Leman's Record Book

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Leman's Record Book

Postby granger » Fri Aug 18, 2017 3:16 pm

Here for your consideration is what I have determined are the top-5 record holders for 6-man football in the state of Texas. This has been a long process with many twists and turns, corrections and additions.

I have cross checked, double checked, triple checked and annoyed many current and former coaches and players in trying to collect stats just for this purpose. This is by no means complete. I have also done my best to annotate things that might be incomplete or when there are discrepancies which make it hard to determine without a doubt what the “correct” stat is.

This list is 100% fluid and can change daily depending on what submissions, discoveries and research yield. This top-5 is just a snippet of what I have collected as my master lists are very long, but as you might be able to tell some categories have significantly more submissions than others.

For example, career stats might be the hardest to determine because freshman year stats are hard to recover from coaches and often weren’t reported at all. All stats are varsity only.

It is possible that I have missed adding in some stats/records that have been sent to me in the past and if so please let me know and I will update things. If you have any stats or tips to pass on to me…PLEASE do so!

While the #1 spots have been published before (recognized by Dave Campbell’s Magazine and the UIL as the record-holders), this is the first time ever the top 5s have been published

Enjoy!

Top 5 Texas 6-Man Records:
Rushing: Most Rushing Yards:
Single Game:

621 – Tony Diaz, Paint Rock, 2010 v Novice (44 carries)
615 – Andrew Bichsel, White Deer, 2014, v Hart (35 carries)
582 – Alex Caldwell, Savoy, 2014, v Leverett’s Chapel-Bi-District (28 carries)
573 – Tyler Russell, Abbott, 2011, v Lometa-Quarter-Finals (30 carries)
568 – Orlando Bell, Star, 2008, v Panther Creek-Bi-District

Single Season:
3,798 – Bryan Griffin, Mozelle, 1983, 14 games (337 carries)
3,793 - Brian Holmes, May, 1977 (13 games)
3,679 – Dalton Mitchum, Rankin, 2012 (270 carries)(13 games)
*3,572 – DeWayne Miles, Amherst, 1995 (261 carries)(15 games)
3,536 – Tanner Richey, Borden County, 2012 (184)(12 games)
*needs further conformation due to discrepancies in published reports

Career:
11,866 – Lance Morris, Ira, 2009-12
*10,468 – Petey Saliaz, Mullin, 1992-95 (or 10,480 depending on the source)
8,777 – Leo Ramirez, Loop, 2011-14
8,413 – Bishop Norman, Zephyr, 2013-16
8,313 – Damien Jackson, Trinidad, 1996-98

Rushing: Carries:
Single Game:

47 – Dalton Mitchum, Rankin, 2012, vs Borden County
46 – Jarod Bowen, Highland, 1999 v Midland Trinity
45 – Bishop Norman, Zephyr, 2016 v May-Area
44 – Tony Diaz, Paint Rock, 2010 v Novice
44 – Dalton Mitchum, Rankin, 2012, v Throckmorton-Quarter-Final

Single Season:
337 – Bryan Griffin, Mozelle, 1983, 14 games
315 – Josh Colunga, Garden City, 2010 (15 games)
294 – Alex Espinoza, Valley, 2005 (15 games)
285 – Rico Rocha, Meadow, 2008 (13 games)
270 – Dalton Mitchum, Rankin, 2012 (13 games)

Career:
828 – Lance Morris, Ira, 2009-12
807 – Leo Ramirez, Loop, 2011-14
745 – Jacob Hancock, Valley, 2006-09
698 – Josh Colunga, Garden City, 2007-10
676 – Bishop Norman, Zephyr, 2013-16

Rushing: Rushing TDs Scored:
Single Game:

13 – Kyle Molter, Lometa, 2015, v Mullin
12 – Tony Diaz, Paint Rock, 2010 v Novice-Week 10
12 – Leo Ramirez, Loop, 2013 v Sands
11 – Jamie Frazier, Bynum, 1986 v Blum
11 – Tony Diaz, Paint Rock, 2010 v Robert Lee
11 – Andrew Bichsel, White Deer, 2014, v Hart

Single Season:
72 – DeWayne Miles, Amherst, 1995, 15 games
70 – Tony Diaz, Paint Rock, 2010 (11 games)
66 – Rico Rocha, Meadow, 2008 (13 games)
64 – Jared Hicks, Richland Springs, 2003 (14 games)
60 – Brian Holmes, May, 1977 (13 games)
60 – Jamie Humphries, Panther Creek, 1990
60 – Damian Jackson, Trinidad, 1997 (13 games)
60 – Leo Ramirez, Loop, 2013 (11 games)

Career:
179 – Lance Morris, Ira, 2009-12
159 – Leo Ramirez, Loop, 2011-14
151 – Damian Jackson, Trinidad, 1996-98
147 – Stephen Ortiz, Sidney, 2007-10
141 – Tyler Russell, Abbott, 2009-12
(obviously missing Dewayne Miles as I am trying to confirm some of his career stats, mostly freshman & sophomore seasons)


Receiving: Receptions
Single Game:

14 – Saul Guillen, Three Way, 1985, v Loop
13 – Ryan Weidner, Ropes, 2010, v Ira
13 – Jaren Brooks, Grandfalls-Royalty, 2016, Week 5 v Whiteface
13 – Jaren Brooks, Grandfalls-Royalty, 2016, Area v Guthrie
13 – Tyler Durham, Crowell, 2016, Semi-Final v Richland Springs

Single Season:
94 – Jaren Brooks, Grandfalls-Royalty, 2016 (13 games)
91 – Ray Hughes, Paint Creek, 1954 (10 games)
84 – Steven Castro, Whitharral, 2009 (11 games)
81 – Saul Guillen, Three Way, 1985 (12 games)
79 – Davey Daniel, Westbrook, 1997 (12 games)

Career:
161 – Gary Farquhar, Throckmorton, 2009-12
136 – Brett Chudej, Garden City, 2007-10
130 – Mark Williams, Richland Springs, 2005-07
126 – Tyler Durham, Crowell, 2013-16
113 – Trevor Dean, Leverett’s Chapel, 2008-09

Receiving: Receiving Yards
Single Game:

333 – Trevor Dean, Leverett’s Chapel, 2008, v Walnut Springs (12 catches)
305 – Skyler Hayes, Crowell, 2016, v Happy (10 catches)
284 – Frank Banman, Borden County, 2014, v Knox City (9 catches)
269 – Jaren Brooks, Grandfalls-Royalty, 2016, v Sands-Bi-District (11 catches)
265 – Ryan Weidner, Ropes, 2010, v Ira (13 catches)

Single Season:
1,960 – Gary Farquhar, Throckmorton, 2011, (70 catches) (15 games)
1,587 – Gary Farquhar, Throckmorton, 2012 (57)(15 games)
1,579 – Justin Hampton, Paducah, 2004 (66)(12 games)
1,520 – Trevor Dean, Leverett’s Chapel, 2009 (60)(11 games)
1,500 – Lloyd Williams, Strawn, 1988 (49)(12 games)

Career:
4,439 – Gary Farquhar, Throckmorton, 2009-12 (161 catches)
3,093 – Mark Williams, Richland Springs, 2005-07 (130 catches)
2,870 – Trevor Dean, Leverett’s Chapel, 2008-09 (113 catches)
2,763 – Brett Chudej, Garden City, 2007-10 (136 catches)
2,469 – Tyler Durham, Crowell, 2013-16


Receiving: TD Receptions:
Single Game:

7 – Nick Godfrey, Aspermont, 2016, v Rule, week 9
7 – Jaren Brooks, Grandfalls-Royalty, 2016, v Sands, Bi-District
6 – Trevor Dean, Leverett’s Chapel, 2008, v Morgan
5 – Brad Stegall, Three Way, 1983, Week 9 v Wellman
5 – Jeff Lamb, Southland, 1983, Week 9 v Loop
(many more players have 5 TD receptions in a single game)

Single Season:
45 – Jaren Brooks, Grandfalls-Royalty, 2016, 13 games
35 – Justin Hampton, Paducah, 2004 (12 games)
34 – Ray Hughes, Paint Rock, 1954 (10 games)
32 – Gary Farquhar, Throckmorton, 2012 (15 games)
32 – Hayden Farquhar, Throckmorton, 2014 (14 games)

Career:
75 – Gary Farquhar, Throckmorton, 2009-12
70 – Mark Williams, Richland Springs, 2005-07
65 – Brett Chudej, Garden City, 2007-10
54 – Trevor Dean, Leverett’s Chapel, 2008-09
53 – Tyler Durham, Crowell, 2013-16

Passing: Passing Yards:
Single Game:

845 - Harrison Nowak, Strawn, 2014, v Gustine (22-44-1)
554 – Brett Stegall, Three Way, 1985, v Southland (28-38)
545 – Brett Stegall, Three Way, 1985, v Loop (32-50)
531 – Tristen Hayes, Crowell, 2016, v Valley (30-48-2)
519 – Taylor Jackson, Ropes, 2010, v Ira (33-45-2)

Single Season:
3,946 – Tristen Hayes, Crowell, 2016, 13 games
3,752– Brett Stegall, Three Way, 1985 (12 games)
3,724 – Dylan Straley, Lometa, 2011 (12 games)
3,687 – Mike Diaz, Strawn, 1988 (12 games)
3,560 – Jaime Aguilar, Fort Hancock, 1988 (15 games)

Career:
10,681 – Tyler Ethridge, Richland Springs, 2004-07
7,920 – Tanner Woods, Follett, 2002-05
*7,612 – Jamie Humphries, Panther Creek, 1988-90 *missing freshman year(1987). This might include reg season only stats for a season or two.
7,043 – Luis Guerrera, Iredell, 1998-2001
*6,973 – Brett Stegall, Three Way, 1983-85 (*missing 1982 stats)

Passing: TD Passes:
Single Game:

15 – Harrison Nowak, Strawn, 2014, v Gustine
11 – Dylan Straley, Lometa, 2011, Regional v Abbott
10 – Tristen Hayes, Crowell, 2016 v Guthrie
9 – Mitchell Parsley, Crowell, 2014, Semi-Final v Valley
9 – Taylor Jackson, Ropes, 2010, v Ira
9 – Nathan Rice, Buckholts, 2012, Regional v Oakwood
9 – Tristen Hayes, Crowell, 2016, Week 6 v Valley
9 – Jalen Helms, Grandfalls-Royalty, Bi-District v Sands

Single Season:
72 – Dylan Straley, Lometa, 2011, 12 games
70 – Tristen Hayes, Crowell, 2016 (13 games)
68 – Tyler Ethridge, Richland Springs, 2005 (14 games)
57 – Jaime Aguilar, Fort Hancock, 1988 (15 games)
56 – Brett Stegall, Three Way, 1985 (12 games)
56 – Ty Means, Sanderson, 2003 (13 games)

Career:
230 – Tyler Ethridge, Richland Springs, 2004-07
123 – Dayton Eddleman, Sands, 2013-15
122 – Tanner Woods, Follett, 2002-05
122 – Blayne Batla, Garden City, 2008-11
121 – Tristen Hayes, Crowell, 2013-16


Passing: Attempts:
Single Game:

68 – Tristen Hayes, Crowell, 2016, v Richland Springs-Semi-Final
64 – Tristen Hayes, Crowell, 2016, v Happy
55 – Eric Robertson, Abbott, 1985, v Bynum
51 – Daniel Still, Leverett’s Chapel, 2009, Regional v Sidney
50 – Brett Stegall, Three Way, 1985, v Loop

Single Season:
458 – Jeff Hill, Westbrook, 1995, 11 games
393 – Bryan Nichols, Cotton Center, 1995 (10 games)
372 – Tristen Hayes, Crowell, 2016 (13 games)
371 – Brett Stegall, Three Way, 1985 (12 games)
364 – Dylan Straley, Lometa, 2011 (12 games)

Career:
*918 – Jamie Humphries, Panther Creek, 1988-90 (missing 1987 stats)
800 – Luis Guerrera, Iredell, 1998-2001
*793 – Brett Stegall, Three Way, 1983-85 (missing 1982 stats)
774 – Tyler Ethridge, Richland Springs, 2004-07
764 – Tanner Woods, Follett, 2002-05


Passing: Completions:
Single Game:

34 – Jalen Helms, Grandfalls-Royalty, 2016, v Guthrie-Quarter-Finals
33 – Taylor Jackson, Ropes, 2010, v Ira
32 – Brett Stegall, Three Way, 1985, v Loop
32 – Eric Clawson, Brookesmith, 1996, Week 1 v Rochelle
32 – Tristen Hayes, Crowell, 2016, Semi-Final v Richland Springs

Single Season:
277 – Jeff Hill, Westbrook, 1995, 11 games
240 – Brett Stegall, Three Way, 1985 (12 games)
247 – Dylan Straley, Lometa, 2011 (12 games)
227 – Luis Guerrera, Iredell, 2001 (10 games)
216 – Tristen Hayes, Crowell, 2016 (13 games)

Career:
522 – Tyler Ethridge, Richland Springs, 2004-07
517 – Luis Guerrera, Iredell, 1998-2001
481 – Tanner Woods, Follett, 2002-05
*469 – Jamie Humphries, Panther Creek, 1988-90 (missing 1987 stats)
*451 – Brett Stegall, Three Way, 1983-85 (missing 1982 stats)


Total Offense: Yards Gained:
Single Game:

*845 - Harrison Nowak, Strawn, 2014, v Gustine (passing only)
772 – Tony Diaz, Paint Rock, 2010, v Novice (621 rushing, 151 passing)
745 – Brett Stegall, Three Way, 1985, v Southland (554 passing, 191 rushing)
*615 – Andrew Bichsel, White Deer, 2014, v Hart (rushing only)
600 – Joel McGuire, Marathon, 1984, v Balmorhea (400 passing, 200 rushing)
597 – Orlando Bell, Star, 2008, v Panther Creek, Bi-District (568 rushing, 29 passing)

Single Season:
*6,376 – Jamie Humphries, Panther Creek, 1990 (3,247 pass, 3,129 rush,*missing receiving
4,974 – Dalton Mitchum, Rankin, 2012 (3,676 rushing, 1,210 passing, 88 receiving)
*4,500 – Ben McIver, Santa Anna, 2006 (2,304 rushing, 2,196 passing *missing receiving)
*4,350 – Lyle Campbell, Gordon, 1999 (2,437 passing, 1,913 rushing *missing receiving)
4,309 – Tanner Richey, Borden County, 2012 (3,536 rushing, 761 passing, 12 receiving)

Career:
*15,217 – Tyler Ethridge, Richland Springs, 2004-07 (10,681 passing, 4,536 rushing, *missing receiving)
*14,371 – Lance Morris, Ira, 2009-12 (11,866 rushing, 2,505 passing, *missing receiving)
*13,196 – Jamie Humphries, Panther Creek, 1988-90 (*missing 1987 stats & missing rec. stats)
11,786 – Bishop Norman, Zephyr, 2013-16
10,502 – Tanner Richey, Borden County, 2009-12 (6,492 rushing, 3,428 passing, 582 receiving)

Scoring: Total TDs Scored:
Game:
Season:

*90 – DeWayne Miles, Amherst, 1995 (needs checking…maybe 89)
72 – Bryan Griffin, Mozelle, 1983
Career:

Points Scored:
Game:

72 – Tony Diaz, Paint Rock, 2010, v Novice
Season:
*540 – DeWayne Miles, Amherst, 1995 (TDs only)
432 – Bryan Griffin, Mozelle, 1983
Career:

Defense: Interceptions:
Single Game:

6 – Trey Richey, Jayton, 1984, v Marathon, Semi-Finals;
6 – Tony Timmons, Wellman, 1987, v Balmorhea, Bi-District

Single Season:
21 – Tony Timmons, Wellman, 1987
19 – Rudy Raughton, Paint Creek, 1954 (10 games)
17 – Brian Lehrmann, Rule, 1999
17 – Dustin Keefer, Gustine, 2000
17 – Colby White, Northside, 2006

Career:
34 – Bryce Hogue, Throckmorton, 2004-06
26 – Tanner Richey, Borden County, 2009-12
25 – Trey Richey, Jayton, 1984-85
25 – Lyle Campbell, Gordon, 1996-99
24 – Tyler Ethridge, Richland Springs, 2004-07

Longest INT Return:
80 – Manuel Rodriquez, Cherokee, 1973, v Marathon-State
80 – Billy Harris, Blackwell, 1983, v McCaulley
80 – Walker Tippie, Richland Springs, 2016, v Calvert-Quarter-Finals
80 – Trent Padron, Gorman, 2016, v Mt. Calm
79 – Roady Jones, Blum, 2016, v Strawn


Defense: Tackles: (solo & assists combined)
Single Game:

31 – Brandon Lusty, Richland Springs, 1995, v Moran
27 – Sloan Grabbe, Silverton, 1985, Week 1 v Higgins
25 – Tom Snodgrass, Bynum, 1983, v Blum
25 – Robbie Bloom, Oglesby, 1991, v Bosqueville
25 – Jonathon Lindsey, Strawn, 2008, Semi-Final v Abbott
25 – Levi Braddock, Buckholts, 2012, v Tomball Christian

Single Season:
*302 – Jesse Rodriquez, Dawson, 1983 (*reg. season only)
*300 – Scott Gresak, Buckholts, 1983 (*reg. season only)
*257 – Douglas Beckhusen, Buckholts, 1983 (*reg. season only)
257 – Robert Parra, Dell City, 1992, 13 games
245 – Tanner Richey, Borden County, 2011

Career:
660 – Tanner Richey, Borden County, 2009-12
410 – Damian Jackson, Trinidad, 1996-98

PAT Kicks Made:
Single Game:

12/12 – Alex Castillo, Leverett’s Chapel, 2014, v Savoy-Bi-District
12/12 – Jared Martin, Richland Springs, 2016, v Balmorhea-State
11/11 – Easton Edwards, Borden County, 2016, v Happy-Semi-Final
11/12 – Colton McCarley, Happy, 2016, v Crowell
10/10 – Andy Sarmiento, Jonesboro, 2016, v Zephyr
10/10 – Jared Martin, Richland Springs, 2016, v Calvert-Quarter-Final

Longest Field Goal:
47 yards – Ray Walls, Blackwell, 1987, v Ira
43 – Caleb Wrinkle, Rankin, 2012, v Ira-Regional
42 – Scott Gage, Whitharral, 1981, v Mullin-State
40 – Phillip Graf, Brookesmith, 1997, UNKNOWN
37 – Caleb Seegers, Marfa, 2014, v Garden City

Most Field Goals in a Single Game:
2 – Hunter Hammontree, Leverett’s Chapel, 2008 (v Fannindel) (35,37)

Longest Punt Return:
70 – Bryan Griffin, Mozelle, 1983, v Novice
65 – Freddie Cosper, Lueders-Avoca, 1983, v McCaulley

Longest Kick Off Return:
80 – held by many players

Team: Most Points Scored in a Game:
Single Team:

132 – Trent, 2009, Week 6 v Novice (132-86)

Both Teams Combined:
Public School v Private School: 232 – Fort Davis 124 Midland Christian 108, 2011, Week 4
Public School v Public School: 221 – Paint Rock 112 Novice 109, 2010, Week 10

Team Win Streak:
70 – Fort Hancock, 1988-92
*47 – Nueces Canyon, 1955-60 (*47 due to forfeit ending the streak and maybe had 1 tie)
45 – Richland Springs, 2010-2012
40 – Marathon, 1968-71
40 – Jayton, 1984-86

State Championships: Wins:
School:

8 – Richland Springs, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016
5 – Fort Hancock, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991
4 – Borden County 1997, 2008, 2009, 2016
4 – Throckmorton, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2014
3 – Panther Creek, 1992, 1993, 2000

Coach:
8 – Jerry Burkhart, Richland Springs, 2004, 06, 07, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16
4 – Danny Medina, Fort Hancock, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 (he was an assistant on the 1986 team)
3 – Roddy Maddox, Cherokee, 1973, 1975, 1978
3 – Vance Jones, Marathon 1976, Garden City 2009, 2010
3 – Trey Richey, Borden County, 2008, 2009, 2016 (assistant on 1997 team)
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Re: Leman's Record Book

Postby Garrett2810 » Fri Aug 18, 2017 4:00 pm

So are any of these players in the Texas Sports HOF, and if not then why?
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Re: Leman's Record Book

Postby Leman Saunders » Fri Aug 18, 2017 5:07 pm

Dont know for sure but I seriously doubt it... I know there are six-man players in the Big Country Hall of Fame (in Abilene)
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Re: Leman's Record Book

Postby Leman Saunders » Fri Aug 18, 2017 5:14 pm

This list is 100% fluid and can change daily depending on what submissions, discoveries and research yield


Perfect example...I was sent this one today (by 2 people)...another entry added in!

Longest INT Return:
80 – Joe Avila, Richland Springs, 2011, v Brookesmith
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Re: Leman's Record Book

Postby Leman Saunders » Fri Aug 18, 2017 5:17 pm

In "Points Scored" I know Dewayne Miles also kicked some extra points however I do not have every Amherst game complete box score from 1995 so that single season record is in reality higher
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Re: Leman's Record Book

Postby Leman Saunders » Fri Aug 18, 2017 5:25 pm

I attempted to collect "All Purpose Yards" stats but that one is so impossible to collect or even cross check/double check, not to mention I know people mix it up with "Total Yards" so any reporting on All-Purpose yards is questionable...so I have omitted that from what I sent Granger.

I didnt include this category but it is a cool one and one that can no longer be attempted

Longest Blocked PAT Return:
80 – #1 for Amherst, Amherst, 1992 v Whitharral (saw it on film but dont know the guys name)
74 – Kirby Wigington, Gordon, 1990 v Strawn
66 –Andre Anderson, Trinidad, 1990 v Abbott

There are categories I have nothing for that if yall know of anything that falls into them let me know:

Longest Missed FG Return:
Longest Blocked FG Return:
Longest PAT interception Return:
Longest Fumble Return:
Longest Punt:
Most FGs in a season & career
Most PATs in a season & career
Most 100+ yards rushing games in season, career & consecutive
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Re: Leman's Record Book

Postby Leman Saunders » Fri Aug 18, 2017 9:27 pm

Also it is worth noting that this is just public school records
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Re: Leman's Record Book

Postby granger » Fri Aug 18, 2017 9:29 pm

Leman Saunders wrote:In "Points Scored" I know Dewayne Miles also kicked some extra points however I do not have every Amherst game complete box score from 1995 so that single season record is in reality higher


Part of the reason he had to kick PATs is several teammates got in trouble and missed a few games during the regular season...
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Re: Leman's Record Book

Postby 51eleven » Fri Aug 18, 2017 9:58 pm

This is great stuff gentlemen. Thank you. An interesting read for me at least. Some of this used to be on the old Sixman Coaches site but did not make it to the new one the last time I looked for it a year or better ago.
I've been privileged to see a very few of these guys in action and in turn some outstanding performances. It's a team sport but individual accomplishment deserves recognition.
We passed through Amherst on vacation three weeks ago. I had to bore the wife with what I'd read on here and there about Miles still holding records. If memory serves I think I've read he went on to West Texas A&M where he set a few records that were just broken 3-4 years ago. Maybe something about a NFL practice squad or two?
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Re: Leman's Record Book

Postby Leman Saunders » Fri Aug 18, 2017 10:04 pm

51eleven -
A thing to know about the coaches association website...and you may have noticed this...some of their season final statistical leaders files have been corrupted so what is up there now is not what was up there for some of the seasons before the change over...luckily I printed out most of the old pages so I was able to see that it happened! I have alerted their webmaster and they are working on fixing things
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Re: Leman's Record Book

Postby Leman Saunders » Fri Aug 18, 2017 10:04 pm

Hopefully they will get it corrected

Miles was last I heard the career record holder in a few West TX AM rushing categories

I think he tried out with the Detroit Lions if memory serves me
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Re: Leman's Record Book

Postby SixmanInfoFirst » Fri Aug 18, 2017 11:27 pm

Scott O'Kelly - Trent - 33 Made PATs - 1987 Season
65 Made PATs - Career 1984-87
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Re: Leman's Record Book

Postby granger » Sat Aug 19, 2017 9:07 am

Leman Saunders wrote:Hopefully they will get it corrected

Miles was last I heard the career record holder in a few West TX AM rushing categories

I think he tried out with the Detroit Lions if memory serves me


Was on the Vikings and Packers squads for a brief minute and I believe he played some for an NFL Europe team or was on the squad
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Re: Leman's Record Book

Postby 51eleven » Sat Aug 19, 2017 1:21 pm

Curiosity got to me and googling led me to this.

https://issuu.com/wtathletics/docs/foot ... rd_book/71

If you go to full screen and zoom in you'll see as of 2016 he still holds a couple of records. He played all 4 years from 97-00 with over 1,000 yards all but the first(845). His 4359 rushing yards is still the school record by over 800. 5.7 yards per carry is not the record but still outstanding for a 4 year average. His 55 TD's is still the most for rushing or receiving. His 322 points, including one 2P XP is second all time to a kicker.
While maybe a rare exception, proof that a sixman player can excel at least the DII college level.
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Re: Leman's Record Book

Postby Savoy Football » Sat Aug 19, 2017 1:25 pm

Who has highest yards per rush in a game?
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