The records keep coming for five-star running back Johnathan Gray (Aledo, Texas). Two weeks ago, the Texas commit set the Texas high school career touchdowns mark. On Thursday, Gray became the state's all-time scoring leader and the nation's fifth-ranked scorer all-time in Aledo's 62-17 win over Timber Creek (Keller, Texas), according to the National Federation of State High School Associations football record book. Gray, No. 8 in the ESPNU 150, finished with 209 rushing yards and four touchdowns on only eight carries, and he also caught two passes for 61 yards and a score. The five total touchdowns (30 points combined) gave him 920 for his career, which surpassed the 899 points accrued by Ken Hall of Sugar Land, Texas, from 1950-53.
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