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Henderson and Ouachita Revive Battle of the Ravine Rivalry | Sept. 7, 1996

After a three-year hiatus due to the two schools jumping into the NCAA DII ranks, Henderson State defeats Ouachita Baptist 21-17 in front of a record 10,691 fans at Carpenter-Haygood Stadium in the 72nd Battle of the Ravine. With HSU down 17-14, Bradford Bragg comes through with the deciding play for the Reddies as he breaks off a 73-yard, game-winning touchdown run in the fourth quarter. The victory is Henderson’s fifth-straight in the series dating back to 1989.

Reddies Shatter Offensive Records in Maxfield’s 50th Win | Sept. 7, 2013

Kevin Rodgers throws for 468 yards and six touchdowns, and the Reddies rack up a school-record 855 yards of total offense in an 82-10 thrashing of Southern Nazarene. The win is Maxfield’s 50th at Henderson State. It is the first time in 89 years that HSU has scored 80 or more points in a game and remains the only time in program history that the Reddies have eclipsed 800 or more yards of offense in a single game.

Volleyball Defeats Lane and Belmont Abbey, Extends Winning Streak | Sept. 7, 2019

The Reddies get 20 kills from Courtney Bolf and outlast Belmont Abbey 3-2 for their second victory of the day after sweeping Lane College. The two wins extend Henderson’s winning streak to seven-straight matches — a streak which will eventually hit 14-straight victories.

Maxfield Records 100th Win at Henderson State | Sept. 7, 2019

Behind three receiving touchdowns from L’liott Curry, the Reddies go into Shawnee, Oklahoma and defeat Oklahoma Baptist 35-28 in the season opener for both teams. The victory is the 100th of head coach Scott Maxfield’s career at Henderson and puts him next to legend Sporty Carpenter as the only two coaches in program history to win 100 or more contests at the school.