6A Oregon high school football final statistical leaders for 2021 fall regular season

Class 6A 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.

Colton Marsters (Roseburg) photo by Leon Neuschwander

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

Passing yards

Jack Layne, Lake Oswego – (138 – 191) 2,319 yards

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

Daschel Smith, South Salem – (182 – 308) 2,158 yards

Grady Newsom, Sunset – (152 – 223) 2,069 yards

Brock Thomas, Sheldon – (128 – 199) 1,968 yards

Hunter Borter, Beaverton – (143 – 220) 1,890 yards

Sam Leavitt, Westview – (108 – 179) 1,831 yards

Imarion Kelly, Roosevelt – (106 – 183) 1,736 yards

Hiro Diamond, Liberty – (112 – 185) 1,667 yards

Cru Newman, Central Catholic – (82 – 112) 1,595 yards

Passing TD

Cru Newman, Central Catholic – 27 TDs (1 interception)

Imarion Kelly, Roosevelt – 26 TDs (9 interceptions)

Jack Layne, Lake Oswego – 25 TDs (4 interceptions)

Sam Leavitt, Westview – 24 TDs (3 interceptions)

Hunter Borter, Beaverton – 21 TDs (10 interceptions)

Hiro Diamond, Liberty – 20 TDs (9 interceptions)

Blake Baker, Clackamas – 19 TDs (2 interceptions)

Brock Thomas, Sheldon – 19 TDs (10 interceptions)

Grady Newsom, Sunset – 19 TDs (2 interceptions)

Jackson Jones, Tualatin – 19 TDs (3 interceptions)

Rushing yards

Royce Fasel, Glencoe – 1,781 yards on 254 carries

Brock Thomas, Sheldon – 1,339 yards on 148 carries

Jake Reichle, Lakeridge – 1,308 yards on 150 carries

Hiro Diamond, Liberty – 1,301 yards on 174 carries

Sayre Williamson, Mountain View – 1,273 yards on 186 carries

Brady Kopetz, Lincoln – 1,246 yards on 177 carries

Colton Marsters, Roseburg – 1,204 yards on 112 carries

Jordan Fisher, Westview – 1,171 yards on 118 carries

Malik Ross, Tualatin – 1,071 yards on 128 carries

Seth Glenn, Sherwood – 1,065 yards on 129 carries

Rushing TD

Hiro Diamond, Liberty – 23 TDs

Royce Fasel, Glencoe – 22 TDs

Brock Thomas, Sheldon – 18 TDs

Jake Reichle, Lakeridge – 17 TDs

Brady Kopetz, Lincoln – 17 TDs

Colton Marsters, Roseburg – 17 TDs

Jordan Fisher, Westview – 17 TDs

Sayre Williamson, Mountain View – 17 TDs

Seth Glenn, Sherwood – 17 TDs

Luke Ash, Clackamas – 15 TDs

Receiving yards

Cody Hall, Sherwood – 935 yards on 50 receptions

Tini Tinitali III, South Salem – 893 yards on 64 receptions

Jalen Ellis, Century – 729 yards on 58 receptions

Darrius Clemons, Westview – 700 yards on 33 receptions

Mark Hamper, West Linn – 688 yards on 53 receptions

Kyle Hamnes, Century – 667 yards on 33 receptions

Cristian Gonzalez, Beaverton – 660 yards on 60 receptions

KJ Johnson-Gibson, Clackamas – 630 yards on 24 receptions

Ethan Jones, Liberty – 620 yards on 35 receptions

Gabe Olvera, Lake Oswego – 618 yards on 42 receptions

Receiving TD

Cody Hall, Sherwood – 13 TDs

Riley Williams, Central Catholic – 11 TDs

Justius Lowe, Lake Oswego – 10 TDs

Darrius Clemons, Westview – 10 TDs

Ethan Jones, Liberty – 10 TDs

Cristian Gonzalez, Beaverton – 10 TDs

KJ Johnson-Gibson, Clackamas – 9 TDs

Jordan King, Central Catholic – 9 TDs

Gabe Olvera, Lake Oswego – 8 TDs

Miles Williams, Clackamas – 8 TDs

Beckett Parker-Lisk, Franklin – 8 TDs

Total tackles

Zac Waible, Lakeridge – 120 tackles

Hudson Davis, Newberg – 93 tackles

Gus Togni, Lincoln – 88 tackles

Jonathan Curry, Lakeridge – 85 tackles

Cayden Palmeri, Century – 84 tackles

Nui Tovey, Lakeridge – 80 tackles

Jake Reichle, Lakeridge – 80 tackles

Andrew Collins, Barlow – 80 tackles

Hana Wailehua, North Medford – 78 tackles

Bowen Stinson, Mountainside – 78 tackles

Aiden Timbo, Sunset – 78 tackles

Tackles for loss

Nui Tovey, Lakeridge – 16 tackles for loss

Donovan Gallardo, Century – 13 tackles for loss

Gus Togni, Lincoln – 13 tackles for loss

Ethan Biondine, Lakeridge – 11.5 tackles for loss

Hana Wailehua, North Medford – 10 tackles for loss

Brandon Dominguez, North Medford – 10 tackles for loss

Erick Santacruz, North Medford – 10 tackles for loss

Hudson Davis, Newberg – 10 tackles for loss

Noah Preuitt, Clackamas – 10 tackles for loss

Mason Ebenal, Sunset – 9.5 tackles for loss

Sacks

Gus Togni, Lincoln – 8 sacks

Kellen Hale, Tualatin – 7 sacks

Gavin McGuire, Lake Oswego – 6.5 sacks

Nui Tovey, Lakeridge – 6 sacks

Mason Ebenal, Sunset – 6 sacks

Kaden Ludwick, Clackamas – 6 sacks

Jake Hull, Reynolds – 5 sacks

Caleb Clardy, David Douglas – 5 sacks

Emar’rion Winston, Central Catholic – 5 sacks

Noah Preuitt, Clackamas – 5 sacks

Brady Kopetz, Lincoln – 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

Ethan Engstrom, Beaverton – 4 interceptions

Alisjah Tucker, Southridge – 4 interceptions

Andrew Gray, Grant – 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

Mipam Jampa, Franklin – 3 fumble recoveries

Mason Hermans, Gresham – 3 fumble recoveries

Non-offensive TD

Darrius Clemons, Westview – 3 TDs

Drew Bennett, Westview – 3 TDs

Drew Rodriguez, Sprague – 3 TDs

Caleb Clardy, David Douglas – 3 TDs

Logan Klopfenstein, Roseburg – 3 TDs

Nolan Scott, Sherwood – 3 TDs

Tyree Blake, Jesuit – 2 TDs

Earl Ingle, West Linn – 2 TDs

Zachary Larson, Lakeridge – 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 9 football recap:

Top stars, best games, biggest wins from ninth week

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