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Week 9 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

10/21/2019, 8:15am CDT
By Travis Wilson

Bangor's Carter Horstman

PREP PROPS - WEEK 9

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 9 Rushing Leaders

HOPE Christian was hammered by Brookfield Academy 51-18 on Friday in a running clock game, but HOPE's Malcolm Gillie put up big numbers in the loss. The senior quarterback had just ten carries but racked up 356 yards and a pair of scores in the loss.

Name School Att Yards TD
Malcolm Gillie HOPE Christian 10 356 2
Adam Siegel New Berlin West 15 268 3
Tamir Thomas Menomonee Falls 28 258 4
Braelon Allen Fond du Lac 21 255 2
Joey Giorgi Grafton 23 253 3
Dalton Feddick Abbotsford 16 241 4
Trevor Rebhahn De Soto 18 239 4
Carter Horstman Bangor 12 234 1
Garrett Hertzfeldt Sauk Prairie 25 233 2
Hunter Aspenson Wauzeka-Steuben/Seneca 12 232 2
Tate Sauerwein Lake Holcombe/Cornell 20 224 0
Matthew Brandenburg Blair-Taylor 10 220 3
Isaiah Gash Bay Port 29 210 3
Tyler Tenner Racine Lutheran 26 209 1
Brady Spaeth Cadott 14 207 0
Zach Wallace Burlington 15 205 4
Wyat Bredeson Darlington 20 203 2
Nate Oestreich Dodgeland 29 199 0
Mike Dupree Milwaukee King 22 194 2
Jaron Murphy Necedah 14 190 2
Arrion Brazil Milwaukee Bradley Tech 21 190 1
Jevon Ferguson Parkview/Albany 6 189 2
Tanner Marsh Mondovi 17 186 2
William Gutknecht Madison West 28 185 2
Allieas Williams Racine Horlick 31 183 2

Week 9 Passing Leaders

In an incredibly close game where every yard mattered, Waukesha West quarterback Brooks Blount had a big game to help the Wolverines to a 38-34 victory over Mukwonago. Blount completed 29-of-42 passes for 381 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions. He added a rushing touchdown as well.

Name School Comp Att Yards TD Int
Brooks Blount Waukesha West 29 42 381 3 0
Brandon Wilde Palmyra-Eagle 19 28 368 6 1
Adam Moen Lake Mills 18 25 348 6 1
Robby Michael Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 23 46 335 4 0
Ethan Pauly Watertown 31 43 327 3 3
Darris Schuett New Glarus/Monticello 15 21 305 5 0
Jacob Frantl Hartford 19 30 304 5 0
Ryan McGonegle Kenosha Tremper 23 48 298 4 0
Myles Burkett Franklin 16 18 289 2 0
Ray Zuleger Xavier 16 31 288 2 1
Beau Kopp Cuba City 25 47 280 2 1
Ben Probst Madison La Follette 17 34 270 2 2
Trey Fitzgerald Mosinee 21 29 266 3 0
Michael Ouimette Lakeland 16 25 261 4 1
Adam Bekx Verona 16 28 256 4 0
Parker Prahl Iola-Scandinavia 14 30 244 1 3
Elliot Bird Black River Falls 17 28 236 3 1
Christian Bocik De Pere 15 26 235 1 1
Adam Hobson Stoughton 13 20 234 2 0
Isaac Lindsey Mineral Point 13 19 233 3 0
Justin Peck Mukwonago 13 17 231 2 1
Tyr Severson Evansville 11 17 230 3 0
Mason Buelow Elkhorn 19 31 224 2 0
Brady Stevens Sun Prairie 14 24 213 1 0
Oliver Hetzel Delavan-Darien 21 42 213 1 3

Week 9 Receiving Leaders

Omro was in a must-win situation on Friday night, needing a victory over Lomira to make the postseason. The Foxes claimed a dramatic 17-14 win on a last second field goal to get into the playoffs. Cade Stachura hauled in six passes for 188 receiving yards, including a 64-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter.

Name School Rec Yards TD
Cade Stachura Omro 6 188 1
Nathan Streiff New Glarus/Monticello 6 182 3
Matt Johnson Lake Mills 7 181 3
Devon Portz Waukesha West 12 175 0
Danny Hammond Palmyra-Eagle 8 171 4
Jacob Mogensen Elkhorn 10 164 1
Lane Larson DeForest 9 163 1
Conner Wnek Kimberly 11 162 0
Daniel Denault Watertown 11 162 0
Derek Lindert Pardeeville 6 154 1
Trey Kelley Racine Park 10 146 1
Justin Dierckens Kenosha Tremper 6 145 3
Nathan Hutcherson Stoughton 6 141 1
Chase Hunt Lakeland 6 140 2
Colin Schaefer Sun Prairie 7 137 1
Cody Kegler Waterloo 5 134 1
Aubrey Dawkins Verona 7 132 2
Casey Verhagen Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 9 126 0
Sully Geske Evansville 5 126 2
Kory Stas Watertown 4 125 1
Parker Lawrence Hortonville 6 124 2
Sam Steigenberger Fox Valley Lutheran 13 124 1
Mitchell Vosberg Cuba City 11 122 2
Joe Kasprzak Hartford 4 122 4
LeKwan Lewis Madison Memorial 6 121 0

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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