Mansfield High football team's record book that could be erased. A few of them could even be by players who already hold them.If records are made to be broken, here's five in the
While the rushing
records of 1,352 yards by Shawn Doherty, Omari Walker, 24 rushing
touchdowns and Walker's 174 points appear to be safe, the passing
records are under big time assault.
Kyle Wisnieski's 1,809 passing yards in 2012-Back for his senior year,
Wisnieski will be threatening his own mark. Mansfield quarterbacks tend
to make improvements from junior to senior year as they better
understand the offense with a season and another offseason under their
2. Brendan Hill's 48 receptions in 2012-This
will either broken this year or next year by the talented junior
receiver. This year is a good bet with Wisnieski back at quarterback
3. Brett McDermott's 996 yards receiving in
2004-Hill is a threat to break this in the two years he has left.
McDermott had an unbelievable senior year, but with the Mansfield
passing attack, you have got to think this there will be a challenge to
this mark soon.
4. Jeff Hill's 14 touchdown in 2010. Brendan Hill is a threat to break his brother's record, especially with Wisnieski throwing to his favorite target.
Mark Copithorne's nine interceptions in 1989-This record in the oldest
in the 1988-to the present record book and has already survived several
seasons and host of excellent Hornet defensive backs. With high school teams throwing the ball more, Mansfield
defensive backs should have more opportunities. You would think, though,
teams would avoid passing in the direction of a defensive back with
even six or seven interceptions, so Copithrone's record could be the
toughest to beat in this group.
(Friday, the untouchable career records.)