is making up for lost time.
After being named the Class 6A state player of the year as a sophomore, Tyner missed the postseason last year due to a fractured right ankle.
Tyner and his Aloha (Beaverton, Ore.)
teammates opened postseason play Friday against Glencoe with Tyner posting his second-best outing of the season in a 38-35 Warrior win.
Besides rushing 35 times for 431 yards, Tyner also scored five touchdowns, including the gamewinner on a 24-yard pass from Nick Krautsheid with about two minutes remaining in the game.
Tyner also had touchdown runs of 95, 10, 65 and 67 yards, giving him a total of 41 touchdowns on the season. Tyner also upped his season yardage total to 3,231 yards.
Tyner's best outing of the year was a 643-yard effort with 10 touchdowns in an 84-63 win over Lakeridge (Lake Oswego, Ore.).
Aloha (8-2) advances to play West Salem (Salem, Ore.) in the second round of the Class 6A playoffs.