5A Oregon high school football statistical leaders through Week 4

Class 5A football statistical leaders through Week 4, 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.

Jacob Newell (Thurston) photo by Leon Neuschwander

Our complete high school football preview:

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

Week 4 football recap:

Top stars, best games, biggest wins from fourth week

Passing yards

Chase Hix, Wilsonville – (60 – 99) 1,020 yards

Jordan McCarty, Silverton – (55 – 97) 1,012 yards

Lukas McNabb, Scappoose – (70 – 116) 969 yards

Kyrin Fuimaono, McKay – (79 – 125) 848 yards

Chase W Nelson, Central – (67 – 119) 845 yards

Caiden Lacey, Eagle Point – (63 – 104) 795 yards

Chace Pence, Churchill – (43 – 82) 693 yards

Mikey Gibson, Canby – (46 – 82) 688 yards

Michael Cale, West Albany – (50 – 90) 647 yards

Rocco McClave, Crescent Valley – (46 – 90) 642 yards

Passing TD

Chase Hix, Wilsonville – 11 TDs (2 interceptions)

Mikey Gibson, Canby – 9 TDs (3 interceptions)

Lukas McNabb, Scappoose – 8 TDs (4 interceptions)

Michael Cale, West Albany – 8 TDs (5 interceptions)

Kyrin Fuimaono, McKay – 8 TDs (3 interceptions)

Chase W Nelson, Central – 8 TDs (3 interceptions)

Aidan Brenneman, Ridgeview – 7 TDs (5 interceptions)

Caiden Lacey, Eagle Point – 7 TDs (5 interceptions)

Carter Steeves, Corvallis – 7 TDs (4 interceptions)

Jordan McCarty, Silverton – 6 TDs (3 interceptions)

Andreus Smith, Lebanon – 6 TDs (2 interceptions)

Hayden Parrish, Redmond – 6 TDs (3 interceptions)

Rushing yards

Eric Pendergrass, Ridgeview – 623 yards on 104 carries

Tyler Konold, Canby – 552 yards on 60 carries

Kohler Hernandez, Central – 501 yards on 72 carries

Toby Worsch, Corvallis – 392 yards on 80 carries

Kyle Littlejohn, Redmond – 392 yards on 47 carries

Austin Mills, Churchill – 371 yards on 66 carries

Logan Person, Dallas – 362 yards on 55 carries

Brayden Burton, Lebanon – 361 yards on 64 carries

Caden Lasater, Crater – 342 yards on 65 carries

Payton Lambert, Pendleton – 339 yards on 59 carries

Rushing TD

Kyle Littlejohn, Redmond – 9 TDs

Austin Mills, Churchill – 8 TDs

Lukas McNabb, Scappoose – 7 TDs

Payton Lambert, Pendleton – 7 TDs

Eric Pendergrass, Ridgeview – 7 TDs

Kohler Hernandez, Central – 6 TDs

Tyler Konold, Canby – 6 TDs

Josiah Davis, North Salem – 6 TDs

Brayden Burton, Lebanon – 5 TDs

Toby Worsch, Corvallis – 5 TDs

Jordan McCarty, Silverton – 5 TDs

Receiving yards

Colin Stoddard, Scappoose – 556 yards on 28 receptions

Vandon Fessler, Silverton – 531 yards on 30 receptions

Riley Van Camp, Churchill – 406 yards on 12 receptions

Cooper Hiday, Wilsonville – 403 yards on 14 receptions

Myles Crandall, Central – 385 yards on 19 receptions

Chansse Lee, McKay – 373 yards on 24 receptions

Jimmie Copeland, Eagle Point – 373 yards on 19 receptions

Austin Ratliff, Silverton – 307 yards on 13 receptions

Aiden Gebhard, Redmond – 298 yards on 13 receptions

Carson Wright, Corvallis – 297 yards on 24 receptions

Receiving TD

Colin Stoddard, Scappoose – 6 TDs

Carson Wright, Corvallis – 6 TDs

Jacob Newell, Thurston – 5 TDs

Chansse Lee, McKay – 5 TDs

Cooper Hiday, Wilsonville – 5 TDs

Myles Crandall, Central – 4 TDs

Jerry Schwartz, Ridgeview – 4 TDs

Brayden Currey, Lebanon – 4 TDs

Jack Johnson, Wilsonville – 4 TDs

Total tackles

Owen Hess, Dallas – 43 tackles

Matthew Mathis, Ridgeview – 42 tackles

Waylon Wolfe, Lebanon – 42 tackles

Nick Cooper, Wilsonville – 37 tackles

Braden Snoderly, Canby – 34 tackles

Hunter Frohnert, Forest Grove – 34 tackles

Joe Brauckmiller, Canby – 33 tackles

Josiah Garibay, McKay – 33 tackles

Tackles for loss

Jimmy Jordahl, Crater – 11.5 tackles for loss

Jacob Strand, Canby – 9 tackles for loss

Patrick Simpson, Pendleton – 6 tackles for loss

Luke Frugia, Scappoose – 5 tackles for loss

Rils LaRoux, The Dalles – 5 tackles for loss

Cameron Lee, Canby – 5 tackles for loss

Josiah Garibay, McKay – 5 tackles for loss

Brogan Halsey, Redmond – 5 tackles for loss

Kyle Liscom, Pendleton – 5 tackles for loss

Caden Lasater, Crater – 4.5 tackles for loss

Sacks

Tristan Davis, Wilsonville – 5 sacks

Braden Rohde, Churchill – 5 sacks

Isaac Ostrom, Dallas – 5 sacks

Jacob Strand, Canby – 4 sacks

Maureese Sagapolutele, The Dalles – 3 sacks

Nathan Neveau, Pendleton – 3 sacks

Jimmy Jordahl, Crater – 3 sacks

Joey Cole, Central – 3 sacks

Chansse Lee, McKay – 3 sacks

Kolby Johnson-Sallee, Dallas – 3 sacks

Interceptions

Trevor Cannon, Forest Grove – 2 interceptions

David Johnson, Forest Grove – 2 interceptions

Donavyn Weddle, West Albany – 2 interceptions

Andy Soles, Canby – 2 interceptions

Tyler Rebsom, Forest Grove – 2 interceptions

Quinton Colton, Ridgeview – 2 interceptions

Lukas McNabb, Scappoose – 2 interceptions

Trey Dieringer, Scappoose – 2 interceptions

Jaden Andre, Crater – 2 interceptions

Dylan Ott, Hillsboro – 2 interceptions

Will Dau, Churchill – 2 interceptions

Joseph Olmeda, Redmond – 2 interceptions

Caden Lasater, Crater – 2 interceptions

Trey Johnson, Corvallis – 2 interceptions

Caleb Dickerson, Redmond – 2 interceptions

Andre Estrada, Central – 2 interceptions

Forced fumbles

Joel Sanchez, McKay – 2 forced fumbles

Thad Biton, McKay – 2 forced fumbles

Our complete high school football preview:

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

Week 4 football recap:

Top stars, best games, biggest wins from fourth week

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