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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 andy@scorebooklive.com. This post will be updated as more games are played.

Past top performers:

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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.