Lone Star Gridiron

Playoffs 6th Week — All-Time Coaching Wins Changes and For The Record

ALL TIME COACHING WINS RANKINGS CHANGES

 Euless Trinity Head Coach Steve Lineweaver won his 214th all-time game last week. This puts him in 50th place all-time moving ahead of Weldon Nelms Wimberley (2002-present) and Mike Hendrick Franklin.

Idalou Head Coach Johnny Taylor won his 187th all-time game last week. This puts him in 102nd 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, Ron Mills Bay City 187-122-9, Charlie Williams PSJA 186-56-15 and Aubrey Roberts Clifton 186-59-15.

Aledo Head Coach Tim Buchanan won his 186th all-time game last week. This puts him in 108th place all-time moving ahead of Charlie Williams PSJA 186-56-15, Aubrey Roberts Clifton 186-59-15, Les Johnson Bastrop 186-153-5 and Bill Barron Alief Elsik (1996-present).

Denton Ryan Head Coach Joey Florence won his 177th all-time game last week. This puts him in 138th place all-time moving ahead of Kelly Shull Dilley (1984-present), Terry Morris Corpus Christi Carroll (1997-present), Emory Bernard 177, C.K. Burns Crawford (1946-1969 (177-59-10)) 177-59-10 and James Odom Lubbock Monterey (1964-1985 (153-73-8)) 177.

Windthorst Head Coach Bill Green won his 168th all-time game last week. This puts him in 163rd place all-time moving ahead of Joel Edwards 168, Rick Hulett 168 and Robert Murphy Crawford (1990-2006 168-40-2)) 168-40-2.

<strong>FOR THE RECORD</strong>

La Marque moves into 2nd place all-time with most championship game appearances with 10.

All-Time Championship Games -- Also records
Converse Judson (11) 6-5
Odessa Permian (11) 5-5-1
Celina (10) 7-2-1
Katy (10) 6-4
Wichita Falls (10) 6-4
Waco (10) 5-4-1
Cuero (10) 3-7
La Marque (9) 5-4

LONGEST CURRENT WINNING STREAKS
Wins - Team (District)
28 — Euless Trinity (6-5A)
28 — Aledo (5-4A)

The 28 consecutive wins by Euless Trinity and Aledo ties them for 41st place on the all-time list.  They are tied with Southland Carroll, (3A) 1988-89 and Alto, 2006-2007. Next up with 29 wins is 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.

Refugio finished the season with 786 points scored.  This ranks them 5th all-time.

Most Points Scored -- Season including playoffs (Team)
1. 824-Big Sandy, 1975 (14)
2. 803-Southlake Carroll, 1992 (16)
3. 801-Thorndale, 1994 (16)
4. 789-Mart, 1999 (15)
5. 786-Refugio, 2010 (14)
6. 784-Waco, 1927 (14)
7. 782-Gilmer, 2009 (15)
8. 770-Calallen, 1995 (15)
9. 767-Bushland, 2009 (16)
10.761-Austin Lake Travis , 2009 (16)
11.754-Houston Madison, 2001 (15)
Refugio also takes over for most playoff victories with 90.  2nd place is Plano with 88. 

RB Johnathan Gray of Aledo scored 2 TDs during their win over Mesquite Poteet.  He also now has 2898 yards. His 128 career touchdowns passes up Kenneth Hall, Sugar Land, 1950-53 and Cedric Benson, Midland Lee, 1998-2000 who each had 127.  He is now tied with Robert Strait, Cuero, 1985-88  for 4th place all-time.  Next up with 136 is Nathan Jeffrey, Caddo Mills, 2007-09 and Jacquizz Rodgers, Lamar Consolidated, 2004-07.  He also has 51 rushing touchdowns this season ahead of his 2009 season which puts him into a tie for 7th place with Cedric Benson, Midland Lee, 1999 and Bert Gravitt, Denver City, 1960. Next up with 52 is Traylon Shead, Cayuga, 2008.  He will need to get to 2,952 yards for 24th place all-time rushing.

RB Malcolm Brown of Cibolo Steele scored 3 TDs during their win over Houston Memorial. He now has 80 career Touchdowns.  This puts him into a tie for 41st place all-time with CHARLES FRANKLIN, Haskell, 1968-70.  Next up is STEVE WORSTER, Bridge City, 1964-66 who had 82.

WR Jaxon Shipley of Brownwood had had 12 catches for 153 yards and 1 TD during their loss to Carthage.  He now has 196 career receptions which puts him in 18th place on the all-time list just ahead of JARVIS WOODSON, Ennis, (4A) 2001-03 who had 192.  He also has 3,349 career receiving yards.  This puts him into 13th place on the all-time list just ahead of DONTE HAWKINS, Rund Rock, 1992-94 who had 3,228 yards. He now has 27 TD receptions on the season which puts him into a tie for 5th place all-time with Frank Hernandez, Mission, 1987.  With the loss, that ends the career for Jaxon.

WR Keyarris Garrett of Daingerfield caught 2 TD passes during their win over Littlefield.  He now has 23 TDs receiving on the season where he is tied for 19th place all-time with Bud Sasser, Denton Ryan, 2009, Mike Davis, Dallas Skyline, 2009, Clint Renfro, Southlake Carroll, 2004, Sam Hurd, San Antonio Brackenridge, 2001, OMARIUS HINES, Corsicana, 2006, ANDREW HANSEN, Southlake Carroll, 2002, Noel Morales, Lamesa, 1999 and Scottie Jones, Houston Elmore, 1969.  Next up with 24 TDs is CADE McCRARY, Lake Travis, 2008, BUD SASSER, Denton Ryan, 2008, Philip Beck, Crosby, 2003 and Brian Christian, Decatur, 2004.

QB Pete Maetzold of Friendswood completed 16 passes for 168 yards during their loss to Austin Lake Travis.  He now has 278 completions on the year.  This puts him into a tie for 27th place all-time with Wes Wood, Muleshoe, 2008 and Blake Szymanski, Wichita Falls Rider, 2004.  He ends his season with 3,711 yards on the season.  He needed to get to 4,051 for 25th place all-time. With the loss, that ends the career for Pete.

WR Justin Velasquez of Mesquite Poteet caught 2 passes during their loss to Aledo.  He now has 86 receptions on the year.   This puts him into a tie for 65th place with LANCE QUIGLEY, Lubbock Coronado, (5A) 2007, TREY CRAIN, C.C. Ray, (5A) 2005,  CHARLES WEST, Killeen, (5A) 1991, RICHARD OSBORNE, San Antonio Lee, (5A) 1971, FRED ROBINSON, Lake Travis, (4A) 2004, Brian Christian, Decatur, (3A) 2003, DUSTIN McLEOD, Mason, (2A) 2001 and Aaron Raymond, Sunray, (1A) 2004.  With the loss, that ends the career for Justin.

QB Beau Nowell of Mesquite Poteet completed 20 passes during their loss to Aledo.  This brings his season total to 240 completions on the season. This puts him into a tie for 75th place all-time with Dominic Scott, Alpine, 2009.  With the loss, that ends the career for Beau.

QB Braden Hudson of Canadian completed 12 passes during their loss to Mart.  He now has 232 completions on the season. This puts him into a tie for 90th place all-time with Kelen Luker, Stephenville, 1998. With the loss, that ends the career for Braden.

RB Dustin Garrison of Pearland ran for 4 TDs during their win over San Antonio Stevens.   He now has 43 rushing TDs on the season.  This puts him into a tie for 24th place all-time with KENDIAL LAWRENCE, Rockwall Heath, 2008, DWIGHT SMITH, Carthage, 2008, STEPFAN TAYLOR, Mansfield, 2008, TAJH REDWINE, Farmersville, 2007, JOHN AUSTIN EMMONS, SA Marshall, 1999, RODNEY THOMAS, Groveton, 1989 and GLENN LIPPMAN, El Campo, 1947.  Next up with 44 is RYAN LAWHORN, Liberty Hill, 2004, DERRICK RICHARDSON, Vernon, 1990 and RANDY SIMMONS, McKinney, 1986.

WR Jalen Claiborne of Carthage had 3 catches during their win over Brownwood.  He now has 97 receptions on the season.  This puts him into a tie for 24th place all-time with Brandon Wilkerson, La Grange (3A) 2009, Willie Harris, El Paso Austin, (5A) 1992 and JARVIS WOODSON, Ennis, (4A) 2003.  Next up with 98 is Frank Hernandez, Mission, (5A) 1987.

RB/WR Marquis Jackson of Fort Worth Arlington Heights ended his season with 43 receptions for 1,181 yards.  He has 135 career receptions and 2,855 career receiving yards. His 135 career receptions puts him into a tie for 90th place all-time with Richard Osborne, SA Lee,  (5A) 1969-71, ALPHONSE COLEMAN, Frisco, (4A) 2006-08, JAY FIELDS, Amarillo Caprock, (4A) 1998-00,  CHANCE McCOY, Graham, (3A) 2005-06 and DONNY KING, Amarillo River Road, (3A) 1993-94.  His 2,855 career receiving yards puts him into 31st place all-time ahead of BRENT McELFRESH, Stephenville, 2004-06 who had 2,849.

QB Ryan Polite of DeSoto ended his season with 284 completions on 416 attempts for 4,095 yards and 37 TDs.  His season total of 4,095 yards puts him into 25th place ahead of his 4,051 yards he had in 2009.  The 284 completions puts him into a tie for 24th place all-time with Jake Glover, Fort Worth Brewer, 2009 and Riley Dodge, Southlake Carroll, 2006.  His career totals are 735 completions on 1168 passes for 10,683 yards and 94 TDs. The 735 completions is good enough for 5th place all-time ahead of Case McCoy, Graham, 2006-09 who had 708.  His 1,168 passing attempts puts him into a tie for 8th place all-time with Ryan Mossakowski, Frisco Centennial, 2006-08.  His 10,683 puts him into 5th place all-time ahead of Phillip Daugherty, Bridgeport, 2000-02 who had 10,136 yards.  The 94 TDs puts him into a tie for 12th place all-time with Matthew Stafford, Highland Park, 2003-05 and Chavis McCollister, Tenaha, 1996-98.

QB Cole Deberry of Huffman-Hargrave finished the season with 230 completions.  This puts him into a tie for 91st place with Riley Dodge, Southlake Carroll, 2007 and Zach Stewart, Abilene Cooper, 2006. 

QB Jack Rhoades of Cameron Yoe now has 219 completions and 46 TDs.  He will need to get to 220 completions to tie for 117th place all-time.   He will need only 1 more TD to tie for 21st place all-time.

QB Anthony Morgan of Carthage now has 222 completions.  This puts him into a tie for 109th place all-time with Danny Madrigal, Laredo Nixon, 2004.

WR Dalton Stogner of Dallas Highland Park finished his season with 16 TDs.  This puts him into a tie for 126th place with 34 others.

WR Nathan James of Sherman finished his season with 16 TDs.  This puts him into a tie for 126th place with 34 others.

WR Trent Termin of Canton finished his season with 72 receptions.  This put him into a tie for 196th place all-time with JEFF BECK, Sulphur Springs, 2007, CKODY BURTON, Gonzales, 2007, BART HENDERSON, Whitehouse, 2007, BRYCE VERNON, Round Rock Westwood, 2006, SKYLAR ALLBRITTON, Keller, 2004, CLINT RENFRO, Southlake Caroll, 2004, KENDALL WRIGHT, Sulphur Springs, 2003,  COLIN BADO, McKinney North, 2002, JUSTIN MacGIBBON, China Spring, 2001, RENE GARZA, PSJA Memorial, 2000 and MATT GALLIP, Schulenburg, 2000.

WR Cody Mallory of Boerne Champion finished his season with 16 TDs.  This puts him into a tie for 126th place with 34 others.

WR Decrick Westbrook of Cameron Yoe has 69 receptions and 16 TDs.  The 16 TDS puts him into a tie for 126th place with 34 others.  He will need to reach 70 receptions to tie for 230th place all-time.

K Cristian Padron of Refugio kicked 3 XP's during their loss to Lexington.  This gave him 100 extra points, breaking the previous state mark of 98 set by Southlake Carroll's Kevin Ortega in 2004.

WR DeAndre Taylor of Brownsboro finished the season with 81 catches and 18 TDs.  The 81 receptions put him into a tie for 104th place all-time with KRIS LOTT, Plano, 2008, JASON BIRD, Lake Travis, 2006, MARCO GUTIERREZ, Laredo Cigarroa, 2006, JOSH MARSHALL, Arlington Martin, 2005, MANUEL JOHNSON, Gilmer, 2003, TRE SELLARI, Southlake Carroll, 2002, EARVIN TAYLOR, Mission, 2002, JOHNNY QUINN, McKinney, 2001, EFRAIN PONCE, El Paso Bowie, 1992 and Jeremy Robinson, Palmer, 1991.  The 18 TDS puts him into a tie for 85th place all-time with 18 others.

WR Evante Lacy of Grand Prairie *Jr  finished the season with 95 catches.  This puts him into a tie for 30th place all-time with JOSH RILEY, Sulphur Springs, (4A) 2005, JORDAN SHIPLEY, Burnet, (3A) 2003, JOSEPH KREBS, Bridgeport, (3A) 2001 and ADRIAN HACKNEY, Alto, (2A) 1997.

WR Jake Oliver of Dallas Jesuit *Soph. finished the season with 85 catches.  This puts him into a tie for 76th place all-time with Antonio Anderson, Denton Ryan, 2009, Brian Christian, Decatur, 2004, DERRICK JONES, Wylie, 2002 and DON LEE, Perrin-Whitt, 2001.

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