Lone Star Gridiron

For The Record – Part 2 of 3

Ingleside 74, Robstown 6
Ingleside wide receiver David McHugh caught 8 passes for 263 yards and scored 3 TDs. He now has 2,579 career receiving yards.

GAME — RECEIVING YARDS
T43. 264 – Phillip Burley, Scurry-Rosser vs. Blooming Grove, 2005
T43. 264 – Alex Torres, El Paso Franklin vs. Midland, 2004
T45. 263 – David McHugh, Ingleside vs. Robstown, 2011
T45. 263 – Howard Morrow, Keller Fossil Ridge vs. Plano, 2004
T45. 263 – Malcolm McKenzie, San Antonio Holmes vs. San Antonio Madison, 1993

CAREER — RECEIVING YARDS
55. 2,629 – Sam Dibrell, San Antonio Alamo Heights, 2004-2006
56. 2,627 – Earvin Taylor, Mission, 2000-2002
57. 2,583 – Brandon Wilkerson, La Grange, 2009-2010
58. 2,579 – David McHugh, Ingleside, 2009-present
58. 2,565 – Shayne Boyd, New Deal, 1985-1987
59. 2,560 – Dustin Findley, Bosqueville, 2002-2003

Shiner 27, Ben Bolt 23
Ben Bolt wide receiver Andres Alaniz caught 2 passes for 43 yards. His career totals are now 118 receptions for 2,416 yards and 31 touchdowns.

CAREER — RECEPTIONS
T158. 118 – Andres Alaniz, Ben Bolt, 2009-present
T158. 118 – Ruben Morales, El Paso Socorro, 2006-2008
T158. 118 – Reed Graham, Garland Rowlett, 2006-2007
T158. 118 – Paul Perez, Corpus Christi Ray, 2006-2007
T158. 118 – Michael Smith, Houston Westside, 2006-2007
T158. 118 – Stephen Galindo, Crane, 2004-2005
T158. 118 – Derek Horton, Henderson, 2000-2002
T158. 118 – Donovon Henderson, Bastrop, 1994-1997
T158. 118 – Floyd Coleman, Tyler Lee, 1991-1992

CAREER — RECEIVING YARDS
79. 2,423 – Kevin Beirne, The Woodlands, 1989-1991
80. 2,421 – Tre Gray, Cuero, 2004-2006
81. 2,416 – Andres Alaniz, Ben Bolt, 2009-present
82. 2,411 – Ricky Shepherd, Bovina, 1980-1981
83. 2,408 – Jake Oliver, Dallas Jesuit 2009-present

CAREER — TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS
T49. 31 – Andres Alaniz, Ben Bolt, 2009-present
T49. 31 – Andrew Delgado, Lyford, 2007-0208
T49. 31 – Dan Buckner, Allen, 2005-2007
T49. 31 – McKay Jacobson, Southlake Carroll, 2003-2005
T49. 31 – Clint Renfro, Southlake Carroll, 2004-2005
T49. 31 – David Nelson, Wichita Falls Rider, 2003-2004
T49. 31 – Anthony Jenkins, Ennis, 2002-2003

Dayton 37, Galena Park 13
Dayton kicker Juan Carranco kicked 4 extra points and kicked a 42 yard field goal. He now has 137 extra points and 24 field goals for his career. Earlier in the year he also kicked a 52 yard field goal vs. Angleton.

GAME — LONGEST FIELD GOAL
T56.52 – Juan Carranco, Dayton vs. Galena Park, 2011
T56.52 – Michael Shroble, Klein Oak vs. Klein Forest, 2010
T56.52 – Josh Lambert, Garland vs. Richardson Lake Highlands, 2010
T56.52 – Cole Scates, Tyler Lee vs. Waco High, 2001
T60.51 – Michael Shroble, Klein Oak vs. Klein Collins, 2010
T60.51 – Josh Lambert, Garland vs. Flower Mound Marcus, 2010

CAREER — FIELD GOALS
T23.25 – Matt McFadden, Coppell, 1997-1999
T23.25 – Dennis (Jabo) Leonard, Barbers Hill, 1969-1971
T23.25 – Billy Schott, Austin Reagan, 1968-1970
T26.24 – Juan Carranco, Dayton, 2009-present
T26.24 – Brock Johnson, Burleson, 2001-2002
T26.24 – Terry Venetoulias, Deer Park, 1987-1988

CAREER — EXTRA POINTS
15. 152 – Brent Grubbs, South Grand Prairie, 1999-01
16. 145 – Jeff Pyatte, Gregory-Portland, 1972-1974
17. 141 – Marty Akin, Gregory-Portland, 1969-7191
18. 138 – Kory Leis, Round Rock Stony Point, 2009-2010
T19.137 – Juan Carranco, Dayton, 2009-present
T19.137 – Kenneth Hall, Sugar Land, 1950-1953
21. 130 – Logan Barrett, Kennedale, 2004-2007
22. 124 – Jeff Johnson, Katy, 2009-present
T23.122 – John Stodghill, Wichita Falls, 1984-1986
T23.122 – Glenn Gregory, Abilene, 1954-1956

By: Michael Wright
Lone Star Gridiron
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