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Two Young QB’s Are Throwing Their Way Into History

There are two young QBs that pose a threat to break the Single-Season Passing TD record.   Denton Ryan’s Scotty Young and Muleshoe’s Wes Wood are both sitting at 48 TD passes with 1 week to go in the regular season and the playoffs coming up.

Both Muleshoe and Denton Ryan will be in the playoffs so it will depend on how far they go as to whether the record will be broken.   Young and Wood have both played 9 games this year
and Graham Harrell hold the record when he threw for 67 TDs in 2003 which took him 15 games.  Young is also just a Junior.

Young is 198-304 3,146 yrds  48 TD's and only 7 INTs

Wood is 180-274 3,081 yrds 48 TD's and only 6 INTs

Single-Season Passing TDs
67-Graham Harrell, Ennis, 2003
56-Greg McElroy, Southlake Carroll, 2005
54-Riley Dodge, Southlake Carroll, 2006
54-Kirk Saul, Turkey Valley, 1986
54-Chase Wasson, Southlake Carroll, 2002
53-Graham Harrell, Ennis, 2001
52-Patrick Hutka, Rogers, 1997
50-Colt McCoy, Tuscola Jim Ned, 2003
50-Chase Daniel, Southlake Carroll, 2004
50-Lupe Rodriguez, Mission, 1987
48-Chandler Dane, Decatur, 2004
48-Scotty Young, 2008
48-Wes Wood, 2008
49-Kelan Luker, Stephenville, 1998
47-Spencer Stack, FM Marcus, 1997
47-Stephen McGee, Burnet, 2003
47-Colt McCoy, Tuscola Jim Ned, 2004

A big Lone Star Gridiron salute goes to Richard Cutwright for bringing this to our attention.  Thanks Richard!!

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