4A Oregon high school football final statistical leaders for 2021 spring season

Here are the final Class 4A football statistical leaders for the 2021 spring season, based on information provided by coaches and statisticians.

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Kiez White (McLoughlin) photo by Shelly R. Shuler

Passing Yards

Dom Montiel, Marshfield – 1,711 yards (129 of 198)

Cooper Gobel, Banks – 1,428 yards (91 of 128)

A.J. Anderson, North Eugene – 1,124 yards (80 of 116)

Joey Laing, Marist Catholic – 1,101 yards (61 of 107)

Nate Vidlak, Hidden Valley – 897 yards (68 of 98)

Aiden Tyler, Sweet Home – 888 yards (67 of 161)

Tim Orr, Henley – 845 yards (57 of 112)

Jacob Hage, Cascade – 837 yards (47 of 87)

Kaden Harris, Milwaukie – 653 yards (56 of 117) 

Tristan Lee, Mazama – 643 yards (31 of 49)

Markus Everitt, Newport – 607 yards (31 of 47)

Jordan Blem, Woodburn – 538 yards (35 of 77)

Gabe Gambleton, Baker – 481 yards (30 of 78)

Trent Buchler, Tillamook – 474 yards (49 of 98)

Ruben Hernandez, Ontario – 469 yards (49 of 83)

Dru Boyle, Madras – 358 yards (27 of 68)

Brady Owen, Gladstone – 339 yards (11 of 21)

Jaydon Twedell, North Valley – 336 yards (28 of 57)

Passing TD

Dom Montiel, Marshfield – 22 (4 interceptions)

Cooper Gobel, Banks – 18 (2 interceptions)

A.J. Anderson, North Eugene – 11 (6 interceptions)

Nate Vidlak, Hidden Valley – 11 (2 interceptions)

Tim Orr, Henley – 10 (4 interceptions)

Joey Laing, Marist Catholic – 9 (2 interceptions)

Tristan Lee, Mazama – 8 (0 interceptions)

Aiden Tyler, Sweet Home – 7 (4 interceptions)

Markus Everitt, Newport – 6 (2 interception)

Gabe Gambleton, Baker – 6 (5 interceptions)

Mateo Burgos, Gladstone – 5 (1 interception)

Jacob Hage, Cascade – 5 (2 interceptions)

Jordan Blem, Woodburn – 4 (7 interceptions)

Nick Herndon, McLoughlin – 4 (2 interceptions)

Brady Owen, Gladstone – 4 (1 interception)

Rushing Yards

Sabastian Pfeiffer, Gladstone – 1,155 yards (109 carries)

Kiez White, McLoughlin – 781 yards (97 carries)

Lucas Tuski, Marist Catholic – 717 yards (105 carries)

Gauge Bloomer, Baker – 682 yards (116 carries)

Hogan Smith, Crook County – 679 yards (115 carries)

Isaiah Schaffer, Estacada – 582 yards (71 carries)

Zeke Heaton, Mazama – 571 yards (108 carries)

Tobias Powers, Hidden Valley – 532 yards (62 carries)

Cole Beyer, Woodburn – 494 yards (72 carries)

Blake Lewis, Cascade – 485 yards (46 carries)

Cory James, Estacada – 485 yards (47 carries)

Jacob Hage, Cascade – 475 yards (58 carries)

Michael Moore, Astoria – 472 yards (61 carries)

Lance Vanhoose, Cascade – 438 yards (53 carries)

Tommy Cousins, North Marion – 433 yards (65 carries)

Tanner Saucedo, North Marion – 368 yards (75 carries)

Trent Buchler, Tillamook – 352 yards (66 carries)

Jamar Flippen, Banks – 340 yards (46 carries)

Gabe Gambleton, Baker – 327 yards (61 carries)

Jake Behrman, Estacada – 315 yards (52 carries)

Waylon Riedel, Estacada – 299 yards (55 carries)

Aiden Tyler, Sweet Home – 289 yards (53 carries)

Cade Gaskey, Sweet Home – 279 yards (65 carries)

Marcus Ledesma, North Marion – 277 yards (44 carries)

Rushing TD

Sabastian Pfeiffer, Gladstone – 15

Lucas Tuski, Marist Catholic – 12

Hogan Smith, Crook County – 11

Gabe Gambleton, Baker – 9

Kiez White, McLoughlin – 9

Jacob Hage, Cascade – 8

Zeke Heaton, Mazama – 8

Blake Lewis, Cascade – 8

Michael Moore, Astoria – 8

Isaiah Schaffer, Estacada – 8

Andrew Teubner, Seaside – 7

Jamar Flippen, Banks – 7

Marcus Ledesma, North Marion – 7

Cole Beyer, Woodburn – 6

Braden Carson, La Grande – 6

Jake Behrman, Estacada – 5

Trent Buchler, Tillamook – 5

Tulson Higgins, Henley – 5

Tanner Saucedo, North Marion – 5

Nate Vidlak, Hidden Valley – 5

Colby Anderson, Mazama – 4

Markus Evereitt, Newport – 4

Cory James, Estacada – 4

David Kanoff, Cascade – 4

Tristan Lee, Mazama – 4

Lucas Patterson, Marist Catholic – 4

Tobias Powers, Hidden Valley – 4

Waylon Riedel, Estacada – 4

Receiving Yards

Charlie White, Banks – 604 yards (32 receptions)

Noah Niblett, Marshfield – 592 yards (38 receptions)

Hagan Stephenson, Marist Catholic – 519 yards (22 receptions)

Pierce Davidson, Marshfield – 465 yards (33 receptions)

Aaron Brown, Banks – 451 yards (24 receptions)

Cole Brosterhous, Mazama – 429 yards (18 receptions)

Jeremiah Noga, Hidden Valley – 425 yards (29 receptions)

Cole Baxter, Sweet Home – 413 yards (31 receptions)

DJ Daugherty, Marshfield – 412 yards (33 receptions)

Nolan Wyers, North Eugene – 400 yards (26 receptions)

Jude Ashpole, Gladstone – 397 yards (16 receptions)

Dylan Coughran, North Eugene – 319 yards (23 receptions)

Colin Smittle, Cascade – 294 yards (15 receptions)

Kaden Myer, Baker – 263 yards (12 receptions)

Dylan Martin, Marist Catholic – 253 yards (14 receptions)

Nick Doherty, McLoughlin – 252 yards (7 receptions)

Marcos Grigalva, Ontario – 252 yards (15 receptions)

Carlos Delarosa, Baker – 235 yards (17 receptions)

Lucas Patterson, Marist Catholic – 235 yards (11 receptions)

Jack Walker, Banks – 231 yards (19 receptions)

Cole Plum-Kazmierczak, North Eugene – 224 yards (20 receptions)

Tomas Veliz, Woodburn – 222 yards (12 receptions)

Isaac Schnepp, Cascade – 211 yards (14 receptions)

Brody Thomson, Milwaukie – 203 yards (15 receptions)

Joe Northcutt, Henley – 196 yards (11 receptions)

David Kanoff, Cascade – 194 yards (9 receptions)

Lawrence Matusik, Hidden Valley – 188 yards (16 receptions)

Mitchell Johnson, Newport – 181 yards (9 receptions)

Receiving TD

DJ Daugherty, Marshfield – 10

Charlie White, Banks – 9

Jude Ashpole, Gladstone – 8

Hagan Stephenson, Marist Catholic – 8

Jeremiah Noga, Hidden Valley – 7

Cole Brosterhous, Mazama – 6

Aaron Brown, Banks – 5

Nick Doherty, McLoughlin – 5

Pierce Davidson, Marshfield – 4

Kaden Myer, Baker – 4

Noah Niblett, Marshfield – 4

Cole Plum-Kazmierczak, North Eugene – 4

Tackles

Cole Beyer, Woodburn – 85

Ezra Waterman, Marshfield – 74

Zane Garvey, Milwaukie – 53

Blake Lewis, Cascade – 51

Tulson Higgins, Henley – 45

Aaron Hutchins, Marshfield – 45

Charlie White, Banks – 45

Santi Roque, Woodburn – 44

Elliott King, Banks – 42

Trevyn Smith, Crook County – 42

Miguel Velazquez, Marshfield – 42

Brayden Duke, Crook County – 41

Noah Niblett, Marshfield – 40

Tommy Cousins, North Marion – 39

Dylan Srnowski, Henley – 39

Micah Nava, Woodburn – 38

Cole Plum-Kazmierczak, North Eugene – 38

William Blansett, Marist Catholic – 37

Ramsey Hering, Banks – 37

Michael Warren, North Eugene – 37

Sean Lachapelle, Milwaukie – 35

Hogan Smith, Crook County – 35

Jeremiah Smith, Madras – 35

Lance Vanhoose, Cascade – 35

Reece White, Madras – 34

Matthew Iwamizu, Hidden Valley – 32

Tyler Exline, Banks – 31

Dylan Coughran, North Eugene – 30

Cade Northcutt, Henley – 30

Sabastian Pfeiffer, Gladstone – 30

Daniel Yancey, Mazama – 30

Jude Ashpole, Gladstone – 29

Wolfgang Betts, Marist Catholic – 29

Nathaniel Cook, North Eugene – 29

Andrew Igontov, Milwaukie – 29

Christian Lyda, Banks – 29

Hayden Murphy, Marshfield – 29

Marcello Valadez, Phoenix – 29

Jordan Blem, Woodburn – 28

Owen McOmber, Marist Catholic – 28

Joseph Rhodes, North Marion – 28

Kellen Sande, Cascade – 28

Isaac Schnepp, Cascade – 28

Hagan Stephenson, Marist Catholic – 27

Tackles for Loss

Ezra Waterman, Marshfield – 13

Santi Roque, Woodburn – 11.5

Ramsey Hering, Banks – 11

Tyler Exline, Banks – 9.5

Joe Northcutt, Henley – 9

Ethan Finnigan, Gladstone – 8

Zane Garvey, Milwaukie – 8

Isaac Schnepp, Cascade – 8

Nathaniel Cook, North Eugene – 7

Liua Falepapalangi, Woodburn – 7

Blake Lewis, Cascade – 7

Jackson Pickette, Woodburn – 7

Lance Vanhoose, Cascade – 7

Peyton Wright, Mazama – 6.5

Tulson Higgins, Henley – 6

Matthew Iwamizu, Hidden Valley – 6

Elliott King, Banks – 6

Tanner Saucedo, North Marion – 6

Michael Warren, North Eugene – 6

Charlie White, Banks – 6

Reece White, Madras – 6

Jude Ashpole, Gladstone – 5

Cole Beyer, Woodburn – 5

Carlos Martinez, North Eugene – 5

Sabastian Pfeiffer, Gladstone – 5

Kellen Sande, Cascade – 5

Blake Schubert, Hidden Valley – 5

Toby Johnston, Marshfield – 4.5

Trevor Sharrar, Phoenix – 4.5

Miguel Velazquez, Marshfield – 4.5

Sacks

Nathaniel Cook, North Eugene – 5

Kellen Sande, Cascade – 5

Daevon Vereen, Banks – 4.5

Peyton Wright, Mazama – 4.5

Blake Lewis, Cascade – 4

Tanner Saucedo, North Marion – 4

Isaac Schnepp, Cascade – 4

Lance Vanhoose, Cascade – 4

Charlie White, Banks – 4

Wolfgang Betts, Marist Catholic – 3.5

Tyler Exline, Banks – 3.5

Brayden Duke, Crook County – 3

Ethan Finnigan, Gladstone – 3

Tulson Higgins, Henley – 3

Jordan Lewis, Newport – 3

Carlos Martinez, North Eugene – 3

Tanner Relling, Marist Catholic – 3

Shane Shepherd, Mazama – 3

Michael Warren, North Eugene – 3

Interceptions

DJ Daugherty, Marshfield – 5

Austin Marler, Sweet Home – 5

Gabe Gambleton, Baker – 3

Mitchell Johnson, Newport – 3

Trevyn Smith, Crook County – 3

Kaiden Ayoma, Marist Catholic – 2

Kaleb Bartel, Seaside – 2

Cole Beyer, Woodburn – 2

Tate Brechbiel, Gladstone – 2

Jaylin Jenkins, North Valley – 2

Tanner Kraushaar, Seaside – 2

Sean Lachapelle, Milwaukie – 2

Ryan Lee, Gladstone – 2

Ben Mahaffey, Marshfield – 2

Maddux Mateski, Marshfield – 2

Noah Niblett, Marshfield – 2

Lucas Patterson, Marist Catholic – 2

Cole Plum-Kazmierczak, North Eugene – 2

Johan Poland, Madras – 2

Hudson Spike, Baker – 2

Brody Thomson, Milwaukie – 2

Tomas Veliz, Woodburn – 2

Caleb Waits, Mazama – 2

Jack Walker, Banks – 2

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