Lodgepole RB sets two state records Josh Frerichs scores 10 touchdowns in 75-70 loss to Minatare By MARK REIN For the Star-Herald LODGEPOLE — Ten touchdowns, 395 yards rushing, 70 points and two state records. Many football players strive to meet one of these goals, but Lodgepole’s Josh Frerichs achieved them all in just one game Friday night. For his spectacular effort Friday night, Frerichs was named the Star-Herald Boys Prep Athlete of the Week. Frerichs’ 395 yards broke the school record for most rushing yards, which Frerichs held after a 325 yard performance last year against Minatare. The previous best rushing mark was set in 1999 by Jessie Taylor. That wasn’t the only record Frerichs set Friday night. He also set two Nebraska eight-man records for most points scored by one individual and most touchdowns by one player. The previous best in most touchdowns was nine set by Malcolm’s Larry Frost in 1963, and 64 points set by St. Edward’s Chad Micek in 1988. Frerichs accomplished all that Friday night, but he couldn’t lead his Lodgepole teammates to a victory as Minatare outscored the Panthers 75-70 in one of the highest scoring games between two teams in the area. Friday’s game fell four points short of the state record for total combined points scored in a single eight-man game set in 1994 by Culbertson and Elwood.