Northwest Oregon Conference East football statistical leaders through Week 9: A game for the ages vaults this running back high up the leaderboard

By Mike Wilson

Putnam senior running back Myles Barton turned in a titanic statistical line Oct. 29, gaining 448 yards and seven touchdowns on 34 carries in the Kingsmen’s 55-41 win over The Dalles.

Barton’s 448 yards exceeded the previous high for an Oregon Class 5A/6A game in the past four years by 25 yards. The previous best of 423 yards (on 31 carries) was achieved by Jefferson’s Damir Collins in Week 3 of 2019.

The seven touchdowns matched the four-year high in Oregon Class 5A/6A football, most recently achieved by Eagle Point’s Isaiah Hill in Week 7 in a 56-6 win over Ashland. Barton is the fifth player with seven rushing touchdowns in one game in the past four seasons.

With seven scores last week, Barton rose from sixth to second in the Northwest Oregon Conference East in rushing touchdowns with 14 this season. He remained second in the NWOC East in rushing yards.

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.

Photo by Leon Neuschwander

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Passing Yards

Aidan Brenneman, Ridgeview – (68 – 120) 1,180 yards

Hayden Parrish, Redmond – (68 – 120) 1,096 yards

Konnor Bickford, Putnam – (79 – 147) 1,048 yards

Collin Primus, Pendleton – (57 – 95) 992 yards

Riley Brock, The Dalles – (47 – 95) 687 yards

Passing TDs

Trenton Hughes, Hood River Valley – 17 TDs

Aidan Brenneman, Ridgeview – 14 TDs (8 interceptions)

Konnor Bickford, Putnam – 13 TDs (4 interceptions)

Collin Primus, Pendleton – 9 TDs (2 interceptions)

Riley Brock, The Dalles – 8 TDs (7 interceptions)

Hayden Parrish, Redmond – 8 TDs (8 interceptions)

Rushing Yards

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

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

Payton Lambert, Pendleton – 574 yards on 98 carries

Andre Niko, The Dalles – 483 yards on 72 carries

Kyle Liscom, Pendleton – 469 yards on 50 carries

Kyle Littlejohn, Redmond – 448 yards on 61 carries

Cody Crain, Redmond – 348 yards on 68 carries

Rushing TDs

Eric Pendergrass, Ridgeview – 17 TDs

Myles Barton, Putnam – 14 TDs

Payton Lambert, Pendleton – 12 TDs

Trenton Hughes, Hood River Valley – 12 TDs

Kyle Littlejohn, Redmond – 9 TDs

Brock Mackey, Pendleton – 9 TDs

Andre Niko, The Dalles – 7 TDs

Kyle Liscom, Pendleton – 6 TDs

Cody Crain, Redmond – 5 TDs

Shaw Burns, Hood River Valley – 4 TDs

Hayden Parrish, Redmond – 4 TDs

Receiving Yards

Aiden Gebhard, Redmond – 753 yards on 42 receptions

Jeremiah Schwartz, Ridgeview – 683 yards on 28 receptions

Tyler Creswick, Putnam – 598 yards on 39 receptions

Jaxon Pullen, The Dalles – 450 yards on 23 receptions

Nathan Wachs, Redmond – 366 yards on 21 receptions

Jason Crowe, Putnam – 337 yards on 27 receptions

Benito Jennings, Pendleton – 246 yards on 15 receptions

Receiving TDs

Tyler Creswick, Putnam – 9 TDs

Jeremiah Schwartz, Ridgeview – 9 TDs

Jaxon Pullen, The Dalles – 6 TDs

Aiden Gebhard, Redmond – 5 TDs

Mason Spellecy, Hood River Valley – 5 TDs

Jason Crowe, Putnam – 4 TDs

Nathan Wachs, Redmond – 4 TDs

Total Tackles

Kyle Liscom, Pendleton – 100 tackles

Gabriel Robles, Redmond – 99 tackles

Chad Spitz, Redmond – 94 tackles

Matthew Mathis, Ridgeview – 87 tackles

Joseph Martin, Ridgeview – 68 tackles

Nathen Benz, Ridgeview – 62 tackles

Peyton Zampko, Ridgeview – 55 tackles

Jason Sieveking, Redmond – 55 tackles

Ryan Asplund, Ridgeview – 55 tackles

Tackles For Loss

Kyle Liscom, Pendleton – 17 tackles for loss

Aiden Gunter, Pendleton – 11 tackles for loss

Joseph Martin, Ridgeview – 9 tackles for loss

Gabriel Robles, Redmond – 9 tackles for loss

Nathan Neveau, Pendleton – 8 tackles for loss

Zach Gault, Ridgeview – 8 tackles for loss

Brogan Halsey, Redmond – 7 tackles for loss

Payton Lambert, Pendleton – 7 tackles for loss

Matthew Mathis, Ridgeview – 7 tackles for loss

Peyton Zampko, Ridgeview – 7 tackles for loss

Sacks

Aiden Gunter, Pendleton – 8 sacks

Joseph Martin, Ridgeview – 6 sacks

Tre Williams, Pendleton – 6 sacks

Nathan Neveau, Pendleton – 5 sacks

Patrick Simpson, Pendleton – 5 sacks

Josh Kuhlman, Ridgeview – 4.5 sacks

Kyle Liscom, Pendleton – 4 sacks

Brogan Halsey, Redmond – 4 sacks

Gabriel Robles, Redmond – 3.5 sacks

Interceptions

Gabe Browning, Pendleton – 5 interceptions

Benito Jennings, Pendleton – 3 interceptions

Joseph Olmeda, Redmond – 3 interceptions

Quinton Colton, Ridgeview – 2 interceptions

Caleb Dickerson, Redmond – 2 interceptions

Jason Sieveking, Redmond – 2 interceptions

Ryles Buckley, Hood River Valley – 2 interceptions

Ryan Asplund, Ridgeview – 2 interceptions

Forced Fumbles

Joseph Martin, Ridgeview – 3 forced fumbles

Matthew Mathis, Ridgeview – 1 forced fumble

Peyton Zampko, Ridgeview – 1 forced fumble

Ryan Asplund, Ridgeview – 1 forced fumble

Anthony Jara, The Dalles – 1 forced fumble

Jeremiah Schwartz, Ridgeview – 1 forced fumble

Merik Peacock, The Dalles – 1 forced fumble

Fumble Recoveries

Brogan Halsey, Redmond – 2 recoveries

Gabe Browning, Pendleton – 2 recoveries

Non-offensive TDs

Gabe Browning, Pendleton – 2 TDs

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