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High school football: Felt's Facts Week 9

Published: Wednesday, Oct. 16 2013 6:06 p.m. MDT

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Last week, Jordan’s Austin Kafentzis topped the 12,000-yard threshold for career offense (12,027). Mountain Crest’s Alex Kuresda (2007-10) holds the record with 12,917 yards.

In other career marks, Kafentzis is third in TDs-responsible-for (126, record is 130 by two players), fourth in completions (521, record is 751) and attempts (897, record is 1,154) and is tied for fifth in rushing touchdowns (58, record is 70) and 100-yard games (22, record is 24).

He’s eighth in carries (590, record is 782), tied for ninth in touchdowns scored (58, record is 77), 13th in TD passes (68) and 14th in rushing yards (4,140).

(It must be noted that his stats on maxpreps.com are not correct as they include a 2012 game against East, which was determined by the UHSAA to not count as a game, nor the statistics included for either team or their players. However, only Jordan can submit corrected numbers to MaxPreps.)
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Mokie
Podunk, UT

Just curious, if the last two place teams in both regions in 2A are tied, would they not determine the 6th place for each region by the head to head match instead of having a region playoff game? Not sure why they would have to have a playoff if the two teams have played and one was the winner already. Can you please clarify for me? Thanks.

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