Lone Star Gridiron

Playoffs Bi-District — For The Record

LONGEST CURRENT WINNING STREAKS
Wins - Team (District)
24 — Euless Trinity (6-5A)
24 — Aledo (5-4A)
Brownwood put up 88 points during their win over Iowa Park to break into the Top 10 in two All-Time Categories

Most points in Playoff Game -- Team
#1 -- Waco 124, Houston Davis 0 -- 1927 (Class 1A, Bi-District)
#2 -- Waco 122, Brady 0 -- 1925 (Class 1A, First Round)
#3 -- Abilene 95, Fort Stockton 0 -- 1923 (Class 1A, Bi-District)
#4 -- Royse City 92, Leonard 0 -- 1938 (Class B, Bi-District)
#5 -- Lancaster 89, Duncanville 0 -- 1941 (Class B, Bi-District)
#T6 -- Brownwood 88, Iowa Park 24 -- 2010 (Class 3A, Bi-District)
#T6 -- Euless Trinity 88, Flower Mound 27 -- 2009 (Class 5A, Bi-District)

Combined Points-Playoff Game: (Team)
T1.  124-Palestine Westwood 65  Diboll 59 (2008)
T1.  124-Port Isabel 63 Rice Consolidated 61 (2003) 4OT
T1.  124-Waco 124  Houston Jeff Davis 0 (1927)
T4.  122-Austin Westlake 80 San Antonio Clark 42 (1994)
T4.  122-Waco 122,  Brady 0 (1925)
T6.  119-Houston Madison 61 North Shore 58 (2001)
T6.  119-Canton 61 Gilmer 58, (2005)
8.   118-Sulphur Springs 69 Dayton 49 (2008)  (Class 4-A, Division II, State Championship)
9.   115-Euless Trinity 88, Flower Mound 27 (2009)
10.  112-Brownwood 88, Iowa Park 24 (2010)

 
WR Trey Metoyer of Whitehouse had 5 receptions for 98 yards and 0 TDs during their win over Royse City. He remains in 3rd place all-time with 243 career receptions Next up with 252 catches is Jordan Shipley, Burnet, 2000-03 and Nati Valdez, Mission, (5A) 1986-88. His 3,644 career receiving yards has him in 8th place on the all-time list.  Next up with 3,726 yards is Nati Valdez, Mission, (5A) 1986-88. He remains at 50 career TD receptions which has him in a tie for 4th place on the all-time list with Brian Christian, Decatur, 2002-04 and Jarvis Woodson, Ennis, 2001-03. Next up with 51 career TDs’s is B.J. Johnson, South Grand Prairie, 1997-99. His season totals are 91 receptions for 1399 yards and 21 TDs. The 91 receptions puts him into a tie for 43rd place all-time with Caleb Jones, Austin High, (5A) 2009, James Cleveland, Baytown Lee, (5A) 2002, DAVID NELSON, Wichita Falls Rider, (4A) 2004 and BRICE BODE, Argyle, (2A) 2005. The 21 TDs keeps him into a tie for 30th place all-time with 17 others.  He will need to reach 1,450 yards on the season to tie for 67th place all-time.

RB Herschel Sims of Abilene did not play during their win over Arlington. He remains at 65 career Touchdowns. He will need to reach 70 to tie for 62nd place all-time.

RB Johnathan Gray of Aledo scored 4 TDs during their win over Fort Worth Wyatt. He now has 108 career touchdowns which puts him into 11th place all-time. He passed up Dick Todd, Crowell, 1931-34 who had 105 career touchdowns. Next up with 110 is Jerrell Wilkerson, SA Clark, 2002-04.  He now has 42 rushing touchdowns this season. This puts him into a tie for 30th place on the all-time list with 8 others.

QB Paul Millard of Flower Mound was 26 of 43 for 302 yards and 2 TDs during their loss to Southlake Carroll. He now has 683 completions for his career which puts him in 8th place on the all-time list ahead of Phillip Daugherty, Bridgeport, 2000-02 who had 680 and Brady Attaway, Whitehouse, 2006-08 who had 677 completions. He also has 1047 career pass attempts. This puts him in 10th place all-time passing up D.J. Check, Clint, 1997-99 (1042), Logan Turner, Springtown/Sulphur Springs, 2004-06 (1033), Jeff Watson, A&M Consolidated, 1990-93 (1027), Tyrik Rollison, Sulphur Springs, 2006-08 (1019) and Steve Clements, Hunstville, 1985-89 (1009). For the season he has 333 completions. This puts him in 2nd place all-time passing up Graham Harrell, Ennis, 2003 (332), Paul Millard, Flower Mound, 2009 (327), Clark Harrell, Ennis, 2005 (323), Jerry Lopez, Laredo Alexander, 2008 (319), Drew Tate, Baytown Lee, 2001 (317), Tyrik Rollison, Sulphur Springs, 2008 (315) and Greg McElroy, Southlake Carroll, 2005 (313).  The all-time leader is Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis, 2007 with 360 completions.  He has 503 pass attempts for the season which places him in 6th place on the all-time list. He passed up Jerry Lopez, Laredo Alexander, 2008 (500), Coleman Bentley, Canadian, 2007 (499), Drew Tate, Baytown Lee, 2001 (496), Kellen Haynes, Crosby, 2003 (489), Spencer Stack, Flower Mound Marcus, 1997 (488), Gary Joe (GJ) Kinne, Canton, 2005 (476) and Patrick Hutka, Rogers, 1997 (474). Garrett Gilbert, Austin Lake Travis, 2007 holds the all-time record with 556 attempts.  He is also at 4491 yards on the season. This puts him into 12th place on the all-time list. He passed up Patrick Hutka, Rogers, 1997 (4477), Scotty Young, Denton Ryan, 2009 (4470), Michael Brewer, Austin Lake Travis, 2009 (4424), Wes Wood, Muleshoe, 2008 (4302), Chris Sanders, Flower Mound Marcus, 1995 (4284), Case McCoy, Graham, 2009 (4261), Gary Joe (GJ) Kinne, Canton, 2005 (4255), Spencer Stack, Flower Mound Marcus, 1997 (4244) and Riley Dodge, Southlake Carroll, 2006 (4237).  He also has 47 TDs on the season. This puts him into a tie for 21st place on the all-time list with Gary Joe (GH) Kinne, Gilmer, 2006, Spencer Stack, FM Marcus, 1997, Stephen McGee, Burnet, 2003 and Colt McCoy, Tuscola Jim Ned, 2004.  The loss ends the season for Flower Mound wrapping up a great career for Paul Millard.

RB Hunter Lee of Flower Mound had 8 receptions during their loss to Southlake Carroll. He now has 104 receptions on the season. This put him in a tie for 15th place all-time with NATI VALDEZ, Mission, (5A) 1987 and FRED ROBINSON, Lake Travis, (4A) 2005.  He passed up Carlos Laurel, Laredo Alexander, (5A) 2007 (102), Corbin McHazlett, La Grange (3A) 2009 (101), Evan Walker, Colleyville Heritage, (5A) 2006 (100), ZACH SCHMITT, Glen Rose, (3A) 2004 (100), McKAY JACOBSON, Southlake Carroll, (5A) 2005 (99), Frank Hernandez, Mission, (5A) 1987 (98), Brandon Wilkerson, La Grange (3A) 2009 (97), Willie Harris, El Paso Austin, (5A) 1992 (97) and JARVIS WOODSON, Ennis, (4A) 2003 (97). The loss ends the season for Flower Mound wrapping up a great season for Hunter Lee.

WR Josh Blake of Flower Mound caught 2 TD passes during their loss to Southlake Carroll.  He now has 18 on the season which puts him into a tie for 84th place on the all-time list with 18 others.  The loss ends the season for Flower Mound wrapping up a great season for Josh Blake.

WR M.J. McFarland of El Paso Eldorado caught 4 passes and scored 0 TDs during their win over El Paso Monterey. He now has 81 receptions on the year. This puts him in a tie for 105th place on the all-time list with 10 others.  He remains at 18 TDs which has him in 83rd place on the all-time list. He also now has 175 career receptions which puts him in 23rd place on the all-time list.  He is just ahead of CHARLIE WILLIAMS, Miles, (1A) 1987-89 who had 173 catches.  Next up with 177 career receptions is BLAKE CANTU, Southlake Carroll, (5A) 2006-07 and ARTIE ELLIS, Spring Westfield, (5A) 1996-98.

RB Malcolm Brown of Cibolo Steele scored 2 TDs during their win over San Antonio Roosevelt. He now has 72 career Touchdowns. This puts him into a tie for 60th place all-time with ZACCHAEUS FOSTER, Altair Rice, 2006-08, MATTHEW TUCKER, Chapel Hill, 2006-08 and JOSH SMITH, Rogers, 1999-03.  Next up with 73 TDs is JOE GILLARD, Quinlan Boles, 2006-08 and JERMIE CALHOUN, Van, 2004-07. 

K Ben Pruitt of The Woodlands did not kick any FGs during their loss to Klein Oak.  He remains at 23 career Field Goals. This puts him into a tie for 28th place all-time with VEDRAN CERIC, FW Southwest, 2005-07, BEN PARKS, Argyle, 2005-07 and DAVID SANCHEZ, Rio Grande City, 1976-77. With the loss this will end the season for Ben Pruitt.

K Michael Shroble of Klein Oak kicked 1 FG during their win over The Woodlands. He now has 15 for the season which ties him for 19th place all-time with 16 others.

QB Nick Foster of Frisco Centenial completed 17 pass during their loss to Dallas Highland Park.  This brings his season total to 236 which puts him into 85th place all-time just ahead of Graham Harrell, Ennis, 2001 and Kirk Saul, Valley Consolidated, 1986 who had 235.  With the loss this ends the season for Nick Foster.

QB Brian Swain of Laredo Alexander completed 23 passes during their win over McAllen Rowe. This brings his season total to 218. He will needs to get to 220 for 114th place.

WR Heath Harris of West had 10 catches and scored 1 TD during their loss to Bridgeport. He now has 92 receptions on the season. This puts him into a tie for 42nd place all-time with Jacob Garcia, El Paso Riverside, (5A) 2009, Sam Dibrell, San Antonio Alamo Heights, (4A) 2006 and Chase Meier, Comfort, (2A) 2005. He also now has 18 TDs for the season. He is now tied for 84th place all-time with 18 others.  With the loss this ends the season for Heath Harris.

QB Mac Morse of Richardson Pearce completed 14 passes during their loss to Frisco Liberty.  This will bring his season total to 263.  This will put him into 41st place all-time just ahead of Luke Woodley, Highland Park, 2008 and Lupe Rodriguez, Mission, 1987 who had 262.  With the loss this ends the season for Mac Morse.

WR Blake Durant of Richardson Pearce caught 6 passes during their loss to Frisco Liberty.  He now has 83 receptions on the year which puts him into a tie for 88th place all-time with 9 others.  With the loss this ends the season for Blake Durant.

K Jake Higgs of Andrews made 1 FG during their win over Clint Mountain View. This will bring his total to 16 FGs on the season. This now ties him for 10th place all-time with 8 others.

K Troy Hunt of Godley had a bye last week.  He remains at 72 XPs on the season. He will need to get to 75 for 21st place all-time.

WR Nolberto Solis of El Paso Horizon had 169 receiving yards and 2 TDs during their win over El Paso Bowie. This brings his total to 1472. This puts him into 59th place on the all-time list just ahead of Percy Waddell, Columbus, (3A) 1984 who had 1471.  Next up at 1473 is JOSEPH KREBS, Bridgeport, (3A) 2002. His 2 TDs catches gives him 15 for the year. He needs 1 more to tie for 123rd place.

K Jeff Johnson of Katy kicked 5 XPs during their win over Houston Bellaire.  That gives him 75 XPs on the season which ties him for 21st place all-time with 5 others. Next up with 76 is JASON FERNANDEZ, Southlake Carroll, 1990. 

WR Keyarris Garrett of Daingerfield had a bye this week.  He remains at 17 TDs receiving on the season.  He is tied for 106th place all-time with 24 others.

WR Andres Alaniz of Ben Bolt had a bye last week.  He remains at 80 receptions on the season which puts him into a tie for 115th place all-time with 9 others.  He also stays at 1629 yards which puts him into 28th place all-time ahead of NATI VALDEZ, Mission, (5A) 1987 who had 1,612 yards. Next up with 1,634 is DAVID NELSON, Wichita Falls Rider, (4A) 2004.  He also has 18 TDs receiving on the season which is good enough for puts him in 84th place on the all-time list with 19 others.

WR Jaxon Shipley of Brownwood had 3 catches for 144 yards during their win over Iowa Park.  He now has 166 career receptions which puts him in 33rd place on the all-time list just ahead of MARK MOLINA, SA Harlandale, (5A) 1999-01 and KEVIN BEIRNE, The Woodlands, (5A) 1989-91 who had 165.  Next up with 168 career receptions is ANTHONY DELGADO, Lyford, (3A) 2007-08, and JUSTIN McGIBBON, China Spring, (3A) 1998-01.  He also has 2,895 career receiving yards.  This puts him into 30th place on the all-time list just ahead of HART LEE DYKES, Bay City, 1982-84 who had 2862 yards.  Next up with 2897 yards is CAM HOLSON, Jim Ned, 2002-04.  He now has 22 TD receptions on the season which puts him into a tie for 26th place all-time with 8 others.

WR Daniel Spencer of Grandview now has 17 receiving TDs on the season.  He is tied for 106th place all-time with 24 others.

QB Rey Rodriquez of Corpus Christi Ray finishes his season with 222 completions.  This puts him into a tie for 117th place all-time with Danny Madrigal, Laredo Nixon, 2004. 

QB Hunter Taylor of Whitehouse now has 236 completions for 3481 yards and 43 TDs on the season.  The 236 completions puts him into 82nd place just ahead of Graham Harrell, Ennis, 2001 and Kirk Saul, Valley Consolidated, 1986 who had 235.  Next up at 237 is Phillip Miller, Clear Springs, 2009, Kolton Browning, Mabank, 2008 and Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis, 2006.   He will need to reach 4,051 yards for 25th place on the all-time yardage list and reach 47 TDs for 21st place. 

QB Josh Huerta of El Paso El Dorado has completed 236 passes so far this season.  The 236 completions puts him into 82nd place just ahead of Graham Harrell, Ennis, 2001 and Kirk Saul, Valley Consolidated, 1986 who had 235.  Next up at 237 is Phillip Miller, Clear Springs, 2009, Kolton Browning, Mabank, 2008 and Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis, 2006.

QB Gerardo Ruiz of Amarillo Caprock his season with 224 completions.  This puts him into a tie for 108th place all-time with Brandon Robinson, Canadian, 2008, Brock Sherwood, Panhandle, 2003 and Shawn Bell, China Spring, 2001.  Next up with 225 is Alex Clendening, Pampa, 2008 and Todd Reesing, Lake Travis, 2005.

RB David Mora of Mason had 299 yards rushing during their win over Bracketville Brackett.  This gives him 2842 yards on the season.  He will need to reach 2952 to tie for 23rd place on the all-time list.  He also has 384 carries on the season.  He will need to reach 402 for 11th place all-time.

WR Jonathan Aldridge of Whitehouse has 68 receptions and 17 TDs on the season.  He will need to reach 70 receptions to make the all-time list.  His 17 TDs ties him for 106th place all-time with 24 others.

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