The 7 WNY Records That Will Not Be Broken

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The 7 WNY Records That Will Not Be Broken
By: Tyler Russell
1. Points in a single game: 126-0 North Tonawanda vs. Dunkirk (1916)
2. Largest attendance: 50, 988 Kensington vs. Bennett (Oct. 21, 1948)
3. Most points in game by single player: 54 (Homer Geoffrion, Lafayette vs. East, 1929)
4. Rushing yards in one season: Dustin Bowser, 2447, 305 attempts in 10 games (Southwestern, 2003)
5. Most points in single season: 282 points (Aaron Leeper, Jamestown, 47 TD's)
6. Most TD's in 1 season: 47 TD's (Aaron Leeper)
7. Most points in a career: Jehuu Caulcrick, 706 points, 1999-2002 (Clymer, 101 TD's, 35 EP's, 21 Conv., 1 FG)
Records exist in sports for two specific purposes. They are primarily designed to recognize outstanding achievement but they are also meant to be surpassed. Though every record has the potential to be broken, certain outstanding achievements are in a league of their own. Section VI High School Football maintains some records whose holders have put together achievements ranging from incredible in team effort, an outstanding fan base, a sublime individual performance and a career not to be matched. Without further adieu here are the 7 records that will not be broken.
Points in a single game: 126-0 North Tonawanda vs. Dunkirk (1916)
North Tonawanda was relentless in their thrashing of Dunkirk to the tune of over 120 points. This record will stand not only in the amount of points in a single game but also in the best point differential in a single game in Section VI history.
Largest Attendance at a single game: 50,988 Kensington vs. Bennett (Oct. 21, 1948)
The single largest attendance for a single game is so  great that it nearly doubles the next highest attendance recorded when St. Joe's battled Canisius on Sept. 23, 1955 with a crowd of 28,009 fans. Obviously such a large differential leads one to believe that this record has no chance of ever being touched let alone challenged.
Most points in a game by a single player: 54 (Homer Geoffrion, Lafayette vs. East, 1929)
When you consider that a TD is only worth 6 points it is amazing that someone can have a single game point total that equates to 9 TD's.
Most rushing yards in a single season: Dustin Bowser, 2447, 305 attempts in 10 games (Southwestern, 2003)
With nearly 2,500 yards in just 10 games Dustin Bowser destroys Keien Williams outstanding 2,363 yards in 12 games, who is the next highest on the list. Bowser averaged over 240 yards rushing per game at season's end while also maintaining nearly 30 carries per game as well.
Most points and TD's in a single season: 282 points by Aaron Leeper of Jamestown, combining a rushing and receiving TD total of 47.
Aaron Leeper's 2000 season at Jamestown was one for the record books. His 47 TD's that year beat the next highest single season mark of Keien Williams by 10 TD's. Leeper ran for 42 and caught 4 TD's which makes his record one of the few that will be hard to approach.
Most points in a career: Jehuu Caulcrick, 706 points, 1999-2002 (Clymer, 101 TD's, 35 EP's, 21 Conv., 1 FG)
Jehuu Caulcrick put together a staggering total of 706 points in his career ranging from 1999-2002. His record is 160 more than the next highest of Reggie Garner from Cardinal O'Hara at a still impressive 546. Caulcrick amassed on 31 two point attempts and even scored kicking a single field goal. His record will be extremely difficult to match for anyone that comes to play in Section VI.

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