Lone Star Gridiron

Week 1 — For The Record

LONGEST CURRENT WINNING STREAKS
Wins - Team (District)
48 — Austin Lake Travis (25-4A)
31 — Carthage (16-3A)
17 — Abilene (3-5A)
17 — Goldthwaite (13-1A DI)
16 — Cayuga (8-1A DI)
15 — Euless Trinity (6-5A)
15 — Aledo (5-4A)
13 — Daingerfield (8-2A DI)

ALL-TIME CONSECUTIVE WINS
48 - Austin Lake Travis (4A) 2007-present beat #37 Pflugerville Hendrickson 34-24. They remain in 4th place all-time. Next up in a tie for 2nd place all-time is Abilene (5A), 1954-1957 and Southlake Carroll, 2004-2007 with 49 consecutive wins.

31 — Carthage (3A) 2008-present beat beat #29 Lindale 47-42 to move into a tie for 21st place all-time with Celina 2005-2006, Ennis, (4A) 2000-2002 and Southlake Carroll, (5A) 2002-2003. Next up with 32 consecutive wins is Stephenville,(4A) 1993-94, Groveton, (2A) 1989-90, Katy, (5A) 1997-99 (forfeited 2-wins), Southland Carroll,(3A) 1992-93, and Thorndale, (1A) 1994-95.

ALL-TIME CONSECUTIVE LOSSES
Tied for 7th all-time with 43 losses - San Antonio Memorial 2005-present
#31 on the all-time list has 35 consecutive losses

RECORDS

K Ben Pruitt of The Woodlands Kicked 1 FG vs. Fort Bend Hightower during their 46-39 double overtime victory. He now has 18 career Field Goals. He will need to get to 20 to tie for 37th place all-time.

K Webb Williams of San Antonio clark did not kick any FG's in Clarks 29-33 loss to San Antonio Alamo Heights. He remains at 17 career Field Goals (thanks for the update from Van Williams...Webb also had 5 FG's as a SOPH). He will need to get to 20 to tie for 37th place all-time.

K Juan Carranco of Dayton was idle. He remains at 10 career Field Goals. He will need to get to 20 to tie for 37th place all-time.

WR Trey Metoyer of Whitehouse caught 10 passes for 116 yards in Whitehouse's 42-6 win over Tyler Chapel Hill. He now has 164 career receptions which puts him into 33rd place all-time just ahead of EDDIE MURILLO, Laredo Nixon, (5A) 2003-05, JEREMY MADKINS, Stephenville, (4A) 1999-01 and SHAYNE BOYD, New Deal, (2A) 1985-87 who all had 163 career receptions. Next up with 165 catches is MARK MOLINA, SA Harlandale, (5A) 1999-01 and KEVIN BEIRNE, The Woodlands, (5A) 1989-91. His 116 yards brings him to 2,427 career receiving yards which puts him in 72nd place on the all-time list passing up FRED COLEMAN, Tyler Lee, 1990-92 who had 2,425 career receiving yards. Next up at 2,428 yards is BRANDON AUTRY, Boyd, 1997-99. He remains at 30 career TD receptions which is a tie for 51st place on the all-time list with Marlon McClure, Tenaha, 2006-08, Cade McCrary, Lake Travis, 2007-08, Jermichael Finley, Diboll, 2002-04, Earvin Taylor, Mission, 2000-02, Vincent Marshall, Ennis, 2000-01 and Hector Ganderia, LaJoya, 1972-74. Next up with 31 career TDs's are Andrew Delgado, Lyford, 2007-08, Dan Buckner, Allen, 2005-07, McKay Jacobson, Southlake Carroll, 2003-05, Clint Renfro, Southlake Carroll, 2004-05, David Nelson, Wichita Falls
Rider, 2003-04, Anthony Jenkins, Ennis, 2002-03 andMarlon McClure, Tenaha, 2006-08.

RB/WR Marquis Jackson of Fort Worth Arlington Heights had 3 catches for 98 yards and 1 TD during their 48-20 victory over Azle. He now has 95 career receptions and 1,772 career receiving yards. He will need to get to 115 career receptions to tie for 173rd place and get to 2,001 career receiving yards to tie for 163rd place all-time.

WR M.J. McFarland of El Paso Eldorado caught 5 passes during their 54-7 win over Lubbock Coronado. This gives him 110 career receptions. He will need to get to 115 career receptions to tie for 173rd place all-time.

RB Johnathan Gray of Aledo scored 5 TDs during Aledo's 48-13 victory over Weatherford. He now has 70 career touchdowns which puts him into a tie for 62nd place all-time. He is tied with CASEY KOCIUBA, Liberty Hill, 2003-05, JAMAR WALL, Plainview, 2003-05, EDWARD BRITTON, EP Montwood, 2002-04 and BENNIE JONES, Van, 1993-96. Next up with 72 career touchdowns is ZACCHAEUS FOSTER, Altair Rice, 2006-08, MATTHEW TUCKER, Chapel Hill, 2006-08 and JOSH SMITH, Rogers, 1999-03.

RB Trent Jackson of Cuero scored 1 TDs during their 28-36 loss to Liberty Hill to bring his total to 62 career Touchdowns. He will need to reach 70 to tie for 62nd place all-time.

RB Herschel Sims of Abilene scored 1 TD during Abilene's 35-20 win over Franklinton, La. to bring his total to 57 career Touchdowns. He will need to reach 70 to tie for 62nd place all-time.

RB Malcolm Brown of Cibolo Steele scored 2 TDs during Steele's 24-14 win over Round Rock to bring his total to 54 career Touchdowns. He will need to reach 70 to tie for 62nd place all-time.

QB Stevie Joe Dorman of Somerset went 19 of 33 for 279 yards and 3 Touchdowns during Somerset's 18-34 loss to Rice Consolidated. His 19 completions gives him 403 career completions which puts him into a tie for 80th place on the all-time list with OMAR GARCIA, EP Hanks, 2005-06. His 33 attempts pushes his career total to 678. He will need to get to 934 pass attempts to tie for 16th place all-time. His 279 yards puts his career total to 5,918. He will need to reach 8,212 yards for 16th place all-time. His 3 TDS puts his career total at 60. He will need to get to 85 TD passes for 16th place all-time.

QB Johnny Manziel of Kerrville Tivy broke the state record for passes attempted in a game and is it 10th place all-time with passes completed in a game when he went 41 of 75 for 503 yards and 4 touchdowns during their 39-34 victory over San Antonio Madison. The 75 pass attempts breaks the record of 73 previously held by Koy Detmer of Mission vs. Aldine in 1990. His 41 completions puts him into a tie for 10th all-time with Chance Wallace, Canton vs. Kemp, 2009 and Koy Detmer, Mission vs. Aldine, 1990. His 503 yards was also good enough for 15th place all-time just behind Jake Glover, Fort Worth Brewer vs. Saginaw Boswell, 2008 who passed for 520 yards that night.

QB Jordan Jaquez of Austin High completed 30 of 42 passes for 410 yards and 6 TDs during their wild 66-63 Ovetime victory over Belton. The 30 completions puts him into a tie for 86th place on the all-time list for completions in a game. He is tied with 23 other players.

QB David Ash of Belton went 30 of 41 for 450 yards, and 6 TDs during their 63-66 overtime loss to Austin High. The 30 completions puts him into a tie for 86th place on the all-time list for completions in a game. He is tied with 23 other players.

Austin High and Belton combined for 129 points during Austin High's 66-63 overtime win. This puts them into a tie for 7th place on the all-time list. They are tied with McKinney Boyd 78, McKinney 51 (2009) and Denison 65, McKinney 64 (2008).

QB Chase Burrow of Groesbeck finished 31 for 48 for 359 yards during their 43-40 win over Waco Robinson. The 31 completions puts him into a tie for 66th place on the all-time list for completions in a game. He is tied with 19 other players.

WR Jaxon Shipley of Brownwood had 8 catches for 105 yards and 1 TD during Brownwood's 37-7 win over Graham. He now has 124 career receptions with puts him into a tie for 125th place on the all-time list. He is tied with DEREK EVANS, Cameron, 2004-05, J.C. HUNTER, Baytown Lee, 2000-01 and WAYNE STEVENSON, Honey Grove, 1990-93. Next up with 125 career receptions is CHRIS RHOTEN, Canyon, 2007-08 and JEREMY JONES, Petrolia, 2001-02. The 105 yards brings his career total to 1,896 career receiving yards. Jaxon will then need to get to 2,001 career receiving yards to tie for 163rd place all-time.

QB Ryan Polite of DeSoto was 18 of 30 for 313 yards and 5 TDs during their 49-21 win over Arlington Bowie. The 18 completions gives him 495 for his career. This puts him in 36th place just ahead of SPENCER CHURCH, Canyon, 2007-08 with 490. Next up is JERRY BELL, C.C. Ray, 2006-07 with 502 completions. His 30 attempts gives him 819 for his career. He will need to have 934 pass attempts to tie for 16th place all-time. The 313 yards pushes his career total to 7,122. He will need to reach 8,212 yards for 16th place all-time. The 5 TD's gives him 66 for his career. He will need to get to 85 TD passes for 16th place all-time.

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