Broward High School Football

Broward County high school football leaders

 

The statistical leaders in Broward County high schhol football.

BROWARD COUNTY

FOOTBALL STATISTICS

RUSHING

CLASS 8A-6A

PLAYER SCHOOL ATT YDS AVG TD
1. A. Collins SP 11010579.6 12
2. D. Hoggins MON 106701 6.6 10
3. B. Powell DB 78 663 8.5 7
4. A. Correa WB 144 632 4.4 4
5. F. Coppet STA 95 626 6.6 7

CLASS 5A-2A

PLAYER SCHOOL ATTYDS AVG TD
1. S. Michel AHP 67 720 10.7 11
2. J. Scarlett UNIV 82638 7.8 13
3. A. Burns HC 64567 8.9 3
4. S. Saliba WA 95 545 5.7 3
5. D. Nelson DIL 61 3766.2 2

PASSING

CLASS 8A-6A

PLAYER SCHOOL A-C YDS INT-TD
1. G. Hankerson BAN 88-164 1316 14-5
2. R. Stanley FLAN 96-181 1100 10-5
3. C. Goldson EVG 66-143 1008 8-11
4. W. Freebeck WEST 52-110 887 11-4
5. J. O’Korn STA 55-107 881 7-3

CLASS 5A-2A

PLAYER SCHOOL A-CYDS INT-TD
1. S. White CHAM 83-121 1347 17-6
2. I. Hoza CC 77-1511150 9-7
3. T. Cogswell AHP 53-85 112313-0
4. M. White UNIV 84-117 1077 14-2
5. R. Sharp WA 60-130 912 8-5

RECEIVING

CLASS 8A-6A

PLAYER SCHOOL ATT YDS AVG TD
1. R. Land CC 28 511 18.3 3
2. A. Higgs SB 15 456 30.4 6
3. J. Engel CGLA 24 440 18.3 6
4. A. Hallmon EVG18 422 23.4 2
5. E. Jackson BAN 19 405 21.3 6

CLASS 5A-2A

PLAYER SCHOOL ATT YDS AVG TD
1. A. Fifelski CC 30 595 19.8 12
2. T. Lee CG 17 467 27.5 9
3. I. McKenzie AHP 17417 24.5 6
4. D. Taylor UNIV 23 382 16.6 6
5. T. Carmona AHP 14 381 27.2 5

TACKLES

CLASS 8A-6A

PLAYER SCHOOL SOLO AST TOT
1. J. Elios WB 37 28 65
2. A. O’Keefe WB39 20 59
3. E. Flores-Tobar MON40 18 58
4. D. Stevenson MON 23 16 39
5. C. Morrs MON 26 10 36

CLASS 5A-2A

PLAYER SCHOOL SOLO AST TOT
1. M. Deeb AHP 38 19 57
2. J. Chang AHP 23 24 47
3. C. Jacobs AHP 25 16 41
4. S. Moore UNIV 19 21 40
5. J. Merkle WA 36 0 36

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