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Jonathan Gray Breaks All-Time Record But Austin Lake Travis Rolls

Aledo's star running back Jonathan Gray broke the all-time state record for touchdowns scored as he moved his total to 148. His record was overshadowed though as the Cavliers from Austin Lake Travis ran over the Bearcats from Aledo 62-35. The Cavaliers star receiver Griffin Gilbert caught 4 touchdown passes in the game.

For the second year in a row, this was a matchup of 4A defending champions and #1 vs. #2. Last year Aledo won 14-10. Aledo now drops to 1-2 on the season for the first time since 2005. Lake Travis travels to Kerrville Tivy next week while Aledo will go into their bye week before beginning district play at Keller Timber Creek in week #4.

Gray finished with 257 yardson 27 attempts and scored 4 TDs. His career totals are now 938 carries, 7787 yards and 148 Touchdowns.

CAREER -- RUSHING CARRIES
10. 996 – Steve Greene, Littlefield, 1982-1984
11. 968 – Cedric Benson, Midland Lee, 1998-2000
12. 938 - Jonathan Gray, Aledo 2008-present
12. 931 – James Grantham, Llano, 1993-1995
13. 928 – Jamaal Evans, Irving, 2003-2005

CAREER -- RUSHING YARDS
9. 7,819 Nate Jeffery, Caddo Mills, 2006-2009
10. 7,803 Bradley Stephens, McAllen Memorial 2003-2006
11. 7,787 Jonathan Gray, Aledo 2008-present
11. 7,738 Billy Sims, Hooks 1972-1974

CAREER -- TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS
1. 148 - Johnathan Gray, Aledo, 2008-present
2. 146 – Traylon Shead, Cayuga, 2006-2009
T3. 136 – Nathan Jeffrey, Caddo Mills, 2007-2009
T3. 136 - Jacquizz Rodgers, Rosenberg Lamar Consolidated, 2004-2007
5. 128 - Robert Strait, Cuero, 1985-1988
T6. 127 - Kenneth Hall, Sugar Land, 1950-1953
T6. 127 - Cedric Benson, Midland Lee, 1998-2000
8. 115 - Rodney Thomas, Groveton, 1987-1990
9. 114 – Wes Danaher, Corpus Christi Calallen, 1992-1995
10. 112 – Bradley Stephens, McAllen Memorial, 2003-2006

By: Michael Wright
Lone Star Gridiron
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