By The Numbers: Chase Harrison

Centerville QB Chase Harrison (photo from

It has been a historic run for Centerville quarterback Chase Harrison. A starter since his freshman year for the Elks, Harrison is back in 2021 to write the final chapter of his legacy at the school.

Harrison, who recently committed to Marshall, holds the Centerville records for touchdown passes in a game, touchdown passes in a season, touchdown passes in a career and passing yards in a career. He is 1,500 yards away from breaking into the top 50 for career passing yards in Ohio and 21 touchdown passes from cracking the top 50 for career touchdown passes in the Buckeye state.

Here is a look at Harrison, By The Numbers.

1 – Games of 100 yards or more rushing in his career
2 – Most rushing touchdowns in a game (twice)
3 – Rushing touchdowns as a freshman
4 – Rushing touchdowns as a sophomore
4 – Rushing touchdowns as a junior
5 – Most passing touchdowns in a game (three times)
6 – Games with 300 yards or more of total offense in his career
9 – Passing touchdowns as a freshman
10 – Games with three or more passing touchdowns in his career
11 – Rushing touchdowns in his career
12 – Games of 200 yards passing or more in his career
18 – Passing touchdowns as a junior
24 – Passing touchdowns as a sophomore
51 – Passing touchdowns in his career
62 – Total touchdowns accounted for in his career
116 – Career high rushing yards in a game (at Beavercreek – 10/26/18)
138 – Yards rushing as a junior
   180 – Yards rushing as a sophomore
203 – Yards rushing as a freshman
366 – Career high passing yards in a game (at Springfield – 10/17/19)
380 – Career high yards of total offense in a game (at Springfield – 10/17/19)
   521 – Yards rushing in his career
1,446 – Yards passing as a freshman
1,649 – Yards of total offense as a freshman
1,721 – Yards passing as a junior
1,859 – Yards of total offense as a junior
2,458 – Yards passing as a sophomore
2,638 – Yards of total offense as a sophomore
5,525 – Yards passing in his career
6,046 – Yards of total offense in his career

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