Red Raiders' Sisson Sets New Records

9:27 PM, Nov 25, 2013   |    comments
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Jake Sisson of Jamestown has a season to remember as the Senior QB accounted for one of the more incredible seasons of any player that ever participated in WNY High School football. In 11 games, he broke St. Joe's Chad Kelly's record of 3,050 passing yards in a season, as the Red Raider threw for 3,170 yards to set a new WNY mark (which is the 2nd best season behind Glen Paulus with a CBA record of 3,600). Sisson completed 161 of 254 passes (63.4%) for 3,170 yards and 33 yards, while rushing for 718 yards and 24 TDs. His total yardage for the year was 3888, and he accounted for 57 TDs, which is the new WNY record. During the season, he threw for 508 yards against Kenmore West, setting a new record for passing yardage in a single game with 508 yards (breaking Williamsville South's Joe Licata's record of 492 yards).

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