|School records in jeopardy|
|Bobby "Butch" Burney | News-Telegram Sports Editor|
Nov. 13, 2004 - FRISCO - The further down the playoff road the Wildcats go, the more likely it is that more school records will fall.
SSHS sophomore quarterback Logan Turner is just 15 yards away from becoming just the second passer in school history to throw for 2,000 yards, and he has eclipsed the SSHS record for most passes thrown in a season. After passing for 304 yards on Friday, Turner now has thrown for 1,985 yards while completing 153-of-286 passes with 18 TDs and seven interceptions.
The school records, all set last year by Ryan Henry, are 181-of-278 for 2,417 yards and 19 TDs.
Wide receiver Rolaundo Wright is also nearing a record. With seven catches for 82 yards against Terrell, he now has 60 receptions for 915 yards, less than 100 yards off the school record of 1,010 yards on 72 receptions set last year by Kendall Wright.
Junior kicker Spenser Daniel has also booted six field goals in seven attempts. That is two shy of the school record of eight by Billy Watkins and Scooter Howard.
...Sulphur Springs fumbled four times and lost two, while Terrell did not lose its only fumble. ...There was also a disparity in penalties. The Wildcats were flagged 14 times for 89 yards; Terrell was twice for 15. ...The Sulphur Springs offensive line of Wes Woods, Cole Strawn, Jacob Jenkins, Chris Berry and Jose Vargas allowed just two of the team's 58 plays to lose yardage. One was a running play and the other a sack. ...With his two touchdowns, Keelan Green is now the Wildcats' leading scorer with 72 points for the year.
...The Wildcats have blocked four punts this season. ...Terrell QB Rolando Kennedy went 4-of-13 passing for 56 yards. In the second half, he completed just one pass for minus-10 yards and threw the game-ending interception by John Hall. ...With North Lamar playing Wylie on Saturday, District 12-4A is 2-0 against its 11-4A counterparts. ...Terrell was the third 11-4A team Sulphur Springs has beaten this year. The other two were Forney (42-0) and Mesquite Poteet (35-14). ...Terrell had 21 first downs, and 18 of them were by rushing.
...Terrell had seven backs carry the ball and a lineman - Cody Risinger on a fumblerooski near the goal line in the fourth quarter. ...SSHS kicker Spenser Daniel had two touchbacks on kickoffs. ...The top coverage tacklers for the Wildcats were Jake Broumley, Brian Nix, Zach Reeves, Dustin Dunn and Jermaine Wright. ...Sulphur Springs suited out 109 players for the game. ...Their next opponent will be either Lake Dallas (8-2) or Dallas Lincoln (8-1), who kicked off at 1:30 p.m. today at Richardson's Eagle-Mustang Stadium.