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Tyner Named 6A OPOY

After a three-year prep career at the varsity level 2013 four-star running back and Oregon commit Thomas Tyner was named the 2013 6A Offensive player of the year.

Senior Thomas Tyner ran for 45 touchdowns as a senior and will go down as one of the greatest preps ever in Oregon.

Tyner also was named to the first-team offensive unit at running back.

The future Oregon Duck ran for 3,415 yards and 45 touchdowns for the Aloha Warriors who finished the year 8-3. Tyner also set single-game state records when he ran for 643 yards and 10 touchdowns against Lakeridge in week three of the regular season.

Tyner previously won the 6A offensive state player of the year as a sophomore in 2010 and was the first sophomore to ever do it. Tyner was also a first-team running back back in 2010. In 2011 Tyner's junior season was riddled with injuries but he finished the year as a 2nd-team All-State player.

Tyner finished his prep career with 6,796 yards rushing and 76 career rushing touchdowns.

Tyner was Oregon's first 2013 verbal commit and will arrive to Oregon this summer as one of the most decorated Oregon prep football players of all time.

2013 athlete Connor Strahm was named the 6A defensive player of the year. Strahm led the 14-0 Irish to their second state title in the last four years and fourth school title. Strahm was also named to the first-team 6A All-State offense and defensive teams. In 2011 as a junior Strahm was named to both teams as well.

Three-star center Oregon commit Doug Brenner out of Jesuit high school was named honorable mention all-state.

2014 three-star receiver Jordan Morgan out of Souhtridge high school was a 2nd-team All-State player at 6A. Defensive end Christian Martinek from Jesuit was also a second team member.

2014 Oregon target Connor Humphreys was named an honorable mention defensive lineman at 6A.

At the 5A level 2014 running back Jake LaCoste out of West Albany was named the offensive-player of the year. As a junior LaCoste ran for 2,876 yards and 38 touchdowns.

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