BROWARD HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Broward County high school football leaders

 

FOOTBALL STATISTICS

PASSING

Player, SchoolComp-AttYdsTD
1. Huntley, HALL25-364648
2. Sainterling, BAN22-422740
3. White, UNIV14-262626
4. Dzwonkowski, NOVA16-211882
5. Lammons, PL10-151674
6. Norkus, CC16-291641
7. Watson, BAN7-121140
8. Graham, DB3-81091
9. Freebeck, STA7-121060
10. Greene, HH7-211021
11. Pugh, MCA10-24870
12. Hawkins, MIR5-10871
13. Vairo, WA11-19680
14. Rizzo, STA1-4601
15. Moffett Jr., ELY10-24600
16. Jeanty, MIR5-11570
17. Sinclair, TARA9-22551
18. Tellefsen, CB3-9491
19. Daniels, WA1-1290
20. Mele, SP4-16220
21. Herrington, HALL3-4170
22. Hopler, CCITY1-2100
23. Sabine, CCITY1-1090
24. Thomas, CHAM2-760
25. Gibson, AHP1-910

RUSHING

Player, SchoolAttYdsTD
1. Evans-Morris, TARA291741
2. Rupert, CB141402
3. Smith, TARA311331
4. Forrest, CHAM131321
5. Scarlett, UNIV161312
6. Hunt, UNIV111230
7. Saliba, WA151011
8. Franklin, BAN24991
9. London, STA15992
10. Gibson, AHP9921
11. Williams, ELY17840
12. McGowan, HALL17782
13. Tellefsen, CB12781
14. Pugh, MCA9751
15. Woods, MON4750
16. Miller, TARA10701
17. McNeal , DB10692
18. Morrs, MON8671
19. Haynes, PL10671
20. Lammons, PL6670
21. Rigby, MIR7650
22. Daniels, WA7590
23. Hunter, TARA11580
24. Holmes, HH16580
25. Simpkins, MIR5570
26. Dowels, AHP1551
27. Michel, AHP11550
28. Sills Jr., PL2530
29. Morgan, NOVA12510
30. Cabral, CC12510

RECEIVING

Player, SchoolRecYdsTD
1. Davis, MON91572
2. Ridley, MON61560
3. Bruce, UNIV71493
4. Nshaka, HALL41250
5. Hammond, HALL61192
6. Dawkins, PL3922
7. Guilliame, BAN3850
8. Senior, BAN5840
9. Cotto, HALL5782
10. Cabral, CC5731
11. James, WA5720
12. West, MIR3700
13. Peete, STA2681
14. Davis, PL4661
15. Hanns, NOVA5650
16. Pierre, BAN5640
17. Taylor, UNIV3641
18. Morgan, DB1601
19. Tindal, BAN4580
20. Collins, CC6580
21. Watson, NOVA4561
22. Rolle, HALL4561
23. Richardson, MCA4550
24. Bender, STA2500
25. Banks, MON4460
26. Holmes, HH2440
27. White, BAN4350
28. Holloway, NOVA2330
29. Johnson, HALL1331
30. Henderson, HH1320

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