104 – yards passing in a game – Austin Grimm – West Florida – Game 1
104.5 – total tackle points in a career – Michael Sandle (2013-15)
104 – solo tackles in career – Cade Taylor (2015-17)
105 days to kickoff of the 2021 High School Football season for the Navarre Raiders as they will host Fort Walton Beach on 27 Aug 2021.
105 games ago – Navarre 32, Gulf Breeze 0 (2011)
Raiders (5-5, 3-2) finished the 2011 season on the road against their Santa Rosa County rival. After a scoreless first quarter, the offense put it together and scored 32 straight points in the shutout for their fifth straight win against the Dolphins.
This would be the last game coached by Chad Lashley. He would finish his tenure at 22-21 overall; but most importantly, he guided the Raiders to their first two playoff wins in school history and their first ever Region Final.
Dusty Jones passed for 169 yards in the game and finished the season with 2,315 yards passing and 17 TDs (2,503 yards/19 TDs in his career). Dwayne Carter rushed for 212 yards and 2 TDs in the game to run his season total to 1,317 yards and 22 TDs (3,021 yards/42 TDs in his career). Dwayne’s 6 TDs in a game in 2011 is tied for first all-time and his yardage and rushing TDs rank second all-time in Navarre history.
Brad Leggett hauled in 5 receptions for 86 yards and a score finishing his season with 768 yards on 55 catches and 9 TDs (118 receptions/1,743 yards/20 TDs for his career). Brad is currently the Raider record holder for career receptions with 118 and his 20 TD receptions rank second all-time.
Jay Warren led the defense in the game with 10 tackles (8 solo/2 assists) and Connor Brantley added 2 sacks. Additionally, Johnny Robinson-Pettus would finish his career with 121 tackle points.
Navarre outscored their opponents 329-275 in 2011.
105 – solo tackles in a career – Tre’Von Allen (2007-09)
105 – yards receiving in a game – Jordan Leggett – Mosley – Game 9 (2011)
105 – yards rushing in a game – Hasaan Williams – Pace – Game 4 (2015)
105 – total tackles (solo/assists) in a career – Nolan Garrett (2016-17)
Navarre is 83-22 in their last 105 games and leads the series against Gulf Breeze, 14-8.
Navarre/Texas Tech Alum Thomas Leggett was picked up as an undrafted free agent today by the Kansas City Chiefs. He will be joining another Red Raider Alum (QB Patrick Mahomes) in Kansas City.
Navarre High School (2014-15)
128 tackles (83 solo/45 assists)
4 tackles for loss
Allan Hancock CC (2016)
50 tackles (37 solo/13 assists)
2 Interceptions, 4 tackles for loss
2 kickoff returns, 3 punt returns, 2 pass break ups
Texas Tech (2017-20)
98 tackles (75 solo/23 assists)
9 tackles for loss, sack
Blocked punt for a TD