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 West Virginia high school football records

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Game

Points - 62, Jeff Swisher, Sistersville vs. New Matamoras (Ohio), Frontier, 1986 (76-8 win); 9 TDs, 4 2-point conversions.

Touchdowns - 10, Paul McCoy, Matewan vs. Burch, 2006 (64-0 win); Albert "Big Sleepy" Glenn, Elkins vs. Shinnston, 1922

Rushing attempts - 61, Cam Zopp, Buckhannon-Upshur vs. Bridgeport, 1980.

Rushing yards - 658, Paul McCoy, Matewan vs. Burch, 2006.

Pass attempts - 62, Todd Neff, Paden City vs. Doddridge County (42-6 loss), 1992.

Pass completions - 43, J.R. House, Nitro vs. Morgantown, 1998 (69-52 win).

Passing yards - 594, J.R. House, Nitro vs. Morgantown, 1998.

Touchdown passes - 10, J.R. House, Nitro vs. Morgantown, 1998.

Pass receptions - 29, Jeff Clark, Nitro vs. Roane County (37-8 win), 1999.

Receiving yards - 413, Jeff Clark, Nitro vs. Roane County, 1999.

Touchdown receptions - 6, Brandon Barrett, Martinsburg vs. Stephens City Sherando (Va.), 2002.

Total offense - 658, Paul McCoy, Matewan vs. Burch, 2006.

Pass interceptions - 5, Lewis "Buzz" Craddock, Poca vs. Nitro, 1967; David Young, Richwood vs. Braxton County, 1975; Donnie Shumate, Mullens vs. Marsh Fork, 1982; Chad Furgason, Rivesville vs. Valley (Fayette), 1983; Jared Turner, Winfield vs. Nitro, 1989.

Fumble recover touchdowns - 3, Ken McIntyre, Parkersburg South vs. Toledo DeVilbiss (Ohio), 1970.

Field goals - 5, Alex Ashley, Capital vs. Riverside (38-15 win), 2003.

Field goal distance - 59 yards, Corey Smith vs. Woodstock Central (Va.), 2007.

Punt distance - 105 yards, Gatha Hoffman, Fairmont Senior vs. Washington Irving, 1929.

Blocked punts - 4, Carlton Wagner, Pennsboro, 1929.

Season

Points - All-Time: Albert "Big Sleepy" Glenn, Elkins, 13 games, 1922; 49 TDs, 65 PATs; Modern: Spencer Farley, Morgantown, 14 games, 2004; 54 TDs; Regular season: 263, Curt Warner, Pineville, 1978.

Points accounted for - 402, J.R. House, Nitro, 14 games, 1998; 390 passing, 12 rushing.

Touchdowns - 54, Spencer Farley, Morgantown, 14 games, 2004.

Rushing attempts - 389, C.R. Howdyshell, Sistersville, 12 games, 1978; Regular season - 330, C.R. Howdyshell, Sistersville, 1978.

Rushing yards - 3,826, Jordan Roberts, Scott, 13 games, 2007; Regular season: 2,895, Jordan Roberts, 2007.

Rushing average per game - 294.3, Jordan Roberts, Scott, 2007.

Rushing average per carry - 27.0, John Zontini, Sherman, 1929.

Passing attempts - 610, J.R. House, Nitro, 1998, 14 games; Regular season: 432, J.R. House, Nitro, 1998.

Pass completions - 425, J.R. House, Nitro, 1998; U.S. record, 14 games; Regular season: 300, J.R. House, Nitro, 1998.

Passing yards - 5,526, J.R. House, Nitro, 14 games, 1998; Regular season: 3,909, J.R. House, Nitro, 1998.

Touchdown passes - 65, J.R. House, Nitro, 14 games, 1998; Regular season: 45, J.R. House, Nitro, 1998.

Total offense yards - 5,763, J.R. House, Nitro, 14 games, 1998; 5,526 passing, 237 rushing; Regular season: 4,109, J.R. House, Nitro, 1998.

Pass receptions - 132, Chris Martin, Nitro, 14 games, 1998; Regular season: 99, Chris Fulmer, Nitro, 2003.

Receiving yards - 2,056, Chris Martin, Nitro, 14 games, 1998; Regular season: 1,443, Chris Fulmer, Nitro, 2003.

Receiving touchdowns - 27, Chris Martin, Nitro, 14 games, 1998; Regular season: 23, Brandon Barrett, Martinsburg, 2002.

Pass interceptions - 16, Rick Smith, Calhoun County, 1990.

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