The Kentucky high school football state record for most rushing yards in a season is held by Frank Jones of Bath County with 3,361yards in 1969. The touchdown record for a season is held by Boone County's (Current Seattle Seahawk) Shaun Alexander, he had 50 scores in 1994.
Right now there is a young man from Inez, that after three games, has got people talking about breaking state rushing records. Sheldon Clark senior running back Adam Dials. In only 3 games, Dials has carried the ball 102 times for 922 yards and 13 touchdowns.
In Sheldon Clark's 53-34 win over Perry County Central in week one, Dials carried the ball 38 times for 373 yards and 6 touchdowns.
In Sheldon Clark's 35-23 win over Fairland, Ohio in week two, Dials put up 294 yards on 39 attempts and 4 touchdowns.
In Sheldon Clark's 20-0 win over Lawrence County Friday night, Dials racked up 255 yards on 25 carries and 3 more rushing scores.
Dials is averaging 34 carries per game for 307 yards per game. That is good for 9 yards per carry and 4 scores per game.