Capital High wide receiver Sam Brixey enters Friday’s 5A state quarterfinal at Mountain View as the owner of the school single-season record in receiving yards at 1,126. “You get over a thousand yards in high school football — shoot, there are two guys in Capital history who’ve done that, and we’ve had some really good receivers,” Capital coach Todd Simis said. “It’s a pretty impressive accomplishment.”
Capital High wide receiver Sam Brixey enters Friday’s 5A state quarterfinal at Mountain View as the owner of the school single-season record in receiving yards at 1,126. “You get over a thousand yards in high school football — shoot, there are two guys in Capital history who’ve done that, and we’ve had some really good receivers,” Capital coach Todd Simis said. “It’s a pretty impressive accomplishment.” Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Capital High wide receiver Sam Brixey enters Friday’s 5A state quarterfinal at Mountain View as the owner of the school single-season record in receiving yards at 1,126. “You get over a thousand yards in high school football — shoot, there are two guys in Capital history who’ve done that, and we’ve had some really good receivers,” Capital coach Todd Simis said. “It’s a pretty impressive accomplishment.” Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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