December 21, 2009
He finished with 252 yards and four scores on 32 rushes."He's phenomenal, and he's only a sophomore," said quarterback Trey Ozee. "There's no telling how good he's going to be by the time he's a senior."He's plenty good already.Gray went into the game with 2,562 rushing yards, 479 receiving yards and 55 touchdowns - 46 of them rushing. With four scores Saturday, he pushed his career total to 74 in just two seasons.That puts him more than halfway to the state record of 146 career TDs set by Cayuga's Traylon Shead in Saturday's Class 1A, Division II title game."It's amazing," Gray said. "I'm blessed. Thank God. I came out here and I worked hard, and we worked hard as a team."
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