Dixon On Pace to Break West Sound Mark

So, I was looking up some stats to write a little story on the All-State teams, when it occurred to me: Larry Dixon could threaten Ryan Cole’s West Sound career rushing mark.

Cole, for those who don’t remember, rushed for 4,654 yards and 71 touchdowns, at South Kitsap from 1999-2001. He holds the West Sound single-season mark with 2,357 yards his senior year. Cole went to Oregon State before transferring to Eastern Washington.

Through two seasons, Dixon has rushed for 3,474 and 28 TDs. That means he needs 1,180 yards next year to break Cole’s mark.

3 thoughts on “Dixon On Pace to Break West Sound Mark

  1. That averages out to 131 yards a game. He could probably get the record in week eight, maybe week seven with a couple of 200 yard games.

  2. You know he will!

    Ryan Cole was a class act who should have had a better career at OSU. Larry Dixon is also a class act and an even better back.

    Roger Cooper of South Kitsap was the best running back I ever saw in the WestSound. I know he played LB at Montana State but WOW was he fun to watch run the ball. I get the same vibes when watching LD.

    I hope he has a special senior season.

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