Carrollton’s Chase Oehlstrom has already broken many rushing record for the Warriors this season, and with a hopeful playoff run in sights, he can pad the stats even more. The catch is he’s only a junior.

Entering week 9 against the Marlington Dukes, Oehlstrom was 48 yards away from breaking the season rushing record of 1,384, which has been held by Frank Boggs since 1956.

It didn’t take long for him to break the record in the game against Marlington, racking up 50+ yards on the opening drive. He broke the record on an 18-yard touchdown run.

Entering the game against the Dukes, Oehlstrom was just 445 yards away from breaking the all-time rushing record of 3,074, held by Tyler Dodd (2012-14). Well, in that game, he rushed for 342 yards on 50 attempts - setting himself up to break the all-time record in week 10 against Minerva; only needing 103 yards. His 342-yard game broke Dodd’s single-game rushing record of 330 yards.

Oehlstrom rushed for a total of 169 yards during Carrollton’s 49-14 win against Minerva, becoming the school's all-time rushing leader with a total of 3,141 rushing yards.

Carrollton enters the the post-season, ranked No. 7 and will host the Cambridge Bobcats