Mid-Willamette Conference football statistical leaders through Week 2

Earlier we published the Class 5A statistical leaders through two weeks of Oregon high school football.

Here, we focus specifically on the Mid-Willamette Conference. Who are the Mid-Willamette’s top passers, rushers, receivers and defensive stars through two weeks?

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.

DeMarcus Houston (West Albany) photo by Leon Neuschwander

Our complete high school football preview:

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

Week 2 football recap:

Top stars, best games, biggest wins from second week

Passing Yards

Jordan McCarty, Silverton – (33 – 64) 682 yards

Chase W Nelson, Central – (29 – 58) 495 yards

Carter Steeves, Corvallis – (30 – 55) 365 yards

Ashton Foster, Dallas – (22 – 38) 266 yards

Andreus Smith, Lebanon – (14 – 40) 240 yards

Michael Cale, West Albany – (22 – 40) 238 yards

Rocco McClave, Crescent Valley – (6 – 11) 166 yards

Passing TDs

Chase W Nelson, Central – 8 TDs (1 interception)

Carter Steeves, Corvallis – 5 TDs (3 interceptions)

Andreus Smith, Lebanon – 4 TDs (0 interceptions)

Jordan McCarty, Silverton – 3 TDs (3 interceptions)

Michael Cale, West Albany – 2 TDs (4 interceptions)

Rocco McClave, Crescent Valley – 2 TDs (1 interception)

Ashton Foster, Dallas – 2 TDs (3 interceptions)

Rushing Yards

Logan Person, Dallas – 256 yards on 26 carries

Jackson Pfeifer, Silverton – 196 yards on 31 carries

Kohler Hernandez, Central – 188 yards on 32 carries

Tyler Seiber, South Albany – 185 yards on 26 carries

Landen Parker, Crescent Valley – 165 yards on 2 carries

Brayden Burton, Lebanon – 160 yards on 44 carries

Toby Worsch, Corvallis – 154 yards on 46 carries

Jordan McCarty, Silverton – 129 yards on 22 carries

Ashton Foster, Dallas – 89 yards on 11 carries

Marcus Allen, West Albany – 80 yards on 19 carries

Rushing TDs

Jackson Pfeifer, Silverton – 4 TDs

Tyler Seiber, South Albany – 3 TDs

Jordan McCarty, Silverton – 3 TDs

Landen Parker, Crescent Valley – 2 TDs

Logan Person, Dallas – 2 TDs

Brayden Burton, Lebanon – 2 TDs

Michael Cale, West Albany – 2 TDs

Jerron Berry, South Albany – 2 TDs

Receiving Yards

Vandon Fessler, Silverton – 369 yards on 19 receptions

Myles Crandall, Central – 283 yards on 12 receptions

Carson Wright, Corvallis – 230 yards on 21 receptions

Austin Ratliff, Silverton – 182 yards on 7 receptions

Toby Worsch, Corvallis – 160 yards on 10 receptions

Brayden Currey, Lebanon – 116 yards on 5 receptions

Kolby Johnson-Sallee, Dallas – 101 yards on 8 receptions

Aaron Cooper, Central – 100 yards on 6 receptions

DeMarcus Houston, West Albany – 100 yards on 10 receptions

Nate Thompson, Corvallis – 94 yards on 9 receptions

Receiving TDs

Myles Crandall, Central – 4 TDs

Carson Wright, Corvallis – 4 TDs

Brayden Currey, Lebanon – 2 TDs

Kohler Hernandez, Central – 2 TDs

Nate Thompson, Corvallis – 2 TDs

Colton Vandetta, Lebanon – 2 TDs

DeMarcus Houston, West Albany – 2 TDs

Kolby Johnson-Sallee, Dallas – 2 TDs

Total Tackles

Owen Hess, Dallas – 22 tackles

Waylon Wolfe, Lebanon – 18 tackles

Aaron Cooper, Central – 18 tackles

Isaac Ostrom, Dallas – 17 tackles

Bensen Craig, Central – 17 tackles

Ethan Dunigan, Central – 16 tackles

Logan Person, Dallas – 15 tackles

Josh Shinkle, Central – 15 tackles

Ty Abernathy, Crescent Valley – 14 tackles

Zachary Centanni, Dallas – 14 tackles

Brayden Thiebert, Crescent Valley – 14 tackles

Tackles for Loss

Isaac Ostrom, Dallas – 4 tackles for loss

Justin Parnell, Dallas – 3 tackles for loss

Owen Hess, Dallas – 3 tackles for loss

Blake Seibert, Lebanon – 3 tackles for loss

Kolby Johnson-Sallee, Dallas – 3 tackles for loss

Carson Benedict, West Albany – 3 tackles for loss

Joey Cole, Central – 3 tackles for loss

Chase Barnes, West Albany – 2.5 tackles for loss

Josh Shinkle, Central – 2 tackles for loss

Cole Langford, Dallas – 2 tackles for loss

Corey Miller, Dallas – 2 tackles for loss

Interceptions

Andre Estrada, Central – 2 interceptions

Our complete high school football preview:

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

Week 2 football recap:

Top stars, best games, biggest wins from second week

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