*All Pali Football records and info below are provided by Steve Galuzzo, Sports Editor, Palisadian Post
The 13-game winning streak is the longest in school history (11 was the previous mark by the 1976 team).
This is the second time Palisades has finished the regular season undefeated (the 1976 team went 9-0).
The 94 points allowed is the second fewest in a 10-game season behind only the 2018 team (88 points). Note: the City increased the regular season to 10 games in 1993.
The 453 points scored is the most in a 10-game regular season, breaking the record of 437 set in 1999.
This ties the school record for most consecutive winning seasons (10), matching the streak from 1969-78.
This is the sixth time Palisades has gone unbeaten and untied in league. The others: 1975, 1976, 1978, 1987 and 2019. All of them were Western League except 1987 (Crosstown).
This is Palisades’ fifth league title (second outright) in seven years. The others: 2015 (T-1st); 2016 (T-1st); 2018 (T-1st); 2019 (1st).
This is Palisades’ highest seed since the Open Division began in 2018. Pali was 7th in 2018; 6th in 2019. It is the first time Palisades will host an Open Division game.
Daniel Anoh’s 1,276 regular season rushing yards are the fourth most in team history. His 11.3 yards per carry is the highest ever. His 19 TDs are third all-time behind Terence O’Neal (22) and Ian Rubin (20).
The 34 points allowed in league is Palisades’ third lowest total ever. The 1987 team allowed 26 points in 5 Crosstown League games and the 1976 team allowed 33 points in 5 Western League games.
The 243 points scored in league (and 48.6 average) are a school record. Remarkably, this even includes seasons in which Palisades played 6 or 7 league games.
This year’s team just missed having a 1,000-yard passer (Sammy Silvia), 1,00-yard runner (Daniel Anoh) and 1,000 receiver (Moses Ross). Moses fell just short at 992 yards. The 2008 team came close also: Connor Preston 2026 passing; Khalid Stevens 1090 rushing Joseph Hyman 903 receiving.