Aloha RB Tyner runs into state, national record books

Aloha RB Tyner runs into state, national record books »Play Video
Aloha running back Thomas Tyner runs for one of his 10 touchdowns Friday night. The future Oregon Duck finished with 644 yards, the third most ever in a single high school football game.

ALOHA, Ore. – Aloha High School running back and University of Oregon recruit Thomas Tyner celebrated his 18th birthday by running into the record books Friday night.

Tyner carried the ball 38 times for 644 yards and 10 touchdowns in Aloha’s 83-64 victory over Lakeridge.

Tyner’s 644 yards were the third most ever in a single game in high school football history. His 10 touchdowns were the most ever in a single game in the state of Oregon.

ESPN featured KATU's video of Tyner’s record-setting performance on Sportscenter Saturday morning.

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