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DOUGLAS HIGH FOOTBALL RECORDS & STREAKS

All-time record: 310 wins, 367 losses, 9 ties

Coaches:

Ernie Monfiletto, 5 seasons (17-35 overall, 0.327 winning percentage) (2012-present)

Mike Rippee, 27 seasons (139-125, 0.527 winning percentage) (1985-2011)

Bill Coverley, 14 seasons (78-59-1, 0.565 winning percentage) (1970-1984)

Walt Powers, 14 seasons (34-62-3, 0.340 winning percentage (1945-1952, 1956-1961)

O’Neill Sanders, 6 seasons (31-17-3, 0.610 winning percentage (1962-67)

Embree Raiford, 2 seasons (6-6-1) (1937-38)

John Robb, 2 seasons (4-5-1) (1939-1940)

Robert Whittemore, 1 season (3-3-1) (1944)

Jim Todd, 2 seasons (3-8) (1954-55)

Newton 1 season (1941) (1-6)

Frank Kelly, 1 season (1-6) (1953)

Tony Trevino, 2 seasons (1-16, 0.058 winning percentage) (1968-69)

Dominic Oxoby, partial season (1945) (0-1)

H.E. O’Brien & H. Cohn, 1 season (0-4) (1924)

Larsen, 1 season (0-5) (1936)

Lewis & O’Brien, 1 season (0-7) (1923)

Unknown (1942-43) (0-7)

Roy Bankofier, 2 seasons (0-8) (1934-35)

 

State Champions

1974 (AA)

Regional Champions

None

League/Conference Champions

2006 (Sierra League 7-0)

2003 (Sierra League 6-0)

1976 (AA Division I, 6-0)

1967 (Conference, 7-1)

Players of the Year

Andrew Jensen (Lineman of the Year, 2014); Zach Falanga (Defensive Player of the Year, 2010); Johnny Pollack (Player of the Year, 2009); Brent Koontz (Defensive Player of the Year, 2006); Luke Rippee (Player of the Year, 2003); Nick Summers (Lineman of the Year, 2003); Luke Rippee (Co-Offensive Player of the Year); Kevin Lehr (Offensive Player of the Year, 1997); Albert Aikens (Co-Lineman of the Year, 1982).
Division/League: Reagan Roberson (Sierra League Defensive Player of the Year, 2016); Andrew Jensen (Sierra League Lineman of the Year, 2014); Conner Peterson (Sierra League Player of the Year, 2012); Johnny Pollack (Player of the Year, 2009); Tim Rudnick (Offensive Player of the Year, 2008); Garrett Tenney (Lineman of the Year, 2008); Brock Peterson (Offensive Player of the Year, 2007); Jeff Nady (Lineman of the Year, 2007); Brent Koontz (Co-Player of the Year, 2006); Sean Molina (Defensive Player of the Year, 2006); Spike Agosta (Sierra League Offensive Player of the Year, 2004); Tyson Estes (Sierra League Lineman of the Year, 2004); Luke Rippee (Sierra League Player of the Year, 2003); Nick Summers (Sierra League Lineman of the Year 2003); Luke Rippee (Sierra League Offensive Player of the Year, 2002); Grant Hall, Sierra League Lineman of the Year (2002); Matt Trenton (Division II Lineman of the Year, 1998); Kevin Lehr, Division II Offensive Player of the Year, 1997; Zack Weber, Division II Defensive Player of the Year, 1996).

Firsts & Streaks

First game: Oct. 6, 1923 vs. Fallon (loss 102-0)

First home game: Oct. 13, 1923 vs. Carson (loss 76-6)

First win: Oct. 9, 1937 vs. Fallon (13-7)

Longest win streak: 11 games (2003)

Longest losing streak: 26 games  (1923-1937)

Longest home win streak: 7 (2004-05; 1977-78; 1951-52)

Longest road win streak: 16 games (2006-08)

Playoff appearances

(6-22 all-time)

1951 (loss to Reno in regional title game 20-7)

1967 (lost to White Pine 14-13 in 2A title game)

1976 (lost to Fallon in championship game 28-7)

1996 (lost to McQueen 45-3)

1997 (beat Elko 45-42; lost to Wooster 31-26)

1998 (lost to Elko 34-12)

1999 (lost to McQueen 51-0)

2001 (lost to Elko 45-22)

2002 (lost to Galena 7-6)

2003 (beat Galena 42-0; beat Hug 37-14; lost to Reno 34-14)

2004 (beat Manogue 30-14; lost to McQueen 20-6)

2005 (lost to McQueen 46-14)

2006 (lost to McQueen 21-12)

2007 (lost to Reed 43-6)

2008 (lost to Reed 44-24)

2009 (lost to McQueen 23-20, OT)

2010 (lost to Reed 20-18)

2011 (beat Reno 43-15; lost to Reed 60-36)

2012 (lost to Reed 47-14)

2013 (lost to Reed 55-7)

2014 (lost to Reed 52-14)

2015 (lost to Reed 69-14)

2016 (beat Spanish Springs 24-6; lost to Reed 47-7)

Winningest teams

2003 (11-1 overall, 6-0 Sierra League)

1973 (8-1 overall, 7-1 conference)

1974: (8-1-1 overall, 6-1-1 conference)

1967 (8-2 overall, 7-1 conference)

1972 (8-2 overall, 7-2 conference)

2006 (8-3, 7-0 Sierra League)

2007 (8-3, 6-1 Sierra League)

2008: (8-3 overall, 6-1 Sierra League)

2004 (8-3, 5-1 Sierra League)

1976 (7-2 overall, 6-0 Division I)

2002 (7-3 overall)

1996 (7-3 overall)

1975 (7-3 overall, 6-3 conference)

1997 (7-4 overall)

2009 (7-4, overall)

most losses:

1970 (0-9)

1969 (0-8)

1957 (0-8)

1961 (0-8-1)

1986 (1-8 overall)

2015 (2-8 overall)

2013 (2-8 overall)

2014 (3-8 overall)

1985 (1-7 overall)

1945 (0-6)

 

OFFENSE

SINGLE-SEASON TEAM

Rushing Yards

3,167 (10 games, 1974)

2,696 (9 games, 1973)

2,666 (10 games, 1972)

2,504 (10 games, 2016)

2,465 (11 games, 2007)

2,388 (11 games, 2009)

2,280 (10 games, 2010)

2,229 (11 games, 2006)

2,208 (12 games, 2011)

2,096 (10 games, 2012)

1,876 (11 games, 2008)

Passing Yards

2,823 (11 games, 2011)

2,677 (11 games, 2008)

2,572 (10 games, 2012)

1,968 (12 games, 2003)

1,594 (1997)

1,577 (2015, 9 games)

1,495 (10 games, 2010)

1,481 (1983)

1,472 (11 games, 2009)

1,460 (2007)

1,291 (1988)

1,251 (2002)

Rushing Touchdowns

40-plus (12 games, 2003)

30 (11 games, 2007)

28 (10 games, 2010)

27 (12 games, 2011)

27 (11 games, 2006)

25 (11 games, 2008)

25 (11 games, 2009)

Passing Touchdowns

26 (10 games, 2012)

26 (11 games, 2011)

24 (11 games, 2008)

14 (11 games, 2007)

14 (11 games, 2009)

8 (11 games, 2006)

Points for

478 (12 games, 2003)

404 (11 games, 2011)

366 (10 games, 2012)

363 (11 games, 2008)

352 (10 games, 1974)

327 (11 games, 2007)

315 (11 games, 2009)

296 (11 games, 2006)

294 (10 games, 2010)

257 (1972)

239 (11 games, 2005)

DEFENSE (from 2003)

Rushing Yards Allowed

841 (10 games, 1972)

1,233 (11 games, 2006)

1,381 (11 games, 2007)

Passing Yards Allowed

676 (10 games, 1972)

911 (11 games, 2005)

1,194 (11 games, 2006)

1,259 (9 games, 2015)

1,390 (10 games, 2010)

1,402 (11 games, 2007)

Rushing Touchdowns Allowed

7 (1963, 9 games)

8 (2006)

Passing Touchdowns Allowed

10 (2006)

12 (2010)

13 (2009)

13 (2011)

14 (2007)

14 (2008)

Points Against

44 (9 games, 1963)

65 (1976)

65 (10 games, 1974)

74 (1973)

101 (1966)

120 (1967)

123 (11 games, 2006)

127 (1972)

134 (12 games, 2003)

198 (11 games, 2007)

Takeaways

33 (11 games, 2006)

26 (11 games, 2008)

26 (12 games, 2011)

22 (11 games, 2009)

21 (10 games, 2010)

19 (11 games, 2007)

 

Sacks

33 (11 games, 2006)

23 (11 games, 2009)

22 (11 games, 2007)

Interceptions

23 (11 games, 2006)

20 (11 games, 2008)

15 (11 games, 2007)

Defensive Touchdowns

4 (11 games, 2006)

4 (10 games, 2010)

4 (12 games, 2011)

2 (11 games, 2008)

2 (11 games, 2007)

Consecutive Scoreless quarters

20 (1963)

16 (1976)

16 (1972)

14 (2006)

Consecutive shutouts

5 (1963)

4 (1976)

4 (1972)

2 (2006)

TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

Points scored

86 (vs. Stewart, 1971)

75 (vs. South Tahoe, 2006)

72 (vs. Fallon, 1971)

Points Allowed

102 (vs. Fallon, 1923)

Rushing yards in a game

439 (vs. Damonte Ranch, 2010)

431 (vs. Damonte Ranch, 2012)

428 (vs. Fallon, 1971)

421 (vs. Bishop Manogie, 2016)

381 (vs. Spanish Springs, 2010)

394 (vs. Carson, 2007)

367 (vs. North Valleys, 2016)

350 (vs. North Valleys, 2010)

305 (vs. McQueen, 2009)

Passing Yards in a game

461 (2012, vs. Reno)

419 (2011, vs. Reed)

342 (2008 vs. Las Vegas)

329 (1951 vs. Stewart)

307 (1952 vs. Lovelock)

 

Individual Records

Career

Rushing yards

Conner Peterson 3,883 (2010-2012)

Lamont McCann 2,577 (1980-81-82)

Spike Agosta 2,169 (2003-04)

Johnny Pollack 2,108 (2008-09)

Dusty Cooper 1,931 (2001-02-03)

Russ Burnum 1,872 (1973-74)

Kevin Lehr 1,805 (1996-97)

Brock Peterson 1,805 (2005-07)

Junior Kizer 1,693 (1976-1978, doesn’t include 76 or 77)

Terry Olsen 1,577 (1971-73, doesn’t include 1971)

Reese Kizer 1,553 (2005-06)1.

Evan Bill 1,542 (2000-01)

Rushing Touchdowns

Conner Peterson 42 (2010-2012)

Kevin Lehr 32 (1996-97)

Spike Agosta 29 (2003-04)

Dusty Cooper 26 (2001-02-03)

Brock Peterson 26 (2005-07)

Luke Rippee 22 (2001-02-03)

Passing Yards

Michael Nolting 5,276 (2011-12)

Luke Rippee 4,064 (2001-02-03)

Tim Rudnick 3,237 (2007-08)

Chris Griffith 2,471 (1995-96-97)

Zack Williams 2,230 (2009-10)

Bryce James 2,140 (2014-15)

David Laird 1,714 (2006-07)

Blair Roman 1,598 (1985-86)

Paul Meadows 1,584 (1987-88)

George Streeter 1,573 (1991-92)

Completions

Michael Nolting 399 (2011-12)

Luke Rippee 292 (2001-02-03)

Bryce James 207 (2014-15)

Tim Rudnick 199 (2007-08)

Zack Williams 191 (2009-10)

Chris Griffith 179 (1995-96-97)

David Laird 141 (2006-07)

Paul Meadows 120 (1987-88)

Blair Roman 119 (1985-86)

Brandon Griffith 116 (1998-99)

Passing Touchdowns

Michael Nolting 48 (2011-12)

Luke Rippee 39 (2001-02-03)

Tim Rudnick 31 (2007-08)

Chris Griffith 21 (1995-96-97)

George Streeter 19 (1991-92)

Zack Williams 17 (2009-10)

Roman Davis 15 (2004-05)

Blair Roman 13 (1985-86)

Paul Meadows 13 (1987-88)

Bryce James 12 (2014-15)

Receptions

Andy McIntosh 104 (2001-02-03)

Dusty Fisher 101 (2011-12)

Zach McFadden 82 (2007-08)

Gabe Hatchett 76 (1999-2000)

Cary Hart 68 (1986-87-88)

Nick Maestretti 66 (2010-11)

Brady Ovard 65 (1995-96-97)

Nick Maestretti 58 (2011)

Austin Neddenriep 53 (2009-10)

Robert LeGrand 50 (1995-96-97)

Receiving Yards

Andy McIntosh 1,816 (2001-02-03)

Dusty Fisher 1,719 (2011-12)

Zach McFadden 1,214 (2007-08)

Gabe Hatchett 1,048 (1999-2000)

Nick Maestretti 926 (2010-11)

Dusty Fisher 861 (2011-12)

Robert LeGrand 831 (1982-83)

Brady Ovard 825 (1995-96-97)

Austin Neddenriep 814 (2009-10)

Cary Hart 797 (1986-87-88)

Touchdown catches

Dusty Fisher 20 (2011-12)

Andy McIntosh 17 (2001-02-03)

Brady Ovard 14 (1995-96-97)

Zach McFadden 13 (2007-08)

Austin Neddenriep 11 (2009-10)

Nick Maestretti 9 (2010-11)

Cary Hart 9 (1986-87-88)

Louis Verdeja 8 (1990-91)

Carlos Verdeja 7 (1990-91)

Joey Manoukian 7 (1991-92)

Sacks

Jeff Nady 17 (2006-07)

Zach Falanga 14.5 (2009-10)

Anthony Alvitre 11 (2006-07)

Phil Mannelly 8 (2005-06)

Garrett Tenney 8 (2008-09)

Trevor Shaffer 8 (2011)

Sean Molina 6 (2005-06)

Nate Whalin 5 (2006)

Forest Scott 4 (2007)

Interceptions

Sean Peralta 11 (2006-07)

Tommy Welton 8 (2003)

Tanner Thomas 8 (2007-08)

Niko Saladis 7 (2005-06)

Brent Koontz 6 (2005-06)

Cole Hamzik 6 (2005-06)

Nico Barker 6 (2008)

Extra points-attempts

Nikolai Vasquez 80-87 (2008-09)

Nate VonAhsen 68-71 (2010-2011)

Spike Agosta 40-45 (2004)

Connor Greth 40-43 (2012)

Niko Saladis 34-39 (2005-06)

Kyle Heidt 20-26 (2007)

 

SEASON

Rushing Yards

Spike Agosta 1,945 (2004, 11 games)

Junior Kizer 1,693 (1978)

Dusty Cooper 1,633 (2003, 12 games)

Brock Peterson 1,620 (2007, 11 games)

Kevin Lehr 1,597 (1997, 10 games)

Conner Peterson 1,471 (2012, 10 games)

Russ Burnum 1,407 (1974)

Conner Peterson 1,358 (2011, 12 games)

Johnny Pollack 1,277 (2009, 11 games)

Scott Darran 1,149 (1995, 9 games)

Larry Hadfield 1,125 (1992)

Rushing touchdowns

Kevin Lehr 27 (1997)

Spike Agosta 26 (2004)

Dusty Cooper 25 (2003)

Brock Peterson 21 (2007)

Conner Peterson 16 (2011)

Conner Peterson 15 (2012)

Luke Rippee 12 (2003)

Passing yards

Michael Nolting 2,772 (2011)

Tim Rudnick 2,550 (2008)

Michael Nolting 2,504 (2012)

Luke Rippee 1,968 (2003)

Chris Griffith 1,594 (1997)

Bryce James 1,577 (2015)

Shane Miller 1,481 (1983)

Paul Meadows 1,291 (1988)

Luke Rippee 1,251 (2002)

Completions

Michael Nolting 222 (2011)

Bryce James 178 (2015)

Michael Nolting 177 (2012)

Tim Rudnick 157 (2008)

Michael Nolting 129

Luke Rippee 120 (2003)

Brandon Griffith 108 (1999)

Chris Griffith 105 (1997)

Zack Williams 102 (2009)

Paul Meadows 97 (1988)

Zach Williams 89 (2010)

Luke Rippee 88 (2002)

Touchdown passes

Michael Nolting 25 (2011)

Tim Rudnick 23 (2008)

Michael Nolting 23 (2012)

Luke RIppee 17 (2003)

Luke Rippee 14 (2002)

Chris Griffith 12 (1997)

George Streeter 12 (1992)

Paul Meadows 11 (1988)

Roman Davis 11 (2004)

Zack Williams 11 (2009)

Receptions

Dusty Fisher 65 (2012)

Cary Hart 56 (1988)

Zach McFadden 50 (2008)

Andy McIntosh 50 (2003)

Nick Maestretti 50 (2011)

Robert LeGrand 50 (1983)

Cody Ball 45 (2015)

Joey Manoukian 43 (1992)

Brady Ovard 43 (1997)

Receiving Yards

Dusty Fisher 1,167 (2012)

Andy McIntosh 884 (2003)

Zach McFadden 875 (2008)

Robert LeGrand 831 (1983)

Andy McIntosh 715 (2002)

Gabe Hatchett 709 (2000)

Cody Ball 683 (2015)

Nick Maestretti 661 (2011)

Nate VonAhsen 657 (2011)

Cary Hart 630 (1988)

Total offense

Michael Nolting 3,245 yards, 32 TD (2011, 12 games)

Bryce James 2,368 yards, 19 touchdowns (2015, 9 games)

Touchdown catches

Dusty Fisher 15 (2012)

Zach McFadden 9 (2008)

Andy McIntosh 8 (2003)

Brady Ovard 8 (1997)

Cary Hart 8 (1988)

Austin Neddenriep 8 (2009)

Carlos Verdeja 7 (1995)

Joey Manoukian 7 (1992)

Nick Maestretti 7 (2011)

Nate VonAhsen 7 (2011)

Sacks (From 2004)

Anthony Alvitre 11 (2006)

Jeff Nady 10 (2007)

Trevor Shaffer 8 (2011)

Zach Falanga 8 (2009)

Jeff Nady 7 (2006)

Trevor Shaffer 7 (2011)

Zach Falanga 6.5 (2010)

Phil Mannelly 6 (2006)

Sean Molina 6 (2006)

Cody Hayes 5.5 (2012)

Garrett Tenney 5 (2009)

Nate Whalin 5 (2006)

Forest Scott 4 (2007)

Interceptions (from 2004)

Tommy Welton 8 (2003)

Niko Saladis 6 (2006)

Sean Peralta 6 (2006)

Nico Barker 6 (2008)

Sean Peralta 5 (2007)

Connor Hughes 5 (2010)

Brent Koontz 4 (2006)

Cole Hamzik 4 (2006)

Tanner Thomas 4 (2007)

Tanner Thomas 4 (2008)

Extra Points-attempts (From 2004)

Nate VonAhsen 44-45 (2011)

Nikolai Vasquez 42-47 (2008)

Spike Agosta 40-45 (2004)

Connor Greth 40-43 (2012)

Nikolai Vasquez 38-40 (2009)

Nate VonAhsen 24-26 (2010)

Niko Saladis 23-27 (2006)

Kyle Heidt 20-27 (2007)

Kick Return TDs

Nick Maestretti 3 (2011)

Dawson Coman 3 (2016)

Punt Return TDs

Tyler Tinstman 4 (2006)

SINGLE GAME

Punt Return TDs in a game

Tyler Tinstman, 3 (2006 vs. South Tahoe)

Rushing Yards in a game

343, Brock Peterson (2007 vs Carson)

322, Conner Peterson (2010 vs. Damonte Ranch)

311, Conner Peterson (2012 vs. Damonte Ranch)

270, John Ithuburu (1965 vs. Whittell)

244, Johnny Pollack (2009 vs McQueen, playoffs)

238, Spike Agosta (2004 vs. Carson)

Passing Yards in a game

441, Michael Nolting (2012, vs. Reno)

419, Michael Nolting, 2011, vs. Reed)

342, Tim Rudnick (2008 vs. Las Vegas)

329, Pudge Turria (1951 vs. Stewart)

307, Gary Lundergreen (1952 vs. Lovelock)

Touchdown passes in a game

6, Michael Nolting (2012, vs. Reno)

Total Offense in a game

494, Michael Nolting (2012, vs. Reno)

491, Michael Nolting (2011 vs. Reed)

400+, Junior Kizer (1978 vs. Lowry)

401, Conner Peterson (2012 vs. Damonte Ranch

357, Conner Peterson (2010 vs. Damonte Ranch)

Receiving yards in a game

317, Dusty Fisher (2012, vs. Reno)

TD receptions in a game

5, Dusty Fisher (2012, vs. Reno)

Longest kick return

99, Jordan Cruz (2009 vs. Las Vegas)

Longest field goal

51, Nikolai Vasquez (2009 vs. McQueen)

Longest punt

63, Nikolai Vasquez (2009, vs. McQueen)

Best two-game rushing total

568 yards, Conner Peterson (2010, vs. Damonte Ranch, Spanish Springs)

Last time won

McQueen (2016)

Reed (2008)

Spanish Springs (2016 playoffs)

Galena (2016)

Manogue (2016)

Fallon (2009)

Elko (2004)

Hug (2013)

Reno (2012)

North Valleys (2016)

South Tahoe (2009)

Carson (2016)

Damonte Ranch (2011)

Wooster (2009)

Last time lost

to McQueen (2013)

to Reed (2016 playoffs)

to Spanish Springs (2016)

to Galena (2015)

to Manogue (2014)

to Fallon (1989)

to Elko (2002)

to Hug (2015)

to Reno (2016)

to North Valleys (2015)

to South Tahoe (2000)

to Carson (2015)

to Damonte Ranch (2016)

to Wooster (2000)

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