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Week 3 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

09/09/2019, 8:30am CDT
By Travis Wilson

Lancaster's Corey Hahn had a big day in a win over Darlington

PREP PROPS - WEEK 3

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 3 Rushing Leaders

When you break a record held by a former Notre Dame and NFL player, you know you're doing something pretty good. That was the case for Southern Door's Nick Baudhuin Friday night, when the Eagles topped Crivitz 39-14. Carrying the ball 37 times, he rushed for 403 yards and six touchdowns, breaking the school single-game rushing record previously held by Jim Flanigan. Three of Baudhuin's scores came in the second half, when the team blew open what had been a 19-14 game at halftime.

Name School Att Yards TD
Nick Baudhuin Southern Door 37 403 6
Donovan Leverette Wausau East 34 327 4
Eli Fox Pittsville 37 308 3
Brayden Dickelman Shawano 12 293 4
Zach Wallace Burlington 16 274 4
Joey Giorgi Grafton 38 271 2
Nate Sorensen Hayward 18 243 3
Corey Hahn Lancaster 29 237 5
Drake Martin Rhinelander 29 237 3
Tyler Tenner Racine Lutheran 11 235 3
Seth Kohel River Falls 29 234 3
Zander Rockow Thorp 17 231 2
Braeden Bloom Saint Croix Central 10 217 3
Adam Siegel New Berlin West 37 216 2
Donavan Hunt Brookfield East 31 210 2
Zephyr Turner Royall 20 209 2
Brendan Sempf Boyceville 18 209 2
Tyler Roehl Menasha 39 207 4
CJ Boyd University School 18 206 2
Trevor Rodebaugh Monroe 24 205 2
Jake Denzine Athens 13 203 2
Drew Hanson Edgerton 9 198 2
Alec Moriarty Berlin 21 197 3
Josh Bulski Muskego 17 195 0
Caden Brunell Columbus 32 194 4

Week 3 Passing Leaders

In a game that went into overtime, Mosinee came up just short against Wausau East when a potential game-winning two-point conversion run was unsuccessful. In the 45-44 overtime loss to East, Mosinee quarterback Trey Fitzgerald completed 32-of-41 passes for 386 yards with three touchdowns. He added three rushing scores as well in the defeat.

Name School Comp Att Yards TD Int
Trey Fitzgerald Mosinee 32 41 386 3 0
Mason Buelow Elkhorn 26 37 320 2 0
Mac Dudkiewicz East Troy 10 23 302 3 1
Zach Weir Grafton 13 20 301 3 0
Robby Michael Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 22 40 298 3 1
Ken Granberry Milwaukee Bay View 6 13 276 3 0
JJ Wenger Belleville 15 27 269 3 2
Justin Gerke Tomah 19 31 265 3 1
Brandon Wilde Palmyra-Eagle 27 35 264 2 1
Dylan Schmitt Horicon/Hustisford 11 12 264 2 0
Matt Davis Lakeside Lutheran 16 23 260 1 0
Jayden Kiphart Two Rivers 11 21 259 4 0
Jake Leair Cedarburg 16 30 258 1 4
Tucker Kohl New London 16 19 258 2 1
Kyle Allen Hortonville 15 25 252 3 0
Isaiah LaGesse Bloomer 18 12 252 4 1
Jackson Schlender Mayville 20 34 251 1 1
Bryce Barbian Cudahy 17 32 250 1 0
Tommy Darrow Arrowhead 13 24 249 2 2
Jaylen Hill Pius XI Catholic 13 22 247 6 0
Argjent Ismaili Kenosha Indian Trail 21 34 247 2 0
Matthew Schecklman Appleton North 23 30 245 1 0
Ethan Pauly Watertown 12 24 244 4 1
Maddux Allen Cumberland 11 15 241 4 0
Nate McLean Menomonee Falls 10 14 240 4 1

Week 3 Receiving Leaders

Putting up nearly 600 yards of offense wasn't quite enough for Grafton to de-throne North Shore Conference powerhouse Homestead on Friday, as the Highlanders held on for a 42-35 victory. In the loss, Grafton's Dominic Voiland caught eight passes for a state-best 221 yards with a couple scores. Of note, Mosinee's Drayton Lehman caught 18 passes in Week 3, tying him for fourth on the state's single-game list. He finished with 214 receiving yards and two touchdowns.

Name School Rec Yards TD
Dominic Voiland Grafton 8 221 2
Drayton Lehman Mosinee 18 214 2
Joe Kasprzak Hartford 8 209 3
Owen Schultz Mondovi 3 183 3
Noah Alford Oshkosh West 3 180 1
Trevor Leamen Cedarburg 5 171 1
Brady Rodgers New London 6 171 2
Westen Schmitz Greenwood 7 160 3
Jordan Matson East Troy 5 150 1
Kade Gnewikow Tomah 10 149 2
Quentin Redding Menomonee Falls 5 146 3
Maurice Hughes Pius XI Catholic 6 145 2
Carter Lancaster Darlington 7 143 2
Preston Ruedinger Lourdes Academy 4 142 3
Jaylen Parker Milwaukee Bay View 2 140 2
Blake Huebner Waterloo 7 140 2
Chimere Dike Waukesha North 7 139 0
Luke Fehring Mayville 11 137 0
Jacob Rockweiler Elkhorn 6 134 1
Carter Gilmore Arrowhead 6 133 1
Emmitt Hawkins Cudahy 10 130 1
Lane Larson DeForest 4 129 1
Keonte Jones Madison East 6 128 1
Joel Santa Maria Greenfield 8 126 1
Will Leibbrand Whitewater 3 125 1

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