LEVI JORDAN entered the Buffalo (3-1) record book Friday with his 327-yard, five-touchdown throwing performance in a 57-0 win over visiting Gilmer County (1-4). Jordan, a senior and four-year starter, became the school's all-time passing yardage leader and passing touchdowns leader.
Jordan has thrown for 5,002 yards and 52 touchdowns in his career. He surpassed the previous marks, both set by Nick Harris from 2004-07. Harris threw for 4,901 yards and 51 touchdowns.
Harris still owns Buffalo's single-season high marks of 2,170 yards and 24 touchdowns, setting both marks in 2007.
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MAGNOLIA'S 17-13 WIN over Wheeling Central was the first regular season loss to an SSAC-member school suffered by the Maroon Knights in almost seven seasons. The last such loss by Central came at Class AA Weir on Oct. 21, 2005. The Red Riders went on to win the Class AA state championship that season, while Central won the Class A state title.
Magnolia (4-1), who was playing Central (3-2) for the first time since 1990 on Friday, dropped to Class A this season.
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MARTINSBURG'S LOSS at Westminster (4-0), Md., ended the state's longest winning streak at 32 games, four games short of the state record for consecutive wins. Anstead won 36 straight from 1970-74. The Bulldogs' win streak is tied for the third longest in state history. Wheeling Central won 35 in a row from 2005-08.
Mannington (1975-78) and Bluefield (1967-69) both had 32-game win streaks.
The state's longest current win streak belongs to Class AA Wayne (4-0). The Pioneers have won 13 straight games, and their last loss was a 16-14 setback at Point Pleasant on Sept. 30, 2011.
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MEADOW BRIDGE junior running back Jake Parker ran 48 times for 361 yards and four touchdowns in the Wildcats' 34-24 win over Pendleton County (3-2) on Friday. Parker, who has 1,256 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns this season, has carried the ball 175 times.
The regular-season record for carries is 330, set by Sistersville's C.R. Howdyshell in 1978. Howdyshell also owns the overall carries record of 389, which he accomplished in 12 games that season.
Meadow Bridge (5-0), ranked ninth in this week's Daily Mail Class A poll, plays host to unbeaten Valley (4-0) on Friday.