BLAST FROM THE PAST: Bandys’ Houser was red-hot passer in 2008

Published Thursday, August 2nd, 2018

Kyle Houser of Bandys High was the most prolific passer from 10 years ago, throwing for nearly 226 yards per game and for 452 in the season-opening game against Mooresville.

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TOP 10 PASSERS FROM THE 2008 SEASON

(All totals are unofficial)

                                                                   C-Att.-Int.          Yds              PG         TDs      Best yds game

Kyle Houser, Bandys                    186-357-21     2,707          225.5      27             452 vs. Mooresville

Justin Sizemore, Maiden             114-243-13      2,161           180.0      18             344 vs. Hibriten

Devan Corum, Watauga              141-273-13       1,789           149.0      11              341 vs. N. Surry

Cameron Beard, Bunker Hill    127-283-12        1,564           142.1      10              242 vs. Bandys

Dakota Arrowood, McDowell   107-222-11        1,424           129.4       11              214 vs. Freedom

Paul Wright, A.C. Reynolds        107-169-3          1,277           116.0         7              229 vs. Alex Central

Kyle Kinnaird, Alex Central       100-209-7          1,166           106.0        5              290 vs. South Point

Kevin Shelton, Hickory               83-164-7            1,191            99.2         13              159 vs. Statesville

Landon Isenhour, Foard            55-118-4             1,021            85.0        10               161 vs. Hickory

Marcus Kincaid, Freedom         79-173-13               878            79.8         5                224 vs. Asheville

CONFERENCES IN 2008

Catawba Valley Athletic 2A-3A: Bandys, Bunker Hill, Fred T. Foard, Hibriten, Hickory, Maiden, Newton-Conover, Patton, St. Stephens, W. Caldwell.

Northwestern 4A: Alexander Central, E. Burke, Freedom, McDowell, A.C. Reynolds, S. Caldwell, Watauga.

SOURCE: HobbsDailyReport.com research and files.

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