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High school QB throws for 686 yards and 10 TDs


Well, that’s exactly what Jake Browning did in his varsity debut. The 6-2, 170-pound sophomore completed 34 of 51 passes for 686 yards and led Folsom (Calif.) to a 68-28 win against Woodcreek.

His 10 TDs tied a high school record, but his 686 passing yards are only good enough for second in the record books, according to MaxPreps. David Koran of Pacific Palisades (Calif.) threw for 764 yards in 2000.

Needless to say, Browning’s receivers had a field day. Phillip Carter caught 10 passes for 317 yards, including five touchdowns. Lucas Owan finished with 13 grabs for 236 yards and Troy Knox added three touchdown catches.

“We came out just trying to play our game — start fast and keep up the pace,” Phillip Carter told the Folsom Telegraph. “I just took advantage of every opportunity I could. Jake lived up to our expectations, and more.”

Browning entered the season in a quarterback battle for the starting position. Yeah, this coach’s decision just became a lot easier.

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