Offenses ran wild during the 6-man matchup between Granada and Cheraw on Friday. Or "threw" wild, rather.

The two teams combined for 14 touchdown passes in their game, which ended in a 67-60 Granada win. The total sets the state record for combined passing touchdowns in a game. The previous record was 12, set by Revere and Arickaree in 1996, and later tied by Poudre and Brighton in 2013.

Find football's record book here.

"It was a very, very wild football," Granada coach Traegon Marquez told the Colorado Preps Scoreboard Show on Friday. "A fun one to be a part of. But 'wild,' I think, is a mild way to put it."

Cheraw actually led the game 60-45 going to the fourth quarter, but Granada scored 22 unanswered points to win.

Other marks from the game that found their way into the record book:

  • Both quarterbacks — Granada's Dominic Coleman and Cheraw's Cade Phillips — threw seven touchdowns. This mark is tied for the ninth-most in state history among all classes.
  • Coleman also had a rushing touchdown, which meant he had eight total in the game. This is tied for the 14th-most in state history.
  • Coleman and Phillips have each also now thrown 11 touchdowns over the past three games. This is the 12th highest in state history.
  • Phillips has thrown 15 touchdowns in the past three games. This is the 14th-most in state history.
  • Coleman has thrown 14 touchdowns in the past three games. This is the 16th-most in state history.