5A Oregon high school football final statistical leaders for 2021 fall regular season

Class 5A football statistical leaders through Week 9, 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.

Lukas McNabb (Scappoose) photo by Taylor Balkom

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

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Top stars, best games, biggest wins from ninth week

Passing yards

Jordan McCarty, Silverton – (128 – 216) 2,259 yards

Kyrin Fuimaono, McKay – (187 – 289) 2,174 yards

Lukas McNabb, Scappoose – (138 – 208) 1,940 yards

Carter Steeves, Corvallis – (144 – 236) 1,842 yards

Chace Pence, Churchill – (110 – 209) 1,655 yards

Chase W Nelson, Central – (121 – 219) 1,453 yards

Calvin Perkins, Hillsboro – (155 – 249) 1,415 yards

Mikey Gibson, Canby – (85 – 144) 1,404 yards

Michael Cale, West Albany – (102 – 189) 1,372 yards

Caiden Lacey, Eagle Point – (109 – 175) 1,317 yards

Passing TD

Kyrin Fuimaono, McKay – 21 TDs (4 interceptions)

Carter Steeves, Corvallis – 19 TDs (9 interceptions)

Jordan McCarty, Silverton – 17 TDs (7 interceptions)

Chace Pence, Churchill – 17 TDs (8 interceptions)

Trenton Hughes, Hood River Valley – 17 TDs

Mikey Gibson, Canby – 16 TDs (4 interceptions)

Lukas McNabb, Scappoose – 14 TDs (4 interceptions)

Chase Hix, Wilsonville – 14 TDs (3 interceptions)

Aidan Brenneman, Ridgeview – 14 TDs (8 interceptions)

Chase W Nelson, Central – 14 TDs (6 interceptions)

Rushing yards

Tyler Konold, Canby – 1,412 yards on 123 carries

Eric Pendergrass, Ridgeview – 1,250 yards on 193 carries

Myles Barton, Putnam – 1,174 yards on 171 carries

Josiah Davis, North Salem – 1,151 yards on 135 carries

Logan Person, Dallas – 1,129 yards on 155 carries

Brayden Burton, Lebanon – 1,107 yards on 170 carries

Caden Lasater, Crater – 860 yards on 161 carries

Lukas McNabb, Scappoose – 824 yards on 88 carries

Kohler Hernandez, Central – 773 yards on 116 carries

Toby Worsch, Corvallis – 772 yards on 197 carries

Rushing TD

Josiah Davis, North Salem – 20 TDs

Lukas McNabb, Scappoose – 20 TDs

Eric Pendergrass, Ridgeview – 17 TDs

Tyler Konold, Canby – 16 TDs

Isaiah Hill, Eagle Point – 15 TDs

Myles Barton, Putnam – 14 TDs

Logan Person, Dallas – 13 TDs

Brayden Burton, Lebanon – 12 TDs

Trenton Hughes, Hood River Valley – 12 TDs

Payton Lambert, Pendleton – 12 TDs

Michael Cale, West Albany – 12 TDs

Receiving yards

Vandon Fessler, Silverton – 1,115 yards on 62 receptions

Carson Wright, Corvallis – 827 yards on 57 receptions

Chansse Lee, McKay – 777 yards on 54 receptions

Aiden Gebhard, Redmond – 753 yards on 42 receptions

Riley Van Camp, Churchill – 720 yards on 33 receptions

Austin Ratliff, Silverton – 719 yards on 33 receptions

Jeremiah Schwartz, Ridgeview – 683 yards on 28 receptions

Myles Crandall, Central – 663 yards on 36 receptions

Justice Anthony, McKay – 650 yards on 55 receptions

Kolby Johnson-Sallee, Dallas – 636 yards on 35 receptions

Receiving TD

Carson Wright, Corvallis – 14 TDs

Tyler Creswick, Putnam – 9 TDs

Jeremiah Schwartz, Ridgeview – 9 TDs

Riley Van Camp, Churchill – 9 TDs

Jacob Newell, Thurston – 8 TDs

Brayden Currey, Lebanon – 8 TDs

Jimmie Copeland, Eagle Point – 7 TDs

Vandon Fessler, Silverton – 7 TDs

Austin Ratliff, Silverton – 7 TDs

Total tackles

Kyle Liscom, Pendleton – 100 tackles

Gabriel Robles, Redmond – 99 tackles

Chad Spitz, Redmond – 94 tackles

Owen Hess, Dallas – 92 tackles

Romynn Schaefer, Churchill – 90 tackles

Josiah Garibay, McKay – 89 tackles

Austin Verbout, Scappoose – 87 tackles

Matthew Mathis, Ridgeview – 87 tackles

Logan Person, Dallas – 78 tackles

Braden Snoderly, Canby – 77 tackles

Waylon Wolfe, Lebanon – 77 tackles

Tackles for loss

Jimmy Jordahl, Crater – 18.5 tackles for loss

Kyle Liscom, Pendleton – 17 tackles for loss

Braden Rohde, Churchill – 13 tackles for loss

Josiah Garibay, McKay – 12 tackles for loss

Jacob Strand, Canby – 12 tackles for loss

Aidan Gunter, Pendleton – 11 tackles for loss

Caden Lasater, Crater – 11 tackles for loss

Vaun Halstead, Thurston – 10 tackles for loss

Austin Verbout, Scappoose – 9.5 tackles for loss

Joseph Martin, Ridgeview – 9 tackles for loss

Gabriel Robles, Redmond – 9 tackles for loss

Sacks

Braden Rohde, Churchill – 16 sacks

Aidan Gunter, Pendleton – 8 sacks

Bensen Craig, Central – 7.5 sacks

Jimmy Jordahl, Crater – 6.5 sacks

Tre Williams, Pendleton – 6 sacks

Isaac Ostrom, Dallas – 6 sacks

Jacob Strand, Canby – 6 sacks

Joseph Martin, Ridgeview – 6 sacks

Tristan Davis, Wilsonville – 5.5 sacks

Patrick Simpson, Pendleton – 5 sacks

Nathan Neveau, Pendleton – 5 sacks

Interceptions

Parker Saunders, Thurston – 6 interceptions

Gabe Browning, Pendleton – 5 interceptions

Justice Anthony, McKay – 4 interceptions

Donavyn Weddle, West Albany – 3 interceptions

Trevor Cannon, Forest Grove – 3 interceptions

Lukas McNabb, Scappoose – 3 interceptions

Benito Jennings, Pendleton – 3 interceptions

Will Dau, Churchill – 3 interceptions

Trey Johnson, Corvallis – 3 interceptions

Andre Estrada, Central – 3 interceptions

Tyler Flores, Lebanon – 3 interceptions

Joseph Olmeda, Redmond – 3 interceptions

Gage Young, Churchill – 3 interceptions

Caden Lasater, Crater – 3 interceptions

Forced fumbles

Peyton Silbernagel, Corvallis – 3 forced fumbles

Josiah Garibay, McKay – 3 forced fumbles

Jimmy Jordahl, Crater – 3 forced fumbles

Joseph Martin, Ridgeview – 3 forced fumbles

Lukas McNabb, Scappoose – 2 forced fumbles

Trey Dieringer, Scappoose – 2 forced fumbles

Owen Hess, Dallas – 2 forced fumbles

Joel Sanchez, McKay – 2 forced fumbles

Thad Biton, McKay – 2 forced fumbles

Aaron Cooper, Central – 2 forced fumbles

Juan Chavez, McKay – 2 forced fumbles

Fumble recoveries

Auron Cramer, Thurston – 3 recoveries

Non-offensive TD

Colin Stoddard, Scappoose – 3 TDs

David Johnson, Forest Grove – 2 TDs

Caden Lasater, Crater – 2 TDs

Gabe Browning, Pendleton – 2 TDs

Our complete high school football preview:

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

Week 9 football recap:

Top stars, best games, biggest wins from ninth week

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