6A Oregon high school football statistical leaders through Week 8

Class 6A football statistical leaders through Week 8, 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.

Mark Hamper (West Linn) photo by Leon Neuschwander

Our complete high school football preview:

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

Week 8 football recap:

Top stars, best games, biggest wins from eighth week

Passing yards

Tyler Mahlman, Century – (176 – 328) 2,220 yards

Jack Layne, Lake Oswego – (120 – 167) 2,118 yards

Grady Newsom, Sunset – (136 – 192) 1,910 yards

Daschel Smith, South Salem – (157 – 271) 1,881 yards

Brock Thomas, Sheldon – (113 – 175) 1,810 yards

Hunter Borter, Beaverton – (126 – 191) 1,758 yards

Sam Leavitt, Westview – (96 – 155) 1,628 yards

Imarion Kelly, Roosevelt – (87 – 150) 1,472 yards

Hiro Diamond, Liberty – (94 – 154) 1,442 yards

Tyler Copeland, McNary – (93 – 154) 1,412 yards

Passing TD

Cru Newman, Central Catholic – 24 TDs (1 interception)

Jack Layne, Lake Oswego – 23 TDs (4 interceptions)

Imarion Kelly, Roosevelt – 23 TDs (8 interceptions)

Sam Leavitt, Westview – 22 TDs (2 interceptions)

Hunter Borter, Beaverton – 21 TDs (9 interceptions)

Grady Newsom, Sunset – 19 TDs (2 interceptions)

Brock Thomas, Sheldon – 19 TDs (10 interceptions)

Hiro Diamond, Liberty – 19 TDs (8 interceptions)

Blake Baker, Clackamas – 18 TDs (2 interceptions)

Logan Smith, Sprague – 18 TDs (8 interceptions)

Rushing yards

Royce Fasel, Glencoe – 1,635 yards on 239 carries

Jake Reichle, Lakeridge – 1,242 yards on 133 carries

Sayre Williamson, Mountain View – 1,241 yards on 170 carries

Brock Thomas, Sheldon – 1,186 yards on 131 carries

Colton Marsters, Roseburg – 1,182 yards on 110 carries

Brady Kopetz, Lincoln – 1,165 yards on 159 carries

Hiro Diamond, Liberty – 1,120 yards on 149 carries

Jordan Fisher, Westview – 986 yards on 101 carries

Riley Davis, Sprague – 977 yards on 154 carries

Austin Rapp, McMinnville – 958 yards on 119 carries

Rushing TD

Royce Fasel, Glencoe – 20 TDs

Hiro Diamond, Liberty – 19 TDs

Colton Marsters, Roseburg – 17 TDs

Sayre Williamson, Mountain View – 17 TDs

Brady Kopetz, Lincoln – 16 TDs

Jake Reichle, Lakeridge – 16 TDs

Brock Thomas, Sheldon – 16 TDs

Luke Ash, Clackamas – 15 TDs

Jordan Fisher, Westview – 14 TDs

Hudson Davis, Newberg – 14 TDs

Receiving yards

Cody Hall, Sherwood – 848 yards on 45 receptions

Tini Tinitali III, South Salem – 783 yards on 55 receptions

Kyle Hamnes, Century – 667 yards on 33 receptions

Mark Hamper, West Linn – 648 yards on 50 receptions

Cristian Gonzalez, Beaverton – 613 yards on 51 receptions

Zack Schlottmann, Glencoe – 610 yards on 30 receptions

Jalen Ellis, Century – 605 yards on 50 receptions

Darrius Clemons, Westview – 588 yards on 28 receptions

Gabe Olvera, Lake Oswego – 585 yards on 36 receptions

Miles Williams, Clackamas – 555 yards on 23 receptions

Receiving TD

Cody Hall, Sherwood – 12 TDs

Cristian Gonzalez, Beaverton – 10 TDs

Jordan King, Central Catholic – 9 TDs

Darrius Clemons, Westview – 9 TDs

Ethan Jones, Liberty – 9 TDs

Justius Lowe, Lake Oswego – 9 TDs

Riley Williams, Central Catholic – 9 TDs

Miles Williams, Clackamas – 8 TDs

Total tackles

Zac Waible, Lakeridge – 119 tackles

Hudson Davis, Newberg – 93 tackles

Jonathan Curry, Lakeridge – 88 tackles

Jake Reichle, Lakeridge – 82 tackles

Nui Tovey, Lakeridge – 82 tackles

Gus Togni, Lincoln – 80 tackles

Cayden Palmeri, Century – 76 tackles

Hana Wailehua, North Medford – 72 tackles

Bowen Stinson, Mountainside – 72 tackles

Royce Fasel, Glencoe – 70.5 tackles

Tackles for loss

Nui Tovey, Lakeridge – 18 tackles for loss

Gus Togni, Lincoln – 12 tackles for loss

Ethan Biondine, Lakeridge – 11.5 tackles for loss

Zac Waible, Lakeridge – 10 tackles for loss

Donovan Gallardo, Century – 10 tackles for loss

Hudson Davis, Newberg – 10 tackles for loss

Mason Ebenal, Sunset – 9.5 tackles for loss

Erick Santacruz, North Medford – 9 tackles for loss

Noah Preuitt, Clackamas – 9 tackles for loss

O’Shea Miller, North Medford – 8 tackles for loss

Sacks

Gus Togni, Lincoln – 8 sacks

Nui Tovey, Lakeridge – 7 sacks

Mason Ebenal, Sunset – 6 sacks

Caleb Clardy, David Douglas – 5 sacks

Gavin McGuire, Lake Oswego – 5 sacks

Brady Kopetz, Lincoln – 5 sacks

Noah Preuitt, Clackamas – 5 sacks

Kaden Ludwick, Clackamas – 5 sacks

Tiger Black, Roseburg – 4.5 sacks

Interceptions

Drew Bennett, Westview – 6 interceptions

Dylan Layne, Lake Oswego – 5 interceptions

Drew Rodriguez, Sprague – 5 interceptions

Dallas Kuenzi, Lakeridge – 4 interceptions

Mark Hamper, West Linn – 4 interceptions

Tommy Pempel, Lincoln – 4 interceptions

Zachary Larson, Lakeridge – 4 interceptions

Jaden Poulshock, David Douglas – 4 interceptions

Gunner Smedema, McNary – 4 interceptions

Forced fumbles

Joe Flowers, Century – 3 forced fumbles

Garrett Willenberg, Sandy – 3 forced fumbles

Fumble Recoveries

Caleb Clardy, David Douglas – 3 fumble recoveries

Brady Kopetz, Lincoln – 3 fumble recoveries

Zac Waible, Lakeridge – 3 fumble recoveries

Non-offensive TD

Drew Bennett, Westview – 3 TDs

Drew Rodriguez, Sprague – 3 TDs

Caleb Clardy, David Douglas – 3 TDs

Darrius Clemons, Westview – 2 TDs

Tyree Blake, Jesuit – 2 TDs

Earl Ingle, West Linn – 2 TDs

Logan Klopfenstein, Roseburg – 2 TDs

Zachary Larson, Lakeridge – 2 TDs

Nolan Scott, Sherwood – 2 TDs

Kyron Albright, Beaverton – 2 TDs

Jayden McBreen, Westview – 2 TDs

Keontae Johnson-Gibson, Clackamas – 2 TDs

Our complete high school football preview:

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

Week 8 football recap:

Top stars, best games, biggest wins from eighth week

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