August 16, 2022
High school football: Top single-game performances
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The high school football season is just about wrapped up for 2021 with only Hawaii still to decide its champions this week and next.

But throughout the country there have been amazing games, performances and champions.

Today, we spotlight the top single-game accomplishments of the 2021 season, including a 27-catch outing, a 10-touchdown pass game and a high of 647 passing yards. In addition, our list includes an inspirational young man, Kayleb Wagner of Baker (Fla.), who broke Derrick Henry’s single-game Florida rushing mark and became a viral sensation, even getting a chance to meet the Tennessee Titans’ star despite being born without a left hand.

Below are the top performances for the 2021 season as reported to MaxPreps.

2021 high school football single-game best performances

Completions
44 — Alan Karrfalt, Covington (Ind.)
44 — Trent Nobach, Arlington (Wash.)
43 — Kevin Brashears, Stevens (San Antonio)
42 — Jarrett Wilson, Polson (Mont.)
42 — Jackson Brousseau, Lehi (Utah)

Attempts
74 — Bennett Broaddus, Greenhill (Addison, Texas)
68 — Kevin Brashears, Stevens (San Antonio)
66 — Adarius Edwards, Wasatch (Heber City, Utah)
66 — Bennett Broaddus, Greenhill (Addison, Texas)

Passing Yards
647 — Jacob Porteous, Casa Grande (Petaluma, Calif.)
642 — Eli Holt, Tyler (Texas)
637 — Dawson Phillips, Mooreville (Miss.)
618 — Johnnie Holland, Midway (Dunn, N.C.)
615 — Trey Kukuk, Capistrano Valley (Mission Viejo, Calif.)
610 — Sammy Roberts, Jefferson (Shenandoah Junction, W. Va.)
601 — Gabe Rogers, Byrnes (Duncan, S.C.)

Touchdown Passes
10 — Johnnie Holland, Midway (Dunn, N.C.)
9 — Loden Bradshaw, Hobbton (Newton Grove, N.C.)
9 — Dawson Phillips, Mooreville (Miss.)
9 — Christian Johnson, Parke Heritage (Rockville, Ind.)
9 — William Webber , Sequoia Pathway Academy (Maricopa, Ariz.)

Carries
61 — Dayan Bilbo, Vancleave (Miss.)
56 — Zach Hernandez, Rockwall (Texas)
56 — Memo Flores, Southwestern Heights (Kismet, Kan.)
54 — Ethan Greenwood, Miller (Corpus Christi, Texas)
53 — Isaiah Cobb, Wyoming Valley West (Plymouth, Pa.)

Rushing Yards
539 — Donovan Shepard, Cardinal Gibbons (Raleigh, N.C.)
535 — Kayleb Wagner, Baker (Fla.)
507 — Quasim Benson, St. Elizabeth (Wilmington, Del.)
501 — David Drennan, Superior (Ariz.)
492 — Ethen Knox, Oil City (Pa.)

Receptions
27 — Hector Ceballos, Franklin (Los Angeles)
25 — Gabriel Nunez, Beaumont (Calif.)
22 — Duncan Keller, Covington (Ind.)
21 — John Manuel, West Henderson (Hendersonville, N.C.)

Receiving Yards
388 — Davis Dalton, Madison-Ridgeland Academy (Madison, Miss.)
352 — Devin Ramsey, Unaka (Elizabethton, Tenn.)
345 — Duncan Keller, Covington (Ind.)
345 — Devin Matthews, Seguin (Texas)
341 — Luke Peterson, Burleson (Texas)
334 — Reginald Taylor, Mountain Island Charter (Mt. Holly, N.C.)
331 — Ty Pierson, Arcadia (Calif.)
328 — Cooper Wallace, Simi Valley (Calif.)

Receiving Touchdowns
6 — Jordan Franks, Mooreville (Miss.)
6 — Carson Tucker, Arcata (Calif.)
6 — Charles Hodge IV, Smithville (Texas)
6 — Brady Meyers, Valley Christian (Roseville, Calif.)
6 — Luke Peterson, Burleson (Texas)

Overall Touchdowns
9 — Jeremy Pilch, Stockbridge (Mich.)
9 — Blayne Daniels, Union City (Ind.)

Points
62 — Jeremy Pilch, Stockbridge (Mich.)
55 — Blayne Daniels, Union City (Ind.)
50 — Victor Rosa, Bristol Central (Bristol, Conn.)
50 — Brayden Kyle, Decatur Heritage Christian Academy (Decatur, Ala.)

Field Goals
5 — Walker Martin, Garden Spot (New Holland, Pa.)

Extra Points
13 — Mark Perez, Holmes (Edenton, N.C.)
13 — Kristian Hobbs, Western (Davie, Fla.)
12 — Drew Henderson, Granbury (Texas)
12 — Bryson Wilke, Willow Canyon (Surprise, Ariz.)

Kick Scoring
19 — Bryson Franklin, Prince Avenue Christian (Athens, Ga.)
17 — Ian Hershey, Highland (Pocatello, Idaho)

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