It has been a pretty good month for high school quarterbacks to say the least.
Will Totten, who plays for McKenzie High in Oregon, threw for 11 touchdowns in a wild 88-80 victory against Lowell High back on September 30th.
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He had a hand in all but one of his team's touchdowns during the record performance. The 168 points that the two schools combined to score set a state record for most points in a single game.
"It was a wild-west shootout," Totten told The Register-Guard. "One of the most fun games I have ever been a part of. I'll probably remember it for the rest of my life."
For the season, Totten has amassed 1,841 yards passing and tossed 29 touchdowns while leading the Eagles to a 4-1 record.
No doubt they are from Oregon. Uniforms look just like the Ducks!ReplyDelete
My high school hasn't scored 11 touchdowns TOTAL the last 2 seasons combined. LOLReplyDelete
11 in one game is crazy, even for high school.ReplyDelete
I think the 88-80 final score is more ridiculous then the 11 td passes. Was either defense even on the field? That would be a high scoring game for the ARENA LEAGUE.ReplyDelete
One of the few circumstances where I approve of the choice of jersey number lolReplyDelete
I don't care how many he throws. If he's got on my number, he needs to see me. LolReplyDelete