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Gilmer @ Gladewater Game Info & Notes

By JOE DODD

October 6-@ Gladewater

Mascot: Bears

Colors: Orange & Black

District: 16-3A

Enrollment: 549

2010 Record: 3-7

2011 Record: 4-1

Week 0: defeated Canton 27-7

Week 1: lost @ Wills Point 0-3

Week 2: defeated Rusk 38-7

Week 3: defeated Brownsboro 46-7

Week 4: defeated Arp 21-13

Total Points For: 132

Average Points For Per Game: 26.4

Total Points Against: 37

Average Points Against Per Game: 7.4

Head Coach: Jerrod Baugh (2nd season, 7-8, 7-8 overall)

Returning Starters: 3 Offense/6 Defense

Players to watch:

DT Ladarrian Anthony (#54) 5’ 10” 273 lbs. JR.

DT Kasey Johnson (#55) 5’ 10” 240 lbs. SR.

QB Derrick Daniels (#11) 6’ 0” 175 lbs. JR.

RB Darion Gregory (#5) 5’ 8” 160 lbs. SR.



Historical Stats, Records, and Program Information
GLADEWATER
YEAR W-L-T COACH
2000 9-4-0 David Husmann
2001 12-2-0 David Husmann
2002 7-4-0 David Husmann
2003 2-8-0 David Husmann
2004 4-7-0 David Husmann
2005 6-5-0 David Husmann
2006 4-7-0 Scott Callaway
2007 3-7-0 Scott Callaway
2008 6-4-0 Scott Callaway
2009 3-8-0 Scott Callaway 2010 3-7-0 Jerrod Baugh 2011 4-1-0 Jerrod Baugh


BY DECADES W- L- T
1925-29 0-10-0 1930-39 48-38-6
1940-49 42-51-6
1950-59 52-45-3
1960-69 60-38-2
1970-79 60-42-1
1980-89 92-30-2
1990-99 58-46-3
2000-09 56-56-0 2010-11 7-8-0
TOTAL: 475-364-23

Undefeated Seasons: 5 (1935, 1975, 1984, 1987, 1990)
Winless Seasons: 3 (1930, 1953, 1970)
Last District Championship: 1990 (Tri-champion in 2002)
Last Playoff Appearance: 2009
Playoff Record: 29-20-2





SERIES HISTORY
Last meeting: 2010, Gilmer won 36-35 in overtime

Series Record: Gilmer leads 28-25-2

All-Time Scores
77 - 1929 - 0
44 - 1932 - 0
13 - 1933 - 12
0 - 1934 - 7
0 - 1935 - 20
7 - 1936 - 29
0 - 1937 - 33
21 - 1960 - 6
28 - 1961 - 0
14 - 1962 - 20
23 - 1963 - 6
12 - 1964 - 14
7 - 1965 - 3
0 - 1966 - 33
6 - 1967 - 23
8 - 1968 - 41
46 - 1970 - 14
20 - 1971 - 20
7 - 1972 - 33
25 - 1973 - 28
8 - 1974 - 21
0 - 1975 - 28
0 - 1976 - 26
0 - 1977 - 34
21 - 1980 - 21
10 - 1981 - 8
12 - 1982 - 34
6 - 1983 - 27
12 - 1984 - 42
37 - 1985 - 28
0 - 1986 - 34
21 - 1987 - 27
6 - 1988 - 16
12 - 1989 - 40
7 - 1990 - 28
17 - 1991 - 14
17 - 1992 - 14
21 - 1993 - 14
30 - 1994 - 14
26 - 1995 - 7
7 - 1996 - 16
28 - 1997 - 0 13 - 1998 - 12
41 - 1999 - 14
42 - 2000 - 21
14 - 2001 - 20
39 - 2002 - 21
59 - 2003 - 6
42 - 2004 - 0
48 - 2005 - 13
49 - 2006 - 21
53 - 2007 - 17
43 - 2008 – 8 67 - 2008 – 12 36 - 2008 - 35
First game played in 1929; Gilmer won 77-0 or 66-0 according to conflicting sources
Teams have met every year since 1980
From 1929-1971 Gladewater led series 9-8-1
From 1972-1990 Gladewater dominated series 14-2-1
From 1991-2010 Gilmer has dominated series 18-2

STREAKS

Gilmer has a 10 game winning streak in district openers (last loss: 41-21 to Spring Hill in 2000)
Gilmer has a 9 game winning streak over Gladewater (last loss: 20-14 in 2001)
Gilmer has an 8 game regular season winning streak (last loss: 38-21 @ Carthage, 2010)
Gilmer has a 124 consecutive games scoring streak (last shutout: 10-0 @ Longview to Pleasant Grove, 2001)


NOTES

Jeff Traylor teams are 10-1 against Gladewater, including 9 wins in a row
Jeff Traylor teams have outscored Gladewater 492-188 or an average of 45-17
Jeff Traylor is 126-21 at Gilmer (85.7%)
Gilmer’s Jeff Traylor’s 85.7% winning percentage is the 5th best among all active coaches in Texas

Gilmer has won more games (126) than any other 3A team in the state since 2000
Gilmer has either won the state championship or lost in the playoffs to the eventual state champion in 6 of the past 8 years

Gilmer is 102-13 under Jeff Traylor in regular season games (88.7%)

Gilmer is 80-5 (94%) in regular season games since 2003

Gilmer is 49-4 under Jeff Traylor in district games (92.5%)

Gilmer is averaging 513.2 total yards per game. The 2006 team averaged a school record 514 total yards per game

Gilmer's 363 offensive plays consist of 121 passing attempts (33%) and 242 rushing attempts (67%)

Gilmer averages 185 yards per game passing (36%) and 328 yards per game rushing (64%)

Gilmer QB Luke Turner is only the 4th Buckeye to surpass 5,000 career total yards (5,710)

Gilmer QB Luke Turner is averaging 281 total yards per game

Gilmer QB Luke Turner continues to climb the Buckeyes’ career offensive records:

4th with 5,710 total yards

4th with 3,631 passing yards

5th with 38 passing touchdowns

3rd with 35 rushing touchdowns

3rd with 43 total offensive touchdowns scored

Gilmer is ranked 5th in this week’s Associated Press Class 3A poll

Gilmer is ranked 5th in this week’s Class 3A Pigskinprep.com power rankings

Gilmer’s schedule is the 3rd toughest in Class 3A according to PigskinPrep.com

Gilmer is an 18 point favorite over Gladewater according to PigskinPrep.com

Did you know?

Gilmer’s 660 total yards against Daingerfield two weeks ago was the 2nd most in school history (684 Spring Hill in 2006)

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