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Season stats leaders for 2017

11/19/2017, 11:15am CST
By Travis Wilson

Season Rushing Leaders

Lodi running back Jacob Heyroth finished his senior season in style, helping the Blue Devils to a Division 4 state title. He moved into fourth place on the state's single-season rushing list with 2,909 yards on 31 carries, rushing for 36 touchdowns. Also of note, Iola-Scandinavia junior Bryce Huettner is now fifth on the state's single-season rushing list with 2,830 yards. A staggering total of 15 players eclipsed the 2,000-yard mark this season. Since WSN started tracking statewide stats in 2007, the previous high for 2,000-yard rushers in a season was ten.

Rank Name School Att Yards TD
1 Jacob Heyroth Lodi 311 2909 36
2 Bryce Huettner Iola-Scandinavia 311 2830 34
3 Brady Redwine Elk Mound 342 2598 36
4 Zach Krause Clinton 216 2386 27
5 D.J. Stewart Kimberly 349 2299 28
6 John Chenal Grantsburg 207 2287 35
7 Javian Dayne Waunakee 290 2243 33
8 Darios Crawley-Reid Martin Luther 254 2182 37
9 Zayne Rodencal Fox Valley Lutheran 246 2180 30
10 Peter MacCudden Waukesha West 284 2165 28
11 Marcus Glodowski Amherst 200 2159 35
12 Brady Peat Iowa-Grant 316 2066 28
13 Evan Gates Lancaster 297 2056 33
14 Dylan Hendricks Pulaski 249 2039 27
15 Colton Kizewski Stevens Point 272 2001 22
16 Brady Schipper Stoughton 249 1975 25
17 Justin Evans Menomonie 295 1946 31
18 Austin Beaumier West De Pere 309 1929 27
19 Luke Reader Bangor 228 1882 31
20 Hunter Luepke Spencer/Columbus Catholic 169 1870 40
21 Isiah Wright Milwaukee Bay View 180 1867 23
22 Tyler Tenner Racine Lutheran 219 1830 27
23 Malik Winston Mount Horeb/Barneveld 281 1794 27
24 Reagan Ruffi Northwestern 228 1791 21
25 Julius Davis Menomonee Falls 257 1762 17

Season Passing Leaders

Turtle Lake fell in Level 1 of the playoffs, but senior quarterback Jonah Kahl posted one of the best passing seasons in state history, throwing for 3,430 yards and 45 touchdowns. His yardage total is fifth in state history, while his 45 touchdowns place him third.

Rank Name School Comp Att Yards TD Int
1 Jonah Kahl Turtle Lake 197 318 3430 45 9
2 Kobe Berghammer Cumberland 221 328 3201 36 5
3 Ethan Bernhardt Platteville 193 305 2807 37 8
4 Ben Dunkleberger Lake Mills 152 296 2777 36 9
5 Dylan Fagerland Watertown 244 414 2775 25 19
6 Alec Ogden Monona Grove 160 237 2682 33 5
7 Cade Garcia Whitefish Bay 167 275 2547 30 7
8 Wes Glime Notre Dame 176 279 2466 22 11
9 Hunter Plamann Xavier 175 275 2448 30 9
10 Carson Clark Markesan 113 217 2445 31 12
11 Jacob Shillcox Two Rivers 164 273 2334 25 11
12 Max Alba Franklin 165 281 2259 25 7
13 Nate Carter Waunakee 129 207 2237 25 6
14 Drew Leszczynski Brookfield Central 157 256 2212 29 2
15 Parker Windjue Whitehall 144 310 2202 19 16
16 Johnny Davis La Crosse Central 143 297 2201 18 9
17 Carter Robinson Appleton North 163 238 2197 17 3
18 Johnny Kelliher Waukesha North 164 286 2193 19 7
19 Donavon Free Marathon 131 209 2146 25 9
20 Luke Hagelin Mount Horeb/Barneveld 135 208 2131 25 5
21 Alec Rosner Kimberly 131 201 2111 26 4
22 Nick Howard Green Bay Southwest 118 231 2109 23 10
23 Jack Cole Fond du Lac 117 206 2099 21 7
24 Brennen Christopherson Mondovi 145 235 2066 18 9
25 Grayson Cooley Waukesha South 156 286 2043 21 7

Season Receiving Leaders

Lake Mills senior wide receiver Hayden Iverson had a special connection with quarterback Ben Dunkleberger, and it paid off in a big way as Iverson set a new state record with 27 receiving touchdowns this year. He finished with 77 catches for 1,573 yards, a figure that places him fifth on the state's single-season receiving yardage list. Tyler Reichel of Necedah hauled in 106 passes in just nine regular season games this year, which ties him for third on the state's single-season list.

Rank Name School Rec Yards TD
1 Hayden Iverson Lake Mills 77 1573 27
2 Donovan Blevins Platteville 65 1317 21
3 Carson Schneider Turtle Lake 69 1262 19
4 Tyler Reichel Necedah 106 1257 11
5 Caden Torgerson Turtle Lake 63 1220 17
6 Alex Anthony Whitefish Bay 70 1141 11
7 Adam Zeratsky Appleton North 61 1103 11
8 Drew Bernhagen Markesan 48 1091 13
9 Sam Gerend Southern Door 71 1088 12
10 Michael Navis Cedar Grove-Belgium 44 1081 15
11 Julian Banda Brookfield Central 82 1076 12
12 Sam Ferris Xavier 85 1044 13
13 Max Narges Cumberland 67 1025 17
14 Nathan Stoffel Marathon 55 1018 12
15 Isaiah Owens Milwaukee Lutheran 40 995 19
16 Cordell Tinch Bay Port 70 964 9
17 Kelvin Veldre Two Rivers 51 931 13
18 Reed Thompson Marquette University 62 921 4
19 Caden Hofacker Freedom 40 911 12
20 Lucas Gerlach Monona Grove 52 896 15
21 Stephen Halusan New Berlin Eisenhower 47 857 9
22 Cade Peterson Wautoma 46 838 12
23 Reid Olson Cumberland 52 820 8
24 Marquon Williams Kenosha Bradford 50 819 9
25 Rayce Prosser Neenah 51 818 10

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