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A rundown of the Week 5 football matchups around the CIML.
Cody Goodwin / The Register

Last Friday’s game between Lincoln and Hoover featured two of the state’s best quarterbacks — at least statistically.

Hoover’s Byron Jarrett continues to lead all players in passing yards after Week 4 of the Iowa high school football season. Lincoln’s Will McElvain isn’t far behind, slotted at fourth after a 319-yard, five-touchdown game in what ultimately became a 58-41 victory for the Railsplitters.

This week’s updated stat-leader standings featured names both new and old. Webster City’s Zane Williams has leap-frogged his way to the top of the rushing-yard leaderboard after back-to-back 300-yard rushing games. Baxter’s Braydon Aker is also trending upward in two different categories.

Without further ado…

Passing Yards

1. Byron Jarrett, senior, D.M. Hoover — 1,401 yards (59.7 completion percentage, eight touchdowns)

2. Nate Lange, junior, Northeast (Goose Lake) — 1,111 yards (70.2 completion percentage, 12 touchdowns)

3. Drake Miller, junior, Fort Dodge — 1,076 yards (70 completion percentage, 15 touchdowns)

4. Will McElvain, senior, D.M. Lincoln — 1,045 yards (69.7 completion percentage, 13 touchdowns)

5. Braydon Aker, senior, Baxter — 1,033 yards (59.6 completion percentage, 20 touchdowns)

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Rushing Yards

1. Zane Williams, senior, Webster City — 934 yards (89 attempts, 12 touchdowns)

2. Zack Santee, senior, Central Springs — 909 yards (114 attempts, nine touchdowns)

3. Chase Keifer, sophomore, Wayne — 887 yards (95 attempts, 12 touchdowns)

4. Gage Hazen-Fabor, junior, Williamsburg — 867 yards (78 attempts, 10 touchdowns)

5. Cameron Baker, junior, C.B. Jefferson — 862 yards (81 attempts, nine touchdowns)

Receiving Yards

1. Travis Lindemoen, senior, Baxter — 625 yards (25 receptions, 12 touchdowns)

2. Jarreau Jefferson, senior, D.M. Hoover — 561 yards (28 receptions, five touchdowns)

3. Mario Wright, senior, Waterloo West — 557 yards (25 receptions, six touchdowns)

4. Zach Jones, senior, Iowa City High — 521 yards (37 receptions, three touchdowns)

5. Logan Nicholson, senior, East Marshall — 499 yards (32 receptions, seven touchdowns)

Touchdowns

1. Thomas Hensley, senior, CAM (Anita) — 27 touchdowns (12 passing, 15 rushing)

2. Braydon Aker, senior, Baxter — 25 touchdowns (20 passing, five rushing)

3. Joe Weber, senior, Boyer Valley — 21 touchdowns (16 passing, four rushing, one receiving)

4. Keygan Day, soph., Stanton — 20 touchdowns (18 passing, two rushing)

T5. Drake Miller, junior, Fort Dodge — 18 touchdowns (15 passing, three rushing)

T5. Jon Miller, senior, Riceville — 18 touchdowns (four passing, 14 rushing)

Tackles

1. Noah Bandstra, junior, East Marshall — 69 tackles (55 solo)

2. Cole Sackett, junior, west central valley (Stuart) — 54.5 tackles (36 solo)

3. Cooper Andreassen, junior, English Valleys — 52.5 tackles (31 solo)

4. Dillon Rocha, senior, Stanton — 51.5 tackles (38 solo)

T5. Jacob Kathman, junior, Ogden — 50.5 tackles (35 solo)

T5. Brock Wolfe, senior, West Central Valley (Stuart) — 50.5 tackles (32 solo)

Interceptions

1. Drake Johnson, junior, Stanton — six interceptions

2. At least five tied with five interceptions

3. At least 14 tied with four interceptions

Cody Goodwin covers high school sports, college basketball recruiting and Drake athletics for The des moines register. Follow him on Twitter at @codygoodwin.

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