2020 Football Records


Written by: Lake Harrington, Reporter

Numerous records were broken in this year’s football team. Whether it was through the air or on the ground, the Bobcats had a 7-4 record overall. Three players were able to break a total of six records


Jordan Brown

Junior Jordan Brown broke two records this season. He broke the previous reception record of 56 with 73 receptions. He also broke the touchdown record with 16 touchdown catches. He also was close to breaking a third. He was just 68 yards shy of having the most receiving yards in school history. Brown still has plenty of room to grow for next season, and has goals of breaking his own records next year.


Zack Sisemore

Junior Zack Sisemore also set two records over the duration of the season. He ran for a total of 1,690 yards. He also showed how reliable he is getting in the endzone with a tally of 21 rushing touchdowns. Sisemore was consistent over the season and he showed that by rushing for over 100 yards in nearly every game. He has was a threat for all defenses over the season, and they’ll have to try and manage what he can do next season.


Isaac Stanton

Senior Isaac Stanton set the bar high for quarterbacks for years to come. Stanton finished his senior season by breaking two records. Passing yards (2,663) and touchdown passes (32). Stanton had a truly amazing senior year, and he was a big part of the team’s success.