5A Oregon high school football statistical leaders through Week 1

Class 5A football statistical leaders through Week 1, based on information provided by coaches and statisticians.

Leaders will be updated throughout the season. Please send game-by-game stats to orehssports@gmail.com. Is your team missing? Encourage your coach to respond to requests for stats.

Josiah Davis (North Salem) photo by Leon Neuschwander

Our complete high school football preview:

Breaking down every 6A, 5A, 4A team in the state

Week 1 football recap:

Friday | Saturday

Passing Yards

Chase Hix, Wilsonville – (15 – 36) 307 yards

Michael Cale, West Albany – (23 – 50) 222 yards

Carter Steeves, Corvallis – (13 – 17) 215 yards

Ui Ale, McKay – (11 – 25) 186 yards

Ashton Foster, Dallas – (13 – 18) 186 yards

Dane Woodcook, Willamette – (8 – 16) 163 yards

Cole Weber, Lebanon – (10 – 18) 143 yards

Coleman Compton, North Bend – (12 – 30) 139 yards

Lukas McNabb, Scappoose – (11 – 16) 123 yards

Hayden Parrish, Redmond – (13 – 26) 115 yards

Passing Touchdowns

Chase Hix, Wilsonville – 4 TDs (2 interceptions)

Carter Steeves, Corvallis – 3 TDs (1 interception)

Lukas McNabb, Scappoose – 2 TDs (0 interceptions)

Dane Woodcook, Willamette – 2 TDs (0 interceptions)

Rushing Yards

Tanner Fletcher, Hood River Valley – 313 yards on 38 carries

Gannon Jeter, Ridgeview – 195 yards on 23 carries

Austin Carter, Redmond – 182 yards on 32 carries

Slade Shufelt, Hillsboro – 171 yards on 10 carries

Bryce Indell, Willamette – 166 yards on 10 carries

Adonai Nava-Perez, Hillsboro – 123 yards on 9 carries

Logan Person, Dallas – 114 yards on carries

Connor Dye, Springfield – 114 yards on 23 carries

Josiah Davis, North Salem – 113 yards on 18 carries

Rushing Touchdowns

Adonai Nava-Perez, Hillsboro – 5 TDs

Austin Carter, Redmond – 3 TDs

Tanner Fletcher, Hood River Valley – 3 TDs

Bryce Indell, Willamette – 3 TDs

Gannon Jeter, Ridgeview – 2 TDs

Slade Shufelt, Hillsboro – 2 TDs

Josiah Davis, North Salem – 2 TDs

Receiving Yards

Griff Bushnell, Willamette – 129 yards on 6 receptions

Chansse Lee, McKay – 96 yards on 5 receptions

Carson Wright, Corvallis – 93 yards on 8 receptions

Payton Dart, Wilsonville – 91 yards on 4 receptions

Logan Johnson, Scappoose – 88 yards on 5 receptions

Vandon Fessler, Silverton – 80 yards on 6 receptions

Kellen Hartford, Wilsonville – 75 yards on 1 reception

John Hofenbredl, Dallas – 74 yards on 4 receptions

Cole Schaffner, West Albany – 74 yards on 5 receptions

David Ortiz, McKay – 72 yards on 2 receptions

Receiving Touchdowns

Justin Slothower, Wilsonville – 2 TDs

Griff Bushnell, Willamette – 2 TDs

Brady Hankins, Corvallis – 2 TDs

Logan Johnson, Scappoose – 2 TDs

Tackles

Konrad Hoyer, Crescent Valley – 17 tackles

Tyler Pfeifer, Silverton – 16 tackles

Brian Coburn, McKay – 13 tackles

Hunter Frohnert, Forest Grove – 12 tackles

Connor Nash, Dallas – 12 tackles

Dane Sipos, Lebanon – 12 tackles

Reagan Scheffler, Eagle Point – 11 tackles

Rochne Beecham, Willamette – 10 tackles

Bryce Indell, Willamette – 10 tackles

Jake Moore, Wilsonville – 10 tackles

Sacks

Austin Dalton, Crescent Valley – 3 sacks

Colton Richardson, Dallas – 3 sacks

Demetri Harris, Dallas – 2 sacks

Shane Parrow, Forest Grove – 2 sacks

Caleb Lambert, Crescent Valley – 2 sacks

Mason Archer, Scappoose – 1.5 sacks

Cade Butterworth, Wilsonville – 1.5 sacks

Forced Fumbles

Michael Ellis, Hillsboro – 2 forced fumbles

Reagan Scheffler, Eagle Point – 2 forced fumbles

Interceptions

Caeden Zamora, West Albany – 2 interceptions

Our complete high school football preview:

Breaking down every 6A, 5A, 4A team in the state

Week 1 football recap:

Friday | Saturday

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