State high school football statistical leaders


Final regular season state high school football leaders, compiled by Doug Huff, secretary-treasurer of the W.Va. Sports Writers Association:SCORINGName, School Pts1.  Jalen Jones, Oak Hill 197
2.  Ryan Switzer, George Washington 1803.  Jacob Parker, Meadow Bridge 1744.  Brandon Spurlock, Wayne 1645.  Zack Wamsley, Wahama 1446.  Kane Roush, Wahama 1387.  David Gaydosz, Cabell Midland 1328.  Chazzy Thomas, Morgantown 1269.  Chin Oparanozie, Linsly 124  9.  Jordan Bonar, Bishop Donahue 1249.  L.J. Lawrence, Elkins 12412. Joe May, Mingo Central 122
13. Danny Fife, Keyser 12114. Alex Doak, Tyler Consolidated 11615. Malik Boatright, Greenbrier West 115 16. Ross Comis, Madonna 11416. Montel Liggett, Bluefield 11416. Levi Beck, East Hardy 114
16. Austin Kirk, Tucker County 11420. Laythen Good, Buffalo 110Touchdowns: 30-Switzer; 28-Parker; 27-Jones; 25-Spurlock; 22-Gaydosz, Roush; 21-Thomas; 20-Oparanozie TD PASSES1.  Shawn Skovron, East Hardy 26
2.  Caleb Dembeck, Musselman 253.  Levi Jordan, Buffalo 224.  Austin Hensley, Hurricane 215.  Derek Nestor, Tucker County 206.  Adam Weeks, Shady Spring 197.  Kentre Grier, South Charleston 177.  Tyhree Pratt, Capital 177.  Aden Yates, Point Pleasant 177.  Mikey Newsome, Tug Valley 177.  Tony Sestito, Notre Dame 17 TD RECEPTIONS1.  Trevon Wesco, Musselman 111.  Isiah Hill, Robert C. Byrd 111.  Alex Doak, Tyler Consolidated 111.  Josh Parker, East Hardy 115.  Kevin Forrest, South Charleston 106.  Darren Zombro, Musselman 96.  Josh Rein, Logan 96.  Cole Collier, East Hardy 9 FIELD GOALS1.  Alex White, Nitro 112.  Scott Levine, Robert C. Byrd 82.  Billy Kinney, University 84.  Garret Butler, Williamstown 6Field goal distance: 48 yards - Chris Molina, Cabell Midland. Note: Molina also had 59 consecutive PAT kicks to end regular season. 
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