Yulee's Derrick Henry breaks national rushing record
YULEE, Fla.--Derrick Henry ran into the national record book on a 52 yard touchdown for Yulee in the Hornets home playoff game with Taylor County. Henry passes Ken, "The Sugarland Express", Hall as the top running back in the history of high school football. It was a record that stood since 1953.
Yulee leads 21-13 at the half. Check out these numbers for Henry. In the first half Henry carried 31 times for 268 yards and 3 touchdowns. He scored the last one taking direct snaps after the Hornets quarterback was knocked from the game.
We will be live on Action News and the Subway Friday Night Blitz all through the night for Derrick Henry's record setting night.
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