayne Wormstadt (Artesian, SD), 1989
Jordan Harr (Freeman, SD), 2005
Tyler Edblom (Tea Area, SD), 2006
Brandon Fox (Newell, SD), 2008
Career
6,010
5,976
5,612
5,513
4,070
3,865
3,786
3,669
3,450
Season
2,517
2,488
2,456
2,357
2,347
2,206
2,197
2,194
2,162
2,131
Joe Evenson (Garretson, SD), 1997
Bryce Carson (Langford, SD), 1998
Jared Berg (Grant-Deuel, SD), 2004
Tim Bottom (Hitchock-Tulare, SD), 1996
Josh Hofer (Freeman, SD), 1996
Jared Schrempp (Gettysburg, SD), 2008
Brad Tunge (Hurley/Marion, SD), 2008
Clay Urban (Lyman, SD), 1996
Brent Bass (Castlewood, SD), 1996
Josh Schleusner (New Underwood, SD), 1997
Game
FIELD GOALS
550
495
452
438
415
405
399
390
390
378
Longest
47
47
40
39
38
37
23
Jim Williams (Hanson, SD), 2002-05
Joe Evenson (Garretson, SD), 1994-97
Seth Walter (Freeman, SD), 1997-00
Jordon Harr (Freeman, SD), 2002-05
Jared Berg (Grant-Deuel, SD), 2001-04
Jerry Healy (Montrose, SD), 1983-85
Jared Schrempp (Gettysburg, SD), 2005-08
Casey Cuny (Kadoka, SD; Phillip, SD), 2003-06
Jake Steffen (Stickney-Mt. Vernon, SD), 2003-06
Jason Larson (Woonsocket, SD), 1989
Dakota Hulm (Bison, SD), 1999
Erv Archambeau (Avon, SD), 2006
Vince Gauer (Bowdle, SD), 1985
Lars Cramer Johnson (Castlewood, SD), 1984
Tony Waba (Montrose, SD), 2005
Ray Tibbs (Stanley County, SD), 1986
Nathan Arnold (Ellendale, ND), 2008
Jared Berg (Grant-Deuel, SD), 2004
Clay Urban (Lyman, SD), 1997
Nathan Solberg (Alcester-Hudson, SD), 1992
Jordon Harr (Freeman, SD), 2005
Ryder Weischedel (Gettysburg, SD), 2001
Seth Walter (Freeman, SD), 9-29, 2000
Wayne Wormstadt (Artesian, SD), 1990
Seth Walter (Freeman, SD), 9-15, 2000
Seth Walter (Freeman, SD), 2000
MOST EXTRA POINTS KICKING
MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS
Game
Career
8 Paul Malenke (Starbuck, MN) vs. Campbell Campbell-Tintah, MN,
10-14, 1983
MOST YARDS
793 Jordon Harr (Freeman, SD), 2002-05
675 Jim Williams (Hanson, SD), 2002-05
474 Jared Berg (Grant-Deuel, SD), 2001-04
Season
Game
388
363
331
270
239
Alan Bentz (Mott, ND) vs. Scranton, ND, 1984
Jeremy Zentner (Mott, ND) vs. Burke Central, 1990
Ryan Rixen (Mott, ND) vs. Elgin/New Leipzig, ND, 1996
Jason Rodman (Estelline, SD), 1994
Joe Wolf (Montrose, SD), 1984
283
273
263
242
Game
52
47
46
45
44
42
40
40
40
40
A GAME OF CATCH — Jeff
Smith of Hettinger, ND, set two
nine-player national records for his
performance against RichardtonTaylor, ND, on October 14, 2005.
He now holds the record for most
receiving yards in a game with 379
and most receptions with 13 in the
game.
Drew Allen (Castlewood, SD), 2008
Seth Walter (Freeman, SD), 1998
Jordon Harr (Freeman, SD), 2005
Jim Williams (Hanson, SD), 2004
Jordon Harr (Freeman, SD), 2005
Jeff Braun (Meadowlands Toivola-Meadowlands, MN), 10-10, 1980
Drew Allen (Castlewood, SD), 2008
Tyler Edblom (Tea Area, SD), 2006
Zach Busch (Estelline, SD), 2007
Lukas Van Laecken (Sanborn Central, SD), 2008
Seth Walter (Freeman, SD), 9-29, 2000
Lukas Van Laecken (Sanborn Central, SD), 2007
Chad Goerhing (Warner, SD), 2007
Drew Allen (Castlewood, SD), 2008
MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
Career
88
79
62
55
55
54
51
108
Jim Williams (Hanson, SD), 2002-05
Seth Walter (Freeman, SD), 1997-2000
Jordon Harr (Freeman, SD), 2002-05
Derek Hollein (Eureka-Bowdle, SD), 2002-05
Jake Steffen (Stickney-Mt. Vernon, SD), 2003-06
Jared Schrempp (Gettysburg, SD), 2005-08
Eric Wuesterwald (Arlington, SD), 2002-05
Football
Most Passing Yards, Game (Cont.)
506
443
392
389
354
353
352
NINE-PLAYER
STAR
—
Playing from 1997 to 2000, Seth
Walter of Freeman, SD (No. 7,
right), is listed in the Record
Book for most rushing yards in a
career and game, and is tied for
second with seven touchdowns
in one game. Later in the same
season, he added six touchdowns in another game.
MOST PASS ATTEMPTS
Career
425
409
406
261
194
191
Season
Blake Hojer (DeSmet, SD), 2003
Jim Williams (Hanson, SD), 2005
Josh Hofer (Freeman, SD), 1996
Jim Williams (Hanson, SD), 2004
Casey Cuny (Philip, SD), 2006
Mark Sayler (Scotland, SD), 2007
Drew Allen (Castlewood, SD), 2008
Chuck West (Tripp, SD), 1983-85
Dustin Johnson (Grant-Deuel, SD), 2005-07
Brett Jensen (Viborg, SD), 2004-07
Jake Steffen (Stickney-Mount Vernon, SD), 2003-06
Taylor Weigel (Ipswich, SD), 2005-08
Eric Gillen (Canistota-Bridgewater, SD), 2004
Season
221
192
191
171
159
156
152
150
142
127
Game
9 Jared Berg (Grant-Deuel, SD) vs. Waverly-South Shore, SD, 2004
7 Nathan Arnold (Ellendale, SD) vs Ashley Wishek South Border,
SD, 2008
7 Brandon Fox (Newell, SD) vs Faith, SD, 2008
7 Jim Jessen (Tulare, SD) vs. Hitchock, SD, 1979
7 Tony Pratt (Starbuck, MN) vs. Hoffman Kensington, MN, 10-4,
1985
7 Seth Walter (Freeman, SD) vs. Hanson, SD, 9-15, 2000
7 Wayne Wormstadt (Artesian, SD), 1999
6 Joe O’Hara (Montrose, SD) vs. Hurley, SD, 1974
6 Jordon Harr (Freeman, SD) vs. Parker, SD, 2005
6 Casey Cuny (Phillip, SD), 2006
6 Tyler Grassel (Forestburg Sanborn Central, SD), 2006
6 Lukas Van Laecken (Forestburg Sanborn Central, SD), 2007
6 Seth Walter (Freeman, SD) vs. Artesian-Letcher, SD, 9-29, 2000
6 Jeff Braun (Meadowlands Toivola-Meadowlands, MN) vs.
Wrenshall, MN, 10-10, 1980
6 Jeremy Zentner (Mott, ND) vs. Burke Central, ND, 1990
6 Jared Schrempp (Gettysburg, SD), 2008
Tate Bruckner (Menno, SD), 2008
Taylor Weigel (Ipswich, SD), 2008
Eric Gillen (Canistota-Bridgewater, SD), 2004
Chuck West (Tripp, SD), 1985
Dustin Johnson (Grant-Deuel, SD), 2007
Conrad Kjerstad (Wall, SD), 2005
Ryan Huizenga (Hitchcock-Tulare, SD), 2008
Wayne Quade (Grant-Deuel, SD), 1985
Bret Jensen (Viborg, SD), 2007
Jake Steffen (Stickney-Mount Vernon, SD), 2006
Game
45 Jon Meier (Mott-Regent, ND) vs. Linton/HMB, ND, 10-23, 2004
43 Alex Willoughby (Hettinger, ND) vs. Richardton-Taylor, ND, 10-14,
2005
41 D.J. Kruger (Tea Area, SD), 2005
40 Tom Hiesenger (Tripp/Delmont/Armour, SD), 2008
40 Mike Neufeld (Freeman, SD), 1989
39 Tate Bruckner (Menno, SD), 2008
38 Paul Nickerson (Calvin Border Central, ND) vs. Walhalla, ND, 1012, 1984
37 Jon Meier (Mott-Regent, ND) vs. Center/Stanton, ND, 9-26, 2003
36 Jon Meier (Mott-Regent, ND) vs. Wilton/Wing, ND, 8-28, 2004
35 Shane Anderson (North Central Benson, ND), 1997
MOST PASSING YARDS
MOST COMPLETIONS
Career
Career
3,632
3,155
2,948
2,775
2,723
2,627
2,354
2,136
Wayne Quade (Grant-Deuel, SD), 1983-85
Chuck West (Tripp, SD), 1983-85
Jake Steffen (Stickney-Mount Vernon, SD), 2003-06
Dustin Johnson (Grant-Deuel, SD), 2005-07
Tyler Ollerich (Lyman, SD), 2005-07
Brett Jensen (Viborg, SD), 2004-07
Jordon King (Arlington, SD), 2002-05
Chase Walder (Castlewood, SD), 2004-06
227
196
186
185
124
Season
157
124
107
97
86
85
85
85
82
78
Season
2,769
2,161
2,100
1,887
1,844
1,838
1,669
1,646
1,517
1,501
Tate Bruckner (Menno, SD), 2008
Brent Bass (Castlewood, SD), 1996
Jarod Larson (Hoven-Cresbard, SD), 1999
Jared Beld (Bison, SD), 1995
Chad Urban (Kimball, SD), 1994
Eric Gillen (Canistota-Bridgewater, SD), 2004
Travis Smith (Castlewood, SD), 1989
Taylor Weigel (Ipswich, SD), 2008
Ryan Huisenga (Hitchcock-Tulare, SD), 2008
Conrad Kjerstad (Wall, SD), 2005
Dustin Johnson (Grant-Deuel, SD), 2005-07
Brett Jensen (Viborg, SD), 2004-07
Jake Steffen (Stickney-Mount Vernon, SD), 2003-06
Chuck West (Tripp, SD), 1983-85
Eric Gillen (Canistota-Bridgewater, SD), 2001-04
Tate Bruckner (Menno, SD), 2008
Eric Gillen (Canistota-Bridgewater, SD), 2004
Taylor Weigel (Ipswich, SD), 2008
Dave Fuller (Armour, SD), 1976
Jake Steffen (Stickney-Mount Vernon, SD), 2006
Wayne Quade (Grant-Deuel, SD), 1985
Dustin Johnson (Grant-Deuel, SD), 2007
Ryan Huizenga (Hitchcock-Tulare, SD), 2008
Conrad Kjerstad (Wall, SD), 2005
Chuck West (Tripp, SD), 1985
Game
29 Tate Bruckner (Menno, SD), 2008
28 Jon Meier (Mott-Regent, ND) vs. Linton/HMB, ND, 10-23, 2004
28 Paul Nickerson (Calvin Border Central, ND) vs. Walhalla, ND, 1012, 1984
24 Jon Meier (Mott-Regent, ND) vs. Center/Stanton, ND, 9-26, 2003
22 Tom Heisenger (Tripp/Delmont/Armour, SD), 2008
20 Alex Willoughby (Hettinger, ND) vs. Richardton-Taylor, ND, 10-14,
2005
Game
530 Paul Nickerson (Calvin Border Central, ND) vs. Walhalla, ND, 1012, 1984
516 Alex Willoughby (Hettinger, ND) vs. Richardton-Taylor, ND, 10-14,
2005
512 Tate Bruckner (Menno, SD) vs Montrose, SD, 42-36, 2008
109
FB
37
34
30
28
28
28
28
Mathew Raba (New Underwood, SD), 1996
Cory Aadland (Veblen-Rosolt, SD), 1997
Tom Heisenger (Tripp/Delmont/Armour, SD), 2008
Neil Falken (Deubrook, SD), 1978
Darrel Hahn (Doland, SD), 1966
Corey Sayler (Menno, SD), 1989
Brad Mallory (White River, SD), 1979
Football
Most Completions, Game (Cont.)
Game
20 Bo Bruckner (Menno, SD), 2005
18 Jon Meier (Mott-Regent, ND) vs. Crosby Divide County, ND, 9-3,
2004
18 Shane Anderson (North Central Benson, ND), 1997
18 Aaron Deutsch (Britton, SD), 1992
379
279
270
269
269
245
239
239
237
235
MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES
Career
54
53
53
49
42
Wayne Quade (Grant-Deuel, SD), 1983-85
Chuck West (Tripp, SD), 1983-85
Jake Steffen (Stickney-Mt. Vernon, SD), 2003-06
Chase Walder (Castlewood, SD), 2004-06
Dustin Johnson (Grant-Deuel, SD), 2005-07
MOST RECEPTIONS
Career
84
77
73
62
60
54
46
45
Season
38
29
28
28
26
25
25
25
25
24
24
Tate Bruckner (Menno, SD), 2008
Jarod Larson (Hoven-Cresbard, SD), 1999
Darrel Hahn (Doland, SD), 1966
Rob Shoup (Sully Buttes, SD), 1998
Travis Smith (Castlewood, SD), 1988
Lon Anderson (Hurley, SD), 1972
Dave Fuller (Armour, SD), 1976
Jason Heinen (Gettysburg, SD), 2002
Conrad Kjerstad (Wall, SD), 2005
Jared Beld (Bison, SD), 1995
Lon Anderson (Hurley, SD), 1971
Matthew Raba (New Underwood, SD), 1996
Del Gust (Hanson, SD), 1967
Rick Gunter (Grant-Deuel, SD) vs. Willow Lake, SD, 1979
Scott Beehler (Edgemont, SD)
Preston Broughton (Corsica, SD), 2002
Daryl Fletcher (West Central, SD), 1968
Daryl Fletcher (West Central, SD), 1968
Darrel Hahn (Doland, SD), 1966
George Rinehart (Bridgewater, SD), 1966
Tate Bruckner (Menno, SD), 2008
Richard Folsland (Oldham, SD), 1974
Brad Mallory (White River, SD), 1979
Alex Willoughby (Hettinger, ND) vs. Richardton-Taylor, ND, 10-14,
2005
6 Paul Nickerson (Calvin Border Central, ND) vs. Walhalla, ND, 1012, 1984
59
53
45
37
35
33
33
32
30
29
13 Jeff Smith (Hettinger, ND) vs. Richardton-Taylor, ND, 10-14, 2005
12 Chris Braun (Meadowlands Toivola-Meadowlands, MN), 1984
11 Clint Grosz (Mott-Regent, ND) vs. Crosby Divide County, ND, 9-3,
2004
10 Clint Grosz (Mott-Regent, ND) vs. Center/Stanton, ND, 9-26, 2003
10 Grant Gion (Mott-Regent, ND) vs. Wilton/Wing, ND, 8-28, 2004
10 Cody Gramkow (Menno, SD), 2005
9 Clint Grosz (Mott-Regent, ND) vs. Wilton/Wing, ND, 8-28, 2004
8 Grant Gion (Mott-Regent, ND) vs. Linton/HMB, ND, 10-23, 2004
8 Tyler Greff (Mott, ND) vs. New England/Regent, ND, 9-24, 1999
8 Clint Grosz (Mott-Regent, ND) vs. Linton/HMB, ND, 10-23, 2004
8 Scott Weischedel (Sully Buttes, SD), 1983
8 Drew Frederickson (Britton, SD), 1992
8 Clay Oschner (Britton, SD), 1992
5 Tyler Ollerich (Lyman, SD), 2007
Career
1,530
1,215
1,207
1,169
849
780
Brent Schneider (Tripp, SD), 1983-85
Trent DesLauriers (Clark, SD), 2004-06
Zane Peterson (Mellette Northwestern Area, SD), 2004-06
Jayson Geditz (Ipswich, SD), 2005-08
Matt Dykstra (Avon, SD), 2005-08
Jim Williams (Hanson, SD), 2002-05
MOST RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS
Career
26 Brent Schneider (Tripp, SD), 1983-85
26 Mitch Boeck (Arlington, SD), 2002-05
20 Trent DesLauries (Clark, SD), 2004-06
Season
15
14
12
11
11
11
10
9
Season
1,215
1,034
666
604
565
550
518
488
459
455
Colin Pearson (Canistota-Bridgewater, SD), 2004
Trent DesLauries (Clark, SD), 2006
Jayson Geditz (Ipswich, SD), 2008
Josh Cleveland (Montrose, SD), 2005
Dave Kayser (Emery-Spencer, SD), 1985
Brent Schneider (Tripp, SD), 1985
Ryan Kjerstad (Wall, SD), 2005
Davis Oetken (Tea Area, SD), 2005
Matt Fischer (Menno, SD), 2006
Shaun Davis (Ipswich, SD), 2008
Game
Half
MOST RECEIVING YARDS
Trent DesLauries (Clark, SD), 2004-06
Brent Schneider (Tripp, SD), 1983-85
Jayson Geditz (Ipswich, SD), 2005-08
Matt Dykstra (Avon, SD), 2005-08
Mitch Boeck (Arlington, SD), 2002-05
Davis Oetken (Tea Area, SD), 2004-05
Tyler Edblom (Tea Area, SD), 2003-06
Zane Peterson (Northwestern Area, SD), 2004-06
Season
Game
8
7
7
7
7
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Jeff Smith (Hettinger, ND) vs. Richardton-Taylor, ND, 10-14, 2005
Mike Mathis (Kimball, SD), 1994
Bo Kaiser (McLaughlin, SD), 2003
Brooks Little (Castlewood, SD), 2002
Eric Szymonski (New Underwood, SD), 1996
Casey Morgan (Oelirchs, SD), 1998
Gregg Huber (Mott, ND) vs. Richardton-Taylor, ND, 9-30, 1994
Josh Endres (Emery-Ethan, SD), 2007
Tyson Hasz (Menno, SD), 2008
Mark Petrik (Geddes, SD), 1992
Trent DesLauriers (Clark, SD), 2006
Colin Pearson (Canistota-Bridgewater, SD), 2004
Josh Cleveland (Montrose, SD), 2005
Brent Schneider (Tripp, SD), 1985
Ryan Kjerstad (Wall, SD), 2005
Zane Peterson (Mellette Northwestern Area, SD), 2006
Kraig Engen (Castlewood, SD), 2006
Jayson Geditz (Ipswich, SD), 2007
Derek Waltner (Freeman, SD), 2002
Matt Dykstra (Avon, SD), 2008
110
Dave Kayser (Emery-Spencer, SD), 1985
Trent DesLauries (Clark, SD), 2006
Kraig Engen (Castlewood, SD), 2006
Brent Schneider (Tripp, SD), 1985
Colin Pearson (Canistota-Bridgewater, SD), 2004
Josh Cleveland (Montrose, SD), 2005
Mitch Boeck (Arlington, SD), 2005
Ryan Kjerstad (Wall, SD), 2005
Football
Returned for Touchdown – Game
3 Zach Busch (Estelline, SD), 2007
MOST FUMBLES RECOVERED
Season
10 Cole Willman (Wakonda/Gayville-Volin, SD), 2001
Game
5 Cole Willman (Wakonda/Gayville-Volin, SD), 2001
COACHING
208 Al Dosch (Strasburg St. Benedict’s, ND; Strasburg Emmons
Central, ND; Strasburg, ND), 1962-91
THE BRAUN BROTHERS — Chris Braun (left) and his brother Jeff
Braun (right) set lofty marks at two different positions for Meadowlands
Toivola-Meadowlands, MN, in the early 1980s. Chris, a wide receiver, set
a national record with 12 receptions (now ranks second) in a game for 172
yards in 1984. Jeff, a running back, set a national record with 47 carries
(now ranks second) in a game in 1980. In that game, Jeff had 366 rushing
yards, six touchdowns and 28 points.
KICKOFF RETURNS
MOST TOUCHDOWNS
Game
2 Steve Marroquin (Oldham/Ramona/Rutland, SD), 2008
DEFENSE
MOST INTERCEPTIONS
Career
35
33
25
23
21
Conrad Kjerstad (Wall, SD), 2002-05
Mark Handel (Freeman, SD), 1979-82
Mike Steffen (Stickney-Mount Vernon, SD), 2001-04
Chad Greenway (Stickney-Mount Vernon, SD), 1997-2000
Mark Sayler (Scotland, SD), 2005-07
Season
14
13
13
12
12
12
11
11
11
11
Mark Sayler (Scotland, SD), 2007
Brad Hand (Midland Jones County, SD), 1994
Mark Handel (Freeman, SD), 1981
Travis Smith (Castlewood, SD), 1989
Todd Miller (Ipswich, SD), 1993
Jake Weinstein (Parker, SD), 2006
Josh Weigel (Ipswich, SD), 1997
Conrad Kjerstad (Wall, SD), 2001
Luke Tingle (De Smet, SD), 2003
Zach Busch (Estelline, SD), 2007
Game
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
Dave Fuller (Armour, SD), 1976
Jason Pfeiffer (Freeman, SD), 1988
Todd Miller (Ipswich, SD), 1998
Brad Hand (Midland Jones County, SD), 1994
Jacob Kloos (Clear Lake Deuel, SD), 1994
Brian Hanson (Canistota, SD), 1980
Jeremy Zetner (Mott, ND) vs. Burke Central, ND, 1990
111
FB
MOST WINS
Football
Eight-player Football
TEAM
Seasons — Consecutive
6
6
4
3
ALL-TIME
Morrison, OK (1989-94)
Falls City Sacred Heart, NE (1989-94)
Huntington, OR (1968-71)
Scandia, KS (1970-72)
MOST WINS
MOST STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
All-Time
All-Time
244 Ennis, MT (1964-09)
13
8
8
7
6
6
6
6
5
5
5
4
Morrison, OK (1988-2007)
St. David, AZ (1972-2001)
Midway-Denton, KS (1981-2000)
Pima, AZ (1969-2005)
Falls City Sacred Heart, NE (1989-94)
Hanston, KS (1989-2004)
Dufur, OR (1994-2006)
Shattuck, OK (2003-08)
Cove, OR (1982-88)
St. Paul, OR (1984-2009)
Drummond, MT (2003-09)
South Holt, MO (1988-2004)
Consecutive
93
90
87
53
46
43
41
41
41
40
Consecutive
7
6
6
5
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
MOST OVERTIMES
Morrison, OK (1988-94)
Falls City Sacred Heart, NE (1989-94)
Shattuck, OK (2003-08)
Midway-Denton, KS (1984-88)
Scandia, KS (1970-72)
Terry, MT (1985-87)
Culver, OR (1974-76)
Powers, OR (1996-98)
Central High, OK (1993-95)
South Holt, MO (1992-93)
Nodaway-Holt, MO (1990-91)
Midway-Denton, KS (1981-82)
Northern Valley, KS (1986-87)
Hanston, KS (1989-90)
Claflin, KS (1991-92)
Coldwater, KS (1994-95)
Adair-Casey, IA (2000-01)
Fenton Sentral, IA (2002-03)
Game
8 Jetmore, KS (66) vs. Ashland, KS (60), 1999
5 Dalton Leyton, NE (66) vs. Chappell, NE (60), 1992
5 Thedford, NE (62) vs. Brady, NE (60), 1994
OFFENSE
MOST POINTS
Season
811
804
778
757
740
739
738
736
736
717
UNDEFEATED TEAMS (Includes Ties)
Seasons
8
6
6
4
4
3
3
3
3
2
Shattuck, OK (2003-09)
Morrison, OK (1989-95)
Falls City Sacred Heart, NE (1989-95)
Charlo, MT (1967-73)
Huntington, OR (1968-72)
Powers, OR (1996-99)
Absarokee, MT (1988-91)
Scandia, KS (1969-73)
Northern Valley, KS (1985-88)
St. Paul, OR (1991-93)
Morrison, OK (1989-2006)
Falls City Sacred Heart, NE (1989-94)
Charlo, MT (1968-76)
Huntington, OR (1968-71)
Midway-Denton, KS (1982-88)
Scandia, KS (1970-72)
Northern Valley, KS (1986-90)
Coldwater, KS (1985-95)
St. Paul, OR (1991-2009)
Ennis, MT (1978, 1982)
Artmstrong-Ringsted, IA, 2009 (14)
St. Paul, OR, 2009 (14)
Huntington, OR, 1969 (13)
Stanton, IA, 2007 (13)
Amity Perrydale, OR, 2004 (13)
Marlow Central, OK, 1995 (14)
Lenox, IA, 2009 (14)
North Powder Powder Valley, OR, 2003 (12)
Midway-Denton, KS, 1982 (12)
Imbler, OR, 2007 (13)
Season — 13 or More Games
811
804
739
738
717
Artmstrong-Ringsted, IA, 2009 (14)
St. Paul, OR, 2009 (14)
Marlow Central, OK, 1995 (14)
Lenox, IA, 2009 (14)
Imbler, OR, 2007 (13)
Season — 11-12 Games
778
736
736
690
674
670
669
668
616
590
564
EIGHT-PLAYER PACESETTERS — The Falls City Sacred Heart, NE,
football program (1995 team shown above) compiled the third-longest winning streak for eight-player football when it reeled off 87 consecutive victories between 1989 and 1995. In the process, the Irish tied the eight-player
record for undefeated seasons (now ranks second) and consecutive undefeated seasons, when it went unbeaten in the six seasons between 1989
and 1994, inclusively. Leading Sacred Heart is coach Doug Goltz, who also
played football and graduated from there in 1981.
Huntington, OR, 1969 (13)
Midway-Denton, KS, 1982 (12)
North Powder Powder Valley, OR, 2003 (12)
Cove, OR, 1983 (12)
Prospect, OR, 1967 (12)
Alsea, OR, 1972 (12)
Arlington, OR, 1981 (11)
Butte Falls, OR, 1986 (11)
St. David, AZ, 1998 (11)
Wallowa, OR, 2005 (12)
Terry, MT, 1986 (12)
Season — 10 or Fewer Games
112
618
568
581
551
525
452
Charlo, MT, 1971 (9)
Wallowa, OR, 2004 (10)
Huntington, OR, 1968 (10)
La Jolla Country Day, CA, 1990 (10)
Charlo, MT, 1970 (9)
Coleville, CA, 1970 (7)
Football
Per Game — Season
9 Midway-Denton, KS, 1982 (108/12)
MOST FIELD GOALS
Season
13 Adair-Casey, IA, 2003
8 Kensington, KS, 1986
2 Valier, MT, 1992
MOST EXTRA POINTS KICKING
Season
83
68
63
49
44
Game — One Team
128
118
116
116
108
108
107
106
105
105
Pahranagat, NV vs. Coleville, NV, 11-15, 2008
Almena Northern Valley, KS, 11-1, 1985
Melcher-Dallas, IA, 10-14, 2005
Seligman, AZ vs. Queen Creek Canyon St. Academy, AZ, 9-4, 2004
Queen Creek Canyon St. Academy, AZ vs. Seligman, AZ, 9-4, 2004
Mt. Vernon, OR vs. Ukiah, OR, 9-23, 1961
Dorrence, KS vs. Healy, KS, 1979
Huntington, OR vs. Cove, OR, 10-13, 1972
Huntington, OR vs. North Powder Powder Valley, OR, 10-27, 1972
Walnut, IA, 10-1, 2004
MOST YARDS
Season
6,497
6,171
5,807
5,693
5,684
5,646
5,400
5,341
5,308
5,124
Game — Both Teams
224 Seligman, AZ (116) vs. Queen Creek Canyon St. Academy, AZ
(108), 9-4, 2004
202 Pahranagat, NV (128) vs. Coleville, NV (74), 11-15, 2008
166 Falls City, OR (92) vs. Ione, OR (74), 9-23, 2005
St. Paul, OR, 2009 (14)
Imbler, OR, 2007 (13)
Huntington, OR, 1989
Armstrong-Ringsted, IA, 2009 (14)
Midway-Denton, KS, 1982 (12)
Wallowa, OR, 2009 (10)
Pima, AZ, 1973 (9)
Huntington, OR, 1968 (10)
Prospect, OR, 1967 (12)
Wallowa, OR, 2004 (10)
Game
1,001
930
921
919
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
70.7
68.7
64.6
62.0
61.3
61.3
60.7
58.1
57.5
57.4
Armstrong-Ringsted, IA, 2009
Adair-Casey, IA, 2003
Ankeny Christian Academy, IA, 2009
Preston, IA, 2009
Olpe, KS, 1965
Huntington, OR, 1969 (778/11)
Charlo, MT, 1971 (618/9)
Coleville, CA, 1970 (462/7)
Pima, AZ, 1969 (496/8)
Midway-Denton, KS, 1982 (736/12)
North Powder Powder Valley, OR, 2003 (736/12)
Butte Falls, OR, 1986 (668/11)
Huntington, OR, 1968 (581/10)
Lenox, IA, 2005 (690/12)
St. Paul, OR, 2009
863
848
816
810
795
791
Seligman, AZ vs. Queen Creek Canyon St. Academy, AZ, 9-4, 2004
Canyonville, OR vs. Days Creek, OR, 10-26, 1962
Haviland, KS vs. Bucklin, KS, 1974
Salem Oregon School for the Deaf, OR vs. Camas Valley, OR, 1024, 1970
Wallowa, OR vs. Pine Eagle, OR, 10-3, 2008
Huntington, OR vs. North Powder Powder Valley, OR, 10-27, 1972
Camas Valley, OR vs. Paisley, OR, 9-12, 2003
Mohawk, OR vs. Valsetz, OR, 9-27, 1969
Prospect, OR vs. Butte Falls, OR, 10-26, 1984
Huntington, OR vs. Cove, OR, 10-13, 1972
Per Game — Season (Minimum 8 Games)
MOST TOUCHDOWNS
Season
116
108
107
105
105
102
101
98
87
82
Armstrong-Ringsted, IA, 2009 (14)
Midway-Denton, KS, 1982 (12)
Lenox, IA, 2005 (12)
Lenox, IA, 2009 (14)
Huntington, OR, 1969
Prospect, OR, 1967 (12)
St. Paul, OR, 2009 (14)
Imbler, OR, 2007 (13)
Thornburg Tri-County, IA, 2009 (12)
Wallowa, OR, 2005 (12)
Pima, AZ, 1973 (5,400/9)
Wallowa, OR, 2009 (5,646/10)
Huntington, OR, 1968 (5,341/10)
Huntionton, OR, 1969 (5,807/11)
Imbler, OR, 2007 (6,171/13)
Midway-Denton, KS, 1982 (5,684/12)
St. Paul, OR, 2009 (6,497/14)
Wallowa, OR, 1992 (4,604/11)
Valier, MT, 1992 (2,714/8)
Terry, MT, 1986 (4,589/12)
MOST OFFENSIVE PLAYS
Season
Game
16
16
15
15
15
14
14
14
13
13
13
13
13
600.0
564.6
531.4
527.9
474.7
473.7
464.1
418.5
387.7
382.3
Culver, OR vs. Fossil Wheeler County, OR, 11-3, 1977
Melcher-Dallas, IA, 10-14, 2005
Culver, OR vs. Arlington, OR, 9-26, 1975
Prospect, OR vs. Eagle Point, OR, 11-16, 1967
Huntington, OR vs. Cove, OR, 10-13, 1972
St. Paul, OR vs. Detroit, OR, 9-13, 1985
Powers, OR vs. Paisley, OR, 10-10, 1980
Huntington, OR vs. Long Creek, OR, 9-14, 1979
Fenton Sentral, IA, 10-19, 2001
Corvallis Santiam Christian, OR vs. Falls City, OR, 10-24, 1980
Alsea, OR vs. Salem Oregon School for the Deaf, OR, 9-29, 1972
Huntington, OR vs. Midvale, ID, 9-15,1969
Huntington, OR vs. Baker City St. Francis, OR, 10-10, 1969
792 Tipton, KS, 1986
Game
95
73
60
60
113
Tipton, KS vs. Lenora, KS, 1986
Wallowa, OR, vs. St. Paul, OR, 2009
Nodaway-Holt, MO vs. Ludlow Southwest, MO, 1990
South-Holt, MO vs. North Andrew, MO, 1993
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SCORING MACHINES — The Seligman, AZ, eight-player football team
(above) racked up 116 points in one game in 2004 (tied for third all time),
but barely edged out Queen Creek Canyon St. Academy, AZ, 116-108.
The 224 combined points is a national record, while Canyon St. Academy’s
108 points ranks fifth all time.
Football
MOST RUSHING YARDS
MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
Season
Season
5,301
5,121
4,521
4,236
3,859
3,816
3,751
3,612
3,523
3,486
St. Paul, OR, 2009 (14)
Idaho City, ID, 2000 (11)
Midway-Denton, KS, 1982 (12)
Armstrong-Ringsted, IA, 2009 (14)
Lenox, IA, 2009 (14)
Pima, AZ, 1973 (9)
Imbler, OR, 2007 (13)
Prospect, OR, 1967 (12)
Armstrong-Ringsted, IA, 2007 (13)
Maynard West Central, IA, 2009 (11)
95
86
83
69
68
64
59
58
57
51
Game — One Team
899
865
769
722
712
662
661
639
627
607
Game
Haviland, KS vs. Bucklin, KS, 1974
Canyonville, OR vs. Days Creek, OR, 10-26, 1962
Dufur, OR vs. Klickitat, WA, 11-2, 1968
Salem Oregon School for the Deaf, OR vs. Camas Valley, OR, 1024, 1970
Mapleton, OR vs. McKenzie, OR, 10-24, 2008
Prospect, OR vs. Butte Falls, OR, 10-26, 1984
Days Creek, OR vs. Prospect, OR, 9-27, 1991
La Jolla Country Day, CA, 1989
Dufur, OR vs. Fossil Wheeler, OR, 10-6, 1979
Elfrida Valley Union, AZ vs. Bowie, AZ, 1985
15 Huntington, OR vs. North Powder Powder Valley, OR, 10-27, 1972
12 Wakefield, KS vs. St. George, KS, 1958
12 Haviland, KS vs. Bucklin, KS, 1974
Per Game — Season
7.91
5.93
5.88
5.36
5.27
5.23
5.10
4.00
Per Game — Season
465.5
424.0
378.6
376.8
310.5
309.4
288.5
270.6
258.3
Idaho City, ID, 2000 (5,121/11)
Pima, AZ, 1973 (3,816/9)
St. Paul, OR, 2009 (5,301/14)
Midway-Denton, KS, 1982 (4,521/12)
Huntington, OR, 1969 (3,415/11)
Huntington, OR, 1968 (3,094/10)
Imbler, OR, 2007 (3,751/13)
Terry, MT, 1985 (11)
Terry, MT, 1986 (12)
Season
3,984
3,983
3,604
3,411
2,761
2,420
2,411
2,278
2,026
1,793
Season
St. Paul, OR, 2009 (14)
Dexter, KS, 1986
Armstrong-Ringsted, IA, 2007 (13)
Idaho City, ID, 2000
Wallowa, OR, 2004
Wallowa, OR, 2005
Wallowa, OR, 2006
Morrison, OK, 2000
Kensington, KS, 1989
Imbler, OR, 2007
Coon Rapids-Bayard, IA, 2007
Stanton, IA, 2007
Exira, IA, 2007
Valier, MT, 1992 (8)
Game
577
576
573
567
521
508
489
484
477
473
Game
76
66
59
56
56
Midway-Denton, KS, 1982 (95/12)
St. Paul, OR, 2009 (83/14)
Terry, MT, 1986 (47/8)
Huntington, OR, 1969 (59/11)
Terry, MT, 1992 (58/11)
Imbler, OR, 2007 (68/13)
Huntington, OR, 1968 (51/10)
Terry, MT, 1985 (44/11)
MOST PASSING YARDS
MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS
593
574
531
442
Midway-Denton, KS, 1982 (12)
Armstrong-Ringsted, IA, 2009 (14)
St. Paul, OR, 2009 (14)
Lenox, IA, 2009 (14)
Imbler, OR, 2007 (13)
Maynard West Central, IA, 2009 (12)
Huntington, OR, 1969
Terry, MT, 1992 (11)
Swea City North Sentral Kossuth, IA, 2009 (10)
Huntington, OR, 1968 (10)
Scandia, KS vs. Bucklin, KS, 1972
Vida McKenzie, OR vs. Wallowa, OR, 11-20, 2004
St. Paul, OR, vs. Cover, OR, 2009
St. Paul, OR, vs. Wallowa, OR, 2009
South Holt, MO vs. North Andrew, MO, 1993
Wallowa, OR vs. Seaside Jewell, OR, 11-13, 2004
Wallowa, OR vs. North Powder Powder Valley, OR, 2005
Wallowa, OR vs. Imbler, OR, 10-29, 2004
Wallowa, OR vs. Pine Eagle, OR, 2006
Wallowa, OR vs. North Powder Powder Valley, OR, 2004
Crane, OR vs Jordan Valley, OR, 1985
Coon Rapids-Bayard, IA vs. Glidden-Ralston, IA, 10-5, 2007
Wallowa, OR vs. Dufur, OR, 2005
Wallowa, OR vs. Pine Eagle, OR, 2004
Hartford, KS vs. Madison, KS, 1990
Per Game — Season
398.4
331.9
327.6
276.6
218.2
186.2
171.5
167.0
Wallowa, OR, 2004
Wallowa, OR, 2005 (3,983/12)
Wallowa, OR, 2006 (3,604/11)
Kensington, KS, 1988 (2,213/8)
Valier, MT, 1992 (8)
Imbler, OR, 2007 (13)
Philipsburg Granite, MT, 1992 (8)
Valier, MT, 1991 (8)
MOST PASS ATTEMPTS
Season
397
381
325
320
TOUGH DEFENSE — The 2001 Horseshoe Bend, ID, eight-player football team had six shutouts, tying the 1971 Charlo, MT, team for second
place all time.
114
Hartford, KS, 1990
Wallowa, OR, 2005
Wallowa, OR, 2004
Wallowa, OR, 2006
Football
Most Completions, Game (Cont.)
29
29
28
23
19
19
Wallowa, OR vs. Cove, OR, 11-5, 2004
Wallowa, OR vs. Vida McKenzie, OR, 11-19, 2004
Wallowa, OR vs. Marcola Mohawk, OR, 2006
Crane, OR vs. Jordan Valley, OR, 1985
Valier, MT vs. Powder, MT, 1991
Valier, MT vs. Denton, MT, 1991
Per Game — Season
20.9
17.8
17.8
13.2
12.8
12.7
Wallowa, OR, 2004 (10)
Wallowa, OR, 2006 (11)
Wallowa, OR, 2005 (12)
Valier, MT, 1991 (8)
Phililpsburg, MT
Valier, MT, 1992 (8)
MOST PASSING TOUCHDOWNS
49
46
45
44
36
33
32
29
28
26
Game — One Team
77
51
48
45
43
41
40
25
Game — One Team
Hartford, KS vs. Lyndon, KS, 1990
Wallowa, OR, vs. Vida McKenzie, OR, 11-19, 2004
Wallowa, OR vs. Amity Perrydale, OR, 2005
Wallowa, OR vs. Marcola Mohawk, OR, 2006
Wallowa, OR vs. Echo, OR, 2005
Crane, OR vs Jordan Valley, OR, 1985
Wallowa, OR vs. Pine Eagle, OR, 2005
Ludlow Southwest, MO vs. Nodaway-Holt, MO, 1990
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
7
7
7
7
7
MOST COMPLETIONS
Season
227
213
209
196
114
106
100
Kensington, KS, 1989
Wallowa, OR, 2005
Wallowa, OR, 2004
Wallowa, OR, 2006
Valier, MT, 1992 (8)
Valier, MT, 1991 (8)
Philipsburg Granite, MT, 1992 (8)
Camas Valley, OR vs. Jewell, OR, 9-1, 2006
Coleville, KS vs. Gabbs, NV, 1966
San Diego Parker, CA vs. La Jolla Bishop’s, CA, 1991
San Diego Parker, CA vs. San Jose Capistrano St. Margaret’s,
CA, 1992
Paxico, KS vs. Quenemo, KS, 1971
Tipton, KS vs. Waconda East, KS, 1989
Wallowa, OR vs. Joseph, OR, 10-27, 2006
Valier, MT vs. Hays-Lodgepole, MT, 1992
Wallowa, OR vs. Imbler, OR, 10-29, 2004
Wallowa, OR vs. Seaside Jewell, OR, 11-13, 2004
Wallowa, OR vs. Cove, OR, 10-20, 2006
Wallowa, OR vs. Pine Eagle, OR, 10-3, 2008
DEFENSE
MOST SHUTOUTS
Season
Game
39
38
31
31
Wallowa, OR, 2004
Wallowa, OR, 2005
Kensington, KS, 1989
Coon Rapids-Bayard, IA, 2007
Wallowa, OR, 2006
Huntington, OR, 1969
Valier, MT, 1992 (8)
Imbler, OR, 2007 (13)
Terry, MT, 1986 (12)
Huntington, OR, 1968 (10)
8
6
6
5
5
Coon Rapids-Bayard, IA vs. Glidden-Ralston, IA, 10-5, 2007
Kensington, KS vs. Weskan, KS, 1989
Fenton Sentral, IA vs. Harris-Lake Park, IA, 10-19, 2001
Wallowa, OR vs. Seaside Jewell, OR, 11-13, 2004
Camas Valley, OR, 1963
Horseshoe Bend, ID, 2001
Charlo, MT, 1971
Huntington, OR, 19670
Huntington, OR, 19671
ONE-MAN SCORING MACHINE —
During a game in 2002, Josh
Frerichs took matters into his own
hands scoring all 10 of his team’s
touchdowns and all of its 70 points.
Both marks tied national records (the
latter now ranks second). Unfortunately, his Lodgepole, NE, team
lost, 75-70.
INTERCEPTING A NATIONAL RECORD — The football team from
Mound City, MO, set a national record in 2005, intercepting 28 passes on
the season. It passed the previous mark of 24 interceptions set by
Scottsdale Christian, AZ, in 1988.
115
FB
Season
EIGHT-PLAYER STANDOUT — The name of Cory Eikmeier of Dodge,
NE (#40 above and inset), appears several times in the eight-player football
section of the National High School Sports Record Book. Among his
national records are most points scored in a career (1,013), most points
scored in a season (448), most single-season touchdowns (67), most
career rushing yards (8,336), most career rushing touchdowns (155), most
single-season rushing touchdowns (67), most 100-yard rushing games (41)
and most consecutive 100-yard rushing games (22).
Football
MOST SAFETIES
Season
5 Deerfield, KS, 1994
Game
2 Deerfield, KS vs. Ingalls, KS, 1994
2 Deerfield, KS vs. Sharon Springs, KS, 1994
MOST FUMBLES RECOVERED
Season
38 Huntington, OR, 1969
25 Coldwater, KS, 1984
25 Coldwater, KS, 1985
Game
12
11
10
5
MAJOR RECORD STAKEHOLDER — Medford, OK, quarterback James
Kilian (right in above photo) jumped into the Record Book in a big way
after his four-year career was over. Kilian alone captured five national eightplayer football records. He holds the career records for most touchdowns,
total offense and most touchdown passes.
Alsea, OR vs. Falls City, OR, 10-15, 1971
Falls City, OR vs. Alsea, OR, 10-15, 1971
Wheatland, KS vs. Healy, KS, 1984
Ekalaka, MT vs. Culbertson, MT, 1990
Consecutive
INDIVIDUAL
6 Charlo, MT, 1971
OFFENSE
FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED
MOST POINTS
Season
Career
792 Dwight, KS, 1965
1,013
794
783
761
742
737
725
690
688
682
Game
Minus 32 Kensington, KS vs. Logan, KS, 1994
FEWEST YARDS RUSHING ALLOWED
Season
446 Dwight, KS, 1965
Season
Game
448
414
337
328
314
314
312
306
306
302
Minus 45 Kensington, KS vs. Logan, KS, 1994
FEWEST YARDS PASSING ALLOWED
Season
146 White Rock, KS, 1991
MOST INTERCEPTIONS
Mound City, MO, 2005
Scottsdale Christian, AZ, 1988
Paxico, KS, 1971
Northern Valley, KS, 1990
Huntington, OR, 1969 (11)
Terry, MT, 1986 (12)
72
70
70
64
62
62
62
60
Mayer, AZ vs. Fredonia, AZ, 1974
Prospect, OR vs. Days Creek, OR, 10-20, 1967
Butte Falls, OR vs. Camas Valley, OR, 10-17, 1970
Salem Oregon School for the Deaf, OR vs. Camas Valley, OR, 1024, 1970
St. Paul, OR vs. Detroit, OR, 9-13, 1985
Dwight, KS vs. Elsmore, KS, 1965
Moscow, KS vs. LeRoy, KS, 1978
Hillcrest, KS vs. North Central, KS, 1994
Mound City, MO vs. Stewartsville, MO, 2005
60
Game
8
8
7
7
7
6
6
6
6
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE), 1996
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2009
Jim Gilbert (Table Rock, NE), 1985
Ted Black (Attica, KS), 1988
Rashaan Salaam (La Jolla Country Day, CA), 1990
Chuck Antoni (Salome, AZ), 1980
Dan Wagner (Paxico, KS), 1971
Jim Campbell (Alsea, OR), 1972
Nick Thompson (Imbler, OR), 2007
Willy Westberry (Melcher-Dallas, IA), 2005
Game
Season
28
24
24
24
24
22
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE), 1993-96
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2006-09
Bryan Mills (Imbler, OR), 2006-09
Andy Black (Otis-Bison, KS), 1989-92
Oliver Salmans (Hanston, KS), 1986-89
Spencer Levin (Kensington, KS), 1991-94
Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR), 2004-07
Dan Wagner (Paxico, KS), 1968-71
Arley McNeil (Patagonia, AZ), 1985-88
Ryan Pierson (St. Paul, OR) 2006-09
116
56
56
56
56
56
Willy Westberry (Melcher-Dallas, IA), 10-14, 2005
Josh Frerichs (Lodgepole, NE), 9-20, 2002
Mark Downing (Vinita White Oak, OK), 10-25, 2001
Chad Micek (St. Edward, NE), 1988
Mike Cutler (Philipsburg Granite, MT) vs. Drummond, MT, 1987
Shane Sanders (Oakville, WA), 1992
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), vs. Adrian, OR, 9-18, 2009
Tim Seils (Charter Oak-Ute, IA) vs. Granville Spalding Catholic,
IA, 10-15, 2004
Vincent Alvarado (Seligman, AZ) vs. Queen Creek Canyon St.
Academy, AZ, 9-4, 2004
Bryan Kendall (Haviland, KS), 1974
Nathan Davis (Sedgwick, KS), 1989
Sam Rux (Vida McKenzie, OR) vs. Eugene Crow, OR, 9-22, 2006
Chad Walker (Mapleton, OR) vs. McKenzie, OR, 10-24, 2008
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR) vs. Powder Valley, OR, 10-16,
2009
Football
MOST TOUCHDOWNS
Career
THE HUNTER, NOT THE HUNTED —
Patrick Hunter of Pateros, WA (right)
became one the most prolific passers
in eight-player football history from
1993 to 1995. His 2,827 passing yards
in 1995 is the fifth-most for a season
and his 7,054 career yards is eighth
overall in that category. Also in 1995,
Hunter had 266 completions for the
national record and his 390 for his
career ranks sixth. He also ranks seventh with 43 touchdown passes in
1995.
James Kilian (Medford, OK), 1996-99
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE), 1993-96
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2006-09
Larry Frost (Malcomb, NE), 1961-64
Bryan Mills (Imbler, OR), 2006-09
Spencer Levin (Kensington, KS), 1991-94
Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR), 2004-07
Ryan Pierson (St. Paul, OR), 2006-09
Oliver Salmans (Hanston, KS), 1986-89
Andy Black (Otis-Bison, KS), 1989-92
Season
67
64
56
51
51
50
49
49
48
48
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE), 1996
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2009
Jim Gilbert (Table Rock, NE), 1985
Rashaan Salaam (La Jolla Country Day, CA), 1990
Nick Thompson (Imbler, OR), 2007
Ted Blick (Attica, KS), 1988
Chuck Ketner (Marlow Central, OK), 1995
Justin Bales (Dufur, OR), 1991
Chuck Antoni (Salome, AZ), 1980
Ryan Pierson (St. Paul, OR), 2009
Season
13
12
8
5
Game
Game
3
3
2
2
10
10
10
10
10
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
Willy Westberry (Melcher-Dallas, IA), 10-14, 2005
Tim Seils (Charter Oak-Ute, IA), 10-15, 2004
Josh Frerichs (Lodgepole, NE), 9-20, 2002
Mark Downing (Vinita White Oak, OK), 10-25, 2001
Mike Cutler (Philipsburg, MT), 1987
Dave Larson (Axtell, NE) vs. Sumner, NE, 1965
Larry Riessland (Pleasanton, NE), 1966
Chad Micek (St. Edward, NE), 1988
Larry Frost (Malcomb, NE) vs. Bennett, NE, 1963
Bryan Kendall (Haviland, KS), 1974
Brandon Major (Wilson, KS), 1994
Kameron Graham (Falls City, OR), 9-23, 2005
Tyson Schreiber (Alsea, OR) vs. Salem Oregon School for the
Deaf, OR, 10-17, 2008
9 Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR) vs. Powder Valley, 10-16, 2009
Zultan Varga (Nebraska City Lourdes, NE) vs. Lewiston, NE, 1993
Troy Patzel (Newman Grove, NE) vs. Humphrey SF, NE, 1994
Kenny Peterson (Valier, MT), 1992
Connor Moore (Adair-Casey, IA), 2003
Longest
50
47
45
44
43
42
35
35
35
34
MOST FIELD GOALS
Eric Lathim (Fredonia, AZ) vs. Joseph City, AZ, 1973
Randy Haarborg (Wauneta, NE), 1982
Tyler Wood (Eugene Crow, OR) vs. Perrydale, OR, 9-7, 2007
Cody Weaver (Des Moines Grandview Park Baptist, IA) vs.
Bussey Twin Cedars, IA, 10-3, 2008
Connor Moore (Adair-Casey, IA) vs. Walnut, IA, 10-17, 2003
Nate Brueggeman (Harris-Lake Park, IA) vs. Grandville Spalding
Catholic, IA, 10-3, 2007
Mike Larson (Prospect, OR) vs. Days Creek, OR, 10-31, 1980
Aki Kamada (Touchet, WA), 1988
Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR) vs. Crane, OR, 11-24, 2007
Michael Nichols (Odessa, WA), 1982
MOST EXTRA POINTS KICKING
Career
18
17
12
6
Connor Moore (Adair-Casey, IA), 2003
Robert Esquibel (Joseph City, AZ), 1977
Tom Kruse (Hildreth, NE), 1972
Bob Kimball (Chester, MT), 1983
Career
Connor Moore (Adair-Casey, IA), 2000-03
Randy Fish (Joseph City, AZ), 1978
Tom Kruse (Hildreth, NE), 1971-72
Bob Kimball (Chester, MT), 1980-83
217
196
177
160
74
Michael Wilson (Marlow Central, OK), 1992-95
Connor Moore (Adair-Casey, IA) 2000-03
Eric Abrams (La Jolla Country Day, CA), 1988-91
Arley McNeil (Patagonia, AZ), 1985-88
Mike Ryan (Odessa, WA), 1988-89
Season
82
74
68
66
66
51
44
33
30
23
Michael Wilson (Marlow Central, OK), 1995
Eric Abrams (La Jolla Country Day, CA), 1990
Connor Moore (Adair-Casey, IA), 2003
J.J. Vanderheiden (Glidden-Ralston, IA), 2005
Connor Moore (Adair-Casey, IA), 2002
Mike Ryan (Odessa, WA), 1989
Mel Mork (Salome, AZ), 1975
Aki Kamada (Touchet, WA), 1988
Chris Zimbleman (Odessa, WA), 1990
Mike Ryan (Odessa, WA), 1988
Game
CENTRAL KICKER — Mike Wilson (right in above photo) of Marlow
Central, OK, kicked 217 career extra points from 1992 to 1995 to rank first
in that category. He also ranks third for baseball single-season runs batted
in, as he had 98 RBI during the 1994 season, and he ranks sixth on the
career home run list with 63 home runs.
117
8
8
7
7
7
6
6
6
5
5
Connor Moore (Adair-Casey, IA) vs. Stanton, IA, 11-15, 2003
Rafael Arias (Princeton, CA) vs. Herlong, CA, 10-12, 2007
Kenny Peterson (Valier, MT) vs. Hays-Lodgepole, MT, 1992
Mike Ryan (Odessa, WA), 1989
Mike Larson (Prospect, OR) vs. Days Creek, OR, 10-31, 1980
Mike Ryan (Odessa, WA), 1989
Mike Ryan (Odessa, WA), 1989
Kenny Peterson (Valier, MT) vs. Big Sandy, MT, 1992
Chris Zimbleman (Odessa, WA), 1990
Josh Frerichs (Lodgepole, NE), 9-20, 2002
FB
165
155
123
121
115
113
113
113
112
110
Football
MOST YARDS
Career
11,049
10,443
9,913
9,559
9,004
8,783
7,948
7,680
7,589
7,580
James Kilian (Medford, OK), 1996-99
Todd Baxter (North Powder Powder Valley, OR), 2001-03
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2003-05
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2006-09
Patrick Hunter (Pateros, WA), 1993-95
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE), 1993-96
Bryan Mills (Imbler, OR), 2006-09
Kirby Rust (Kensington, KS), 1986-89
Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR), 2004-07
Tom Wolsborn (Odessa, WA), 1987-90
Season
4,519
4,498
4,445
4,144
3,966
3,596
3,564
3,404
3,295
3,139
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2005
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2009
Todd Baxter (North Powder Powder Valley, OR), 2002
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2004
Brandon Mahon (Wallowa, OR), 2006
Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR), 2007
Patrick Hunter (Pateros, WA), 1995
Ryan Pierson (St. Paul, OR), 2009
Nick Thompson (Imbler, OR), 2007
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2008
GREEN TO OVESON — Patrick Green (left) and Kaleb Oveson (right)
from Wallowa, OR, proved to be an impressive tandem during their high
school careers. Green came on the eight-man football national scene by
amassing 4,144 yards of offense in the 2004 season, which ranks fourth all
time. He set records in completions per game (19.2) and most touchdown
passes (47). During the season, he racked up totals of 521 and 473 yards.
Oveson also had a season to remember in 2004, as well as a stellar overall career. The wide receiver set the then-national record of 175.4 receiving yards per game. He subsequently broke his own national record twice
– first as a junior (180.6) and then as a senior (206). He also holds career
records for receptions (319), receiving touchdowns (79) and receiving
yards (6,426), season records for receiving yards (2,266) and receptions
(111), and ranks second for receiving yards in a game (382).
Game
735
728
641
608
601
592
575
575
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR) vs. Pine Eagle, OR, 10-3, 2008
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR) vs. St. Paul, OR, 9-11, 2009
John Hammel (Dufur, OR) vs. Klickitat, WA, 11-2, 1968
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR) vs. Touchet, WA, 9-26, 2009
Bryan Kendall (Haviland, KS), 1974
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 10-15, 2004
Nick Weaver (Camas Valley, OR) vs. Jewell, OR, 9-1, 2006
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR) vs. Powder Valley, OR, 10-16,
2009
571 Bryan McBee (Camas Valley, OR) vs. Prospect, OR, 9-20, 2002
561 Patrick Hunter (Pateros, WA), 1994
Most Rushing Yards, Game (Cont.)
576 John Hammel (Dufur, OR) vs. Klickitat, WA, 11-2, 1968
567 Cory Davis (Fairplay South Park, CO), 1986
507 Garth Brushe (Seaside Jewell, OR) vs. Molalla Country Christian,
OR, 10-5, 1996
492 Andrew Leeper (Adair-Casey, IA) vs. Stanton, IA, 10-6, 2006
483 Brandon Lesovsky (Hillcrest, KS), 1994
478 Bram Slipakoff (Huntington Beach Claremont, CA), 1992
477 Ozzie Anaya (Elfirda Valley Union, AZ) vs. Bowie, AZ, 1985
470 Brandon Baszler (Lowell, OR) vs. St. Paul, OR, 9-12, 2003
465 Chad Micek (St. Edward, NE) vs. Silver Creek, NE, 1988
Per Game — Season
449.8
338.9
336.9
243.1
235.4
208.0
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2009
Larry Vlasin (Madrid, NE), 1964
Bryan Mills (Imbler, OR), 2008
Ryan Pierson (St. Paul, OR) 2009
Nick Thompson (Imbler, OR), 2007
Kenny Peterson (Valier, MT), 1992
Per Game — Season
324.5
323.6
315.2
272.8
270.0
266.5
239.0
235.7
232.0
228.5
MOST RUSHING YARDS
Career
8,336
6,959
6,274
5,981
5,760
5,632
5,309
5,202
5,018
4,951
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE), 1993-96
John Hammel (Dufur, OR), 1965-68
Lonnie Simpson (Inchelium, WA), 1981-83
Bryan Kendall (Haviland, KS), 1972-75
Arley McNeil (Patagonia, AZ), 1985-88
Scott Gray (Coleridge, NE), 1983-87
Oliver Salmans (Hanston, KS), 1986-89
Bradley Taylor (Wishkah Valley, WA), 1981-84
Darren Johnson (Inman, KS), 1988-91
Andy Black (Otis-Bison, KS), 1989-92
Season
3,236
2,974
2,971
2,943
2,844
2,841
2,837
2,828
2,758
2,699
Mone Hicks (Idaho City, ID), 2000
DeAndre Bradford (Riverside Christian, CA), 1992
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, KS), 1996
Ryan Pierson (St. Paul, OR), 2009
Lonnie Simpson (Inchelium, WA), 1983
Bryan Kendall (Haviland, KS), 1974
Justin Bales (Dufur, OR), 1991
Jim Gilbert (Table Rock, NE), 1985
Andrew Leeper (Adair-Casey, IA), 2006
Bradley Taylor (Wishkah Valley, WA), 1984
John Hammel (Dufur, OR), 1968
Mone Hicks (Idaho City, ID), 2000
Justin Bales (Dufur, OR), 1991
John Hammel (Dufur, OR), 1967
DeAndre Bradford (Riverside Christian, CA), 1992
Kellen Madison (Fenton Sentral, IA), 2001
Benji Smith (Norwalk Leffingwell Christian, CA), 1986
Jim Gilbert (Table Rock, NE), 1985
David Wills (Maxwell, CA), 1974
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE), 1996
Per Attempt — Game (Minimum 10 carries)
30.3 Tyson Schreiber (Alsea, OR) vs OR School of the Deaf, 2009,
(303/10)
25.3 John Hicks (Prairie City, OR) vs. Cove, OR, 11-2, 1995 (405/16)
19.0 Kameron Graham (Falls City, OR) vs. Perrydale, 10-26, 2007
(418/22)
MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS
Game
52
44
43
43
41
34
33
31
31
31
31
Game
601 Bryan Kendall (Haviland, KS), 1974
118
Tyler Molyneaux (Chinook, MT) vs. Charlo, MT, 11-6, 2010
Matt Anderson (St. Paul, OR) vs. Gilchrist, OR, 11-12, 2004
Josh Frerichs (Lodgepole, NE) vs. Minatare, NE, 9-20, 2002
Dustin Underhill (Dufur, OR) vs. Culver, OR, 10-20, 1995
Sam Clark (Powers, OR) vs. Butte Falls, OR, 10-13, 1973
Duffy Otteson (Tonopah, NV) vs. Laughlin, NV, 2004
Mark Downing (Vinita White Oak, OK) vs. Kinta, OK, 10-25, 2001
Mone Hicks (Idaho City, ID) vs. Kendrick, ID, 2000
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE) vs. East Butler, NE, 1994
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE) vs. Humphrey St. Francis, NE, 1996
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR) vs. Pine Eagle, OR, 10-3, 2008
Football
MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
Career
155
113
89
74
64
64
59
56
52
50
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE), 1993-96
Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR), 2004-07
Ryan Pierson (St. Paul, OR), 2006-09
Don McLean (Huntington, OR), 1967-70
Ryan Herman (Terry, MT), 1989-92
Sam Rux (Finn Rock McKenzie, OR), 2005-08
Andy Maurer (Prospect, OR), 1962-65
Bryan Mills (Imbler, OR), 2006-09
Todd Baxter (North Powder Powder Valley, OR), 2001-03
Mike Cutler (Philipsburg Granite, MT), 1985-87
GREAT RETURNS — In 2002,
Trent Humphrey (right) of Kiowa
South Barber, KS, returned five
kickoffs for touchdowns to rank second in that national eight-player category, including two in one game.
Season
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE), 1996
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE), 1995
Chuck Ketner (Marlow Central, OK), 1995
Steve Ott (St. Paul, OR), 1991
Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR), 2007
Tyler Tonderum (Armstrong-Ringsted, IA), 2007
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE), 1994
Don McLean (Huntington, OR), 1969
Tyson Schreiber (Alsea, OR), 2009
Nick Thompson (Imbler, OR), 2007
Game
9
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Most Passing Yards, Career (Cont.)
8,320
7,680
7,143
7,054
6,806
6,408
Season
Kameron Graham (Falls City, OR) vs. Ione, OR, 9-23, 2005
Chad Walker (Mapleton, OR) vs. McKenzie, OR, 10-24, 2008
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE) vs. Mead, NE, 1996
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE) vs. Friend, NE, 1996
Dave Larson (Axtell, NE) vs. Sumner, NE, 1965
Mickey Kinney (Nebraska Christian, NE) vs. Palmer, NE, 2000
Larry Riessland (Pleasanton, NE), 1966
Dillon Bellmore (Vida McKenzie, OR) vs. Wallowa, OR, 11-20, 2004
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE) vs. Mead, NE, 1996
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE) vs. Newman Grove, NE, 1996
Fred Frison (Butte Falls, OR) vs. Powers, OR, 10-17, 1986
Joel Rosenbloom (Portland Riverdale, OR) vs. Salem Oregon
School for the Deaf, OR, 10-17, 2003
Garth Brushe (Seaside Jewell, OR) vs. Molalla Country Christian,
OR, 10-5, 1996
Chris Handy (Blachly Triangle Lake, OR) vs. Valsetz, OR, 1982
Jake Redfield (Wallowa, OR) vs. Adrian, OR, 10-3, 2003
John Hammel (Dufur, OR) vs. Klickitat, WA, 11-2, 1968
Bill Mead (Dufur, OR) vs. Fossil Wheeler, OR, 10-6, 1979
Justin Bales (Dufur, OR) vs. Fossil Wheeler, OR, 9-21, 1991
Guillermo Rodriguez (Princeton, CA) vs. Herlong, CA, 10-12,
2007
Kyle Dennis (Pine Eagle, OR) vs. Powder Valley, OR, 10-31, 2008
3,652
3,539
3,311
3,057
2,827
2,781
2,765
2,740
2,678
2,601
Career
541
529
524
521
508
505
504
504
490
489
22
18
12
10
8
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE), 1995-96
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2008-09
David Roseberry (Dunning SH, NE), 1984-95
Tyson Schreiber (Alsea, OR), 2009
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE), 1994
MOST PASSING YARDS
353.9
305.7
304.4
304.3
208.5
165.6
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2004
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2009
Dan Jilg (Silver Creek, NE), 1988
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2005
Kory Kovatch (Valier, MT), 1992
Kory Kovatch (Valier, MT), 1991
MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS
Career
967 Johnny Schwaller (Coon Rapids-Bayard, IA) 2005-08
795 Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2003-05
685 Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2006-09
Season
352
309
305
294
282
278
Career
9,146
8,779
8,426
8,384
Luke Lindell (Dufur, OR) vs. Touchet, WA, 9-13, 1996
Daniel Lee (Perrydale, OR) vs. Days Creek, OR, 8-29, 2008
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR) vs. St. Paul, OR, 9-11, 2009
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 10-15, 2004
Curt Shelley (Crane, OR), 10-11, 1985
Jim Drago (Blachly Triangle Lake, OR) vs. Salem Oregon School
for the Deaf, OR, 10-24, 1997
Garry Hall (Queen Creek Canyon St. Academy, AZ), 9-4, 2004
Scott Schnieder (San Diego Parker, CA), 1991
Jason Peters (Coleville, NV) vs. Pahranagat, NV, 11-15, 2008
Johnny Schwaller (Coon Rapids-Bayard, IA) vs. Glidden-Ralston,
IA, 10-5, 2007
Per Game — Season
Cory Eikmeier (Dodge, NE), 1993-96
Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR), 2004-07
Ryan Pierson (St. Paul, OR), 2006-09
Ryan Herman (Terry, MT), 1989-92
Don McLean (Huntington, OR) 1967-70
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2006-09
Mike Cutler (Philipsburg, MT), 1986-87
Consecutive
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2005
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2004
Brandon Mahon (Wallowa, OR), 2006
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2009
Patrick Hunter (Pateros, WA), 1995
Zach Culver (North Powder Powder Valley, OR), 2000
Daniel Lee (Perrydale, OR), 2008
Dan Jilg (Silver Creek, NE), 1988
Todd Baxter (North Powder Powder Valley, OR), 2002
Scott Worsham (Pateros, WA), 1990
Game
MOST 100-YARD GAMES
41
26
22
21
19
18
11
Michael Hammersmith (White City, KS), 1997-2000
Kirby Rust (Kensington, KS), 1986-89
Todd Baxter (North Powder Powder Valley, OR), 2001-03
Patrick Hunter (Pateros, WA), 1993-95
Tom Wolsborn (Odessa, WA), 1987-90
Brian Chason (Tucson Christian, AZ), 1982-85
Tyler Jones (Cherokee Washington, IA) 2005-08
Beau Shiever (Morrison, OK), 2000-03
James Kilian (Medford, OK), 1996-99
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2003-05
119
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2005
Keegan Conro (North Powder Powder Valley, OR), 2007
Brandon Mahon (Wallowa, OR), 2006
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2004
Lynn Jackson (Wallowa, OR), 1992
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2009
FB
67
43
43
43
37
35
29
28
27
26
Football
Game
Most Completions, Game (Cont.)
62 Monte McDonald (Marcola Mohawk, OR) vs. Valsetz, OR, 9-27,
1969
59 Luke Lindell (Dufur, OR) vs. Touchet, WA, 9-13, 1996
51 Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR) vs. Vida McKenzie, OR, 11-19, 2004
50 Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR) vs. St. Paul, OR, 9-11, 2009
49 Todd Baxter (North Powder Powder Valley, OR) vs. Wallowa, OR,
9-19, 2003
48 Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR) vs. Amity Perrydale, OR, 2005
47 Jason Peters (Coleville, NV) vs. Pahranagat, NV, 11-15, 2008
45 Brandon Mahon (Wallowa, OR) vs. Marcola Mohawk, OR, 2006
43 Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR) vs. Echo, OR, 2005
41 Curt Shelley (Crane, OR) vs.Jordan Valley, OR, 1985
41 Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR) vs. Imbler, OR, 10-2, 2009
28 Brandon Mahon (Wallowa, OR) vs. Marcola Mohawk, OR, 2006
28 Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR) vs. McKenzie, OR, 2004
28 Todd Baxter (North Powder Powder Valley, OR) vs. Wallowa, OR,
9-19, 2003
Per Game — Season
19.2
16.2
16.1
15.8
15.7
14.6
13.2
12.5
11.5
MOST COMPLETIONS
Career
755
574
506
459
434
390
378
377
372
341
HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE
Tyler Jones (Cherokee Washington, IA), 2005-08
Beau Shiever (Morrison, OK), 2000-03
Johnny Schwaller (Coon Rapids-Bayard, IA) 2005-08
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2003-05
James Kilian (Medford, OK), 1996-99
Patrick Hunter (Pateros, WA), 1993-95
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2006-09
Chris Palmquist (Stanton, IA), 2006-08
Todd Baxter (North Powder Powder Valley, OR), 2001-03
Dan Jilg (Silver Creek, NE), 1987-88
Career (Minimum 600 Attempts)
58.9
57.2
55.1
54.0
50.1
Todd Baxter (North Powder Powder Valley, OR), 2001-03
Kory Kovatch (Valier, MT), 1991
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2006-09
Wally Johnson (Elgin, NE), 1987-90
James Kilian (Medford, OK) 1996-99
Season (Minimum 275 Attempts)
Season
266
205
198
197
192
188
173
167
161
155
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2004
Brandon Mahon (Wallowa, OR), 2006
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2009
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2008
Lynn Jackson (Wallowa, OR), 1992
Keegan Conro (North Powder Powder Valley, OR), 2007
Kory Kovatch (Valier, MT), 1991
Mike Hamilton (Philipsburg Granite, MT), 1992
Kory Kovatch (Valier, MT), 1992
71.4
65.5
61.3
58.0
57.9
Patrick Hunter (Pateros, WA), 1995
Dan Jilg (Silver Creek, NE), 1988
Johnny Schwaller (Coon Rapids-Bayard, IA), 2007
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2005
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2004
Brandon Mahon (Wallowa, OR), 2006
Lynn Jackson (Wallowa, OR), 1992
Scott Worsham (Pateros, WA), 1990
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2009
Taylor Nelson (Exira, IA), 2008
Daniel Lee (Perrydale, OR), 2008
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2004
Lynn Jackson (Wallowa, OR), 1992
Dan Halko (Centerville, MT), 1993
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2009
Game
92.9 Chuck McCoy (Huntington, OR), 9-15, 1967 (26/28)
MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES
Game
Career
47 Monte McDonald (Marcola Mohawk, OR) vs. Valsetz, OR, 9-27,
1969
39 Johnny Schwaller (Coon Rapids-Bayard, IA) vs. Glidden-Ralston,
IA, 10-5, 2007
36 Scott Worsham (Pateros, WA), 1990
34 Dale Kreikemeier (Snyder, NE), 1977
32 Jason Peters (Coleville, NV) vs. Pahranagat, NV, 11-15, 2008
31 Luke Lindell (Dufur, OR) vs. Touchet, WA, 9-13, 1996
29 Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 11-5, 2004
29 Dan Dacken (Fenton Sentral, IA) vs. Harris-Lake Park, IA, 10-19,
2001
120
119
112
110
94
94
94
89
89
88
88
James Kilian (Medford, OK), 1996-99
Kirby Rust (Kensington, KS), 1986-89
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2003-05
Todd Baxter (North Powder Powder Valley, OR), 2001-03
Johnny Schwaller (Coon Rapids-Bayard, IA) 2005-08
Brian Chason (Tucson Christian, AZ), 1982-85
Tom Wolsborn (Odessa, WA), 1987-90
Patrick Hunter (Pateros, WA), 1993-95
Chris Palmquist (Stanton, IA) 2005-08
Kyle Sides (Northern Valley, KS), 1979-82
Darren Gale (Eastern Heights, KS), 1975-78
Season
HE COULD GO ALL THE WAY
— Glenn Cichosz (left) of HaysLodgepole, MT, set the national
record for most kick returns for
touchdowns in an eight-player
football game (four) in 1986. The
mark has since been tied twice,
but it still holds up as the national record.
47
46
45
44
44
44
43
43
42
40
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2004
Patrick Green (Wallowa, OR), 2005
Todd Baxter (North Powder Powder Valley, OR), 2003
Daniel Lee (Perrydale, OR), 2008
Johnny Schwaller (Coon Rapids-Bayard, IA), 2007
Zach Culver (North Powder Powder Valley, OR), 2000
Patrick Hunter (Pateros, WA), 1995
Tyler Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2009
Kirby Rust (Kensington, KS), 1989
Johnny Schwaller (Coon Rapids-Bayard, IA), 2007
Game
10 Vincent Alvarado (Seligman, AZ) vs. Queen Creek Canyon St.
Academy, AZ, 9-4, 2004
10 Jason Peters (Coleville, NV) vs. Pahranagat, NV, 11-15, 2008
9 Monte McDonald (Marcola Mohawk, OR) vs. Valsetz, OR, 9-27,
1969
8 Brandon Mahon (Wallowa, OR) vs. Joseph, OR, 10-27, 2006
8 Ric Lines (Pima, AZ) vs. St. David, AZ, 1974
8 Dan Dacken (Fenton Sentral, IA), 10-19, 2001
8 John Billy Fillmore (Coleville, CA), 1966
120
Football
Season
8
8
8
8
8
8
Scott Schneider (San Diego Parker, CA), 1991
Scott Schneider (San Diego Parker, CA), 1992
Brad Rush (Dexter, KS), 1995
Adam Parke (Drumond, MT) vs. Philipsburg, MT, 1990
Lynn Jackson (Wallowa, OR) vs. Adrian, OR, 10-11, 1991
Todd Baxter (North Powder Powder Valley, OR) vs. Wallowa, OR,
9-19, 2003
8 Keegan Conro (North Powder Powder Valley, OR) vs. Adrian, OR,
9-7, 2007
MOST RECEIVING YARDS
111
109
104
99
98
83
82
80
79
79
Game
Career
6,426
4,221
3,295
3,047
2,918
2,743
2,596
2,492
2,274
2,203
2,266
2,167
1,796
1,754
1,655
1,583
1,437
1,430
1,386
1,363
25
20
20
19
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2003-06
Paul Hatcher (Tucson Christian, AZ), 1982-85
Nathan Gonzales (Medford, OK), 1996-99
Jarrett Grosdidier (St. Paul, KS), 1989-92
Aaron Zachary (Medford, OK), 1996-99
Kellye Irvin (McCracken, KS), 1978-79
Nick Cash (Helena Timberlake, OK), 2006-07
Jeff Scrupps (Odessa, WA), 1989-92
Roger Paul (Elgin, NE), 1987-90
Jesse Hardt (Odessa, WA) 1987-90
Season
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2006
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2005
Kellye Irvin (McCracken, KS), 1979
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2004
Paul Hatcher (Tucson Christian, AZ), 1985
Steve Goss (Wallowa, OR), 1992
Jeff Scrupps (Odessa, WA), 1992
Brian Goble (Minneola, KS), 1980
Jon Nahmias (Lawndale Masada, CA), 1986
Ryan Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2004
19
19
18
17
16
16
348
323
314
313
310
Brandon Underhill (Dufur, OR) vs. Touchet, WA, 9-13, 1996
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR) vs. Pine Eagle, OR, 2006
Mike Evans (Herlong, CA) vs. Princeton, CA, 10-12, 2007
Kameron Wolfe (Camas Valley, OR) vs. Jewell, OR, 9-1, 2006
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR) vs. North Powder Powder Valley,
OR, 2005
Jim Smeal (Snyder, NE) vs. Beemer, NE, 1977
Josh Daniel (LaCrosse-Washtucna, WA), 1992
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR) vs. Imbler, OR, 10-29, 2004
Tony Sadler (Elkton, OR) vs. North Lake, OR, 9-27, 1996
Tom Asmussen (Pateros, WA), 1987
Career
79
72
48
47
44
43
38
38
37
37
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2006
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2005
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2004
Steve Goss (Wallowa, OR), 1992
Ryan Harshfield (Wallowa, OR), 2004
Dustin Sams (Pateros, WA), 1990
John Rappold (Valier, MT), 1991
29
27
26
25
25
23
23
23
21
21
21
21
Kellye Irvin (McCracken, KS), 1979
Paul Hatcher (Tucson Christian, AZ), 1985
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2005
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2006
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2004
Tyler Boeke (Coon Rapids-Bayard, IA), 2008
Jarrett Grosdidier (St. Paul, KS), 1991
Jeff Scrupps (Odessa, WA), 1992
Ryan Mullen (Stanton, IA), 2003
Jarrett Grosdidier (St. Paul, KS), 1992
Dustin Sams (Pateros, WA), 1990
Steve Goss (Wallowa, OR), 1992
Game
8
7
7
6
6
MOST RECEPTIONS
6
6
6
6
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Career
319
221
178
177
174
173
156
151
144
140
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2003-06
Paul Hatcher (Tucson Christian, AZ), 1982-85
Jarrett Grosdidier (St. Paul, KS), 1989-92
Nathan Gonzales (Medford, OK), 1996-99
Kellye Irvin (McCracken, KS), 1978-79
Aaron Zachary (Medford, OK), 1996-99
Jim Stever (Days Creek, OR), 1995-98
Jeff Scrupps (Odessa, WA), 1989-92
Dustin Sams (Pateros, WA), 1987-90
Roger Paul (Elgin, NE), 1987-90
Season
Per Game — Season
206
180.6
175.4
143.9
136.3
133.8
89.8
Jim Smeal (Snyder, NE) vs. Beemer, NE, 1977
Jason Rice (Kensington, KS), 1988
Matt Garrett (San Diego Parker, CA), 1991
Joe Knoer (Ruthven-Ayrshire, IA) vs. Swea City North Kossuth,
IA, 10-28, 2005
Jason Rice (Kensington, KS), 1988
Steve Goss (Wallowa, OR) vs. Culver, OR, 11-14, 1992
Andy Golay (Coon Rapids-Bayard, IA) vs. Glidden-Ralston, IA,
10-5, 2007
Brandon Underhill (Dufur, OR) vs. Touchet, WA, 9-13, 1996
Jason Larson (Hartford, KS), 1989
Stewart Laird (Gila Bend, AZ) vs. Valley Union, AZ, 1975
MOST RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS
Game
431
382
356
354
351
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2006
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2005
Steve Goss (Wallowa, OR), 1992
Joe Knoer (Ruthven-Ayrshire, IA), 2005
Nick Cash (Helena Timberlake, OK), 2006
Mark Frithsen (St. David, AZ), 1984
Bruce Shinn (Dunning, NE), 1976
Nick Cash (Helena Timberlake, OK), 2007
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2004
Jason Rice (Kensington, KS), 1988
Kaleb Oveson (Wallowa, OR), 2003-06
Paul Hatcher (Tucson Christian, AZ), 1982-85
Nick Cash (Helena Timberlake, OK), 2006-07
Jarrett Grosdidier (St. Paul, KS), 1989-92
B.J. Westbrook (Kensington, KS), 1986-89
Jason Rice (Kensington, KS), 1986-89
David Patterson (Pateros, WA), 1987-89
Nathan Gonzales (Medford, OK), 1996-99
Aaron Zachary (Medford, OK), 1996-99
Roger Paul (Elgin, NE), 1987-90
121
Emmi Sandoval (Colveville, NV) vs. Pahranagat, NV, 11-15, 2008
Kameron Wolfe (Camas Valley, OR) vs. Jewell, OR, 9-1, 2006
Eric Lathim (Fredonia, AZ) vs. Joseph City, AZ, 1973
Zach Sharp (Mound City, MO) vs. North Andrew, MO, 11-22, 2003
Deven Thompson (North Powder Powder Valley, OR) vs. Wallowa,
OR, 9-19, 2003
Alex West (Whiting, IA) vs. Elk Horn-Kimballton, IA, 9-1, 2006
Dean Krull (Marcola Mohawk, OR) vs. Alsea, OR, 10-11, 2007
Mike Evans (Herlong, CA) vs. Princeton, CA, 10-12, 2007
Andrew Wilson (Wallowa, OR) vs. Pine Eagle, OR, 10-3, 2008
Kellye Irvin (McCracken, KS), 1979
Kellye Irvin (McCracken, KS), 1979
B.J. Westbrook (Kensington, KS), 1988
Dennis Schmitt (Tipton, KS), 1989
Chris Gruber (Hope, KS), 1990
Jesse Hardt (Odessa, WA), 1989
Duke Finley (Inchelium, WA), 1991
Mike Berge (Wishkah Valley, WA), 1984
Matt Garrett (San Diego Parker, CA), 1992
Bill MacInnes (Fossil Wheeler, OR) vs. Ione, OR, 10-16, 1981
Andy Golay (Coon Rapids-Bayard) vs. Glidden-Ralston, IA, 10-5,
2007
FB
Most Touchdown Passes, Game (Cont.)
Football
Most Receiving Touchdowns, Game (Cont.)
Season
5 Mason Nielsen (Central City, IA) vs. Blairsburg Northeast
Hamilton, IA, 8-22, 2008
5 Brady Whipple (Pahranagat, NV) vs. Coleville, NV, 11-15, 2008
6
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
KICK RETURNS
MOST TOUCHDOWNS
Game
Career
20
19
15
14
3 Rick O’Neal (Fossil Wheeler County, OR) vs. Culver, OR, 11-3,
1977
3 Tyson Turner (Dufur, OR) vs. Condon, OR, 10-27, 1995
2 Trent Humphrey (Kiowa South Barber, KS), 2002
2 Tim Franzen (Elwood, NE) vs. Curtis MV, NE, 1993
2 Todd Krieger (Diller, NE) vs. Humboldt, NE, 1988
2 Dillon Musil (Amherst, NE) vs. Sumner-EM, NE, 1995
2 Mike Cutler (Philipsburg Granite, MT) vs. Drummond, MT, 1987
2 Clayton Hoyt (White Sulphur Springs, MT), 1992
2 John Kridner (Coldwater, KS), 1991
2 Trenton Umphenour (Pleasanton, KS), 1992
2 Nick Evancho (Centre, KS), 1994
2 Eric Yoder (Peabody, KS), 1994
2 Aaron Best (Hope, KS), 1994
2 Eric Cooksley (Days Creek, OR) vs. Elkton, OR, 9-22, 1995
2 Jim Stever (Days Creek, OR) vs. Paisley, OR, 10-11, 1996
2 Larry Camomile (Days Creek, OR) vs. Camas Valley, OR, 9-9,
1983
2 Dennis Lund (Elkton, OR) vs. Paisley, OR, 9-30, 1994
2 Tyson Schreiber (Alsea, OR) vs. Salem Oregon School for the
Deaf, OR, 10-17, 2008
2 Lee Chang-Won (Paisley, OR) vs. Days Creek, OR, 9-29, 2000
2 Tyson Schreiber (Alsea, OR) vs Eddyville, OR, 9-11, 2009
2 Brady Whipple (Pahranagat, NV) vs. Coleville, NV, 11-15, 2008
Kory Charter (Centerville, MT), 1989-91
Tom Clark (Geraldine, MT), 1975-78
Rob Cullip (Centerville, MT), 1985-86
Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR), 2004-07
Season
11
10
7
6
Scott Eaton (Terry, MT), 1986
Scott Curry (Valier, MT), 1992
Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR), 2007
Jim Gilbert (Table Rock, NE), 1985
Game
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
Glenn Cichosz (Hays-Lodgepole, MT), 1986
Neil Buckingham (Terry, MT) vs. Savage, MT, 1987
Scott Todorovich (Granite, MT) vs. Lima, MT, 1992
Dick Maurer (Prospect, OR) vs. Cascade Locks, OR, 10-18, 1969
Scott Curry (Valier, MT), 1992
Brandon Jantzi (Friend, NE) vs. Benedict, NE, 1993
Tyson Schreiber (Alsea, OR) vs. Salem Oregon School for the
Deaf, OR, 10-17, 2008
3 Rick O’Neal (Fossil Wheeler County, OR) vs. Culver, OR, 11-3,
1977
3 Tyson Turner (Dufur, OR) vs. Condon, OR, 10-27, 1995
PUNT RETURNS
MOST TOUCHDOWNS
KICKOFF RETURNS
Career
MOST TOUCHDOWNS
11
9
7
6
6
6
Career
8
7
6
6
5
5
Ethan Miller (Seymour, IA), 2007
Trent Humphrey (Kiowa South Barber, KS), 2002
Brent Basore (Pleasanton, KS), 1989
John Kridner (Coldwater, KS), 1991
Steve Shaw (Burrton, KS), 1994
Chris Gerdes (Attica, KS), 1994
Todd Krieger (Diller, NE) vs. Sterling, NE, 1988
Dennis Lund (Elkton, OR), 1994
Ethan Miller (Seymour, IA), 2005-07
Ty See (Sharon Springs, KS), 1988-91
Brent Basore (Pleasanton, KS), 1987-90
Ken Lloyd (Wakefield, KS), 1991-94
Tyson Schreiber (Alsea, OR), 2006-09
Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR), 2004-07
Dick Maurer (Prospect, OR), 1966-69
Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR), 2004-07
Chad Osborne (Mankato, KS), 1993-95
Jay Russell (Pike Valley, KS), 1987-90
Ty See (Sharon Springs, KS), 1988-91
Corey Grosdidier (St. Paul, KS), 1994
Season
6
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Corey Grosdidier (St. Paul, KS), 1994
Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR), 2007
Dick Maurer (Prospect, OR), 1969
Matt Brown (Beloit St. John’s, KS), 1996
Preston McGaughy (Elwood, KS), 1992
Jason Hajek (Centre, KS), 1993
Chad Osborne (Mankato, KS), 1995
Dick Maurer (Prospect, OR), 1967
Jay Russell (Pike Valley, KS), 1990
Brent Basore (Pleasanton, KS), 1990
Trenton Umphenour (Pleasanton, KS), 1991
Scott Cramer (Healy, KS), 1991
Jerry O’Rand (Pleasanton, KS), 1993
Ted Eubanks (St. Mary’s Academy, KS), 1993
Darren Wiens (Kensington, KS), 1994
Ben Labertow (Sylvan Grove, KS), 1995
Terry Volkman (Camas Valley, OR), 1963
Game
EIGHT-PLAYER COACHING LEADERS — The nation’s top two eight-player football coaches hail from the Midlands. Jerry Slaton (above left) of
Hanston, KS, leads all eight-player coaches with 250 career wins, with 234
of those coming at Hanston High School. Ken Cook (above right) of
Adams, NE, ranks second in eight-player football coaching victories with
242, with 218 of those coming at Adams.
122
4
3
3
2
2
2
2
Dick Maurer (Prospect, OR) vs. Cascade Locks, OR, 10-18, 1969
Jason Hajek (Centre, KS), 1993
Tim Bradford (Harper, OR), vs. Jordan Valley, OR, 1971
Ryan Smith (Dunning SH, NE), 1989
Steve Wenzl (Pawnee City, NE), 1992
Brandon Jantzi (Friend, NE) vs. Benedict, NE, 1993
Aaron O’Grady (Falls City Sacred Heart, NE) vs. Humboldt, NE,
1995
2 Jerry O’Rand (Pleasanton, KS), 1993
2 Ted Eubanks (St. Marys Academy, KS), 1993
Football
Most Punt Return Touchdowns, Game (Cont.)
2 Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR), 2004
2 Chase Ellis (Butte Falls, OR) vs. Maupin South Wasco, OR, 11-8,
2008
2 Tommy Blanton (Powers, OR) vs. Elkton, OR, 10-22, 1999
DEFENSE
Most Interceptions Returned for Touchdown, Season
(Cont.)
4 Dick Maurer (Prospect, OR), 1967
4 Matt Wood (Pretty Prairie, KS), 1992
Game — Returned For Touchdowns
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
MOST FUMBLES RECOVERED
Game
6
5
4
3
Shawn McClanahan (Yoncalla, OR) vs. Chiloquin, OR, 11-9, 1984
Mike Gilpin (Wolbach, NE), 1975
Robert Gibson (Carlsbad Victory Christian, CA), 1990
Kirk Ueland (Terry, MT), 1987
Dick Maurer (Prospect, OR) vs. Cascade Locks, OR, 10-18, 1969
Allen Beisner (Natoma, KS), 1974
Oliver Salmans (Hanston, KS), 1986
Travis Still (Sharon Springs, KS), 1987
Kelly Steiner (Centre, KS), 1994
Jared Powers (Thayer, KS), 1995
Chuck McCoy (Huntington, OR) vs. Crane, OR, 10-19, 1967
Scott Haueter (Harper, OR) vs. Greenleaf, ID, 1973
COACHING
MOST INTERCEPTIONS
31
29
25
25
24
21
21
21
20
20
Gunner Boss (Bennington, KS), 1985-88
Jesse Yager (Thedford, NE), 1989-92
Joe Campbell (Seligman, AZ), 1973-75
Jace Hawley (Westwide Ar-We-Va, IA), 2005-07
Dan Wagner (Paxico, KS), 1971
Brock Mills (Farmington Harmony, IA), 2001-03
Vaughn Huslig (Minneola, KS), 1980
Todd Caudle (Midway-Denton, KS), 1985-88
Steve Smith (Williamsburg, KS), 1986-89
Jared Jackson (Kensington, KS), 1991-94
MOST WINS
FB
Career
All-Time
250 Jerry Slaton (Tyrone, OK; Hanston, KS), 1974-2004 (250-79)
[76.0%]
242 Ken Cook (Trumbell, NE; Douglass, NE; Adams, NE), 1959-96
(242-84-3) [74.2%]
217 Bob Cleverley (Ennis, MT), 1964-96 (217-65-1) [77.0%]
175 Jack Henderson (Dufur, OR), 1987-2009 (175-72) [70.9%]
126 Rich Strauss (Medicine Lake, MT), 1972-94
All-Time — Same School
Season
24
21
18
17
17
16
15
14
13
12
12
12
12
12
234
218
217
126
110
Dan Wagner (Paxico, KS), 1971
Vaughn Huslig (Minneola, KS), 1980
Jeff Luhr (Osmond, NE), 1993
Clay Conway (Wishkah Valley, WA), 1978
Randy Fish (Joseph City, AZ), 1978
Steve Smith (Williamsburg, KS), 1989
Andy Maurer (Prospect, OR), 1962
Rob Meline (Washtucna, WA), 1974
Doug Crandall (Eastern Heights, KS), 1977
Gary McGarvie (Touchet, WA), 1987
Arnold Carter (Bogue, KS), 1976
Roger Bixenman (Grinnell, KS), 1983
Brian Burmaster (Tescott, KS), 1989
Trenton Umphenour (Pleasanton, KS), 1991
Jerry Slaton (Hanston, KS), 1976-2004 (234-73) [76.2%]
Ken Cook (Adams, NE), 1969-96 (218-62-1) [77.9%]
Bob Cleverley (Ennis, MT), 1964-96 (217-65-1) [77.0%]
Rick Strauss (Medicine Lake, MT), 1972-94
Bob Halgren (Charlo, MT), 1966-79
Six-player Football
TEAM
ALL-TIME
Game
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
Andy Carey (Farragut, IA) vs. Hamburg, IA, 10-1, 2004
Kevin Smith (Omaha Heartland, NE), 1989
Fred Wheeler (Huntington Beach Liberty Christian, CA), 1986
Neal Combs (Scandia, KS), 1970
Dan Wagner (Paxico, KS), 1971
Clay Conway (Wishkah Valley, WA), 1978
John Carson (Canyonvile, OR) vs. Days Creek, OR, 9-27, 1963
Mike Stevenson (Prospect, OR) vs. Marcola Mohawk, OR, 11-22,
1975
Brody Wilkins (Marcola Mohawk, OR) vs. Wallowa, OR, 11-18,
2006
Brad Hodgen (Remsen-Union, IA) vs. Ruthven-Ayrshire, IA, 8-29,
2008
Andy Jackson (Murray, IA) vs. Milton Fox Valley, IA, 9-28, 2001
Monte McDonald (Marcola Mohawk, OR) vs. Huntington, OR, 1130, 1968
Kenny Ball (Huntington, OR)
STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
All-Time
9
5
4
3
2
2
2
Consecutive
5
5
3
4
2
Career — Returned For Touchdowns
7
5
5
5
Dick Maurer (Prospect, OR), 1966-69
Andy Maurer (Prospect, OR), 1962-65
Kellye Irvin (McCracken, KS), 1978-79
Steve Smith (Williamsburg, KS), 1989
Highwood, MT (1992-2005)
Midland Christian, TX (1991-95)
Mountainair, NM (1989-92)
Coburg, OR (1951-53)
Westport, OR (1947-49)
Sisters, OR (1957-59)
Culver, OR (1955-56)
Highwood, MT (1992-96)
Midland Christian, TX (1991-95)
Coburg, OR (1951-53)
Mountainair, NM (1989-92)
Culver, OR (1955-56)
MOST WINS
Consecutive
61 Claremont, SD (1947-53)
35 Westport, OR (1945-48)
28 Coburg, OR (1951-53)
Season — Returned For Touchdowns
5 Dick Maurer (Prospect, OR), 1969
5 Steve Smith (Williamsburg, KS), 1989
123
Football
WHAT A GAME — Troy Ruff (right)
of Custer-Melstone, MT, set a sixplayer national record with eight
touchdowns receptions in one game
on November 15, 2003.
SCORING MACHINE — Paige Miller (wearing No. 10 above) of Turrell
High School, AR, set a six-player football record with 64 points in a game
against Monette High School, AR. Miller also set records for most touchdowns and most rushing touchdowns in a game with 10 (both now rank second). The records took place in a 124-0 win over Monette on November 17,
1937.
Game
64
51
50
48
46
46
OFFENSE
MOST POINTS
44
43
43
42
42
42
42
Season
625 Paramount Brethren, CA, 1972
574 Westport, OR, 1947
Game — One Team
91 Mosier, OR vs. Arlington, OR, 11-7, 1958
87 Harrisburg, OR vs. Triangle Lake, OR, 10-24, 1952
Per Game — Season (Minimum 7 Games)
29.7 Perry Colley (Salem Oregon School for the Deaf, OR), 1957 (208/7)
29.3 Doug Humphrey (Culver, OR), 1956 (264/9)
27.0 Rudy Herr (Brownsville, OR), 1953 (243/9)
Per Game — Season
62.5
54.9
49.7
49.6
Paramount Brethren, CA, 1972
Coburg, OR, 1953
Culver, OR, 1956
Sisters, OR, 1959
Paige Miller (Turrell, AR), 1937
Rich Youngs (Culver, OR) vs Fossil, OR, 11-5, 1955
Mike Smith (Pasadena Poly, CA), 1962
Rudy Herr (Brownsville, OR) vs. Shedd, OR, 10-30, 1953
Rudy Herr (Brownsville, OR) vs. Triangle Lake, OR, 10-31, 1952
Perry Colley (Salem Oregon School for the Deaf, OR) vs. Alsea,
OR, 10-11, 1957
Doug Humphrey (Culver, OR) vs. Klickitat, WA, 10-20, 1956
Ralph Slater (Triangle Lake, OR) vs. Harrisburg, OR, 10-24, 1952
Russ Mitchell (Lorane, OR) vs. Detroit, OR, 9-20, 1957
Phil Wolf (St. Paul, OR) vs. Cascade Locks, OR, 10-22, 1954
Dick Conner (Weston, OR) vs. Touchet, WA, 10-5, 1957
Joe Connelly (Mohawk, OR) vs. Camas Valley, OR, 10-10, 1958
Rudy Herr (Brownsville, OR) vs. Harrisburg, OR, 10-23, 1953
MOST TOUCHDOWNS
Career
93
70
70
51
48
47
MOST TOUCHDOWNS
Game
14 Mosier, OR vs. Arlington, OR, 11-7, 1958
14 Harrisburg, OR vs. Triangle Lake, OR, 10-24, 1952
Season
INDIVIDUAL
56
39
38
36
35
34
34
34
33
32
OFFENSE
MOST POINTS
Career
821
593
458
425
348
312
292
Dennis Korinek (Ulysses, NE), 1947-50
Rudy Herr (Brownsville, OR), 1951-53
Rich Youngs (Culver, OR), 1952-55
Dave Scott (Elkton, OR), 1949-52
Doug Humphrey (Culver, OR), 1954-56
Jack Bowen (Alsea, OR), 1955-56
Roger Hockema (Alsea, OR), 1955-56
Carlos Ruiz (Melrose, NM), 2004
Jerrod Long (Floyd, NM), 2004
Rudy Herr (Brownsville, OR), 1953
Doug Humphrey (Culver, OR), 1956
Mike Smith (Pasadena Poly, CA), 1962
Rich Youngs (Culver, OR), 1955
Rich Youngs (Culver, OR), 1954
Rudy Herr (Brownsville, OR), 1952
Don Domingos (Templeton, CA), 1973
Perry Colley (Salem Oregon School for the Deaf, OR), 1957
Game
13
10
9
8
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Season
264
243
223
220
219
217
215
208
186
182
Rudy Herr (Brownsville, OR), 1951-53
Dave Scott (Elkton, OR), 1949-1952
Rich Youngs (Culver, OR), 1952-55
Jack Bowen (Alsea, OR), 1955-56
Doug Humphrey (Culver, OR), 1954-56
Roger Hockema (Alsea, OR), 1955-56
Doug Humphrey (Culver, OR), 1956
Rudy Herr (Brownsville, OR), 1953
Rich Youngs (Culver, OR), 1955
Rich Youngs (Culver, OR), 1954
Mike Smith (Pasadena Poly, CA), 1963
Rudy Herr (Brownsville, OR), 1953
Don Domingos (Templeton, CA), 1973
Perry Colley (Salem Oregon School for the Deaf, OR), 1957
Dennis Tiehenor (Alsea, OR), 1957
Nick Yorges (Westfir, OR), 1959
124
Carlos Ruiz (Melrose, NM) vs. Animas, NM, 11-6, 2004
Paige Miller (Turrell, AR) vs. Monette, AR, 1937
Roger Deisley (Riverton, NE) vs. Naponee, NE, 1958
Rich Youngs (Culver, OR) vs. Fossil, OR, 11-5, 1955
Ralph Slater (Triangle Lake, OR) vs. Harrisburg, OR, 10-24, 1952
Phil Wolf (St. Paul, OR) vs. Cascade Locks, OR, 10-22, 1954
Dick Conner (Weston, OR) vs. Touchet, WA, 10-5, 1957
Joe Connelly (Mohawk, OR) vs. Camas Valley, OR, 10-10, 1958
Russ Mitchell (Lorane, OR) vs. Detroit, OR, 9-20, 1957
Rudy Herr (Brownsville, OR) vs. Triangle Lake, OR, 10-31, 1952
Rudy Herr (Brownsville, OR) vs. Shedd, OR, 10-30, 1953
Perry Colley (Salem Oregon School for the Deaf, OR) vs. Alsea,
OR, 10-11, 1957
Football
MOST FIELD GOALS
MOST RECEPTIONS
Game
Career
125 Lloyd Hartmann (Wolbach, NE), 1941-43
3 Tim Karmazin (Lawrence, NE) vs. Greeley, NE, 1987
MOST RUSHING YARDS
MOST RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS
Career
558 Keith Lowe (Huntley, NE) vs. Edison, NE, 1942
353 Eleazar Centeno (Hedley, TX) vs. Briscoe Fort Elliott, TX, 9-5, 2003
35 Lloyd Hartmann (Wolbach, NE), 1941-43
Season
25 Lloyd Hartmann (Wolbach, NE), 1943
MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
Career
Game
8
6
6
5
118 Dennis Korinek (Ulysses, NE), 1947-50
Season
Troy Ruff (Custer-Melstone, MT) vs Geraldine, MT, 11-15, 2003
Kyle Svec (Miligan, NE) vs. Hordsville, NE, 1983
Bill Krick (Coos River, OR) vs. Elkton, OR, 10-8, 1948
Clint Crownover (Coburg, OR) vs. Marcola, OR, 9-25, 1953
KICKOFF RETURNS
49 Dennis Korinek (Ulysses, NE), 1950
Game
12
10
9
6
6
MOST TOUCHDOWNS
Carlos Ruiz (Melrose, NM) vs. Animas, NM, 11-6, 2004
Paige Miller (Turrell, AR) vs. Monette, AR, 1937
Roger Deisley (Riverton, NE) vs. Naponee, NE, 1958
Thomas Hagert (Starbuck, MN) vs. Graceville, MN, 10-4, 1940
Eleazar Centeno (Hedley, TX) vs. Briscoe Fort Elliott, TX, 9-5, 2003
Season
8 Ron Douglass (Rufus, OR), 1952
Game
MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS
6 Ralph Slater (Triangle Lake, OR) vs. Harrisburg, OR, 10-24, 1952
2 Otis Burchell (Valzetz, OR) vs. Salem Oregon School for the
Deaf, OR, 10-12, 1951
Game
DEFENSE
31 Skip Mullin (Glide, OR) vs. Canyonville, OR, 10-11, 1951
27 Ron Wilcutt (Triangle Lake, OR) vs. Harrisburg, OR, 9-18, 1953
MOST INTERCEPTIONS
MOST COMPLETIONS
Returned For Touchtown — Season
4 Nick Yorges (Westfir, OR), 1959
Game
27 Ron Wilcutt (Triangle Lake, OR) vs. Harrisburg, OR, 9-18, 1953
Returned For Touchtown — Game
2 Nick Yorges (Westfir, OR) vs. Alsea, OR, 9-18, 1959
HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE
MOST BLOCKED PUNTS
Game (Minimum 15 Attempts)
Game
100 Ron Wilcutt (Triangle Lake, OR) vs. Harrisburg, OR, 9-18, 1953
(27/27)
3 Alton “Mook” Wilhelms (Bruning, NE) vs. Hardy, NE, 1939
MOST PASSING TOUCHDOWNS
Career
80 Kyle Grossart (Wolbach, NE), 1992-95
74 Bob Kumph (Leigh, NE), 1951-54
Season
51 Kyle Grossart (Wolbach, NE), 1995
45 Roland Peterson (Wolbach, NE), 1943
37 Steve Elam (Anaheim Heritage, CA), 1968
Game
10 Roland Peterson (Wolbach, NE) vs. Palmer, NE, 1943
8 Skip Mullin (Glide, OR) vs. Canyonville, OR, 10-11, 1951
7 Robert Aho (Knappa, OR) vs. Astoria Star of the Sea, OR, 10-3,
1947
6 Dick Smith (Glide, OR) vs. Yoncalla, OR, 10-9, 1953
6 Jim Ronning (Coos River, OR) vs. Elkton, OR, 10-8, 1948
6 Bob Cliver (Valsetz, OR) vs. Falls City, OR, 11-7, 1958
125
FB
Game

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