If you look in the high-school record books for the state of Michigan, you'll find Andrew Copp's name right at the top.
But don't look for the Winnipeg Jets prospect and United States national junior team hopeful in the state's hockey record book. No, for Copp, a native of Ann Arbor, you have to flip through the state football record book.
There, at the top of the listings for most passing yards and passing touchdowns in a game, you'll see Andrew Copp, senior, Skyline High School.
Sept. 23, 2011, against crosstown rival Pioneer High School, Copp threw for a state-record 557 yards and seven touchdowns, but his team lost 52-49.