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December 5, 2009 at 5:44 PM

Record-setting day in eight-man title game

The state basketball championships are three months away, but Tri-Cities Prep and Lummi did their best Friday to make the Tacoma Dome scoreboard resemble that seen in a hoops game. Below are the Class 1B championship game records set in TCP’s 80-40 win.

TEAM

  • Most passing yards: 552 (TCP)
  • Most pass attempts: 44 (Lummi)
  • Most completitions: 27 (TCP)
  • Most points: 80
  • INDIVIDUAL

  • Most touchdowns (tie): 6 (TCP’s Troy Redmann)
  • Total offense: 601 yards (TCP’s Will Hoppes)
  • Most pass attempts: 44 (Lummi’s Titan Jameson)
  • Most passing yards: 552 (Hoppes)
  • Most touchdown passes: 10 (Hoppes)
  • Most receptions (tie): 9 (Redmann)
  • Most receiving yards: 239 (Redmann)
  • Most touchdown receptions: 6 (Redmann)
  • Most fumble recoveries: 2 (Lummi’s Kyle Finkbonner)
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