By Matt Scalici | email@example.com
Alabama commit Derrick Henry surpassed one of the longest-standing records in all of sports on Friday night when he broke the national high school career rushing yardage record.
The Yulee, Florida native broke the 59-year-old record set by Sugarland, Texas star Ken Hall with a 52-yard touchdown run in the second quarter of Yulee's first-round playoff game against Taylor County.
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