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Football School Records

During the course of the 2015 football season, several school records were broken or tied. Senior Quarterback Steve Cunningham set 10 school marks, including; career yardage, single season and single game passing yardage. He finished his career, ranked second overall in career passing yardage. Junior Wide Receiver, Vince Sanford, establish a new career reception mark with 90 receptions. Sanford eclipses the 89 receptions that Tyler Denton had during the 2012 and 2013 seasons. Sanford will look to add to that total during the 2016 season.

Listed below is a complete list of records that were broken throughout the 2015 season.

2015 Records

Career Records

Steve Cunningham: Career Yardage leader 3,641 yards passing, 333 yards rushing, 61 yards receiving- 4,035 total yards

Old record: 3,708 yards by Devin Jarrett

Vince Sanford: Career receptions leader (90)

Old record: 89 receptions by Tyler Denton

Individual Records (Single Season)

Best Rushing Average: A’Shon Riggins, 17.1 yards per rush.

Old Record: Marcus Oliver (8.2 yards in 2012)

Most Yards Passing: Steve Cunningham, 2,373 yards

Old Record: Andy Mignery (1,709 yards in 1998)

Most Passes Attempted: Steve Cunningham, 275 passes

Old Record: Steve Cunningham (222 passes attempted in 2014)

Most Passes Completed: Steve Cunningham, 165 completed passes

Old Record: Steve Cunningham (123 passes completed in 2014)

Most Touchdown passes: Steve Cunningham, 17 Touchdowns passes

Old Record: Andy Mignery (13 touchdown passes in 1998)

Best Pass Completion Average: Steve Cunningham, 61.8%

Old Record: Dan Hartleb (60% in 1983)

Most Touchdowns Receptions: Vince Sanford, 7

Ties record with Brandon Harris, (2003)

Individual Records (Single Game)

Most Yards Passing: Steve Cunningham, 386 yards against Lakota East

Old Record: Jason Bierly (357 in 2003)

Most Passes Attempted: Steve Cunningham, 41 against Lakota East

Old Record: Steve Cunningham (38 in 2014)

Most Passes Completed: Steve Cunningham, 26 against Lakota East

Old Record: Steve Cunningham (22 in 2014)

Most Pass Receptions: A’Shon Riggins, 10 vs. Lakota East

Ties record of Tyler Denton in 2013

Longest Pass: A’Shon Riggins from Steve Cunningham, 90 yards vs. Lakota West

Ties Record of Tyler Denton from Zach Keene in 2012

Team Records (Single Season)

Most Yards Passing: 2,382 yards passing

Old Record: 1,788 in 2003

Most Passes Completed: 170 completed passes

Old Record: 158 in 2014

Most Touchdown Passes: 17

Old Record: 15 in 1998

Best Pass Completion: 62.0%

Old Record: 54.2% in 1998

Most Yards Total Offense: 3,868 yards

Old Record: 3,600 yards in 2010

Most First Downs: 185 First Downs

Old Record: 168 in 1998

Team Records (Single Game)

Most Yards Passing: 386 vs. Lakota East

Old Record: 357, 2003 vs. Princeton

Most Passes Attempted: 41 vs. Lakota East

Old Record: 38, 2014 vs. Winton Woods

Most Passes Completed: 26 vs. Lakota East

Old Record: 20, 2014 vs. Kings

Most Yards Total Offense: 543 vs. Middletown

Old Record: 507, 2003 vs. Lima Senior

Most First Downs: 31 vs. Middletown

Old Record: 25, 2014 vs. Kings

Individual Player Career Rankings

Steve Cunningham

1st in Career Yardage (4,035 yards)

2nd in Career Passing (3,641 yards)

A’Shon Riggins

5th in career receiving (855 yards)

9th in Career Yardage (2,418 yards) 752 passing, 811 rushing and 855 receiving

15th in career scoring (86 points)

16th in career passing (752 yards)

23rd in career rushing (811 yards)

Isaiah Murph

8th in career scoring (102 points)

12th in career rushing (1,229 yards)

17th in Career Yardage (1,702) 1,229 rushing and 473 receiving.

21st in career receiving (473 yards)

Vince Sanford

1st in career receptions (90 catches)

3rd in career receiving (1,151 yards)

33rd in Career Yardage (1,174 yards) 23 yards rushing and 1,151 receiving.

Eric Jackson

14th in career receiving (555 yards)

34th in career rushing (520 yards)

39th in career Yardage (1,084) 520 rushing and 555 receiving and 9 passing.

John Zapata

32nd in career receiving (294 yards)

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