FOOTBALL (through 2013

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TEAM/SCHOOL

Most State Championships, All-Time
19 – Reno (1 in I, 5 in I-A, 13 in open)
17 – Pahranagat Valley (9 in IV, 8 in B)
16 – Las Vegas (3 in I, 4 in I-A, 9 in open)
15 – Moapa Valley (3 in I-A, 3 in II, 6 in IV, 3 in 6-man)
13 – Bishop Manogue (3 in I-A, 10 in III)
12 – Bishop Gorman (6 in I, 6 in I-A)
12 – Truckee (9 in I-A, 3 in III)
11 – Boulder City (7 in III, 4 in IV)
11 – Virgin Valley (1 in I-A, 1 in III, 8 in IV, 1 6-man)
8 – The Meadows (7 in III, I in IV)
8 – Smith Valley (3 in B, 5 in 8-man)
8 – Wooster (I-A)
8 – Yerington (4 in III, 3 in IV, 1 in open)
7 – Pershing County (1 in sm., 2 in IV, 4 in III)
6 – Carlin (2 in IV, 4 in 6-man)
6 – Churchill County (4 in III, 2 in open)
6 – Elko (III)
6 – McQueen (3 in I, 2 in I-A)
6 – Sparks (1 in III, 5 in open)
6 – Western (1 in I, 5 in I-A)
5 – Battle Mountain (2 in IV, 1 in B, 2 in 6-man)
5 – Coleville (3 in 8-man, 2 in B)
5 – McDermitt (2 in B, 3 in 8-man)
5 – White Pine (2 in III, 3 in open)
















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Most State Championships, Consecutive
6 – Pahranagat Valley (2008-2013)
5 – Bishop Gorman (2009-2013)
5 – The Meadows (1997-2001)
5 – Virgin Valley (1981-1985)
5 – Reno (1924-1928)
4 – Truckee (2009-2012)
4 – Pahranagat Valley (1985-1988)
4 – Smith Valley (1974-1977)
4 – Reno (1949-1952)
4 – Las Vegas (1931-1934)
3 – Pershing County (2010-2012)
3 – Wooster (1985-1987)
3 – McDermitt (1982-1984)
3 – Pahranagat Valley (1978-1980)
3 – Churchill County (1976-1978)
3 – Incline (1971-1973)
3 – Bishop Manogue (1970-1972)
3 – Coleville (1969-1971)
3 – Moapa Valley (1966-1968)
3 – Boulder City (1965-1967)
3 – Western (1964-1966)
3 – Boulder City (1961-1963)
3 – Rancho (1960-1962)
3 – Reno (1937-1939)

Undefeated Teams, Consecutive Games
69 – Pahranagat Valley, 2008-current (2013)
41 – Truckee, 2009-2012
41 – The Meadows, 1998-2001
36 – Wooster, 1985-1987
34 – Las Vegas, 1931-1934
32 – Reno, 1950-1952
31 – Virgin Valley, 1981-1984
30 – Bishop Manogue, 2002-2004
22 – McQueen, 1992-1993
21 – McQueen, 2000-2001
21 – McQueen, 1997-1998
20 – Boulder City, 1955-1957





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TEAM – OFFENSE

Most Points Scored, Season (No. of Games), Division I
830 – Bishop Gorman, 2011 (16 games)
777 – Bishop Gorman, 2012 (14 games)
696 – Bishop Manogue, 2003 (12 games)
679 – McQueen, 2002 (14 games)
652 – Bishop Gorman, 2010 (14 games)
649 – Bishop Gorman, 2013 (15 games)
632 – Reed, 2013 (14 games)
613 – McQueen, 1999 (14 games)
558 – Liberty, 2013 (14 games)
550 – McQueen, 1992 (12 games)
549 – Palo Verde, 2008 (15 games)
542 – Palo Verde, 2004 (14 games)
515 – Palo Verde, 2010 (13 games)
515 – Bishop Manogue, 2002 (11 games)
515 – Las Vegas, 2001 (14 game)
509 – Las Vegas, 1999 (12 games)
497 – McQueen, 1997 (12 games)
496 – Las Vegas, 2010 (13 games)
482 –Canyon Springs, 2007
467 – Las Vegas, 2013 (11 games)
462 – Liberty, 2012 (13 games)
461 – Palo Verde, 2013 (12 games)
457 – Wooster, 1986 (12 games)
448 – Green Valley, 2013 (12 games)
441 – McQueen, 1996 (12 games)
440 – Green Valley, 1994 (12 games)
434 – Cimarron-Memorial, 1997 (13 games)
434 – Wooster, 1994 (12 games)
433 – Palo Verde, 2007 (13 games)
425 – Durango, 2010 (11 games)











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Most Points Scored, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
644 – Moapa Valley, 2012 (14 games)
516 – Churchill County (2013, 12 games)
498 – Virgin Valley, 1983 (10 games)
490 – Truckee, 1997 (12 games)
489 – Moapa Valley, 1967 (10 games)
468 – Elko, 2001 (12 games)
455 – Lowry, 2013 (12 games)
454 – Moapa Valley, 1999 (12 games)
444 – Faith Lutheran, 2013 (14 games)
440 – Elko, 1998 (13 games)
438 – Virgin Valley, 1981 (11 games)
438 – Cheyenne, 2012 (12 games)
435 – Virgin Valley, 1994 (12 games)
431 – Moapa Valley, 2013 (13 games)
428 – Virgin Valley, 1987 (10 games)
426 – Boulder City, 1991 (11 games)

Most Points Scored, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
533 – Pershing County, 2004 (12 games)
505 – Battle Mountain (6-man), 1955 (11-0)
501 – Yerington (2013, 11 games)
456 – Mountain View, 2010 (13 games)
447 – Mountain View, 2013 (12 games)
444 – Mountain View, 2012 (13 games)
436 – Lincoln County, 1991 (12 games)
424 – Battle Mountain, 1953 (10 games)

















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Most Points Scored, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
894 – Coleville (8-man), 2009 (12 games)
792 – Pahranagat Valley, 2011 (11 games)
724 – Pahranagat Valley (8-man), 2008 (12 games)
702 – Pahranagat Valley (8-man), 2010 12 games)
688 – Coleville (8-man), 2008 (10 games)
669 –Pahranagat Valley (8-man), 2006 (12 games)
644 – Tonopah (8-man), 2008 (12 games)
642 – Pahranagat Valley, 2013 (12 games)
614 – Spring Mountain (8-man), 2012 (11 games)
606 – Carlin (8-man), 2008 (11 games)
584 – Eureka (8-man), 1997 (11 games)
582 – Pahranagat Valley (8-man), 2012 (11 games)
576 – Coleville (8-man), 2007 (11 games)
547 – Indian Springs (8-man), 1996 (11 games)
540 – Pahranagat Valley (8-man), 2007 (11 games)
538 – Eureka (8-man), 1996 (11 games)
536 – Eureka (8-man), 1999 (10 games)
530 – Coleville, 2013 (10 games)
530 – Indian Springs (8-man), 1997 (10 games)
504 – Spring Mountain (8-man), 2010 (9 games)
502 – Pahranagat Valley (8-man), 1979 (8 games)
495 – Smith Valley (8-man), 1999 (11 games)
494 – Indian Springs, 1998 (10 games)
474 – Spring Mountain, 2013 (10 games
474 – Coleville (8-man), 1991 (11 games)
462 – Tonopah (8-man), 2007 (12 games)
452 – Wells, 2013 (1r1r games)
452 – Coleville, 1970 (7 games)
446 – Wells, 1999 (9 games)
444 – Carlin (8-man), 2002 (10 games)
444 – Wells (8-man), 2000 (9 games)
442 – The Meadows, 1995 (11 games)
434 – Eureka (8-man), 1999 (10 games)
428 – Smith Valley (8-man), 1989 (9 games)
426 – Eureka (8-man), 1995 (10 games)
407 – Virginia City, 2013 (10 games)







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Most Total Net Yards, Season (No. of Games), Division I
6,316 – Reed, 2013 (14 games)
6,188 – Bishop Gorman, 2013 (15 games)
5,769 – Palo Verde, 2008 (15 games)
5,376 – Palo Verde, 2004 (14 games)
5,315 – Durango, 2010 (11 games)
5,123 – Canyon Springs, 2007
4,980 – Las Vegas, 2005 (15 games)
4,948 – Hug, 2005 (14 games)
4,932 – Canyon Springs, 2006
4,800 – Bishop Manogue, 2003 (12 games)
4,737 – Las Vegas, 2001 (14 games)
4,643 – Hug, 2004 (12 games)
4,509 – Wooster, 1986 (12 games)
4,472 – Las Vegas, 1999 (12 games)
4,272 – Bishop Manogue (2002 (11 games)
4,119 – Palo Verde, 2007 (13 games)
4,049 – Palo Verde, 2006 (13 games)
4,032 – Wooster, 2000 (14 games)
3,979 – Wooster, 1996 (11 games)
3,974 – Wooster, 1988 (11 games)

Most Total Net Yards, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
5,507 – Truckee, 1998 (12 games)
5,117 – Truckee, 2002 (12 games)
4,916 – Truckee, 1996 (12 games)
4,891 – Truckee, 2003 (11 games)
4,873 – Truckee, 1989 (12 games)
4,742 – Virgin Valley, 1996 (12 games)
4,705 – Truckee, 1993 (12 games)
4,388 – Truckee, 2001 (11 games)
4,352 – Truckee, 1997 (12 games)
4,345 – Elko, 2001 (12 games)
4,329 – Virgin Valley, 1979 (10 games)
4,318 – Cheyenne, 2012 (12 games)
4,259 – Virgin Valley, 1987 (9 games)
4,131 – Moapa Valley, 1967 (10 games)
4,055 – Virgin Valley, 1994 (12 games)
4,014 – Fernley, 1996 (11 games)
3,973 – Virgin Valley, 1997 (12 games)
3,972 – Spring Creek, 2000 (11 games)
3,908 – Spring Creek, 2001 (10 games)


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Most Total Net Yards, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
4,925 – Yerington, 2013 (11 games)
4,562 – Pershing County (12 games)
4,180 – The Meadows, 2001 (12 games)
4,026 – Battle Mountain, 2001 (12 games)

Most Total Net Yards, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
5,728 – Tonopah, 2008 (12 games)
5,227 – Coleville (8-man), 2008 (10 games)
5,198 – Pahranagat Valley (8-man), 2008 (12 games)
5,167 – Pahranagat Valley (8-man), 2012 (11 games)
4,497 – Wells (8-man), 2000 (9 games)
4,456 – Spring Mountain (8-man), 2012 (11 games)
4,026 – Coleville (8-man), 1991 (11 games)
3,970 – Pahranagat Valley (8-man), 2005 (12 games)
3,907 – Tonopah (8-man), 2007 (12 games)

Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Season (No. of Games), Division I
4,542 – Palo Verde, 2004 (14 games)
4,501 – Palo Verde, 2008 (15 games)
4,154 – Hug, 2004 (12 games)
4,148 – Bishop Gorman, 2013 (15 games)
3,838 – Reed, 2013 (14 games)
3,794 – Palo Verde, 2007 (13 games)
3,458 – Hug, 2005 (14 games)
3,411 – Palo Verde, 2013 (12 games)
3,389 – Arbor View, 2013 (11 games)
3,374 – Las Vegas, 2001 (14 games)
3,274 – Bishop Manogue, 2003 (12 games)
3,208 – Durango, 2010 (11 games)
3,208 – Palo Verde, 2006 (13 games)
3,190 – Las Vegas, 2005 (15 games)
3,125 – Bishop Manogue, 2002 (11 games)
3,045 – Wooster, 1988 (11 games)
2,929 – Wooster, 1996 (11 games)
2,904 – Hug, 2003 (11 games)
2,806 – Wooster, 1997 (12 games)
2,678 – Wooster, 2000 (14 games)






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Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
3,714 – Cheyenne, 2012 (12 games)
3,706 – Truckee, 1998 (12 games)
3,683 – Lowry, 2013 (12 games)
3,596 – Truckee, 1994 (12 games)
3,555 – Truckee, 1989 (12 games)
3,545 – Truckee, 1993 (12 games)
3,199 – Elko, 2001 (12 games)
3,180 – Virgin Valley, 1996 (12 games)
3,033 – Virgin Valley, 1979 (10 games)
3,002 – Fernley, 1996 (11 games)
2, 986 – Virgin Valley, 1988 (10 games)
2,786 – Elko, 2013 (10 ames)
2,782 – Truckee, 2002 (12 games)
2,743 – Virgin Valley, 1997 (12 games)
2,740 – Elko, 2000 (11 games)
2,613 – Elko, 1973 (9 games)

Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
3,895 – Pershing County, 2004 (12 games)
3,811 – Yerington, 2013 (11 games)
3,423 – Mountain View, 2013 (12 games)
3,191 – Pershing County, 1999 (10 games)
2,981 – Battle Mountain, 2001 (12 games)
2,970 – The Meadows, 2001 (12 games)

Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
3,472 – Tonopah, 2008 (12 games)
3,108 – Coleville (8-man), 1991 (11 games)
3,078 – Pahranagat Valley (8-man), 2012 (11 games)
3,074 – Pahranagat Valley (8-man), 2008 (12 games)
3,019 – Spring Mountain (8-man), 2012 (11 games)
2,788 – Pahranagat Valley (8-man), 2005 (12 games)
2,627 – Tonopah (8-man), 2007 (12 games)










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Most Total Net Yards Passing, Season (No. of Games), Division I
4,117 – Liberty, 2013 (14 games)
3,626 – Green Valley, 2013 (12 games)
3,471 – Canyon Springs, 2007
3,181 – Foothill, 2013 (10 games)
2,978 – Reed, 2013 (14 games)
2,646 – Las Vegas, 2013 (11 games)
2,543 – Spanish Springs, 2013 (10 games)
2,453 – Las Vegas, 1999 (12 games)

Most Total Net Yards Passing, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
2,990 – Faith Lutheran, 2011 (10 games)
2,550 – Truckee, 2003 (11 games)
2,358 – Virgin Valley, 2013 (11 games)
2,356 – Churchill County, 2013 (12 gmaes)
2,344 – Truckee, 2002 (12 games)

Most Total Net Yards Passing, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
2,700 – The Meadows, 2011 (10 games)
2,332 – Incline, 1980 (N/A)
1,929 – Lake Mead, 2002 (9 games)
1,723 – North Tahoe, 2000 (10 games)

Most Total Net Yards Passing, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
3,557 – Coleville (8-man), 2008 (10 games)
2,089 – Pahranagat Valley (8-man), 2012 (11 games)
1,599 – Coleville (8-man), 2000 (N/A)

















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TEAM – DEFENSE

Fewest Points Allowed, Season (No. of Games), Division I
0 – Las Vegas, 1944 (8 games)
9 – Las Vegas, 1934 (10 games)
12 – Bishop Manogue, 1979 (10 games)
13 – Las Vegas, 1931 (9 games)
18 – Las Vegas, 1945 (10 games)
19 – Las Vegas, 1942 (8 games)
21 – Las Vegas, 1932 (9 games)
26 – Las Vegas, 1953 (10 games)
32 – Bishop Gorman, 1982 (11 games)
35 – McQueen, 2002 (14 games)
43 – McQueen, 1992 (12 games)
48 – Reno, 1984 (12 games)
49 – McQueen, 1993 (11 games)
49 – Reed, 1983 (12 games)
53 – Wooster, 1985 (12 games)
58 – Wooster, 1993 (11 games)
62 – Bishop Manogue, 2002 (11 games)
65 – Wooster, 1981 (10 games)

Fewest Points Allowed, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
19 – Boulder City, 1949 (7 games)
36 – Boulder City, 1943 (7 games)
38 – Virgin Valley, 1983 (10 games)
40 – Boulder City, 1945 (7 games)
42 – Pahrump Valley, 1978 (10 games)
48 – Sparks, 1948 (8 games)
49 – Moapa Valley, 1992 (11 games)
50 – Virgin Valley, 1982 (10 games)
58 – Boulder City, 1942 (7 games)
59 – Boulder City, 1944 (7 games)
63 – Truckee, 1998 (12 games)
64 – Elko, 1980 (10 games)

Fewest Points Allowed, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
65 – The Meadows, 2001 (12 games)

Fewest Points Allowed, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
Carlin (8-man), 2002 (10 games)



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Most Shutouts, Season (No. of Games), Division I
9 – McQueen, 2002 (14 games)
9 – Bishop Manogue, 1979 (10 games)
9 – Las Vegas, 1934 (10 games)
8 – Las Vegas, 1944 (8 games)
7 – Bishop Gorman, 2010 (14 games)
7 – Bishop Manogue, 2003 (12 games)
7 – McQueen, 2000 (14 games)
7 – McQueen, 1997 (12 games)
7 – McQueen, 1992 (11 games)
7 – Las Vegas, 1945 (10 games)
7 – Las Vegas, 1932 (9 games)
6 – Bishop Manogue, 2001 (11 games)
6 – McQueen, 1999 (12 games)
6 – Wooster, 1996 (11 games)
6 – McQueen, 1996 (11 games)
6 – Wooster, 1989 (12 games)
6 – Wooster, 1970 (10 games)
6 – Las Vegas, 1931 (9 games)
5 – Wooster, 1994 (12 games)
5 – Wooster, 1986 (12 games)
5 – Wooster, 1985 (12 games)

Most Shutouts, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
6 – Truckee, 1998 (12 games)
6 – Moapa Valley, 1992 (11 games)
6 – Sparks, 1987 (9 games)
6 – Virgin Valley, 1983 (10 games)
5 – Truckee, 1997 (12 games)
5 – Boulder City, 1963 (9 games)

Most Shutouts, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
5 – Pershing County, 2004 (12 games)

Most Shutouts, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
6 – Eureka, (8-man), 1996 (11 games)
5 – Carlin (8-man), 2002 (10 games)







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Most Shutouts, Consecutive, Division I
12 – Las Vegas, (1944-1945)
8 – Bishop Manogue (1979)
8 – Las Vegas (1934)
6 – Las Vegas (1931-1932)
5 – McQueen (2002)
5 – Wooster (1990)
5 – Bishop Manogue (1982)
4 – Bishop Gorman (2010)
4 – Wooster (1993)
4 – Wooster (1986)
4 – Wooster (1982)
3 – Bishop Manogue (2003)
3 – Bishop Manogue (2002)
3 – Wooster (1997)
3 – Wooster (1989)

Most Shutouts, Consecutive, Division I -A
5 – Boulder City (1979)
4 – Truckee (1998)

Most Shutouts, Consecutive, Division I I I
3 – Pershing County (2001)

Most Shutouts, Consecutive, Division I V
N/A


















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Most Fumbles Recovered, Season (No. of Games), Division I
23 – Wooster, 1977 (10 games)
22 – Durango, 2009 (11 games)
22 – Wooster, 1994 (12 games)
20 – Wooster, 1979 (10 games)

Most Fumbles Recovered, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
34 – Virgin Valley, 1985 (10 games)
28 – Virgin Valley, 1970 (10 games)
27 – Virgin Valley, 1983 (10 games)
26 – Virgin Valley, 1984 (10 games)
24 – Virgin Valley, 1991 (11 games)
23 – Virgin Valley, 1981 (11 games)
22 – Virgin Valley, 1997 (12 games)
21 – Virgin Valley, 1996 (12 games)
21 – Virgin Valley, 1975 (9 games)
21 – Virgin Valley, 1974 (10 games)

Most Fumbles Recovered, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
23 – Pershing County, 2004 (12 games)

Most Fumbles Recovered, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
26 – Wells (8-man), 2000 (9 games)
20 – Tonopah (8-man), 2007 (12 games)




















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Most I nterceptions, Season (No. of Games), Division I
26 – Wooster, 1980 (10 games)
22 – Wooster, 2000 (14 games)
22 – Wooster, 1994 (12 games)
21 – Wooster, 1996 (11 games)
18 – Palo Verde, 2008 (15 games)
18 – Bishop Manogue, 2003 (12 games)
17 – Palo Verde, 2006 (13 games)
16 – Palo Verde, 2004 (14 games)
16 – Bishop Manogue, 2002 (11 games)

Most I nterceptions, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
26 – Virgin Valley, 1979 (10 games)
24 – Virgin Valley, 1994 (12 games)
23 – Truckee, 1996 (12 games)
22 – Virgin Valley, 1991 (11 games)
22 – Virgin Valley, 1983 (10 games)
21 – Fernley, 1995 (10 games)
16 – Spring Creek, 2000 (11 games)

Most I nterceptions, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
17 – Battle Mountain, 2001 (12 games)

Most I nterceptions, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
21 – Pahranagat Valley (8-man), 2012 (11 games)
17 – Tonopah, 2008 (12 games)


















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INDIVIDUAL – OFFENSE
“Most” Scored

Most Points Scored, Career, Division I
534 – D’Angelo Jones, Foothill (2003-2006)
468 – Antoine White, Las Vegas, (2001)
372 – Julio Mora, Durango (2008-2010)
242 – Marc Evans, Palo Verde (2003-2004)
230 – Chaz Thomas, Palo Verde (2006-2008)
230 – DeCasio Collins, Canyon Springs (2006-2007)
228 – Juron Criner, Canyon Springs (2006-2007)
228 – Dion Jackson, Valley (2000)
222 – Eric Jordan, Las Vegas (2004)
204 – Mitchell Moore, Hug (2001-2003)

Most Points Scored, Career, Division I -A
558 – James Edwards, Spring Creek (2003-2005)
522 – Jace Billingsley, Lowry (2009-2011)
360 – Brian Adams, Moapa Valley (1998-2000)
272 – Kyle Eklund, Elko (2000-2001)
264 – Myloe Lewis, Cheyenne (2012)
246 – Casey Nelson, Truckee (N/A)
236 – James Van Brunt, Truckee, (1994)
234 – Damien Fertitta, Truckee (N/A)
228 – Evan Birchard, Truckee (1994)
228 – Kraig Hafen, Virgin Valley (1981-1982)
216 – Conner Mortensen, Moapa Valley (2012)
204 – Dave Cobb, Elko (1972-1974)

Most Points Scored, Career, Division I I I
342 – Victor Wright, The Meadows (1996-1998)
240 – Lucas Montes, Pershing County (2004-2005)
258 – Max Newman, The Meadows (2009-2011)
210 – Pat Kenny, The Meadows (2008, 13 games)

Most Points Scored, Career, Division I V
768 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2007-2010)
590 – Jason Peters (8-man), Coleville (2006-2009)
427 – Scott Thibodeaux (8-man), Tonopah (2005-2008)
372 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (1997-2000)
270 – Brady Whipple (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2005-2008)
212 – Mark Kessler (8-man), Wells (2000, 9 games)


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Most Points Scored, Season (No. of Games), Division I
306 – Antoine White, Las Vegas (2001, 14 games)
240 – Powell, Bishop Gorman (2011)
228 – D’Angelo Jones, Foothill (2006, 12 games)
228 – Dion Jackson, Valley (2000, 10 games)
222 – Eric Jordan, Las Vegas (2004, 14 games)
198 – Jordan DeLeon, Reed (2013, 13 games)
198 – Marc Bebout, Wooster (1991, 11 games)
192 – N. Kapeli, Liberty (2011)
192 – Tyler York, McQueen (2008, 15 games)
186 – Nathan Starks, Bishop Gorman (2012, 14 games)
184 – DiMarco Murray, Bishop Gorman (2005, 10 games)
180 – Juron Criner, Canyon Springs (2007)
174 – Isaac Porter, Hug (2004 12 games)
172 – Alex Cater, Silverado (2012, 10 games)
170 – Julio Mora, Durango (2009, 11 games)
170 – Marc Evans, Palo Verde (2004, 14 games)
168 – Ben Barnard, Galena (2013, 11 games)
156 – Jordan, Las Vegas (2003, 14 games)
152 – Jocquez Kalili, Desert Oasis (2013)
150 – Marc Evans, Palo Verde (2004, 14 games)

Most Points Scored, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
264 – Myloe Lewis, Cheyenne (2012, 12 games)
236 – James Van Brunt, Truckee (1994, 12 games)
216 – Conner Mortensen, Moapa Valley (2012, 14 games)
198 – Jace Billingsley, Lowry (2011, 11 games)
187 – James Edwards, Spring Creek (2005)
187 – Damien Fertitta, Truckee (1993, 12 games)
162 – Shane Hickman, Moapa Valley (1995, 12 games)
158 – Kyle Eklund, Elko (2001, 12 games)
158 – Andrew Cross, Truckee (1997, 11 games)
156 – Shane Krumm, Boulder City (1991, 11 games)
150 – Jason Baratcart, Boulder City (1989, 12 games)

Most Points Scored, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
210 – Pat Kenny, The Meadows (2008, 13 games)
200 – Polsen, Pahranagat Valley (2011)
199 – Matthew Larson, Mountain View (2012, 13 games)
174 – Lucas Montes, Pershing County (2005, 13 games)
166 – Lucas Montes, Pershing County (2004, 12 games)



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Most Points Scored, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
252 – Scott Thibodeaux (8-man), Tonopah (2008, 12 games)
246 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2010, 12 games)
222 – Bradu Whipple (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2008, 12 games)
212 – Matt Kessler (8-man), Wells (2000, 9 games)
202 – Williams, Springs Mountain (2011)
196 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (2000, 9 games)
196 – Serjio Chavez (8-man), Round Mountain (2012, 10 games)
185 – Chance Kretschmer, Tonopah (1998, 10 games)
184 – Denver Otteson, Tonopah (2008, 12 games)
182 – Davy Holt, Coleville (1974)
182 – Arnie Zimmerman, McDermitt (1969)
180 – Wade Leavitt, Pahranagat Valley (2013, 12 games)
176 – T. Higbee, Pahranagat Valley (2011)
172 – Mike Sallee, Wells (1969)
166 – Duffy Otteson, Tonopah (2004, 11 games)

Most Touchdowns Scored, Career, Division I
88 – D’Angelo Jones, Foothill (2003-2006)
78 – Antoine White, Las Vegas (2000-2001)
58 – Julio Mora, Durango (2008-2010)
52 – Isaac Porter, Hug (2002-2004)
39 – Marc Evans, Palo Verde (2003-2004)
38 – Dion Jackson, Valley (2000)
37 – Chaz Thomas, Palo Verde (2006-2008)
37 – Eric Jordan, Las Vegas, (2004)
36 – Juron Criner, Canyon Springs (2006-2007)
34 – DeCasio Collins, Canyon Springs (2005-2007)
33 – Marc Bebout, Wooster, (1990)
32 – Tyler York, McQueen (2008)
31 – Nathan Starks, Bishop Gorman (2012)
30 – Mitchell Moore, Hug (2001-2003)












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Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored, Career, Division I
74 – Antoine White, Las Vegas (2000-2001)
53 – Julio Mora, Durango (2008-2010)
51 – D’Angelo Jones, Foothill (2003-2005)
48 – Isaac Porter, Hug (2002-2004)
37 – Eric Jordan, Las Vegas (2004)
35 – Chaz Thomas, Palo Verde (2006-2008)
32 – Tyler York, McQueen (2008)
32 – Marc Evans, Palo Verde (2003-2004)

Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored, Career, Division I -A
66 – Jace Billingsley, Lowry (2009-2011)
51 – Brian Adams, Moapa Valley (1998-2000)
39 – Myloe Lewis, Cheyenne (2012)
36 – James Van Brunt, Truckee (1994)
33 – Shane Hickman, Moapa Valley (1994-1995)

Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored, Career, Division I I I
53 – Lucas Montes, Pershing County (2004-2005)

Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored, Career, Division I V
87 – James Edwards, Spring Creek (2003-2005)
76 – Jason Peters (8-man), Coleville (2006-2009)
61 – Scott Thibodaux (8-man), Tonopah (2005-2008)
59 – Brady Whipple (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2005-2008)
48 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (1997-2000)
31 – Chris Perdue (8-man), Coleville (1991, 11 games)

















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Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored, Season (No. of Games), Division I
48 – Antoine White, Las Vegas (2001, 14 games)
45 – D’Andelo Jones, Foothill (2004, 12 games)
37 – Eric Jordan, Las Vegas (2004, 14 games)
36 – Powell, Bishop Gorman (2011)
33 – Jordan DeLeon, Reed (2013, 13 games)
32 – Tyler York, McQueen (2008, 15 games)
30 – N. Kapeli, Liberty (2011)
29 – Isaac Porter, Hug (2004, 12 games)
27 – Julio Mora, Durango (2009, 11 games)
27 – Nathan Starks, Bishop Gorman (2012, 14 games)
26 – Alex Cater, Silverado (2012, 10 games)
25 – Brandon Wright, Palo Verde (2010, 13 games)
24 – Lomax, Las Vegas (2005, 14 games)
23 – Jocquez Kalili, Desert Oasis (2013)
23 – Julio Mora, Durango (2010, 11 games)
22 – DiMarco Murray, Bishop Gorman (2005, 11 games)
21 – Marc Evans, Palo Verde (2004, 14 games)
21 – Kenny Viser, Bishop Manogue (2003, 12 games)
21 – Ed Cortez, McQueen (2002, 14 games)
20 – Ben Barnard, Galena (2013, 11 games)
19 – Hunter Fralick, Spanish Springs (2013, 10 games)
19 – Matt Marner, McQueen (2002, 14 games)
18 – Donnel Pumphrey, Canyon Springs (2012, 11 games)
18 – Chris Marshall, Del Sol (2010, 11 games)
18 – Chaz Thomas, Palo Verde (2007, 13 games)
18 – Robert Thomas, Bonanza (1996, 11 games)
17 – Cody McElroy, Bishop Manogue (2002, 11 games)
















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Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
39 – Myloe Lewis, Cheyenne (2012, 12 games)
36 – James Van Brunt, Truckee (1994, 12 games)
35 – Cornell Johnson, Desert Pines (2002, 14 games)
32 – Conner Mortensen, Moapa Valley (2012, 14 games)
31 – James Edwards, Spring Creek (2005)
30 – Jace Billingsley, Lowry (2012, 12 games)
26 – Francisco Lievanos, Elko (2011, 10 games)
24 – Grant Swinney, South Tahoe (2003, 11 games)
23 – Kraig Hafen, Virgin Valley (1983, N/A)
22 – Andrew Cross, Truckee (1997, 11 games)
21 – Shane Hickman, Moapa Valley (1995, N/A)
21 – Damien Fertitta, Truckee (1993, 12 games)
21 – Rod Leavitt, Moapa Valley (1977, N/A)
21 – Richard Lewis, Moapa Valley (1973, N/A)
21 – David Waymire, Moapa Valley (1960, N/A)
20 – Keenan Smith, Faith Lutheran (2013)
19 – Trent Tarner, Churchill County (2013, 12 games)
19 – Joe Bowers, Fernley (1996, 11 games)
19 – Chris Jackson, Clark (2010, 10 games)
18 – Sam Dodd, Virgin Valley (1997, N/A)
18 – Joey Bowley, Virgin Valley (1981, N/A)
18 – Antonio Thomas, Chaparral (2012, 9 games)
17 – McCloud, Chaparral (2007)
17 – Nick Smith, Truckee (2003, 11 games)
17 – Anthony DeHerrera, Spring Creek (2001, 10 games)
17 – Kim Nielson, Virgin Valley (1979, N/A)

Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
29 – Lucas Montes, Pershing County (2005, 13 games)
25 – Marcus Tippens, Pershing County (2011, 12 games)
24 – Lucas Montes, Pershing County (2004, 12 games)
22 – Matthew Larson, Mountain View (2012, 13 games)
19 – Jacob Flores, Pershing County (2013, 8 games)
18 -- Bryson Navallo, The Meadows (2013)
18 – Kobe Williams, Agassi Prep (2013)
18 – DeVonn Porter, Agassi Prep (2010, 10 games)

Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
37 – Buh Hamilton (8-man), Coleville (2010, 12 games)
34 – Scott Thibodeaux (8-man), Tonopah (2008, 12 games)
31 – Chris Perdue (8-man), Coleville (1991, 11 games)
30 – Brady Whipple (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2008, 12 games)
24 – Seth Littlefield (8-man), Tonopah (2012, 10 games)
23 – Scott Thibodeaux (8-man), Tonopah (2007, 12 games)
23 – Duffy Otteson, Tonopah (2004, 11 games)
23 – Serjio Chavez (8-man), Round Mountain (2012, 10 games)
20 – Adam Reinke (8-man), Indian Springs (2010, 10 games)
20 – Mark Kessler (8-man), Wells (2000, 9 games)
19 – C.J. Urie (8-man), Carlin (2007, 12 games)
19 – Marcus Thomas (8-man), Spring Mountain (2012, 11 games)
18 – William Vea (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2005, 12 games)
17 – Matt Misener, Tonopah (2013)

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Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored, Game, Division I
8 – Antoine White, Las Vegas (2001 vs. N/A)
5 – Julio Mora, Durango (2009 vs. Pahrump Valley, 2010 vs. Spring Valley)
5 – DeMarco Murray, Bishop Gorman (2003 vs. Bonanza)
5 – Isaac Porter, Hug (2002 vs. South Tahoe)

Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored, Game, Division I -A
7 – Myloe Lewis, Cheyenne (2012 vs. Western)
6 – Dale Tobler, Virgin Valley (1975 vs. Tonopah)
5 – Francisco Lievanos, Elko (2011 vs. South Tahoe)
5 – Jace Billingsley, Lowry (2010 vs. Fernley)

Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored, Game, Division I I I
N/A

Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored, Game, Division I V
7 – Scott Thibodaux (8-man), Tonopah (2008 vs. Carlin)
7 – Matt Hussman (8-man), Coleville (1993 vs. Gabbs)
6 – Jake Thomas (8-man), Owyhee (2000 vs. Jackpot)
6 – Dion Frazier, Carlin (1957 vs. Battle Mountain)
5 – Duffy Otteson, Tonopah (2004 vs. Beatty)













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Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Career, Division I
138 – Jarrett Solomon, Bishop Gorman (2009-2012)
77 – Devonte Christopher, Canyon Springs (2006-2007)
47 – Anthony Marini, Las Vegas (1998-1999)
43 – A.J. Silva, Reed (2011)
42 – Nick Butera, Bishop Gorman (1980-1982)
32 – Kevin Lucero, Coronado (2012)
30 – Chase Roberts, Durango (2008-2010)
27 – Thomas Peregrin, Bishop Manogue (2002-2003)
27 – Jeff Rowe, McQueen (2001)

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Career, Division I -A
56 – Travis Wood, Dayton (2004-2006)
54 – Morgan Dirickson, Churchill County (2012-2013)
53 – Joe Portaro, Faith Lutheran (2008-2010, 29 games)
44 – Kevis Schlesinger, Truckee (2000-2002)
42 – Mark Kase, Moapa Valley (1973-1975)
39 – Steve Henderson, Fernley (1996-1998)
33 – Scott Brotherson, Virgin Valley (1983)
27 – Matt Lambeth, Fernley (1999-2001)
26 – Chris Gerdin, Truckee (1996-1998)
25 – Matt Chism, Virgin Valley (1991)
24 – Michael Brouse, Spring Creek (2000-2002)
24 – Josh Brouse, Spring Creek (1996-1998)

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Career, Division I I I
31 – Jake Radford, Battle Mountain (2005)
28 – Matt Harris, The Meadows (1999)

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Career, Division I V
158 – Jason Peters (8-man), Coleville (2006-2009)
78 – Mitchell Lehner, Tonopah (2004-2006)
68 – Taylor Poulsen (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2007-2008)
43 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (1997-2000)
34 – Austin Poulsen (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2012)
25 – Tim Rush, Coleville (1974)








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Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Season (No. of Games), Division I
44 – Devonte Christopher, Canyon Springs (2007)
43 – A.J. Silva, Reed (2011)
42 – Tyler Newman, Liberty (2013)
38 – Jarrett Solomon, Bishop Gorman (2010, 14 games)
37 – Jarrett Solomon, Bishop Gorman (2012, 14 games)
37 – Drew Doxtator, Foothill (2011)
36 – Jarrett Solomon, Bishop Gorman (2011)
34 – Christian Lopez, Green Valley (2013)
32 – Kevin Lucero, Coronado (2012, 12 games)
31 – Christopher Denn, Reed (2013, 14 games)
28 – Trevor Swenson, Las Vegas (2013)
28 – Anthony Marini, Las Vegas (1999, 12 games)
27 – Jeff Rowe, McQueen (2001, 14 games)
26 – Hasaan Henderson, Las Vegas (2010, 13 games)
25 – Iquan Corsey, Desert Pines (2013)
25 – Thomas Peregrin, Bishop Manogue (2003, 12 games)
25 – Jaylen Rose, Basic (2012, 10 games)
24 – Brock Raggio, Galena (2013, 11 games)
21 – Drew Doxtator, Foothill (2013)
21 – Parker Riggin, Foothill (2010, 12 games)
21 – Zach Borba, McQueen (2002, 14 games)
21 – Marcel Johnson, Desert Pines (2002, 14 games)
20 – Kyle Daugherty, Damonte Ranch (2013, 11 games)
20 – Parker Rost, Palo Verde (2012, 12 games)
19 – Barrera, Bishop Gorman (2007, 15 games)
19 – Nick Butera, Bishop Gorman (1982, 12 games)
18 – Sterling Sprau, Bonanza (2010, 10 games)
18 – C. Montano, Basic (2003, 11 games)
18 – Christian Lopez, Green Valley (2012, 11 games)
17 – Chase Roberts, Durango (2010, 11 games)
17 – Kelly Zurowski, Palo Verde (2008, 15 games)
17 – McManus, Coronado (2007)
17 – Ross, Basic (2007)
17 – Darryl Feemster, Hug (2005, 14 games)
17 – Parker, Canyon Springs (2005, 10 games)
17 – Dion Jackson, Valley (2000, 10 games)
17 – Drew Doxtator, Foothill (2012, 10 games)






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Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
33 – Scott Brotherson, Virgin Valley (1983, 10 games)
32 – Morgan Dirickson, Churchill County (2013, 13 games)
30 – Garrett Leavitt, Virgin Valley (2013)
25 – Zach Hymas, Moapa Valley (2013)
25 – Matt Chism, Virgin Valley (1991, 10 games)
24 – Joe Portaro, Faith Lutheran (2010, 10 games)
22 – Hunter Triiplett, Wooster (2013, 9 games)
20 – Courtney May, Moapa Valley (1999, 11 games)
20 – Nick Bowler, Moapa Valley (1967, 10 games)
19 – Chris Cooper, Truckee (1993, 12 games)
18 – Max Jenkins, Moapa Valley (2007, 13 games)
18 – Paul Tierney, Truckee (2003, 11 games)
18 – Kris Rendon, Truckee (1996, 12 games)
18 – John Taylen, Fernley (1995, 10 games)
18 – Alf Frehner, Virgin Valley (1970, 10 games)
18 – Greg Benson, Faith Lutheran (2012, 10 games)
17 – Sample, Western (2005, 10 games)
17 – Kevin Schlesinger, Truckee (2002, 12 games)
17 – Chris Gerdin, Truckee (1998, 12 games)

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
32 – Garrett Gosse, The Meadows (2011)
31 – Jake Radford, Battle Mountain (2005, 10 games)
28 – T.J. Engel, Mountain View (2010, 13 games)
28 – Matt Harris, The Meadows (1999, 11 games)
27 – Garrett Gosse, The Meadows (2010, 10 games)
18 – Billy Freeman, North Tahoe (2000, 10 games)

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
59 – Jason Peters (8-man), Coleville (2008, 10 games)
44 – Mitch Lehner (8-man), Tonopah (2006, 11 games)
36 – Cody Hosier (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2010, 12 games)
32 – Poulsen, Pahranagat Valley (2011)
32 – Taylor Poulsen (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2008, 12 games)
25 – Tm Rush, Coleville (1974)
23 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (2000, 9 games)

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Season, Division I V
38 – Tabor Maxwell, Pahranagat Valley (2013, 12 games)
34 – Austin Poulsen (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2012, 11 games)
28 – Joshua Banasiak, Spring Mountain (2013)
24 – Marcus Thomas (8-man), Spring Mountain (2012, 11 games)

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Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Game, Division I
9 – Tyler Newman, Liberty (2013 vs. Del Sol)
9 – Bong Kuk Pak, Las Vegas (1993 vs. Valley)
6 – Devonte Christopher, Canyon Springs (2007 vs. Valley)

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Game, Division I -A
7 – Morgan Dirickson, Churchill County (2013 vs. Elko)
6 – Scott Brotherson, Virgin Valley (1983 vs. Beatty)

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Game, Division I I I
7 – Jake Radford, Battle Mountain (2005 vs. Whittell)

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Game, Division I V
10 – Jason Peters (8-man), Coleville (2008 vs. Smith Valley, 2008 vs. Pahranagat Valley)
8 – Mitch Lehner, Tonopah (2006 vs. Carlin)
6 – Cody Josier, Pahranagat Valley (2010 vs. Indian Springs, 2010 vs. Carlin)
6 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (2000 vs. Eureka)
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Most Touchdowns Scored Receiving, Career, Division I
33 – Juron Criner, Canyon Springs (2006-2007)
18 – Harry Mills, Las Vegas (1998-1999)
18 – Devonte Boyd, Basic (2012)

Most Touchdowns Scored Receiving, Career, Division I -A
27 – Don Pearson, Faith Lutheran (2008-2010, 29 games)
24 – Ryan Demont, Truckee (1994-1996)
16 – Boomer Taylen, Fernley (1994-1996)

Most Touchdowns Scored Receiving, Career, Division I I I
38 – Max Newman, The Meadows (2009-2011)
16 – Jeff Downer, The Meadows (1999-2000)

Most Touchdowns Scored Receiving, Career, Division I V
84 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2007-2010)
31 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2008)
26 – Brady Whipple (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2005-2008)
19 – Adam Blount (8-man), Coleville (1997-2000)
18 – Justin Jacobucci (8-man), Wells (2001, 9 games)





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Most Touchdowns Scored Receiving, Season (No. of Games), Division I
25 – Juron Criner, Canyon Springs (2007)
20 – Trae Wells, Reed (2013, 14 games)
18 – Kyle Keplinger, Foothill (2011)
18 – Devonte Boyd, Basic (2012, 10 games)
16 – Cameron Rogers, Las Vegas (2010, 13 games)
15 – Aaron Zanin-Banks, Las Vegas (2013)
15 – Desean Martin, Bonanza (2010, 10 games)
14 – Ryan Smith, Bishop Gorman (2010, 14 games)
14 – DeShawn Stewart, Canyon Springs (2007)
14 – Ryan Smith, Bishop Gorman (2012, 14 games)
14 – Deseon McQuaig, Liberty (2013, 14 games)
13 – Raveon Samuel, Canyon Springs (2006)
13 – Ryan Beaulieu, Palo Verde (2012, 12 games)
13 – Jamir Tillman, Bishop Gorman (2012, 14 games)
12 – Jake Ortale, Palo Verde (2013)
11 – Giovanni Hernandez, Green Valley (2013)
11 – Tim Hough, Desert Pines (2013)
11 – Stanley Copeland, Las Vegas (1999, 12 games)
11 – Harry Mills, Las Vegas (1999, 12 games)
10 – Gehrig Parks, Spanish Springs (2013, 10 games)
10 – David Persi, Foothill (2013, 10 games)
10 – Markus Varner, Green Valley (2013)
10 – Dayton Hendricks, Hug (1999, 9 games)
10 – Jackson Cofer, Coronado (2012, 12 games)

Most Touchdowns Scored Receiving, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
15 – Cameron Matzen, Churchill County (2013, 13 games)
12 – Don Pearson, Faith Lutheran (2008, 10 games)
12 – Cliff Hughes, Virgin Valley (1970, N/A)
11 – Daniel Gleave, Virgin Valley (2010, 10 games)
11 – Payne, Western (2005, 10 games)
11 – Jaime Maehler, Truckee (2003, 11 games)
11 – Michael Attig, Moapa Valley (2000, N/A)
11 – Ryan Demont, Truckee (1995, N/A)
10 – Vinny DeGeorge, Faith Lutheran (2013, 14 games)
10 – Dillon Graves, Virgin Valley (2013)

Most Touchdowns Scored Receiving, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
17 – Max Newman, The Meadows (2011, 10 games)
16 – Justyn Anderson, Mountain View (2010, 13 games)
12 – Aaron Dean, Lake Mead (2002, 9 games)
11 – Austyn Brown, The Meadows (2010, 10 games)
10 – Jeff Downer, The Meadows (2000, N/A)
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Most Touchdowns Scored Receiving, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
31 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2008, 9 games)
19 – Kale Leavitt (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2010, 12 games)
18 – Justin Jacobucci (8-man), Wells (2001, 9 games)
17 – Freeman, Spring Mountain (2011)
16 – Valmir Bojku, Spring Mountain (2013)
16 – Cade Wadsworth, Pahranagat Valley (2011)
16 – Brady Whipple (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2008, 12 games)
13 – Tyler Higbee (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2010, 12 games)
12 – Anthony Danks (8-man), Carlin (2007, 12 games)
12 – Adam Blount (8-man), Coleville (2000 N/A)
11 – Wade Leavitt, Pahranagat Valley (2013)

Most Touchdowns Scored Receiving, Game, Division I
5 – Jewel Williams, Las Vegas (1993 vs. Valley)

Most Touchdowns Scored Receiving, Game, Division I -A
N/A

Most Touchdowns Scored Receiving, Game, Division I I I
N/A

Most Touchdowns Scored Receiving, Game, Division I V
8 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2008 vs. Pahranagat Valley)
5 – Justin Jacobucci (8-man), Wells (2001 vs. Coleville)



















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FIELD GOALS

Most Field Goals Made, Career, Division I
28 – Mike Biselli, Reed (N/A)

Most Field Goals Made, Career, Division I -A
16 – Tim Gilligan, Jr., Elko (1997-1998)
16 – Darrin Glass, Elko (1993-1994)

Most Field Goals Made, Career, Division I I I
N/A

Most Field Goals Made, Career, Division I V
N/A

Most Field Goals Made, Season (No. of Games), Division I
12 – Clint Stitser, McQueen (2001, 14 games)
10 – Austin Pacheco, Carson (2010, 9 games)

Most Field Goals Made, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
10 – Tim Gilligan, Jr., Elko (1998, 12 games)
9 – Trent Dolby, Faith Lutheran (2013, 14 games)

Most Field Goals Made, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
N/A

Most Field Goals Made, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
N/A

Most Field Goals Made, Game, Division I
4 – Braden Williams, Shadow Ridge (2010 vs. Chaparral)
3 – Collin Ditsworth, Bishop Gorman (2010 vs. Hamilton, AZ)
3 – Austin Pacheco, Carson (2010 vs. Douglas)

Most Field Goals Made, Game, Division I -A
4 – Darrin Glass, Elko (1993 vs. Reno)
3 – Shane Goodale, Lowry (2004 vs. Damonte Ranch)
3 – Dan Ponder, Fernley (1996 vs. North Tahoe)

Most Field Goals Made, Game, Division I I I
N/A

Most Field Goals Made, Game, Division I
N/A
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“Most” Yards Gained

Most Total Net Yards, Career, Division I
5,128 – Antoine White, Las Vegas (2000-2001)
4,600 – Julio Mora, Durango (2008-2010)
4,582 – Nick Butera, Bishop Gorman (1980-1982)
4,299 – Chase Roberts, Durango (2008-2010)
3,293 – D’Angelo Jones, Foothill (2003-2004)
3,268 – Mitchell Moore, Hug (2001-2003)
3,326 – Sam Butera, Bishop Gorman (1974-1976)
3,160 – Chaz Thomas, Palo Verde (2006-2008)
3,118 – Dion Jackson, Valley (2000)
2,663 – Michael Tagliaferri, Centennial (2006, 11 games)
2,547 – Juron Criner, Canyon Springs (2006-2007)
2,442 – Isaac Porter, Hug (2004, 12 games)

Most Total Net Yards, Career, Division I -A
7,928 – James Edwards, Spring Creek (2003-2005)
6,875 – Jace Billingsley, Lowry (2009-2011)
6,447 – Joe Portaro, Faith Lutheran (2008-2010, 29 games)
6,338 – Kevin Schlesinger, Truckee (2000-2002)
5,106 – Matt Lambeth, Fernley (1999-2001)
3,454 – Jimmy Sprague, Moapa Valley (1983-1985)
3,334 – Alex Jensen, Virgin Valley (1977-1979)
3,245 – Don Pearson, Faith Lutheran (2008-2010, 29 games)
3,238 – Zach Shoemaker, Spring Creek (1998-2000)
2,722 – Anthony DeHerrera, Spring Creek (1999-2001)
2,631 – James Van Brunt, Truckee (1994)
2,566 – Myloe Lewis, Cheyenne (2012)
2,550 – Paul Tierney, Truckee (2003, 11 games)
2,522 – Kim Nielson, Virgin Valley (1977, 1979)
2,515 – Dave Cobb, Elko (1972-1974)
2,487 – Shane Hickman, Moapa Valley (1994-1995)
2,384 – Tim Gilligan, Elko (1966-1968)
2,349 – Chuck Armuth, Elko (1951-1953)

Most Total Net Yards, Career, Division I I I
4,958 – Victor Wright, The Meadows (1996-1998)
2,874 – Pat Curran, The Meadows (1999-2000)
2,812 – Max Newman, The Meadows (2009-2011)




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Most Total Net Yards, Career, Division I V
12,917 – Jason Peters (8-man), Coleville (2006-2009)
7,010 – Chance Kretschmer, Tonopah (1996-1999)
7,002 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (1997-2000)
4,367 – Brady Whipple (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2005-2008)
2,993 – Duffy Otteson, Tonopah (2001-2004)
2,800 – Marcus Thomas (8-man), Spring Mountain (2012)
2,383 – Mark Kessler (8-man), Wells (2000)

Most Total Net Yards, Season (No. of Games), Division I
3,118 – Dion Jackson, Valley (2000, 10 games)
3,107 – Antoine White, Las Vegas (2001, 14 games)
2,663 – Michael Tagliaferri, Centennial (2006, 11 games)
2,566 – Myloe Lewis, Cheyenne (2012, 12 games)
2,442 – Isaac Porter, Hug (2004, 12 gameS)
2,383 – N. Kapeli, Liberty (2011)
2,358 – Robert Thomas, Bonanza (1996, 11 games)
2,302 – Powell, Bishop Gorman (2011)
2,186 – Nick Butera, Bishop Gorman (1982, 12 games)
2,114 – Julio Mora, Durango (2010, 11 games)
1,956 – Mitchell Moore, Hug (2003, 11 games)
1,953 – Jeff Rowe, McQueen (2001, 14 games)
1,933 – Scott Conrad, Wooster (1985, 12 games)

Most Total Net Yards, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
3,145 – Joe Portaro, Faith Lutheran (2010, 10 games)
3,003 – James Edwards, Spring Creek (2004, 11 games)
2,854 – Kevin Schlesinger, Truckee (2002, 12 games)
2,852 – Jace Billilngsley, Lowry (2010, 11 games)
2,631 – James Van Brunt, Truckee (1994, 12 games)
2,550 – Paul Tierney, Truckee (2003, 11 games)
2,276 – Anthony DeHerrera, Spring Creek (2001, 10 games)
2,167 – Josh Wilson, Truckee (1998, 12 games)
2,153 – Matt Lambeth, Fernley (2001, 9 games)
2,074 – Alex Jensen, Virgin Valley (1979, 10 games)
2,073 – Bill McCormick, Boulder City (1961, 10 games)
2,056 – Grant Swinney, South Tahoe (2003, 11 games)
1,903 – Jason Baratcart, Boulder City (1989, 12 games)

Most Total Net Yards, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
2,372 – Pat Curran, The Meadows (2000, 11 games)
2,013 – Lucas Montes, Pershing County (2004, 12 games)


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Most Total Net Yards, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
4,650 – Jason Peters (8-man), Coleville (2008, 10 games)
3,820 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (2000, N/A)
2,800 – Marcus Thomas (8-man), Spring Mountain (2012, 11 games)
2,727 – Austin Poulsen (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2012, 11 games)
2,215 – Chance Kretschmer, Tonopah (1998, 10 games)
2,189 – Duffy Otteson, Tonopah (2004, 11 games)

Most Total New Yards, Game, Division I
536 – Robert Thomas, Bonanza (1996 vs. Silverado)
335 – Bart Hendricks, Hug (1995 vs. Churchill County)
324 – Mark Rose, Basic (2000 vs. Silverado)
310 – Shane Gilligan, (1997 vs. Douglas)

Most Total New Yards, Game, Division I -A
366 – Paul Tierney, Truckee (2003 vs. Sparks)
351 – Alex Jensen, Virgin Valley (1979 vs. Lincoln County)
347 – Matt Lambeth, Fernley (2001 vs. Truckee)
340 – James Edwards, Spring Creek (2004 vs. North Tahoe)
336 – Jace Billilngsley, Lowry (2011 vs. Battle Mountain); 321 in 2010 vs. Fernley
335 – Jarod Mosier, Elko (1996 vs. Sparks)
331 – Dennis Tafoya, Elko (1982 vs. Battle Mountain)
316 – Alex Jensen, Virgin Valley (1979 vs. Tonopah)
310 – Mac Hearon, Elko (1975 vs. Mineral County)

Most Total New Yards, Game, Division I I I
*607 – Chad Bolton (8-man), Lake Mead (2002 vs. Mountain View)
*492 – Shedrick McClenton (8-man), Mountain View (2002 vs. Lake Mead)
401 – Neil Barksfull, Battle Mountain (1957 vs. Carlin)
321 – Max Newman, The Meadows (2011 vs. White Pine)
320 – Victor Wright, The Meadows (1997 vs. Needles)
*Game played on full-size (11-man) field.

Most Total New Yards, Game, Division I V
606 – Jason Peters (8-man), Coleville (2008 vs. Smith Valley )
546 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (2000 vs. McDermitt)
543 – Diego Tovar, Coleville (2005 vs. Pyramid Lake)
519 – Brady Whipple (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2008 vs. Coleville)
490 – Mark Kessler (8-man), Wells (2000 vs. Pahranagat Valley)
378 – Duffy Otteson, Tonopah (2004 vs. Laughlin)
350 – Bret Swanson, Gabbs (1976 vs. Eureka)
316 – Chance Kretschmer, Tonopah (1998 vs. Independence)


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Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Career, Division I
7,860 – D’Angelo Jones, Foothill (2003-2006)
4,965 – Antoine White, Las Vegas (2000-2001)
4,889 – Eric Jordan, Las Vegas (2002-2004)
4,058 – Julio Mora, Durango (2008-2010)
3,326 – Sam Butera, Bishop Gorman (1974-1976)
3,318 – Mitch Jones, Wooster (1995-1997)
2,934 – Chaz Thomas, Palo Verde (2006-2008)
2,407 – DeCasio Collins, Canyon Springs (2005-2007)
2,298 – Alex Cater, Silverado (2012) ** only one season
2,175 – Robert Thomas, Bonanza (1996)

Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Career, Division I -A
7,728 – James Edwards, Spring Creek (2003-2005)
5,666 – Jace Billingsley, Lowry (2009-2011)
3,454 – Jimmy Sprague, Moapa Valley (1983-1985)
3,096 – Zach Shoemaker, Spring Creek (1998-2000)
2,487 – Shane Hickman, Moapa Valley (1994-1995)
2,480 – Dave Cobb, Elko (1972-1974)
2,435 – Myloe Lewis, Cheyenne (2012)
2,387 – Kim Nielson, Virgin Valley (1977, 1979)
2,337 – James Van Brunt, Truckee (1994)
2,192 – Anthony DeHerrera, Spring Creek (1999-2001)
2,036 – Francisco Lievanos, Elko (2010-2011)

Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Career, Division I I I
3,936 – Shedrick McClenton, Mountain View (1999-2002)
3,872 – Lacy Kind, Mountain View (1997-2000)
3,680 – Lucas Montes, Pershing County (2003-2005)

Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Career, Division I V
5,021 – Chance Kretschmer, Tonopah (1996-1999)
4,056 – Jason Peters (8-man), Coleville (2008)
4,012 – Shane Moody, Eureka (2002-2005)
3,105 – Scott Thibodeaux, Tonopah (2005-2008)
3,025 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (1997-2000)








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Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Season (No. of Games), Division I
2,949 – Antoine White, Las Vegas (2001, 14 games)
2,658 – Eric Jordan, Las Vegas (2004, 14 games)
2,511 – D’Angelo Jones, Foothill (2006, 12 games)
2,383 – B. Kapeli, Liberty (2011)
2,302 – Shaquille Powell, Bishop Gorman (2011)
2,298 – Alex Cater, Silverado (2012, 10 games)
2,175 – Robert Thomas, Bonanza (1996, 11 games)
2,049 – Jamal Lomax, Las Vegas (2005, 15 games)
2,044 – Isaac Porter, Hug (2004, 12 games)
2,002 – Kerwynn Williams, Las Vegas (2008, 13 games)
1,954 – Stephen Nixon, Cimarron-Memorial (2008, 13 games)
1,945 – D’Angelo Jones, Foothill (2004, 10 games)
1,903 – Tyler York, McQueen (2008, 15 games)
1,821 – Nathan Starks, Bishop Gorman (2012, 14 games)
1,815 – Julio Mora, Durango (2009, 11 games)
1,802 – Chaz Thomas, Palo Verde (2008, 15 games)
1,796 – Ryan Lammle, Reed (2004, 10 games)
1,794 – Jordan DeLeon, Reed (2013, 14 games)
1,778 – Derek Eamon, Del Sol (2008, 11 games)
1,775 – Mike Kanellis, Spanish Springs (2004, 10 games)
1,769 – Frank Satterfield, Green Valley (2007)
1,764 – Eric Jordan, Las Vegas (2003, 14 games)
1,751 – Chris Marshall, Del Sol (2010, 11 games)
1,736 – Ben Barnard, Galena (2013, 11 games)
1,732 – McMillan, Silverado (2007)
1,710 – Julio Mora, Durango (2010, 11 games)
1,700 – Wide, Cimarron-Memorial (2006, 11 games)
1,672 – Charles Julian, Legacy (2012, 10 games)
1,650 – Jason Davis, Reed (2002, 9 games)
1,634 – Spike Agosta, Douglas (2004, 9 games)
1,633 – Jocquez Kalili, Desert Oasis (2013)
1,632 – Brandon Wright, Palo Verde (2010, 13 games)
1,622 – Marc Bebout, Wooster (1990, 11 games)

Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
2,993 – James Edwards, Spring Creek (2004, 11 games)
2,435 – Myloe Lewis, Cheyenne (2012, 12 games)
2,387 – Jace Billingsley, Lowry (2011, 10 games)
2,337 – James Van Brunt, Truckee (1994, 12 games)
2,056 – Grant Swinney, South Tahoe (2003, 11 games)
1,966 – Cornell Johnson, Desert Pines (2002, 14 games)
1,957 – Anthony DeHerrera, Spring Creek (2001, 10 games)
1,917 – Francisco Lievanos, Elko (2011, 10 games)
1,857 – Jason Baratcart, Boulder City (1988, 10 games)
1,815 – Brad Weiss, Moapa Valley (2008, 13 games)
1,795 – Conner Mortensen, Moapa Valley (2012, 14 games)
1,754 – Grant Swinney, South Tahoe (2003, 11 games)
1,666 – Foa Sofara, Wooster (2013, 9 games)
1,638 – Josh Wilson, Truckee (1998, 12 games)
1,627 – Austin Fletcher, Dayton (2013, 10 games)
1,603 – Shane Hickman, Moapa Valley (1995, 12 games)

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Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
2,219 – Lucas Montes, Pershing County (2005, 13 games)
1,974 – Pat Curran, The Meadows (2000, 11 games)
1,953 – Che Walker, North Tahoe (1993, 12 games)
1,931 – Lucas Montes, Pershing County (2004, 12 games)
1,876 – Matthew Larson, Mountain View (2012, 13 games)
1,852 – Victor Wright, The Meadows (1998, 11 games)
1,749 – Alex Woods, Incline (2006, 10 games)
1,740 – Lacy King, Mountain View (2000, N/A)
1,711 – Cortland LeBoeuf, Mountain View (2009, 12 games, 166 carries)
1,676 – Jeremy Hudson, Pershing County (2002, 11 games)
1,616 – Tom Rector, Pershing County (2003, 9 games)

Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
2,311 – Buh Hamilton (8-man), Coleville (2010, 12 games)
2,047 – Chance Kretschmer, Tonopah (1998, 10 games)
1,896 – Chris Perdue (8-man), Coleville (1991, 11 games)
1,766 – Scott Thibodeaux, Tonopah (2008, 12 games)
1,717 – Omege Faga (8-man), Indian Springs (2002, 11 games)
1,605 – Aaron Bond (8-man), Eureka (2006, 10 games)















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Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Game, Division I
533 – Mike Kanellis, Spanish Springs (2004 vs. South Tahoe)
412 – Derek Eamon, Del Sol (2008 vs. Basic)
409 – Robert Thomas, Bonanza (1996 vs. Silverado)
373 – Tim Maloy, Reno (1974 vs. Mineral County)
335 – Kyle McFadden, Durango (2003 vs. Bonanza)
323 – Christian Brown, Cimarron-Memorial (2010 vs. Faith Lutheran)
321 – Chris Marshall, Del Sol (2010 vs. Clark)
312 – Isaac Porter, Hug (2004 vs. Truckee)
301 – Damian Rivadeneyra, Galena (2000 vs. Hug)
299 – Jason Davis, Reed (2002 vs. Sparks)
292 – Brandon Wright, Palo Verde (2010 vs. Green Valley)
288 – Roderick Eason, Arbor View (2010 vs. Faith Lutheran)
280 – Chris Marshall, Del Sol (2010 vs. Liberty)
279 – Julio Mora, Durango (2009 vs. Pahrump Valley, 2010 vs. Bonanza)
276 – Christian Brown, Cimarron-Memorial (2010 vs. Mojave)
274 – Jake Longero, Carson (1951 vs. Bishop Manogue)
273 – DeMarco Murray, Bishop Gorman (2003 vs. Bonanza)
255 – Abner Lopez, Hug (1999 vs. Churchill County)
253 – Brandon Andrews, Desert Oasis (2010 vs. Durango)
252 – Christian Rodriguez, Arbor View (2010 vs. Faith Lutheran)
248 – Chaz Thomas, Palo Verde (2008 vs. Centennial)
247 – Chris Kotter, Carson (2002 vs. Churchill County)
241 – Shaquille Powell, Bishop Gorman (2010 vs. Del Oro, CA)

Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Game, Division I -A
382 – Donte Minton, Desert Pines (2004 vs. Mojave)
340 – James Edwards, Spring Creek (2004 vs. North Tahoe)
336 – Jace Billilngsley, Lowry (2011 vs. Battle Mountain); 321 in 2010 vs. Fernley
333 – Tadarrell Mason, Western (2010 vs. Sierra Vista)
322 – Francisco Lievanos, Elko (2011 vs. South Tahoe)
319 – Israel Goya, Virgin Valley (1990 vs. Tonopah)
310 – Mac Hearon, Elko (1975 vs. Mineral County)
307 – Grant Swinney, South Tahoe (2003 vs. Spanish Springs)
301 – Anthony DeHerrera, Spring Creek (2001 vs. Fernley)
280 – Kyle Eklund, Elko (2000 vs. Reed)
247 – Joe Bowers, Fernley (1996 vs. Spring Creek)







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Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Game, Division I I I
*492 – Shedrick McClenton (8-man), Mountain View (2002 vs. Lake Mead)
416 – Lucas Montes, Pershing County (2005 vs. Yerington)
401 – Neil Barksfull, Battle Mountain (1957 vs. Carlin)
311 – Cortland LeBoeuf, Mountain View (2009, 15 carries vs. Lincoln County)
286 – Mitchell Bonner, Mountain View (2004 vs. Calvary Chapel)
263 – Benji Robles, Pershing County (1999 vs. Yerington)
262 – Jeremy Hudson, Pershing County (2002 vs. Battle Mountain)
260 – Buzz Brooks, Pershing County (2000 vs. Carlin)
253 – Toby Renfroe, Pershing County (1995 vs. Mineral County)
253 – Mike Boyd, Pershing County (1985 vs. Portola, CA)
* Game played on full-size (11-man) field.

Most Total Net Yards Rushing, Game, Division I V
367 – Rex Simpson, Carlin (2001 vs. Whittell)
349 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (2000 vs. McDermitt)
329 – Duffy Otteson, Tonopah (2004 vs. Laughlin)
316 – Chance Kretschmer, Tonopah (1998 vs. Independence)
312 – Adam Reinke, Indian Springs (2010 vs. Spring Mountain)
283 – Cedric Kirby (8-man), Tonopah (2010 vs. Round Mountain)
273 – Sam Harry, Pyramid Lake (2012 vs. Virginia City)
268 – Scott Thibodeaux, Tonopah (2008 vs. Carlin)
266 – R.C. Crutcher, Owyhee (2002 vs. Smith Valley)
237 – Omega Faga, Indian Springs (2002 vs. Round Mountain)
236 – Mark Kessler (8-man), Wells (2000 vs. Pahranagat Valley)



















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Most Total Net Yards Passing, Career, Division I
10,113 – Jarrett Solomon, Bishop Gorman (2009-2012)
6,044 – Devonte Christopher, Canyon Springs (2006-2007)
4,376 – Nick Butera, Bishop Gorman (1980-1982)
4,040 – Anthony Marini, Las Vegas (1998-1999)
3,384 – James Cammack, Rancho (2008, 12 games)
2,884 – A.J. Silva, Reed (2011)
2,630 – Brandon Godfrey, Eldorado (2003-2004)

Most Total Net Yards Passing, Career, Division I-A
6,028 – Travis Wood, Dayton (2003-2006)
5,862 – Joe Portaro, Faith Lutheran (2008-2010)
4,949 – Kevin Schlesinger, Truckee (2000-2002)
4,636 – Morgan Dirickson, Churchill County (2012-2013)
3,614 – Steve Henderson, Fernley (1996-1998)
3,569 – Matt Lambeth, Fernley (1999-2001)
2,712 – Chris Gerdin, Truckee (1996-1998)
2,608 – Nick Fertitta, Truckee (1993-1995)
2,564 – Josh Brouse, Spring Creek (1996-1998)

Most Total Net Yards Passing, Career, Division II I
N/A

Most Total Net Yards Passing, Career, Division IV
8,740 – Jason Peters (8-man), Coleville (2006-2009)
5,784 – Mitchell Lehner, Tonopah, (2004-2006)
2,740 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (1997-2000)

















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Most Total Net Yards Passing, Season (No. of Games), Division I
3.988 – Tyler Newman, Liberty (2013, 14 games)
3,455 – Christian Lopez, Green Valley (2013, 12 games)
3,384 – James Cammack, Rancho (2008, 12 games)
3,285 – Devonte Christopher, Canyon Springs (2007)
2,849 – Jarrett Solomon, Bishop Gorman (2012, 14 games)
2,884 – A.J. Silva, Reed (2011, 15 games)
2,821 – Christopher Denn, Reed (2013, 14 games)
2,687 – Doxtator, Foothill (2011)
2,689 – Emir Lopez, Las Vegas (2008, 13 games)
2,638 – Trevor Swwenson, Las Vegas (2013, 11 games)
2,601 – Kevin Lucero, Coronado (2012, 12 games)
2,431 – Jarrett Solomon, Bishop Gorman (2011)
2,384 – Parker Riggin, Foothill (2010, 12 games)
2,336 – Tim Rudnick, Douglas (2008, 11 games)
2,317 – Tyler Pine, Reed (2008, 12 games)
2,314 – Morgan Dirickson, Churchill County (2013, 13 games)
2,271 – Kyle Daugherty, Damonte Ranch (2013, 11 games)
2,255 – Anthony Marini, Las Vegas (1999, 12 games)
2,233 – Jarrett Solomon, Bishop Gorman (2010, 14 games)
2,214 – Drew Doxtator, Foothill (2013, 8 games)
2,212 – Drew Doxtator, Foothill (2013)
2,204 – Sterling Sprau, Bonanza (2010, 10 games)
2,197 – Brock Raggio, Galena (2013, 11 games)
2,151 – Jaylen Rose, Basic (2012, 10 games)
2,137 – Hasaan Henderson, Las Vegas (2010, 13 games)
2,093 – Tony Maldonado, Reed (2006, 10 games)
2,081 – Christian Lopez, Green Valley (2012, 11 games)
2,003 – Drew Doxtator, Foothill (2012, 10 games)
1,994 – Dion Jackson, Valley (2000, 10 games)
1,975 – Nick Butera, Bishop Gorman (1982, 12 games)
1,969 – Chase Roberts, Durango (2010, 11 games)
1,966 – Scott Conrad, Wooster (1985, 12 games)
1,958 – Scott Christy, Wooster (1989, 12 games)
1,935 – Jeff Rowe, McQueen (2001, 14 games)
1,911 – Bradley, Las Vegas (2006, 15 games)
1,835 – Godfrey, Eldorado (2004, 10 games)
1,821 – Casella, Valley (2006, 10 games)
1,810 – Cody Manguso, Bishop Manogue (2005, 10 games)
1,801 – Michael Tagliaferri, Centennial (2006, 10 games)
1,791 – Noa, Centennial (2005, 10 games)
1,786 – Trevor Swenson, Las Vegas (2012, 10 games)
1,785 – Bakari Smith, Shadow Ridge (2012, 10 games)
1,773 – Randall Cunningham, Bishop Gorman (2013, 15 games)
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Most Total Net Yards Passing, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
2,871 – Joe Portaro, Faith Lutheran (2010, 10 games)
2,665 – Garrett Leavitt, Virgin Valley (2013)
2,450 – Paul Tierney, Truckee (2003, 11 games)
2,335 – Garrett Leavitt, Virgin Valley (2013, 10 games)
2,335 – Kevin Schlesinger, Truckee (2002, 12 games)
2,314 – Morgan Dirickson, Churchill County (2013, 12 games)
2,314 – Mike Van Gorden, South Tahoe (2004, 10 games)
2,222 – Kelan Weiss, Moapa Valley (2010, 12 games)
2,046 – Travis Wood, Dayton (2005, 10 games)
1,845 – Alex Toler, Sparks (2006, 11 games)
1,805 – Nik Fertitta, Truckee (1995, 12 games)
1,803 – Zach Hymas, Moapa Valley (2013, 11 games)
1,803 – Kevin Schlesinger, Truckee (2001, 11 games)
1,779 – Jacob Deaville, Faith Lutheran (2013, 14 games)
1,785 – Kris Rendon, Truckee (1996, 12 games)
1,712 – Chris Gerdin, Truckee (1998, 12 games)
1,711 – Sterling Billat, Spring Creek (1999, 10 games)
1,696 – Travis Wood, Dayton (2004, 9 games)
1,694 – Hunter Triplett, Wooster (2013, 9 games)
1,679 – Doug Hafen, Virgin Valley (2007, 13 games)
1,676 – Antraye Johnson, Basic (2013)
1,657 – Max Jenkins, Moapa Valley (2007, 13 games)
1,648 – Iquan Corsey, Desert Pines (2013)
1,582 – John Taylen, Fernley (1995, 10 games)
1,575 – Jeff Bowler, Moapa Valley (2004, 12 games)
1,540 – Rocky Francom, Moapa Valley (2000, 11 games)
1,490 – Tilche, Mojave (2004, 10 games)
1,489 – Alex Toler, Sparks (2005, 10 games)
1,409 – Larry Jennings, Western (2012, 9 games)
1,406 – Andrew Lindsey, Lowry (2005, 10 games)
1,404 – Max Done, Faith Lutheran (2006, 10 games)
1,372 – Greg Benson, Faith Lutheran (2012, 10 games)
1,371 – Robert Jones, Truckee (2005, 11 games)
1,366 – Jarod Mosier, Elko (1998, 13 games)
1,351 – Courtney May, Moapa Valley (1999)








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Most Total Net Yards Passing, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
2,700 – Garrett Gosse, The Meadows (2010, 10 games)
2,410 – Jake Radford, Battle Mountain (2005, 11 games)
2,332 – Darwin Pilgerm, Incline (1980, N/A)
1,929 – Chad Bolton, Lake Mead (2002, N/A)
1,908 – T.J. Engel, Mountain View (2010, 13 games)
1,784 – Jake Radford, Battle Mountain (2004, 11 games)
1,723 – Billy Freeman, North Tahoe (2000, 10 games)
1,580 – Davin Barefield, Rite of Passage (2003, 9 games)
1,417 – Chad Bolton, Lake Mead (2003, 8 games)

Most Total Net Yards Passing, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
3,477 – Jason Peters (8-man, Coleville (2008, 10 games)
3,009 – Mitch Lehner, Tonopah (2006, 11 games)
2,546 – Tabor Maxwell, Pahranagat Valley (2013)
1,948 – Cody Hosier (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2010, 12 games)
1,813 – Taylor Poulsen (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2008, 12 games)
1,735 – Austin Poulsen (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2012, 11 games)
1,492 – Tim Rush, Coleville (1974)
1,491 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (2000, N/A)
























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Most Total Net Yards Passing, Game, Division I
496 – Tyler Newman, Liberty (2013 vs. Del Sol)
420 – Devonte Christopher, Canyon Springs (2007 vs. Las Vegas)
397 – Anthony Marini, Las Vegas (1999 vs. Durango)
396 – Bong Kuk Pak, Las Vegas (1993 vs. Valley)
374 – Sterling Sprau, Bonanza (2010 vs. Arbor View)
347 – Chase Roberts, Durango (2010 vs. Arbor View)
318 – Sterling Sprau, Bonanza (2010 vs. Desert Oasis)
308 – Sterling Sprau, Bonanza (2010 vs. Western)
305 – Bart Hendricks, Hug (1995 vs. Churchill County)

Most Total Net Yards Passing, Game, Division I -A
441 – Scott Brotherson, Virgin Valley (1983 vs. Owyhee)
440 – Morgan Dirickson, Churchill County (2013 vs. Elko)
396 – Joe Portaro, Faith Lutheran (2010 vs. Arbor View)
335 – Jarod Mosier, Elko (1996 vs. Sparks)
333 – Paul Tierney, Truckee (2003 vs. Sparks)
331 – Dennis Tofoya, Elko (1982 vs. Battle Mountain)
310 – Shane Gilligan, Elko (1997 vs. Douglas)
308 – Joe Portaro, Faith Lutheran (2010 vs. Palo Verde)
301 – Joe Portaro, Faith Lutheran (2010 vs. Fountain Valley, CA)

Most Total Net Yards Passing, Game, Division I II
*517 – Chad Bolton (8-man), Lake Mead (2002 v. Mountain View)
490 – Darwin Pilgerm, Incline (1980 vs. White Pine)
423 – T.J. Engel, Mountain View (2010 vs. Rite of Passage)
382 – Garrett Gosse, The Meadows (2010 vs. Needles)
* Game played on full-size (11-man) field.

Most Total Net Yards Passing, Game, Division IV
641 – Mitchell Lehner (8-man), Tonopah (2006 vs. Carlin)
530 – Jason Peters (8-man), Colevile (2008 vs. Smith Valley)
490 – Jason Peters (8-man), Colevile (2008 vs. Pahranagat Valley)
401 – Taylor Poulsen (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2008 vs. Coleville)
329 – Cody Hosier (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2010 vs. Indian Springs)









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Most Total Net Yards Receiving, Career, Division I
2,420 – Juron Criner, Canyon Springs (2006-2007)
1,549 – Davell Jackson, Eldorado (2004-2005)
1,364 – Anthony Park, Las Vegas (1998-1999)
1,359 – Dijon Holman, Rancho (2008, 12 games)
1,338 – Harry Mills, Las Vegas (1998-1999)
1,331 – Raveon Samuel, Canyon Springs (2006-2007)

Most Total Net Yards Receiving, Career, Division I -A
2,969 – Jamie Maehler, Truckee (2002-2004)
2,681 – Don Pearson, Faith Lutheran (2008-2010, 29 games)
2,086 – Ryan Demont, Truckee (1994-1996)
1,270 – Boomer Taylen, Fernley (1994-1996)
1,205 – Michael Attig, Moapa Valley (1999-2000)
1,172 – Todd White, Elko (1984-1985)

Most Total Net Yards Receiving, Career, Division I I I
2,812 – Max Newman, The Meadows (2009-2011)
2,140 – Aaron Dean (8-man), Lake Mead (2002-2003)

Most Total Net Yards Receiving, Career, Division I V
4,141 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2007-2010)
1,658 – Brady Whipple (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2005-2008)
1,099 – Adam Bloundt (8-man), Coleville (1997-2000)




















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Most Total Net Yards Receiving, Season (No. of Games), Division I
1,631 – Juron Criner, Canyon Springs (2007)
1,359 – Dijon Holman, Rancho (2008, 12 games)
1,266 – Trae Wells, Reed (2013, 14 games)
1,159 – Aaron Zanin-Banks, Las Vegas (2013, 11 games)
1,158 – Davell Jackson, Eldorado (2004, 10 games)
1,118 – Gehrig Parks, Spanish Springs (2013, 10 games)
1,102 – David Persi, Foothill (2013, 10 games)
1,100 – Devonte Boyd, Basic (2011)
1,084 – Deseon McQuaig, Liberty (2013, 14 games)
1,081 – Devonte Boyd, Basic (2012, 10 games)
1,065 – Poots, Coronado (2005, 10 games)
1,061 – Cameron Rogers, Las Vegas (2010, 13 games)
1,055 – Dasean Martin, Bonanza (2010, 10 games)
1,047 – Chaz Clark, Galena (2013, 11 games)
1,038 – Keplinger, Foothill (2011)
1,036 – Mike O’Garo, Bishop Manogue (1969, 10 games)
1,027 – Anthony Park, Las Vegas (1999, 12 games)
1,002 – DeShawn Stewart, Canyon Springs (2007)
979 – Aaron Franklin, Las Vegas (2008, 13 games)
958 – Jamir Tillman, Bishop Gorman (2012, 14 games)
945 – Knowles, Coronado (2007)
944 – Markus Varner, Green Valley (2013, 12 games)
937 – Harry Mills, Las Vegas (1999, 12 games)
920 – Raveon Samuel, Canyon Springs (2006, 10 games)
917 – Glenn Williams, Wooster (1985, 12 games)
911 – Drew Hiadek, Liberty (2013, 14 games)
903 – R. Davis, Bonanza (2006, 10 games)
856 – Anthony Hankins, North Valleys (2013, 8 games)
856 – Ryan Smith, Bishop Gorman (2012, 14 games)
847 – Marquise Evans, Shadow Ridge (2012, 10 games)
840 – Brock Taeubel, Coronado (2012, 12 games)
839 – Kyler Chavez, Green Valley (2013, 12 games)
831 – Glenn Williams, Wooster (1986, 12 games)
820 – Thorns, Valley (2006, 10 games)
812 – Cummings, Shadow Ridge (2004, 10 games)
808 – Kevin Suter, McQueen (2001, 14 games)
800 – Dave Williams, Wooster (1987, N/A)






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Most Total Net Yards Receiving, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
1,223 – Jamie Maehler, Truckee (2003, 11 games)
1,039 – Anthony Pryatel-Farmer, Faith Lutheran (2012, 10 games)
1,033 – Don Pearson, Faith Lutheran (2010, 10 games)
1,030 – Cameron Matzen, Churchill County (2013, 13 games)
1,011 – DeVonte Milligan, Virgin Valley (2013, 10 games)
971 – Vinny DeGeorge, Faith Lutheran (2013, 14 games)
902 – Casen Lewis, Moapa Valley (2010, 12 games)
879 – Ryan Demont, Truckee (1995, 12 games)
875 – Tyler Bagby, Churchill County (2013, 12 games)
860 – Jordan Stokes, Dayton (2005, 10 games)
855 – Shawn Wallce, Truckee (1989, 12 games)
838 – Spencer Dean, South Tahoe (2004, 10 games)
816 – Zack Quilici, Sparks (2006, 10 games)
813 – Dillon Graves, Virgin Valley (2013)
809 – Hayden Cooper, Moapa Valley (2010, 12 games)
808 – Ryan Demont, Truckee (1996, 9 games)

Most Total Net Yards Receiving, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
1,312 – Max Newman, The Meadows (2011, 10 games)
1,124 – Aaron Dean (8-man), Lake Mead (2003, 8 games)
1,036 – Jerrid Holland, Battle Mountain (2005, 11 games)
1,016 – Aaron Dean (8-man), Lake Mead (2002, 9 games)
943 – Austin Brown, The Meadows (2010, 10 games)
876 – Max Newman, The Meadows (2010, 10 games)
863 – Justyn Anderson, Mountain View (2010, 13 games)

Most Total Net Yards Receiving, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
1,686 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2008, 9 games)
1,036 – Jerrid Holland, Battle Mountain (2005, 11 games)
1,012 – Blaze Griffin (8-man), Lund (2004, 9 games)
1,003 – Justin Jacobucci (8-man), Wells (2001, 9 games)
983 – Kale Leavitt, Pahranagat Valley (2010, 12 games)
922 – Brady Whipple (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2008, 12 games)
889 – Laric Tolleson, Beatty (2005, 9 games)
861 – Scott Tibodeaux, Tonopah (2007, 12 games)
854 – Wade Leavitt, Pahranagat Valley (2013, 12 games)
809 – Valmir Bojku, Spring Mountain (2013)






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Most Total Net Yards Receiving, Game, Division I
216 – Juron Criner, Canyon Springs (2007 vs. Green Valley)
205 – DeShawn Stewart, Canyon Springs (2007 vs. Las Vegas)

Most Total Net Yards Receiving, Game, Division I -A
253 – Tyler Bagby, Churchill County (2013 vs. Elko)
237 – Don Pearson, Faith Lutheran (2010 vs. Centennial)
227 – Jamie Maehler, Truckee (2003 vs. Sparks)
186 – Cameron Matzen, Churchill County (2013 vs. Elko)
186 – David Larson, Truckee (2001 vs. Yerington)
185 – Adam Schwab, Fernley (2001 vs. Truckee)
167 – Danny Brotherson, Virgin Valley (1994 vs. White Pine)

Most Total Net Yards Receiving, Game, Division I I I
321 – Max Newman, The Meadows (2011 vs. White Pine)
*274 – Aaron Dean (8-man), Lake Mead (2002 vs. Mountain View)
*Game played on full-size (11-man) field.

Most Total Net Yards Receiving, Game, Division I V
369 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2008 vs. Smith Valley)
301 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2010 vs. Indian Springs)
266 – Adam Blount (8-man), Coleville (2000 vs. Pyramid Lake)
241 – Brady Whipple (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2008 vs. Coleville)
241 – Tyler Bessire (8-man), Tonopah (2006 vs. Carlin)
227 – Kale Leavitt (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2010 vs. Indian Springs)
208 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2008 vs. Pahranagat Valley)


















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“Longest” Marks

Longest Rush for a Touchdown from Scrimmage, Division I
99 yards – Jamal Willis, Bonanza (1989 vs. Bishop Gorman)
97 yards – Connor Afoa, Foothill (2010 vs. Chaparral)
96 yards – Isaac Porter, Hug (2004 vs. Truckee)
96 yards – Isaac Porter, Hug (2003 vs. Douglas)
96 yards – Sam Butera, Bishop Gorman (1975 vs. Western)
95 yards – Niko Kapeli, Liberty (2010 vs. Spring Valley)
95 yards – Zeak Watts, Rancho (1957 vs. Inglewood, CA)
92 yards – Eric South, Palo Verde (2010 vs. Faith Lutheran)
91 yards – Donnel Pumphrey, Canyon Springs (2010 vs. Del Sol)
90 yards – Malik Brown, Canyon Springs (2010 vs. Del Sol)

Longest Rush for a Touchdown from Scrimmage, Division I -A
99 yards – Kim Neilson, Virgin Valley (1979 vs. Lincoln County)
95 yards – Randy Seal, Elko (1972 vs. Douglas)
92 yards – Mick Whalen, Churchill County (1950 vs. Mineral County)
91 yards – Brant St. Martin, Elko (1999 vs. Reno)
90 yards – Jace Billlingsley, Lowry (2011 vs. South Tahoe

Longest Rush for a Touchdown from Scrimmage, Division I I I
98 yards – Doug Simpson, Pershing County (1984 vs. Fernley)

Longest Rush for a Touchdown from Scrimmage, Division I V
94 yards – Jason Peters (8-man), Coleville (2008 vs. Wells)

Longest Reception for a Touchdown, Division I
99 yards – Garic Wharton, Valley (from Wallace Dean, 2009 vs. Del Sol)
98 yards – Cameron Rogers, Las Vegas (2010 vs. Canyon Springs)
98 yards – Cameron Rogers, Las Vegas (2010 vs. Canyon Springs)
92 yards – Donovan Smith, Durango (2010 vs. Sierra Vista)
90 yards – Brandon Lopez, Spring Valley (2008 vs. Durango)
90 yards – Juron Criner, Canyon Springs (2006 vs. Rancho)
89 yards – Jacobi Owens, Centennial (2010 vs. Arbor View)
87 yards – Evan Zeger, Bishop Gorman (2010 vs. Clark)
86 yards – Cameron Rogers, Las Vegas (2010 vs. Mountain Crest, UT)
86 yards – Royce Finley, Valley (2010 vs. Chaparral)
85 yards – Dasean Martin, Bonanza (2010 vs. Pahrump Valley)
85 yards – Cameron Rogers, Las Vegas (2010 vs. Del Sol)
83 yards – Dasean Martin, Bonanza (2010 vs. Western)
83 yards – Cameron Rogers, Las Vegas (2010 vs. Eldorado)
81 yards – Jeremy Lagasca, Liberty (2010 vs. Del Sol)
81 yards – DeShawn Stewart, Canyon Springs (2007 vs. Green Valley)
81 yards – Lonnie Canters, Las Vegas (1972 vs. Basic)
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Longest Reception for a Touchdown, Division I -A
98 yards – Bobby Kolvet, Fernley (1995 vs. Truckee)
98 yards – Todd White, Elko (1984 vs. Moapa Valley)
97 yards – Shane Stokes, Fernley (2001 vs. Lowry)
90 yards – Kyle Preece, Spring Creek (1998 vs. Boulder City)
87 yards – Ryan Demont, Truckee (1996 vs. N/A)
87 yards – Mike Gilligan, Elko (1981 vs. Tooele, UT)
85 yards – David Larson, Truckee (2001 vs. Yerington)
81 yards – Chan Griswold, Elko (1953 vs. Twin Falls, ID)
80 yards – Hayden Cooper, Moapa Valley (2010 vs. Green Valley)

Longest Reception for a Touchdown, Division I II
84 yards – Max Newman, The Meadows (2011 vs. White Pine)
80 yards – Chase Marrs, The Meadows (2010 vs. Mountain View)

Longest Reception for a Touchdown, Division I V
86 yards – Kale Leavitt (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2010 vs. Indian Springs)
84 yards – Dexter McNAir, Tonopah (2000 vs. The Meadows)

Longest Pass for a Touchdown, Division I V
99 yards – Tabor Maxwell, Pahranagat Valley (2013 vs. Spring Mountain)























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Longest Kickoff Return for a Touchdown, Division I
99 yards – Bailey Vidaurri, Douglas (2013 vs. Reed)
99 yards – Mitchell Moore, Hug (2003 vs. Douglas)
98 yards – Joey Thurman, Cason (2013)
98 yards – Kyle Keplinger, Foothill (2010 vs. Desert Pines)
97 yards – Evan Zeger, Bishop Gorman (2010 vs. Clark)
97 yards – Marc Evans, Palo Verde (2004 vs. Eldorado)
95 yards – Shamir Geisinger, Spanish Springs (2013)
95 yards – Davion Toney, Desert Pines (2010 vs. Rancho)
95 yards – Taz Taoipu, Cimarron-Memorial (2010 vs. Shadow Ridge)
95 yards – Torn Harris, Palo Verde (2007 vs. Western, playoff game)
94 yards – Kyle Keplinger, Foothill (2010 vs. Del Sol)
94 yards – Robert Thomas, Bonanza (1996 vs. Silverado)
91 yards – Jeremy Lagasca, Liberty (2010 vs. Del Sol)
91 yards – Rashad Richardson, Valley (2010 vs. Chaparral)
90 yards – Darel Allen-Tucker, Desert Pines (2010 vs. Chaparral)
90 yards – Tim Gilligan, Jr. (1998 vs. Hug)
90 yards – Fred Forson, Reno (1937 vs. Lassen, CA)

Longest Kickoff Return for a Touchdown, Division I -A
99 yards – Jace Billingsley, Lowry (2010 vs. Wooster)
99 yards – Ronnie Wood, Truckee (1993)
98 yards – Trent Tarner, Churchill County (2013 vs. Moapa Valley)
98 yards – Joe Woodbury, Boulder City (2010 vs. Faith Lutheran)
98 yards – Jonny Link, Elko (1996 vs. Wooster)
98 yards – Dennis Gilligan, Elko (1961 vs. White Pine)
98 yards – Basil Quilic, Yerington (1946 vs. Douglas)
96 yards – Joe Woodbury, Boulder City (2010 vs. Moapa Valley)
96 yards – Kyle Eklund, Elko (2000 vs. Reed)
96 yards – Ryan Still, Elko (1999 vs. Sparks, 1999 vs. Wooster)
95 yards – Mitch Jones, Elko (1994 vs. Reed)
94 yards – Casen Lewis, Moapa Valley (2010 vs. Silverado)
90 yards – Calvin Connors, Lowry (2013)
90 yards – Phil McKay, Fernley (1995 vs. Truckee)

Longest Kickoff Return for a Touchdown, Division I I I
92 yards – Taylor Price, Lincoln County (2010 vs. Enterprise, UT)
90 yards – Mitch Pommering, Pershing County (1986 vs. Loyalton, CA)

Longest Kickoff Return for a Touchdown, Division I V
98 yards – Mark Kessler (8-man), Wells (2000 vs. Jackpot)
95 yards – Sam Uribe, Stewart (1950 vs. Lassen, CA)
85 yards – Scott Thibodeaux (8-man), Tonopah (2008 vs. Carlin)

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Longest Punt Return for a Touchdown, Division I
79 yards – Jordan Ireland, Legacy (2010 vs. Faith Lutheran)
78 yards – Daniel Flocchini, Bishop Manogue (2003 vs. Spring Creek)
77 yards – Jamaul Vickers, Bishop Gorman (2010 vs. Pahrump Valley)
75 yards – Dee Hall, Las Vegas (2010 vs. Desert Pines)

Longest Punt Return for a Touchdown, Division I -A
96 yards – Kyle Eklund, Elko (2001 vs. Reed)
95 yards – Evan Birchard, Truckee (2001 vs. Dayton)
87 yards – Marcus Smith, Virign Valley (2000 vs. Foothill)
85 yards – Eric Poljak, Elko (1985 vs. Truckee)
85 yards – Randy Seal, Elko (1972 vs. Douglas)
77 yards – Cameron Matzen, Churchill County (2013 vs. Moapa Valley)
76 yards – Tim Gilligan Jr., Elko (1998 vs. Douglas)

Longest Punt Return for a Touchdown, Division I I I
85 yards – Reese Neville, Yerington (2013)

Longest Punt Return for a Touchdown, Division I V
N/A
























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Longest Field Goal Made, Division I
68 yards – Dirk Borgognone, Reno (1985 vs. Sparks)
64 yards – Austin Pacheco, Carson (2011 vs. Bishop Manogue)
57 yards – Clint Stitzer, McQueen (2001 vs. Foothill)
54 yards – Ben Jackle, Bonanza (2004 vs. Rancho)
51 yards – Jay Mattx, Las Vegas (2010 vs. Cimarron-Memorial)
50 yards – Collin Ditsworth, Bishop Gorman (2010 vs. Spring Valley)
49 yards – Austin Fitzgerald, Liberty (2013)
49 yards – Austin Pacheco, Carson (2010 vs. Damonte Ranch)
49 yards – Christopher Barredo, Carson (2001 vs. Reno)

Longest Field Goal Made, Division I -A
58 yards – Esteban Bravo, Sparks (2011 vs. )
58 yards – Zach Davis, Moapa Valley (2003 vs. N/A)
55 yards – Jorge Islas, Truckee (2004 vs. Fernley)
54 yards – Shane Goodale, Lowry (2004 vs. Damonte Ranch)
54 yards – Lance Terry, Moapa Valley (1995 vs. Pahrump Valley)
51 yards – Darrin Glass, Elko (1994 vs. Churchill County)

Longest Field Goal Made, Division I I I
50 yards – Jeffery Young, Whittell (2004 vs. Battle Mountain)

Longest Field Goal Made, Division I V
N/A




















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INDIVIDUAL –DEFENSE
“Mosts”

Most Defensive Touchdowns, Career, Division I
4 – Mitchell Moore, Hug (2001-2003)
3 – Mario Corchado, Durango (2008-2009)
3 – Torin Harris, Palo Verde (2006-2008)
3 – Cody McElroy, Bishop Manogue (2001-2002)

Most Defensive Touchdowns, Career, Division I -A
6 – Jason Ames, Truckee (2000-2002)
3 – Danny Brotherson, Virgin Valley (1994)

Most Defensive Touchdowns, Career, Division II I
N/A

Most Defensive Touchdowns, Career, Division IV
6 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2007-2010)
3 – Matt Hussman (8-man), Coleville (1990-1993)
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Most Defensive Touchdowns, Season, Division I
3 – Torin Harris, Palo Verde (2008)
3 – Cody McElroy, Bishop Manogue (2002)
3 – Mario Corchado, Durango (2009)
2 – Anthony Farnsworth, Bishop Manogue (2003)
2 – Mitchell Moore, Hug (2003)

Most Defensive Touchdowns, Season, Division I -A
3 – Danny Brotherson, Virgin Valley (1994)

Most Defensive Touchdowns, Season, Division II I
N/A

Most Defensive Touchdowns, Season, Division IV
3 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2010, 12 games)
2 – Adam Blount (8-man), Coleville (2000)
2 – Michael Brumley (8-man), Coleville (2000)
2 – Jim Lewallen (8-man), Coleville (1998)
2 – Matt Hussman (8-man), Coleville (1993)




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Most Unassisted (Solo) Tackles, Career, Division I
130 – Michael Bianco, Spring Valley (2013)
130 – Anthony Farnsworth, Bishop Manogue (2002-2003)
124 – Jacob Littlefield, Las Vegas (2013)
118 – John Nelson, Cimarron-Memorial (2013)
116 – Toby Lopez, Centennial (2013)
116 – DeAndre Taylor, Eldorado (2013)
106 – Chris Lalli, Bilshop Gorman (2013, 15 games)

Most Unassisted (Solo) Tackles, Career, Division I -A
148 – Ryan Macken, Truckee (2006-2008)
144 – Ben Flandermeyer, Faith Lutheran (2013)
131 – Danny Otuwa, Faith Lutheran (2013)
127 – Justin Hughes, Moapa Valley (2013)
117 – Kaleb Friedman, Mojave (2013)
103 – Tyler Mahan, Faith Lutheran (2013)

Most Unassisted (Solo) Tackles, Career, Division I I I
N/A

Most Unassisted (Solo) Tackles, Career, Division I V
226 – Duffy Otteson, Tonopah (2001-2004)
220 – Zach Shell (8-man), Virginia City (2007-2010)
199 – Mike Dolfin, Tonopah (2005-2008)
121 – Matt Hussman (8-man), Coleville (1990-1993)



















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Most Unassisted (Solo) Tackles, Season, Division I
128 – Henry, Desert Oasis (2011, 10 games)
119 – Jmichael Blanco, Spring Valley (2013, 10 games)
105 – Rickert, Cimarron-Memorial (2011, 10 games)
103 – John Nelson, Cimarron-Memorial (2013, 10 games)
100 – Montenegro, Desert Oasis (2011, 10 games)
89 – Anthony Farnsworth, Bishop Manogue (2003, 12 games)
82 – Cody Cunningham, Carson (2013, 12 games)
81 – Jacob Littlefield, Las Vegas (2013, 11 games)
76 – Cody McElroy, Bishop Manogue (2002, 11 games)
74 – Chad Pool, Las Vegas (2001, 14 games)
73 – Matt Virden, Bishop Manogue (2002, 11 games)
71 – De’Andre Taylor Eldorado (2013, 9 games)
62 – Tyler York, McQueen (2008, 15 games)
56 – Collin Palian, Reed (2013, 14 games)
48 – Austin Warner, Reed (2013, 13 games)
47 – Judas Smith, Durango (2010, 11 games)
36 – Liloa Nobriga, Palo Verde (2008, 15 games)
32 – Anthony White, Palo Verde (2005, 13 games)

Most Unassisted (Solo) Tackles, Season, Division I -A
89 – Kaleb Friedman, Mojave (2013, 9 games)
81 – Hernan Garcia, Elko (2011, 10 games)
78 – Justin Hughes, Moapa Valley (2013, 11 games)
74 – Ben Flandermeyer, Faith Lutheran (2013, 14 games)
71 – Austin Fletcher, Dayton (2013, 10 games)
68 – Donovan Brumm, Lowry (2013, 12 games)
62 – Danny Otuwa, Faith Lutheran (2013, 14 games)
37 – Mark Armuth, Elko (2011, 10 games)

Most Unassisted (Solo) Tackles, Season, Division I I I
51 – Lucas Montes, Pershing County (2004, 12 games)
48 – Billy Freeman, North Tahoe (2000, 10 games)
39 – Sam Taunaholo, Rite of Passage (2013, 8 games)
37 – D.J. Lucchesi, Lincoln County (2005, 11 games)

Most Unassisted (Solo) Tackles, Season, Division I V
107 – Duffy Otteson, Tonopah (2004, 11 games)
106 – Zach Shell (8-man), Virginia City (2010, 9 games)
74 – Mike Dolfin, Tonopah (2006, 11 games)
72 – George Vea (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2005, 12 games)
70 – Denver Otteson, Tonopah (2008, 12 games)
69 – Mike Dolfin (8-man), Tonopah (2007, 12 games)
69 – Duffy Otteson, Tonopah (2003, 9 games)
57 – Josh Dixon (8-man), Coleville (1993)
57 – Matt Hussman (8-man), Coleville (1993)
56 – William Vea (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2005, 12 games)
49 – Dan Stumpf (8-man), Wells (2000, 9 games)
38 – Kyle Mulliner (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2005, 12 games)

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Most Sacks, Career, Division I
27.0 – Mike Smith, Palo Verde (2003-2005)
19.0 – Rusty Hale, Las Vegas (2000-2001)

Most Sacks, Career, Division I -A
32. 0 – Daren Cheney, Virgin Valley (1986-1989)
30.0 – Josh Paulman, Fernley (1994-1995)
29.0 – Jason Ames, Truckee (2000-2002)
24.0 – Richard Bowler, Virgin Valley (1982-1984)
23.0 – Daren Cheney, Virgin Valley (1989)
18.0 – Richard Bowler, Virgin Valley (1984)

Most Sacks, Career, Division I I I
N/A

Most Sacks, Career, Division I V
28.5 – Tell Sallee (8-man), Wells (2991(
27.0 – Matt Randall (8-man), Coleville (2008-2010)




















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Most Sacks, Season (No. of Games), Division I
21.5 – Keegan Buck, Foothill (2010, 12 games)
17.0 – Mike Smith, Palo Verde (2004, 14 games)
15.5 – Neil Hulbert, Wooster (1985, 12 games)
15.0 – Rusty Hale, Las Vegas (2001, 14 games)
15.0 – Billy Jo Hoover, Wooster (1987, 12 games)
14.0 – Symonette, Palo Verde (2011)
14.0 – Bennie Harris, Silverado (2010, 9 games)
14.0 – Sam King, Palo Verde (2004, 14 games)
14.0 – David Frelow, Las Vegas (1999, 12 games)
13.5 – Mike Morrison, Wooster (1986, 12 games)
13.0 – Jake Sellers, Wooster (1993, 11 games)
13.0 – Pat Reichman, Wooster (1980, 10 games)
12.0 – Josh Hamilton, Palo Verde (2013, 11 games)
11.0 – McDonald, Silverado (2011)
11.0 – Joshua Symonette, Palo Verde (2010, 13 games)
11.0 – Anthony Fransworth, Bishop Manogue (2003, 12 games)
11.0 – Rusty Worthen, Palo Verde (2002, 13 games)
10.0 – Calvin Cox, Reed (2013, 14 games)

Most Sacks, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
23.0 – Daren Cheney, Virgin Valley (1989, 10 games)
21.0 – Josh Paulman, Fernley (1995, 10 games)
18.0 – Richard Bowler, Virgin Valley (1984, 10 games)
16.0 – Sam Rebman, Moapa Valley (2013, 11 games)
14.0 – Matt Anderson, Virgin Valley (1988, 10 games)
14.0 –Rod Jensen, Virgin Valley (1981, 11 games)
14.0 – Lorenzo Guerrero, Mojave (2012, 11 games)
10.0 – Justin Hatfield, Churchill County (2013, 12 games)

Most Sacks, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
18.0 – Chandler Walker, Pershing County (2004, 12 games)
13.0 – Tylor Thomas, Yerington (2013, 11 games)

Most Sacks, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
28.5 – Tell Sallee (8-man), Wells (2001, 9 games)
16.5 – Jose Arias (8-man), Tonopah (2008, 12 games)
16.5 – David Otteson, Tonopah (2000, 9 games)
16.0 – J.D. Thuringer (8-man), Carlin (2008, 12 games)
15.0 – Matt Misener, Tonopah (2013)
14.0 – Aidan Gromis (8-man), Tonopah (2012, 10 games)
13.0 – Aidan Gromis, Tonopah (2011)
13.0 – Matt Randall (8-man), Coleville (2010, 12 games)
13.0 – Josh Banasiak (8-man), Spring Mountain (2012, 11 games)
11.0 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (2000, N/A)
11.0 – Nathaniel Carter (8-man), Sandy Valley (2012, 8 games)
10.0 – Zach Shell (8-man), Virginia City (2010, 9 games)

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Most Sacks, Game, Division I
4.0 – Mike Smith, Palo Verde (2004 vs. Shadow Ridge)

Most Sacks, Game, Division I -A
N/A

Most Sacks, Game, Division I I I
N/A

Most Sacks, Game, Division I V
5.5 – Tell Salle (8-man), Wells (2001 vs. Coleville)
4.0 – Matt Randall (8-man), Coleville (2010 vs. Owyhee)
4.0 – Jose Arias (8-man), Tonopah (2008 vs. Beatty)
3.5 – Curtis Kaiser (8-man), Coleville (1996 vs. Faith Lutheran)


























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Most Fumble Recoveries, Career, Division I
7 – Sidney Hodge, Palo Verde (2007-2008)

Most Fumble Recoveries, Career, Division I -A
10 – Richard Bowler, Virgin Valley (1982-1984)
6 – Nick Hansen, Virgin Valley (1997)
6 – Jeff Dodge, Truckee (1989)

Most Fumble Recoveries, Career, Division I I I
N/A

Most Fumble Recoveries, Career, Division I V
13 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (1997-2000)
11 – Duffy Otteson, Tonopah (2001-2004)
10 – Denver Otteson (8-man), Tonopah (2008, 12 games)
7 – Steven Koelling (8-man), Coleville (2009, 12 games)
6 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (2000)

Most Fumble Recoveries, Season (No. of Games), Division I
5 – David Frelow, Las Vegas (1999, 12 games)
5 – Mickey Cutler, Wooster (1976, 9 games)
4 – Sidney Hodge, Palo Verde (2008, 15 games)
4 – Tom Hamilton, Wooster (1978, 10 games)
4 – Corkey Clark, Wooster (1978, 10 games)
4 – Khris Nelson, Wooster (1994, 12 games)

Most Fumble Recoveries, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
6 – Nick Hansen, Virgin Valley (1997, 12 games)
6 – Jeff Dodge, Truckee (1989, 12 games)
5 – Gary Cook, Truckee (2000, 10 games)
5 – Dusty Farrar, Elko (1998, 13 games)
5 – Robert Shaffer, Truckee (1995, 12 games)
5 – Richard Bowler, Virgin Valley (1983, 10 games)
4 – Craig Cunningham, Elko (1999, 12 games)
4 – Duane Garcia, Spring Creek (1998, 10 games)
4 – J.D. Robinson, Spring Creek (1996, 9 games)

Most Fumble Recoveries, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
5 – A.J. Johnson, Lake Mead (2002, 9 games)
4 – Kegan Lewless, Lake Mead (2002, 9 games)
4 – Nate Perry, Lake Mead (2002, 9 games)



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Most Fumble Recoveries, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
10 – Denver Otteson (8-man), Tonopah (2008, 12 games)
7 – Steven Koelling (8-man), Coleville (2009, 12 games)
6 – Matt Carter (8-man), Coleville (2000, N/A)
4 – Mike Dolfin (8-man), Tonopah (2007, 12 games)
4 – Duffy Otteson, Tonopah (2004, 11 games)
4 – George Wagner, Tonopah (2004, 11 games)
4 – Jeremy Blackburn, Tonopah (2003, 9 games)

Most Fumble Recoveries, Game, Division I
N/A

Most Fumble Recoveries, Game, Division I -A
N/A

Most Fumble Recoveries, Game, Division I I I
N/A

Most Fumble Recoveries, Game, Division I V
4 – Steven Koelling (8-man), Coleville (2009, 12 games)
3 – Jeremy Blackburn, Tonopah (2003 vs. White Pine)























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Most I nterceptions, Career, Division I
16 – Mitchell Moore, Hug (2001-2003)
11 – Alan Thomas, Hug (1999-2002)
10 – Sidney Hodge, Palo Verde (2007-2008)
10 – Derek McNeil, Wooster (2000)
9 – Joe Vanderpool, Hug (1992-1993)
9 – Jaylen Mitchell, Liberty (2012)
8 – Bob Clements, Wooster (1981)
8 – Devonte Boyd, Basic (2012)

Most I nterceptions, Career, Division I -A
17 – Dennis Humes, Moapa Valley (1966-1967)
13 – Kris Rendon, Truckee (1995-1996)
11 – Dennis Humes, (1967)
10 – Boomer Taylen, Fernley (1994-1996)
10 – Todd White, Elko (1984-1985)
9 – Matt Lambeth, Fernley (1999-2001)
9 – Shawn Wallace, Truckee (1989)
9 – Daren Cheney, Virgin Valley (1985-1988)
9 – Roger Wallock, Elko (1984)
8 – Tim Gilligan, Jr., Elko (1997-1998)
8 – Kim Nielson, Virgin Valley (1977, 1979)
8 – Don Wittwer, Virgin Valley (1974)

Most I nterceptions, Career, Division I I I
N/A

Most I nterceptions, Career, Division I V
20 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2007-2010)
16 – Matt Hussman (8-man), Coleville (1990, 1993)
14 – Ryan Perchetti, Tonopah (1997)
10 – Austin Poulsen (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2012)
9 – Duffy Otteson, Tonopah (2001-2004)











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Most I nterceptions, Season (No. of Games), Division I
10 – Derek McNiel, Wooster (2000, 15 games)
9 – Jaylen Mitchell, Liberty (2012, 13 games)
8 – Bob Clements, Wooster (1981, 10 games)
8 – Devonte Boyd, Basic (2012, 10 games)
7 – Samuel Liaga, Centennial (2013, 11 games)
7 – Fredericks, Desert Oasis (2011)
7 – Sidney Hodge, Palo Verde (2008, 15 games)
7 – Paul Lucas, Wooster (1976, 9 games)
6 – Dallas Cervantes, Cimarron-Memorial (2013, 6 games)
6 – Dylan Weldon, Bishop Gorman (2013)
6 – Mitchell Moore, Hug (2003, 11 games)
6 – Alan Thomas, Hug (2003, 10 games)
6 – Nate Edwards, Wooster (1991, 11 games)
6 – Kirk Kaiser, Wooster (1982, 11 games)

Most I nterceptions, Season (No. of Games), Division I -A
11 – Dennis Humes, Moapa Valley (1967, 10 games)
9 – Shawn Wallace, Truckee (1989, N/A)
9 – Roger Wallock, Elko (1984, N/A)
8 – Kim Nielson, Virgin Valley (1979, 10 games)
8 – Don Wittwer, Virgin Valley (1974, 10 games)
7 – Kris Rendon, Truckee (1995, N/A)
7 – Steve Olsen, Virgin Valley (1994, 12 games)
7 – Isaac Mueller, Truckee (1992, N/A)
6 – Calvin Connors, Lowry (2013, 12 games)
6 -- Cameron Matzen, Churchill County (2013, 12 games)
6 – Mark Rubalcaba, Faith Lutheran (2013, 14 games)
6 – Matt Lambeth, Fernley (1999, 9 games)
6 – Tim Gilligan, Jr., Elko (1998, 13 games)
6 – Scott Santina, Elko (1997, 10 games)
6 – Boomer Taylen, Fernley (1996, 11 games)
6 – Kris Rendon, Truckee (1996, N/A)
6 – Bill Liesman, Fernley (1983, 9 games)
6 – Tillman Haffen, Virgin Valley (1991, 10 games)

Most I nterceptions, Season (No. of Games), Division I I I
8 – T. Johnson, White Pine (2011)
8 – Jim Clark, Pershing County (1985, 8 games)





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Most I nterceptions, Season (No. of Games), Division I V
14 – Ryan Perchetti, Tonopah (1997, 10 games)
10 – Austin Poulsen (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2012, 11 games)
9 – Jacob Lewallen (8-man), Coleville (2010, 12 games)
9 – Emmi Sandoval (8-man), Coleville (2010, 12 games)
9 – Justin Jacobucci, Wells (2001, 9 games)
7 – Jordan Cryts, Pahranagat Valley (2013, 12 games)
7 – Poulsen, Pahranagat Valley (2011)
7 – Chase Hansen (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2008, 12 games)
7 – Curtis Kaiser (8-man), Coleville (1994, N/A)
7 – Matt Hussman (8-man), Coleville (1993, N/A)
7 – Spencer Littlefield (8-man), Tonopah (2012, 10 games)
6 – Jeremy Minick, Pahranagat Valley (2013, 12 games)
6 – Ramiro Hernandez (8-man), Beatty (2010, 8 games)
6 – David McGaw (8-man), Tonopah (2010, 12 games)

Most I nterceptions, Game, Division I
4 – Dexter Rackley, Hug (2004 vs. Wooster)
4 – Mitchell Moore, Hug (2003 vs. Wooster)

Most I nterceptions, Game, Division I -A
N/A

Most I nterceptions, Game, Division I II
N/A

Most I nterceptions, Game, Division I V
4 – Colton Kreici (8-man), Lund (2008 vs. Spring Mountain)
4 – Tony Steele (8-man), Pahranagat Valley (2003 vs. Beatty)
4 – Aaron Lurie (8-man), Coleville (1996 vs. Jackpot)

Longest Fumble Return for a Touchdown, Division I
92 yards – Andre Gaston, Las Vegas (2010 vs. Snow Canyon, UT)
80 yards – Gil Colon, Shadow Ridge (2010 vs. Chaparral)
78 yards – Rem Davidson, Las Vegas (2010 vs. Snow Canyon, UT)

Longest Fumble Return for a Touchdown, Division I -A
88 yards – Mike Smalls, Faith Lutheran (2010 vs. Arbor View)
Longest Fumble Return for a Touchdown, Division III
80 – Derreon Whitesides, Agassi Prep (2010 vs. Lincoln County)

Longest Fumble Return for a Touchdown, Division I V
75 yards – Kelsey Godfrey, Tonopah (2003 vs. Lincoln County)
70 yards – Bronson Flemming, Tonopah (2004 vs. Smith Valley)
63 yards – Jeremy Blackburn, Tonopha (2004 vs. Smith Valley)

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Individual Defense – “Longests”

Longest I nterception Return for a Touchdown
105 yards – Andy Ancho, Battle Mountain (1985 vs. Owyhee)
103 yards – Jossaiah Raval, Desert Oasis (2010 vs. Bonanza)
102 yards – Ty Smith, Wells (2002 vs. Spring Mountain)
102 yards – Alex Jensen, Virgin Valley (1979 vs. Indian Springs)
101 yards – Mario Corchado, Durango (2009 vs. Pahrump Valley)
101 yards – Mitchell Moore, Hug (2003 vs. Reno)
99 yards – Riley Solomon, Moapa Valley (2010 vs. Boulder City)
98 yards – Ryan Perchetti, Tonopah (1997 vs. Wells)
98 yards – Davy Holt, Coleville (1974 vs. Fernley)
96 yards – Jace Billingsley, Lowry (2010 vs. Moapa Valley)
95 yards – Loren Studer, Bonanza (2010 vs. Clark)
95 yards – Pat Laughlin, Elko (1977 vs. Douglas)
94 yards – Dexter McNair, Tonopah (2000 vs. Needles)
93 yards – Cody McElroy, Bishop Manogue (2002 vs. Dayton)
92 yards – Danny Brotherson, Virgin Valley (1994 vs. Pahrump Valley)

Longest Blocked or Missed Field Goal Return for a Touchdown
99 yards – Keola Antolin, Bishop Gorman (2011 vs. TBA)
93 yards – Bryan Beaman, Shadow Ridge (2010 vs. Arbor View, Blocked)




















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COACHING

Most State Championships, All-Time
9 – Ken Higbee, Pahranagat Valley
9 – Joe Sellers, Wooster (7), Bishop Manogue (2)
9 – Herb Foster, Reno
8 – Evan Wilson, Virgin Valley
7 – Frank DeSantis, The Meadows (incl. 2009)
7 – Bob Shaffer, Truckee
6 – Ken Andree, Boulder City
6 – Ken Dalton, McQueen
6 – Dick Trachok, Reno
5 – David Thomas, Pahranagat Valley
4 – Larry Fromhart, Wester, Valley
4 – Tony Sanchez, Bishop Gorman

Most State Championships, Consecutive
6 – Ken Higbee, Pahranagat Valley (2008-2013)
5 – Tony Sanchez, Bishop Gorman (2009-2013)
5 – Frank DeSantis, The Meadow (1997-2001)
5 – Evan Wilson, Virgin Valley (1981-1985)
5 – Herb Foster, Reno (1924-1928)
4 – Bob Shaffer, Truckee (2009-2012)
4 – David Thomas, Pahranagat Valley (1985-1988)
4 – Dick Trachok, Reno (1949-1952)
3 – Dave McLean, Pershing County (2010-2012)
3 – Joe Sellers, Wooster (1985-1987)
3 – Ken Andree, Boulder City (1961-1963, 1965-1967)
3 – Larry Fromhart, Wester (1964-1966)















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Most Victories, All-Time
250 – Joe Sellers, Wooster (1976-1998), Bishop Manogue (2001-2004)
228 – Ken Dalton, McQueen (296 wins overall including 68 at North Tahoe from 1974-1981
prior to North Tahoe becoming a member of the NIAA), 1982-2008 (amended in 2011
from 235 wins)
179 – Kirk Hafen, Virgin Valley (1991-2013)
170 – Bob Shaffer, Truckee (1995-2012)
158 – Ken Higbee, Pahrangat Valley (1996-2013)

155 – Evan Wilson, Virgin Valley (1969-1975), Boulder City (1976-1978), Virgin Valley (1981-
1990)
152 – Lou Micheo, Smith Valley (1965-1980)
144 – Darwin Rost, Eldorado (1992), Durango (1993-1996), Palo Verde (1998-2013); 144-47

139 – Mike Rippee, Douglas (1985-2012); 139-125
139 – Will Sandy, Coleville (1990-2012)
134 – Frank DeSantis, The Meadows (1996-2001/2007-2013), Cimarron-Memorial (2002),
Eldorado (2003-2004)
123 – Gene Scattini, Incline (1959-1972), Reno (1973-1974)
120 – Gary Lundergreen, Whittell (1965-1988)
119 – Rich Whitehead, Clark (1971-1980), Basic (1981-1998), Boulder City (1991-1994),
Rancho (1995-1996)
119 – Herb Foster, Reno (1923-1948)
116 – Jeff Knutson, White Pine (1988-1997), Moapa Valley (1998-2000), Boulder City (2001-
2005), Fernley (2008-2009)
113 – Dave Hart, Fernley (1981-2004)
108 – Dave Gerber, Bishop Gorman (1972-1979), Valley (1982-1991)
106 – Brent Lewis, Moapa Valley (2002-2012); 106-39
105 – Bobby Johnson, Valley (1974-1976), Chaparral (1985-1995), Calvary Chapel (2001-2007)
101 – Larry Fromhart, Western (1962-1967), Valley (1968-1972), Las Vegas (1975-1983), Clark
(1985-1988)
100 – Horrace Smith, Western (1970-1984), Bonanza (1986-1991)
99 – Ernie Howren, Reed (2001-2012); 99-45
96 – Tim Billlingsley, Lowry (1986-1993, 2007-2012); 96-44
94 – Tim Knight, Battle Mountain (2003-2012); 94-29
94 – Bob Milligan, Elko (1992-2004)
92 – Rollins Stallworth, Hug (1993-2009)
91 – Bill Freeman, North Tahoe (1989-2001)
89 – Marty Taggart, Moapa Valley (1976-1989, 2001)
88 – Dennis Wells, Eureka (1991-2001)
88 – Mike Lommori, Yerington (1963-1978)
86 – Joel Jund, Spring Creek (1999-2012); 86-58
85 – Tony Klenakis, Churchill County (1965-1979)
85 – Grant Bushman, Moapa Valley (1958-1971)
71 – David Thomas, Pahranagat Valley (1983-1991)
70 – Dick Trachok, Reno (1949-1958)
69 – Chuck Gerber, Bishop Gorman (1980-1987)
64 – Joe Yanni, Pershing County (1981-1986, 1993-2001)

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N/A – Dave McLean, Pershing County; Myron Branning, Carlin; Sope Faga, Indian Springs;
Steve Rodriguez, Wells; Rob Kittrell, Sparks; Steve Struzyk, Galena; Dan Avansino,
Reno

Most Victories Consecutive
69 – Ken Higbee, Pahranagat Valley (2008-2013)
41 – Frank DeSantis, The Meadows (1998-2001)
36 – Joe Sellers, Wooster (1985-1987)
31 – Evan Wilson, Virgin Valley (1981-1984)
30 – Joe Sellers, Bishop Manogue (2002-2004)
24 – Dave McLean, Pershing County (2004-2005)
21 – Ken Dalton, McQueen (2000-2001)
30 – Kirk Hafen, Virgin Valley (1995-1996)


























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NIAA Football State Titles

Austin High School (2) 1950 (6m), 1955 (6m)
Basic High School (2) 1958 (I-A), 1960 (III)
Battle Mountain High School (5) 1959 (6m), 1962 (6m), 1963 (B), 1980 (IV), 1986 (IV)
Beatty High School (3) 1990 (IV), 1993 (IV), 1996 (III)
Bishop Gorman High School (12) 1970 (I-A), 1974 (I-A), 1979 (I-A), 1980 (I-A), 1982 (I-A),
1983 (I-A), 2007 (I), 2009 (I), 2010 (I), 2011 (I),
2012 (I), 2013 (I)
Bishop Manogue High School (13) 1957 (IV), 1958 (III), 1970 (III), 1971 (III), 1972 (III),
1975 (III), 1979 (III), 1982 (III), 1987 (III), 1988 (III),
1999 (I-A), 2002 (I-A), 2003 (I-A)
Boulder City High School (11) 1955 (III), 1956 (III), 1958 (IV), 1961 (IV), 1962 (IV),
1963 (IV), 1965 (III), 1966 (III), 1967 (III), 1989 (III),
1991 (III)
Carlin High School (6) 1951 (6m), 1954 (6m), 1957 (6m), 1961 (6m), 2002 (IV),
2003 (IV)
Carson High School (4) 1922 (all), 1955 (IV), 1956 (IV), 1964 (III)
Chaparral High School (1) 1977 (I-A)
Churchill County High School (6) 1923 (all), 1929 (all), 1963 (III), 1976 (III), 1977 (III),
1978 (III)
Cimarron-Memorial High School (2) 1998 (I), 1999 (I)
Clark High School (4) 1968 (I-A), 1971 (I-A), 1972 (I-A), 1993 (I-A)
Coleville High School (5) 1965 (B), 1967 (B), 1969 (8m), 1970 (8m), 1971 (8m)
Douglas High School (1) 1974 (III)
Eldorado High School (1) 1991 (I-A)
Elko High School (6) 1953 (III), 1954 (III), 1957 (III), 1962 (III), 1980 (III),
1985 (III)
Eureka High School (3) 1983 (B), 1996 (IV), 1999 (IV)
Faith Lutheran High School (1) 2013 (I-A)
Fernley High School (3) 1952 (6m), 1956 (6m), 1964 (B)
Gabbs High School (2) 1960 (6m), 1983 (6m)
Incline High School (3) 1971 (IV), 1972 (IV), 1973 (IV)
Indian Springs High School (2) 1997 (IV), 1998 (IV)
Las Vegas High School (16) 1931 (all), 1932 (all), 1933 (all), 1934 (all), 1938 (all),
1944 (all), 1945 (all), 1947 (all), 1951 (lg.), 1953 (I-A),
1954 (I-A), 1957 (I-A), 1959 (I-A), 2001 (I), 2004 (I),
2006 (I)
Lincoln County High School (4) 1991 (IV), 1992 (IV), 2003 (III), 2005 (III)
Lowry High School (2) 1959 (IV), 1965 (IV)
McDermitt High School (5) 1968 (8m), 1971 (8m), 1973 (8m), 1982 (B), 1984 (B)
McQueen High School (6) 1990 (I-A), 1992 (I-A), 1997 (I), 2000 (I), 2002 (I),
2008 (I)
The Meadows School (8) 1995 (IV), 1997 (III), 1998 (III), 1999 (III), 2000 (III),
2001 (III), 2008 (III), 2009 (III)
Mineral County High School (1) 1962 (IV)
Moapa Valley High School (15) 1943 (6m), 1945 (6m), 1947 (6m), 1966 (IV), 1967 (IV),
1968 (IV), 1975 (IV), 1977 (IV), 1979 (IV), 1984 (III)
1992 (III), 1995 (III), 2000 (I-A), 2007 (I-A), 2008 (I-A),
Needles High School (1) 2007 (III)
North Tahoe High School (1) 1986 (III)
Owyhee High School (1) 1989 (IV)
Pahranagat Valley High School (17) 1978 (B), 1979 (B), 1980 (B), 1983 (B), 1985 (B),
1986 (B), 1987 (B), 1988 (B), 2001 (IV), 2005 (IV),
2006 (IV), 2008 (IV) 2009 (IV), 2010 (IV), 2011 (IV),
2012 (IV), 2013 (IV)
Palo Verde High School (1) 2004 (I)
Pershing County High School (7) 1927 (sm.), 1976 (IV), 1978 (IV), 2004 (III), 2010 (III),
2011 (III), 2012 (III)
Rancho High School (4) 1960 (I-A), 1961 (I-A), 1962 (I-A), 1988 (I-A)
Reno High School (19) 1924 (all), 1925 (all), 1926 (all), 1927 (all), 1928 (all),
1930 (all), 1937 (all), 1938 (all), 1939 (all), 1949 (all),
1950 (lg.), 1951 (lg.), 1952 (lg.), 1955 (I-A), 1956 (I-A),
1963 (I-A), 1973 (I-A), 1984 (I-A), 2003 (I)
Rite of Passage (1) 2006 (III)
Round Mountain High School (1) 1994 (IV)
Smith Valley High School (8) 1968 (8m), 1971 (8m), 1972 (8m), 1974 (8m), 1975 (B),
1976 (B), 1977 (B), 1981 (B)
Spring Creek High School (1) 1997 (I-A)
Tonopah High School (1) 2007 (IV)
Truckee High School (12) 1983 (III), 1990 (III), 1993 (III), 1996 (I-A), 1998 (I-A),
2001 (I-A), 2004 (I-A), 2005 (I-A), 2009 (I-A), 2010 (I-A),
2011 (I-A), 2012 (I-A)
Valley High School (2) 1969 (I-A), 1978 (I-A)
Virgin Valley High School (11) 1970 (IV), 1974 (IV), 1981 (IV), 1982 (IV), 1983 (IV),
1984 (IV), 1985 (IV), 1987 (IV), 1994 (III), 2006 (I-A),
N/A (1)
Wells High School (2) 2000 (IV), 2004 (IV)
Western High School (6) 1964 (I-A), 1965 (I-A), 1966 (I-A), 1975 (I-A), 1976 (I-A),
1996 (I)
West Wendover High School (1) 2002 (IV)
White Pine High School (5) 1935 (all), 1942 (all), 1946 (all), 1954 (III), 1968 (III)
Whittell High School (2) 1969 (IV), 1988 (IV)
Wooster High School (8) 1967 (I-A), 1981 (I-A), 1985 (I-A), 1986 (I-A), 1987 (I-A),
1989 (I-A), 1994 (I-A), 1995 (I-A)
Yerington High School (8) 1936 (all), 1953 (IV), 1954 (IV), 1964 (IV), 1969 (III),
1973 (III), 1981 (III), 2013 (III)

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