Skyline and Longmont find themselves in the record book after high-powered offenses meet

More photos from the game. (Lance Wendt/Wendt5280.com)

Skyline and Longmont have new entires in the football record book after their high-powered offenses met on Friday night.

The two teams combined to score 50 points in the second half of their game, which Skyline won 51-38.

With statistics now entered on MaxPreps, three marks found their way into the football record book:

  • Skyline's offense amassed 775 yards of total offense, which is the eighth-most in state history.
  • Longmont's offense had 507 yards of total offense. Combined with Skyline's total, the two teams had 1,282 yards of total offense, which ranks ninth in state history.
  • Longmont quarterback Keegan Patterson completed 41 passes, which is tied for the second most in state history.
  • Longmont wide received Caleb Johnson caught 18 of those passes, which is the fourth-most in state history.

There were a number of further standout individual performances, some of which fell just shy of making the record book:

  • Skyline's Grayden Bridwell rushed for 384 yards on 34 carries, including a long run of 80 yards.
  • Skyline's Silva also had 149 yards rushing, giving him 388 yards of total offense. He had six total touchdowns.
  • Longmont's Patterson threw for 490 yards, including four touchdowns. His 1,191 yards lead the state. He also had 17 yards rushing, giving him 507 yards of total offense.
  • Longmont's Johnson now has 496 yards receiving, which lead the state.