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September 16, 2014

Football stat leaders, Week 3

With another week of games under our belt, the top of the offensive statistical leaders are separating themselves even from the rest of the best.

Aynor's Kamron Johnson now has a 220-plus yard advantage among the next top rushers. Conway quarterback Peyton Derrick has thrown for more than 200 yards more than the fourth-best passer in the area. And Kyle Belack, Myrtle Beach's new favorite receiver, is averaging an even 100 yards per game.

Now add in the fact that some teams have already had their off week while others have it in the next two weeks, and the stats will start to tell more of the story for individual success.

RUSHING

NAME SCHOOL ATT-YDS AVG

1. Kamron Johnson AYN 123-645 5.24

2. Angelo Sauter SOC 89-422 4.74

3. Michael Billings GT 73-373 5.1

4. Dyverse Simmons CF 43-362 8.4

5. Jordan Hodge SOC 70-305 4.4

6. Brandon Sinclair MB 44-267 6.1

7. Daquan Smith AYN 29-252 8.7

8. Alan Crum SJ 52-246 4.7

9. Kevin Gasque WAC 53-228 4.3

10. Levi Moody LOR 55-224 4.1 

PASSING

NAME SCHOOL COMP-ATT-INT TDS YDS

1. Peyton Derrick CON 54-95-2 3 695

2. Drayton Arnold MB 41-67-4 8 623

3. Kendrick Furness NMB 49-106-4 4 561

4. Will Brunson CF 33-60-2 8 464

5. Ta’Jay Williams LOR 21-40-2 6 291

RECEIVING

NAME SCHOOL REC YDS AVG

1. Kyle Belack MB 14 300 21.4

2. Bryan Edwards CON 23 282 12.3

3. Colby Gore NMB 22 253 11.5

4. Victory Woods CF 12 218 18.2

5. James Long CF 9 143 15.9 

TOUCHDOWNS

NAME SCHOOL TDS

1. Will Brunson CF 9

2. Drayton Arnold MB 8

3. Ta’Jay Williams LOR 8

4. Kamron Johnson AYN 6

5. Several tied with 5

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