More on Gobbato, Ike’s Curtis, Complete vs. Mini-Playoff Games, & State Rushing Records Comments

More on Gobbato, Ike's Curtis, Complete vs. Mini-Playoff Games, & State Rushing Records
I posted “Unofficially, Gobbato Breaks Rushing Record” late Friday night, with no reservations or apprehension of jumping the gun.  I mean, 480 yards is pretty much the end of it, right? Around midnight Friday night, word came in Eisenhower’s Branden Curtis had done one better—literally.  In their season ending game, Curtis rushed for 481 yards, ...

Unofficially, Gobbato Breaks Rushing Record

While not yet official, the Bellingham Herald is reporting that Mario Gobbato set the single season rushing record tonight: Blaine’s Mario Gobbato rushes for 480 yards in 50-20 win vs Cedar Park Christian to set WA state single-game record by 9 yards Blaine’s Mario Gobbato unofficially sets WA single-season record with 2,821 yards, previously held ...

Blaine’s Gobbato Poised to Move to Top of Whatcom County’s 4000 Yard Career Rushers

Blaine's Gobbato Poised to Move to Top of Whatcom County's 4000 Yard Career Rushers
First, before we get to Mario Gobbato, I need to re-introduce Tyler Anderson.  Tyler has been co-editor of StatewideStats.com since almost the beginning.  While few of you may know him, readers of this site with a Whatcom County interest have been enjoying his work for years.  Tyler has single-handedly covered Whatcom County stats since 2005. ...

Blaine’s Gobbato Comes up Just Short of Rushing Record in Loss to Cedarcrest

Blaine's Gobbato Comes up Just Short of Rushing Record in Loss to Cedarcrest
Prior to Blaine‘s play-in game last night against Cedarcrest, I thought that Blaine needed to win in order for Mario Gobbato, with 2,283 yards through 9 games, to have a shot at Matthias Wilson‘s 11-man season rushing record of 2,678. Blaine lost, 35-24, and Gobbato did not break the record, but it was so very close. The loss ends Blaine’s season ...