Lone Star Gridiron

FINAL — All-Time Coaching Wins Changes and For The Record

ALL TIME COACHING WINS RANKINGS CHANGES

Idalou Head Coach Johnny Taylor won his 188th all-time game last week. This puts him in 100th place all-time moving ahead of Dale Keeling (Everman 1998-present) and A.D. Shaver Seagraves 188-133-4.

Aledo Head Coach Tim Buchanan won his 187th all-time game last week. This puts him in 103rd place all-time moving ahead of Raymond E. Mattingly Bowie 187-70-11. David Hussman Schulenburg 187-73-1, Ken Davis Wills Point 187-86-7, William E. (Willie) Roten Italy 187-94-11 and Ron Mills Bay City 187-122-9.

FOR THE RECORD

Aledo (5-4A) has the current LONGEST WINNING STREAK with 29 games. They are tied for 31st place all-time with Albany, (2A) 1960-61, Denison,(4A) 1984-85, Plano, 1986-88 (5A), Lubbock, 1951-53 (5A), Commerce,(3A) 1999-2000, Daingerfield,(3A) 1985-86, Daingerfield,(3A) 1983-84, - Iowa Park,(3A) 1969-70 and Bremond, (1A) 1981-82.. Next up with 30 wins is Stratford, (1A) 2000-2001, Munday, (1A) 1984-85, Melvin, (1A) 1951-53, Waxahachie,(4A) 1992-93, Mart, (2A) 1999-2000 and Taylor, 1942-44.

Aledo scored 69 points during their win over La Marque in the 4A Division II Championship game. This ties the record for the most points in a championship game. They tied Sulphur Springs who defeated Dayton 69-49 in the 2008 Class 4-A Division II Championship game.

Their combined score of 103 points also ties them for 19th place all-time for points scored in a playoff game.

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)
11. 108-Stephenville 63 FW Western Hills 45 (2002)
T12. 107-Burnet 70 Wharton 37 (2003)
T12. 107-Abilene Cooper 81 El Paso Eastwood 26 (1994)
14. 106-Houston Lamar 57 PA Memorial 49 (2004)
T15. 105-Wichita Falls Rider 63 Stephenville 42 (2004)
T15. 105-Rosebud-Lott 60 Groveton 45 (2002)
T17. 104-Falls City 70 Woodsboro 34 (2003)
T17. 104-Comfort 76 Lexington 28 (2002)
T19. 103-Aledo 69, La Marque 34 (2010) (Class 4-A, Division II, State Championship)
T19. 103-San Antonio Lee 55 Breckenridge 48 (1963)
T19. 103-Refugio 55 Alvin 48 (1968)
T19. 103-Highland Park 62 Greenville 41 (2001)
T23. 102-Manvel 56, Port Neches-Groves 46 (2010)
T23. 102-Iola 66 Agua Dulce 36 (1994)

Austin Lake Travis now has 24 consecutive playoff victories. This ties them with Sealy 1994-1997. They are 1 short of the record of 25 held by Celina 1998-2002.

They also won their 4th consecutive state championship. Only 2 other schools have ever done this (Sealy 1994-1997 and Celina (1998-2001).

The 5A Division I Championship game between Pearland and Euless Trinity had 43,321 in attendance. This ranks 5th all-time.

Pearland has now been a participant in 2 games of 40,000 + in attendance this season.

The 5A Divisioon II Championship game between Cibolo Steele and Denton Guyer had 37,744 in attendance. This ranks 14th all-time.

ALL-TIME HIGHEST ATTENDANCE
Attendance Game Site Year
49,953 Plano vs. Port Neches-Groves Texas Stadium 1977
46,339 Southlake Carroll vs. Euless Trinity Texas Stadium 2006
45,790 Highland Park vs. Waco Cotton Bowl 1945
45,000 Houston Washington vs. Galveston Rice Stadium Houston 1968
43,321 Pearland vs. Euless Trinity Cowboy Stadium, Arlington 2010
45,000 Dallas Adams vs. Richardson Cotton Bowl 1967
41,368 Katy vs. Pearland, Rice Stadium, Houston 2010
40,000 Euless Trinity vs. Allen Cowboy Stadium, Arlington 2010
39,102 Garland vs. Katy Astrodome 1999
39,102 Stephenville vs. Port Neches-Groves Astrodome 1999
38,570 Port Neches-Groves vs. Houston Kashmere Astrodome 1977
38,374 Plano vs. Highland Park Texas Stadium 1980
38,000 Odessa vs. San Antonio Jefferson Austin Memorial Stadium 1946
37,744 Cibolo Steele vs. Denton Guyer Cowboy Stadium, Arlington 2010
36,000 Fort Bend Willowridge vs. Houston Yates Rice Stadium 1988

RB Johnathan Gray of Aledo scored 8 TDs and ran for 325 yards during their championship victory over La Marque. The 8 TDs give him 136 career touchdowns passing up Robert Strait, Cuero, 1985-88 who was in 4th place all-time with 128 TDs. He is now tied with Nathan Jeffrey, Caddo Mills, 2007-09 and Jacquizz Rodgers, Lamar Consolidated, 2004-07 for 2nd place all-time (Remember Gray is just a JR). The all-time TD leader is Traylon Shead, Cayuga, 2006-09 who has 146. He also finishes with 59 rushing touchdowns this season. This breaks the all-time record of 57 rushing TDs in a season by Kenneth Hall, Sugar Land, 1953. The 8 TDS also breaks the record for the most TDS scored by a player in a championship game. It also ranks him 20th all-time for most points scored in a game with 48. He also finishes with 354 points on the seaons. This puts him in 4th place all-time behind Kenneth Hall, Sugar Land, 1953 (395), Robert Strait, Cuero, 1987 (372) and David Overstreet, Big Sandy, 1975 (362). His career total for points scored is 816 which ties him for 5th place all-time with Jacquizz Rodgers, Lamar Consolidated, 2004-07. He also finishes the season with 3,223 yards. This places him 14th all-time ahead of Sam McGuffie, Houston Cypress Fairbanks 2006 who had 3,212 yards. For his career he has 7,005 yards rushing. This puts him in 22nd place ahead of Chris Whaley, Madisonville, 2005-08 (6,974) and Byron "Bam" Morris, Cooper 1986-89 (6,970). Also he has 868 career rushing attempts. He only needs 100 more to to reach 10th place all-time and 266 more for 1st place all-time. The all-time leader in rushing attempts is JACQUIZZ RODGERS, Lamar Consolidated, 2004-07 with 1,134.

SINGLE SEASON - MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
1. 57 - Kenneth Hall, Sugar Land, 1953
T2. 56 - Willie Mack Garza, Refugio, 1987
T2. 56 - David Overstreet, Big Sandy, 1975
4. 54 - Robert Strait, Cuero, 1987
5. 53 - Dick Todd, Crowell, 1934
6. 52 – Traylon Shead, Cayuga, 2008
T7. 51 - Cedric Benson, Midland Lee, 1999
T7. 51 - Bert Gravitt, Denver City, 1960
9. 50 - Johnathan Gray, Aledo, 2009

RB Malcolm Brown of Cibolo Steele scored 3 TDs during their championship victory over Denton Guyer. He now has 83 career Touchdowns. This puts him into a tie for 40th place all-time with BUBBA GREELY, Tomball, 1982-85.

WR Keyarris Garrett of Daingerfield caught 2 TD passes during their championship victory over Cameron Yoe. He now has 25 TDs receiving on the season where he is tied for 11th place all-time with Brandon Wilkerson, La Grange, 2009, Jason Bird, Lake Travis, 2007, FRED ROBINSON, Lake Travis, 2005 and Cody Cardwell, Stephenville, 1998.

RB Dustin Garrison of Pearland ran for 3 TDs during their championship victory over Euless Trinity. He now has 46 rushing TDs on the season. This puts him into a tie for 17th place all-time with Cedric Benson, Midland Lee, 2000 and Warren McVea, SA Brackenridge, 1963.

QB Anthony Morgan of Carthage completed 17 passes during their championship victory over Coldspring-Oakhurst. He now has 239 completions. This puts him into a tie for 76th place all-time with Ryan Heslep, Abilene Cooper, 2009 and Taylor Potts, Abilene, 2005.

WR Jalen Claiborne of Carthage had 6 catches during their championship victory over Coldspring-Oakhurst. He now has 104 receptions on the season. This puts him into 15th place all-time with NATI VALDEZ, Mission, (5A) 1987 and FRED ROBINSON, Lake Travis, (4A) 2005. He also finishes with 1,571 yards receiving on the season which is good enough for 35th place all-time ahead of BRENT McELFRESH, Stephenville, (4A) 2005 who had 1,564 yards.

WR Trent Termin of Canton finished finishes with 240 for his career. This puts him into 4th place all-time behind Jordan Shipley, Burnet, 2000-03 (264), Trey Metoyer,Whitehouse (4A) 2008-2010 (256) and Nati Valdez, Mission, (5A) 1986-88 (252).

WR Daniel Spencer of Grandview finished his season with 18 receiving TDs on the season. He is tied for 85th place all-time with 18 others.

WR Griffin Gilbert of Austin Lake Travis finished his season with 70 receptions on the season. This ties him for 235th place all-time with 15 others.

K Fransisco Monreal of Carthage finished his season with 81 XP's on the season. This ties him for 13th place all-time with CHRIS COPELAND, Ennis, 2002 and CHRIS COPELAND, Ennis, 2001.

K Granger McCollough of Cedar Park finished his season with 77 XP's on the season. This ties him for 21st place all-time with TAYLOR WILKINS, LaMarque, 2003, JASON FERNANDEZ, Southlake Carroll, 1988 and FRANK UPTON, Refugio, 1987

K Kory Leis of Round Rock Stony Point finished his season with 75 XP's on the season. This ties him for 26th place all-time with CADE FOSTER, Southlake Carroll, 2007, SHAWN FULWILDER, Crawford, 2004, JARROD MARTIN, Celina, 1995, CHARLIE ROBINSON,
Alto, 1995 and SHANE WELLS, Odessa Permian, 1991.

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