Lone Star Gridiron

Week 5 — For the Record

LONGEST CURRENT WINNING STREAKS
Wins - Team (District)
19 — Cayuga (8-1A DI)
19 — Euless Trinity (6-5A)
18 — Aledo (5-4A)

RECORDS

WR Andres Alaniz of Ben Bolt had 15 catches for 315 yards during their 27-21 win over Shiner. The 15 receptions in a game put him in a tie for 35th place all-time with 15 others. The 315 yards is good enough for 8th place all-time. He was just ahead of Ken Smith, Nacogdoches vs. Marshall, 1983 who had 310 yards.

RB Trent Jackson of Cuero tore his ACL last week against Pleasanton and will be out for the year. His touchdown total will remain at 69 career Touchdowns. He will need to reach 70 to tie for 63rd place all-time.

RB Eli Untermeyer of Grape Creek rushed for 505 yards in last weeks win over Alpine instead of the first reported 420 yards. This puts him into 6th place all-time ahed of Devin Thomas, San Antonio Madison vs. San Antonio Reagan, 2006 who rushed for 483 yards.

RB Johnathan Gray of Aledo scored 4 TDs this week during their 62-21 victory over Springtown. He now has 80 career touchdowns which puts him into a tie for 41st place all-time. He is tied with CHARLES FRANKLIN, Haskell, 1968-70. Next up with 82 career touchdowns is STEVE WORSTER, Bridge City, 1964-66.

WR Trey Metoyer of Whitehouse had 7 receptions for 124 yards 2 TDs during their 49-14 victory over Hallsville last week. He now had 195 career receptions which moves him into 18th place all-time. He passed up JARVIS WOODSON, Ennis, (4A) 2001-03 who had 192 catches. Next up with 197 catches is BRADY BROWN, Argyle, (3A) 2006-08. His 2,911 career receiving yards has him in 27th place on the all-time list just ahead of JASON MARTINSON, Birdville, 2004-06 who had 2,900 yards. Next up with 2,912 yards is JUSTIN FENTY, Denton Ryan, 2003-05. His 37 career TD receptions has him in a tie for 28th place on the all-time list with Dez Bryant, Lufkin, 2005-06, Cliff Tucker, El Paso Chapin, 2005-06 and Nati Valdez, Mission, 1986-88. Next up with 38 career TDs's is MATT BARRETT, Valley Consolidated, 1983-86 and Roy Chapman, Temple, 1950-52.

RB Malcolm Brown of Cibolo Steele was idle last week. He remains at 61 career Touchdowns. He will need to reach 70 to tie for 62nd place all-time.

QB Paul Millard of Flower Mound was 30 of 39 for 495 yards and 5 touchdowns vs. Flower Mound Marcus last week. He now has 500 completions for his career which puts him in 36th place on the all-time list just ahead of SPENCER CHURCH, Canyon, 2007-08 who had 490 career completions. Next up with 502 completions is JERRY BELL, Corpus Christi Ray, 2006-07. He also has 772 career pass attempts. He will need to have 934 pass attempts to tie for 16th place all-time. The 30 completions also ties him for 88th place all-time with 24 others for most completions in a game. The 495 yards puts him in 18th place all-time for most passing yards in a game.

RB Herschel Sims was idle last week and remains at 59 career Touchdowns. He will need to reach 70 to tie for 62nd place all-time.

K Webb Williams of San Antonio clark kicked 1 field goal vs. San Antonio Jay last week. He now has 19 career Field Goals. He will need to get to 20 to tie for 37th place all-time.

K Ben Pruitt of The Woodlands was idle last week. He remains at 21 career Field Goals. This puts him into a tie for 35th place all-time with MATTHEW RODRIGUEZ, Ingleside, 2005-07.

QB Ryan Polite of DeSoto was idle last week. He remains at 548 career completions which puts him into a tie for 20th place all-time with Riley Dodge, Southlake Carroll, 2005-07. Next up is RICHARD MORRISON, Royse City, 2006-08 with 549 completions. He also has 905 for his career pass attempts. He will need to have 934 pass attempts to tie for 16th place all-time. He also has 75 career TD passes. He will need to get to 85 TD passes for 16th place all-time.

WR M.J. McFarland of El Paso Eldorado caught 6 passes last week. This gives him 144 career receptions which puts him into a tie for 69th place on the all-time list. He is currently tied with HOWARD MORROW, Keller Fossil Ridge, (5A) 2003-04 and COYLIN GRIMES, Calvert, (1A) 1989-91. Next up with 145 career receptions is NASSER AYYAD, Arlington, (5A) 1992-93, Greg Anderson, Odessa Permian, (5A) 1984-85, BRENT McELFRESH, Stephenville, (4A) 2005-06 and TRE GRAY, Cuero, (3A) 2004-06.

WR Jaxon Shipley of Brownwood had 5 catches for 169 yards and 3 TD's vs. Fort Worth All Saints last week. He now has 141 career receptions with puts him into a tie for 75th place on the all-time list. He is tied with JORDAN GUSH, Richardson Pearce, (4A) 2005-07. Next up with 143 career receptions is JUSTIN FENTY< Denton Ryan,(5A) 2004-05, ERIC WOODRUFF, Rosebud-Lott, (2A) 2001-03 and JARED VILLANUEVA, Roscoe, (1A) 2005-08. The 169 yards brings his career total to 2,266 career receiving yards. This puts him into 101st place on the all-time list ahead of JAY FIELDS, Amarillo Caprock, 1998-00 who had 2,247 yards. Next up with 2,267 yards is DANNY PEREZ, EP Montwood, 2006-07.

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