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Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 4:56 pm
by Leman Saunders
I thought about a yards per carry category just never got that one up and running...what would be a good number to set as the minimum?...number of carries or yards gained minimums? Game, season, and career...a lot of parameters for this category

Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 5:03 pm
by Savoy Football
I was thinking yards per carry per game. Minimum 15-20 carries

Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2017 9:07 am
by cbw1
Cristian barineau on maxpreps has around 60 career receiving TDs, but his senior season is separated from his junior and sophomore season

Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2017 9:19 am
by cbw1
Conner McCellan for Lucas Christian has two games with over 7 passing TDs
9 passing Tds - vs TCA 2015 11/6/15
8 passing Tds - vs Wylie Prep 10/9/15

Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2017 9:21 am
by cbw1
^ Also recorded
9 passing TDs - vs Faustian Academy 9/17/16

Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2017 7:38 pm
by 51eleven
I know the thread doesn't specifically cover State Game or Playoff individual performances but I'm curious.
Does anyone know maybe the top 5 rushing performances in a State Game? I think I may have seen at least one.

Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2017 7:54 pm
by Leman Saunders
I have a very large State Game Record Book Im holding back for use in book form one day...but here are the top 5 single game rushing:
1. 461 - Trey Richey, 1985 Jayton (28 carries)
2. 427 – Josh Colunga, 2009 Garden City (21 carries)
3. 420 – DeWayne Miles, 1995 Amherst (27 carries)*416?
4. 414 – Walker Tippie, 2016 Richland Springs (15 carries)
5. 390 – Danny Del Hierro, 1972 O’Brien

Worth noting...I went with the most widely accepted number for the state games as there are usually about 3-4 different published reports with different totals lol...Granger is who I went with for Miles...Tippie there no doubt about the accuracy of those numbers

Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2017 8:01 pm
by Johnny South
Full game or Mercy Rule deserves an asterisk.

Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2017 8:22 pm
by 51eleven
Leman Saunders wrote:I have a very large State Game Record Book Im holding back for use in book form one day...but here are the top 5 single game rushing:
1. 461 - Trey Richey, 1985 Jayton (28 carries)
2. 427 – Josh Colunga, 2009 Garden City (21 carries)
3. 420 – DeWayne Miles, 1995 Amherst (27 carries)*416?
4. 414 – Walker Tippie, 2016 Richland Springs (15 carries)
5. 390 – Danny Del Hierro, 1972 O’Brien

Worth noting...I went with the most widely accepted number for the state games as there are usually about 3-4 different published reports with different totals lol...Granger is who I went with for Miles...Tippie there no doubt about the accuracy of those numbers


I knew # 2 had to be close to the top. My neck was sore that night from turning back and forth and back and forth... I figured #4 was probably up there too as I saw it streamed. They had some guy commenting from time to time with a really cool tie (now I have to find my bottle of Brown Nose Remover).

Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2017 8:52 pm
by Leman Saunders
Johnny South wrote:Full game or Mercy Rule deserves an asterisk.

That would be 3 of the 5 up there as far as state games go...Colunga and Miles played a full game

Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2017 9:23 pm
by 51eleven
Leman Saunders wrote:
Johnny South wrote:Full game or Mercy Rule deserves an asterisk.

That would be 3 of the 5 up there as far as state games go...Colunga and Miles played a full game


In the case of Colunga that is a testament to the 2009 Strawn Greyhounds never giving up. He ran through and around them every which way you can. You score 88 points in the State game and your down by 44 at the end of the 4th. I can't remember, maybe Coach Jones had the opportunity to give it to him one more time and didn't. Kudos to him and them, again.

Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Wed Sep 06, 2017 11:11 am
by 6mandan
To Whom It May Concern,
I really feel horrible for many of my ex Mustang Players for not keeping a better tract of game stats. Don't know where they would have fallen in these records but they would have been up there for sure.
Great Post!!

Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Wed Sep 06, 2017 12:15 pm
by Leman Saunders
6mandan wrote:To Whom It May Concern,
I really feel horrible for many of my ex Mustang Players for not keeping a better tract of game stats. Don't know where they would have fallen in these records but they would have been up there for sure.
Great Post!!


If you are talking about Fort Hancock players...you are correct...I have been working hard to locate stats, newspaper articles, films and so on trying to compile some things. Most are not complete so very had to list, some of them I do have but they wouldnt be in the top 5 (would be in the top 10). Vicente Ramirez career rushing TDs scored would probably be in the top 5 but I am missing some games so the number I have is not complete and some stats still need double checking.

Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Wed Sep 06, 2017 2:28 pm
by Leman Saunders
I have been given a few stats that I will post here that should land a couple of players in the top 5s!

Re: Leman's Record Book

PostPosted: Wed Sep 06, 2017 9:07 pm
by Leman Saunders
#2 on single season receiving yards:
1,682 – Jaren Brooks, Grandfalls-Royalty, 2016 (94 catches)(13 games)