Kade Parker

Jefferson County's Kade Parker (22) looks on from the sideline in the final minutes of the Patriots' game against Bearden. Parker set two JCHS single-game records, catching 17 passes for 183 yards receiving. – J.D. VAUGHN | THE STANDARD BANNER

Jefferson County spent a lot more practice time on shovel passes for homecoming week. Kade Parker showed why.

He took one of them for a touchdown, but that was just the tip of the iceberg. Parker set two Jefferson County single-game receiving records Friday night, catching 17 passes for 183 yards.

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