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Paul McCoy, a running back ...
Paul McCoy, a running back at Matewan High School in West Virginia, set a single- game record last month when he rushed for 658 yards.
McCoy also scored 10 touchdowns as Matewan crushed Burch High School, 64-0.
Newspaper reports said that the Matewan coach kept McCoy in for the entire game just so...
Rocky Mountain News: Columnists
Paul McCoy of Matewan High School in West Virginia rushed for a state-record 658 yards, but that appears to be only the second-best effort overall nationally.
Still, the performance by McCoy
is worth noting for many reasons. McCoy
averaged 22.7 yards on his
29 carries and scored 10 touchdowns.He
amassed 477 of his
yards on scoring runs of 69, 1, 52, 56, 52, 20, 31, 84, 87 and 25 yards.It could have been even better, too: McCoy
had a 77-yard TD run called back because of a penalty.
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Paul McCoy, a running back at Matewan High School in West Virginia, set a single- game record last month when he rushed for 658 yards.McCoy also scored 10 touchdowns as Matewan crushed Burch High School, 64-0.Newspaper reports said that the Matewan coach kept McCoy in for the entire game just so...
... This performance brought back ...
... This performance brought back memories of a few years ago when Matewan running back Paul McCoy broke the West Virginia rushing record for a single game.
I covered that game, which was played at Phil Sizemore Stadium at Delbarton against Burch.
rushed for 661 yards on 28 carries in the 64-0 shutout win over the Bulldogs.
also scored 10 touchdowns in that game back in the fall of 2007.
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Paul McCoy of Matewan High School in West Virginia ran for 10 touchdowns and 658 rushing yards this past Friday as his team beat Burch High 64 - 0.
Outside of scoring machine Paul McCoy
is in desperate need of a kicker, but then with 10 touchdowns from one player does it really matter?? ;-)
Oh yeah, he
also had one additional touchdown run of 77 yards called back because of a penalty; bummer.
Unfortunately for Mr. McCoy
(yeah, he's Mr. McCoy
after that performance) that may not be a new record:
"The total tops the National Federation
of State High School Association's
listed record of 619 yards set by Ronney Jenkins of Oxnard, Calif., in 1995.
But high school records historian Doug Huff said Saturday the recognized record is 739 yards by John Giannantonio of Netcong, N.J., in 1950, against Mountain Lakes."
Record of not Mr. McCoy
had a VERY good day this past Friday and you have to not only admire his
accomplishment but feel very good for him; what a player!