6A Oregon high school football statistical leaders through Week 1

Class 6A 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.

Imarion Kelly (Roosevelt) photo by Taylor Balkom

Our complete high school football preview:

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Week 1 football recap:

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Passing Yards

Blake DeBisschop, West Linn – (19 – 32) 332 yards

Luke Johnson, Central Catholic – (21 – 37) 272 yards

Trey Martin, Oregon City – (25 – 39) 269 yards

Brayden Libby, Westview – (17 – 34) 227 yards

Imarion Kelly, Roosevelt – (14 – 24) 218 yards

Brian Mannion, Mountainside – (14 – 17) 207 yards

Logan Going, Grant – (16 – 25) 204 yards

Hunter Gerard, Aloha – (16 – 34) 203 yards

Ryan Oliver, Lakeridge – (24 – 29) 200 yards

Jack Artman, Clackamas – (8 – 21) 178 yards

Passing Touchdowns

Imarion Kelly, Roosevelt – 6 TDs (1 interception)

Luke Johnson, Central Catholic – 4 TDs (2 interceptions)

Kyle Jaekel, Sunset – 4 TDs (0 interceptions)

Jakoby Moss, Mountain View – 3 TDs (0 interceptions)

Logan Going, Grant – 3 TDs (0 interceptions)

Blake DeBisschop, West Linn – 3 TDs (1 interception)

Camren Stortro, Glencoe – 3 TDs (1 interception)

Rushing Yards

Jayden Brannan, Wilson – 189 yards on 19 carries

Michael Rincon, Jesuit – 162 yards on 23 carries

Royce Fasel, Glencoe – 160 yards on 17 carries

Robert Marquez, Southridge – 155 yards on 20 carries

Ethan Bullock, Sprague – 151 yards on 17 carries

Damir Collins, Jefferson – 149 yards on 15 carries

Caleb Kim, Sunset – 144 yards on 16 carries

Emilio Hernandez, Century – 141 yards on 10 carries

Andrew Oliver, Lakeridge – 135 yards on 20 carries

Preston Ginter, McMinnville – 130 yards on 12 carries

Elijah Garcia, Century – 98 yards on 18 carries

Rushing Touchdowns

Gavin Haines, West Linn – 3 TDs

Andrew Oliver, Lakeridge – 2 TDs

Caleb Kim, Sunset – 2 TDs

Jayden Brown, Grants Pass – 2 TDs

Royce Fasel, Glencoe – 2 TDs

Kyle Moxley, Southridge – 2 TDs

Preston Ginter, McMinnville – 2 TDs

Jaxon Shaw, Clackamas – 2 TDs

Damir Collins, Jefferson – 2 TDs

Jayden Brannan, Wilson – 2 TDs

Receiving Yards

Drew Bennett, Westview – 155 yards on 5 receptions

Joey Shaw, Oregon City – 137 yards on 12 receptions

Andrew Simpson, Mountainside – 124 yards on 10 receptions

Braden Woods, McMinnville – 106 yards on 6 receptions

Tanner Volk, Aloha – 104 yards on 5 receptions

Timon Davis, Grant – 102 yards on 6 receptions

Jahleel Heath, Oregon City – 95 yards on 5 receptions

Jacob Pollock, Sherwood – 92 yards on 6 receptions

Jordan King, Central Catholic – 91 yards on 6 receptions

Ethan Jones, Liberty – 89 yards on 7 receptions

Receiving Touchdowns

Jackson Flatner, Roosevelt – 5 TDs

Tyler Cox, Glencoe – 3 TDs

Jordan King, Central Catholic – 2 TDs

Hunter Leeder, Mountain View – 2 TDs

Nick Molitor, Sunset – 2 TDs

Andrew Simpson, Mountainside – 2 TDs

Tackles

Patrick Brown, Cleveland – 18 tackles

Jason Davis, Jefferson – 14 tackles

Zac Waible, Lakeridge – 13 tackles

Thomas Merkord, Mountain View – 13 tackles

Jake Reichle, Lakeridge – 13 tackles

Nathan Smith, Liberty – 13 tackles

Jackson Kane, Barlow – 12 tackles

Andrew Collins, Barlow – 12 tackles

Jeremiah Matthews, Jefferson – 11.5 tackles

Sacks

Gage Cota, Gresham – 3 sacks

Brady Kopetz, Lincoln – 2 sacks

Interceptions

Dawson Coder, Gresham – 3 interceptions

Jake Reichle, Lakeridge – 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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