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NORTHWEST REGIONAL RECORDS AS RESEARCHED & RECOGNIZED BY SEMI-PRO FOOTBALL HEADQUARTERS & THE GNFA
AFA Researchers: Joe Hulsebus & Steve Brainerd, Regional Research: Mark Meadows, Jack Green (US Naval Historian), Jeff Charlston (US Army Sports Historian)
*Note: All Records Still Being Researched...if you have documented records please submit them for possible inclusion.




 

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TEAM RECORDS


Most Seasons League Champions
 

8 Issaquah Firemen/Alpines. 1933-37, 40-41, 47

 

7 West Seattle Yellowjackets, 1926, 33-36, 38, 41

 

7 Pierce County Bengals, 1973-77, 79-80

 

7 Puget Sound/Federal Way Jets, 1993-96, 99-00, 02


Most Consecutive League Championships

5 Pierce County Bengals, 1973-77 (NIFL/NIFL)

 

5 Issaquah Firemen, 1933 -37 (160-lb League)

4 Auburn Panthers, 1984-87 (NFA)

 

4 Puget Sound/Federal Way Jets 1993-1996 (NWFL)



Most Consecutive First-Place League Finishes

8 Pierce County Bengals, 1973-80

 

 

Most League Championship Game Appearances

 

9 - Oregon Thunderbolts (1989; 91; 93-95; 97-98; 07-08)

 

9 - Rogue Warriors (1998-00; 02-03; 05-06; 08-09)

 

8 - Issaquah Firemen/Alpines (1933-37, 40-41, 47)

 

8 - Puget Sound/Federal Way Jets (1993-95; 97; 99-02)

 

 

 

Most Consecutive Seasons of Operation

 

36 - Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club "Winged M's" (1891 - 1926)

 

35 - Seattle Athletic Club "Blue Diamonds" (1892 - 1926)

 

34 - Seattle Cavaliers (1957 - 1990)

 

29 - Pierce County Bengals (1988 - 2016)* Active


23 - Sky Valley/Snohomish County Vikings (1994-2016)* Active


21- Idaho Falls Mustangs (1997 - 2016)* Active

 

20 - West Seattle Yellowjackets (1922 - 1941)


18 - Mini-Cassia/Magic Valley Bulldawgs (1998-2015)


17 - Rainier Beach/Seattle Ramblers (1948 - 1964)

  

16 - Spokane Amateur Athletic Club (1892 - 1907)

 


 




Most Wins All-Time

 

170 Oregon Thunderbolts, 1989-2010 (170-67)


150 Pierce County Bengals, 1988-2016 (150-131)* Active

 

144 Seattle Cavaliers, 1944-88 (144-122-2) (under review)

 

138 Multnomah Athletic Club, 1891-1939 (138-60-22)

 

108 Seattle/Rainier Beach Ramblers, 1948-64 (108-46-3)


Most Consecutive Wins (All Games)

57 Auburn Panthers, 1984-87 (* Top National Record)

 

32 Pierce County Bengals, 1975-1977

 

29 Puget Sound Jets, 1999-2001


Most Consecutive Wins (One Season)

16 Auburn Panthers, 1986

 

16 Oregon Thunderbolts, 1998

 

16 Puget Sound Jets, 2000

 

16 Eastside Hawks, 2004

 

15 Auburn Panthers, 1985

 

14 Auburn Panthers, 1987

 

14 South Sound Shockers, 2007

 

14 Puget Sound Titans, 2008



Most Total Wins One Season (No forfeits)

16 Auburn Panthers, 1986

 

16 Oregon Thunderbolts, 1998

 

16 Puget Sound Jets, 2000

 

16 Eastside Hawks, 2004

 

15 Auburn Panthers, 1985



Most Shutouts Season (no forfeits)
 

10 Issaquah Alpines, 1939

 

10 Rainier Beach Athletic Club Ramblers, 1948

 

10 Auburn Panthers, 1986


9 West Seattle Yellowjackets, 1923

 

8 Issaquah Firemen, 1933

 

8 Issaquah Firemen, 1934

 

8 Italian Athletic Club, 1935

 

8 Enumclaw Silver Barons, 1936

 

8 West Seattle Yellowjackets, 1936

 

8 Enumclaw Silver Barons, 1937

 

8 Boeing Aero Mechanics, 1940

 

8 Rainier Beach Athletic Club Ramblers, 1949

 

8 Pierce County Bengals, 1976

 

8 Eastside Hawks, 2004

 

7 West Seattle Yellowjackets, 1933

 

7 West Seattle Yellowjackets, 1934

 

7 Enumclaw Silver Barons, 1935

 

7 Issaquah Firemen, 1937

 

7 Issaquah Alpines, 1938

7 South Sound Shockers, 2007

 

7 Bitterroot Blaze 2007



 

 

Most Losses All-Time

 

152 Sky Valley/Snohomish County Vikings 1994-2016 (106-152-2)* Active

 

133 Washington Cavaliers, 1998-2016 (62-133)* Active


131 Pierce County Bengals, 1988-2016 (150-131)* Active


122 Seattle Cavaliers, 1957-90 (144-122-2) (under review)



Most Losses in a Season
 

11 Eastside Chiefs, 1998

 

11 Washington Cavaliers, 2000

 

11 Northwest (WA) Avalanche, 2005

11 Columbia Basin Bulls, 2005

11 Columbia River Coyotes, 2006

 

 

Longest Losing Streaks

 

40 Columbia River Coyotes (2003 - 2008)

 

30 Glacier Knights (2004-2008)

 

21 Oregon Panthers (1998 - 2001)

 

21 Moses Lake/Columbia Basin Bulls (2004 - 2005)

 

20 Skagit Valley Lightning/North Sound Sting (2008-2010)

 

18 High Desert Lightning (2010-2011) 


18 Seattle Cavaliers (1983-1985)

 

18 Eastside Chiefs (1997-2000)


16 Columbia Basin Riverhawks (2009-2011)

 

16 Washington Cavaliers (2008-2010)

 

13 Grays Harbor Indians (1937-1938)

 

13 Oregon Panthers (2002 - 2004)

 

12 Portland Raiders (2009-2011)





Most Games Played in Team History


281 Pierce County Bengals, 1988-2016 (150-131)* Active

 

268 Seattle Cavaliers, 1957-1990 (144-122-2) (under review)

 

260 Sky Valley/Snohomish County Vikings, 1994-2016 (106-152-2)* Active


237 Oregon Thunderbolts, 1989-2010 (170-67)

 

220 Multnomah Athletic Club, 1891-1939 (138-60-22)

 
157 Seattle Ramblers, 1948-1964 (108-46-3)


Most Games Played in a Season (No Forfeits)

17 Oregon Thunderbolts, 1998 (16-1)

 

17 Eastside Hawks, 2003 (14-3)



Best Won/Loss Percentage Team History (75 game minimum)

.914 Pierce County Bengals, 1973-1981 (85-7-1)

 

.827 Issaquah Firemen/Alpines, 1933-41 (62-4-9)

 

.779 Seattle Cavaliers, 1944-88 (450-122-15)

 

.741 Rogue Warriors, 1998-2009 (86-30)
 

.717 Oregon Thunderbolts, 1989-2010 (170-67)

 

 

Best Won/Loss Percentage Team History (45 game minimum)

 

.983 Auburn Panthers, 1984-1987 (57-1)

 

.867 Eastside Hawks, 2002-2004 (39-5-1)

 

.857 Seattle Stallions, 2006-2010 (42-7)



Most Points Scored Season

775 South Sound Shockers, 2007 (14-1)

 

703 Eastside Hawks, 2004 (16-0)


662 Puyallup Nation Kings, 2016 (13-1)


654 Oregon Thunderbolts, 1998 (16-1)

 

646 Portland Monarchs, 2010 (13-1)

 

643 Portland Monarchs, 2009 (13-1)

 

619 Bellingham Blitz, 2011 (12-1)

 

617 Auburn Panthers, 1986 (16-0)

 

611 Portland Monarchs, 2011 (12-1)

 

602 Eastside Hawks, 2003 (13-3)

 

 

 

 

Fewest Points Scored - Season
 

0 Eastside Chiefs, 1995 (0-2)

 

2 Fort Hall Cobras, 2002 (0-8)

 

6 Oregon Panthers, 1999 (0-9)

 

6 Eastside Chiefs, 1999 (0-2)

 

6 Glacier Knights, 2007 (0-8)

 

 

 

Most Points Allowed - Season

 

512 Fort Hall Cobras, 2002 (0-8)

 

473 Eugene Dragons, 2003 (0-8)

 

446 Olympic Peninsula Eagles, 2009 (0-8)

 

434 Eugene Dragons, 2007 (0-7)

 

433 Moses Lake Bulls, 2004 (0-10)

 

422 Columbia River Coyotes, 2007 (0-9)

 

 

 

Most Points Allowed - Season Average

 

64.0 Fort Hall Cobras, 2002 (0-8)

 

62.0 Eugene Dragons, 2007 (0-7)

 

59.1 Eugene Dragons, 2003 (0-8)

 

55.7 Olympic Peninsula Eagles, 2009 (0-8)

 

51.0 Eastside Chiefs, 1995 (0-2)

 




Most Points Averaged Per Game

51.7 South Sound Shockers, 2007 (15 games)

 

49.5 Seattle Stallions, 2010 (10 games)

 

47.6 Bellingham Blitz, 2011 (13 games)


47.3 Puyallup Nation Kings, 2016 (14 games)

 

47.0 Portland Monarchs, 2011 (13 games)

 

46.1 Portland Monarchs, 2010 (14 games)

 

45.9 Portland Monarchs, 2009 (13 games)

 

43.9 Eastside Hawks, 2004 (16 games)

43.9 Pierce County Bengals, 1979 (11 games)

43.0 Helena Titans, 2005 (10 games)

 

42.9 Bitterroot Blaze, 2007 (10 games)

 

42.8 East County Blackshirts, 2008 (12 games)



Most Scored in Game

105 South Sound Shockers, 5/19/2007 vs Lane County Dragons

99 Eastside Hawks, 7/24/2004 vs Oregon Panthers

98 Madison Lionz, 5/4/2002 vs Fort Hall Cobras

96 South Sound Shockers, 4/14/2007 vs Lane County Dragons

95 Northwest (OR) Timberwolves, 4/26/2003 vs Eugene Red Dragons

92 Puyallup Nation Kings, 7/9/2016 vs Washington Cavaliers


91 Seattle Ramblers, 1949 vs. Port Angeles

 

91 Bitterroot Blaze, 5/26/2007 vs Glacier Knights

88 Seattle Ramblers, 1957 vs. Malmstrom AFB Warriors

 

88 Idaho Matadors, 6/7/2008 vs Uintah Basin Oilers

87 Oregon Outlaws, 3/24/2007 vs Columbia River Coyotes

85 Auburn Panthers, 8/23/1986 vs Snohomish Blue Knights


85 Puyallup Nation Kings, 7/25/2015 vs Snohomish County Thunder


84 South Sound Shockers, 5/12/2007 vs Skagit Valley Lightning

 

83 Tacoma Cobras, 5/22/2010 vs Pierce County Bengals

82 Snake River Rebels, 11/6/1999 vs Blackfoot Dragons


82 Eugene Dragons, 5/1/2004 vs Siskiyou Savages

79 Snake River Rebels, 4/21/2001 vs Midvale Red Devils

 

77 Whatcom County Raiders, 6/21/2008 vs Snohomish County Thunder


77 Tri Cities Rattlers, 4/25/2004 vs Moses Lake Bulls

 

77 Seattle Stallions, 5/9/2009 vs Olympic Peninsula Eagles

76 Auburn Panthers, 8/08/1987 vs. Seattle Cavaliers

76 Puget Sound Jets, 7/29/2000 vs Oregon Panthers

 

76 Rogue Warriors, 5/31/2003 vs Eugene Red Dragons


76 Yakima Mavericks,  7/7/2012 vs Snohomish County Vikings



Most Scored in Playoff or Championship Game

82 Snake River Rebels, 11/6/1999 vs Blackfoot Dragons


76 Yakima Mavericks,  7/7/2012 vs Snohomish County Vikings


69 Wenatchee Valley Rams, 5/30/2015 vs Flathead Monsters


66 South Sound Shockers, 6/16/2007 vs Valley Mustangs

65 Eastside Hawks, 9/11/2004 vs Willamette Valley Raiders

63 Pierce County Bengals, 10/27/1979 vs Portland Thunderbirds

 

63 South Sound Shockers, 6/09/2007 vs Northwest Avalanche


63 Spokane Wolfpack, 5/30/2015 vs Palouse Thunder


62 Rogue Warriors, 6/14/2003 vs Columbia River Coyotes


62 Puyallup Nation Kings, 8/1/2015 vs Thurston County Mayhem




Best Overtime Records

3-0 Multnomah County Buccaneers ('01, '02, '04)
 

 

Worst Overtime Won/Loss Percentage History (min 3)

.000 Skagit Valley Raiders 2-1979, 80, 85 (0-4)

 



Most Overtime Periods

5 Northwest Avalanche vs. Pierce County Knights 4/22/2006

4 Siskiyou Savages vs Willamette Valley Raiders 6/2/2007

 

 

Undefeated Seasons - By Victories (no ties, no forfeits)

 

16-0 Auburn Panthers, 1986  * AMLFA National Champions

 

16-0 Puget Sound Jets, 2000

 

16-0 Eastside Hawks, 2004  * AFA National Champions

 

15-0 Auburn Panthers, 1985

 

14-0 Puget Sound Titans, 2008

 

12-0 Edmonds Warriors, 1965

 

12-0 Pierce County Bengals, 1976

 

12-0 Pierce County Bengals, 1977

 

12-0 Auburn Panthers, 1984

 

12-0 Federal Way Jets, 1993

 

12-0 Pierce County Bengals, 1979

 

11-0 Puget Sound Jets, 2002  * AFA National Champions


11-0 Portland Monarchs, 2012

 

10-0 Seattle Ramblers, 1952

 

10-0 Oregon Thunderbolts, 1990

 

10-0 Seattle Stallions, 2006

 

10-0 Oregon Outlaws, 2006

 

10-0 Seattle Stallions, 2010

 

9-0 Seattle Ramblers, 1960

 

9-0 Edmonds Warriors, 1964

 

9-0 Eastside Express, 1988

8-0 Camp Murray "Arkansas Travelers", 1941

8-0 Rogue Warriors, 1998


7-0 Issaquah Firemen, 1940

 

7-0 West Seattle Yellowjackets, 1941

 

7-0 Fort Lewis Soldiers, 1945

 

5-0 Issaquah Firemen, 1935

 

4-0 Tacoma Cobras, 2011

 

2-0 Multnomah AC Winged M's, 1894

 

 

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COACHING RECORDS

 

 

 

Most Consecutive Head Coaching Victories

 

34 - Mel McCain, 1964 - 1967 (Edmonds Warriors/Seattle Rangers)

 

29 - Ken Austin, 1999 - 2001 (Puget Sound Jets)

 

21 - Steve Harshman, 1978 - 1980 (Pierce County Bengals)


21 - Aaron Fentress, 2008 - 2009 (Portland Monarchs)

 

 

 

Most Total Head Coaching Victories

 

169 Ron Baines, Auburn Panthers/Pierce County Bengals (1981; 1987 - 2016)* Active

 

122 Ken Austin, Puget Sound Jets/Eastside Hawks (1990 - 2003)

 

102 Don Sprinkle, Seattle Ramblers (1948 - 1964)

 

93 Jeff Scott, King County Jaguars/Puget Sound Titans/South King Colts (1999 - 2008; 2011)

 

86 Wes Fischer, Sky Valley/Snohomish County Vikings (1994 - 2013)

 

75 Steve Harshman, Pierce County Bengals/Auburn Panthers (1974-75; 77-80; 84-85)




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DEDICATION TO MINOR LEAGUE FOOTBALL

 

Total Years of Service (Playing/Coaching/Management)

 

43 - Ron Baines (1972-1981; 1984-2016) *Active

 

35 - Dick Barnes (1955-1989)

 

25 - Elmo Hudgens (1957-1982)

 

24 - Randall Dreesen (1986-2004; 2006-2010)

 

23 - Greg Kinnunen (1982; 1986-1997; 1999; 2001-2004; 2006-2010)

 

23 - Steve Matychowiak (1985-1999; 2001-2003; 2005-2010)

 

 

*50 - Dick Suess (1966-2016) Non-Consecutive Years in the Northwest

 

Various teams/leagues across country and editor of semi-pro publications

 

 

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PLAYER RECORDS


Most Years Playing

35 Dick Barnes- OL/PK (1955-1989)

 

25 John Adair- PK (1977-2002)

 

23 Greg Kinnunen- OL  (1982 - 2010)

 

 

Most Teams Played For

 

8 -Greg Kinnunen (Offensive Line)

(King Co. Vikings -1982; West Seattle/Renton/Vancouver Warhawks - 1986-89; Pierce Co Bengals - 1990-95; Puget Sound Jets - 1996-97;

Snohomish Co. Vikings - 1999; Pierce Co. Bengals - 2001; Eastside Hawks - 2002; King County Jaguars - 2003;

Eastside Hawks - 2004; South Sound Shockers 2006-10)

Oldest Player

68 Dick Barnes, 1989 Seattle Cavaliers (*Top National Record)

 

52 Wayne Palmer, 2009 Portland Monarchs

 

48 Greg Kinnunen, 2010 South Sound Shockers

 

47 Ron Baines, 1994 Pierce County Bengals

 

46 Rick Nordeck, 2001 Eastside Chiefs

 

46 Bill Hoffman, 2006 Central Oregon Stampede

 

46 Tonya Reigle, 2006 Portland Shockwave (Women's League)
 

46 David Gomez, 2010 South Sound Shockers

 

46 David Price, 2011 Pierce County Bengals

44 Eric Murray, 2007 Lane County Dragons

43 Joe Warren, 1979 Seattle Cavaliers

43 Jason McGregor, 2015 South Lane Buzzards

43 Mel Carlson, 2005 Boise Xtreme (Women's League)

43 Lisa Lum, 2006 Portland Shockwave (Women's League)

42 Gary Hezel, 1980 Snohomish County Ramblers

42 Willie Daigle, 1994 Pierce County Bengals

42 Diane Dukeshire, 2006 Portland Shockwave (Women's League)


RUSHING RECORDS

 

Oldest Player to Record Rushing TD

 

52 Wayne Palmer, 2009 Portland Monarchs

 

45 Bill Hoffman, 2005 Central Oregon Stampede


Rushing Yards Season

1,673 EJ Ash, 2004 Eastside Hawks (222 carries)

 

1,520 Chase Berry, 2005 Walla Walla Stars

 

1,427 Justin Nixon, 2006 Bitterroot Blaze (198 carries)


1,425 Anthony Parmalee, 2012 Idaho Matadors

 

1,317 Tony Pierson, 2009 Portland Monarchs

1,223 Skip Delaney, 1986 Eastside Express

 

1,218 Justin Nixon, 2010 Bitterroot Blaze (145 carries)

 

1,215 Brandon Tate, 2007 Blue Mountain Stars (173 carries)

 

1,182 David Minnis, 2010 South Sound Shockers (170 carries)


Rushing Yards Game

298 Chuck Jones, Bremerton Destroyers, 11/21/1938

 

271 Justin Nixon, Bitterroot Blaze, 5/13/2006

 

259 Justin Nixon, Bitterroot Blaze, 4/22/2006

248 Chase Berry, Walla Walla Stars, 5/14/2005

 

241 EJ Ash, Eastside Hawks, 9/18/2004

 

241 EJ Ash, Renton Ravens, 8/23/2003

236 Aaron Blakely, Boise Roughriders, 5/14/2005

 

235 Justin Nixon, Bitterroot Blaze, 6/20/2009

 

233 Dandall, Multnomah AC Winged M's, 1/1/1892

 

232 Justin Nixon, Bitterroot Blaze, 5/5/2007


224 Ty Williams, Oregon Panthers, 7/27/2002

 

223 David Minnis, South Sound Shockers, 3/20/2010

 

222 George Foster, Seattle Ramblers, 1956

 

221 Nic Stearns, Whatcom County Raiders, 2008


Longest Gain (rushing)

99 Nathan Proctor, King County Jaguars 6/18/2005


98 Fernando Fentroy, Oregon Thunderbolts 7/7/2001

 

97 Don Mann, Seattle Ramblers 1961

 

96 Joe Reza, Great Falls Gladiators, 6/11/2005

 

95. Charlie Thompson, Snohomish County Ramblers 8/18/1973


Most 100 yard Games Season

9 Brandon Tate, Blue Mountain Stars, 2007

 

5 Chase Berry, Walla Walla Stars, 2005

 

5 Tony Pierson, Portland Monarchs, 2009

 

5 David Minnis, South Sound Shockers, 2010



Most 200 yard Games Season

2 Chase Berry, Walla Walla Stars, 2005

 

2 Justin Nixon, Bitterroot Blaze, 2006

 

2 David Minnis, South Sound Shockers, 2010



Average Per Carry Season (min 30 attempts)

14.0 Joshua Kerley, 2008 Rogue Warriors (40 rush 560 yds 5 TD)

 

11.7 Tim Lewis, 2008 Rogue Warriors (30 rush 350 yds 4 TD)

 

10.3 Brett Jay, 2005 Walla Walla Stars

10.1 Jimmy Dillingham, 1989 Pierce County Bengals


Average Per Carry Game

34.0 Kenny Washington, Oregon Outlaws, 3/24/07; 4 atts. 136 yards 3TD

24.8 Chuck Jones, Bremerton Destroyers 11/21/38; 12 atts 298 yds 5 TD


Attempts Game

39 Kermit Jorgensen, Seattle Rangers 12/2/1967 (*Top National Record - CFL paid player)

 

36 Anthony Pomerlee, Treasure Valley Spartans 6/13/2009

35 Barry Hastings, Skagit Valley Raiders 9/24/1984

35 Aaron Blakely, Boise Roughriders 5/21/2005

 

35 Justin Nixon, Bitterroot Blaze 4/22/2006

 

35 Justin Nixon, Bitterroot Blaze 5/6/2006

 

35 Justin Nixon, Bitterroot Blaze 5/27/2006


Touchdowns Game (rushing)

5 Chuck Jones, Bremerton Destroyers, 11/21/1938

5 Austin Shawver, Snake River Rebels, 4/6/2002


Touchdowns Season

20 John Rossi, 2013 Wenatchee Valley Rams


18 EJ Ash, 2004 Eastside Hawks

 

17 Justin Nixon, 2010 Bitterroot Blaze

 

16 Anthony Pomerlee, 2008 Idaho Matadors

 

15 Johnny Castagno, 1939 Issaquah Alpines

 

15 Justin Nixon, 2006 Bitterroot Blaze

 

14 Justin Nixon, 2007 Bitterroot Blaze

 

14 Chase Berry, 2005 Walla Walla Stars

 

14 Tony Pierson, 2009 Portland Monarchs


14 Anthony Parmalee, 2012 Idaho Matadors


13 Hollis Huggins, 2002 Helena Titans


13 Sidney Orange, 2003 Eastside Hawks


13 Terrell Smith, 2007 South Sound Shockers



PASSING RECORDS



Passing Attempts Seasons

 

425 Derek Johnson, Multnomah County Buccaneers, 2001


422 Russell Schneider, Portland Monarchs 2012


412 Russell Schneider, Portland Monarchs, 2010

 

400 Russell Schneider, Portland Monarchs, 2009

 

367 Lance Westendorf, Puget Sound Jets, 2000

 

358 Mike Haskamp, Portland Thunderbolts, 1998

 

345 Lance Westendorf, Puget Sound Jets, 2001

 

343 Russell Schneider, East County Blackshirts, 2008

 

337 Scott Biglin, Tri City Knights, 2005

 

335 Russell Schneider, Oregon Monarchs, 2008

 

333 Todd Barber, Eastern Idaho Lionz, 2007

312 John Stewart, South Sound Shockers 2007

 

311 Mark Cahill, Pierce County Bengals 1977


301 Lance Westendorf, Eastside Hawks, 2003

 

279 Troy Dougherty, Madison Lionz, 2006

275 Steve Smith, Salem Stars 1985

 

267 Dave Peterson, Skagit Valley Raiders 1986

 

244 Mike Manning, Mini-Cassia Bulldawgs 2002


244 Troy Dougherty, Madison Lionz 2004

 

244 Brandon Victor, Vancouver Vipers, 2009



Passing Attempts Game

63 Troy Dougherty, Madison Lionz, 4/29/2006

 

55 Blake Moorman, Siskiyou Savages, 5/19/2007

 

52 Craig Lukins, Columbia Basin Riverhawks, 3/27/2010


51 Russell Schneider, Portland Monarchs,  8/18/ 2012

 

50 Todd Barber, Eastern Idaho Lionz, 5/12/2007

 

50 Scott Biglin, Tri City Knights, 5/10/2008

 

49 Troy Dougherty, Madison Lionz, 4/15/2006

 

46 Jarod Briggs, Snake River Sabercats, 5/29/2009

 

45 Russell Schneider, Portland Monarchs, 5/8/2010

 

45 Russell Schneider, Portland Monarchs, 8/7/2010

44 Matt Saylors, Snake River Sabercats 5/7/2005

44 Scott Biglin, Tri City Knights 5/06/2006

 

43 Russell Schneider, Portland Monarchs 8/8/2009

 

43 Tyler Collingwood, Snake River Sabercats, 4/17/2010




Completions Season

266 Russell Schneider, 2012 Portland Monarchs


223 Mike Haskamp, 1998 Portland Thunderbolts

 

214 Russell Schneider, 2009 Portland Monarchs

 

214 Russell Schneider, 2010 Portland Monarchs

 

213 Derek Johnson, 2001 Multnomah County Buccaneers

 

203 Todd Barber, 2007 Eastern Idaho Lionz

 

198 Scott Biglin, 2005 Tri City Knights

 

195 Lance Westerndorf, 2000 Puget Sound Jets

194 John Stewart, 2007 South Sound Shockers

 

193 Russell Schneider, 2008 East County Blackshirts

 

190 Troy Dougherty, 2006 Madison Lionz

180 Lance Westendorf, 2001 Puget Sound Jets

178 Russell Schneider, 2008 Oregon Monarchs

159 Lance Westendorf, 2003 Eastside Hawks


157 Troy Dougherty, 2004 Madison Lionz

154 Brett Jay, 2007 Blue Mountain Stars

 



Completions Game

40 Blake Moorman, Siskiyou Savages, 5/19/2007

 

38 Craig Lukins, Columbia Basin Riverhawks, 3/27/2010

 

30 Troy Dougherty, Madison Lionz, 4/29/2006

 

29 Troy Dougherty, Madison Lionz, 4/15/2006


29  Russell Schneider, Portland Monarchs, 6/23/2012


29 Russell Schneider, Portland Monarchs,  8/18/ 2012


28 Troy Dougherty, Madison Lionz, 4/17/2004

 

28 Todd Barber, Eastern Idaho Lionz, 5/12/2007

 

28 Todd Barber, Eastern Idaho Lionz, 6/16/2007

27 Kevin Bickler, Willamette Valley Raiders 8/16/2003


Career Passing Yards


26,314 Russell Schneider (2008-2014)




Passing Yards Season

4,119 Russell Schneider, 2012 Portland Monarchs


3,606 Russell Schneider, 2010 Portland Monarchs

 

3,461 Russell Schneider, 2009 Portland Monarchs

 

3,346 Mike Haskamp, 1998 Portland Thunderbolts

 

3,334 Derek Johnson, 2001 Multnomah County Buccaneers

 

3, 312 Russell Schneider, 2008 Oregon Monarchs

 

3,238 Lance Westendorf, 2000 Puget Sound Jets

 

3,106 Russell Schneider, 2008 East County Blackshirts

 

3,078 Lance Westendorf, 2001 Puget Sound Jets

 

2,911 Scott Biglin, 2005 Tri City Knights

2,868 Brett Jay, 2007 Blue Mountain Stars

2,736 John Stewart, 2007 South Sound Shockers


2,709 Lance Westendorf, 2003 Eastside Hawks

 

2.598 Todd Barber, 2007 Eastern Idaho Lionz

 

2,499 James Phillips, 2008 Yakima Mavericks

 

2,402 Troy Dougherty, 2006 Madison Lionz

2,322 Mike Manning, 2002 Mini-Cassia Bulldawgs

 

2,117 Mark Cahill, 1977 Pierce County Bengals


Passing Yards Game

567 Scott Biglin, Tri City Knights, 4/30/2005


538 Russ Schneider, Portland Boltz, 6/15/2013

 

496 James Phillips, Yakima Mavericks, 4/19/2008

 

483 Derek Johnson, Multnomah County Buccaneers, 2001

 

479 Craig Lukins, Columbia Basin Riverhawks, 3/27/2010

 

448 Troy Dougherty, Madison Lionz, 5/20/2006

443 Lance Westendorf, Puget Sound Jets 6/23/2001

435 Mike Manning, Magic Valley Bulldawgs, 5/7/2005

 

431 Russell Schneider, Portland Monarchs, 5/8/2010


Longest Completion

99 James Clumpf to Alex Green, Idaho Matadors 5/6/2006

 

99 Cody Jackson to Justin Gillish, Arco Anarchy 4/24/2010

 

97 Bill Donckers to Ira Hammon, Pierce County Bengals 10/20/1973

 

96 Leo Dickerson to Akeem McCallister, King County Jaguars 8/11/2001

 

96 Mike Jenson to Sean Powell, Idaho Falls Mustangs 9/13/1997

 

96 Matt Sligar to Jed Gossman, Wenatchee Valley Rams 6/20/2009

 

95 John Peterman to Harry Washington, West Seattle Warhawks 8/27/1983

95 Ken Ponder to Jameson Gstohl, South Sound Shockers 4/30/2005

95 John Stewart to Vince Burruss, South Sound Shockers 4/15/2006


Career Passing Touchdowns


371 Russell Schneider (2008-2014)



Touchdowns Season

59 Russell Schneider, 2012 Portland Monarchs


50 Russell Schneider, 2010 Portland Monarchs

 

49 Russell Schneider, 2009 Portland Monarchs

 

44 Russell Schneider, 2008 Oregon Monarchs

 

42 Mike Haskamp, 1998 Portland Thunderbolts

 

41 Derek Johnson, 2001 Multnomah County Buccaneers

 

40 Russell Schneider, 2008 East County Blackshirts

 

38 Lance Westendorf, 2001 Puget Sound Jets

 

36 Lance Westendorf, 2000 Puget Sound Jets

 

35 Scott Biglin, 2008 Tri City Knights

 

35 Brett Jay, 2007 Blue Mountain Stars

34 John Stewart, 2007 South Sound Shockers

31 Scott Biglin, 2005 Tri City Knights



Total Touchdowns by QB in Season

59  Russell Schneider, 2012 Portland Monarchs (59 pass)


52 Russell Schneider, 2010 Portland Monarchs (50 pass, 2 rush)

 

51 Russell Schneider, 2009 Portland Monarchs (49 pass, 2 rush)

 

46 Russell Schneider, 2008 Oregon Monarchs (44 pass, 2 rush)

 

40 Russell Schneider, 2008 East County Blackshirts (40 pass)

 

40 John Stewart, 2007 South Sound Shockers (34 pass, 6 rush)


Touchdowns Game

9 Dave Peterson, Skagit Valley Raiders 9/27/1986 (21/39/429)

9 Lance Westendorf, Puget Sound Jets 6/23/2001 (22/ /443)

8 Lance Westendorf, Pierce County Bengals 9/6/1998 (21/23/318)


8 Russ Schneider, Portland Boltz, 6/15/2013


8 Russ Schneider, Portland Raiders, 4/19/2014

 

7 Troy Dougherty, Madison Lionz, 5/20/2006 ( / /448)

 

7 Russell Schneider, Portland Monarchs, 5/15/2010 (17/28/359)


Completion % Season

 

65.5 Brett Jay, 2007 Blue Mountain Stars (154/235/2868 yds)


63.0 Russell Schneider, 2012 Portland Monarchs (266/422/4119 yds)


62.0 Mike Haskamp, 1998 Oregon Thunderbolts (223/358/3346 yds)


Completion % Game

.913 Lance Westendorf, 1998 Pierce County Bengals (21/23/318)


RECEIVING RECORDS




Receptions Season


86 Steve Stockton, 2011 Okanogan County Commandos

 

73 Kyle English, 2008 Oregon Monarchs

 

66 Bobby Poeltl, 2007 South Sound Shockers

 

65 Freeman Baysinger, 2000 Bellingham Eagles

 

65 Josh Branch, 2001 Multnomah County Buccaneers

 

64 Rich Naccarato, 2002 Spokane Nightmare

 

64 Kyle English, 2008 East County Blackshirts


63 Nick Bodeman, 2012 Portland Monarchs


62 Buck Mouser, 2004 Madison Lionz

 

60 Nate Brown, 2007 Eastern Idaho Lionz

 

58 Rhome Nixon, 1969 Portland Loggers * (CFL pro paid player)

 

58 Nick Bodeman, 2009 Portland Monarchs

 

56 Joe Peyton, 1967 Seattle Rangers * (CFL pro paid player)


55 Ervin Sims, 2012 Portland Monarchs


54 Sean Powell, 1998 Idaho Falls Mustangs

 

54 Ryan Wright, 2008 Yakima Mavericks


53 Brock Gunter, 2003 Pocatello Silverbacks

 

53 Greg Frisbee, 2008 Palouse Thunder

51 Vic Wallace, 1985 Spokane Fury

50 Emerson Fergueson, 2005 Columbia Basin Bulls

 

49 Milton Myers, 1999 Snohomish County Vikings

 

49 Antonio Chandler, 2003 Willamette Valley Raiders


Receptions Game

17 Joey Stein, Siskiyou Savages, 5/19/2007 (270 yds TD)

14 Joe Peyton, Seattle Rangers 11/5/1967 (112 yds TD) * ( CFL pro paid player)

13 Cody Bates, Snake River Sabercats, 5/7/2005


13 Brock Gunter, Pocatello Predators, 6/10/2005

 

13 Nate Brown, Madison Lionz, 4/29/2006


Receiving Yards Season

1,528 Kyle English, 2008 Oregon Monarchs


1,133 Nick Bodeman, 2012 Portland Monarchs

 

1,309 Steve Stockton, 2011 Okanogan County Commandos

 

1,276 Josh Branch, 2001 Multnomah County Buccaneers

 

1,205 Rich Naccarato, 2002 Spokane Nightmare

 

1,173 Freeman Baysinger, 2000 Bellingham Eagles

 

1,167 Kyle English, 2008 East County Blackshirts

 

1,124 Bobby Poeltl, 2007 South Sound Shockers

1,082 Jed Gossman, 2006 Wenatchee Valley Rams

1,056 Buck Mouser, 2004 Madison Lionz

 

1,048 Nick Bodeman, 2009 Portland Monarchs

 

1,006 Greg Frisbee, 2008 Palouse Thunder

 

983 Antonio Chandler, 2004 Eastside Hawks

 

952 Roman O'Donnell, 2007 Blue Mountain Stars


949 Ervin Sims, 2012 Portland Monarchs


948 Chad Sorenson, 2003 Willamette Valley Raiders

 

946 Milton Meyers, 1999 Snohomish County Vikings

 

940 Rhome Nixon, 1969 Portland Loggers * (CFL pro paid player)

 

939 Vic Wallace, 1985 Spokane Fury

 

938 Harry Washington, 1986 Auburn Panthers

931 Brock Gunter, 2003 Pocatello Silverbacks

 

896 Kenny Roberts, 2008 Oregon Monarchs

 

890 Antonio Chandler, 2003 Willamette Valley Raiders

 

875 Kenny Roberts, 2010 Portland Monarchs

 

840 Jesh Morgan, 2010 Bellingham Bulldogs

 

824 Mike McGee, 2007 Blue Mountain Stars

 

818 Ryan Wright, 2008 Yakima Mavericks

803 Marshall Smith, 2005 Tri City Knights


Receiving Yards Game

290 C.J. Cheatwood, Tri Cities Rattlers, 5/8/2004

 

270 Joey Stein, Siskiyou Savages, 5/19/2007

 

250 Deshain Beasley, Tri City Knights, 2006

 

243 Kyle English, East County Blackshirts, 8/16/2008

 

240 Harry Washington, West Seattle Warhawks, 10/8/1983

 

231 Jim Hollingsworth, Lake Oswego Thunderbirds, 9/26/1966

230 Dave Garza, Helena Titans, 4/24/2004

 
230 Buck Mouser, Madison Lionz, 4/242004


229 Clarence Cook, Great Falls Gladiators, 5/8/2004

228 Josh Branch, Multnomah County Buccaneers 7/21/2001



Most 200 Yard Receiving Games Season

2 Bobby Poeltl, South Sound Shockers, 2007


Longest Reception
 

99 Alex Green, Idaho Matadors 5/6/2006

 

99 Justin Gillish, Arco Anarchy 4/24/2010

 

97 Ira Hammon, Pierce County Bengals 10/20/1973

 

96 Akeem McCallister King County Jaguars 8/11/2001

 

96 Sean Powell, Idaho Falls Mustangs 9/13/1997

 

96 Jed Gossman, Wenatchee Valley Rams 6/20/2009

 

95 Harry Washington, West Seattle Warhawks 8/27/1983

95 Jameson Gstohl, South Sound Shockers 4/30/2005

95 Vince Burruss, South Sound Shockers 4/15/2006




Average Yards per Reception Season (minimum 9)

31.3 Vince Burruss, 2006 South Sound Shockers (15 rec 469 yds 8 TD)

30.2 Ron Fila, 2006 Wenatchee Valley Rams (15 rec 453 yds 8 TD)

 

29.6 Roman O'Donnell, 2007 Blue Mountain Stars

29.5 George Robins, 1989 Portland Thunderbolts (13 rec 384 yds 4 TD)

29.1 Eugene Burgess, 2007 Spokane Sabercats (10 rec 291 yds 1 TD)

29.0 Cyril Johnson, 1997 Pierce County Bengals (10 rec 290 yds 3 TD)

28.8 Roman O'Donnell, 2007 Blue Mountain Stars (22 rec 952 yds 12 TD)

28.3 Brian Sullivan, 1989 Portland Thunderbolts (14 rec 397 yds 2 TD)

27.8 Jon Daniels, 2005 Spokane SaberCats

 

27.5 Titan Mann, 2009 Rogue Warriors (26 rec, 714 yds 10 TD)

26.3 Milton Meyers, 1997 Snohomish County Vikings (9 rec 237 yds 1 TD)

 

25.9 Antonio Chandler, 2004 Eastside Hawks (38 rec 983 yds 16 TD)



Average Yards per Reception Season (less than 9)

62.5 Deshain Beasley, 2006 Tri City Knights (4 rec 250 yds 4 TD)

33.5 Bernard Blosser, 2007 Lakewood Wolves (4 rec 134 yds 2 TD)


Average Yards per Reception Game (minimum 2)

50.5 Vince Burruss, South Sound Shockers 3/18/2006 (2 rec 101 yds 1 TD)

49.0 Alan Magaway, Auburn Panthers 9/29/1984 (fewer than 4 receptions)

 

38.5 Jim Hollingsworth, Lake Oswego Thunderbirds 9/26/1966 (6 rec 231 2 TD)

 

36.2 Bernard Blosser, Tacoma Cobras 4/30/2011 (5 rec 181 3 TD)


Touchdowns Season Receiving

24 Kyle English, 2008 Oregon Monarchs


22 Nick Bodeman, 2012 Portland Monarchs

 

19 Harry Washington, 1986 Auburn Panthers


18 Ervin Sims, 2012 Portland Monarchs

 

17 Antonio Chandler, 1997 Vancouver Posse

 

17 Nick Bodeman, 2009 Portland Monarchs

 

16 Freeman Baysinger, 2000 Bellingham Eagles

 

16 Josh Branch, 2001 Multnomah County Buccaneers

 

16 Antonio Chandler, 2004 Eastside Hawks

 

16 Kyle English, 2008 East County Blackshirts

 

15 Harry Washington, 1987 Auburn Panthers

 

15 Milton Meyers, 1999 Snohomish County Vikings

 

15 Rich Naccarato, 2002 Spokane Nightmare

 

15 Bobby Poeltl, 2007 South Sound Shockers

 

14 Ron Baines, 1976 Pierce County Bengals

 

14 Steve Stockton, 2011 Okanogan County Commandos

 

13 Ira Hammon, 1973 Pierce County Bengals

 

13 Mario Menconi, 1975 Pierce County Bengals

13 Tanner Goforth, 2008 Blue Mountain Stars

13 J.J. Johnson, 2009 Portland Monarchs

13 Jesh Morgan, 2009 Bellingham Bulldogs


12 Mark Moran, 1986 Skagit Valley Raiders

 

12 Chance Leeds, 2001 Boise Roughriders

 

12 Dave Garza, 2004 Helena Titans

12 Roman O'Donnell, 2007 Blue Mountain Stars

12 Mike McGee, 2007 Blue Mountain Stars

 

12 Brandon Reed, 2007 Idaho Falls Mustangs

 

12 Jesh Morgan, 2010 Bellingham Bulldogs


11 Shaun Duong, 2005 Walla Walla Stars

11 Jed Gossman, 2006 Wenatchee Valley Rams

 

11 Kenny Roberts, 2008 Oregon Monarchs

 

11 J.J. Johnson, 2010 Portland Monarchs




Touchdowns Game Receiving

6 Toby Seim, Whatcom County Raiders 5/17/2008

 

4 Randy Cameron, Spokane Golden Hawks 9/22/1979

 

4 Kendall McFarland, Eastside Chiefs 8/2/1997

4 Buck Mouser, Madison Lionz, 5/10/2003

 
4 Dave Garza, Helena Titans, 4/24/2004

 

4 C.J. Cheatwood, Tri Cities Rattlers, 5/9/2004

4 Joey Stein, Siskiyou Savages, 5/5/2007

 

4 Kyle English, Oregon Monarchs, 4/19/2008


 

Total Touchdowns Season

24 Kyle English, 2008 Oregon Monarchs (24 rec)

 

22 Bobby Poeltl, 2007 South Sound Shockers (15 rec 7 ret)


22 Nick Bodeman, 2012 Portland Monarchs (22 rec)



Total Touchdowns Game (minimum two rushing)

8 John Stewart, South Sound Shockers 4/14/2007 (2 rushing 6 passing)

 

5 Allen Martin, Spokane Fury 8/3/1985 (2 rushing 3 passing)

 

5 John Stewart, South Sound Shockers 4/1/2006 (4 rushing 1 passing)

5 Chuck Jones, Bremerton Destroyers, 11/21/1938 (5 rushing)

5 Austin Shawver, Snake River Rebels, 4/6/2002 (5 rushing)

 

5 Ryan Wright, Yakima Mavericks, 6/18/2011 (2 rushing 3 passing)

 

 

Total Points Scored in a Season
 

 

144 Kyle English, 2008 Oregon Monarchs

 

132 Bobby Poeltl, 2007 South Sound Shockers


132 Nick Bodeman, 2012 Portland Monarchs

 

126 Harry Washington, 1986 Auburn Panthers

116 Tim Richards, 1986 Skagit Valley Raiders

 

115 Pat Hutnik, 2007 South Sound Shockers

 

 

Total Points Scored in a Game
 

 

32 George Foster, 1956 Seattle Ramblers (4 rush TD, 8 PAT)




PLACE KICKING RECORDS


Points Kicking Career


1602 John Adair (1977-2004)


855 Larry Stovall-Moody (1997-2013) FG:139/229 PAT: 438/504



Points Kicking Season

115 Pat Hutnik, 2007 South Sound Shockers

 

92 Craig Hawley, 2003 Eastside Hawks

 

88 John Adair, 1984 Bellevue Express

 

87 Sean O'Laughlin, 2000 Puget Sound Jets

 

86 Jose Moreno, 2010 Portland Monarchs

 

82 Bryan Hilborn, 2005 Helena Titans

 

77 Tom Roach, 1969 Spokane Shockers * (CFL pro paid player)

 

76 Mark Conrad, 1977 Pierce County Bengals

 

73 Russell Schneider, 2009 Portland Monarchs

 

65 Pat Hutnik, 2008 South Sound Shockers



Total Points Kicking Game

15 Pat Hutnik, 2007 South Sound Shockers 5/19/07 (15 PAT)

 

14 Pat Hutnik, 2007 South Sound Shockers 4/14/07 (11 PAT, 1 FG)

 

13 Pat O'Grady, Auburn Panthers 7/26/1986 (3 FG, 4 PAT)

 

13 Jose Moreno, Eastside Hawks 7/24/2004 (13 PAT)




Extra Points Season

97 Pat Hutnik, 2007 South Sound Shockers

 

71 Craig Hawley, 2003 Eastside Hawks

 

71 Jose Moreno, 2010 Portland Monarchs

 

67 Russell Schneider, 2009 Portland Monarchs

 

52 Mike Maiuri, 1979 Pierce County Bengals

 

51 Sean O'Laughlin, 2000 Puget Sound Jets

 

46 Eric Peterson, 2007 Bitterroot Blaze

 

43 John Adair, 1984 Bellevue Express

 

43 Larry Stovall-Moody, 2004 West Sound Saints

40 Bryan Hilborn, 2005 Helena Titans

 

39 Larry Stovall-Moody, 2005 West Sound Saints


37 Mark Conrad, 1976 Pierce County Bengals

 

35 Mark Conrad, 1977 Pierce County Bengals

 

35 Jose Moreno, 1999 Snohomish County Vikings

 

35 Pat Hutnik, 2008 South Sound Shockers


Extra Points Game

15 Pat Hutnik, South Sound Shockers, 5/19/2007 (15-15)

13 Jose Moreno, Eastside Hawks, 7/24/2004 (13-13)

12 Pat Hutnik, South Sound Shockers, 5/12/2007 (12-12)

11 Pat Hutnik, South Sound Shockers, 4/14/2007 (11-12)

10 Nathan Turner, South Sound Shockers 5/20/2006 (10-10)

 

9 Sean O'Laughlin, Puget Sound Jets 6/23/2001 (9-9)


9 Larry Stovall-Moody, Renton Ravens, 7/11/2009 (9-10)

 

9 Jose Moreno, Portland Monarchs 5/15/2010 (9-9)

 

8 George Foster, Seattle Ramblers, 1956 (8-10)


8 Larry Stovall-Moody, West Sound Saints, 6/26/2004 (8-8)


8 Larry Stovall-Moody, West Sound Saints, 8/24/2004 (8-8)


8 Larry Stovall-Moody, Snohomish County Vikings,  8/19/2006  (8-8)




2-Point Conversions Season

7 Tim Richards, 1986 Skagit Valley Raiders


2-Point Conversions Game

2 Lyle Tucker, Spokane Valley Olympics 11/6/1960 (2 -rushing)




Field Goals Season

17 Tom Roach, 1969 Spokane Shockers * (CFL professionally paid player)

 

15 John Adair, 1984 Bellevue Express

 

14 Tom Roach, 1968 Spokane Shockers * (CFL professionally paid player)

 

14 Bryan Hilborn, 2005 Helena Titans

 

13 Mark Conrad, 1977 Pierce County Bengals

 

10 Tom Roach, 1967 Eugene Bombers * (CFL professionally paid player)

 

10 Mark Conrad, 1979 Pierce County Bengals

 

10 Pat Hutnik, 2008 South Sound Shockers


Field Goals Game

4 Tom Roach, Spokane Shockers, 9/23/1967 * (CFL professionally paid player)

 

4 Tom Roach, Spokane Shockers, 10/14/1969 * (CFL professionally paid player)

 

4 Paul Schwabe, Auburn Panthers, 8/10/1985

 

4 Jim Marshall, Madison Lionz, 4/5/2003

 

4 Chris Potts, Washington Cavaliers, 8/20/2005

 

4 Pat Hutnik, South Sound Shockers,  4/19/2008


Field Goals Longest

62 Joe Smith, Yakima Mavericks 4/23/2010

 

60 Joe Smith, Yakima Mavericks 4/25/2009

 

59 Rik Pearson, Spokane Fury 8/3/1985
 

57 Keith Bassham, Clark County Grizzlies 9/1/1984

 

57 Dave Broussard, Eastside Express 7/27/1985

 

57 Mike Astley, Everett Tramps 1993

 

57 Eric Harbison, Boise Speed 6/16/2007


56 Larry Stovall-Moody, West Sound Saints 7/24/2004

 

55 Jason McGregor, Southern Oregon Renegades 7/31/2010

 

*52 Skilling, USS New Mexico Mustangs 10/10/1926

 

*Drop Kick by Quarterback



50+ Yard FG in a Single Game


Jason McGregor, South Lane Buzzards 6/6/2015 (52, 52)


DEFENSIVE RECORDS



Safeties in a Game

2 David Dorsey, South Sound Shockers 5/20/2006


Interceptions Season

17 Drew Jenkins, 2011 Seattle Stallions

15 Aaron Bayer, 1999 Douglas County Outlaws

13 Chris Reynolds, 1996 Renton Chiefs

13 Jay Zimmerman, 2009 Bellingham Bulldogs

13 Drew Jenkins, 2011 Kitsap Bears

13 Miguel Pierre, 2011 Bellingham Bulldogs


12 Sean Sutherland, 1986 Skagit Valley Raiders

 

12 Jered Roberts, 2009 Portland Monarchs

 

11 Micah Tanaka, 2007 South Sound Shockers

 

10 Steve Levensellar, 1979 Pierce County Bengals

 

10 John Tresch, 1985 Auburn Panthers

 

10 Pete Shirley, 1990 Federal Way Jets

 

10 Ryan Laskey, 2010 Seattle Stallions

 

10 Jonny Jones, 2010 Umpqua Valley Knights

 

10 Jay Zimmerman, 2010 Bellingham Bulldogs


10, Nick Russell, 2008 Idaho Matadors

 

9 Doug Jansen, 1973 Pierce County Bengals
 

9 John Tresch, 1985 Auburn Panthers

 

9 Keith Fuchs, 2003 Umpqua Valley Knights

 

9 Shawn Cardoza 2004 Umpqua Valley Knights

 

9 Matt Haugen, 2005 Walla Walla Stars

9 Dustin Clark, 2005 State Line Miners

9 Harold Regan, 2005 Salt Lake Nemesis


9 Yharmaan Williams, 2005 Idaho Matadors

 

9 Dane Knickrehm, 2006 Boise Roughriders

 

9 Eric Goodman, 2007 South Sound Shockers

 

9 Tasi Toeaina, 2008 Oregon Monarchs

 

9 Tasi Toeaina, 2008 East County Blackshirts


9 Miguel Pierre, 2012 Bellingham Bulldogs



Interceptions Game

5 Rob Walton, Klamath County Crusaders, 6/10/2000

 

4 Thomas Pinder, Snohomish County Blue Knights, 8/11/1990


4 Sean Sutherland, Skagit Valley Raiders, 8/9/1996

 

4 Aaron Bayer, Douglas County Outlaws, 6/19/1999

 

4 Travis Goodwin, Snake River Rebels, 8/28/1999

 

4 Toby Redman, Boise Roughriders, 5/19/2001


4 Milton Meyers, Puget Sound Jets, 7/14/2001


4 Josh Roth, Idaho Falls Mustangs, 6/26/2004


4 Yharmaan Williams, Idaho Matadors, 5/7/2005

 
4 Jeff Wissler, Wasatch Wildcats, 5/21/2005

 

4 Keith Fuchs, Umpqua Valley Knights 5/13/2006

 

4 John Devolve, Yakima Mavericks 3/22/2008

 

4 Jonny Jones, Umpqua Valley Knights 5/1/2010

 

4 Mylan Burgess, South Sound Shockers 5/22/2010

 

4 Drew Jenkins, Kitsap Bears 4/9/2011

 

4 Ammar Othman, Tacoma Cobras 4/30/2011


Longest INT return

105 Eric McGowan, Great Falls Gladiators 4/25/2009

 

104 Pedro Joyner, High Desert Lightning 2/27/2010

 

103 Steven Kendall, Tacoma Invaders 5/5/2008

 

103 James Lourden, Whatcom County Raiders 6/07/2008

 

103 Troy Sutton, Pocatello Predators 5/30/2009

 

102 Kelly Young, Seattle Cavaliers 8/31/1981

 

102 Drew Jenkins, Kitsap County Bears 9/18/2010





Longest INT return (no TD)

97 Chris Stokes, Snohomish County Vikings vs Puget Sound Titans 6/12/08

 

90 Paul Adams, Seattle Ramblers vs. Fort Lewis Panthers 1958



TD Return in Season (Defense)

5 Micah Tanaka, South Sound Shockers, 2007 (4 INT, 1 Fumble)


TD Return in a Game

2 Tom Ketchum, Cowlitz County Cavaliers 8/5/1985



   Fumble Recoveries Season

5 Tom Kinney, 1985 Spokane Fury

5 Jackie Triplett, 2007 South Sound Shockers

4 Michael Hazenburg, 2005 Tri City Knights

4 Karl Puckett, 2005 Walla Walla Stars

4 Eric Goodman, 2006 South Sound Shockers




Fumble Recoveries Game

2 Cleo Stotler, Renton Rams, 10/29/1939 (1 TD)

 

2 Fred McKinney, West Seattle Warhawks, 10/9/1982 (both for TD's)

 

2 Mark Meadows, South Sound Shockers, 5/12/2007 (1 TD)

 

2 Billy Turner, Wenatchee Valley Rams, 6/2/2007

2 Jackie Triplett, South Sound Shockers, 6/16/2007 (1 TD)



Longest Fumble Return for TD

94 Nate Pirak, 2004 Snohomish County Vikings

 

79 Kolt Thompson, 2006 Wenatchee Valley Rams


Sacks Career


181.5 Jackie Triplett 2004-2014



Sacks Season

28 Neil Clasen, 1998 Portland Thunderbolts


25 Jackie Triplett, 2005 West Sound Saints

 

23.5 Chance Savage, 2008 Seattle Stallions

 

23 Jackie Triplett, 2007 South Sound Shockers

 

23 Chase Cantrell, 2008 British Columbia Spartans



Sacks Game

8 Mitch Johnson, Valley Mustangs, 3/3/2007

7 Mike Jensen, Idaho Falls Mustangs, 10/17/1997

 

6 Jim Wilkerson, Skagit Valley Raiders, 9/14/1985


6 Curt Haldeman, Boise Roughriders, 5/31/2003

 

6 Jamie Taylor, Renton Ravens, 6/19/2004

 

6 Chance Savage, Bellingham Bulldogs, 3/29/2008

 

6 Jackie Triplett, Seattle Stallions, 6/5/2010
 

5 Jeb Harrison, Snake River Rebels, 5/26/2002

 

5 Chris Cook, Washington Cavaliers, 6/12/2004

 

5 Lehman Jones, Pierce County Bengals, 8/21/2004

 

5 Jackie Triplett, South Sound Shockers 4/28/2007
 

5 Chance Savage, Seattle Stallions, 7/12/2008

 

5 Daniel Jenkins, Renton Ravens, 5/2/2009

 

4.5 Chris Cook, Washington Cavaliers, 8/21/2004

 

4.5 Neil Clausen, Oregon Thunderbolts, 9/19/1998

4.5 Tony Puz, South Sound Shockers 5/13/2006



PUNTING RECORDS



Punts Season

81 Leonard Frketich, Eugene Bombers 1967 * (CFL pro paid player)

 

66 Richard Zampese, Victoria Steelers 1967 * (CFL pro paid player)

 

48 Chris Peterson, Wenatchee Valley Rams 2007


Punts Game


15  Larry Stovall-Moody, Snohomish Vikings vs Vancouver Posse 7/26/1997


11 Leonard Frketich, Eugene Bombers vs Orange County, 11/5/1967 * (CFL pro paid player)

 

10 Jef Wood, Oregon Monarchs vs High Desert Lightning 2007


Longest Punt

98 John Whitney, Seattle Ramblers 10/28/1962

 

91 Ellie Croston, Issaquah Alpines, 9/24/1939

 

91 Joe Smith, Yakima Mavericks, 4/25/2009

 

90 Lloyd Perkins, Fort Lewis Brown Bombers, 10/15/1942


Punt Average Season

49.1 Justin Miller, Seattle Stallions 2008 (26 for 1,276 yds)

 

46.1 Joe Smith, Yakima Mavericks 2007 (17 for 783 yds)

 

45.8 Kevin Bickler, Willamette Valley Raiders, 2003


Punt Average Game

71.6 Fanny Hunting, West Seattle Yellowjackets 1932 (3 punts 215 yds)

 

62.0 Dave Broussard, Seattle Cavaliers 8/5/1989 (4 punts 248 yds)

 

56.3 Justin Miller, Seattle Stallions 7/26/2008 (3 punts 169 yds)

 

56.0 Mitchell Johnson, Valley Mustangs 3/10/2007 (5 punts 280 yds)

 

55.3 Chris Setser, Multnomah County Buccaneers 6/9/2001

 

54.0 Dario Casarino, West Seattle Warhawks 8/29/1981 (6 punts 324 yds)



Punt Yards Season

3,134 Leonard Frketich, Eugene Bombers 1967 * (CFL pro paid player)

 

2,511 Richard Zampese, Victoria Steelers 1967 * (CFL pro paid player)

 

1,826 Chris Peterson, Wenatchee Valley Rams, 2007


1,783 Larry Stovall-Moody, Snohomish County Vikings, 2008




PUNT/KICK RETURN RECORDS



Punt Returns Season

41 Steve Levenseller, 1980 Pierce County Bengals (607 yds 4 TD)

 

27 Harry Washington, 1986 Auburn Panthers (398 yds 2 TD)

 

26 Bobby Poeltl, 2007 South Sound Shockers (557 yds 4 TD)


Punt Returns Game

9 Harry Washington, Auburn Panthers 9/29/1984

8 Steve Levenseller, Pierce County Bengals 8/23/1980


Yards Returned Season (Punt)

607 Steve Levensellar, 1980 Pierce County Bengals

 

557 Bobby Poeltl, 2007 South Sound Shockers

 

398 Harry Washington, 1986 Auburn Panthers


Yards Returned Game (Punt)

192 Miguel Pierre, Bellingham Bulldogs 4/20/2013 (5)


153 Terrance Ivory, Puget Sound Jets 6/29/2002

 

145 Steve Levensellar, Pierce County Bengals 8/23/1980

131 Harry Washington, Auburn Panthers 9/21/1985


Longest Punt Return for TD

99 Jeremy Dorsey, 5/28/2011 Washington Cavaliers vs Tacoma Invaders 

96 Quincey Williams, 8/18/1979 Burien Flyers vs Seattle Cavaliers

96 Maurice France, 7/18/1998 Vancouver Posse vs Snohomish Co. Vikings


95 Rayford Guice, 10/29/1983 Spokane Fury vs Skagit Valley Raiders

92 Bryan Hooper, 5/22/2001 Washington Cavaliers vs Oregon Panthers

90 Greg Henderson,  / /1983 West Seattle Warhawks

90 Manzo Hodge, 9/16/2000 Boise Cardinals vs Treasure Valley Cowboys

90 Josh Branch, 7/26/2003 Multnomah County Buccaneers vs King County Jaguars


90 Miguel Pierre, 4/20/2013 Bellingham Bulldogs vs Clark County Vipers


89 Ron Baines, 10/20/1973 Pierce County Bengals vs Whidbey Islanders

 

87 Cyril Johnson, 8/1/1998 Pierce County Bengals vs Renton Chiefs
 

86 Don Curley, 9/11/1982 King County Vikings vs Seattle Cavaliers

 

85 Fanny Hunting, 1932 West Seattle Yellowjackets vs St. Martins College

 

85 Greg Henderson, 9/3/1983 West Seattle Warhawks vs Seattle Cavaliers

85 Andre Harris, 7/15/2000 Oregon Thunderbolts vs Washington Cavaliers

84 Ron Olson, 9/23/1978 Burien Flyers vs Seattle Cavaliers


84 Jimmy McCollum, 7/26/2003 Eastside Hawks vs Washington Cavaliers


81 Harry Washington, 10/6/1984 Auburn Panthers vs Skagit Valley Raiders

 

80 Don Myers, 10/20/1951 Camp Hanford Atomeers vs WA State Penn Steelers

79 Bobby Poeltl, 6/2/2007 South Sound Shockers vs Northwest Avalanche

77 Rick Dupree, 8/4/1984 West Seattle Warhawks vs Sno-King Blue Knights

75 Rob Walton 6/10/2000 Klamath County Crusaders vs Grants Pass Marauders

73 Perry Harper, 1964 Seattle Ramblers

73 Pedro Joyner, 2/27/2010 High Desert Lightning vs Vancouver Vipers



Longest Punt Return (no TD)

80 Marco Donald, 6/4/2005 South Sound Shockers

 

77 Mike Thompson, 11/6/1966 Tacoma Tyees

 

70 Bob Dethman, 11/8/1942 Seattle Shipbuilders

 

 

Punt Return Average Game (minimum 3)

51.2 Fanny Hunting, West Seattle Yellowjackets, 1932 (4/205 yds 1 TD)


Punt Return Average Season

44.2 Jimmy McCollum, Eastside Hawks, 2003

 

38.5 Dave Bannon, Portland Thunderbolts, 1989


Punt Return TD in Season

6 Akeem Anthony, Tacoma Invaders, 2007

 

4 Steve Levensellar, Pierce County Bengals 1980

4 Bobby Poeltl, South Sound Shockers, 2007


Punt Return TD in Game

2 Bobby Poeltl, South Sound Shockers, 5/19/2007


Kickoff Returns Season

28 James Snyder, Umpqua Valley Knights 2007

 

23 M. Pierre, Snohomish Blue Knights 1986


23 Ty Williams, Columbia Cougars 2001

 

22 Freeman Baysinger Jr., Bellingham Eagles 1999


Kickoff Returns Game

7 James Snyder, Umpqua Valley Knights, 5/19/2007 (220 yards 2 TD)


Kickoff Return Yards Season

861 Ty Williams, Columbia Cougars 2001

 

849 Hugh Oldham, Eugene Bombers, 1967 * (CFL pro paid player)

 

782 James Snyder, Umpqua Valley Knights 2007


Kickoff Return Yards Game

220 James Snyder, Umpqua Valley Knights, 5/19/2007

 

217 Freddie Casteneda, Olympic Peninsula Eagles 2008


204 Ty Williams, Columbia Cougars, 6/9/2001

192 Steve Levensellar, Pierce County Bengals 8/9/1980


Longest Kickoff Return

102 Chijok Onyenegecha, Missoula Phoenix vs Bitterroot Blaze 4/4/2009

 

101 Mike James, Pierce County Bengals vs Puget Sound Kings 9/26/1981

 

101 Willie Daigle, Auburn Panthers vs Skagit Valley Raiders 10/6/1984

 

100 Dane Knickerehm, Boise Roughriders vs Helena Titans 6/12/2004

 

100 Jad Karim, Vancouver Vipers 2009

 

99 Hugh Oldham, Eugene Bombers 1967 * (CFL paid Player)

 

98 Jimmy Dillingham, Tacoma Express vs Moscow Bears (USSR) 6/29/1990


98 Ty Williams, Columbia Cougars vs Oregon Thunderbolts 6/9/2001

 

98 Atari Callen, Pocatello Predators vs Idaho Falls Mustangs 6/6/2008

 

97 Jonathan Coleman, Yakima Mavericks vs Moses Lake Bulls 5/28/2005

 

96 Jay Graybeal, West Seattle Yellowjackets 11/23/1941

95 Don Mann, Seattle Ramblers vs. Washington State Penn Steelers, 1960

 

94 Hugh Oldham, Eugene Bombers vs. Sacramento Buccaneers 8/26/1967 * (CFL paid player)

94 James Snyder, Umpqua Valley Knights vs Siskiyou Savages, 5/19/2007



Longest Kickoff Return (No TD)

84 Ron Rader, Spokane Golden Hawks vs Burien Flyers (8/25/1979)

 

84 David Minnis, South Sound Shockers vs Columbia Basin Riverhawks (5/22/2010)

 

83 Gene Fitzgerald, Seattle Ramblers vs Vancouver Cubs 1955

 

 

Kickoff Return Average Season

44.3 David Minnis, 2010 South Sound Shockers (3 ret 133 yds TD)

 

44.2 Kenyatte Morgan, 1998 Oregon Thunderbolts (8 ret 354 yds)

 

42.8 David Minnis, 2009 South Sound Shockers (4 ret 171 yds TD)

 

41.7 Kristopher Butler, 2010 Klamath Crusaders (10 ret 417 yds 2 TD)

 

40.5 Rory Lee, 2008 South Sound Shockers (6 ret 243 yds TD)

 

39.1 Bobby Poeltl, 2007 South Sound Shockers (13 ret 508 yds 3 TD)

38.5 Dave Bannon, 1989 Portland Thunderbolts (11 ret 424 yds 2 TD)




Kickoff Return Average Game

64.0 Steve Levensellar, Pierce County Bengals 8/9/1980 (3 ret 192 yds)




Kick Return TD Season

4 Akeem Anthony, 2007 Tacoma Invaders

 

3 Bobby Poeltl, 2007 South Sound Shockers

3 James Snyder, 2007 Umpqua Valley Knights


Kick Return TD Game

2 James Snyder, Umpqua Valley Knights vs Siskiyou Savages 5/19/2007





Longest Return of Missed Field Goal

109 Terrel Walker, Eastside Hawks 6/8/2002

 

109 Ryan Quinn, Yakima Scorpions 6/5/2004


109 Drew Jenkins, Seattle Stallions 8/4/2012

 

106 Tory Tolefree, Valley Mustangs, 3/3/2007

 

 

Longest Return of Blocked Field Goal

 

88 Bob Womack, Spokane Shockers 10/4/1969 * (CFL pro paid player)

 

85 Morrie Kohler, Seattle Bombers 11/23/1944 * (APFL pro paid player)




Combined Returns Season

62 Steve Levensellar, 1980 Pierce County Bengals (41PR 15KR 6INT)




Combined Return Yards Season

1,240 Steve Levensellar, 1980 Pierce County Bengals (509 KR, 607 PR, 124 INT) *National Record

1,134 Bobby Poeltl, 2007 South Sound Shockers (508 KR, 557 PR, 69 INT)


Combined Return Yards Game

220 James Snyder, Umpqua Valley Knights vs Siskiyou Savages 5/19/2007

 

185 Menzo Hodge, Boise Cardinals vs Treasure Valley Cowboys 9/16/2000

 

180 Rayford Guice, Spokane Fury vs Skagit Valley Raiders 10/29/1983




Combined Return TD Season

10 Akeem Anthony, 2007 Tacoma Invaders (6 PR 4 KR)

 

7 Steve Levensellar, 1980 Pierce County Bengals (4pr 2 kr 1 int)

 

7 Bobby Poeltl, 2007 South Sound Shockers (4 pr 3 kr)


Blocked Kicks Season

9 Neil Clasen, 1999 Oregon Thunderbolts (4 punt, 2 FG, 3 PAT)
 

5 Trent Hockett, 1984 Auburn Panthers

 

5 Jackie Triplett 2007 South Sound Shockers (5 punts)

 

 

Blocked Kicks Game


3 Cub Pardue, West Seattle Yellowjackets, 11/4/1923 (3 Punts blocked, 1 TD return)

 

3 Bob Womack, Spokane Shockers, 9/1969 * (CFL pro paid player)




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2016

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2015

Seattle Stallions (GNFA/PFL)

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2014

Portland Raiders (GNFA/PFL)

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2013

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2012

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2011

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2010

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2009

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Wasatch Revolution (RMFL AAA)

Logan Stampede (RMFL AA)

 

2008

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Eastern Idaho Lionz (RMFL AA)

 

2007

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2006

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2005

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2004

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2003

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2002

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2001

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2000

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1999

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1998

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1997

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1996

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1995

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1994

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1993

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1992

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1991

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1990

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1989

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1988

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1987

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1986

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1985

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1984

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1983

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1982

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1981

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1980

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1979

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1978

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1977

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1976

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1975

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1974

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1973

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1972

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1971

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1970

1969

1968

1967

1966

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1965

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1964

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1963

1962

1961

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1960

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1959

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1958

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1957

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1956

1955

1954

1953

1952

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1951

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1950

1949

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1948

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1947

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1946

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1945

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1944

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1943

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1942

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1941

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1940

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1939

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1938

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1937

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1936

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1935

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1934

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1933

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1932

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1928

1927

1926

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1925

1924

1923

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1911

1910

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1898

1897

1896

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1895

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1894

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1893

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1892

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1891

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