Long Island high school football players who have rushed for 300 or more yards in a single game.

484 yards: Davien Kuinlan, Plainedge

Credit: James Escher

Plainedge's Davien Kuinlan broke the Long Island single-game rushing record by carrying 39 times for 484 yards and seven touchdowns to win the Nassau Conference III championship on Nov. 21, 2015.

467 yards: Jason Gwaltney, North Babylon

Credit: Ken Kreitzman

North Babylon's Jason Gwaltney, who also holds the LI career rushing mark (7,800), finds himself on this list twice. The 467-yard game came against East Islip on 43 carries on Sept. 20, 2003.

439 yards: Dylan Laube, Westhampton

Credit: Daniel De Mato

Dylan Laube rushed for 430 yards, the third most in Long Island history, in Westhampton's win over Eastport-South Manor on Sept. 23, 2017. He had five touchdowns on 28 carries.

Credit: Newsday/J. Conrad Williams Jr.

RAHSAAN VANTERPOOL, NORTH BABYLON, 428 YARDS
Nov. 9, 1991
Vanterpool’s 400-yard game is one of 11 instances that a North Babylon back has surpassed 300 yards.

426 yards: Tyler Anderson, Shoreham-Wading River

Credit: George A. Faella

On, Nov. 9, 2013, Tyler Anderson carried the ball 29 times for 426 yards for Shoreham-Wading River. He scored touchdowns on runs of 36, 32, 13 and 77 yards in a 56-19 win over Center Moriches in a Suffolk Division IV playoff game.

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

STACEY BEDELL, FLOYD, 412 YARDS
Nov. 27, 2011
Bedell set a Long Island Championship record with 412 rushing yards. He carried 29 times and scored four touchdowns.

Credit: Ken Kreitzman

JASON GWALTNEY, NORTH BABYLON, 406 YARDS
Oct. 30, 2004
Two weeks after running for 371 yards, Gwaltney rushed for more than 300 yards in a single game for the final time in his career.

Credit: Richard Slattery

BRYANT DANIELS, SOUTH SIDE, 397 YARDS
Nov. 23, 2001
Daniels, the Nassau record holder for rushing yards in a game, held the county’s single-season rushing mark (2,241 yards in 2001) until Anthony Brunetti broke it in 2009.

Credit: Alan J Schaefer

JAMES PANNELL, SMITHTOWN WEST, 392 YARDS
Oct. 22, 2011
The 392-yard output was a Smithtown record. Pannell added four touchdowns, two interceptions and three punts inside the opponent's 10-yard line.

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

JORDAN MCLUNE, FARMINGDALE, 390 YARDS
Nov. 10, 2016
McLune finished with 390 yards on 16 carries and tied a Nassau playoff record with seven touchdowns in Farmingdale's 56-0 win over Massapequa in the Nassau Conference I semifinals.

Credit: Oceanside High School

ALEX MCLEAN, OCEANSIDE, 390 YARDS
1999
McLean is the last player from Oceanside to rush for more than 300 yards.

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

JOHN DELUCA, SAYVILLE, 383 YARDS
Nov. 6, 2004
DeLuca ran for more than 300 yards twice in 2004, and was one of two running backs, along with Jason Gwaltney, to rush for at least 2,000 yards during the season.

Credit: Kellenberg High School

PAUL CLEARY, ST. AGNES, 383 YARDS
Sept. 24, 1983

Credit: Dan Neri

JOHNNIE AKINS, ROOSEVELT, 378 YARDS
Oct. 13, 2012
Akins, a junior, set the school rushing record on 36 carries and scored five touchdowns against Locust Valley.

Credit: Amityville High School

RUFUS WILSON, AMITYVILLE, 378 YARDS
1981
Wilson’s huge game on the ground in 1981 is the only time Amityville has been involved in a 300-yard performance on the ground.

Credit: Mepham High School

MIKE PARSHLEY, MEPHAM, 378 YARDS
Oct. 19, 2002
It was the second straight game Parshley rushed for at least 300 yards. Parshley is also the only Nassau back that carried the ball 50 or more times in a 300-yard game.

Credit: Jack McCoy

STEPHEN DAVIS, CENTRAL ISLIP, 376 YARDS
Oct. 21, 2000
Davis averaged 15 yards per carry and scored five touchdowns -- on runs of 50, 77, 12, 48 and 76 yards -- against Brentwood.

Credit: Steven Ryan

TYLER DAVIS, MEPHAM, 376 YARDS
Sept. 28, 2014
Davis ran for 376 yards and three touchdowns on 30 carries in Mepham's 42-26 win over Elmont in Nassau II. He also threw for 153 yards on 13-of-20 passing. His 529 all-purpose yards are the second-highest single-game total in Long Island history.

Credit: George A. Faella

CHRIS FORSBERG, GLENN, 373 YARDS
Sept. 15, 2015
Forsberg rushed for 373 yards and five touchdowns in a 42-19 win over Bayport-Blue Point. He also had two interceptions.

Credit: Richard Slattery

DARYLE MCCLENIC, ROOSEVELT, 373 YARDS
Nov. 21, 2003
McClenic fell 39 yards short of 2,000 yards in 2003.

Credit: Long Island Lutheran

BRIAN ELISMA, LONG ISLAND LUTHERAN, 371 YARDS
Sept. 24, 2005
Elisma is the only player in Long Island history to rush for 300-plus yards against a school from another state.

Credit: Paul J. Bereswill

JASON GWALTNEY, NORTH BABYLON, 371 YARDS

Credit: Alan J. Schaefer

T.Q. GRANT, NORTH BABYLON, 368 YARDS
Sept. 24, 2011
Rushed for 368 yards on 20 carries and four touchdowns against Half Hollow Hills East.

Credit: James Escher

DAR'RELL HATCHER, AMITYVILLE, 366 YARDS
Oct. 16, 2011
Hatcher's record-setting day included five rushing touchdowns on 23 carries against Glenn.

Credit: Mepham High School

MIKE PARSHLEY, MEPHAM, 366 YARDS
Oct. 12, 2002

Credit: Michael Ach

JAMES O'NEAL, SACHEM, 365 YARDS
1994
O’Neal has two of the 32 best single-season rushing performances in Suffolk history — 1,601 yards in 1994 and 2,185 yards in 1995.

Credit: Herricks

LANCE COSTA, HERRICKS, 364 YARDS
1987

Credit: James Escher

KEVIN MOWATT, CENTRAL ISLIP, 361 YARDS
Oct. 4, 2013
Mowatt rushed for 361 yards and five TDs on 26 carries to lead Central Islip over West Babylon, 64-41. Mowatt had scoring runs of six, 10, 30, 65 and 75 yards. |

Credit: Richard Slattery

ANTHONY BRUNETTI, HOLY TRINITY, 359 YARDS
Oct. 4, 2009
Brunetti has the Nassau record for rushing yards in a season, finishing with 2,541 yards in 2009.

Credit: James Escher

SHALIKE MERCHANT, WESTBURY, 357 YARDS
Sept. 20, 2014
Merchant ran for 357 yards and three touchdowns, including a 70-yarder in the fourth quarter, to lead Westbury to a 46-15 win over New Hyde Park in Nassau II.

Credit: Jim Peppler

DARWIN POWELL, HARBORFIELDS, 355 YARDS
2001
Powell is second behind Josh Johnston in career rushing at Harborfields. Both players were active from 1999-01.

Credit: George A. Faella

STACEY BEDELL, FLOYD, 353 YARDS
Oct. 6, 2011
Bedell needed just 15 carries, five of which went for touchdowns, to hit this mark against Northport. He scored on runs of 96 and 95 yards on back-to-back possessions.

Credit: Handout

SHEARROD DUNCAN, HOLY TRINITY, 353 YARDS
Nov. 9, 1996
Duncan needed just 12 carries to reach 353 yards in a game against St. Peter’s.

Credit: Jim Peppler

TERRENCE SHAW, VALLEY STREAM CENTRAL, 353 YARDS
Oct. 21, 2006

Credit: Deer Park High School

KEVIN BAUGH, DEER PARK, 352 YARDS
1978
Baugh finished the 1978 season with 1,503 yards in nine games.

Credit: Ken Kreitzman

MATT HAHN, ST. ANTHONY'S, 352 YARDS
2003
Hahn is St. Anthony’s career rushing leader (3,920 yards).

Credit: North Shore High School

STEVE FLINK, NORTH SHORE, 350 YARDS
Oct. 10, 1958

Credit: James Escher

JOHN DEBIQUE, BALDWIN, 348 YARDS
Nov. 5, 2016
DeBique broke a school record by rushing for 348 yards on 20 carries as Baldwin defeated East Meadow in the first round of the Nassau I playoffs. He also scored four touchdowns and ran for a two-point conversion.

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

DERELLE HUNTER, ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, 345 YARDS
Sept. 25, 2010

Credit: Bay Shore High School

DAN COLLAZO, BAY SHORE, 343 YARDS
Nov. 9, 1996
Collazo rushed for a school-record 343 yards and four touchdowns on 33 carries against Riverhead.

Credit: Daniel Goodrich

BO EHIKIOYA, WEST HEMPSTEAD, 343 YARDS
Oct. 18, 2003

Credit: Hauppauge High School

CHUCK ACEVADO, HAUPPAUGE, 341 YARDS
1975
The workhorse of the list, Acevado (54 carries) was handed the ball more times than any other 300-yard rusher.

Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke

CHRIS GRAY, SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER, 341 YARDS
Nov. 19, 2016
Gray rushed 44 times for 341 yards and four touchdowns in a 36-21 win over Babylon to claim the Suffolk IV title.

Credit: James Escher

NATE CHAVIOUS, BELLPORT, 341 YARDS
Sept. 29, 2012
Chavious set the school record and he did it on 30 carries. He also scored four touchdowns in a 35-20 win over Rocky Point.

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

JASON GWALTNEY, NORTH BABYLON, 341 YARDS
Oct. 11, 2002
Gwaltney surpassed the 300-yard in mark in a single game for the first time against West Babylon.

Credit: Joe Rogate

ALEX BAEZ, PATCHOGUE-MEDFORD, 340 YARDS
Oct. 26, 2002
Baez finished 2002 with two 300-yard games, six 200-yard games and 2,198 rushing yards — sixth best in Suffolk history.

Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke

DONALD LIOTINE, STONY BROOK, 340 YARDS
Oct. 28, 2011 vs. Southampton
Liotine set the single-game school record for rushing, and he reached that number on 15 carries -- six of which went for TDs.

Credit: John Griffin

JONELLE JONES, NORTH BABYLON, 337 YARDS
1999
Jones was one of two North Babylon running backs — Omar Palmer the other — to surpass 300 yards in a game in 1999.

Credit: Bob Sorensen

AARON NAPIER JR., SOUTHAMPTON, 335 YARDS
Oct. 8, 2016. Napier ran for 335 yards, setting the school record, on 34 carries.

Credit: Lee S. Weissman

WILLIAM STANBACK, UNIONDALE, 335 YARDS
Oct. 13, 2012
Stanback ran for a school-record 335 yards on 22 carries and scored four touchdowns against Plainview JFK.

Credit: Vincent Pugliese

MATT FRENZ, BAYPORT-BLUE POINT, 334 YARDS
1995

Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy

DAVIEN KUINLAN, PLAINEDGE, 333 YARDS
Sept. 13, 2013
Kuinlan ran for 333 yards and five touchdowns on 33 carries and broke 25 tackles to propel Plainedge to a 43-33 win against host Lynbrook in both teams' Nassau Conference III opener.

Credit: Jack McCoy

DAVIEN KUINLAN, PLAINEDGE, 332 YARDS
Oct. 3, 2015
Kuinlan ran for 332 yards and six TDs and threws for another as Plainedge defeated Roosevelt, 56-28, in a Nassau III matchup.

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

TRAVIS HOUPE, BELLPORT, 332 YARDS
Nov. 20, 2010
Houpe and Jason Gwaltney are the two running backs to rush for over 300 yards against East Islip.

Credit: Oceanside High School

LAWRENCE PETTE, OCEANSIDE, 331 YARDS
Oct. 4, 1997

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

ALEX BAEZ, PATCHOGUE-MEDFORD, 331 YARDS
Nov. 21, 2002

Credit: Jack Mc Coy

JASON HAM, PORT WASHINGTON, 331 YARDS
Oct. 2, 1999
Ham rushed for more than 300 yards in a game twice, the two instances occurring two years apart (1997 and 1999).

Credit: James Escher

EVAN VANDOROS, NORTH SHORE, 331 YARDS
Oct. 2, 2010
Vandoros was the first North Shore player since Pete Flink in 1958 to rush for at least 300 yards in a game.

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

BRETT OSMAN, MILLER PLACE, 330 YARDS
Oct. 19, 2013
Osman rushed for 330 yards and four touchdowns -- including one on an 86-yard run -- on 37 carries to lead Miller Place over Huntington, 42-28.

TYLER ANDERSON, SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER, 328 YARDS
Sept. 29, 2012
Anderson scored five TDs, all of which went for 21 or more yards. He had just 11 carries in the 42-14 win over East Hampton, giving him a 29.8 yards per carry average.

Credit: Joe Rogate

BRYANT DANIELS, SOUTH SIDE, 327 YARDS
Nov. 10, 2001
Daniels finished his career with 3,710 yards, eighth best in Nassau history.

Credit: Howard Schnapp

CHRIS SANABRIA, DIVISION, 327 YARDS
Sept. 17, 2005
Division has been involved in three 300-yard performances — twice by their own team, both times for 327 yards.

Credit: Michael Ach

ERIC WEDIN, DIVISION, 327 YARDS
Oct. 19, 1996

Credit: James Escher

JOHNNIE AKINS, ROOSEVELT, 326 YARDS
Sept. 21, 2013
Akins ran for 326 yards and four touchdowns on 22 carries to lead Roosevelt in a 35-14 win over North Shore.

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

JASON GWALTNEY, NORTH BABYLON, 326 YARDS
Nov. 16, 2002

Credit: Handout

MICHAEL MURPHY, SACHEM, 325 YARDS
Nov. 11, 1989
Murphy set a school record that afternoon in the Division I semifinal win over Northport, 27-24. Murphy scored two touchdowns on 35 carries.

Credit: Shane A. Psaltis

ADAM HAMILL, HAMPTON BAYS, 324 YARDS
Oct. 26, 2002
Hamill’s 1,531 yards rushing in 2002 was third in Suffolk, behind Alex Baez (2,198) and Jason Gwaltney (1,621).

Credit: Jim McIsaac

ERIN PARKER, ROOSEVELT, 324 YARDS
Nov. 10, 2011
Parker needed just 24 carries to run for 324 yards against Valley Stream North.

Credit: Handout

RYAN ROBEY, NEWFIELD, 324 YARDS
Oct 28, 2000
Robey (pictured at left during wrestling season) rushed for 324 yards and three touchdowns on 34 carries against Half Hollow Hills East.

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

JOHN DELUCA, SAYVILLE, 323 YARDS
Oct. 15, 2004
DeLuca carried 31 times in the first of two 300-yard rushing games for him that season.

Credit: Handout

KEN RANDOLPH, SEWANHAKA, 323 YARDS
Nov. 10, 1984
Randolph’s 300-yard game came against Mepham, one of five 300-yard performances the school has been involved in.

Credit: David L. Pokress

BRENDAN KELLY, SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER, 322 YARDS
Nov. 4, 2005
After his junior season, Kelly had already cracked the top 20 for career rushing yards in Suffolk. For his career, he finished with 4,936 yards on the ground, fourth all-time in the county.

Credit: Howard Schnapp

MIKE ROSSI, ISLAND TREES, 322 YARDS
Nov. 2, 2002
Rossi is one of three players to rush for more than 300 yards in a game against East Rockaway.

ERIC BARLITZ, ISLIP, 322 YARDS
Barlitz was third in the county in rushing in 1992, finishing with 1,529 yards.
The above photo is the Islip Buccaneer's logo.

Credit: Tony Jerome

JASON HAM, PORT WASHINGTON, 321 YARDS
Nov. 2, 1997

Credit: Kevin P. Coughlin

SHAMARI KIRKPATRICK, ROOSEVELT, 320 YARDS
Oct. 25, 2014
Kirkpatrick had 320 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 27 carries to lead Roosevelt past Clarke, 26-0, in Nassau IV.

Credit: Bethpage High School

TODD LAWSON, BETHPAGE, 320 YARDS
1982
Lawson was the only player to rush for 300-plus yards in a game in 1982.

Credit: James Escher

TOM MCANDREW, MACARTHUR, 319 YARDS
Nov. 8, 2013
McAndrew, who was listed as a wide receiver on MacArthur's roster and entered the game with 239 rushing yards on the season, carried the ball 27 times for 319 yards and three scores in No. 5 MacArthur's 28-21 win over No. 4 Long Beach in a Nassau II quarterfinal. |

Credit: Alan J. Schaefer

MELIJAH PURVIS, NORTH BABYLON, 317 YARDS
The senior averaged 24.4 yards per carry in a quarterfinal win over Smithtown East. Purvis scored on runs of 83, 87 and 26 yards.

Credit: Long Beach High Scool

HAROLD KRAFCHICK, 317 YARDS
1953
Krafchick is the first recorded player to crack 300 yards in a game in Long Island history.

Credit: Bay Shore High School

BRYAN WILLIAMS, BAY SHORE, 317 YARDS
1981

GEORGE FRAWLEY, CALHOUN, 317 YARDS
Oct. 26, 1974
Frawley is the only Calhoun player in history to rush for more than 300 yards in a game.
The photo above is the Calhoun Colts' logo.

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

MIGUEL MAYSONET, RIVERHEAD, 316 YARDS
Oct. 18, 2008
Maysonet is second in Long Island history in career rushing yards with 5,963, but only passed 300 yards in a game once.

Credit: Joe Rogate

JEFF BIRTHWRIGHT, MALVERNE, 315 YARDS
Sept. 26, 1998

Credit: Howard Schnapp

MATT DELUCA, EAST MEADOW, 313 YARDS
Oct. 8, 2004
DeLuca’s 300-yard game is one of five instances where the ball carrier had 29 rushes.

Credit: Jack McCoy

RICKY MANIGAT, BALDWIN, 313 YARDS
Nov. 19, 2005

Credit: Dorsey Spencer

NINO OTHMAN, SYOSSET, 313 YARDS
Nov. 7, 1998

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

JASON GWALTNEY, NORTH BABYLON, 311 YARDS
Nov. 1, 2003

Credit: George A. Faella

JASAWN THOMPSON, DEER PARK, 311 YARDS
Oct. 19, 2013
In his second 300-yard game of the season, Thompson scored three touchdowns on 26 carries.

Credit: George A. Faella

KEVIN BRAGAGLIA, SACHEM NORTH, 310 YARDS
Oct. 2, 2014
Bragaglia ran for 310 yards and three touchdowns in a 35-27 loss to Patchogue-Medford in Suffolk I.

Credit: Bob Sorensen

JACK COAN, SAYVILLE, 309 YARDS
Oct. 17, 2015
Coan rushed for 309 yards on 25 carries, including a 2-yard dive and an 84-yard scamper to lead Sayville to a 49-17 victory over host East Islip in a highly anticipated Suffolk III showdown. He also completed 10 of 15 passes for 140 yards and three scores.

Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy

CIWAN MCCOY, NORTH BABYLON, 309 YARDS
Sept. 13, 2008
McCoy is one of three running backs to rush for more than 300 yards against Calhoun. One of the other two, Jason Gwaltney, is also from North Babylon.

Credit: Joe Rogate

JOHN PARISI, NEW HYDE PARK, 309 YARDS
Oct. 14, 2000
Parisi was the first person in the 21st Century to rush for 300-plus yards on Long Island.

Credit: Quaser Photography

JASON O'HENE, FARMINGDALE, 308 YARDS
Sept. 28, 1996

Credit: Daniel De Mato

JACK HANNIGAN, EAST ISLIP, 307 YARDS
Nov. 15, 2014
Hannigan's 307 yards against Bellport set a school record. He also had 56 passing yards passing, 3 rushing TDs and a passing TD.

Credit: Richard Slattery

JASON GWALTNEY, NORTH BABYLON, 307 YARDS
Sept. 13, 2003

Credit: Malverne

ANTHONY HILL, MALVERNE, 307 YARDS
Oct. 7, 2006
Hill was the second player in Malverne history to surpass 300 yards in a game. Jeff Birthwright, in 1998, was the first.

Credit: Daniel De Mato

BRETT OSMAN, MILLER PLACE, 307 YARDS
Sept. 28, 2013
He set a school record with 307 rushing yards on 14 carries with 4 TDs in a 55-6 win over Kings Park. Osman had TD runs of 66, 72 and 37 yards in the first quarter and had 272 rushing yards at halftime. |

Credit: George A. Faella

JASAWN THOMPSON, DEER PARK, 307 YARDS
Sept. 21, 2013
Thompson scored on touchdown runs of 86, 75 and 91 yards against Harborfields. His 307 rushing yards came on 17 carries. |

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

MARCUS GUTIERREZ, CONNETQUOT, 306 YARDS
Sept. 11, 2013
Gutierrez broke the 300-yard mark in Connetquot's season-opening 44-23 win over Patchogue-Medford.

Credit: James Escher

RONNELL JONES, FLORAL PARK, 306 YARDS
Sept. 24, 2011
It only took 21 carries for Ronnell Jones to pile up 306 yards against Roslyn. He also score three touchdowns in a winning effort.

Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke

DONTE COLTER, ROOSEVELT, 306 YARDS
Oct. 16, 2009
Four players from Roosevelt have rushed for at least 300 yards in a game.

Credit: Newsday/Stan Honda

ANDREW PITTMAN, ROOSEVELT, 306 YARDS
Oct. 17, 1992
Pittman was the first player in Nassau history to finish his career with more than 4,000 yards. He ranks third all-time in the county at 4,198 yards.

Credit: Division Avenue High School

BOB SBARRA, DIVISION, 306 YARDS
Oct. 15, 1977
The photo above is the Division Blue Dragons' logo.

Credit: Bob Sorensen

NICK MESSINA, WARD MELVILLE, 305 YARDS
Sept. 27, 2017
Messina had 23 carries for 305 yards and four touchdowns to lead Ward Melville over Commack, 35-19, in Suffolk I. Messina had touchdown runs of 7, 15, 45, and 75 yards, and also had an interception on defense.

Credit: James A. Escher

JOEY CIARAVINO, ISLAND TREES, 305 YARDS
Oct. 29, 2005

Credit: Freeport High School

DONALD OUTLAW, FREEPORT, 305 YARDS
Oct. 11, 1986

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

THOMAS BEVERLY, ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, 305 YARDS
Oct. 21, 2007
St. John the Baptist was handed the ball nine times in his 300-yard game, good for an average of 33.89 yards per carry.

Credit: Gary Ariniello

GARY ARINIELLO, CHAMINADE, 305 YARDS
1968
"I remember that '68 Chaminade game well," Ariniello (No. 34 above) wrote to Newsday. "It was against a tough Cardinal Spellman team late in the season when the grass fields were quite worn down, mostly dirt. It was rainy and slippery in that mud, not a day I expected to run for big yardage. But I changed to longer spikes and Coach Joe Thomas decided to run the ball most of the game while our opponent mostly passed. With the huge time of possession differential, I was fortunate to have 41 carries, at one point getting the ball 18 straight times. That was an advantage for me and our team. As most running backs know, when you run a lot, you can sometimes get into quite a groove. The spikes also made a big difference as many tacklers seemed to slip while trying to tackle me and I was quite adept at spinning to break out of tackles. It was a huge victory as we needed to win our last two games to win that championship in '68."

Credit: Valley Stream Central

CHRIS WELLS, VALLEY STREAM SOUTH, 305 YARDS
Oct. 26, 2002
Wells was one of three players to rush for more than 300 yards on Oct. 26, 2002.

Credit: Handout

FRED GRAY, DIVISION, 304 YARDS
Oct. 26, 2013
Gray ran for 304 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries to lead Division over New Hyde Park, 41-17.

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

RICKOY PALMER, BRENTWOOD, 304 YARDS
Sept. 20, 2007
Palmer’s big game against Lindenhurst was the only instance either school was involved in a 300-yard individual performance.

Credit: Newsday/J. Conrad Williams Jr.

JAMES "SCOTTY" GRAHAM, LONG BEACH, 304 YARDS
Oct. 25, 1986
Graham holds a share of the Nassau record for most 200 yards in a season, passing the mark seven times in 1986.

Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke

SHERVON BARTHELMY, NEWFIELD, 303 YARDS
Oct. 23, 2010
Barthelmy is the only player in Newfield history to rush for over 1,500 yards in a season. He finished 2010 with 1,648 yards.

Credit: Kevin P. Coughlin

DAVIEN KUINLAN, PLAINEDGE, 303 YARDS
Sept. 27, 2013
Two weeks after running for 303 yards, Kuinlan racked up 303 yards and five touchdowns on 24 carries to give host Plainedge a 49-14 win over Hewlett in Nassau III.

Credit: Dennis Clark

OMAR PALMER, NORTH BABYLON, 303 YARDS
1999
Palmer is 19th all-time in rushing in Suffolk history. He finished with 3,446 yards — in just two seasons.

Credit: Steven Ryan

DANNY KELLY, LYNBROOK, 302 YARDS
Oct. 20, 2012
Kelly gained 302 yards and scored five touchdowns on 42 carries against Hewlett on Oct. 20, 2012.

Credit: Patrick McCarthy

MICHAEL MAYO, ROOSEVELT, 302 YARDS
Nov. 4, 2006
Mayo is Nassau’s last rusher to finish his career with more than 4,000 yards on the ground. He’s fifth all-time in the county with 4,048 yards.

Credit: Richard Slattery

NICK TINTLE, MACARTHUR, 302 YARDS
Sept. 26, 2003
Tintle was the third person in Nassau history to rush for 2,000-plus yards in a season, finishing 2003 with 2,049 yards on the ground.

Credit: George A. Faella

DANNY HUGHES, SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER, 301 YARDS
Nov. 22, 2014
Hughes carried 23 times rushed for 301 yards and six touchdowns to lead Shoreham-Wading River to a 47-10 victory over Glenn in the Suffolk IV final. Hughes scored on runs of 23, 25, 76, 20, 43 and 11 to lead the Wildcats to the school's first county championship in football.

Credit: James Escher

KEVIN MOWATT, CENTRAL ISLIP, 301 YARDS
Oct. 12, 2013
Mowatt had 301 yards on 27 carries, and three touchdowns on runs of 7, 55 and 41 yards in three quarters in Central Islip's 60-16 win over Centereach. He ran for 361 yards in the previous week for Central Islip, becoming only the second running back in Long Island history to rush for more than 300 yards in consecutive weeks. |

Credit: James Escher

FRANK ACCARDI, VALLEY STREAM SOUTH, 301 YARDS
Oct. 6, 2012
Accardi had 20 carries and touchdown runs of 89 and 39 yards in a 21-17 win over North Shore.

Credit: Joe Rogate

ANTHONY BRUNETTI, HOLY TRINITY, 301 YARDS
Nov. 30, 2008

Brunetti had 30 carries against Xavier.

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

CHRISTIAN LEON, SMITHTOWN WEST, 301 YARDS
Oct. 7, 2006

Credit: Dan Neri

ROB SMITH, WANTAGH, 301 YARDS
Nov. 12, 2004

Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy

JOE KARO, BELLMORE JFK, 300 YARDS
Sept. 24, 2010

Credit: Friends Academy

JEHAN MURPHY, FRIENDS ACADEMY, 300 YARDS
Oct. 6, 2001
Murray was Friends’ second running back to rush for exactly 300 yards in a game, Renauld Williams the first nearly five years prior.

Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

ALTON LUCAS, WEST BABYLON, 300 YARDS
Nov. 13, 2004

Credit: Mepham High School

MIKE PARSHLEY, MEPHAM, 300 YARDS
Nov. 9, 2002

Credit: Joe Rogate

RENAULD WILLIAMS, FRIENDS ACADEMY, 300 YARDS
Nov. 9, 1996

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