I went through the South Puget Sound League record book to find what records had been set this season and here’s what I found. No surprise that Federal Way’s Trenton Pinson owns a couple records after his seven-touchdown perfomance a week ago.
Most points in a quarter: Federal Way, 42 in the first quarter against Jefferson on Oct. 29, 2009. Previous – Curtis, 37 against Emerald Ridge, 2008.
Total points: Auburn 416. Previous – Puyallup 400, 1997
Touchdowns: Trenton Pinson, Federal Way, 7 against Jefferson on Oct. 29, 2009. Previous – 24 players with 5.
Most points: Trenton Pinson, Federal Way, 42 against Jefferson on Oct. 29, 2009. Previous – Dane Looker, Puyallup, 36 against Rogers in 1994.
Longest interception return: Napa Mefi, Beamer, 99 yards against Graham-Kapowsin on Sept. 12, 2009. Previous – Two players with 97-yard returns.
All-purpose yards: Anthony Meray, Bethel, 2,267. Previous – Marcel Smith, Graham-Kapowsin, 2,208 in 2007.
Most conversions: Aaron McMahon, Auburn, 51. Previous – Brett Kobes, Rogers, 1997.
Most field goals: Brandon Bailey, Bethel, 11. Previous – Three players with nine.
Close but not quite
• Curtis quarterback Tyler Jamison had a passer rating of 243.7. However, it does not qualify for the league’s single-season passer rating record because he did not have the minimum of 100 pass attempts. Jamison only threw 90 passes.
I wanted to list it here anyway because that is a ridiculously high passer rating. The current record is 206.6, set by Marc Weekly of Rogers in 1987. Some guy named Brock Huard is second at 205.6.
• Curtis junior Rahmel Dockery averaged 39.5 yards per kickoff return. That ranks third on the single-season record list. The best was Auburn’s Brian Davidson’s 43.5 yard-per-return average in 1990. Dockery’s 1,769 all-purpose yards rank eighth.
• Graham-Kapowsin’s Jamaal Jones averaged 24.0 yards per punt return. That ranks fourth on the single-season list. The best was Kentwood’ Luke Hetherington’s 29.4 yard-per-return average in 2000.
• Rogers punter Sean Tollan averaged 42.5 yards per punt. That ties for second on the single-season list. The best was Decatur’s Ryan Burks’ 46.1 yard-per-punt average in 2003.
*These records date to 1975.