November 23, 2009
Rushing record set, Parks focused on title
Since the start of the season, Virginia fans have been watching Mount Ulla (N.C.) West Rowan running back Kevin Parks Jr. closely. The 5-foot-7, 200-pound running back commitment's march to top the NCHSAA career rushing record of NC State running back Toney Baker has been a nice respite for fans in the face of a turbulent season. On Friday night in the second round of the playoffs, Parks passed Baker's 10,241 yards and kept going.
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