September 7, 2010
Hodgeman County High School running back Evan Kreger could not have had a much better game in the first contest of his senior year.
Kreger scored 10 touchdowns in Hodgeman County's 74-8 win over
Pawnee Heights Friday night. And he scored in all phases of the
game -- running, returning an interception and taking back a punt.
That's a Kansas eight-man record and ties a national eight-man
record, according to the National High School Record Book.
Kreger's scores all came in the first half, and the game was
called at halftime.
The Dodge City Globe reports that the old Kansas eight-man
touchdown record of nine was held by Bryan Kendall of Haviland and
Brandon Major of Wilson.
Kreger, who had 361 yards of total offense, joins five other
players with the national record of 10.