Broward football statistics

 

FOOTBALL STATISTICS

RUSHING

CLASS 8A-6A

PLAYER SCHOOL ATT YDS AVG TD
1. A. Collins SP 95 974 10.3 11
2. B. Powell DB 53479 9.0 5
3. F. Coppet STA 72 463 6.4 4
4. A. Correa WB 105 4364.2 2
5. J. Ham PL 55 435 7.9 8

CLASS 5A-2A

PLAYER SCHOOL ATTYDS AVG TD
1. S. Saliba WA 95 545 5.7 3
2. S. Michel AHP 41 508 12.4 9
3. J. Scarlett UNIV 60 478 8.0 10
4. A. Burns HC 44 345 7.8 0
5. J. Gesin CSCHR 22 278 12.6 4

PASSING

CLASS 8A-6A

PLAYER SCHOOL C-A YDSTD- IN
1. G. Hankerson BAN 79-1391239 12-5
2. R. Stanley FLAN 84-159 988 9-3
3. C. Goldson EVG 53-108 832 7-7
4. C. Lammons PL 30-48 704 6-0
5. M. Flood NOVA 37-55 690 7-4

CLASS 5A-2A

PLAYER SCHOOL C-A YDS TD-IN
1. I. Hoza CC55-104 900 6-5
2. T. Cogswell AHP 38-59 823 8-0
3. S. White CHAM 47-67 784 10-4
4. P. Bender CG 43-81 703 9-3
5. R. Sharp WA 45-106 630 6-5

RECEIVING

CLASS 8A-6A

PLAYER SCHOOL ATT YDS AVG TD
1. A. Higgs SB 12 414 34.5 6
2. R. Land CC 23 404 17.6 2
3. E. Jackson BAN 17 373 21.9 4
4. A. Montgomery CB 14 353 25.2 2
5. A. Hallmon EVG 16 324 20.3 1

CLASS 5A-2A

PLAYER SCHOOL ATT YDSAVG TD
1. A. Fifelski CC 24 512 21.3 11
2. T. Lee CG 16 459 28.7 9
3. I. McKenzie AHP 14 314 22.4 4
4. D. Senior CG 19 262 13.8 1
5. A. Thomas CHAM 13 255 19.6 4

TACKLES

CLASS 8A-6A

PLAYER SCHOOL SOLO AST TOT
1. E. Flores-Tobar MON 32 15 47
2. J. Elios WB 24 16 40
3. D. Stevenson MON 20 13 33
4. A. O’Keefe WB 20 9 29
5. C. Johnson MCA 28 0 28

CLASS 5A-2A

PLAYER SCHOOL SOLO AST TOT
1. M. Deeb AHP 27 10 37
2. G. Bursic CG 20 16 36
3. J. Merkle WA 360 36
4. J. Chang AHP 16 16 32
5. S. Moore UNIV 15 17 32

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