HS Football Stats: Passing Leaderboard

The Clippers improve to 6-1 on the season with another strong performance by their senior quarterback.

2015 High School Football Statistical Leaders
Unofficial Passing Stats

Note: Campbell, Leetonia, New Castle, Sebring, Sharpsville, Southington, Valley Christian and Warren JFK did not submit their statistics.

Passing Yards
1.Mitch Davidson (Columbiana) – 2735
2.Andrew Tomko (Sharon) – 2701
3.Augustus Necastro (Brookfield) – 2348
4.Alex Myers (Farrell) – 2127
5.Tyler Srbinovich (Niles) – 1687
6.Josh Liberati (Lisbon) – 1625
7.Mike Assion (Jackson-Milton) – 1606
8.Luke Brennan (Hickory) – 1572
9.Graham Mincher (Springfield) – 1514
10.Kameron Patterson (Grove City) – 1433
11.Matt Weingart (Salem) – 1417
12.Carlton Brown (LaBrae) – 1334
13.Spencer DeMedal (Wilmington) – 1246
14.Wyatt Larimer (Western Reserve) – 1241
15.TJ DeShields (West Branch) – 1157
16.Mark Waid (Girard) – 1152
17.Nick Cannone (West Middlesex) – 1106
18.Angelo Marino (Lakeview, OH) – 1094
19.Gage Gladysz (Greenville) – 1034
20.Ben Carkido (McDonald) – 1006
21.Spencer DeSalvo (Crestview) – 1003
22.A.J. Musolino (Struthers) – 984
23.Jake Lester (Howland) – 975
24.Brandon Allen (Champion) – 959
25.Jared Fabry (Ursuline) – 873

Completions
1.Mitch Davidson (Columbiana) – 173
2.Andrew Tomko (Sharon) – 163
3.Augustus Necastro (Brookfield) – 144
4.Graham Mincher (Springfield) – 126
5.Alex Myers (Farrell) – 124
6.Kameron Patterson (Grove City) – 122
7.Matt Weingart (Salem) – 121
8.Tyler Srbinovich (Niles) – 113
9.Josh Liberati (Lisbon) – 110
10.Luke Brennan (Hickory) – 105
11.Spencer DeMedal (Wilmington) – 103
12.Mike Assion (Jackson-Milton) – 101
13.TJ DeShields (West Branch) – 99
14.Mark Waid (Girard) – 95
14.Carlton Brown (LaBrae) – 95
16.Wyatt Larimer (Western Reserve) – 86
17.Nick Cannone (West Middlesex) – 79
18.A.J. Musolino (Struthers) – 78
19.Gage Gladysz (Greenville) – 72
20.Brandon Allen (Champion) – 71
21.Spencer DeSalvo (Crestview) – 69
22.Ben Carkido (McDonald) – 68
23.Colton Graham (United) – 66
24.Jared Fabry (Ursuline) – 63
25.Angelo Marino (Lakeview, OH) – 61

Passing Touchdowns
1.Mitch Davidson (Columbiana) – 30
1.Augustus Necastro (Brookfield) – 30
3.Andrew Tomko (Sharon) – 29
4.Josh Liberati (Lisbon) – 24
5.Luke Brennan (Hickory) – 20
5.Matt Weingart (Salem) – 20
7.Alex Myers (Farrell) – 19
8.Mike Assion (Jackson-Milton) – 14
8.Tyler Srbinovich (Niles) – 14
10.Carlton Brown (LaBrae) – 13
10.Graham Mincher (Springfield) – 13
12.Spencer DeSalvo (Crestview) – 12
12.A.J. Musolino (Struthers) – 12
12.Nick Cannone (West Middlesex) – 12
12.Wyatt Larimer (Western Reserve) – 12
16.Angelo Marino (Lakeview, OH) – 11
16.Ben Carkido (McDonald) – 11
18.Mark Waid (Girard) – 10
18.Kameron Patterson (Grove City) – 10
18.Cole Kosco (Poland) – 10
18.Spencer DeMedal (Wilmington) – 10
22.Garrett Daniello (Reynolds) – 8
22.Lynn Bowden (Harding) – 8
24.Trevore McLaughlin (Beaver Local) – 7
24.Brandon Allen (Champion) – 7
24.James Boatwright (East) – 7
24.Zach Rogers (Lakeview, OH) – 7
24.TJ DeShields (West Branch) – 7

Completion Percentage (min. of 50 attempts)
1.Mitch Davidson (Columbiana) – 68.4% (253 attempts)
2.Gage Gladysz (Greenville) – 64.9% (111 attempts)
3.TJ DeShields (West Branch) – 63.5% (156 attempts)
4.A.J. Musolino (Struthers) – 61.9% (126 attempts)
5.Josh Liberati (Lisbon) – 59.8% (157 attempts)
5.Cole Kosco (Poland) – 59.8% (92 attempts)
7.Luke Brennan (Hickory) – 59.3% (177 attempts)
8.Andrew Tomko (Sharon) – 58.2% (280 attempts)
9.Graham Mincher (Springfield) – 57.8% (218 attempts)
10.Wyatt Larimer (Western Reserve) – 57.3% (150 attempts)
11.Lynn Bowden (Harding) – 56.5% (92 attempts)
12.Matt Weingart (Salem) – 56.0% (216 attempts)
13.Kameron Patterson (Grove City) – 55.7% (219 attempts)
14.Augustus Necastro (Brookfield) – 55.6% (259 attempts)
15.Alex Myers (Farrell) – 54.9% (226 attempts)

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