Myrtleford's milestone duo kicked half the team's goals against an improving North Albury.
Ryley Sharp booted five and Lachie Dale three majors respectively in the 16.15 (111) to 9.9 (63) away win.
Sharp has now moved into equal third in the Doug Strang Medal with 25, while Dale is fifth on 23.
Wangaratta's Michael Newton leads with 31.
"Obviously it means a fair bit (to play 100 games), I started my career here and I've got a lot of love for the boys here and the small town I live in," he explained.
"Lachie and I started together back in 2014 and it's been really good to share the journey with him, that was pretty special."
Apart from the pair, rising youngster Declan Bren kicked three majors, with co-captain Matt Dussin, defender Ryan Crisp and Matt Munro starring.
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North teenager Flynn Gardiner had a breakout game, also landing five majors, while Callum Pattinson and Sam Azzi played well.
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