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Top stars, best performances in Week 6 (Oct. 7-9) of 2021 Washington high school football season

Union's Jaydon Jones rushes for 257 yards, Sumner's Wyatt Redding broke his own school record and Eastside Catholic's Tyson Weaver had three picks.
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Week 6 of the high school football season features the top matchups in some of the state's most competitive leagues, a No. 1 vs. No. 2 8-man showdown in Coulee City and, as always, a long list of outstanding individual performances.

Which ones stood out above the pack? We’re keeping a running tally.

RELATED: Week 6 football scoreboard

If you know of an individual performance worthy of recognition that took place in Week 6, please let us know in the comments, on social media @SBLiveWA across platforms or by email to This post will be updated as more games are played.

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Here are the top Week 6 performances:

Brayden Allen, Ridgeline (3A)

Caught 11 passes for 127 yards and two scores, highlighted by a 60-yard go-ahead touchdown late to lift new Ridgeline to its first win as a program, per The Spokesman-Review.

Thomas Broselle, Ferndale (3A)

Finished with 120 yards on eight carries, including a 65-yard touchdown run in a 51-14 win over Oak Harbor, per Whatcom Preps.

Bo Carlson, Sumner (4A)

Accounted for 214 passing yards and five total touchdowns in a 52-6 win over Curtis.

Isaiah Cowley, Ridgefield (2A)

Finished with five catches for 113 receiving yards, a rushing touchdown and two interceptions on defense for the red-hot Spudders (6-0) in a 42-0 drubbing of Mark Morris.

Ishaan Daniels, Bellevue (3A)

Scored twice on the ground and had an interception on defense in a 63-9 win over Newport of Bellevue.

Payton Graham, Kamiakin (4A)

Caught the game-sealing touchdown pass (and threw the ensuing two-point conversion pass) and logged two interceptions in Kamiakin's 34-20 win over Kennnewick.

Trayce Hanks, Lake Stevens (4A)

Scored on both sides of the ball — a 69-yard interception return for touchdown and a touchdown reception in a win over Mariner.

Josh Hinkle, Peninsula (3A)

Rushed eight times for 157 yards and two touchdowns in a 48-6 win over North Thurston, reports The News Tribune.

Payton Hoyt, Tumwater (2A)

Rushed for 128 yards and a touchdown and threw a touchdown pass to Austin Terry in a 58-0 win over Shelton.

Kole Hunsaker, Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) (1A)

Was responsible for 266 passing yards and four touchdowns to help No. 9 Lakeside stay undefeated on the season, per The Spokesman-Review.

Taylor Ioane, Camas (4A)

Junior quarterback was an efficient 15-for-18 passing for 186 yards, threw two touchdown passes (opposite one pick) and ran 20 yards for another, finishing with 49 yards in his best performance of the season.

Dane Isaak, Almira/Coulee-Hartline (1B)

Was involved in five touchdowns in a program-defining 50-20 win over No. 1 Odessa., including runs of 52 and 36 yards and a more than 70-yard gain from a pass to Grady Murray.

Reece Isaak, Almira/Coulee-Hartline (1B)

Forced two game-altering turnovers in the third quarter of a