Rypien breaks state passing record again

Shadle Park junior Brett Rypien, nephen of Mark, the Super Bowl MVP for the Washington Redskins, threw for 613 yards Thursday night. He broke the record of 577 he set as a sophomore. He also broke the completions records for a single game. Washington high school sports historian Dave Maley, or you may know him as the stat king, sent along some more data from the record book. This of course is for 11-man football. There are some other 600-yard passing performances in 8-man football.

Single-game passing (11-man)

Brett Rypien, Shadle Park (2013) 613 yds.
Brett Rypien, Shadle Park (2012) 577 yds.
Joey Roppo, Monroe (2010) 516 yds.
Ben Dougherty, Elma (1997) 513 yds.
Ty Taubenheim, Lynden (1999) 513 yds.
Conor Plaisance, Jackson (2012) 508 yds.
Mark Mace, Kennewick (2003) 498 yds.
Ryan Bergman, Issaquah (2009) 498 yds.
Ethan Sterkel, Ellensburg (2009) 497 yds.
Deion Wright, Davis (2011) 497 yds.

Single-game pass completions (11-man)
Brett Rypien, Shadle Park (2013) 44 comp.
Chris Brown, Bonney Lake (2011) 42 comp.
Max Browne, Skyline (2011) 40 comp.
Dan Lewis, Mountain View (2003) 39 comp.
Max Browne, Skyline (2010) 39 comp.
Brian Foreman, Skyline (2002) 38 comp.
Connor Halliday, Ferris (2009) 38 comp.
Brett Rypien, Shadle Park (2012) 38 comp.
Andy Smith, Arlington (2009) 37 comp.
Joel McKee, Stevenson (1993) 36 comp.
Stefan Walker, Port Angeles (2006) 36 comp.
Kellen Moore, Prosser (2006) 36 comp.
Chris Brown, Bonney Lake (2011) 36 comp.

Single-game passing touchdowns (11-man)
Brian Lindgren, DeSales (1998) 9 TD
Drew Miller, Lakes (1996) 8 TD
Kellen Moore, Prosser (2006) 8 TD
Steffin Church, Kentlake (2012) 8 TD
Brett Rypien, Shadle Park (2013) 8 TD

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