Yellowjacket’s Records

Llano High School Football

First Year Played:   1913 First Game: Llano 7  Cherokee 6   District Titles: 15       Total Playoff Appearances: 39 Games   Total Playoff Wins: 13

All – Time School Record Through 2019- 519-478-45… Of note, High School Records were rarely kept before 1956.  Anyone having records of players or of the school are encouraged to bring them to our attention.

Most Victories Beginning of the Season

  1. 1997…11
  2. 1994…10
  3. 2004… 6
  4. 1970…6
  5. 1960…6
  6. 1965…5

Most Team Rushing Yards per Season

  1. 2007 – 4,366 yds.- 627 carries – 6.96YPC.
  2. 2008 – 4329 yds. – 643 carries – 6.73 YPC.
  3. 2006 – 3,786 yds., 634 carries – 5.97 YPC.
  4. 1997 – 3500 yards- 524 carries – 6.7 YPC……1970- 3,500 Yards
  5. 1994 – 3,411 yards- 576 carries – 5.9 YPC

Most Team Points Scored Single Game

  1. 72 pts. – 2008 – Ingram
  2. 70 pts. – 1997 – San Saba
  3. 69 pts. – 1982 – Leander
  4. 68 pts. – 2007 – Ingram
  5. 68 pts. – 2007 – St. Michael’s
  6. 68 pts. – 2009 – Ingram
  7. 66 pts. – 1976 – San Saba
  8. 59 pts. – 2019 – Lulling
  9. 58 Pts.- 2013- Lampasas

Most Yds. Single game- Team

  1. 2007- St. Michael’s- 707 total yds.
  2. 2010-Salado-703 total yds.

Most Points Scored- Team- Season

  1. 2007 – 465 pts. – 35.76 ppg – 13 games
  2. 2019- 434 pts.- 36.16 ppg. – 12 games
  3. 2008 – 410 pts. – 34.16 ppg – 12 games
  4. 1957- 334 pts.- 33.4  ppg.- 10 games
  5. 1997 – 397 pts. – 33.08 ppg – 12 games
  6. 1994 – 355pts. – 32.27 ppg – 11 games

Most Pts. Average Per Game – Season

  1. 2019 – 36.16 PPG.
  2. 2007- 35.76 PPG.

Most Total Yards Single Season:

  1. 2008 – 4939 yds. 411 ypg
  2. 2019- 4729 yds. 394.08 ypg.
  3. 2007 – 5,080 yds. 390.77 ypg

Best Yellowjackets Defenses: Year                                                                                       # Games      Shut0uts     Points Allowed                                                                  1938              8                 6                      19   (7-1 Season Record)

1945              8                 5                      32

1952              10               5                      42

1944              7                  2                      39                                                                           1939              9                  5                      59                                                      1941              10                5                       70                                                                         1978              10                2                       80                                                                         1970              10                3                       83                                                                          1947              10                2                       91                                                       1975               11               4                       92                                                                          1995               11                                        101

1957              10                4                     111                                                                                       1997              12               3                     …….

Most Points Scored One Season:

  1. James Grantham – 1995 – 29 TDs.…Total: 176
  2. James Grantham – 1994 – 23 TDs.…Total: 150
  3. George Fraser – 1957 – 21 TDs…….Total: 148 ( Lead the State in scoring..Ronnie Bull from Bishop, Texas had 147 pts.)
  4. Ty Thurman – 2007…………………….. Total: 146
  5. Estevan Aviles – 2008 ………………… Total: 125
  6. Burns Laning – 1970 ………………….Total: 124
  7. Bradley Kassell-1997-20 TDs…..Total: 120
  8. Clayton Maples – 2008 – 20 TDs ……Total: 120
  9. Lance Dickey – 2007 ………………….. Total: 119
  10. Quincy Prince- 2019- 19 Tds….Total: 114
  11. Sammy Rabb – 1965 .. ………………Total: 105
  12. Boyd Gray – 1973 …………………….Total : 104
  13. Shane Pope – 2005 ……………………..Total: 100
  14. James Grantham – 1993 – 16 TDs….Total:   98
  15. Clayton Maples – 2009 – 15 TDs ……Total: 96
  16. Kevin Fain – 1977…………….……….Total:   90
  17. Case Kuykendall- 2019- 14 TDs….Total: 84

Most Points Scored One Game:

  1. George Fraser – 1957 – Burnet…45

      Most Points Career:

  1. James  Grantham – 430 points
  2. Clayton Maples – 2008-2009 – 216
  3. Estevan Aviles – 2008-2009 – 175

Most Career Passing Yards

1. Layton Rabb-2011-13- 4,492 Yards

2. Cade Fly-2017-18-  3,812 Yards

3. Braxton Vickers- 2018-2019- 2,842 Yards

4. Preston Rabb- 2009-10- 2,614 Yards

5. Brian Edwards – 2000 – ’01 – 2169 Yards

6. Bryan Hill – 2003 – ’04 – 2,040 Yards

7. Jason Smith – 2000 – ’02 – 1962 yards

8. Dennis Raesener – 1965 – 67 – 1873 Yards

9. Bradley Kassell – 1996 – 97 – 1650 Yards

10. Todd Mund – 1979 – 81 – 1609 Yards

11. Lance Heller – 1999 – 00 – 1577 Yards

12. Chance Bradley – 1992 – 93 – 1492 Yards

13. Holden Simpson- 2013-14- 1,453 Yards

14. Ben Walling-2015-16-17- 1,295 Yards

15. Trey Brooks – 2008 – 1259 yds.

Most Passing Yards – Single Game

  1. Cade Fly-2017-Sonora-405 Yards (25-37- 2 TD Passes)

2. Braxton Vickers- 2019- 399 Yards (24-36- 4 TDs)( Area Game- Sinton)

3. Two Tied:  Layton Rabb-2013-Brownwood- 369 Yards (15-26- 4TD Passes………….Preston Rabb-2010-Salado-369 Yards (17-31-1)

5. Layton Rabb-2012-Liberty Hill- 354 Yards (20-39-1)

6. Bryan Hill – 2004 – Blanco – 353 Yards (21 – 27 – 1)

7. Layton Rabb- 2013-Lampasas- 330 Yards(16-26-1)(3TD)

8. Braxton Vickers- 2019- Cuero- 328 Yds. (19-26- 5 TDs)

9. Braxton Vickers- 2019- Lago Vista- 322 Yds. (22-44- 2 TDs)

8. Layton Rabb-2013-Wimberley- 317 Yards (20-40-2)( 2 TDs)

9. Jason Smith – 2002 – Bandera – 315 Yards (17 – 28 – 2)

10. Brian Edwards – 2001 – Burnet – 312 Yards( 17 – 40 – 2)

10. Layton Rabb-2013- Bi District game- Glen Rose-307 Yards( 23-41-2) (2TDs)

11. Jason Smith – 2002 – Lampasas – 301 Yards (24 – 35 – 0)

12. Bryan Hill – 2004 – Liberty Hill – 291 Yards (23 – 41 – 2)

13.  Jason Smith-2002- Brady- 284 Yards (24-35)

14.  TIED: Cade Fly-2018-Hondo-277 yards (22-34- 2 TDs) , Brian Edwards – 2001 – Taylor – 277 Yards (21 – 42 – 2)

16.  Bryan Hill – 2004 – Comanche – 276 Yards (22 – 27 – 1)

17. Cade Fly- 2018- Lake View-269 Yards ( 20-30)

18. Braxton Vickers- 2019- Lulling- 268 YDs. (10-13- 4 TDS)

19. Brian Edwards- 2001- Brady- 267 Yards (14-26-2)

20. TIE: Braxton Vickers- 2019- Devine (Bi-District) 260 YDs ( 7-10- 5TDs)    Layton Rabb- 2011-Taylor- 260 Yards (16-29-1) 2 TDs

22. Cade Fly-2017-Lago Vista-256 Yards ( 13-21)   3 TDs

23. Layton Rabb-2013-Burnet-252 Yards(20-32-0)

24. Preston  Rabb- 2010- Taylor- 235 Yards (7-15)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 25. Preston Rabb-2010- Liberty Hill- 233 Yards (15-35)

26. TIE: Braxton Vickers- 2019- Lake View- 226 YDs- 4 TDs  Dennis Raesener- 1967- Burnet- 226 Yards.

28. Braxton Vickers- 2019- Wimberley- 224 YDs-2 TDS

29. Lance Dillard-1988- Bandera-223 Yards(11-22-2)

30. Layton Rabb-2012- Bandera-221 Yards (11-18)

Most Passing Games Over 200 Yards

1. Layton Rabb-2011-13    12 Games   (Started 22 games over 3 Yrs.)

2. Braxton Vicker- 2019      9 Games (Started 12 games)

2. Cade Fly- 2017-18           8 Games (Started 22 Games over 2 Yrs.)

3. Bryan Hill – 2004 –        Games 6

4. Brian Edwards – 2001 –          Games 6

5. Jason Smith – 2002 –               Games 5

6. Preston Rabb-2010-              Games   4

 

Most Completions Single Game

  1. Layton Rabb- Boerne- 2012- 26
  2. Cade Fly-Sonora- 2017-  25 (25-37-2 Td)

 3.TIE: Braxton Vickers-Sinton (Area Game)-24 of 36. Jason Smith – Lampasas – 2002 – 24

4-5..  Two Tied: Layton Rabb-2013- 23- Glen Rose (BiDistrict)                                                  Bryan Hill – Liberty Hill – 2004 – 23

6 TIE:  Braxton Vickers- Lago Vista- 2019- 22..Preston Rabb-Wimberley- 22-(BiDistrict )                                                                          . Bryan Hill – Comanche – 2004 – 22

9.TIE- Brian Edwards – Taylor – 2001 – 21                                                                                           Bryan Hill – Blanco – 2004 – 21

11-12-13-14   Cade Fly- 2018- Lago Vista- (20-30)   Layton Rabb-Liberty Hill-2012- 20 (20-39-1)   L. Rabb-2013- Burnet-20(20-32-0), L. Rabb-Wimberley-20(20-40-2)

Most Completions Single Season

  1. Brian Edwards – 2001 – 172
  2. Bryan Hill – 2004 – 154
  3. Braxton Vickers- 2019- 146
  4. Layton Rabb- 2012- 139
  5. Cade Fly- 2018- 135
  6. Jason Smith – 2002 -134                                                                                                           Preston Rabb-2010- 134

8. Layton Rabb-2013-121

Most Attempts Single Season

  1. Brian Edwards – 2001 – 336
  2. Preston Rabb- 2010- 263
  3. Jason Smith – 2002 – 260
  4. Braxton Vickers- 2019- 259
  5. Cade Fly-2018- 249
  6. Layton Rabb- 2012- 241
  7. Cade Fly-2017- 228
  8. Brian Hill – 2004 – 217
  9. Layton Rabb-2013- 214

Highest Single Season Completions

  1. Bryan Hill – 2004 – 154 – 217 – 71%

Most Passing Yards – Season

  1. Braxton Vicker- 2019- 2,799 Yds.                                                                                                 2.   Brian Edwards -2001- 2164 yards                                                                                                   3. Cade Fly-2018- 2091 yards                                                                                                        4. Bryan Hill – 2041 yards – 2004                                                                                                        5. Preston Rabb – 2,014 Yards- 2010

6. Layton Rabb-2013-1,902 Yards (7 Games)

7. Layton Rabb- 2012-1,899 Yards

8. Cade Fly- 2017 -1,721 Yards

9. JasonSmith – 1952 yards – 2002

10. Greg Joy – 1258 yards – 1977

11. ShelbyWright – 1230 yards – 1976

12. Rusty Rabb – 1165 yards – 1978

13. Holden Simpson- 1,147 Yards- 2014

14. Terry Hutto – 1019 yards – 1981

15.Lance Heller – 993 yards – 1999

16. Ian Compton-896 yards-2003

17. Jeff Kuykendall – 888 yards – 1989

18. Todd Mund – 880 yards – 1980

19. Ben Walling- 812 Yards- 2016 (56-138-3)

20. Marvin Rusche- 754 Yards- 1974

21. Lance Dillard- 700 Yards-1988 (49-136-14)

22. Layton Rabb-691 Yards-2011

Passing Touchdowns…One Season

  1. Braxton Vickers- 2019- 36 TD Passes
  2. TIE: Cade Fly-2018- 19 TDs…Bryan Hill – 2004 – 19 TD Passes…                                     Brian Edwards – 2001 – 19 TD Passes                                                                                           5. Shelby Wright – 1976 – 18 TD Passes                                                                                        6. Jason Smith – 2002 – 17 TD Passes                                                                                            7. TIE- Cade Fly- 2017- 16TD Passes   Holden Simpson-2014- 16 TD Passes                      9. Greg Joy – 1977 – 15 TD Passes ..Layton Rabb- 2012- 15 TD Passes

10. Rusty Rabb – 1978 – 14 TD Passes

11.  Layton Rabb-2013-13 TD Passes

12. Preston Rabb- 2010- 12 TD Passes

13. Jeff Kuykendall – 1989 – 11 TD Passes

14. Trey Brooks – 2007 – 11 TD Passes

15.  Dennis Raesener – 1967 – 9 TD Passes

16. Bradley Kassell-1997- 8 Td Passes

Passing Touchdowns  – One Game

1. Braxton Vicker- 2019- 5- Cuero, Braxton Vickers- 2019- 5- Devine (Bi-District ), Brian Edwards – 2001 – 5 – Shelly Wright – 1976 – 5 – San Saba

4 TD Passes: Braxton Vickers- 2019- 4- Lake View  Braxton Vickers- 2019- 4  Sinton (Area) Braxton Vickers- 2019- 4- Lulling…  Cade Fly-2018- 4- Brady-…  Greg Joy – 1977 – 4    Russell Rabb – 1978 – 4- Brady …Preston Rabb-2010- 4- Salado …Layton Rabb-2012- 4  Bangs.  Layton Rabb-2013-Brownwood-    4 TDs .                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    3 TDS Passes : Ben Walling- 2016- -3- Smithville.  Jamie Obsorn – 1983 – 3 – Mason . Dennis Raesener – 1967 – 3 -Burnet.  Layton Rabb- 2012- 3- Liberty Hill.  Layton Rabb-2013-3 Wimberley, Layton Rabb- 2013-Lampasas, Cade Fly-2017-Lago Vista-3 (256 Yards) . Cade Fly-2017-Bandera- 3

Most TD Passes Career                                                                                                                    1. Braxton Vickers- 2019- 36 TD Passes 

2. Cade Fly-2017-18…35 TD Passes                                                                                                  3. .Layton Rabb-2011-13…32 TD Passes

Most TD Receptions Single Season

  1. Quincy Prince- 2019- 17 TD Passes
  2. TIE: Case Kuykendall- 2019- 9…Jared Beasley-2019-9……Michael White – 2002 -9.         5. TIE:. Walker Woolman – 2007- 8….Will Carpenter – 2004-8                                                           7. TIE:  Brooks Keele-2017- 7 TD   &  Issac Hutto-2013- 7 TDs

9. Four Tied:  Kyle Hopf – 2004 – 6.     Ryan Willmann – 1997 -6        Ned Butler – 1977- 6   Ned Butler – 1976 – 6

Most TD Catches Single Game

ALL Tied With 3 TDs in a Game:   Case Kuykendall- 2019-3-LullingQuincy Prince- 2019- 3- Devine (Bi-Distirct)…

Ned Butler-1976- 3- San Saba………Ryan Willmann – 1999 – 3

Michael White – Smithville – 3….Larry Clutter – Burnet – 1976 – 3

Issac Hutto-Bangs-2012-3

Most TD Catches Career

  1. Quincy Prince- 2018-19- 22 TD Catches                                                                                       2. Michael White – 2001 – 02…15 TD
  2. Case Kuykendall-2018-19- 13 TD Catches                                                                                  3.TIE: Brooks Keele-2017-18-…12 TDs… Ned Butler – 1976 – 77…12TDs                                5. .Issac Hutto- 2012-13…10TD                                                                                                       6.  Three Tied: Jared Beasley- 2019- 9…Will Carpenter – 2003 – 04…9  Walker Woolman – 2007-08…..9                                                                                                               10.   Matt Center- 2010-2012- 8TDs                                                                                              11. TIE:   Jalen Bauman-2013-14-…6 TDs…Ryan Willman – 1999. . . 6 TDs

Most Catches Single game

  1. Will Carpenter – Comanche – 2004 – 11 (2 – TDs)  Will Carpenter – Comfort – 2004 – 11 (1 TD)                                                                                                                               3. Michael White – Ingram – 2002 – 10 catches                                                                      9  Catches in a Game: Jalen Bauman-2014- 9 against  Bangs     Ned Butler – Georgetown – 1977 – 9.  Will Carpenter – Blanco – 2004 – 9   Will Carpenter – Liberty Hill – 2004 – 9    Rhett Brooks- 9- Liberty Hill- 2012                                                                 8 Catches in a Game: Aaron Brown- 2017-Hondo, Jalen Bauman-  Wall.    Michael White – Wimberley – 2002 –  Will Carpenter – Bandera 2004.  Anthony Watson – Brady-2017.                                                                                                                                                    7 Catches in a Game: :Quincy Prince-2019-  Lago Vista, Hunter Ratliff – Lampasas – 2002 – Ned Butler-Fredericksburg- 1977- Issac Hutto-2013-Burnet- Glen Rose-(BiDistrict)…Wesley Lucas Bandera-7                                                                                                                                                           6 Catches in a Game: Aaron Brown-2017-Sonora- 114 Yards,, Hayden Godfrey-2017-6- 69 Yards, Chance Ware-2013- 6  passes…John McKay-Comanche 2010-Justin Wyatt-Salado- 2010-   Matthew Center-Wimberley-2010-  Mikel Virdell-San Saba-1966-   Issac Hutto-2013-Wimberley-    Issac Hutto-2013-Lampasas-6

Most Catches Single Season

1.Will Carpenter – 2004 – 79 (8 TDs)                                                                                                 2. Michael White – 2002 – 61 (9 TDs)                                                                                                3. TIE: Quincy Prince- 2019- 50 Catches (17 TDs)   Issac Hutto-2013- 50 ( 7 TDs)                                                                                                                                                                                        5. Jalen Bauman-2013-44 (3 TDs)                                                                                                     6. Ned Butler – 1977 – 42                                                                                                             7.Hank Oestreich – 2001 – 39                                                                                                              8. TIE: Mason Greenwood- 2015- 38                                                                                     :Hunter Ratliff – 2002 – 38                                                                                                                    9. Michael White – 2001 – 36                                                                                                                10. TIE: Matt Center- 2013- 35…Will Carpenter – 2003 – 35… Mikel Virdell-1966-35               13. TIE: Case Kuykendall- 2018- 32 passes caught  (For 512 Yards)  Rhett Brooks- 2012- 32 passes caught    Ned Butler- 1976- 32 passes caught. Justin Methvin-1999- 32                     17. Justin Saverance- 2010- 31                                                                                                         18. Jared Beasley- 2019- 29 Catches                                                                                                19. Case Kuykendall- 2019- 28 Catches

Most Catches Career

  1. Will Carpenter – 2003 – 04… 114  catches
  2. Michael White – 2001 – 02…    97 catches
  3. Hunter Ratliff-2001-02…90 catches
  4. Issac Hutto-2011-13…78 Catches
  5. Ned Butler-1976-77- …74 catches
  6. Jalen Bauman- 2013-14…72 Catches
  7.   Matt Center- 2010-2013- 68
  8. TIE: Quincy Prince- 2018-19- 65 Catches….Mikel Virdell – 1965’66’67…65 Catches       10. Case Kuykendall- 2018-19…60 Catches                                                                              11. Johnny Baskin – 1976 – 78…52 catches                                                                                    12. TIE: Brooks Keele- 2017-18- 45 catches…Hank Oestreich – 2000 – 01…45 catches         14. Bruce Rushing – 41 catches                                                                                                       15.  TIE: Zach Johnson-37 Catches   Jim Kirk Underwood- 37 Catches                                                                                                17. Aaron Brown- 2017, 2019- 33 Catches                                                                              18. Justin Methvin-1999…32 Catches                                                                                              19. Justin Saverance- 2009-’10- 31 catches                                                                            120.Jared Beasley-2019- 29 Catches                                                                                       21.Walker Woolman 2007-08 – 26 catches                                                                              1

Most Receiving Yards Single Game

1. Rhett Brooks- 2012- Liberty Hill- 226 Yards (9 Catches)

2. Quincy Prince- 2019- Sinton…179 Yards ( Area)…Quincy Prince- 2019-Cuero…165 Yards…Michael White – Burnet – 2001…164 Yards…. Michael White – Bandera – 2002…160 Yards….Larry Clutter – Burnet – 1976…158 Yards…. Justin Wyatt- Salado-2011…156 Yards Jared Beasley-2019-Lago Vista…154 Yards… Justin Wyatt- Salado- 2010…153 Yards …. Will Carpenter – Blanco – 2004…152 Yards…Case Kuykendall-2019- Lulling…142 Yards…Quincy Prince-2019- Wimberley…139 Yards… Johnny Baskins – Dripping Springs – 1979. . .137 Yards….Case Kuykendall-2019-Devine (Bi-District)-134 Yards… Michael White – Wimberley – 2002…131 Yards… Wesley Lucas-Bandera-1988- 133 Yards … Case Kuykendall- Lake View 2018…129 Yards, 1 TD. ….  Jalen Bauman-Wimberley- 2013-128 Yards (5 Catches) … Chance Ware- 2013-GlenRose(BiDistrict) 126 Yards (6 Catches) … Justin Saverance-Fredericksburg…2010…124 Yards…Issac Hutto- Brownwood-2013-124 yards…. Brooks Keele- 2017- Crystal City (Bi-District) 122 Yds….Will Carpenter – Vista Ridge – 2004…121 Yards…Kyle Hopf – Vista Ridge – 2004…120 Yards …Jared Beasley- 2019- Cuero-119 Yards… Issac Hutto-Burnet-2013- 7 Catches- 118 Yards…Quincy Prince- 2019-Devine- 117 Yards… Aaron Brown-Hondo- 2017- 8 catches- 117 yards …. Johnny Baskins – Junction – 1979…116 Yards …Aaron Brown-Sonora- 114 Yards (6  Catches) Johnny Baskins – Brady – 1979…114 Yards … Justin Saverance-Salado-2010…113 Yards …. Chance Ware-Lampasas-2013- 111 Yards…2 catches … Mason Greenwood- 2017-Lago Vista-109 yards on 3 catches…Ned Butler – Georgetown – 1977…108 Yards…Ricky Shanks-Marble Falls-1973- 108 Yards… Brooks Keele- Sonora 2017- 106 Yards- (4 Catches) Pete Smith – Marble Falls – 1985…106 Yards    Justin Wyatt- Taylor- 2011…106 Yards …Quincy Prince-2019- Lago Vista…105 Yards…  Ned Butler-Fredericksburg- 1977…105 Yards … Hunter Ratliff – Bandera – 2002…102 Yards   ….  Johnny Baskins – San Saba – 1978 – 102 Yards 33… Chance Ware-Brownwood- 2013- 100 Yards-2 catches  … Quincy Prince- Hondo- 2019- 98 Yards…Sterling Jameson- Taylor- 2010- 96 Yards… Jalen Bauman-2013-Lampasas- 96 Yards … Jerry Butler-Granger- 1954- 95 Yards … Anthony Watson- Brady-2017- 93 yards on 8 catches( 2 TDs). …  Case Kuykendall- Hondo-2019- 92 Yards…Anthony Watson- Smithville-2016- 92 Yards on 3 catches … Justin Saverance-Liberty Hill-2010-91 Yards … Justin Saverance- Bandera-2010- 90 Yards … Matthew Center-Comanche-2011-90 Yards … Jim Banner-Boerne-1973-89 Yards  … Anthony Watson-2017 Lago Vista-3 catches  for 88 Yards … Rhett Brooks-Taylor-2010-87 Yards…Jared Beasley- 2019- Lago Vista- 81 Yards-1 TD.

Most Receiving Yards Single Season

  1. Quincy Prince- 2019- 1,173 Yards
  2. Michael White – 2002…881 Yards
  3. Will Carpenter – 2004…843 Yards
  4. Jared Beasley- 2019- 797 Yards
  5. Issac Hutto-2013-752 Yards
  6. Ned Butler – 1977…646 Yards
  7. Michael White – 2001…641 Yards
  8. Justin Saverance- 2010…626 Yards
  9. Hunter Ratliff – 2002…602 Yards
  10. Jalen Bauman-2013-560 Yards
  11. Chance Ware-2013- 556 Yards
  12. Case Kuykendall- 2019- 547 Yards
  13. Rhett Brooks- 2012- 521 Yards
  14. Case Kuykendall- 2018-512 Yards
  15. Quincy Prince-2018- 505 Yards
  16. Hank Oestreich – 2001…491 Yards
  17. Johnny Baskin – 1978…489 Yards
  18.  Will carpenter- 2003…478 Yards
  19. Johnny Baskin – 1979…476 Yards
  20. Ned Butler – 1976…475 Yards
  21. Justin Methvin-1999-470 Yards
  22. Wesley Lucas – 1988…464 Yards
  23. Brooks Keele- 2017- 434 Yards
  24. Zach Johnson-1992- 432 Yards
  25. Aaron Brown- 2017- 400 Yards
  26. Brooks Keele- 2018- 384 Yards
  27. Zach Johnson- 1991- 346 Yards

Most Receiving Yards Career

  1. Quincy Prince– 2018-19-  1678 Yds.                                                                                             2. Michael White – 2001 – 02…1522 Yards
  2. Will Carpenter – 2003 – 04…1321 Yards
  3. Johnny Baskin – 1977 – 79…1175 Yards
  4. Issac Hutto-2011-13-1,153 Yards
  5. Ned Butler – 1976 – 77…1,121 Yards
  6. Case Kuykendall- 2018-19-  1059 Yards
  7. Hunter Ratliff – 2001 – 02…929 Yards
  8. Matt Center- 2010-12…843 Yards
  9. Brooks Keele- 2017-18-…818 yards
  10. Jared Beasley- 2019- …29 Catches- 797 Yds.
  11. Jalen Bauman-2013-14…786 Yards
  12. Zach Johnson-1991-92…37…778 Yards
  13. Rhett Brooks- 2011-12…670 Yards

Best yards Per Reception (Min. 10 Catches Season)

  1. Quincy Prince-2018- 15 catches- 505 Yards-33.66 P/C                                                 2.Larry Clutter – 1976 – 10 Catches, 313 yards…31.3Yards P/C                                              3. Jared Beasley- 2019- 29 Catches-…27.48 YPC                                                                        4. Johnny Baskin-1978 – 18 Catches,489 Yards…27.2Yards P/C                                              5. Brad Hatfield-1989- 15 Catches, 386 Yards…25.7 P/C                                                          6. Casey Landers – 1993 – 12 Catches, 290 Yards…24.2Yards YPC                                        7. Quincy Prince- 2019- 50 Catches, 1,173 Yds…23.46 YPC                                                        8. Chance Ware-2013- 24 Catches-556 Yards-…23.2 Yards P/C                                         9.  Johnny Baskin – 1979 – 22 Catches. 476 Yards…21.63Yards PC                                           10. Zack Johnson – 1992 – 20 Catches,432 Yards…21.6 Yards P/C                                       11. Justin Wyatt-2011- 15 catches, 322 yards…21.46 YPG                                                   12. Zach Johnson- 1991-17 Catches, 346 Yards…20.35 YPC                                                         13. Justin Saverance- 2010-31 Catches- 626 Yards…20.19 YPC                                                  14. Kasin Riley-2014-13 catches-261 Yards…20.08 Yards P/C                                              16. Case Kuykendall- 2019- 28 Catches, 547 yards…19.54 YPC…                                            17.  Walker Woolman – 2007 – 19 Catches, 371 Yards…19.53 Yards P/C                             18. Brooks Keele- 2017- 23 catches, 434 Yds…18.87 Yards P/C                                     19. Derrick Winfrey-1989- 16 catches…280 Yds. 17.5 P/C                                                           20. Brooks Keele-2018-22 Catches, 384 Yards…17.45 YPC

Longest Pass Catch in School History                                                                                  1. Quincy Prince- 2019- 95 Yards- Sinton (Area Game) from Quarterback      Braxton Vickers                                                                                                                            2. Quincy Prince- 2019- Wimberley-92 Yards from Quarterback Braxton Vickers

3. 2018- Quincy Prince-Hondo (Bi-District) 91 Yards- Quarterback Cade Fly

4. 2001- Michael White- Burnet90 Yards -Quarterback- Jason Smith

5. Jared Beasley– Cuero- 2019- 81Yards- Quarterback Braxton Vickers

Single Season Rushing Leaders

  1. James Grantham – 1995 – 318 Carries ..…2,014 Yards
  2. James Grantham – 1994 – 314 Carries……1,986 Yards
  3. George Fraser – 1957 – 221 Carries……..1,836 Yards
  4. Shane Pope – 2005 – 310 Carries …………1,672 Yards
  5. Royce Owens – 1991 – 259 Carries………1,526 Yards
  6. Curtis Hartman – 1990 – 219 Carries……..1,500 Yards
  7. Bradley  Kassell – 1997 – 181 Carries……1,434Yards
  8. Ty Thurman – 2007 – 204 carries………… 1,334 Yards
  9. Clayton Maples – 2008 – 206 carries……. 1,322 Yards
  10. Mason Greenwood- 2016- 191 carries….1,303 Yards
  11. Kevin Fain – 1977 – ……………………………1,303  Yards
  12. Burns Laning – 1970 – 159 Carries…..….1,288 Yards
  13. Micky Virdell – 1970 – 227 Carries………..1,280 Yards
  14. Aaron Rode – 1999 – 164 Carries …………1,274 Yards
  15. Lance Dickey – 2006 – 205 carries………..1,270 yards
  16. Curtis Hartman – 1989 – 254 Carries……..1,264 Yards
  17. Clayton Maples – 2009 – 202 Carries …….1,251 Yards.
  18. Lance Dickey – 2007 – 153 carries ………..1,222 yards
  19. James Grantham – 1993 – 218 Carries..…1,218 Yards
  20. Estevan Aviles – 2008 – 124 Carries ………1,194 Yards
  21. Micky Virdell – 1969 – ………………………..1,184 Yards
  22. Craig Bauman – 1996 – 229 Carries…….…1,143 Yards
  23. Ty Thurman – 2006 – 172 Carries ………….1,101 Yards
  24. Randy Scott – 1967 – …………………….…1,060 Yards
  25. Mason Greenwood- 2015- 214 Carries…..1,057 Yards                                                     Burns Laning – 1969 – ……………….….….1,057 Yards
  26. Kevin Fain – 1976 – 167 Carries…….….….1,026 Yards
  27. Tracy Kasper – 1972 – ……………….….….1,025 Yards

Single Game Rushing Record

  1. George Fraser- 1957- Santa Anna- 27 carries- 356 Yards ( 4 TDs)
  2. Curtis Hartman – 1990 – Gatesville – 24 carries – 327 yards
  3. George Fraser – 1957 – Burnet – 36 carries – 317 yards
  4. James Grantham – 1995 – Dripping Springs – 46 carries – 285 yards
  5. Clayton Maples – 2008 – Bandera – 25 carries – 267 yards
  6. Carter Tatsch-2013-Bangs- 26 carries, 262 Yards

6. Curtis Hartman – 1990 – Dripping Springs – 27 carries – 250 yards

7.  James Grantham – 1990 – Burnet – 23 carries – 248 yards

8. Curtis Hartman- 1989-Lake Travis- 25 carries- 240 yards

9. Burns Laning – 1970 – Burnet – 234 yards

10. James Grantham – 1995 – Giddings ( Area) – 49 carries – 234 yards

11. Burns Laning – 1970 Marble Falls – 230 yards

12. Ty Thurman – 2006 St. Micheals – 19 carries – 227 yards

13. Micky Virdell – 1969 – Crane – 226 yards

14. Royce Owens- 1991- Lampasas- 220 Yards

15. Kevin Fain – 1977 – Burnet – 29 carries – 218 yards

16. Bradley Kassell- 1997- Burnet- 216  Yards

17. Mason Greenwood- 2016- Hondo- 22 carries- 215 Yards

18. Aaron Rode – 1999 – Liberty Hill – 22 carries – 214yards

19. Burns Laning – 1969 – Burnet – 212 yards

20. George Fraser-1957- St. Edwards- 23 carries-208 Yards ( 3 TDs)

21. Shane Pope – 2005 – Ingram – 207 yards

22. Willie Erwin – 1975 – Junction – 206 yards

23. Bradley Kassell- 1997- Bandera- 203 Yards

24. Chris Webb- 2000-Liberty Hill- 16 carries, 191 Yards

25. Donaven Arrellano- Lake View- 2019- 28-190 Yards

25. James Grantham-1992- Dripping Spring- 180 Yards

26. Donaven Arrellano- 2019- Brady- 28-178 Yds.  4 TDs

27. Henry Hammons-1957- Evant- 6-156 Yards

 

Most Rushing Yards – Single Game- 3 backs

  1. 2007 – St. Micheals – 527 yds – Lance Dickey – 202 Yards, Ty Thurman – 176 yards,       Wes Regmund -149 yards
  2. 1957- Santa Anna- 497 yds.- Geoerge Fraser- 356 Yards, Don Ray Hopson-79 Yards, Henry Hammoons- 62 Yards.

Most Rushing Yards- as a Freshman

  1. Henry Hammons- 1957- 892 Yards, 111 Carries
  2. James Grantham-1992- 445 Yards, 87 Carries

Most Rushing Yards-as a Sophomore

  1. James Grantham- 1993- 1,218 Yards
  2. Mason Greenwood- 2015- 1,057 Yards
  3. Kevin Fain- 1975- 897 Yards
  4. Micky Virdell- 1968- 597 Yards
  5. Curtis Hartman-  1988- 399 Yards
  6. Royce Owens-1989-100 carries/ 372 Yards

Longest Run From Scrimmage

2007 Lance Dickey 97 yards.  Against Devine, played in the Alamodome.  Llano won that game, Area Championship, 40-6.  Also, as pointed out by Art Dlugach…this was the first ever game played indoors, first playoff indoors, first win indoors !!! Played on November 24, 2007.

Career All – Time Rushers

  1. James Grantham – 1992 – 95…931 rushes…5,663 Yards
  2. Kevin Fain – 1976 – 78…,3,226Yards
  3. Curtis Hartman – 1988 – 90…589 carries…3,163 Yards
  4. Micky Virdell – 1968 – 70…3,058 Yards
  5. Mason Greenwood- 2015-16-17-  447 carries…2,674 Yards
  6. Clayton Maples- 2008-2009- 408 Carries…2,573 Yards
  7. Lance Dickey- 2005-07- 358 carries…..2,492 Yards
  8. Ty Thurman-2006-07- 376 Carries……2,435 Yards
  9. Burns Laning – 1968 – 70…2,345 Yards
  10. Shane Pope – 2004 – 2006 …407 carries 2,262 Yards
  11. Royce Owens-1989-91…426- 2,254 Yards (Incomplete Jr. Yr. Stats)
  12. Boyd Gray – 1973 – 75…2,164 Yard

Records incomplete on George Fraser.  In 1995, James Grantham was the 10th highest rushing leader in Class 3AAA History

Season Team Rushing yards

  1. 2007…4366 yards….627 carries….6.96 YPC…Season Record 9-4
  2. 2008…4,329 yards…643 carries… 6.73 YPC..Season Record: 8-4
  3. 2006…3786 yards….634 carries….6.0YPC…Season Record 7-5
  4. 1970 …3500 Yards..Season Record…9-0-1
  5. 1997…3500 Yards…524 carries.…6.7YPC…Season Record: 11-1
  6. 1994…3411 Yards…576 carries…5.9 YPC…Season Record: 10-1
  7. 2005…3364 Yards…600 carries…5.6 YPC…Season Record: 8-4
  8. 1995…3068 yards…500 carries….5.6 YPC…Season Record 9-2

Most Carries- Single Season

  1. 1995…James Grantham…318 Carries
  2. 1994…James Grantham…314 Carries
  3. 2005…Shane Pope….310 Carries

Average Yards Per Carry: Min. 100 Carries- Season

  1. Estevan Aviles – 2008 – 124 carries, 1194 yards….9.63 average
  2. George Fraser – 1957 – 221 carries, 1836 yards….8.3 average
  3. Henry Hammons- 1957- 108 carries, 892 Yards…8.25 average
  4. Burns Laning – 1970 – 159 carries – 1288 yards…..8.1 average
  5. Lance Dickey – 2007 – 153 carries – 1222 yards ….7.99 average
  6. Bradley  Kassell – 1997 – 181 carries – 1434yards..7.9 average
  7. Aaron Rode – 1999 – 164 carries – 1274 yds….7.76  average.
  8. Paul Sears – 2004 – 113 carries – 871 yards……….7.7 average
  9. Jason Moore – 1997 – 108 carries – 754 yards……..6.98 average
  10. Curtis Hartman – 1990 – 219 carries – 1500 yards…6.85 average
  11. Mason Greenwood- 2016- 191 carries- 1,303 Yards…6.82 Average
  12. Clayton Maples – 2009 – 202 carries – 1251 yards…6.19 average

Extra points – Season  Special / % 

  1. Kyle Gatliff – 1997 – 44 points – 50 attempts
  2. Diego Miguel- 2019- 42 Points- 47 attempts
  3. TIE: Estevan Aviles – 2008 – 35 pts.   Lance Dickey – 2007 – 35 pts.                                        Diego Miguel- 2018- 35 of 36 Attempts-97.22 %                                                                        7. Robert Clark – 1999 – 34 of 35 attempts – 97.14                                                                    8.  Grant Morgan – 2004 – 32 points – 37 Attempts                                                                     9. Diego Garcia-2017 – 29 Points-32 Attempts (90%)                                                             10. Three TIED:Grant Morgan – 2005 – 28 points – 37 Attempts… John Overstreet – 1977 – 28 points…Rex Wootan – 1967 – 28 points                                                                         13. John McKay- 2010- 27 points-28 attempts- 96.43 %                                                         14. Luke Etheredge – 1995 – 25 points – 31 attempts                                                                   15. Patrick Wander – 1991 – 24 points – 24 attempts- (100%)                                     16.David Bush – 1998 – 23 points – 32 attempts                                                                      17.David Forrester-2013-22 points- 29 attempts

 School Record for Most Successive Extra Points Made in a Row:

1. Diego Miguel-2018- 31 In a row…made 35 of 36 for the season.                               2.John  McKay-26-2010,  John made 27 of 28 Extra points in 2010                                            3. Robert Clark – 17 – 1999                                                                                                          4.Bozo Hoskins – 15 – 1981

Extra Points – Career

  1. TIED: Diego Miguel- 2018-19- 77 Pts.    Grant Morgan – 2003 – 05 – 77
  2. Kyle Gatliff – 1996 – 97  -76
  3. Boyd Gray – 1973 – 75-……..
  4. Esevan Aviles- 2008 -2009- 55

Extra Points – Game

  1. Kyle Gatliff-1997- San Saba- 10 (Score was 70-0.)
  2. Diego Miguel-2019- 7- Brady                                                                                                        3. Diego Miguel- 2019- 6- Devine- 2019   Diego- one game in 2018- 6                                      Grant Morgan  – 2003 – Brady – 6   2. John McKay- 2010-  Fredericksburg- 6            Diego Garcia- 2017- Bandera- 6

Field Goals – Season

  1. Diego Miguel- 2018-  8 of 8 FG- Longest 48 Yards (School Record)( Forced into Overtime)                                                                                                                                          2. Grant Morgan – 2003 – 6 FG – Longest – 40 yards – (One game winner)                         3. Grant Morgan – 2005 – 5 – 5 of 7 – Longest 37 yards.                                                           4. Grant Morgan – 2004 – 5- Longest 42 yards                                                                          5. David Bush – 1998 – 5 FG – Hit 5 of 6 in season                                                                     6. Patrick Wander – 1991 – 5 FG – Longest – 40 yards – 2 Game Winners*                             7. Tie:  Luke Etheredge – 1994, Boyd Gray – 1973, Robert Clark – 1999, Estevan Aviles – 2009 – all kicked 4 FG.

Field Goals – Career

  1. Grant Morgan – 2003 – 05 – 16 Field Goals – 42 yards longest
  2. TIE: Diego Miguel- 2018-19- 10 ( 10 0f 15)  48 Yards longest     Boyd Gray – 1973 – 75 – 10 Field Goals- 41 Yards longest
  3. Kyle Gatliff – 1996 – 97 -6 Field Goals

Longest Field Goal

  1. Diego Miguel- 2018- Wimberley- 48 Yards                                                                                2. Grant Morgan – 2004 – Wimberley – 42 yards                                                                         3. Boyd Gray – 1973 – 41 yard                                                                                                         4. Patrick Wander – 1991 – 40 yards                                                                                               5. Grant Morgan – 2003 – 40 yards

Best Field Goal Percentage – Season

  1. Diego Miguel- 2018- 8 of 8- 100%                                                                                     2.David Bush – 1998 – Hit 5 of 6 – 83 %                                                                                       3. Robert Clark – 1999 – Hit 4 of 5 – 80%                                                                                    4. Kyle Gatliff – 1996 – Hit 3 of 4 – 75%                                                                                           5. Grant Morgan-2005…5 0f 7…71%

Best Field Goal Percentage- Career

Kick – Off TD Return Records

  1. Willie Erwin – 1974 – 100 Yards
  2. Kevin Fain – 1977 – 93 Yards – Leander
  3. TIE: Quincy Prince-2019- 91 Yards-Lago Vista Ty Thurman – 2007 – 91 yards – Bandera 5. TIE: Quincy Prince- 2019-88 Yards- Sinton (Area Game)  Lance Franklin – 1984 – 88 Yards – Gatesville                                                                                                                             7. TIE:Quincy Prince- 2018- 84 Yards- Lake View  & Jordan Clayton – 2005 – 84 Yards – Vista Ridge                                                                                                                                            9. Clay Tarter-2011-80 Yards-Comanche                                                                                    10. Will Carpenter – 2003 – 64 Yards – Smithville                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Career Number of Kick Off Returns:

Quincy Prince- 3- 2018’19

Season Punting Average

  1. Issac Hutto- 2013- 39.7 Average- 46 punts

2. Grant Morgan – 2005 – 38.4 avg. 29 punts 3. Kyle Hopf – 2004 – 37.6 avg. 26 punts 4. Daniel Valentine-2003- 36.3 Average 5. Zack Morgan-2011- 35.48 ave. 47 punts 6. Zach Morgan- 2012- 35.13 Ave. Yards per Punt 7. Estevan Aviles- 2009- 35.1   55 punts 8. Jordan Cavness-2010-34.46 Average- 54 Punts

Interceptions – Single Game

  1. David Hoskins – 2003 – Bandera Game – Played in Llano – 3…T.J. Bunnell – 2005 Brady – 3…Derrick Winfrey – 1989 – Bandera Game – Played in Bandera 4. Brent Greenwood-2016- Bandera- 2- Played in Bandera…Austin Charlton – 1976 – Brady – 2 , Lance Dickey – 2007 – Lulling 2 , Bradley Tribble – 1976 – Mason – 2 Glen Deltz – 1978 – Brady – 2 Johnny Baskin – 1979 – Mason –  2 , Jordan Clayton – 2005 – Vista Ridge – 2,  2014, Tommy Yelvington- 2

Interceptions – Season

  1. Howard Barnes – 1973 – 11
  2. Bradley Kassell – 1995 – 8
  3. Jim Kirk Underwood – 1981 – 7
  4. David Hoskins – 2003 – 6
  5. Mark Joy – 1982 – 6 ( Mark played linebacker)
  6. Cody Miller- 2015- 6
  7. Cody Miller- 2014- 6
  8. Tommy Yelvington-2014- 5
  9. T.J. Bunnell – 2005 – 5
  10. Shelby Wright – 1976 – 5
  11. Bradley Kassell – 1996 – 5
  12. Derrick Winfrey – 1989 – 5

Interceptions: – Career

  1. Bradley Kassell – 1995 – 97 – 13 Interceptions
  2. Cody Miller – 2014-15- 12 Interceptions
  3. Howard Barnes – 1972 – 73 – 11 Interceptions
  4. Zack Johnson – 1989 – 91 – 10 Interceptions
  5. Austin Charlton – 1976 – 77 – 9 Interceptions
  6. David Hoskins – 2003 – 04 – 8 Interceptions
  7. Derrick Winfrey – 1988 – 89 – 8 Interceptions
  8. Jim Kirk Underwood – 1980 – 81 – 8 Interceptions
  9. T.J. Bunnell – 2004-05 – 6 interceptions
  10. Shelby Wright – 1975 – 76 – 6 Interceptions

Interceptions Returned for Touchdowns

  1. David Hoskins – 2003 – 2

Longest Interception Return

  1. 98 yards – Lance Dickey – 2007
  2. 92 yards-Sterling Jameson-2010

Longest Field Goal TRY / Blocked, Returned for TD

  1. Logan Duggar- 2019- 69 Yards- Lake View

DEFENSE:  (A work in progress)

Most Sacks in a Game:

Most Career Sacks:

Most Tackles in a Single Game:

Most Tackles Career:

Playoff Records…..Playoff Records….Playoff Records

Playoff Appearances Thru 2019 – 39 Playoff Games Won – 13

 

Longest Fumble Recovery Returned for TD: Sterling Jameson- Wimberley-2010- 68 Yards

Most Playoff Yds. Rushing Single Game

  1. James Grantham – Giddings -1995 – 49 carries – 234 yds.
  2. Shane Pope – Poteet – 2005 – 35 carries – 195 yds.
  3. Lance Dickey – Lulling – 2007 – 18 carries – 167 yds.
  4. Logan Davis – Bridgeport – 2008 – 17 carries – 158 yds.
  5. Austin Freeman – Devine – 2007 – 14 carries – 154 yds.
  6. Clayton Maples – Glen Rose – 2008 – 28 carries – 151 yds.
  7. Mason Brooks- West Oso- 2018- 23 carries- 137 yards
  8. Lance Dickey – Lulling – 2006 – 18 carries – 128 yds.
  9. Mason Greenwood- Crystal City- 2015-  22 carries- 108 Yards
  10. Chris Webb- Industrial- 1998- 17 carries, 107 Yards
  11. Mason Greenwood- Crystal City-2017–10 carries- 101 Yard     T- Royce Owens-1989- Clyde-13 carries, 101 Yards

Most Playoff Yds. Rushing Career

  1. Lance Dickey – 7 games -91 carries – 604 yds.
  2. Austin Freeman – 3 games -47 carries – 347 Yds (2007)
  3. Mason Greenwood- 4 Games- 64- 328 Yards ( 2015, 2016, 2017)
  4. James Grantham- 1 Game -49- 234 Yards (1995)
  5. John Heflin- 3 Games-18-167 yards (2015-16)
  6. Mason Brooks- 3 Games- 31-154 Yards- 137 (2018-19)
  7. Chris Webb- 1 Game- 17 carries- 107 Yards (1998)
  8.   This is one area I am working on…will try to go back thru records of all Play-Off Games to help make these records more complete.  Do not hesitate to let me know when you see errors or records that need to be included.                                                                                                                           LONGEST RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE:                                                                  Lance Dickey- Devine- 97 Yards- 2007 (Alamo Dome)                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Most Passing Yards Career:
  1. Braxton Vickers- 2018’19- 2 games- 659 Yards ( 9 TD Passes)
  2.  Cade Fly- 3 Games- 592 Yards

Most Passing Yards Single Game:

  1. Braxton Vickers- Sinton- 2019- 399 Yards (24-36-1)
  2. Layton Rabb- Wimberley-2013-317 Yards (20-40-2-2TDs)
  3. . Braxton Vickers- Devine- 2019-260 Yards (7-10)
  4.  Cade Fly- Hondo- 2018- 238 Yards (14-30)
  5. Cade Fly- Crystal City-178 Yards.
  6.  Cade Fly- West Oso-2018-176 Yards ( 12-25)

Most Points Scored Single Game:

  1. Llano 48   Devine 21- 2019( Bi District)

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Most Playoff Receiving Yards- Career:

Longest Receiving Yards- One Play:

  1. Quincy Prince- 95 Yards- 2019                                                                                                     2. Quincy Prince- 91 Yards-Hondo, 2018                                                                                      3. Brooks Keele- 74 Yards- West Oso, 2018

Most Receiving Yards- Single Game:

  1. Quincy Prince- 179 Yards- Sinton-2019- 5 Catches 2 TDs     
  2.  Case Kuykendall- 134 Yards- Devine, 2019- 3 catches- 2 TD
  3.  Case Ware-126 Yards- Glen Rose- 2013- 6 Catches
  4.  Brooks Keele- 122 Yards- Crystal City, 2017
  5. Quincy Prince-117 Yards- Devine- 2019-3 catches-3 TDs
  6. Ethan Tisdale-101 Yards- Hondo, 2018
  7. Brooks Keele- 98 Yards- CC West Oso, 2018
  8. Jared Beasley- 96 Yards- Sinton- 2019 1 TD
  9. Quincy Prince- 91 yards- Hondo- 2018- 1 TD
  10. Case Kuykendall- 73 Yards- Sinton-2019

Most Playoff Points- Single game- Llano

  1. 48- Devine- 2019
  2. 47- Lulling- 2007

Most Playoff Extra Points- Single Game

  1. Diego Miguel- 6- Devine- 2019 (6 of 7) Needs Update

Most Playoff Pts. Allowed by Llano:

  1. 62- 2018- West Oso
  2. 56- 2001- La Grange
  3. 55- 2010- Wimberley

Misc. MORE FUN INFORMATION:

1994, 1995, 1996, & 1997: The Jackets record was 38-7.  In the 7 losses, the Jackets were beat by a total of 28 points. 4 of those games were State Play-off Games.

Kevin Fain in 1977-78 had 16 games of over 100 yards rushing

Llano, from 1973-76, lost one District game. (Burnet in 1974) Three District Championships

Justin Saverance in the Salado Game, 2010, had 4 catches for 113 yards, and rushed for 136 yards on 14 carries. Is this the only time a Jacket has had figures like this both rushing and receiving?

In 1997, Llano went 11-1.  Jason Freeman, running back had two games in District Play  that were outstanding:  Against Wimberley, he 142 yards rushing and 4 touchdowns.  The next week against Dripping Springs, he had 143 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns.

In 1997, the Jacket defense was outstanding.  The defense had three shutouts in a row during the season.

1952 –8 – 1 – 1 Record – Co – District Champs – No playoffs…only one team made the playoffs.

1970…9 – 0 – 1 Record – Co – District Champs – No playoffs.

Most Starts by a Llano Quarterback- Career:

  1. Dennis Raesener- 1965-67 – 28 Starts (17-10-1)
  2. Trey Brooks – 2007-08 – 25 Starts (17-8)
  3. Jordan Leverett – 2005-06 – 24 Starts (15-9)
  4. Tie: Cade Fly-2017-18- 22 Starts  (12-10)  Layton Rabb-2011-13- 22 Starts(6-16) 6.Preston Rabb-2009-’10- 21 Starts (10-10)                                                                               7. Ben Walling-2015-16-17-  19 Starts (7-12)

Llano Coaches Record :

Matt Green: 19-16  .542 % Winning % (2-3 Playoffs) 2017-’19.                                         David Yeager:   43-36   .544 %   5-5 Play Off Record  2005-‘11                               John Baskin:     38-22  .633%  1976-1981                                                                       Weldon Seeliger  30-29-1    50.6%   1964-1969

                                                                                                                                                       

Ken Gray: 23-10-1          691% (1973-75) (2-2 Play Off Record)                                     John Parchman: 14-7    .667% (1993-94)                                                                     Lynn Spivey:   29-42-1  .410% (1986-92)                                                                         Bill McGee: 6-14             300% (1984-85)                                                                                                                                                          Leon Fuller: 9-2         .819% (1995)                                                                                            Joe McCauley: 9-0-1  .95%-1970                                                                                       Karl McCormack:  35-22   .614% (1996-00)                                                                Scott Langley: 12-8    .60%  (2003-04)                                                                         Craig Agnew: 6-15    .285%(2001-02)                                                                         Marvin Saunders: 7-11-1    .394% (1971-2)                                                                   Boyd Murphy: 4-6   .40 % (1963)                                                                                    Craig Slaughter: 18-36  33%(2012-2016)

 

                                         Llano’s Record Against All Foes 1922 – 2019

Burnet 39-36 – 2

Mason 33-28-2

San Saba 30-31-2

Marble Falls 30-20-3

Fredericksburg 17-39-3

Lampasas 10-30-2

Brady 28-26-2

Goldthwaite 15-11-1

Junction 11-10

Bandera  16-8 Georgetown 5-14
Liberty Hill 13-11 Wimberley 6-16 Taylor 4-3 Dripping Springs 10-4
Ingram 13-3 Lake Travis 8-0 Blanco 4-2 Boerne 5-1
Bangs 7-2 Giddings 0-2 Santa Anna 5-1 Round Rock 5-5
Early 5-2 Granger 6-2-3 Brownwood 5-4 Cherokee 4-0-1
Rockdale 0-3 Hays 1.3 Leander 4-0 Sonora 5-6
Manor 2-4 Pflugerville 3-1 Westlake 1-3 Gatesville 3-5
Coleman 3-4 Ballinger 3-3 Lexington 0-2 Del Valle 0-2
Hondo 6-3 Menard 2-2 Kerrville 1-3-1 Rochelle 4-1
Medina Valley 2-1 Canyon Lake 1-1 El Dorado 1-1-1 Bertram 4-1-1
London 1-1-1 Lake View 4-2 Lometa 1-1-1 Richland Springs 6-3-1
Copper Cove 1-3 Cross Plains 1-1 New Braunfels 0-3 Cuero 1-3   Lulling 4-0
Abilene Wylie   0-3      Lytle-0-2

Navarro 0-6

Devin- 2-0 2007, 2019

Sinton-0-2  ( All Playoffs- 2015, 2019)

Crystal City 1-2             Lago Vista 2-2              Eastside Memorial 4-0

Interesting Note:  The Llano Yellowjackets  have played the Lake Travis Cavaliers  8 times, and have never lost.

 Salado 3-1  Glen Rose 1-1

 

Wall 0-3

Smithville 3-1

 

Llano is 0-1 with these schools –  Rockwood, Buda, Elgin, Colorado City, Clyde, Stamford, Bridgeport, Clifton, Sealy, Industrial, Cameron, Friendswood, Palacios, Crane,Jacksboro,  CC West Oso- 0-1 (Area)                                                                                                                                          Llano is 2-0 with these schools – Comfort,  Rising Star, Vista Ridge, St. Michaels, Hamilton, Devine,                                    Llano is 1-0 with these schools: Pearsall, Bastrop, McGregor, St. Edwards, Melvin, San Marcos, Killeen, Evant, South San Antonio, Texas Military, Ozona, Thrall, Poteet, Rose Bud.                                                                                                                                                                      Llano’s worst defeat was at the hands of the San Saba Armadillos in 1936 when Llano lost 72-0. Llano’s record is worst against the Fredericksburg Billies at 17-39-3. Llano’s first win against the ‘Billies came in 1937 with a 19-6 victory. Lampasas has had great success against Llano with a 10-30-2 margin. Over a four year period, 1934 to 1937, Lampasas outscored Llano 147-13. Have not been able to find the scores for 1940. Help is needed on this. In the beginning, Llano played San Saba. Over the first 10 seasons, Llano’s record against the Armadillos was 0-9-1. Over the years, Llano has nearly pulled even at 30-31-2. Llano’s first time to make state playoffs was in 1950, losing to Georgetown 27-6. Llano’s first to beat Junction was in 1956, after Junction won the first 7 contests. Llano’s first time to beat Georgetown was in 1962, after Georgetown won the first 7 contests.

19 Responses to Yellowjacket’s Records

  1. Zach Vassar says:

    Thanks for all that you have done for Llano football. Every community has something to it that helps make it unique. It’s awfully hard to find people as commited to their towns football as you are. Reading through everything makes me proud to say I am a Yellow Jacket. Currently I coach in Corsicana. The tradition here is also very good. Had it not been for the great experience I got in Llano, I wouldn’t be doing what I love to do today. Believe it or not, one of the biggest things I remember about HS football was how we all rushed to the store to get our “play to win” articles on our way to Saturday morning film.

    Thanks again,

    Zach Vassar

  2. Jay Robertson says:

    Hello Mike, always love reading “Play To Win” and have for years…you provide quite a service to the community…there is one correction that should be made though…at the top under “Most Team Points Scored in a Single Game”…#3. Was ——-1972, under Marvin Sanders…not 1982. “The Old BBD” , as Larry Sawyer, Cary Otto, Joe Freeman, Jimmy Hoerster, Billy Roy Talley, James Lebow, Joe Lockhart, Jim Pope, as well as Juniors Howard Barnes, Hilton Rabb, Taylor Virdell, Tracy Kaspar, Larry Otto, Bill Edwards, and others could attest to.Thanks, Jay Robertson, Class of “73

  3. Russell Dixon says:

    Jay is right becuase i play for Leander in 1982 we did not play Llano any year i played for Leander 1981 and 1982

  4. HEY WE NEED NEXT YEAR FOOTBALL BASKETBALL BASEBALL SOFTBALL AND TRACK AND GOLF GUY D FREEMAN

  5. Art Dlugach says:

    Loved all of this…I would add Lance Dickey’s 97-yard TD run from scrimmage against Devine in 2007 (Alamodome) as longest–I think–in playoff history. Also, first game ever indoors, first playoff game indoors, first win indoors. Art Dlugach

  6. Desiree Fry says:

    Thanks so much for the time and energy out into this Mr. Cordell! Orange and black blood runs deep! Proud to be a Llano Yellowjacket!

  7. Desiree Fry says:

    Above comment meant to have read as:

    Thanks so much for the time and energy put into this Mr. Virdell! Orange and black blood runs deep! Proud to be a Llano Yellowjacket!

  8. Markus Reagor says:

    I do believe i had 9 interceptions in my career at Llano High school varsity 94-95 seasons. 94 season are hall of famers! Congrats to the class of 94! 10-0 DEAL THE PAIN!

    • Mike Virdell says:

      Thanks Markus…Give me some time and I will go back into the old record book and check it out….I do not doubt it…you were a very fine defensive back on a very good team…thanks again

      • artt@nctv.com says:

        I love the records, and I’m glad to be reminded how high on the passing list Cade is. Looking forward to your columns. Art Thanks so much for you and Kay coming to the party. Great moment—GLAD it’s over !! But don’t tell my kids that!

      • Mike Virdell says:

        I’m ready to begin…will do my first column today…see you soon

      • Markus Reagor says:

        Thank you Mike! Heck of a job covering Llano football over the years. We all appreciate it! 1994 Hall of Fame! Was a pivital year in my life and many others.

      • Mike Virdell says:

        Marcus…when the Jacket season is over, I will go and confirm with a little research your interceptions for career…thanks for sending me the info…I will for sure get it confirmed and entered…mikel

      • artt@nctv.com says:

        Mike, I have Cade with 19 TD passes, tying school record for one season–35 for career is a record alone. Sound right? Thanks, Art…

    • Mike Virdell says:

      I’ve looked at all I have…only find 5…send me any backup/ support/ newspaper articles…anything youcan find please forward

  9. Logan Duggar says:

    Love the stats and records. Enjoy looking through them all. I was just wondering if you are gonna add Field Goal blocked return yards/touchdowns.

    • Mike Virdell says:

      Great idea Logan….will put in in the mix….this will take alot of research…but we do know where to start!!! I remember several others, but you will be the first…again may take some time to fill in with others, going back into the 1990s…when Llano beat Brady 6-3 on a scoop fumble to win…thanks for all you did this season, you had a great season…special effort..always the best to you…mikel

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