MONDAY (SEPTEMBER 13) NDHSAA Statistically Speaking


September 13, 2021 10:00 am

By Tom Mix
NDHSAA Media Specialist

VALLEY CITY, N.D. – Each Monday NDHSAA Media Specialist Tom Mix posts several interesting stats relating to NDHSAA Activities (past and present) on the NDHSAA NOW website. Keep visiting each Monday and learn more about the education-based athletics and activities sponsored by the NDHSAA.

  • 369: Combined rushing yards for Lisbon junior quarterback Boeden Greenley and sophomore running back Cameron Opp during the Broncos’ 34-12 win over Linton-HMB on Friday, September 10. Greenley and Opp also combined for four touchdowns on offense. 

  • 115: Number of receiving yards for Ray/Powers Lake senior wide receiver Jace Nelson during the team’s 54-16 road football win against Kenmare/Bowbells/Burke Central on Friday, September 10. Nelson finished with seven receptions – four of which resulted in touchdowns for the Outlaws. 

  • 29: Number of kills for Kidder County junior middle blocker Kennedy Harter in the Wolves’ five-set win over Wilton-Wing on Thursday, September 9.

  • 79.63: Scoring average for Fargo Davies sophomore girls golfer Lexi Bartley this fall.

  • 1,688: Career NFL receiving yards for 1995 Carrington High School graduate Jim Kleinsasser. Kleinsasser played 13 seasons in the NFL (all with the Minnesota Vikings as a tight end and fullback).

  • 4: Number of consecutive matches won by the Fargo Davies boys soccer team. Davies is 8-0-1 overall and 7-0-1 in Eastern Dakota Conference play. Since a tie against West Fargo Sheyenne on August 26, the Eagles have scored wins against Grand Forks Red River, Fargo Shanley, Fargo South and Grand Forks Central.

  • 41: Average punt yardage for 1992 Jamestown High School graduate Darin Erstad during his senior prep football season (1991) as a punter for the Blue Jays.

  • 1,708: Career points scored by Phil Jackson during his three-years of playing collegiate basketball at the University of North Dakota. Jackson graduated from Williston High School in 1963.

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