High school football stats: Austin-area top passers, rushers, receivers, tacklers through Week 6

Crockett quarterback Cameron Dickey scored eight touchdowns in a 63-0 victory over LASA on Thursday. He rushed for 260 yards and four touchdowns and passed for 153 yards and three more TDs to be named the American-Statesman's player of the week. Several new squads joined our Fab Five rankings after excellent performances this past week.

Each week throughout the regular season, the American-Statesman will publish individual player stats on Wednesday to showcase Central Texas' top performers. Leaders in passing, rushing, receiving and tackling will be highlighted each update.

(Statistics compiled via MaxPreps and those reported to sportsdesk@statesman.com)

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Passing leaders

(maximum two players per school)

Name

School

Comp

Att

Yards

TD

INT

Fred Dale

Anderson

108

169

1752

19

2

Seth Mouser

Bastrop

105

208

1706

13

4

Leyton Riviere

St. Dominic Savio

89

172

1657

19

5

Conner Kenyon

Bowie

73

120

1329

15

3

Andrew Knebel

Jarrell

70

136

1301

15

5

Will Hammond

Hutto

76

124

1217

15

0

Austin Novosad

Dripping Springs

86

130

1180

16

2

Brayden Buchanan

Vandegrift

77

120

1163

13

0

Cameron Burkman

Leander

78

126

1010

7

3

Zachary Johnson

New Tech

49

79

987

16

1

Mason Shorb

Rouse

86

144

971

4

7

Bowen Stobb

Lago Vista

51

85

965

10

5

Quintaelyn Joyner

Manor

49

95

884

7

4

Jackson Harrell

Vista Ridge

70

117

882

9

3

Jax Brown

Weiss

62

107

829

9

3

Ayden Arp

Cedar Park

70

132

796

4

6

Tyler Mcinvale

Hays

38

64

759

8

2

Nathen Lewis

Elgin

46

112

752

7

3

Owen Norrell

Westwood

58

94

742

4

3

Nick Booras

Georgetown

50

70

733

7

2

Ryland Carlile

Florence

49

85

719

7

2

Cody Stoever

Wimberley

59

107

705

7

4

Kayden Leon

Lake Travis

40

65

644

11

0

Brett Skinner

Westlake

38

50

619

9

1

Ryan Valdez

Taylor

44

63

605

6

3

Cameron Dickey

Crockett

35

81

603

6

7

Tate Reiland

Weiss

46

68

560

7

3

Brad Whittenburg

McNeil

34

99

551

7

4

Richard Aguilar

Achieve

33

65

527

6

1

Mason Cochran

Round Rock

46

79

517

3

2

Collin Richardson

Lehman

45

80

502

4

1

Ty Blair

East View

46

77

495

3

2

Ivan Villegas

Stony Point

26

49

450

5

2

Nathan Tucker

Granger

32

63

385

5

4

Keagan Rizer

Luling

26

54

374

4

1

Cameron Anderson

Blanco

32

53

288

1

2

Rushing leaders

(maximum two players per school)

Liberty Hill running back Noah Long leads Austin-area rushers with 1,078 yards this season.
Liberty Hill running back Noah Long leads Austin-area rushers with 1,078 yards this season.

Name

School

Att

Yards

AVG

TD

Noah Long

Liberty Hill

94

1078

11.5

15

Cameron Dickey

Crockett

70

888

12.7

11

Andrew Petter

Georgetown

98

836

8.5

17

DJ McClelland

Granger

102

832

8.2

12

Max Barnes

Bowie

125

815

6.5

10

Kyree Payton

Hays

69

810

11.7

10

Quinten Joyner

Manor

88

808

9.2

14

Dejuan Dugar

Glenn

104

801

7.7

8

Joe Pitchford

Liberty Hill

91

782

8.6

6

Matthew Tyron Jr.

Pflugerville

71

735

6.1

5

Sedrick Alexander

LBJ

89

665

7.5

5

Mason Cochran

Round Rock

79

660

8.4

14

Cameron Cook

Stony Point

66

630

9.5

8

Nehemiah Murry

Luling

76

609

8.0

8

Jack Kayser

Westlake

81

580

7.2

10

Wyatt Herring

Lago Vista

76

546

7.2

4

Dealen Alexander

Weiss

111

541

4.9

3

Chris Bruce

Hays

33

477

14.5

6

Justin Cannon

Rouse

81

470

5.8

7

Kaleb Cooper

McNeil

61

445

7.3

5

Demani Stewart

Westwood

50

437

8.7

6

Ricky Medina

Eastside

80

437

5.5

1

Mason Johnson

Glenn

80

437

5.5

1

Cody Stoever

Wimberley

79

434

5.5

8

Nathen Lewis

Elgin

68

429

6.3

3

Andre Spence II

New Tech

67

420

6.3

5

Alex Witt

Vandegrift

83

405

4.9

5

Andria Fisher

Taylor

60

398

6.6

7

Bowen Stobb

Lago Vista

43

397

9.2

6

Zachary Johnson

New Tech

63

390

6.2

4

Sebastian Jackson

Elgin

97

390

4.0

2

DeMire Thompson

Bastrop

73

383

5.2

4

Joshua Williams

McNeil

57

382

6.7

2

Jake Iloka

Pflugerville

78

379

4.9

2

Will Hammond

Hutto

56

363

6.5

5

Jaiden Williams

La Grange

54

360

6.7

2

Jack Tyndall

Dripping Springs

60

359

6.0

5

Georges Awad

Giddings

79

353

4.0

0

Nico Hamilton

Lake Travis

70

333

4.8

2

Cayden Lopez

Luling

42

326

7.8

3

Isaac Garcia

Vista Ridge

92

317

3.4

1

Isaiah Hernandez

Lehman

81

308

3.8

2

Ruben Ribeiro

Round Rock

64

302

5.3

1

Johnny Ball

Wimberley

54

285

5.3

2

Ananias Vance

Westwood

69

281

4.1

3

Kadyn Leon

Lake Travis

37

258

7.0

2

Damien Stout

Leander

43

253

5.9

1

Receiving leaders

(maximum two players per school)

Anderson wide receiver Ed Small, left, has 730 yards receiving this season.
Anderson wide receiver Ed Small, left, has 730 yards receiving this season.

Name

School

Catches

Yards

Avg.

TD

Julius Baynard

Bastrop

43

773

18.0

6

Ed Small

Anderson

38

730

19.2

10

Miles Coleman

Vandegrift

34

598

17.6

6

Drayden Dickmann

Georgetown

34

524

15.4

3

Ben Schiesser

St. Dominic Savio

20

485

24.3

7

Jacques Spradley

Jarrell

20

462

23.1

6

Micah Gifford

Weiss

26

460

17.7

4

Nehemiah Smith-Livingston

Bowie

19

454

23.9

6

Bennett Blackerby

Anderson

27

450

16.7

3

Bobby Humphries

St. Dominic Savio

21

450

21.4

3

Ethan Helton

Lago Vista

28

442

15.8

2

Damari Monroe

Bastrop

23

442

19.2

3

Grant Jaeger

Westwood

31

435

14.0

1

Jarvis Anderson

Taylor

18

402

22.3

7

Berend Kahlden

Lago Vista

15

402

26.8

7

Jamari Wilson

Crockett

15

394

26.3

4

Alex Green

Hutto

16

386

24.1

5

Braylon James

Stony Point

14

378

27.0

3

Jaden Greathouse

Westlake

18

368

20.4

4

Camden Porras

New Tech

18

365

20.3

7

Justin Strong

Elgin

16

363

22.7

2

Zane Wofford

Cedar Ridge

22

361

16.4

2

Tory Simmins

Weiss

28

358

12.8

5

Marquis Dominguez

Georgetown

29

351

12.1

6

Kome Harris

New Tech

11

348

31.6

6

Kyle Koch

Dripping Springs

21

344

16.4

4

Dathan Walker

Jarrell

16

320

20.0

4

Cole Munnerlyn

Lake Travis

16

302

18.9

4

Carmine Elisarraraz

Bowie

19

302

15.9

4

Zane Wooldridge

Leander

8

301

37.6

1

Garon Duncan

Dripping Springs

27

299

11.1

4

Chris Bruce

Hays

12

282

23.5

4

Gary Choice

Hutto

16

279

17.4

1

Gavin Chapa

Cedar Park

17

278

16.4

2

Zach Obara

Hays

10

276

27.6

3

Reece Heffelfinger

Vista Ridge

18

268

14.9

3

Aidan Parker

Leander

19

267

14.1

2

Noah Birdsong

Wimberley

16

258

16.1

0

TJ Duncan

East View

13

249

19.2

2

Eddie Martinez

Lehman

16

245

15.3

1

Carter Woehl

Cedar Park

15

245

16.3

1

Tian Murray

Vista Ridge

14

243

17.4

3

Noah Fabila

Rouse

21

240

11.4

1

Sean Harris

Manor

8

231

28.9

3

Treos Richardson

Taylor

14

226

16.1

2

Niko Triant

Lake Travis

10

224

22.4

2

Aidan Sterling

Round Rock

15

219

14.6

1

Trevor Grimm

Florence

7

201

28.7

2

Tackling leaders

(maximum two players per school)

Anderson linebacker IV Webb, right, leads the Austin area with 106 total tackles.
Anderson linebacker IV Webb, right, leads the Austin area with 106 total tackles.

Name

School

Solo

Asst

Total

IV Webb

Anderson

66

40

106

Brody Bujnoch

Hutto

23

56

79

Michael Bischoff

Hays

32

43

75

Gavin Brzezinski

Leander

47

27

74

Jackson Meller

Taylor

19

45

64

David Morris

Liberty Hill

28

29

57

Carlton Schrank

Liberty Hill

45

12

57

Caleb Dickey

Crockett

36

19

55

Chima Onyejiaka

Stony Point

20

35

55

Jesusantonio Soto

Anderson

33

21

54

Colbey Solis

Taylor

14

39

53

Chase Edwards

Granger

20

33

53

Jamal Baker

Stony Point

32

20

52

Justin Strong

Elgin

49

3

52

Cameron Dickey

Crockett

34

17

51

Kenny Settles

Hutto

16

34

50

Jacob Faltesek

Georgetown

50

0

50

William Brown

Round Rock

22

25

47

Bobby Holland

McNeil

27

20

47

Isaac Tamayo

Giddings

14

32

46

Zachary Lacombe

Rouse

31

14

45

Jace Mann

Rouse

29

14

43

Brady Bram

Bowie

5

37

42

Kevin Richmond

Giddings

6

34

40

Gio Valdez

Achieve

19

20

39

Ian Lewis

Georgetown

39

0

39

Walker Alsobrooks

Round Rock

23

16

39

Mark Lerma

Vista Ridge

11

27

38

Justin Lancaster

Hays

10

27

37

Cristian Lansdale

East View

21

16

37

DJ McClelland

Granger

19

17

36

Malik Davis

Jarrell

9

27

36

Jake Cole

Bowie

11

25

36

Grant Anderson

Vista Ridge

6

30

36

Aaron Crowe

McNeil

22

14

36

Javan Jackson

Luling

30

6

36

Robbie Burslem

St. Dominic Savio

27

8

35

Reid Vines

Cedar Park

35

0

35

Juan Lopez

Achieve

9

25

34

James Ledesma

Luling

29

5

34

Princewell Umanmielen

Manor

19

14

33

Derrius Holiday

Elgin

29

4

33

Luis Castillo

East View

14

18

32

Andrew Faske

La Grange

3

29

32

Phillip Arceneaux

La Grange

7

25

32

Langston Brady

Leander

17

14

31

Samuel Shaw

Manor

22

9

31

Nathan Blue

Westlake

20

10

30

Colton Vasek

Westlake

24

6

30

Braydon Bolyard

Jarrell

12

16

28

Jacob Henry

Lake Travis

5

22

27

Griffen Willis

Lake Travis

8

18

26

This article originally appeared on Austin American-Statesman: Austin high school football stat leaders: Passing, rushing, receiving