Attached is a list of the area statistical leaders through the end of the regular season. In order to be on the list, coaches must submit their players’ individual stats to email@example.com by Monday afternoon. For stats not made available by a team’s coach, we used the stats submitted by the opposing team. Stats from all area teams have been made available.
Last week’s leaders can be found here.
Interestingly enough there were as many 1,000-yard passers (8) as there were rushers in the area.
Princeton’s Grant Cochran won the passing triple crown with the most completions (119), yards (1,713) and touchdowns (26) in the area.
Ty Nickell pulled ahead of Judah Price to earn the regular season rushing title. He finished with 1,836 yards and 28 touchdowns. Price retained his touchdown lead, scoring 38 in nine games to lead the area. Cooper Ridgeway became the final running back to reach the 1,000-yard club.
Princeton’s Dominick Collins joined Cochran as a triple crown winner, leading the area in the receptions (54) receiving yards (942) and touchdowns (18). Midland Trail’s Cody Harrell finished with 47 catches for 787 yards and seven touchdowns.
Statistics will be updated throughout the playoffs as well.