5A Oregon high school football playoffs leaders through Round 1

Class 5A football playoffs statistical leaders through Round 1, based on information provided by coaches and statisticians.

Leaders will be updated throughout the postseason. Please send game-by-game stats to orehssports@gmail.com. Is your team missing? Encourage your coach to respond to requests for stats.

See the final regular-season leaders here.

Chase Hix (Wilsonville) photo by Leon Neuschwander

Passing yards

Chase Hix, Wilsonville – (24 – 38) 502 yards

Michael Cale, West Albany – (14 – 18) 216 yards

Jordan McCarty, Silverton – (12 – 19) 187 yards

Chace Pence, Churchill – (17 – 38) 184 yards

Collin Primus, Pendleton – (9 – 22) 175 yards

Kyrin Fuimaono, McKay – (11 – 23) 155 yards

Mikey Gibson, Canby – (9 – 16) 132 yards

Andreus Smith, Lebanon – (5 – 10) 104 yards

Passing TDs

Chase Hix, Wilsonville – 5 TDs (0 interceptions)

Trenton Hughes, Hood River Valley – 3 TDs (1 interception)

Jordan McCarty, Silverton – 2 TDs (0 interceptions)

Michael Cale, West Albany – 2 TDs (0 interceptions)

Rushing yards

Bryce Indell, Thurston – 172 yards on 24 carries

Alejandro Briseno, Silverton – 172 yards on 25 carries

John Peck, Churchill – 114 yards on 26 carries

Tyler McNally, West Albany – 109 yards on 12 carries

Tyler Konold, Canby – 103 yards on 13 carries

Jamahl Wilson, McKay – 102 yards on 24 carries

Logan Person, Dallas – 101 yards on 20 carries

Bryce Oliver, Canby – 94 yards on 16 carries

Rushing TDs

Alejandro Briseno, Silverton – 3 TDs

Tyler Konold, Canby – 2 TDs

Tyler McNally, West Albany – 2 TDs

Receiving yards

Kellen Hartford, Wilsonville – 156 yards on 6 receptions

Rochne Beecham, Wilsonville – 118 yards on 2 receptions

Vandon Fessler, Silverton – 109 yards on 6 receptions

Riley Van Camp, Churchill – 92 yards on 6 receptions

Cooper Hiday, Wilsonville – 88 yards on 4 receptions

Brock Nelson, West Albany – 79 yards on 3 receptions

Justice Anthony, McKay – 70 yards on 4 receptions

Nick Crowley, Wilsonville – 65 yards on 4 receptions

Payton Lambert, Pendleton – 65 yards on 1 reception

Receiving TDs

Kellen Hartford, Wilsonville – 2 TDs

Cooper Hiday, Wilsonville – 2 TDs

Total tackles

Owen Hess, Dallas – 15 tackles

Kyle Liscom, Pendleton – 14 tackles

Romynn Schaefer, Churchill – 14 tackles

Ryan Asplund, Ridgeview – 12 tackles

Jace Nagler, Ridgeview – 11 tackles

Noah Reese, West Albany – 10 tackles

Matthew Mathis, Ridgeview – 10 tackles

Logan Person, Dallas – 10 tackles

Joseph Martin, Ridgeview – 10 tackles

Carson Benedict, West Albany – 9 tackles

Austin Mills, Churchill – 9 tackles

Tackles for loss

Kyle Liscom, Pendleton – 5 tackles for loss

Brock Dunkin, Dallas – 3 tackles for loss

Carson Benedict, West Albany – 3 tackles for loss

Steven Ward, Dallas – 3 tackles for loss

Bryce Indell, Thurston – 2 tackles for loss

Joshua Buller, Thurston – 2 tackles for loss

Luke Frugia, Scappoose – 2 tackles for loss

Aiden Gunter, Pendleton – 2 tackles for loss

Jacob Newell, Thurston – 2 tackles for loss

Owen Hess, Dallas – 2 tackles for loss

Joseph Martin, Ridgeview – 2 tackles for loss

Joe Brauckmiller, Canby – 2 tackles for loss

Sacks

Jacob Newell, Thurston – 2 sacks

Braden Rohde, Churchill – 2 sacks

Easton Miller, Thurston – 1 sack

Joseph Botsford, Scappoose – 1 sack

Aiden Gunter, Pendleton – 1 sack

Luke Taylor, Lebanon – 1 sack

Zachary Centanni, Dallas – 1 sack

Joe Brauckmiller, Canby – 1 sack

Gideon Noss, Canby – 1 sack

Interceptions

Ryles Buckley, Hood River Valley – 2 interceptions

Demitri Harris, Dallas – 1 interception

Darien Witham, Thurston – 1 interception

Logan Person, Dallas – 1 interception

Forced fumbles

Joshua Buller, Thurston – 1 forced fumble

Darien Witham, Thurston – 1 forced fumble

Trey Dieringer, Scappoose – 1 forced fumble

Logan Person, Dallas – 1 forced fumble

Cohen Hall, Canby – 1 forced fumble

Davis Hagen, Canby – 1 forced fumble

Joe Brauckmiller, Canby – 1 forced fumble

Non-offensive TDs

Colton Vandetta, Lebanon – 1 TD

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