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2019-20

Post by OSU22 » Mon Dec 02, 2019 10:14 am

TVC Champions
Overall: 7-3
League: 5-1

@ Trimble 0-35 L
@ Fort Frye 21-64 L
vs. Berne Union 30-0 W
vs. River Valley 51-18 W
vs. Oak Hill 28-7 W
@ Meigs 42-6 W
vs. Wellston 7-36 L
@ Alexander 13-10 W
vs. Vinton County 34-20 W
@ Athens 35-28 W



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Re: 2019-20

Post by OSU22 » Mon Dec 02, 2019 10:17 am

Keegan Wilburn finishes his Buckeye Career as one of the most memorable Buckeye Football players to wear the Brown, White and Orange. Keegan is found in the NYHS Record book an astonishing 30 times! As a tailback, Keegan found himself on the Longest Rushing TD List FIVE times with runs of 81, 84, 85, 88, and 90 Yards. His 14 Rushing TD's in 2017 are the 10th most ever scored in a season and his 15 Rushing TD's in 2018 are the 9th most. He averaged 9.9 yards per carry his senior year, which is the 5th highest. He finishes his career as a Running back with the 5th most rushing yards in NYHS History (3,414 yards), just behind Buckeye greats Dave Boston Jr., Alex Mount, Derek Arnold, and Justin Gail. He tied for the 4th most Rushing TD's in a career with 44, the 4th highest yards per carry average (7.9 ypc), and 6th most carries in a career (434).

When it came to Receiving, Keegan Wilburn leaves NY as the All Time Leading Receiver in Career Receiving yards, TD's and Receptions. No Buckeye receiver had ever gone over 1,600 receiving yards in their career, Keegan finished with 1,830. His 24 TD's are 6 higher than the 2nd place receiver and he is the only receiver to reach triple digits in career receptions with 100 even. In 2017 Keegan racked up 749 yards (2nd most in a season), 10 TD's (2nd most in a season) 40 receptions (2nd most in a season) and averaged 18.3 yards per reception (10th highest in a season). In 2019 his 6 TD's placed him 5th as well for TD's in a season. His 9 receptions against Coal Grove were enough to give him the 2nd most receptions in a game and his 131 yards were the 9th most. He's found himself on the longest receiving TD list twice in his career. Once this season with a 77 yard TD vs. Oak Hill (9th longest), and once in 2017 with a 94 yard TD vs. Athens (2nd longest).

His Records don't end there as he finds himself with 2nd and 4th longest Kick Off Returns for TD's in school History (94 yards vs. Waverly and 88 yards vs. Athens), and 1st with the most Kick Off Return TD's in his career (2). He also has the 6th longest interception return for a TD in Buckeye History (86 yards vs. Waverly).

His 5,410 career yards (passing+rushing+receiving) are the 3rd most by any player, just behind Ben Robey and Justin Gail. Finally! He is tied with Justin Gail for the most TD's ever scored (passing+rushing+receiving) in NYHS History with 69. His total number of TD that include Kickoff Returns, Fumble Recoveries, and Interceptions total at 72, which includes a Fumble he forced, and took back for a TD vs. River Valley in 2018



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Re: 2019-20

Post by OSU22 » Mon Dec 02, 2019 10:19 am

Mikey Seel Put together one of the best seasons for a QB at NYHS on top of completing a very successful career. He ends the season with 1,669 yards, which is the 4th most yards passing in a season by a Buckeye QB. His 17 TD's puts him in a tie for the 3rd most passing TD's in a season, however, they are THE MOST Touchdown passes by a Buckeye QB in the regular season. In 2018 he passed for 9 TD's, which is the 9th most in a season. This year he threw for 4 TD passes in a game vs. River Valley, which is the 2nd most in school history. His 35 attempts vs. Fort Frye are also the 2nd most attempted passes in a game. In 2018 he finished with a 54.3 completion percentage and in 2019 he finished with 51.2, both ranking in the top 10 as the 6th and 10th highest completion percentages for a QB. In 2018 he finished with 89 total completions on the year and this season he bested that with 109, both numbers again placing him in the top 10 as the 4th and 7th most completions in a season. He also bested his total attempted passes from last year (164-8TH MOST) with 213, the 3rd most attempted passes by a QB. He finishes his Buckeye career with the 7th Most career passing yards in school history (2,819), tied for 4th with 27 TD passes, 3rd in completion percentage (52.8), 5th in completed passes (203), and 7th in attempted passes with 384 attempts. He is also only the 5th QB at NYHS to throw for over 1,000 yards in multiple seasons (18 &19).



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Re: 2019-20

Post by OSU22 » Mon Dec 02, 2019 10:21 am

Brandon Phillips Finishes another fine season as a Buckeye Receiver and is making the climb up the Nelsonville-York Receiving record book. Brandon finished the season with 29 receptions and 375 yards. Those statistics add to his already impressive resume and career accomplishments. As of today Brandon now has the 6th most Receiving yards in a career with 955 yards, and the 5th most career receptions with 68. Only 5 Receivers in 50+ years at NYHS have over 1,000+ receiving yards and with 1 year remaining Brandon is primed to continue his climb to the top of the Nelsonville-York Record book to become the 6th.



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Re: 2019-20

Post by OSU22 » Mon Dec 02, 2019 10:22 am

All State Selections

2nd Team- Keegan Wilburn All Purpose Back
Special Mentioned- Mikey Seel QB



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Re: 2019-20

Post by OSU22 » Thu Jan 02, 2020 11:48 am

OSU22 wrote:
Mon Dec 02, 2019 10:22 am
All State Selections

2nd Team- Keegan Wilburn All Purpose Back
Special Mentioned- Mikey Seel QB
Special Mention- Colt Snyder MLB
Special Mention- Christian Wiseman DL



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