StatewideStats.com Going on Hiatus, Active Stats Moving

StatewideStats.com Going on Hiatus, Active Stats Moving
Good evening. Here’s the short version: After 12, maybe 13 years, StatewideStats.com is going on hiatus. Contributions have fallen to almost nothing over the last two-three years, with one important exception, which we’ll touch on later. At the same time, my personal time and energy for driving updates has fallen off. For the foreseeable future, ...

David Maley’s 2017 Washington Coaching Update

Sorry for the site downtime. Our database usage had exceeded limits for our hosting account, and it took me a long time to get things optimized. Below is the latest statewide coaching changes assembled by unofficially official WA football historian, David Maley. Hi, Here is my Washington state high school football coaching changes list for the ...

David Maley’s Nov. 2015 Washington State Football Records Update Comments

David Maley's Nov. 2015 Washington State Football Records Update
Note: David Maley, Washington’s official unofficial keeper of high school football records, shares this update.   Attached are updated 11-man and 8-man football records through the state quarterfinals. In the state tournament program, the top five records (plus ties) are through first-round games played on Nov. 13 and 14. One name that I forgot to add for ...

Record Breaking Night in Deming

In the Friday night game between Nooksack Valley and Mt. Baker, Baker’s Jed Schleimer set a new state game rushing record of 515 yards on just 21 carries. From the Bellingham Herald: When a 35-yard run by junior running back Jed Schleimer put the Mountaineers up two scores with roughly 4 and a 1/2 minutes left in ...

David Maley’s 2015 Coaching Changes List

David Maley, a Washington high school football historian, was kind enough to provide this compilation of coaching changes for the 2015 season.   2015 Washington high school football coaching changes Over the last decade, I have worked with Dave Tuengel (Washington Prep Football Report) and the late Mike Warchol (Washington Preps.com) when they compiled statewide ...

Jon Kitna Leaves Tacoma’s Lincoln HS for Texas School

The Tacoma News Tribune’s Todd Milles reports this morning that Jon Kitna has resigned as head coach at Lincoln High School in Tacoma to take a head coaching job in Texas. Jon Kitna, the former NFL quarterback who returned to lead the sudden turnaround at alma mater Lincoln High School, resigned Wednesday as head coach after three ...

State Records Update from David Maley

I’m a little late on getting this out. Happy Championship Weekend to all.   Before tonight’s state semifinal games, here are some expanded lists for records in which an individual or a team could end up in the top five when the season is finished. In the state tournament program, the top five list does ...

History of Whatcom County Football’s Top 500 Players Project

About 18 months ago, Tyler Anderson, who’s been the top contributor to StatewideStats.com for nearly 10 years, opened his excellent History of Whatcom County Football Facebook page.  The page, which is devoted to the past and present greats playing in Whatcom County, quickly took off and currently generates tens of thousands of interactions a week. What ...

David Maley’s 2014 Coaching & Team Changes List

Editor’s Note: On the eve of the opening of 2014 practices, David Maley, the state’s unofficial football historian, has compiled a list of coaching and team changes for 2014. If you have any updates for the questions Mr. Maley has below, please email. Once again, I’m compiling statewide prep football coaching changes. If a new coach has ...

WIAA Rep Assembly Speeds Up Running Clock Again

WIAA Rep Assembly Speeds Up Running Clock Again
The Tacoma News Tribune reports today that the WIAA Representative Assembly has change the running clock rule again for the 2014 season. * Amendment 57.7.0 alters the rules of the running-clock “mercy rule” in high school football. The clock will now run through official’s timeouts, shortening a blowout game. The Columbian clarifies a little further ...