The Refugio (Texas) High School football team used a fast-paced, no-huddle offense to light up scoreboards this fall for 891 points.
In the process, it ranks second all time in the National Federation of State High School Associations’ National High School Sports Record Book. The record of 903 points in a season was set by Albermarle (North Carolina) High School in 2001.
The Bobcats went 15-0 en route to the Texas University Interscholastic League Class 2A state title, their first since 1982. Their scoring total works out to an average of 59.4 points per game.
Helping generate that high-powered offense was 5-foot-10, 165-pound sophomore quarterback Travis Quintanilla, who threw for 3,905 yards and 53 touchdowns. Senior wide receiver Lynx Hawthorne set school records with 74 receptions for 1,775 yards and 25 touchdowns.
In the backfield, senior running back Shiloh Whetsel rushed 120 times for 1,530 yards, while junior running back Draigon Silvas rushed 138 times for 1,465 yards and 22 touchdowns.