State Records


ALL-TIME HIGHEST ATTENDANCE

Texas High School Football Playoff Games

Attendance records are not always an official statistic kept at Texas
high school football playoff games, so state records are incomplete.

Attendance for these 18 games are among the highest on record in state history:

Attendance Game Site Year
54,347 Allen vs. Pearland, AT&T Stadium (Cowboys Stadium) 2013*
49,953 Plano vs. Port Neches-Groves, Texas Stadium 1977*
48,379 Allen vs. Houston Lamar, Cowboys Stadium 2012*
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 1968
45,000 Dallas Adams vs. Richardson, Cotton Bowl 1967
43,369 Aledo vs. Manvel, Cowboys Stadium 2011*
43,321 Pearland vs. Euless Trinity, Cowboys Stadium 2010*
42,896 Southlake Carroll vs. Fort Bend Hightower, Cowboys Stadium 2011*
42,621 Katy vs. Cedar Hill Cowboys Stadium, 2012 *
41,368 Katy vs. Pearland, Rice Stadium 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, Memorial Stadium (Austin) 1946
37,747 Cibolo Steele vs. Denton Guyer, Cowboys Stadium 2010*
36,000 Fort Bend Willowridge vs. Houston Yates, Rice Stadium 1988
*state championship game

Sources: UIL, Bill McMurray’s Texas High School Record Book, Texas Football magazine, FW Star-Telegram archives, Txprepsfootball.com





HISTORY TIMELINE

1913 The Governing Body
The University Interscholastic League, a voluntary, non-profit organization, is founded to oversee and coordinate extracurricular academic, athletic, and music contests.
1927 Waco Three-Peats
Waco wins third straight title, and 4th in 6 years with a 21-14 victory over Abilene.
1937 Amarillo Matches Waco
Amarillo wins it’s third straight championship with a 10-6 win over Kerrville.
1945 Big Battle
Highland Park and Waco play to a 7-7 tie in the 1945 state championship game before a then record crowd of 45,790 at the Cotton Bowl.
1948 Adding Class
Classifications are instituted and known as City, 1A, and 2A.
1951 Class Addition
Classifications 3A and 4A are added.
1953 The Sugar Land Express Sets Mark
Sugar Land High School senior Ken Hall finished his career with a record 11,232 yards rushing. It was the most ever by a school-boy running back. Hall, a 6-foot-1, 205 pound running back played college football at Texas A&M for Bear Bryant. Known as the “Sugar Land Express” he set 15 state and/or national records during his prep career. During his senior season, Hall averaged an astonishing 337.1 rushing yards per game. In a game against Houston Lutheran, Hall averaged 47.3 yards on 11 carries for 520 yards.
1956 The “Team of the Century”
Abilene, who was voted the “Team of the Century’ in 1999 by the Dallas Morning News wins it’s third consecutive state title, wrapping up a run that included a 49 game win streak.
1956 Mr. Interception
Jim Linnstaeder, of Brenham High School, intercepted 35 passes to establish the high school record for interceptions in a single season.
1965 UIL Membership Expanded
The UIL opened membership to all schools regardless of race. Previously, African American schools were governed by the PVIL (Prairie View Interscholastic League), which had operated since 1920, and continued on a limited basis from 1965-70 when it disbanded.
1972 Small Classes Added
Classifications for 6 Man, 8 Man and Class B added.
1974 Career Rushing Record
Hooks RB Billy Sims ends his high school career by establishing a national record for consecutive 100 yard games with 38.
1976 Class Dropped
8 Man football is dropped.
1977 A Record Crowd
Plano defeats Port Neches-Groves 13-10 at Texas Stadium in front of the largest crowd to ever witness a Texas High School football playoff game (49,953).
1979 Giving the Bands Their Props
The first UIL state band marching contest is held.
1980 Class Subtraction and Addition
Class B football is eliminated and class 5A is added.
1983 Total Domination
The class 3A Daingerfield Tigers complete one of the most dominating seasons ever, going 16-0 and outscoring their opponents 631-8. They recorded 14 shutouts, including the final 13 games of the season.
1985 Legendary Coach Retires
Legendary Brownwood coach Gordon Wood retires after a then state record 396 victories to go along with a combined 9 state titles. He coached at Rule, Roscoe, Seminole, Winters and Stamford, where he won 80 games and two titles in seven years. His final 26 years of coaching were spent at Brownwood where he won 257 games and seven state titles. He belongs to six halls of fame and was named high school “Coach of the Century” in 1999 by the Dallas Morning News.
1987 Mr. Touchdown Catch
Shane Boyd of New Deal High School catches 33 touchdown passes to set a national record.
1990 Friday Nights Lights
The book “Friday Night Lights” by author H.G. Bissinger hits the newstands. The book is based around the 1988 season of the Odessa Permian Panthers football team and focuses on the importance of Odessa Permian football to the population there. The book is later translated to both the big and small screens.
1994 Regular Season Streak
Southlake Carroll wins it’s 72nd consecutive regular season game to set a state record.
1996 Playoff Division
4A and 5A classifications are broken down into Divisions I and II for the playoffs.
1997 First to Four
The Sealy Tigers become the first 11-man football team in UIL history to win four straight state titles. Sealy went 63-1 in that four-year stretch.
1998 Stephenville Scores Again
Stephenville High School broke the 73-year old national record for yards in a season with 8,664. The previous mark of 8,588 was held by Pine Bluff, Ark., established in 1925.
1998 Playoff Division Additions
2A and 3A classifications are broken down into Divisions I and II for the playoffs.
2000 Roaring Rebels
The Cedric Benson led Midland Lee Rebels beat Austin Westlake 33-21 for their third consecutive state title.
2001 Bobcats on the Prowl
Celina goes 16-0 for the third consecutive year and wins it’s 4th consecutive class 2A Division II state championship with a 41-35 victory over Garrison.
2004 Legendary Coach Retires Part II
G.A. Moore, the state’s all-time winningest coach with 404 wins, retires. Moore spent 39 of his 42 years in coaching at Pilot Point, his alma mater, and Celina, where he won six state titles and four straight from 1998-2001. He also won titles at Celina, located about eight miles from Pilot Point, in 1974 and 1995, and guided Pilot Point to back-to-back titles in 1980 and 1981. He also coached at Bryson and Sherman.
2006 Division Additions
6 Man football is broken down into Divisions I and II for regular season and playoffs and 1A classification is broken down into Divisions I and II for the playoffs.
2006 A Record Attendance?
On their way to a fourth 5A state title in five years, Southlake Carroll meets Euless Trinity in the second round of the playoffs and emerges with a scintillating 22-21 victory before an announced crowd of 43,339 at Texas Stadium. The attendance appears to approach 60,000 midway through the third quarter, which would have set an all-time playoff record.
2008 Steroid Testing Instituted
The state of Texas institutes steroid testing for athletes in all public high schools. Texas was the third state to begin testing, but implemented testing on a much broader scale than the previous states.
2009 North Shore Sets Regular Season Mark
Galena Park North Shore breaks Southlake Carroll’s record for consecutive regular season wins with 78. After eight seasons their streak was snapped with a 9-7 loss to Katy.
2010 Overtime City
Nacogdoches and Jacksonville set a national record, playing 12 overtimes before Jacksonville won 84-81. Jacksonville only had to win to advance, but Nacogdoches had to win by 8 points to keep its postseason hopes alive and could have won the game on multiple occasions by making a 2-point conversion, but instead intentionally threw the ball out the back of the end zone, forcing another overtime session and yet another chance to win by 8 points.
2011 Cavaliers Go Where No Team Has Gone Before
The Lake Travis Cavaliers win an unprecedented fifth consecutive class 4A state title by defeating the Midway Hewitt Panthers, 22-7 at Cowboys Stadium.
2012 Six-Man Running Back Sets Career Mark
Ira running back Lance Morris finished his career with 11,866 rushing yards to set the all time state record. Ira plays six-man football and most state record sections list only 11 man football records.
2013 Rockets On A Roll
Converse Judson sets a state record as they marched to their 37th consecutive winning season.
2013 Bearcats Bomb Scoreboard
The Aledo Bearcats went 16-0 in one of the most dominating seasons in Texas high school football history. Along the way they set a national record for most points in a season with 1,023.


TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL

FOOTBALL STATE RECORDS

** Indicates National Record

CAREER RUSHING YARDS
11,232 Kenneth Hall, Sugar Land 1950-53
10,889 Johnathan Gray, Aledo 2008-11
10,291 Traylon Shead, Cayuga 2006-09
8,855 Wes Danaher, Calallen 1992-95
8,441 Rodney Thomas, Groveton 1987-90
8,423 Cedric Benson, Midland Lee 1998-00
8,411 Robert Strait, Cuero 1985-88
8,246 Jacquizz Rodgers, Lamar Consolidated 2004-07
8,143 Buddy Hanson, Tom Bean 2000-03
7,819 Nathan Jeffery, Caddo Mills 2006-09
7,803 Bradley Stephens, McAllen Memorial 2003-06
7,738 Billy Sims, Hooks 1972-74
7,712 Shaud Williams, Andrews 1995-98
7,642 David Mora, Mason 2008-2011
7,621 Jeff Spikes, Burkeville 1991-94
7,582 David Overstreet, Big Sandy 1973-76
7,491 Jacoby Jones, Bangs 2001-03
7,271 Brock Fitzhenry, Giddings 2004-07
7,260 Mark Fincher, Jayton 1972-75
7,260 Bobby Mitchell, Big Sandy 1970-73
7,249 Jerrell Wilkerson, San Antonio Clark 2001-04
7,099 Marcus Wright, San Antonio Madison 2004-07
7,084 Ross Harrison, Petrolia 2000-02
6,970 Byron “Bam” Morris, Cooper 1986-89
**Ira’s Lance Morris ran for 11,866 yards from 2009-2012, but this was in six-man football and our records reflect 11 man football only.


SINGLE SEASON RUSHING LEADERS
4,045 Kenneth Hall, Sugar Land 1953
3,910 Johnathan Gray, Aledo 2011
3,890 Trey Williams, Spring DeKaney 2011
3,887 Joseph Sadler, Devine 2011
3,701 Rodney Thomas, Groveton 1990
3,572 David Mora, Mason 2010
3,569 Wes Danaher, Calallen 1995
3,526 Cedric Benson, Midland Lee 1999
3,515 Robert Strait, Cuero 1987
3,504 Traylon Shead, Cayuga 2008
3,458 Kenneth Hall, Sugar Land 1952
3,374 Marcus Wright, San Antonio Reagan 2007
3,339 Jacoby Jones, Bangs 2003
3,323 Thomas Tarver, Brookshire-Royal 1998
3,300 Mishak Rivas, Weslaco 2007
3,225 Buddy Hanson, Tom Bean 2003
3,221 Johnathan Gray, Aledo 2010
3,212 Sam McGuffie, Houston Cypress Fairbanks 2006
3,160 Kenneth Hall, Sugar Land 1951
3,137 Will Clay, Snyder 2007
3,108 James Talton, Paul Pewitt 1993
3,100 Nathan Jeffery, Caddo Mills 2009
3,089 Chris Harris, Elysian Fields 1998
3,080 Billy Sims, Hooks 1973
3,074 Anthony Byerly, Newton 1981
3,070 Bobby Mitchell, Big Sandy 1973
3,051 Jeff Spikes, Burkeville 1993


SINGLE GAME RUSHING LEADERS
587 Darryl Ellis, Somerville vs. Thrall, 1998
560 Tyrone Swoopes, Whitewright vs. Tom Bean, 2011
547 Deion Williams, Katy Morton Ranch vs. Katy Taylor, 2012
534 Justin Twine, Hemphill vs. West Sabine, 2011
525 Tyson Thompson, Irving vs. Hurst Bell, 1998
522 Jordan Barnes, Van Alstyne vs. Farmersville, 2011
520 Kenneth Hall, Sugar Land vs. Houston Lutheran, 1953
517 Cleon Williams, Boling vs. Ganado, 1991
517 Phillip Graves, Hutto vs. Thorndale, 2001
517 Eli Untermeyer, San Angelo Grape Creek vs. Alpine, 2010
483 Devin Thomas, SA Madison vs. SA Reagan, 2006
481 Larry Boyd, Union Hill vs. Lone Oak, 1988
476 Ronnie Ashmore, SA Edgewood vs. SA Memorial, 1985
467 Eric Bizer, Centerville vs. Groveton, 2003
467 Buddy Hanson, Tom Bean vs. Blue Ridge, 2002


SINGLE SEASON – MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
65 Johnathan Gray, Aledo, 2011
59 Johnathan Gray, Aledo, 2010
58 Joseph Sadler, Devine, 2011
57 Kenneth Hall, Sugar Land, 1953
56 Willie Mack Garza, Refugio, 1987
56 David Overstreet, Big Sandy, 1975
54 Robert Strait, Cuero, 1987
53 Dick Todd, Crowell, 1934
52 Traylon Shead, Cayuga, 2008
51 Cedric Benson, Midland Lee, 1999
51 Bert Gravitt, Denver City, 1960
49 Rodney Thomas, Groveton, 1990
48 Setrick Dickens, Quanah, 1988
47 Jerrell Wilkerson, SA Clark, 2004


SINGLE SEASON – MOST POINTS
451 Joseph Sadler, Devine, 2011
420 Johnathan Gray, Aledo, 2011
395 Kenneth Hall, Sugar Land, 1953
375 Robert Strait, Cuero, 1987
368 Johnathan Gray, Aledo 2010
362 David Overstreet, Big Sandy, 1975
354 Johnathan Gray, Aledo 2009
350 Setrick Dickens, Quanah, 1988
336 Willie Mack Garza, Refugio, 1987
333 Bert Gravitt, Denver City, 1960
322 George Wright, Sonora, 1954
318 Dick Todd, Crowell, 1934
315 Warren McVea, SA Brackenridge, 1963
308 Cedric Benson, Midland Lee, 1999


MOST TOUCHDOWNS – CAREER
205 Johnathan Gray, Aledo 2008-11**
147 Traylon Shead, Cayuga 2006-09
136 Nathan Jeffery, Caddo Mills 2006-09
136 Jacquizz Rodgers, Lamar Consolidated, 2004-07
128 Robert Strait, Cuero, 1985-88
127 Kenneth Hall, Sugar Land,1950-53
127 Cedric Benson, Midland Lee, 1998-00
115 Rodney Thomas, Groveton, 1987-90
**179 Lance Morris, Ira 2009-2012 (Six-Man)


MOST CARRIES – SEASON
498 David Mora, Mason, 2010
475 Ketric Sanford, Corsicana, 1994


MOST CARRIES – ONE GAME
62 Steve Williams, Trinidad vs. Oakwood, 1977


MOST RUSHING YARDS – ONE GAME
893 Centerville, Centerville vs. Groveton, 2004**


CONSECUTIVE 100 YARD GAMES RUSHING – ONE SEASON
16 Rodney Thomas, Groveton,1990**
16 Fred Smith, Sealy,1994**
16 Johnathan Gray, Aledo, 2009 and 2011**


CONSECUTIVE 100 YARD GAMES RUSHING – CAREER
38 Billy Sims, Hooks, 1972-74**


MOST POINTS PER GAME
32.9 Kenneth Hall, (395/12) 1953**
26.0 David Overstreet, (364/14) 1975


MOST POINTS IN ONE GAME
75 Jiggs Ray, Pilot Point vs. Tom Bean, 1937


TOUCHDOWN PASSES – CAREER
178 Travis Quintanilla, Refugio, 2011-2013
167 Graham Harrell, Ennis, 2000-03
136 Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis, 2006-08
133 G.J Kinne, Canton, Gilmer, 2003-06
129 Scotty Young, Denton Ryan, 2007-09
116 Darian Godfrey, Gilmer, 2007-09
116 Colt McCoy, Jim Ned, 2002-04
114 Drew Tate, Baytown Lee, 1999-02
104 Chandler Dane, Decatur, 2002-04
101 Stephen McGee, Burnet, 2001-03
97 Ryan Polite, DeSoto, 2007-10
94 Chavis McCollister, Tenaha, 1995-98
91 Chase Daniel, Southlake Carroll, 2003-04
89 James Battle, Denton Ryan, 2000-02
85 D.J Check, Clint, 1997-99


TOUCHDOWN PASSES – SEASON
68 Travis Quintanilla, Refugio, 2013
67 Graham Harrell, Ennis, 2003
65 Scotty Young, Denton Ryan, 2008
64 Scotty Young, Denton Ryan, 2009
64 Wes Wood, Muleshoe, 2008
57 Travis Quintanilla, Refugio, 2012
56 Greg McElroy, Southlake Carroll 2005
55 Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis, 2008
54 Chase Wasson, Southlake Carroll, 2002
54 Riley Dodge, Southlake Carroll 2006
54 Kirk Saul, Valley Consolidated, 1986
53 Graham Harrell, Ennis, 2001
53 Travis Quintanilla, Refugio, 2011
52 Patrick Hutka, Rogers, 1997
52 Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis, 2007


PASSES COMPLETED – SEASON
360 Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis, 2007
332 Graham Harrell, Ennis, 2003
317 Drew Tate, Baytown Lee, 2001
306 Drew Tate, Baytown Lee, 2002
304 Phillip Daugherty, Bridgeport, 2001
302 Travis Quintanilla, Refugio, 2013
301 Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis, 2008
300 Chase Wasson, Southlake Carroll, 2002


PASSES COMPLETED – CAREER
970 Drew Tate, Baytown Lee, 1999-02
895 Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis, 2006-08
805 Graham Harrell, Ennis, 2000-03
738 Ryan Polite, DeSoto, 2007-10
680 Phillip Daugherty, Bridgeport, 2000-02
618 Kellen Haynes, Haltom, Brewer, Crosby, 2000-03


PASSING YARDS – GAME
724 Mike Richardson, Marble Falls vs. Boerne Champion, 2012
683 Dylan Sheffield, Wichita Falls vs. Denton, 2011
634 Mac Morse, Richardson Pearce vs. Carrollton Newman Smith, 2009
595 Alvaro Garcia, Laredo United vs. San Antonio Reagan, 2006
595 Kyle Poeske, Boerne Champion vs. Marble Falls , 2012
591 Jerry Lopez, Laredo Alexander vs. Laredo Martin, 2008
590 Kirk Saul, Valley Consolidated vs. Chillicothe, 1986
588 Dwain Frazier, Houston Elmore vs. Aldine Carver, 1968
573 Graham Harrell, Ennis vs. Waxahachie, 2003
571 Kyle Poeske, Boerne Champion vs. New Braunfels, 2012
562 Thor Long, Sherman vs. Highland Park, 2010
562 Tyler Stubblefield, Lufkin vs. A&M Consolidated, 2012
557 Ty Detmer, SA Southwest vs. Pleasanton, 1986
557 Paul Millard, Flower Mound vs. Arlington Martin, 2010


PASSING YARDS – SEASON
5,420 Travis Quintanilla, Refugio, 2011-2013
4,852 Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis, 2008
4,827 Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis, 2007
4,825 Graham Harrell, Ennis, 2003
4,822 Chase Wasson, Southlake Carroll, 2002
4,697 Kelan Luker, Stephenville, 1998
4,682 Greg McElroy, Southlake Carroll, 2005
4,678 Phillip Daugherty, Bridgeport, 2001


PASSING YARDS – CAREER
13,335 Travis Quintanilla, Refugio, 2011-2013
12,537 Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis, 2006-08
12,532 Graham Harrell, Ennis, 2000-03
12,183 Drew Tate, Baytown Lee, 1999-02
11,762 G.J. Kinne, Canton/Gilmer, 2003-06
10,721 Ryan Polite, DeSoto, 2007-10
10,475 Case McCoy, Graham, 2006-09
10,136 Phillip Daugherty, Bridgeport, 2000-02
10,046 Chandler Dane, Decatur, 2002-04


PASSES ATTEMPTED – GAME
75 Johnny Manziel, Kerrville Tivy vs. San Antonio Madison, 2010
73 Koy Detmer, Mission vs. Aldine, 1990
71 Tony Eckert, Lumberton vs. Jasper, 2001
71 Paul Millard, Flower Mound vs. Arlington Martin, 2010
66 D.J. Check, Clint vs. Monahans, 1997
64 Graham Harrell, Ennis vs. Highland Park, 2003
63 Quentin Thompson, Haltom vs.Southlake Carroll, 2004


PASSES ATTEMPTED – CAREER
1,576 Drew Tate, Baytown Lee, 1999-02
1,368 Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis, 2006-08
1,231 Phillip Daugherty, Bridgeport, 2000-02
1,169 Ryan Polite, DeSoto, 2007-10
1,097 Kellen Haynes, Haltom , Brewer, Crosby, 2000-03
1,042 D.J. Chec, Clint, 1997-99


PASSES COMPLETED – GAME
48 Brian Parrish, Henrietta vs. Electra, 1995
48 Jerry Lopez, Laredo Alexander vs. Laredo Martin, 2008
44 Koy Detmer, Mission vs. C.C. Miller, 1991
41 Koy Detmer, Mission vs. Aldine, 1990
41 Johnny Manziel, Kerrville Tivy vs. San Antonio Madison, 2010
39 Graham Harrell, Ennis vs. Highland Park, 2003
39 Ty Detmer, SA Southwest vs. Pleasanton, 1986


RECEIVING YARDS – CAREER
5,424 Jordan Shipley, Rotan ’00, Burnet 2001-03
4,567 Jake Oliver, Dallas Jesuit, 2010-12
4,331 Mike Hicks, China Spring, 2005-08
4,241 Cody Cardwell, Stephenville, 1996-98
4,175 Brian Christian, Decatur, 2002-04
3,785 Fred Robinson, Lake Travis, 2003-05
3,776 Trey Metoyer, Whitehouse, 2008-10


RECEIVING YARDS – SEASON
2,427 Cody Cardwell, Stephenville, 1998**
2,202 Philip Beck, Crosby, 2003
1,993 Ryan Read, Austin Westlake, 1996
1,931 Chris Brazzell, Alice, 1993
1,926 Kelby Kemper, Coahoma, 2003


RECEIVING YARDS – GAME
454 Marc Lozoya, Laredo Alexander vs. Eagle Pass Winn, 2013
394 Robbie Rhodes, FW Southwest vs. FW Arlington Heights, 2011
392 Addison Bustos, Amarillo Caprock vs. Estacado, 2012
386 Blake Jumonville, Richardson Pearce vs. Carrollton Newman Smith, 2009
381 Andres Alaniz, Ben Bolt vs. Shiner, 2010
373 Blake Turner, Rockwall vs. Rockwall-Heath, 2010
357 Randy Boone, Chillicothe vs. Aspermont, 1984
356 Stanley Johnson, FW Paschal vs. Crowley, 1994
353 Aaron Smith, El Paso Franklin vs. Mayfield, 2013
345 Michael Aceves, Cedar Hill vs. Wylie, 1988
333 Zach Witherspoon, Quinlan Ford vs. Van, 2010
328 Josh Theissen, San Antonio Johnson vs. San Antonio Brandeis 2013
320 Steven Ortiz, Austin Akins vs. Lake Travis, 2000
320 Philip Beck, Crosby vs. Houston Davis, 2003


RECEPTIONS – SEASON
153 Jason Bird, Lake Travis, 2007
131 Aldo Hernandez, Laredo United, 2008
124 Phillip Beck, Crosby, 2003
122 Josh Whatley, Rogers, 1997
117 Dustin Findley, Bosqueville, 2003
112 Cody Cardwell, Stephenville, 1998
112 A. J. Dugat, Dayton, 2008


RECEPTIONS – GAME
22 Sammy Taylor, Dublin vs. Ranger, 1980
20 Darrion Pollard, Gilmer vs. Argyle, 2011
20 Keith Talbert, Lumberton vs. Jasper, 2001
20 Rene Garza, PSJA Memorial vs. Raymondville, 2000
20 Aldo Hernandez, Laredo United, 2008
20 Jared Reagan, Booker vs. Texhoma (OK.) 2013
19 Steven Ortiz, Austin Akins vs. Austin Travis, 2004
19 Jeremy Robinson, Palmer vs. Kerens, 1991
19 Labron Cornell, Midlothian vs. Waxahachie, 1990


TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS – CAREER
73 Jordan Shipley, Rotan, ’00, Burnet 2001-03
56 Jake Oliver, Dallas Jesuit, 2010-12
55 Broderic Jones, Ennis, 2000-01
52 Trey Metoyer, Whitehouse, 2008-10
51 B.J. Johnson, South Grand Prairie, 1997-99
50 Brian Christian, Decatur, 2002-04
50 Jarvis Woodson, Ennis, 2002-03
48 Cody Cardwell, Stephenville, 1996-98


MOST POINTS SCORED – GAME
186 Spur HS vs. Lorenzo HS, 1930
184 Roby HS vs. Aspermont HS, 1925


MOST POINTS SCORED TEAM – SEASON
1023 Aledo, 2013**
891 Refugio, 2011
851 Refugio, 2013
829 Katy, 2012


MOST TOUCHDOWNS PER GAME
9.3 Big Sandy, 1975**


MOST YARDS GAINED – SEASON
8,664 Stephenville, 1998**
8,524 Aledo, 2011
8,375 Sugar Land, 1953
7,411 Stephenville, 1994


MOST YARDS PER GAME
697.9 Sugar Land, 1953**


MOST FIELD GOALS – SEASON
25 Cole Hedlund, Argyle, 2011**
21 Juan Carranco, Dayton, 2011
20 Hunter Lawrence, Boerne, 2004
19 Steven Coker, Lufkin, 2001
19 Matt Szmanski, A&M Consolidated, 2005
19 Chris Sims, Garland, 1999
19 Kyle Bryant, A&M Consolidated, 1992


LONGEST FIELD GOALS
62 David Leaverton, Midland vs. Odessa Permian, 1995
62 Ralph Heaten, El Paso Irvin vs. EP Bowie, 1992
62 Russell Wheatley, Odessa Permian vs. Longview, 1975
61 Matt Szymanski, A&M Consolidated vs. Euless Trinity, 2005


MOST SHUTOUTS BY DEFENSE – CONSECUTIVE
16 McLeod, 1943-44
14 Waco, 1921-22


MOST SHUTOUTS BY DEFENSE – SEASON
14 Daingerfield, 1983
12 Pittsburg, 1980


MOST INTERCEPTIONS BY DEFENSE – SEASON
50 Brenham, 1966
48 Celeste, 1983


MOST INTERCEPTIONS BY INDIVIDUAL – CAREER
59 Donald Moore, Splendora, 1976-80
55 Jim Linnstaeder, Brenham, 1956-58


MOST INTERCEPTIONS BY INDIVIDUAL – SEASON
35 Jim Linnstaeder, Brenham, 1956**
23 Kendall Barrow, High Island, 1979


MOST INTERCEPTIONS BY INDIVIDUAL – GAME
7 Donald Moore, Splendora vs. New Waverly, 1977


MOST FUMBLES RECOVERED – SEASON
38 Pilot Point, 1992

**Private School and Six Man Records Not Included**


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