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Week 4 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

09/16/2019, 10:15am CDT
By Travis Wilson

G-E-T's Bryce Burns

PREP PROPS - WEEK 4

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 4 Rushing Leaders

Kaukauna is off to an impressive 4-0 start to the season after a 35-7 victory over defending VFA-West champion Marshfield on Friday night in a VFA crossover game. Junior running back Hank Hofmann ripped off three long touchdown runs, the first coming on a 67-yard scamper in the first quarter. He added another 67-yard run in the second quarter, and a 68-yarder in the third quarter as the Galloping Ghosts built a 21-0 advantage heading to the fourth. Hofmann finished with 17 carries for 283 yards and three scores, adding a three-yard reception as well. 

Name, School Att Yards TD
Hank Hofmann, Kaukauna 17 283 3
Owen Kudick, Kewaunee 31 279 4
Blaze Todd, Elk Mound 23 273 5
Reece Worachek, Luxemburg-Casco 45 268 2
Jackson Beggs, Almond-Bancroft 36 264 4
Cole Wisniewski, Sparta 26 255 2
Jed Scallon, Ithaca 34 250 3
James Arett, Notre Dame 37 241 1
Jake Gessert, Kenosha St. Joseph 30 233 2
Zach Wallace, Burlington 23 232 3
Patrick Lippe, Port Washington 30 223 2
Kris Johnson, Pewaukee 29 220 1
Nate Valcarcel, Whitnall 27 220 3
Josh Bulski, Muskego 28 218 2
Jashawn Austin, Nicolet 21 214 1
Bryce Burns, Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 13 212 2
Trevor Rebhahn, De Soto 37 208 2
Tyler Roehl, Menasha 35 208 1
Cooper Diedrich, Athens 11 204 3
Ben Redlin, Pulaski 23 201 3
Nolan Niemierowitz, Arcadia 26 196 2
Colton Nicolay, Lodi 23 192 2
Connor Baumann, University School 19 189 1
Joey Giorgi, Grafton 33 188 2
Alex Current, Muskego 14 188 3

Week 4 Passing Leaders

Senior quarterback Brooks Blount was outstanding against Arrowhead on Friday night, but unfortunately after the team fell behind 24-0 early in the third quarter, the Wolverines' furious late comeback attempt fell short in a 31-28 loss to the Warhawks. Blount completed 24-of-38 passes for 345 yards and four touchdowns, with four scoring passes coming in the second half as the team raced to try to catch up. 

Name, School Comp Att Yards TD Int
Brooks Blount, Waukesha West 24 38 345 4 0
Carter Riesen, Beaver Dam 13 19 345 4 0
Adam Moen, Lake Mills 22 28 338 4 0
Ryan Weigand, Winnebago Lutheran 21 41 322 3 2
Jackson Higgins, Freedom 18 33 304 2 1
Matthew Schecklman, Appleton North 24 37 294 2 1
Tyr Severson , Evansville 13 24 294 3 1
Maddux Allen, Cumberland 21 37 292 1 3
Trey Fitzgerald, Mosinee 13 21 277 2 1
Robby Michael, Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 24 35 274 3 0
Austin Pelot, Wisconsin Rapids 14 16 270 3 1
Kenny Draeving, Turner 20 33 261 1 2
Brandon Wilde, Palmyra-Eagle 22 40 257 1 4
Mason Wiesner, Manawa 9 16 253 4 2
Joey Tanzilo, West Allis Central 23 36 252 3 0
Jackson Johnson, Osseo-Fairchild 20 37 246 1 0
Basil Demco, Big Foot 11 19 245 3 0
Tommy Darrow, Arrowhead 13 21 242 3 1
Will Bailey, River Valley 11 20 241 3 1
Johnny Kelliher, Waukesha North 18 29 234 2 1
Brady Stevens, Sun Prairie 11 20 232 2 1
Jonah Jensen, Brookfield Academy 17 32 224 3 4
Camron Behnke, Monona Grove 15 27 222 1 0
Johnny Davis, La Crosse Central 15 28 220 3 1
Ricky Canady, Racine Park 12 22 219 3 0

Week 4 Receiving Leaders

Regis' ground-and-pound was too much for Osseo-Fairchild on Friday as the Ramblers rolled to a 48-20 victory. However, Osseo-Fairchild's passing game showed plenty of successful signs, rolling up 291 yards through the air. Much of that went to senior receiver Bret Kostka, who caught nine passes for a state-best 231 yards and a touchdown this week. 

Name, School Rec Yards TD
Bret Kostka, Osseo-Fairchild 9 231 1
Jack Gillingham, Big Foot 7 203 3
Kyle Funke, Appleton North 9 184 2
Michael Mathusek, Winneconne 5 174 2
Zach Schoenberger, Beaver Dam 6 172 0
Michal Dul, Mosinee 7 170 1
Kory Stas, Watertown 6 160 2
Nolan Kopydlowski, Palmyra-Eagle 6 155 2
Brett Zielke, Manawa 3 155 3
Hunter Buechel, Lake Mills 9 155 1
Colin Girdaukas, Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 9 155 3
Donovan Schwartz, Winnebago Lutheran 8 150 2
Carson Hill , Evansville 5 139 0
Leif Iverson, Bloomer 4 139 2
Matt Johnson, Lake Mills 11 139 2
Trey Carothers, Racine Park 2 137 2
Robert Symdon, Arrowhead 3 133 2
Broden Boschert, Beaver Dam 5 132 4
Joel Santa Maria, Greenfield 7 131 3
Joe Kasprzak, Hartford 8 131 1
Nathan Schooley, Wisconsin Rapids 6 128 2
Joe Schmidt, Brookfield Academy 7 127 3
Lucas Stray, Waukesha West 6 125 1
Noah Grzegorski, West Allis Central 7 124 2
Ryan Davis, Union Grove 9 124 1

About the Author

Travis Wilson serves as the WisSports.net General Manager, Football Editor, and contributing writer for other parts of the site. Wilson was selected as part of the Sports 40 Under 40 list by Coach & AD Magazine and the National High School Athletic Coaches Association for 2019. The Wisconsin Football Coaches Association (WFCA) named Travis the 2015 recipient of the Dave McClain Distinguished Service Award. He currently serves on the WFCA Executive Board as the Website and Communications Director and is a member of the Executive Board of the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association. A graduate of Richland Center High School and Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Travis was a three-sport athlete in high school (football, baseball, basketball) and currently resides in Reedsburg. You can follow him on Twitter at @travisWSN.

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