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Dayton’s Juan Carranco Breaks All-Time State Record

Juan Carranco connected on a 26 yard field goal with 5:20 left in the game to break the all-time state record with his 21st field goal on the season. Coming into the game he was tied with Hunter Lawrence from Boerne who kicked 20 back in 2004. Carranco missed kicks of 46 and 40 during the game but it was not because they were not long enough. They were just a little to the side. He could have made them from 60 yards.

Dayton lost the game to Manvel 49-10. For the record, Dayton's quarterback Andres Herrera completed 11 of 18 passes for 83 yards on the night. For the season, he finishes with 234 completions on 342 passes for 2,889 yards and 22 touchdowns. For his career, Carranco now has 168 extra points and 39 field goals. He is a junior so he will be a back next year to try for those career records.

All-Time Records

SEASON - FIELD GOALS
1. 21 - Juan Carranco, Dayton, 2011
2. 20 - Hunter Lawrence, Boerne, 2004
T3. 19 – Matt Szmanski, A&M Consolidated, 2005
T3. 19 - Stephen Coker, Lufkin, 2001
T3. 19 - Kyle Bryant, A&M Consolidated, 1992
T3. 19 - Chris Sims, Garland, 1999
T7. 17 - Todd Tschantz, Richardson Lake Highlands, 1981
T7. 17 - Zach Myatt, A&M Consolidated, 2002
T7. 17 - Johnny McKinney, Leonard, 1971
T7. 17 – Josh Pursche, Rogers, 2003

CAREER -- FIELD GOALS
1. 48 - Tomas Sanchez, Fort Worth Arlington Heights, 1995-1998
2. 42 – Garrett Hartley, Southlake Carroll, 2001-2003
3. 41 - Eduardo Camara, Cedar Hill, 2008-2009
4. 39 - Juan Carranco, Dayton, 2009-present
5. 38 – Chris Boswell, Keller Fossil Ridge, 2005-2008
T6. 37 – Hunter Lawrence, Boerne, 2003-2005
T6. 37 - Ross Evans, Burnet, 2004-2007
8. 36 - Colt Dowd, Aledo, 1997-1999
9. 35 - Zach Myatt, A&M Consolidated, 2000-2002
10. 34 - Russell Bynum, La Marque, 1993-1995

CAREER -- EXTRA POINTS
1. 227 - Jarrod Martin, Celina, 1993-1996
2. 225 – Garrett hartley, Southlake Carroll, 2001-2003
3. 212 - Jason Fernandez, Southlake Carroll, 1988-1990
T4. 188 – Chris Boswell, Keller Fossil Ridge, 2005-2008
T4. 188 – Taylor Wilkins, La Marque, 2003-2005
6. 180 - Cade Foster, Southlake Carroll, 2007-2009
7. 174 – Pete Cuva, Forney, 1999-2000
8. 170 – Matt Adams, Abilene, 2003-2004
T9. 168 - Brian Hulett, Springlake-Earth, 1992-1994
T9. 168 - Juan Carranco, Dayton, 2009-present

SEASON -- PASS COMPLETIONS
T99. 235 - Greg Ward, Tyler John Tyler, 2011
T99. 235 – Graham Harrell, Ennis, 2001
T99. 235 – Kirk Saul, Valley Consolidated, 1986
T102. 234 - Andres Herrera, Dayton, 2011
T102. 234 – Omar Garcia, El Paso Hanks, 2006
T104. 233 – D.J. Betik, Ennis, 2008
T104. 233 – Jarrett Lee, Brenham, 2005
T106. 232 - Braden Hudson, Canadian, 2010
T106. 232 – Kelen Luker, Stephenville, 1998
T108. 230 - Cole Deberry, Huffman-Hargrave, 2010
T108. 230 – Riley Dodge, Southlake Carroll, 2007
T108. 230 – Zach Stewart, Abilene Cooper, 2006
111. 229 – Spencer Church, Canyon, 2007

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By: Michael Wright
Lone Star Gridiron
www.lonestargridiron.com

0 Comments

  1. Robert Griffin

    November 26, 2011 at 8:07 pm

    Thanks guys,I sure was hoping for Andreas Herrera to have a little better night vs Manvel.I believe he needed 126 yds passing to hit 6,000 career pass yds in 2 1/2 seasons.Took over @ qb in 09 in the Crosby game after Peyton Ploch got a concussion,then led the broncos on a deep playoff run.Robert

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