Anderson a model of consistency for New Richmond

New Richmond QB Josh Anderson (photo courtesy of

Josh Anderson was tossed into the fire as a freshman becoming the New Richmond starting quarterback midway through the year. He took to the position like a fish to water. Anderson has been the SBAAC American Offensive Player of the Year in each of the last two seasons after running for more than 1,000 yards and passing for more than 2,000 yards in each of those campaigns. With his senior season still to come his legacy as a Lion still has one more incredible chapter to be written.

Here is a look at Anderson, By The Numbers.

4 – Passing touchdowns as a freshman
4 – Rushing touchdowns as a freshman
4 – Most passing touchdowns in a game (twice vs Taylor – 9/1/17; at Monroe – 9/8/17)
5 – Most rushing touchdowns in a game (vs Mount Healthy– 11/5/16)
6 – Games with three or more passing touchdowns in his career
10 – Rushing touchdowns as a junior
11 – Games of 200 yards passing or more in his career
11 – Games with two or more rushing touchdowns in his career
14 – Games with 300 yards or more of total offense in his career
15 – Passing touchdowns as a sophomore
16 – Games of 100 yards or more rushing in his career
20 – Rushing touchdowns as a sophomore
21 – Passing touchdowns as a junior
38 – Rushing touchdowns in his career
41 – Passing touchdowns in his career
222 – Career high rushing yards in a game (vs Western Borwn – 10/13/17)
258 – Career high passing yards in a game (vs Goshen – 10/13/17)
378 – Career high yards of total offense in a game (vs Goshen – 10/13/17)
3 41 – Yards rushing as a freshman
617 – Yards passing as a freshman
1,195 – Yards rushing as a sophomore
1,238 – Yards rushing as a junior
2,068 – Yards passing as a sophomore
2,209 – Yards passing as a junior
2,774 – Yards rushing in his career
4,894 – Yards passing in his career

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