2014 Players move up the Record Charts

hyde gilesBy Kris Freeman for White House Football

WHITE HOUSE — The 2014 season is complete for the White House Blue Devils, and individual achievements placed some White House players on the all-time records charts for Blue Devils football. Records date to 1943.

Senior WR/DB Josh Mullins:

  • Career Reception Yards – 855 (8th All-Time)
  • Career Receptions – 39 (12th)
  • Career Kick Return Yards – 565 (5th)
  • Longest Pass Reception – 84 yards (2nd)
  • Career Interceptions – 8 (6th)

Senior WR/DB Chris Baldwin:

  • Longest Play – 100 yards (1st)
  • Longest Defensive Play – 100 yards (1st)
  • Longest Interception Return – 100 yards (1st)
  • Longest Kick Return – 96 yards (2nd)
  • Season Kick Return Yards – 321 (7th)

Senior K Dillon Anderson:

  • Career Field Goals Made – 13 (4th)
  • Career PAT Kicks Made – 59 (4th)
  • Career Kickoff Average – 49.04 (4th)

Junior TB/LB Trey Hyde:

  • Game Scoring – 26 (4th)
  • Game Rushing TD – 4 (4th)
  • Postseason Game, Rushing Yards – 232 (5th)
  • Season Tackles – 134 (4th)
  • Longest Kick Return – 98 yards (1st)

Junior QB Steven Rankin:

  • Season Passing Yards – 1,765 (5th)
  • Career Passing Yards – 1,779 (6th)

Other stat notes:

  • White House is 438-443-8 (.755) all-time since 1943
  • White House is 58-33 (.637) in the postseason including 53-32 (.624) in the playoffs and 5-1 in bowl games.
  • White House is 7-3 (.700) in overtime games.
  • White House has had 41 winning seasons, 27 losing seasons, and four even seasons. The Blue Devils have not had a losing season since 1981 (2-8).
  • Head coach Jeff Porter is 248-104 (.703) and will win his 250th game on the second victory of the 2015 season.
  • White House passed for 139.6 yards per game, just short of the per-game passing record 146.5 in 1996.
  • White House has not broken a team record on offense since 2004 (rushing per game, first downs and total yards per game) or on defense since 1996 (only 34 completed passes allowed).
  • White House competed in the Class 4-A quarterfinals for the fifth consecutive year, which is a school record.
  • White House seniors played 52 games, just two games shy of the school record by a senior class of 54 games set by the 1999 and 2000 senior classes.

Special thanks to Dwayne McDaniel for assistance with career records.

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