Sheehan’s Zach Davis ran for a state-record 541 yards and 10 touchdowns in a 66-20 victory over Law on October 28.
Davis shattered the state mark for yards in a game set by Montville’s Jeremiah Crowley, who held the previous record of 526 yards on 37 carries vs. Stonington in 2013.
Davis’ 10 rushing touchdowns also bested the previous mark of nine set by Brenden Lytton vs. Wilby in 2010.
Davis also ran for a pair of 2-point conversions, giving him a total of 64 points, which is also a state record, besting Lytton’s previous mark of 59 points in his game vs. Wilby.
Here’s what all the touchdowns, plus a few select other runs looked like. Footage via Sheehan football.
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