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Washaun Ealey-Georgia Touchdown Record Holder!

By: Todd Holcomb
(Atlanta Journal-Constitution; D10 - Sat. Oct. 18, 2008; http://www.ajc.com)

Washaun Ealey remembers his first touchdown. It was his first high school game. "It was when I was in the ninth grade against Atkinson County," Ealey said. "It was more like a pass. I broke a couple of tackles. They had it in the newspaper: 'Ealey sheds tacklers.'"

Three years later, Touchdown No. 112 will make a few newspapers, too.

Ealey - who is averaging more than 2.5 touchdowns per game for Emanuel County Institute (ECI) since the first one - holds the state record for career touchdowns after scoring three Friday night against Johnson County in a 35 - 12 victory. Ealey has 113, breaking the record of Pacelli's Matt Dunham, who had 111 during the 2001 - 04 seasons.

"All I ever wanted was to get better so I could get a scholarship to Georgia," he says.

With Ealey scoring a Georgia single-season record of 58 touchdowns, ECI won its first state title in 2007 in Class A.

Ealey is one of just five state players to surpass 100 touchdowns in a career. Herschel Walker, who played at Johnson County in the late 1970's, had 86.

"The record, it's not really on my mind," he said. "It's a good thing, but we're just trying to win another state championship."

Coach Brown's Thoughts:

It is always great to see a young person accomplish something great! Washaun Ealey appears to be a humble young man along with having been Blessed with great athletic ability. I Pray that his college career is as successful as his high school career! Congratulations Washaun!!!

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