topped the 10,000-yard career rushing mark in Aledo's (Texas)
59-23 playoff victory over Mansfield Summit.
Gray rushed 34 times for 321 yards and five touchdowns, giving him 3,004 yards this season and 10,004 yards in a decorated career.
Three minutes into the game, the Texas-commit scored his first touchdown, darting into the end zone from 28 yards out to give Aledo an early 7-0 lead.
Leading 17-15 in the second quarter, Gray struck again, reeling off a 23-yard touchdown to push Aledo's lead to 24-15.
Gray found the end zone twice more in the second quarter, a 30-yard score following by a 4-yard touchdown as Aledo took a 38-15 lead into the locker room.
A 4-yard touchdown in the third quarter would cap Gray's scoring on the night. He now sits at No. 5 on the all-time national leading rusher list, trailing Ken Hall (11,232), Michael Hart (11,045), Kevin Parks (10,895), and Traylon Snead (10,291.)
Aledo (9-2) advances in the 4A-II playoffs to take on the winner of Riverside versus Randall. It could play as many as four more games, giving Gray plenty of opportunity to add to his already prodigious total.