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LAST UPDATED SEPTEMBER 5, 2014

The following state records should be regarded as "unofficial." They were compiled by the Ohio High School Athletic Association from information received by OHSAA member schools, coaches, athletic administrators and media members.

If you have information that you believe should be included in these records (additions, deletions or corrections), it may be received by the OHSAA one of three ways:
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Tim Stried, Director of Information Services
Ohio High School Athletic Association
4080 Roselea Place
Columbus, OH 43214
Fax: 614-267-1677

Email: tstried@ohsaa.org

OHIO HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RECORDS

Record Categories
Use the following links to find a specific category.

INDIVIDUAL SCORING

Points, game Points, season Points, career
Touchdowns, game Touchdowns, season Touchdowns, career
Rushing touchdowns, game Rushing touchdowns, season Rushing touchdowns, career
Passing touchdowns, game Passing touchdowns, season Passing touchdowns, career
Receiving touchdowns, game Receiving touchdowns, season Receiving touchdowns, career

INDIVIDUAL RUSHING

Yards, game Yards, season Yards, career Consecutive 100-yard games

INDIVIDUAL PASSING

Yards, game Yards, season Yards, career

INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING

Receptions, game Receptions, season Receptions, career Consecutive Games
with Reception
Yards receiving, game Yards receiving, season Yards receiving, career

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE

Interceptions, game Interceptions, season Interceptions, career
Blocked punts, game Blocked punts, season Blocked kicks, game
Blocked kicks, season Blocked kicks, career Punt returns for touchdowns, career

INDIVIDUAL KICKING

Consecutive extra points made Extra points made, game Extra points made, season
Extra points made, career Field goals made, game Field goals made, season
Field goals made, career Consecutive field goals made Longest field goal made
Points kicked, game Points kicked, season Points kicked, career

LONGEST SCORING PLAYS

Run Pass reception Interception return
Fumble recovery Kickoff return Punt return

TEAM

Points, game Points, season Scoring average per game
Rushing yards, game Interceptions, game Shutouts, season
Consecutive shutouts Consecutive wins Consecutive losses
Unbeaten streak Wins, all-time Most State Titles
Most State Playoff Appearances Most State Playoff Wins Highest State Playoff Winning Percentage

COACHING/MISCELLANEOUS

Wins, Ohio only Wins, all-time Miscellaneous
COACHING
Most Coaching Wins, Ohio Only (minimum 200)
1 381 Bob Lutz, Ironton
2 365 Jim France, Akron Manchester (1971-2013) 365-97-3
3 360 Terry Malone, Hamilton Badin (through 2007) 360-117-8
4 334 Al Hetrick, Versailles 334-95-4
5 323 Pat Mancuso, Leetonia and Cincinnati Princeton
6 315 Jay Circosta, Woodsfield Monroe Central 315-128-5
7 312 Reno Saccoccia, Steubenville (1983-2012) 311-56
8 310 Bill Gutbrod, Cleveland St. Joseph (1950-1990) 267-107-17 & Gates Mills Gilmour Academy (1991-1997) 43-28
9 309 Don Bucci, Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (1966-1999) 306-89-5
10 308 August Bossu, Cleveland Cathedral Latin (1947-1952) 33-18-3 & Cleveland Benedictine (1955-1993) 275-109-15
11 303 Paul Culver Jr., Thornville Sheridan (1981-2012), Buckeye North (1979-1980)  & Glouster Trimble (1973-1978) 303-123-5
12 301 Chuck Kyle, Cleveland St. Ignatius (through 2012) 301-69-1
13 301 Bob Gregg, Dayton Jefferson Township and Centerville
14 300 Jay Circosta, Woodsfield Monroe Central, 300-121-5
15 285 Ron Hinton, Amanda-Clearcreek (1980-2009) 285-90-3
16 284 Skip Baughman, St. Marys Memorial (1959-1993) 271-95-7 & Dola Hardin Northern (1957-1958) 13-8-1
17 283 John Reed, Coldwater, Rockford Parkway, Marion Harding, Lebanon, Upper Sandusky 283-126-1
18 281 Ed Domsitz, Kettering Archbishop Alter
19 255 Randy Baughman, Newark Licking Valley (1982-2010) and Gnadenhutten Indian Valley North (1981), 255-83-1
20 254 Jay Niswonger, Germantown Valley View,  254-97-1
21 252 Lowell Klinefelter, Canton Central Catholic (1973-2013)
22 251 Dick Cromwell, St. Francis, Olmsted Falls, Findlay
23 250 Ed Miller, Wheelersburg, Portsmouth Notre Dame, 250-41-4
250 Keith Schrock, Smithville (1977-2011), 250-123-3
25 249 Steve Rasso, Cincinnati St. Xavier
26 247 Jim Villinger, Cedarville (1960-2001) 247-74-3
27 245 Cliff Foust, Magnolia, Rootstown, Garfield Hts., Hunting Valley University School (1948-1989)
28 238 Steve Ringholz, Monroeville 238-104-1
29 222 John Downey, Archbold (1979-2008) 222-99
30 221 Bob Lewis, Cincinnati Wyoming (1956-1978) 198-21-7 & Marysville (1952-1955) 23-12-1
31 220 JD Graham, Newark Catholic 220-30-1
32 219 Bill Goodwin, Harrod Allen East (1965-1998) 219-108-3
33 216 Jerry Cooper, Lucas, Waynesfield, Hicksville, Lima Bath, Columbus Grove, Lima Central Catholic, 216-73
216 Pete Brunow, Dola Hardin Northern (1984-2007) 216-55
35 213 Dick Kidwell, Fostoria 174-50-3 and Ashville Teays Valley 39-44-1
213 John Downey, Archbold 213-96 (through 2007)
37 212 Jim "Spike" Berry, Cory-Rawson (1960-90) 212-81-6
38 210 Norm Niedermeier, Toledo Ottawa Hills (1957-1996)
39 209 Ron Bird, New Richmond 209-111-5
209 Charles Buckenmeyer, Napoleon (1948-1950) 20-7-0 & 189-47-9 (1952-1977)
41 208 Craig McCord, Defiance Ayersville (1976-2002) 208-71-2
42 207 Ken Osborne, Williamsburg (1963-1994, 1998-2001) & Goshen (1996)
207 John Cistone, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary (1965-1996)
44 205 Bob Ritley, Perry (1977-2001) 190-68 & Gibsonburg 15-14-1 (1974-1976)
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Most Coaching Wins, All-Time (minimum 270)
1 381 Bob Lutz, Ironton
2 360 Terry Malone, Hamilton Badin
3 358 Jim France, Akron Manchester (1971-1984 & 1984-2013) 358-94-3
4 334 Al Hetrick, Versailles (1968-2005) 334-95-4
5 323 Pat Mancuso, Leetonia, Cincinnati Princeton
6 320 Dick Haines, Frankfort Adena, Triadelphia (PA), Cadiz, Dover & Vista (CA)
7 311 Reno Saccoccia, Steubenville (1983-2011)
8 310 August Bossu, Cleveland Cathedral Latin 33-18-3, Minola, NY 2-3-2 & Cleveland Benedictine 275-109-15.
310 Bill Gutbrod, Cleveland St. Joseph (1950-1990) 267-107-17 & Gates Mills Gilmour Academy   (1991-1997) 43-28
10 309 Paul Culver Jr., Thornville Sheridan (1981-2013), Buckeye North (1979-1980)  & Glouster Trimble (1973-1978) 309-127-5
11 306 Don Bucci, Mt. Carmel (1955-1960) 22-10-0 & Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (1966-1999) 284-79-5
12 302 Bernie Barre, Beechwood, KY (1975-1990) and Cincinnati Wyoming (1990-2009) 302-102
13 301 Chuck Kyle, Cleveland St. Ignatius (through 2012) 301-69-1
301 Bob Gregg, Centerville
15 287 William Bohren, Ottawa-Glandorf, Steubenville, Portsmouth, Lakeview, Youngstown Boardman, Butler (PA), Salem, Niles McKinley, Leavittsburg LaBrae, 287-155-6
16 285 Ron Hinton, Amanda-Clearcreek (1980-2009) 285-90-3
17 284 Skip Baughman, St. Marys Memorial (1959-1993) 271-95-7 & Dola Hardin Northern (1957-1958) 13-8-1
18 283 John Reed, Coldwater, Rockford Parkway, Marion Harding, Lebanon, Upper Sandusky 283-126-1
19 281 Ed Domsitz, Kettering Archbishop Alter
20 270 Bob Lewis, Marysville (1952-1955) 23-12-1, Cincinnati Wyoming (1956-1978) 198-21-7 & Conner, KY (1979-1985) 49-22
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INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM MISCELLANEOUS
Miscellaneous Touchdown Return Feats
Chase Fuller, Duncan Falls Philo returned two kickoffs (84 & 74 yards) for touchdowns vs. New Lexington (2008) and returned five kickoffs for touchdowns in his career.
Jim Lucas, Edgerton returned a blocked field goal (97 yards) for a touchdown vs. Holgate (2004)
Jeremy Schwieterman, St. Henry returned both a punt (55 yards) and a kickoff (88 yards) for touchdowns vs. New Bremen (2003)
Ben Munitz, Willoughby South returned three consecutive punts for touchdowns in 1st quarter vs. Wickliffe (2002)
Cary Daniels, Cincinnati Summit Country Day returned two kickoffs for touchdowns (76 & 78 yards) vs. Cincinnati Landmark Christian (2002)
Nate MIller, Attica Seneca East returned both a punt (84 yards) and a kickoff (80 yards) for touchdowns vs. North Baltimore (2000)
David Holtzmuller, Eaton returned two interceptions (75 & 98 yards) for touchdowns in same quarter vs. Dayton Northridge (1999)
Eric Gabriel, Albany Alexander returned three kickoffs for touchdowns in one half vs. Belpre (1999)
Chuck Moore, Mogadore returned both a punt (47 yards) and a kickoff (83 yards) for touchdowns vs. Sullivan Black River (1996)
Terry Glenn, Columbus Brookhaven returned three consecutive punts for touchdowns in 1st quarter vs. Westerville North (1991)
Jeff Meighan, Mogadore returned two punts for touchdowns (80 & 50 yards) vs. Windham (1988)
Raleigh Weston, Dover returned both a punt (69 yards) and a kickoff (80 yards) for touchdowns vs. New Philadelphia Tuscarawas Valley (1987)
Christopher Hutras, Dover, returned two punts (75 & 61 yards) for touchdowns vs. Coshocton (10/02/1981)
Paul Murphy, Mogadore returned two punts for touchdowns (47 & 82 yards) vs. Middlefield (1954)
Joe Graziani, Norwalk St. Paul returned both a punt (64 & 56 yards) and a kickoff (87 & 85 yards) for touchdowns in the same game twice
Fairless' Hunter Lane returned a kickoff (80 yards) for a touchdown and a punt return (60 yards) for a touchdown in the same game vs. Canton South on October 20, 1967.
Longest Drop-Kick Field Goal Made
1 52 Dude Vickers, Martins Ferry (1917)
2 40 Fred Weber, Dover vs. Alliance (1916)
3 33 Fred Weber, Dover vs. Uhrichsville (1914)
4 30 Ted Yorkievitz, Dover vs. Minerva (1926)
West Salem Northwestern's Matt Kohler kicked the last drop-kick extra point vs. Rittman (10/25/2013)
Brian Mollenshott, Jeromesville Hillsdale kicked a drop-kick extra point vs. Doylestown Chippewa (10/29/1999)
Albert Burger, Minster - first soccer style placekicker in Ohio (1951)
Most Consecutive Completions (1 or more games, minimum 12)

1

17

Luke Massa, Cincinnati St. Xavier vs. Centerville (11/10/2007)

2

15

Tyler Osterman, Monroe Lemon-Monroe (2006)

15

Bray William Offenbecher, Bellefontaine Benjamin Logan (09/02/2005)

4

14

Kirk Jesse, Sherwood Fairview vs. Defiance Ayersville (10/14/2005)

14

Joey Conrad, Logan vs. Pickerington (11/11/2000)

6

12

Micah Hyde, Fostoria vs. Ottawa-Glandorf (08/24/2007) and Bowling Green (08/31/2007)
Most Consecutive Completions (1 game)

1

17

Luke Massa, Cincinnati St. Xavier vs. Centerville (11/10/2007)

2

14

Bray William Offenbecher, Bellefontaine Benjamin Logan (09/02/2005)

14

Kirk Jesse, Sherwood Fairview vs. Defiance Ayersville (10/14/2005)

14

Joey Conrad, Logan vs. Pickerington (11/11/2000)
Most Overtimes, game (minimum 5)

1

6

Holgate (31) vs. Wayne Trace (30) (Oct. 4, 2002)

2

5

Whitehouse Anthony Wayne (52) def. Oregon Clay (46) (08/29/2008)

5

North Canton Hoover (40) def. Toledo St. John's Jesuit (33) (2007)

5

Hamilton Badin (42) def. Dayton Oakwood (35) (2001)

5

Germantown Valley View (31) def. Akron Manchester (24) (1997)
Unbeaten & Unscored Upon Seasons
Cory-Rawson - Unbeated (9-0) and unscored upon (338-0) in 1968
Millersport - Unbeaten (10-0) and unscored upon (278-0) in 1965 
Cincinnati Wyoming - Unbeaten (10-0) and unscored upon (446-0) in 1962
Columbus Rosary - Unbeaten (8-0) and unscored upon (355-0) in 1958
Cory-Rawson - Unbeated (8-0) and unscored upon (284-0) in 1952
Cincinnati Wyoming – Unbeaten (8-0) and unscored upon (182-0) in 1941
Maumee - Unbeated (7-0) and unscored upon (119-0) in 1939
Minerva - Unbeaten (10-0) and unscored upon (332-0) in 1932
Steubenville - Unbeaten (9-0) and unscored upon (277-0) in 1930
Bradford - Unbeaten (9-0) and unscored upon (276-0) in 1926
Fostoria - Unbeaten (8-0) and unscored upon (596-0) in 1912
Individual Miscellaneous Feats
Brandon Oing, Green scored 2 TD's on consecutive plays from scrimmage and 3 TD's (78 yd. run, 84 yd. run and 39 yd. run) in 5 offensive plays in the state playoffs vs Warren Howland (11/2/2001). 
Ryan Loncar, Kirtland started 58 consecutive varsity football games (2010-2013)
Tim Arthurs, Strongsville completed 72.5 percent of his passes in a season, 145 for 200 (1998)
Bob Mullins, McArthur Vinton County recorded two safeties in a game vs. Stewart Federal Hocking (09/11/1987)
Troy Shaffer, West Unity Hilltop recovered five fumbles in a season (1977)
Ryan Wetterich, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy - 4 interceptions in 4th quarter vs. Cincinnati Taft
Dick Penwell, Miamisburg ran 95 yards with a lateral vs. Xenia
70,955 - largest attendance for Ohio high school football game. Cleveland Cathedral Latin vs. Cleveland Holy Name (11/23/1946) (2nd largest in U.S.)
Cameron Campeau, Fairmont High School, had 63 rushing attempts in one game vs. Springfield South on Oct. 8, 2004, which ranks second all-time nationally.
Team Miscellaneous Feats
Fort Recovery held possession for 11 minutes and 51 seconds vs. Delphos St. John's, 26 plays and eight first downs. (09/28/2002)
Lisbon Beaver and Richmond Edison fumbled 24 times in a game (10/25/2002)
Germantown Valley View was named the number one team by the Associated Press in 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998. Only St. Ignatius has had as many weeks in the AP poll as Valley View.
West Jefferson had 42 consecutive winning seasons (1958-1999)
Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller won 71 consecutive regular season games between 1978 and 1985
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