NOXAPATER 70, THOMASTOWN 6 (HOME) 9-17-99
The Tigers got nine touchdowns, nine extra points, a field goal, and two safeties to amass the highest number of points in school history. De Hornesburger, Matthew Stone, J.E. Haynes, Corey Moore, Dee Hathorn, and Sed Eichelberger all had touchdowns in the rout.
NOXAPATER 67, McADAMS 12 (HOME) 10-26-73
Billy Joe Ricks and A.J. Carter had two touchdowns each while Barry Hatcher, Chris Robinson, Sedrick Young, Doris Ricks, Paul Reynolds, and Henry Lee Triplett all added scores. Crawford Parker kicked seven PAT's to round out the scoring. McAdams' Billy Ray Bates, who later played for the NBA Portland Trailblazers, got both McAdams touchdowns on kickoff returns.
NOXAPATER 64, KILMICHAEL 6 (HOME) 10-4-74
Noxapater got nine touchdowns and five two-point conversions to win by 58 points, the largest margin of victory in school history. Doris Ricks, Don Boatner, Sedrick Young, and Alfred Henson all had touchdowns in the first quarter as the lead swelled to 30-0 after only twelve minutes of play. Cyrus Young, Sedrick Young, Sherman Glass, Quintin Hensley, and Alvin Moore added touchdowns in the rout. Noxapater led 20-2 in first downs and 484-97 in total offense. The Tigers got conversions from Cyrus Young (2), Ricks, Paul Reynolds, and Alvin Moore.
NOXAPATER 62, EDINBURG 6 (HOME) 9-1-89
Coach Mike Hatcher opened the season with a laugher. Anthony Robertson led the rushing attack with 137 yards on seven carries and two touchdowns in limited playing time. Chris Hathorn and Ken Wash both had over 90 yards and a touchdown. Willie Hudson scored in four different ways. He ran, caught, returned a punt and an interception for touchdowns. This was the first of eleven straight wins.
NOXAPATER 61, MATHISTON 13 (HOME) 9-21-84
The powerful Tiger offense was led by Sedrick Jordan, Steven Lee, and Darvin Williams. Noxapater had scored 55 the previous week to give the team 116 points in a seven day span. Jordan would have 16 touchdowns on the season, good for fourth place in school history.
NOXAPATER 58, SEBASTOPOL 14 (HOME) 9-3-99
Dee Hathorn, De Hornesburger, Matthew Stone, Mackenzie McDonald, and Ryan Smith scored touchdowns to give Noxapater a 35-0 lead in the second quarter. Hornesburger added another touchdown late in the half and the Tigers led 42-7 at the break. Stone and Derek Carter added touchdowns in the third quarter and Scott Shurden hit a 38-yard field goal in the fourth.
NOXAPATER 56, THOMASTOWN 0 (HOME) 9-18-87
The Tigers piled up 327 yards rushing and got six different players in the scoring column. Eugene Carter had two touchdown runs and caught another. Javis Wragg added two more on the ground as did his brother Tim. Ken Wash ran the last score. Zeph Lyons caught one conversion pass and Wert Spiva kicked six PAT's.
NOXAPATER 55, VARDAMAN 0 (HOME) 9-19-80
The Tigers got eight touchdowns from seven different players in the blowout win. Ricky Phillips had a one-yard run to open the assault and then threw 33 yards to Willie B. Moore. Antonio Moore, Charles Mays, Kenny Boswell, and Norris Suttles added touchdown runs and the latter also scored on an 11-yard pass from Tracy Lynch. Harry Hall preserved the shutout with an interception on the one-yard line and returned it 99 yards for six points. The 1980 team would total 391 points on the year, an all-time high.
NOXAPATER 55, MABEN 16 (AWAY) 9-14-84
Sedrick Jordan had three touchdowns rushing to lead the onslaught. Steven Lee and Darvin Williams also scored as Noxapater moved to #3 in the state AP poll the following week.
NOXAPATER 54, FRENCH CAMP 0 (HOME) 10-23-81
Tiger quarterback Tracy Lynch threw four touchdown passes to tie Ricky Haggard's school record. The scoring tosses were to Willie Crosby (34 yards), Kimball Nichols (31 yards), and Charles Jordan (93 and 16 yards). Jordan's long reception matched Bennie Earl Moore's school record in that department. Dow Kennedy added three short touchdown runs and Nichols ran for another in the easy win.
NOXAPATER 54, McADAMS 0 (HOME) 10-25-74
McAdams went with a shotgun offense with the quarterback ten yards deep to avoid the rush. The result was three safeties for Noxapater on poor snaps. McAdams only had 31 yards total offense in the game. Doris Ricks, Alfred Henson, Paul Reynolds, Don Boatner, Billy Gene McNeel, and Thomas Spiva all scored touchdowns for the Tigers.
NOXAPATER 53, EDINBURG 0 (HOME) 9-7-57
Jackie Oglesby scored three times and Jimmy Clay added two touchdowns to provide the bulk of the points for Coach Leon Burton's Tigers. Jimmy Kemp, Walter Kelly, and Ralph Price also had touchdown runs. Until the McAdams game in 1973, this ranked as the most points ever scored. The Tigers would win the first six games of the season by the combined score of 196-12. Opening holes for Noxapater were Willard Clay, Jerry Webb, Dwight Moore, Homer McBrayer, Paul Allen, and Asa Thomas.