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Week 1 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

08/21/2017, 10:00am CDT
By Travis Wilson

Prep Props - Week 1

Prep Props is our weekly look at the best individual statistical performances in the state, with the leaders in rushing yards, passing yards, and receiving yards. Prep Props is published every Monday morning.

Week 1 Rushing Leaders

In a wild game that saw the teams combine for the second-most total yards of offense in state history, Grantsburg's John Chenal had a huge night in a 72-52 victory over Cumberland. The senior North Dakota commit carried the ball 32 times for 435 yards and 6 touchdowns, averaging 13.6 yards per carry. The 435 yards places him ninth on the state's single-game rushing list. That wasn't all he did though. He also caught two passes for 22 yards, recorded three tackles, and had a kickoff return for 23 yards.

Name School Att Yards TD
John Chenal Grantsburg 32 435 6
Zach Krause Clinton 23 307 2
Jack Peterson Somerset 23 297 4
Derik LeCaptain Southern Door 26 278 2
Julius Davis Menomonee Falls 32 247 3
Spencer Bertotto Chilton 18 239 2
Isiah Wright Milwaukee Bay View 18 229 1
George Sims Racine Horlick 6 226 1
Elijah Smith Ithaca 9 225 2
Grayson Cooley Waukesha South 31 222 2
Andrew Mallmann Whitnall 26 219 2
Henry Geil Green Bay Preble 33 215 2
Reis Stingle Shiocton 20 212 0
Alberto McPherson Kenosha Tremper 28 211 1
Joseph Robey New Berlin West 18 210 1
Kai Vedder Rib Lake/Prentice 16 210 2
Donovan Howard Milwaukee Career & Tech. Ed. 20 206 3
Malik Winston Mount Horeb/Barneveld 19 202 2
Dylan Jakscht East Troy 42 201 2
Canon Melstrand West Bend West 25 200 2
Jack Monis Lakeside Lutheran 13 200 2
Tyler Millin River Ridge 20 198 2
Codie Meinen Chippewa Falls 15 196 3
Tyler Smock Prairie du Chien 11 192 1
Peter MacCudden Waukesha West 21 192 2

Week 1 Passing Leaders

Grantsburg and Cumberland combined for 1,270 yards of offense on Friday night, the second-highest total in state history. While most of Grantsburg's came on the ground (631 yards), Cumberland did the most damage through the air. Junior quarterback Kobe Berghammer completed 49 of 66 passes for 531 yards and 7 touchdown. His 66 pass attempts would be perhaps as high as fourth in state history, while the 49 completions is a new state record. His yardage total is sixth all-time, while he's tied for second in state history in single-game touchdown passes. Unfortunately, Cumberland would fall 72-52.

Name School Comp Att Yards TD Int
Kobe Berghammer Cumberland 49 66 531 7 1
Johnny Davis La Crosse Central 22 37 406 3 0
Bryce Boda Boyceville 24 41 384 7 2
Ben Heyroth Winneconne 26 44 370 4 0
Kyle Daoust Southern Door 27 41 370 4 2
Drew Reader Fox Valley Lutheran 15 21 339 5 0
Derek Schwarting McFarland 23 45 330 5 0
Jonah Kahl Turtle Lake 21 29 327 5 1
Josh Horning Marquette University 20 36 311 1 3
Cody Bultman Kewaunee 16 29 301 3 0
Reid Larson Fennimore 23 33 289 2 0
Jacob Shillcox Two Rivers 23 35 289 4 0
Mike Emery Cadott 14 29 289 2 1
Alec Rosner Kimberly 11 16 286 2 0
Dylan Fagerland Watertown 20 34 285 2 2
Alec Ogden Monona Grove 21 30 278 2 0
Ben Kohl Oshkosh West 17 27 276 2 1
Jackson Enz Big Foot 18 27 272 2 2
Parker Windjue Whitehall 16 32 269 3 1
Ryan Lois Wautoma 12 21 268 4 1
Ben Dunkleberger Lake Mills 9 22 268 4 0
Isiah Wright Milwaukee Bay View 15 33 263 4 0
Max Alba Franklin 17 26 256 2 1
Jacob Potvin Germantown 11 16 248 1 1
Jack Cole Fond du Lac 14 28 246 3 1

Week 1 Receiving Leaders

In a game with 1,270 yards of offense, including 531 passing yards by Cumberland, it comes as no surprise that the top receiving day is from this game as well. Junior Reid Olson of Cumberland hauled in 15 passes for 251 yards and a couple touchdowns, though Grantsburg would win 72-52. 

Name School Rec Yards TD
Reid Olson Cumberland 15 251 2
Rayce Prosser Neenah 9 214 3
Bailey Gillett Cadott 5 207 2
Cody Merrill Ripon 6 205 3
Cade Oiler Watertown 12 202 0
Hayden Iverson Lake Mills 5 202 4
Sam Gerend Southern Door 11 199 1
Zach Lechnir Kimberly 4 188 2
Noah Kollock Almond-Bancroft 8 185 3
Cade Peterson Wautoma 9 167 3
Isaac Garside Bonduel 5 167 1
Colten Schild Fox Valley Lutheran 4 165 3
Reed Thompson Marquette University 8 163 0
Lucas Gerlach Monona Grove 10 163 2
Aaron Price Bloomer 7 158 2
Andre Childs Milwaukee Bay View 6 154 2
Brandon Herrick Stanley-Boyd 5 147 1
Kelvin Veldre Two Rivers 9 146 3
Jacob Price East Troy 6 141 1
Blake Kunz Germantown 3 136 1
Jeffrey Holtz Arrowhead 9 134 0
Marquon Williams Kenosha Bradford 8 132 2
Alex Anthony Whitefish Bay 7 132 0
Trevor Neuroth Fennimore 10 129 1
Marshal Scheider Winneconne 7 128 2

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