643 Yards And 10 Touchdowns Are Actual Game Stats For Oregon High Schooler

Aloha HS (Ore.) running back Thomas Tyner, a longtime Oregon Duck verbal commit, rushed for an absurd, record-setting 643 yards on 38 carries, with 10 TDs against Lakeridge HS (Ore.).

Tyner, an athlete equally known locally for his abilities on the track as he is on the football field (see: 10.38 100 yd dash as a sophomore), put together an all-time performance on the ground, setting state records for total rushing yards and total touchdowns in a single game as his Aloha Warriors took down the Lakeridge Pacers 84-63 in a fun, rare night of Portland area #MACtion.

The senior running back (listed by Scout.com at 6'1, 218 lbs) is considered to be a nationally elite recruit and committed to Chip Kelly and the Ducks last November.

Also, if you're keeping score with a degenerate fantasy football mind, that'd be 124 fantasy points notched by Tyner in all of your standard scoring OSAA fantasy leagues.

Thomas Tyner Highlights vs Lakeridge:

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