Chase Moore of Mancos amasses 572 all-purpose yards in a game, the second-most in state history

(Courtesy of Mancos HS)

Mancos sophomore Chase Moore went off in a win over Sargent on Friday night.

Moore had six total touchdowns, including four rushing, one receiving and another on a kickoff return, and also amassed 572 all-purpose yards — which are the second-most in state history — as his fourth-ranked Bluejays beat Sargent 58-31 in an 8-man contest.

Moore's 572 all-purpose yards are second only to the 578 amassed by Thornton's Keynan Huguley against Northglenn in 2012.

His yardage breakdown:

  • 391 rushing, on just 17 carries (23.0 yards per carry).
  • 75 receiving, including a 62-yard score.
  • 106 on kickoff returns, including a 78-yard touchdown.

He also converted on a two-point attempt, meaning he personally scored 38 points in the game.

Moore had rushing touchdowns of 27, 40, 59 and 86 yards. 

Mancos actually trailed Sargent 12-0 in the first quarter, and 15-14 at halftime, before erupting for 44 second-half points.

Moore is no stranger to big games. As a freshman, he rushed for 223 yards in one contest, and his two games from earlier this season were a 255-yard performance against Plateau Valley, and 139 yards against Merino.

Moore has 13 total touchdowns through three games for Mancos, which is 3-0.