4A Oregon high school football statistical leaders through Week 3

Class 4A football statistical leaders through Week 3, 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. 

Jamar Flippen (Banks) photo by Leon Neuschwander

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Passing yards

Dom Montiel, Marshfield – 759 yards (48 of 77)

Cooper Gobel, Banks – 709 yards (50 of 70)

A.J. Anderson, North Eugene – 666 yards (47 of 68)

Joe Laing, Marist Catholic – 564 yards (33 of 53)

Kaden Harris, Milwaukie – 518 yards (42 of 86) 

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

Jacob Hage, Cascade – 440 yards (26 of 47)

Tim Orr, Henley – 366 yards (36 of 60) 

Trent Buchler, Tillamook – 356 yards (33 of 62)

Aiden Tyler, Sweet Home – 323 yards (28 of 73)

Tristan Lee, Mazama – 299 yards (13 of 20)

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

Paul Hobson, Baker – 266 yards (20 of 40) 

Passing touchdowns

Dom Montiel, Marshfield – 11 (2 interceptions)

Cooper Gobel, Banks – 10 (2 interceptions)

Nate Vidlak, Hidden Valley – 7 (0 interceptions)

Joe Laing, Marist Catholic – 6 (0 interceptions)

Tim Orr, Henley – 6 (1 interception)

A.J. Anderson, North Eugene – 5 (2 interceptions)

Mateo Burgos, Gladstone – 4 (0 interceptions)

Nick Herndon, McLoughlin – 4 (1 interception)

Tristan Lee, Mazama – 4 (0 interceptions)

Aiden Tyler, Sweet Home – 4 (1 interception)

Jacob Hage, Cascade – 3 (0 interceptions)

Kaden Harris, Milwaukie – 3 (5 interceptions)

Carson Kawasoe, Seaside – 3 (0 interceptions)

Rushing yards

Sebastian Pfeiffer, Gladstone – 559 yards (45 carries)

Zeke Heaton, Mazama – 313 yards (56 carries)

Trent Buchler, Tillamook – 309 yards (42 carries)

Lucas Tuski, Marist Catholic – 304 yards (43 carries)

Cory James, Estacada – 283 yards (21 carries)

Andrew Teubner, Seaside – 282 yards (28 carries)

Isaiah Schaffer, Estacada – 279 yards (33 carries)

Hogan Smith, Crook County – 279 yards (44 carries)

Gauge Bloomer, Baker – 269 yards (56 carries)

Tommy Cousins, North Marion – 256 yards (40 carries)

Jake Behrman, Estacada – 239 yards (32 carries)

Lance Vanhoose, Cascade – 233 yards (37 carries)

Aiden Tyler, Sweet Home – 231 yards (32 carries)

Cade Gaskey, Sweet Home – 200 yards (46 carries)

Kiez White, McLoughlin – 200 yards (35 carries)

Daniel Yancey, Mazama – 187 yards (32 carries)

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

Jamar Flippen, Banks – 144 yards (22 carries)

Rushing touchdowns

Sebastian Pfeiffer, Gladstone – 8

Andrew Teubner, Seaside – 7

Lucas Tuski, Marist Catholic – 7

Hogan Smith, Crook County – 5

Trent Buchler, Tillamook – 4

Gabe Gambleton, Baker – 4

Jacob Hage, Cascade – 4

Zeke Heaton, Mazama – 4

Isaiah Schaffer, Estacada – 4

Tristan Lee, Mazama – 4

Jake Behrman, Estacada – 3

Cade Gaskey, Sweet Home – 3

Cory James, Estacada – 3

Miguel Velazquez, Marshfield – 3

Nate Vidlak, Hidden Valley – 3

Receiving yards

Hagan Stephenson, Marist Catholic – 261 yards (10 receptions)

Charlie White, Banks – 251 yards (14 receptions)

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

DJ Daugherty, Marshfield – 231 yards (16 receptions)

Aaron Brown, Banks – 216 yards (13 receptions)

Cole Brosterhous, Mazama – 210 yards (9 receptions)

Nolan Wyers, North Eugene – 210 yards (13 receptions)

Dylan Coughran, North Eugene – 198 yards (15 receptions)

Nick Doherty, McLoughlin – 192 yards (4 receptions)

Colin Smittle, Cascade – 190 yards (10 receptions)

Dylan Martin, Marist Catholic – 183 yards (12receptions)

Noah Niblett, Marshfield – 182 yards (12 receptions)

Brody Thomson, Milwaukie – 181 yards (12 receptions)

Pierce Davidson, Marshfield – 174 yards (9 receptions)

Cole Baxter, Sweet Home – 158 yards (11 receptions)

Jude Ashpole, Gladstone – 148 yards (7 receptions)

Carlos Delarosa, Baker – 136 yards (9 receptions)

Receiving touchdowns

DJ Daugherty, Marshfield – 5

Jeremiah Noga, Hidden Valley – 5

Hagan Stephenson, Marist Catholic – 4

Charlie White, Banks – 4

Jude Ashpole, Gladstone – 3

Cole Brosterhous, Mazama – 3

Nick Doherty, McLoughlin – 3

Tackles

Ezra Waterman, Marshfield – 35

Zane Garvey, Milwaukie – 28

Miguel Velazquez, Marshfield – 26

Charlie White, Banks – 26

Cole Plum-Kazmierczak, North Eugene – 25

Elliott King, Banks – 24

Blake Lewis, Cascade – 23

Sean Lachapelle, Milwaukie – 22

Lance Vanhoose, Cascade – 22

Noah Niblett, Marshfield – 21

William Blansett, Marist Catholic – 20

Andrew Igontov, Milwaukie – 20

Matthew Iwamizu, Hidden Valley – 20

Michael Warren, North Eugene – 20

Tulson Higgins, Henley – 19

Aaron Hutchins, Marshfield – 19

Kiez White, McLoughlin – 19

Ramsey Hering, Banks – 18

Toby Johnston, Marshfield – 18

Sebastian Pfeiffer, Gladstone – 18

Dylan Srnowski, Henley – 18

Tyler Exline, Banks – 17

Hayden Murphy, Marshfield – 17

Tackles for loss

Ezra Waterman, Marshfield – 8

Ethan Finnigan, Gladstone – 7

Zane Garvey, Milwaukie – 6

Blake Lewis, Cascade – 6

Isaac Schnepp, Cascade – 6

Lance Vanhoose, Cascade – 6

Jude Ashpole, Gladstone – 5

Tyler Exline, Banks – 4

Christian Lyda, Banks – 4

Sabastian Pfeiffer, Gladstone – 4

Peyton Wright, Mazama – 4

Toby Johnston, Marshfield – 3.5

Miguel Velazquez, Marshfield – 3.5

Sacks

Blake Lewis, Cascade – 4

Peyton Wright, Mazama – 3.5

Nathaniel Cook, North Eugene – 3

Kellen Sande, Cascade – 3

Isaac Schnepp, Cascade – 3

Lance Vanhoose, Cascade – 3

Interceptions

Austin Marler, Sweet Home – 5

DJ Daugherty, Marshfield – 4

Gabe Gambleton, Baker – 2

Maddux Mateski, Marshfield – 2

Lucas Patterson, Marist Catholic – 2

Cole Plum-Kazmierczak, North Eugene – 2

Trevyn Smith, Crook County – 2

Brody Thomson, Milwaukie – 2

Caleb Waits, Mazama – 2

Our complete high school football preview:

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

Week 3 football recap:

Friday | Saturday

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