6A Oregon high school football statistical leaders through Week 4

Class 6A 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.

Sam Leavitt (Westview) photo by Taylor Balkom

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

Jack Layne, Lake Oswego – (63 – 84) 1,193 yards

Chase Harmon, West Linn – (80 – 105) 1,092 yards

Daschel Smith, South Salem – (72 – 121) 1,009 yards

Sam Leavitt, Westview – (60 – 99) 965 yards

Tyler Mahlman, Century – (78 – 158) 921 yards

Hunter Borter, Beaverton – (62 – 79) 919 yards

Imarion Kelly, Roosevelt – (52 – 89) 917 yards

Brock Thomas, Sheldon – (62 – 96) 838 yards

Logan Smith, Sprague – (61 – 103) 827 yards

Tyler Copeland, McNary – (56 – 85) 817 yards

Grady Newsom, Sunset – (59 – 85) 810 yards

Passing TD

Imarion Kelly, Roosevelt – 15 TDs (4 interceptions)

Sam Leavitt, Westview – 14 TDs (2 interceptions)

Jack Layne, Lake Oswego – 14 TDs (1 interception)

Hunter Borter, Beaverton – 13 TDs (2 interceptions)

Chase Harmon, West Linn – 12 TDs (3 interceptions)

Daschel Smith, South Salem – 11 TDs (6 interceptions)

Grady Newsom, Sunset – 10 TDs (1 interception)

Cru Newman, Central Catholic – 10 TDs (1 interception)

Logan Smith, Sprague – 9 TDs (5 interceptions)

Hiro Diamond, Liberty – 8 TDs (6 interceptions)

Tyler Copeland, McNary – 8 TDs (1 interception)

Rushing yards

Royce Fasel, Glencoe – 879 yards on 112 carries

Sayre Williamson, Mountain View – 639 yards on 87 carries

Jake Reichle, Lakeridge – 635 yards on 74 carries

Brock Thomas, Sheldon – 577 yards on 62 carries

Riley Davis, Sprague – 567 yards on 94 carries

Malakai Nutter, Bend – 559 yards on 100 carries

Price Pothier, Newberg – 541 yards on 77 carries

Jordan Fisher, Westview – 535 yards on 51 carries

Jake Fay, Barlow – 515 yards on 47 carries

Cayden Eckel, Roseburg – 507 yards on 76 carries

Jaden Poulshock, David Douglas – 504 yards on 44 carries

Rushing TD

Royce Fasel, Glencoe – 12 TDs

Sayre Williamson, Mountain View – 10 TDs

Jake Reichle, Lakeridge – 10 TDs

Brock Thomas, Sheldon – 10 TDs

Hiro Diamond, Liberty – 9 TDs

Cayden Eckel, Roseburg – 8 TDs

Malakai Nutter, Bend – 8 TDs

Jae’sean Pete, Grant – 8 TDs

Jordan Fisher, Westview – 7 TDs

Caleb Kim, Sunset – 7 TDs

Seth Glenn, Sherwood – 7 TDs

Luke Ash, Clackamas – 7 TDs

Receiving yards

Mark Hamper, West Linn – 462 yards on 32 receptions

Tini Tinitali III, South Salem – 455 yards on 25 receptions

Zack Schlottmann, Glencoe – 378 yards on 19 receptions

Jalen Ellis, Century – 372 yards on 32 receptions

Gabe Olvera, Lake Oswego – 338 yards on 21 receptions

Cristian Gonzalez, Beaverton – 327 yards on 25 receptions

Luke Leighton, Sheldon – 323 yards on 18 receptions

Jackson Tunick, Grants Pass – 317 yards on 20 receptions

Jordan King, Central Catholic – 306 yards on 15 receptions

Justius Lowe, Lake Oswego – 299 yards on 12 receptions

Braiden Copeland, McNary – 297 yards on 18 receptions

Kyron Albright, Beaverton – 295 yards on 19 receptions

Receiving TD

Cristian Gonzalez, Beaverton – 7 TDs

Mark Hamper, West Linn – 6 TDs

Gunner Smedema, McNary – 5 TDs

Demarius Branch, Roosevelt – 5 TDs

Jordan King, Central Catholic – 5 TDs

Justius Lowe, Lake Oswego – 5 TDs

Braiden Copeland, McNary – 5 TDs

Drew Rodriguez, Sprague – 5 TDs

Beckett Parker-Lisk, Franklin – 5 TDs

Total tackles

Zac Waible, Lakeridge – 58 tackles

Jonathan Curry, Lakeridge – 51 tackles

Hudson Davis, Newberg – 48 tackles

Nick Hopper, Mountain View – 43 tackles

Nui Tovey, Lakeridge – 43 tackles

Aiden Timbo, Sunset – 40 tackles

Jake Reichle, Lakeridge – 39 tackles

Bowen Stinson, Mountainside – 39 tackles

Jayden Moses, Grant – 38 tackles

Jackson Powell, Southridge – 37 tackles

Royce Fasel, Glencoe – 37 tackles

Tackles for loss

Nui Tovey, Lakeridge – 9 tackles for loss

Dre’Quan Williams, Reynolds – 6 tackles for loss

Ethan Biondine, Lakeridge – 5.5 tackles for loss

Francis Kalamafoni, Roosevelt – 5 tackles for loss

Zac Waible, Lakeridge – 5 tackles for loss

JD Henninger, Lakeridge – 5 tackles for loss

AJ Pugliano, North Medford – 5 tackles for loss

Grant Smith, Summit – 5 tackles for loss

Royce Fasel, Glencoe – 5 tackles for loss

Tiger Black, Roseburg – 4.5 tackles for loss

Bowen Stinson, Mountainside – 4.5 tackles for loss

Padraig Owens, Sunset – 4.5 tackles for loss

Sacks

Nui Tovey, Lakeridge – 5 sacks

Gus Togni, Lincoln – 5 sacks

Gavin McGuire, Lake Oswego – 5 sacks

Noah Preuitt, Clackamas – 4 sacks

Tiger Black, Roseburg – 3.5 sacks

Terrell Kim, North Medford – 3 sacks

JP Fuller Jr., Grant – 3 sacks

Caleb Clardy, David Douglas – 3 sacks

Padraig Owens, Sunset – 2.5 sacks

Interceptions

Drew Bennett, Westview – 5 interceptions

Dylan Layne, Lake Oswego – 5 interceptions

Mark Hamper, West Linn – 4 interceptions

Tommy Pempel, Lincoln – 4 interceptions

Johnny Miller, Jesuit – 3 interceptions

Dallas Kuenzi, Lakeridge – 3 interceptions

Eli Jacobs, Roseburg – 3 interceptions

Alisjah Tucker, Southridge – 3 interceptions

Drew Rodriguez, Sprague – 3 interceptions

Forced fumbles

Abraham DeJesus, Reynolds – 2 forced fumbles

Caleb Clardy, David Douglas – 2 forced fumbles

Jimmy Lathen, West Salem – 2 forced fumbles

Hudson Davis, Newberg – 2 forced fumbles

Emar’rion Winston, Central Catholic – 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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