4A Oregon high school football statistical leaders through Week 2

Class 4A football statistical leaders through Week 2, based on information provided by coaches and statisticians. 

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

Joe Laing (Marist Catholic) photo by Leon Neuschwander 

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Passing yards

Cooper Gobel, Banks – 625 yards (39 of 49)

Nate Vidlak, Hidden Valley – 493 yards (30 of 40)

A.J. Anderson, North Eugene – 483 yards (28 of 38)

Dom Montiel, Marshfield – 481 yards (36 of 53)

Joe Laing, Marist Catholic – 401 yards (20 of 36)

Jacob Hage, Cascade – 377 yards (22 of 39)

Kaden Harris, Milwaukie – 357 yards (28 of 59) 

Carson Kawasoe, Seaside – 268 yards (9 of 17)

Ruben Hernandez, Ontario – 246 yards (21 of 36)

Aiden Tyler, Sweet Home – 196 yards (18 of 54)

Passing touchdowns

Cooper Gobel, Banks – 10 TDs (0 interceptions)

Dom Montiel, Marshfield – 7 TDs (2 interceptions)

Nate Vidlak, Hidden Valley – 7 TDs (0 interceptions)

A.J. Anderson, North Eugene – 5 TDs (0 interceptions)

Mateo Burgos, Gladstone – 4 TDs (0 interceptions)

Carson Kawasoe, Seaside – 3 TDs (0 interceptions)

Joe Laing, Marist Catholic – 3 TDs (0 interceptions)

Tim Orr, Henley – 3 TDs (1 interception)  

Rushing yards

Sebastian Pfeiffer, Gladstone – 298 yards (22 carries)

Andrew Teubner, Seaside – 282 yards (28 carries)

Lucas Tuski, Marist Catholic – 271 yards (35 carries)

Hogan Smith, Crook County – 228 yards (31 carries)

Zeke Heaton, Mazama – 206 yards (31 carries)

Tommy Cousins, North Marion – 176 yards (26 carries)

Tobias Powers, Hidden Valley – 161 yards (16 carries)

Cade Gaskey, Sweet Home – 158 yards (37 carries)

Aiden Tyler, Sweet Home – 150 yards (25 carries)

Daniel Yancey, Mazama – 141 yards (24 carries)

Aedyn Cook, Seaside – 137 yards (14 carries)

Jamar Flippen, Banks – 130 yards (15 carries)

Gauge Bloomer, Baker – 117 yards (34 carries)

Colby Anderson, Mazama – 116 yards (8 carries)

Miguel Velazquez, Marshfield – 107 yards (18 carries)

Lance Van Hoose, Cascade – 100 yards (17 carries)

Rushing touchdowns

Andrew Teubner, Seaside – 7 TDs

Lucas Tuski, Marist Catholic – 6 TDs

Hogan Smith, Crook County – 5 TDs

Zeke Heaton, Mazama – 4 TDs

Sebastian Pfeiffer, Gladstone – 4 TDs

Tristan Lee, Mazama – 3 TDs

Nate Vidlak, Hidden Valley – 3 TDs

Receiving yards

Charlie White, Banks – 241 yards (12 receptions)

Jeremiah Noga, Hidden Valley – 237 yards (12 receptions)

Aaron Brown, Banks – 201 yards (10 receptions)

DJ Daugherty, Marshfield – 197 yards (14 receptions)

Dylan Coughran, North Eugene – 192 yards (12 receptions)

Colin Smittle, Cascade – 178 yards (10 receptions)

Hagan Stephenson, Marist Catholic – 160 yards (6 receptions)

Brody Thomson, Milwaukie – 148 yards (10 receptions)

Marcos Grigalva, Ontario – 143 yards (8 receptions)

Cole Brosterhous, Mazama – 140 yards (7 receptions)

Lawson Talamantez, Seaside – 135 yards (5 receptions)

Nolan Wyers, North Eugene – 132 yards (6 receptions)

Dylan Martin, Marist Catholic – 122 yards (8 receptions)

Shawn Kuenzi, Cascade – 120 yards (5 receptions)

Jack Walker, Banks – 107 yards (11 receptions)

Sean LaChapelle, Milwaukie – 104 yards (7 receptions)

Receiving touchdowns

Jeremiah Noga, Hidden Valley – 5 TDs

Charlie White, Banks – 4 TDs

Jude Ashpole, Gladstone – 3 TDs

DJ Daugherty, Marshfield – 3 TDs

Cole Brosterhous, Mazama – 2 TDs

Aaron Brown, Banks – 2 TDs

Marcos Grigalva, Ontario – 2 TDs

Cam Louie, Banks – 2 TDs

Noah Niblett, Marshfield – 2 TDs

Cole Plum-Kazmierczak, North Eugene – 2 TDs

Hagan Stephenson, Marist Catholic – 2 TDs

Tackles

Ezra Waterman, Marshfield – 23 tackles

Cole Plum-Kazmierczak, North Eugene – 22 tackles

Zane Garvey, Milwaukie – 20 tackles

Matthew Iwamizu, Hidden Valley – 20 tackles

Sean LaChapelle, Milwaukie – 18 tackles

Miguel Velazquez, Marshfield – 16 tackles

KC Kimble, Marist Catholic – 15 tackles

Aaron Hutchins, Marshfield – 14 tackles

Andrew Igontov, Milwaukie – 14 tackles

Noah Niblett, Marshfield – 14 tackles

Lance Van Hoose, Cascade – 14 tackles

Toby Johnston, Marshfield – 13 tackles

Elliott King, Banks – 12 tackles

Jeremiah Smith, Madras – 12 tackles

Brody Thomson, Milwaukie – 12 tackles

Charlie White, Banks – 12 tackles

Peyton Wright, Mazama – 12 tackles

Daniel Yancey, Mazama – 12 tackles

Owen McComber, Marist Catholic – 11 tackles

Isaac Schnepp, Cascade – 11 tackles

Blake Schubert, Hidden Valley – 11 tackles

Lawson Talamantez, Seaside – 11 tackles

Tackles for loss

Zane Garvey, Milwaukie – 5 tackles for loss

Ezra Waterman, Marshfield – 5 tackles for loss

Christian Lyda, Banks – 4 tackles for loss

Isaac Schnepp, Cascade – 4 tackles for loss

Tyler Exline, Banks – 3 tackles for loss

Aaron Hutchins, Marshfield – 3 tackles for loss

Tanner Kraushaar, Seaside – 3 tackles for loss

Lance Van Hoose, Cascade – 3 tackles for loss

Keanon Walton, Marshfield – 3 tackles for loss

Matthew Iwamizu, Hidden Valley – 2.5 tackles for loss

Miguel Velazquez, Marshfield – 2.5 tackles for loss

Peyton Wright, Mazama – 2.5 tackles for loss

Sacks

Zane Garvey, Milwaukie – 2 sacks

Blake Lewis, Cascade – 2 sacks

Lance Van Hoose, Cascade – 2 sacks

Shane Shepherd, Mazama – 2 sacks

Diego Silva-Villa, Seaside – 2 sacks

Daevon Vereen, Banks – 2 sacks

Peyton Wright, Mazama – 2 sacks

Blake Schubert, Hidden Valley – 1.5 sacks

Charlie White, Banks – 1.5 sacks

Interceptions

Austin Marler, Sweet Home – 4 interceptions

DJ Daugherty, Marshfield – 3 interceptions

Maddux Mateski, Marshfield – 2 interceptions

Lucas Patterson, Marist Catholic – 2 interceptions

Cole Plum-Kazmierczak, North Eugene – 2 interceptions

Trevyn Smith, Crook County – 2 interceptions

Our complete high school football preview:

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

Week 2 football recap:

Friday | Saturday

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