Derrick Henry surpassed 4,000 career rushing yards during Sunday’s home game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
MUSTANG – Qwontrel Walker is running himself deeper in the state’s high school football record books.
On Class 6A-II No. 2 Stillwater’s first play from scrimmage in its 62-21 win against Class 6A No. 5 Mustang on Friday, Walker broke a run 80 yards up the middle for a touchdown. The carry put him past 6,000 career rushing yards, becoming the 19th player in state history to accomplish the feat.
He finished with 260 rushing yards on 24 carries and four touchdowns. Walker now has 6,209 career rushing yards, which is 14th-most in state history.
“If you think about it, there’s a lot of games where he hasn’t played past the first half,” Stillwater coach Tucker Barnard said. “If he would’ve played in every game, who knows where he would be.
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