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Devin O'Sullivan, Mildred

The record for career extra points in Texas high school football fell on Friday, according to Lone Star Gridiron.

Devin O'Suillivan's second extra point of the night in a 27-24 loss to Centerville broke a 17-year-old record and gave the  Mildred (Corsicana, Texas) senior all-district linebacker/kicker his own spot in the record books. He added another later in the game to reach 229.

The week prior, he passed current New Orleans Saints kicker Garrett Hartley on the list.

Lone Star Gridiron reports that he made 46 extra points as a freshman, 83 as a sophomore and 92 as a junior - and each ranks in the Top 25 in state history. He even kicked a pair of extra points last season in Cowboys Stadium (now AT&T Field) in the 2A-II state title game.

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