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Hedlund sets national field goal record


With field goals of 29 and 36 yards in Argyle (Texas) High School’s 34-14 win over Monahans (Texas) High School on December 9, Cole Hedlund become the national record-holder for single-season field goals in 11-player football.

The two field goals gave the 5-foot-9, 160-pound sophomore 23 field goals for the season. The former record of 22 field goals was held by Philip Doyle of Birmingham (Alabama) Huffman High School (1985), Chris Sailer of Sherman Oaks (California) Notre Dame High School (1994), and Jimmy Stevens of Oklahoma City (Oklahoma) Heritage Hall High School (2005), according to the National Federation of State High School Associations’ National High School Sports Record Book.

Hedlund added two more field goals in Argyle’s December 16th Texas University Interscholastic League Class 3A Division II state championship game with Wimberley (Texas) High School to give him 25 for the season.


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