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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by Ironman92 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 9:23 pm

McCoy 29 carries 195 yd 3 TD
Graham 6 carries 56 yards
Haller 6 carries 25 yd

Keets 14 carries for 66 yards
Burns 7 carries 24 yards



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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by Jolly P(irate) » Fri Oct 13, 2017 9:25 pm

Nice win for the Ironmen.

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by 24sevenfootball » Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:57 pm

Ironman92 wrote:
Fri Oct 13, 2017 9:23 pm
McCoy 29 carries 195 yd 3 TD
Graham 6 carries 56 yards
Haller 6 carries 25 yd

Keets 14 carries for 66 yards
Burns 7 carries 24 yards
What is the single rushing record? McCoy has to be closing in on that. I believe he is around 1500 yards rushing

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by ironman02 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:08 pm

The single season rushing record was set by Shane Wolford in 1997. It's somewhere around 2,200 yards in 11 games. He went over 2,000 in the regular season. I think McCoy is closing in on 1,300 for the season, so he's probably not gonna make it. Still a VERY impressive season for him, and he's not finished yet.

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by Ironman92 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:11 pm

24sevenfootball wrote:
Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:57 pm
Ironman92 wrote:
Fri Oct 13, 2017 9:23 pm
McCoy 29 carries 195 yd 3 TD
Graham 6 carries 56 yards
Haller 6 carries 25 yd

Keets 14 carries for 66 yards
Burns 7 carries 24 yards
What is the single rushing record? McCoy has to be closing in on that. I believe he is around 1500 yards rushing
I thought he was close too but radio last week stated he was at 1,077 for season and had 195 tonight for 1272 total.

I'm old and probably misremembering...Ironman02 can probably pin point a little better

Shane Wolford had around 2150 in regular season in 1997

Randy Ridge had just over 1800 back in 1973 I think.

Todd Bachtel had over 1650 yards I think in 1987 and might have been over 1500 in 1986 as well.

Marty Exline was definitely over 1500 in 1990 and might have been in 89 as well.

In my head Wolford might have surpassed 1500 in 1996 but had several backs carry for good yardage.

I think David Swisher may have surpassed it in 2001

Klay Arthur had big season but I don't think the 1500 mark


Jared Humphreys put up big numbers as QB but not sure he ever touched 1500, maybe 1200

I believe great QB Joey Boggs had 1200+ as a sophomore tailback

Lots of big names in 70's and early 80's but never have heard a number for their great seasons

Bobby Exline from early 50's went and played at OSU...but have never heard a rushing number

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by Ironman92 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:16 pm

ironman02 wrote:
Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:08 pm
The single season rushing record was set by Shane Wolford in 1997. It's somewhere around 2,200 yards in 11 games. He went over 2,000 in the regular season. I think McCoy is closing in on 1,300 for the season, so he's probably not gonna make it. Still a VERY impressive season for him, and he's not finished yet.
Only been 20 years nearly to the date but I think Wolford needed 190 at Point Pleasant week 10 of 1997...I think he got that in first half or very early 3rd qtr. Once he got it he capped it with a 95 yard run and ended night around 355 yards....maybe it was 345 but I believe it was the second highest rushing yard game in JHS history, behind his insane game in 1996 at Logan (384? 378? 374?)

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by ironman02 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:17 pm

I think David Swisher was somewhere around 1,700 in 2001.

I think Arthur was close to 1,500 (and might have even gone a little over) in 2010, but Drew Ervin also probably was a little under 1,000 that year too. Thinking Ervin and Osborne were both around 1,000 the following year.

Counting playoff games, I think Humphreys actually did go over 1,500 in 2004, and he was definitely over 1,000 the year before that as well. I think TJ McDonald may have eclipsed 1,000 in 2003 also.

Boggs did have around 1,200 in 1994 as a RB, but didn't amass as many yards in 1995 and 1996 since he moved to QB, and was also sharing carries with Wolford, King, and Smith.

I'm not sure on the exact numbers for Ridge, Bachtel, and even Exline. I'd love to get a hold of stats from Randy Heath or Pete Wilson to see the exact numbers.

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by ironman02 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:21 pm

Ironman92 wrote:
Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:16 pm
ironman02 wrote:
Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:08 pm
The single season rushing record was set by Shane Wolford in 1997. It's somewhere around 2,200 yards in 11 games. He went over 2,000 in the regular season. I think McCoy is closing in on 1,300 for the season, so he's probably not gonna make it. Still a VERY impressive season for him, and he's not finished yet.
Only been 20 years nearly to the date but I think Wolford needed 190 at Point Pleasant week 10 of 1997...I think he got that in first half or very early 3rd qtr. Once he got it he capped it with a 95 yard run and ended night around 355 yards....maybe it was 345 but I believe it was the second highest rushing yard game in JHS history, behind his insane game in 1996 at Logan (384? 378? 374?)
This is pretty much in line with what I was thinking. I used to know the exact numbers, but just can't remember anymore.

Thinking Shane ended with like 34 TDs to go with his approximately 2,200 yards. Believe he had around 1,200 and 20 TDs in 1996, but don't remember what he did as a sophomore.

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by Ironman92 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:21 pm

ironman02 wrote:
Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:17 pm
I think David Swisher was somewhere around 1,700 in 2001.

I think Arthur was close to 1,500 (and might have even gone a little over) in 2010, but Drew Ervin also probably was a little under 1,000 that year too. Thinking Ervin and Osborne were both around 1,000 the following year.

Counting playoff games, I think Humphreys actually did go over 1,500 in 2004, and he was definitely over 1,000 the year before that as well. I think TJ McDonald may have eclipsed 1,000 in 2003 also.

Boggs did have around 1,200 in 1994 as a RB, but didn't amass as many yards in 1995 and 1996 since he moved to QB, and was also sharing carries with Wolford, King, and Smith.

I'm not sure on the exact numbers for Ridge, Bachtel, and even Exline. I'd love to get a hold of stats from Randy Heath or Pete Wilson to see the exact numbers.
Ridge was definitely over 1800...I wanna say 1854

I think Kevin Baxter in 94 went over 1,000. Mark Hammond, Brian Landrum, Darwin and Kenny Valentine and David Davis likely all beyond 1,000 in a season. Farley went over 1,000 last year

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by Ironman92 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:26 pm

ironman02 wrote:
Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:21 pm
Ironman92 wrote:
Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:16 pm
ironman02 wrote:
Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:08 pm
The single season rushing record was set by Shane Wolford in 1997. It's somewhere around 2,200 yards in 11 games. He went over 2,000 in the regular season. I think McCoy is closing in on 1,300 for the season, so he's probably not gonna make it. Still a VERY impressive season for him, and he's not finished yet.
Only been 20 years nearly to the date but I think Wolford needed 190 at Point Pleasant week 10 of 1997...I think he got that in first half or very early 3rd qtr. Once he got it he capped it with a 95 yard run and ended night around 355 yards....maybe it was 345 but I believe it was the second highest rushing yard game in JHS history, behind his insane game in 1996 at Logan (384? 378? 374?)
This is pretty much in line with what I was thinking. I used to know the exact numbers, but just can't remember anymore.

Thinking Shane ended with like 34 TDs to go with his approximately 2,200 yards. Believe he had around 1,200 and 20 TDs in 1996, but don't remember what he did as a sophomore.
Think Wolford and Boggs around 750 in 1995 and King and Smith near 500.....or was the back after Baxter or was it Baxter that maybe had a good number? Steven Riegel.

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by 24sevenfootball » Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:01 am

II would also think that wolford had alot more carries in them days than McCoy does now, probably only averaging 20 to 22 carries a game for McCoy

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by Ironman92 » Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:05 am

24sevenfootball wrote:
Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:01 am
II would also think that wolford had alot more carries in them days than McCoy does now, probably only averaging 20 to 22 carries a game for McCoy
He had huge run after huge run, literally every game he'd break a couple long ones. Johnny King and Shannon Smith took a lot of his carries.

Wolford only RB I've witnessed for Jackson with better vision than McCoy

Also Bruce Smith went over 1200 and Cody Huff maybe a few more the following year about 10 years ago

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by 24sevenfootball » Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:14 am

Yes, I remember but you also got to consider the kind of Oline wolford had. The lineman of that era would have made alot of people look good.

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by i83 » Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:22 am

Wolfords line was the best but this line not far behind.

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by 24sevenfootball » Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:28 am

i83 wrote:
Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:22 am
Wolfords line was the best but this line not far behind.
Jackson has a very good line now, but it does not compare to then

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by gobengals » Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:45 am

24sevenfootball wrote:
Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:28 am
i83 wrote:
Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:22 am
Wolfords line was the best but this line not far behind.
Jackson has a very good line now, but it does not compare to then

I agree. I've seen both lines. Eric Davis is arguably the greatest football player to ever play for JHS in my lifetime. He opened some massive holes for Shane Wolford. There is no one to compare to Eric on the current roster.

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by 24sevenfootball » Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:58 am

gobengals wrote:
Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:45 am
24sevenfootball wrote:
Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:28 am
i83 wrote:
Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:22 am
Wolfords line was the best but this line not far behind.
Jackson has a very good line now, but it does not compare to then

I agree. I've seen both lines. Eric Davis is arguably the greatest football player to ever play for JHS in my lifetime. He opened some massive holes for Shane Wolford. There is no one to compare to Eric on the current roster.
I agree 1000% Eric was an animal Im not taking anything away from Wolford as he is one of Jacksons best, but that line was amazing

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by Poo Bear » Sat Oct 14, 2017 1:30 am

7-1 sounds pretty sweet !
Can the IronMEN go to 8-1 ?

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by X8XOHIOLEGENDX7X » Sat Oct 14, 2017 4:34 am

Poo Bear wrote:
Sat Oct 14, 2017 1:30 am
7-1 sounds pretty sweet !
Can the IronMEN go to 8-1 ?
I know its a league game. so i will not poke any fun cause you have to play em. But i would hope so mcclain is horrible.

their defense give up 40 a game average

their offense averages 5.5 points a game

Jackson should have no trouble and should really consider resting their starters
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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by Ironman92 » Sat Oct 14, 2017 5:42 am

24sevenfootball wrote:
Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:14 am
Yes, I remember but you also got to consider the kind of Oline wolford had. The lineman of that era would have made alot of people look good.
There are a lot of things to consider, opponent, score of game, play calls and other weapons. Wolfords line was the best line we've ever had. I've never seen a rb in high school hit a hole faster than Wolford and I never saw anyone catch him from behind either. Wolford was a special special athlete and nothing to take away from.

This year's line has done an excellent job. McCoy is a great Ironmen. Glad we have him!

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by doubleplay643 » Sat Oct 14, 2017 7:09 am

Good win last night, hats off to the defense shutting down Hillsboro who was averaging around 40. Great effort against a very big power running team.

Should be a relatively easier test next week at home, and then Chillicothe week 10 at home also. Last time Chilli came to town two years ago, a sophomore by the name of Blake McCoy gashed them from 20 out on the second or third play in OT after Chilli had kicked a field goal on their first possession in OT to give us the win.

2 weeks from now will require another great defensive effort against a totally different style of offense. FAC title on the line.

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Re: Hillsboro(6) @ (28)Jackson

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Hillsboro(6) @ (28)Jackson

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Re: FAC Wk 8 Jackson @ Hillsboro

Post by Poo Bear » Sat Oct 14, 2017 10:37 am

X8XOHIOLEGENDX7X wrote:
Sat Oct 14, 2017 4:34 am
Poo Bear wrote:
Sat Oct 14, 2017 1:30 am
7-1 sounds pretty sweet !
Can the IronMEN go to 8-1 ?
I know its a league game. so i will not poke any fun cause you have to play em. But i would hope so mcclain is horrible.

their defense give up 40 a game average

their offense averages 5.5 points a game

Jackson should have no trouble and should really consider resting their starters
1 game at a time. Jackson lost more players to injuries last night . Maybe get some backup a lot of reps Friday and try and get ready for a rough game the following week .

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Re: Hillsboro(6) @ (28)Jackson

Post by Thanos » Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:18 pm

Jackson will beat Chilli. Logan was down 21 to 14 at halftime before the bottom fell out on special teams. Chilli wants nothing to do with a physical run game. Contain QB 14 and Jackson wins by 14. Don't and it could be a 42 to 35 game. Either way I take Jackson.

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Re: Hillsboro(6) @ (28)Jackson

Post by Bronc21 » Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:41 pm

Thanos wrote:
Sat Oct 14, 2017 12:18 pm
Jackson will beat Chilli. Logan was down 21 to 14 at halftime before the bottom fell out on special teams. Chilli wants nothing to do with a physical run game. Contain QB 14 and Jackson wins by 14. Don't and it could be a 42 to 35 game. Either way I take Jackson.
you won’t contain #14. I can promise you that. The cavs have played many teams this year better than Jackson

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