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Nov 05

Year-to-date offensive, defensive stat leaders through Sectional Second Round

Here are your offensive & defensive stat leaders through Friday night’s 35-10 win over Owen Valley. Thanks to Tom “Hawk” Guinn & Larry Ellington for faithfully compiling this information every week!

Offensive leaders

Passing leaders

  • Completions: 99 – Evan Deig
  • Attempts: 163 – Evan Deig
  • Yards: 1,653 – Evan Deig
  • Touchdowns: 26 – Evan Deig
  • Longest pass: 80 yards – Evan Deig

Rushing leaders

  • Carries: 164 – Malik Higgins
  • Yards: 1,819 – Malik Higgins
  • Longest run: 87 yards – Malik Higgins
  • Touchdowns: 22 – Malik Higgins

Receiving leaders

  • Receptions: 32 – Malik Higgins
  • Yards: 508 – Malik Higgins
  • Longest catch: 80 yards – Kerrion Ringo
  • Touchdowns: 10 – Nate Hansen

Combination yards

  • Total yards (rushing & passing): 1,723 – Evan Deig
  • Yards from scrimmage (rushing & receiving): 2,327 – Malik Higgins
  • All purpose yards (rushing, receiving & punt/kick/interception returns): 2,585 – Malik Higgins

Scoring

  • Touchdowns: 32 – Malik Higgins
  • Extra points: 48 – Drew Reuter
  • Two-point conversions: 1 – Nate Hansen
  • Field goals: 2 – Drew Reuter
  • Safeties: 0
  • Scoring: 192 points – Malik Higgins

Full offensive stats (on MaxPreps.com)

Defensive leaders

Tackles

  • Solo: 36 – Will Brown
  • Assists: 67 – Joey Diekman
  • Total: 87 – Will Brown

Sacks

  • Total: 5.5 – Brock Ashworth
  • Yards lost: 26 – Brock Ashworth

Tackles for loss

  • Solo: 7 – Aaron Euler
  • Assists: 8 – Trevor Fetscher
  • Total: 13 – Trevor Fetscher
  • Yards lost: 34 – Tanner Duran

Turnovers & stuff

  • Interceptions: 5 – Isaac Flowers
  • Fumbles caused: 2 – Joey Diekman & Trevor Fetscher
  • Fumbles recovered: 2 – Trevor Fetscher, Ethan Robison & Alex Welcher
  • Passes deflected: 15 – Elijah Dunham
  • Hurried passes: 15 – Brock Ashworth
  • Blocked kicks: 3 – Isaac Flowers
  • Defensive score: 2 – Elijah Dunham

Full pdf files of defensive stats

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