Miami-Dade High School Football

Miami-Dade County high school football leaders

 

The statistical leaders in Miami-Dade County high school football.

FOOTBALL STATISTICS

RUSHING

CLASS 8A-6A

PLAYER SCHOOL ATT YDS AVG TD
1. D. Chestnut COL 62 821 13.2 11
2. J. Adajamah SR 106665 6.3 6
3. D. Tice NW 68 650 9.6 10
4. T. Bethel CP 97 605 6.2 1
5. D. Johnson CC 72 549 7.6 9

CLASS 5A-2A

PLAYER SCHOOL ATT YDS AVG TD
1. K. Springer RR 105725 6.9 11
2. P. Stephenson WES 86 663 7.7 8
3. T. Irvin WC 77 647 8.4 8
4. S. Roger NWC 40 614 15.4 8
5. B. Ellis GUL 92 594 6.5 11

PASSING

CLASS 8A-6A

PLAYER SCHOOL A-C YDS INT-TD
1. K. Roman KR 74-139 1269 12-3
2. J. Volcy NM 76-128 1097 10-6
3. A. Jones CC 77-129 1031 10-2
4. M. Alexander HM 45-92 934 12-4
5. J. Fernandez MB 38-76 708 10-5

CLASS 5A-2A

PLAYER SCHOOL A-C YDS INT-TD
1. T. Harris BTW 68-105 1114 14-3
2. M. Sandoval WES 80-135 1090 14-7
3. D. Holas MOU 84-168 1089 9-6
4. Q. Flowers JACK 65-131 877 8-3
5. K. Benson MP 55-105 868 7-5

RECEIVING

CLASS 8A-6A

PLAYER SCHOOL ATT YDS AVG TD
1. E. Lane HM 22 596 27.1 8
2. N. Ostral NM 19 496 26.1 5
3. J. Wilson COL 23435 18.9 4
4. W. French CC 25 381 15.2 4
5. G. Johnson SR 14 354 25.3 3

CLASS 5A-2A

PLAYER SCHOOL ATT YDS AVG TD
1. T. Parrish WES 36 52214.5 7
2. S. Luc MOU 28 472 16.9 5
3. G. Lemonier MP 29 451 15.6 5
4. H. Gray MP 20 391 19.6 3
5. V. Hall JACK 29 345 11.9 2

TACKLES

CLASS 8A-6A

PLAYER SCHOOL SOLO AST TOT
1. K. Washington KR 63 38 101
2. J. Ausirus KR 50 3484
3. T. Brown SR 60 17 77
4. J. Carter SR 53 12 65
5. D. Redmond NW 38 20 58

CLASS 5A-2A

PLAYER SCHOOL SOLO AST TOT
1. D. Lopez MAC42 39 81
2. T. Rios LAS 43 26 69
3. C. McLeod LAS 47 21 68
4. J. Alexander JACK 46 20 66
5. D. Mickens LAS 34 31 65

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