Canby RB Tyler Konold voted the WaFd Bank Oregon High School Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Canby running back Tyler Konold for being voted SBLive’s WaFd Bank Oregon High School Athlete of the Week for Oct. 11-17!

The sophomore rushed for three touchdowns and about 225 yards for the Cougars in their 33-21 victory at Scappoose.

Konold received 36.46% of the vote, beating out Lebanon’s Waylon Wolfe who finished second with 28.43%. Baker’s Malaki Myer finished third with 11.53% and Sherwood’s Cody Hall finished fourth with 6.19%. There were over 53,000 votes tallied this week!

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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for the week of Oct. 11-17:

Justice Anthony, McKay: Anthony had three interceptions in the first half of the Scots’ 36-6 win over Hillsboro. 

Dominic Borges, Tualatin: Borges kicked a field goal with 2.6 seconds left to lift the Timberwolves to a thrilling 24-21 victory at Lakeridge.

Brayden Burton, Lebanon: Burton rushed for 287 yards and two touchdowns in Lebanon’s 34-14 victory against Dallas.

Caleb Clardy, David Douglas: Clardy returned two fumbles for touchdowns, highlighting the Scots’ 38-13 win over Reynolds.

Josiah Davis, North Salem: Davis rushed for 175 yards and a career-high five touchdowns, leading the Vikings to a 35-13 win over Forest Grove.

Jordan Fisher, Westview: Fisher rushed for five touchdowns — two of them on runs of 68 yards — to power the Wildcats to a 48-13 victory against Sunset. He finished with 288 yards, the third-highest total in Class 6A this season. His five touchdowns are the second-most in a game this season, behind Glencoe’s Royce Fasel’s six in Week 3. 

Kyrin Fuimaono, McKay: Fuimaono passed for about 250 yards and five touchdowns — connecting for touchdowns with four receivers — for the Scots in their 36-6 victory at Hillsboro.

Zander Garner, Franklin: Garner fired five touchdown passes in the Lightning’s 46-36 win against Wells.

Cody Hall, Sherwood: Hall made four catches for 197 yards — three for touchdowns — and had two interceptions, one of which he returned 99 yards for a touchdown, in the Bowmen’s 61-35 win over Century. He has nine touchdown catches in his past three games after having one in the first four weeks of the season. 

Isaiah Hill, Eagle Point: The senior rushed for seven touchdowns to highlight the Eagles’ 56-6 victory at Ashland. Hill’s seven rushing touchdowns are the most in any Oregon Class 5A game in the past four seasons; the most was six, done four times — most recently in the spring season by Hood River Valley’s Tanner Fletcher. Three Class 6A players have rushed for seven touchdowns in a game in the past four seasons, the last being Jesuit’s Ted Atkinson in Week 7 of 2019. 

Trenton Hughes, Hood River Valley: Hughes rushed for two touchdowns, passed for two and returned an interception for another in the Eagles’ 54-7 rout of Parkrose. 

Earl Ingle, West Linn: The junior turned in a huge play on three consecutive snaps to help the Lions pull away for a 42-21 win over Tigard. Ingle made an interception on the Tigers’ first possession of the third quarter and returned it for a touchdown. On the next snap, Ingle made another interception, and on the next snap, he connected with Barret Brundage on a 50-yard score for a 35-14 lead. Ingle added a third interception midway through the fourth quarter. He passed for three touchdowns — one as a running back and two as a quarterback.

Ethan Jones, Liberty: Jones had six catches for 154 yards and four touchdowns as the Falcons notched a 52-34 win over McMinnville. (story, photos

Malaki Myer, Baker: Myer returned a punt for one touchdown and ran back an interception for another — both scores coming in the first half — to help spring the Bulldogs to a 27-14 win at Ontario.

Jae’Sean Pete, Grant: In the Generals’ 42-41 double-overtime win against Roosevelt, Pete contributed in all three phases — rushing 23 times for 170 yards and three touchdowns, making an interception on defense and returning a kickoff for a touchdown. 

Sam Poole, Sheldon: Poole kicked a go-ahead 35-yard field goal with 1:39 left to send the Irish to a 37-35 victory over North Medford.

Javier Ramirez-Perez, South Salem: Ramirez-Perez rushed for three touchdowns, including the winning one-yard score with 1:52 left in the Saxons’ wild 50-46 victory against Bend.

Austin Ratliff, Silverton: Ratliff had five catches for 133 yards and returned an interception for a touchdown in the Foxes’ 34-7 win over Corvallis.

Sam Stephens, Summit: Stephens, a sophomore, racked up 199 yards rushing and scored a touchdown for the Storm in their 34-17 win over rival Mountain View.

Gus Togni, Lincoln: Togni was in on 10 tackles — including two sacks and three tackles for loss — to lead the Cardinals’ defense in a 45-28 victory against McDaniel. 

Miguel Velasquez, Marshfield: Velasquez had 17 rushes for 173 yards and four touchdowns for the Pirates in their 49-13 rout of Tillamook.

Charlie White, Banks: White caught five passes for 85 yards and two scores and led a dominant Banks defense with five tackles, three tackles for loss and a sack in a 38-0 shutout of Seaside. (story, photos

Sayre Williamson, Mountain View: Williamson broke a school record with a 99-yard kickoff-return touchdown in the Cougars’ 34-17 loss to Summit. He rushed for 143 yards and a touchdown on 28 carries.

Waylon Wolfe, Lebanon: Wolfe spearheaded the defense in Lebanon’s 34-14 victory over Dallas. He was in on 15 total tackles, including two sacks and three tackles for loss. He had a fumble recovery on a sack.   

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