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Red Devils' Clay caps career with stellar night against Indians

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November 8, 2007

Albany -  Randolph-Clay running back Chris Clay capped off his Red Devil career with 450 yards rushing and four touchdowns  in Randolph-Clay's 40-19 win over Albany High.

A four year starter, Clay finished the season with 2,022 yards.

He scored one touchdown in the first half and set up another with a 62-yard run.

Clay scored three touchdowns in the second half with two coming in the third quarter.

His yardage total in his final career game was 26 yards short of the single season record set by Don Calloway at Miller County in 1999.

Clay ends his career as the third all-time leading rusher in Georgia High School history with 7,695 yards.

Albany High ends the season winless for a second consecutive season and has now lost 21 straight games.

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