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Level 2 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

11/04/2019, 10:00am CST
By Travis Wilson

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PREP PROPS - Level 2

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.

Level 2 Rushing Leaders

West De Pere led Grafton 28-17 at halftime on Friday in a Division 3, Level 3 playoff contest, but the Phantoms would pull away in the second half behind a rushing attack that totaled 513 yards for the game. Much of the damage was done by junior running back David Vanderlogt, who carries the ball 27 times for a state-best 348 yards and five touchdowns. Three of those scores came after halftime as the team put the game out of reach en route to a 56-17 final.

Name, School Att Yards TD
David Vanderlogt, West De Pere 27 348 5
Isaiah Gash, Bay Port 35 315 4
Luke Vance, Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 21 290 3
Gaven Lisowe, Chilton 12 257 4
Alec Martzahl, Kimberly 20 242 2
Tyler Tenner, Racine Lutheran 23 237 4
Will Esser, River Ridge 31 230 2
Carter Horstman, Bangor 25 222 2
Dalton Feddick, Abbotsford 34 210 0
Colin Trautt, Northwestern 26 208 2
David Mueller, Saint Mary's Springs 7 207 4
AJ Pepin, Hartford 29 197 3
Alec Moriarty, Berlin 30 190 1
Ean Wilson, Medford 35 187 1
JJ Covill, Homestead 40 184 3
Tamir Thomas, Menomonee Falls 16 174 1
Eli Hoelke, New Berlin Eisenhower 26 172 2
Tyler Blanchard, Coleman 19 172 3
JoJo O'Leary, Pulaski 21 171 1
Teddy Redman, Stratford 4 167 2
Quincy Klister, Wrightstown 27 159 2
Evan Lau, Hilbert 14 158 3
Ryan Genrich, Mukwonago 21 157 1
Jon Verhasselt, Freedom 7 155 2
Kabaris Vasser, Madison Memorial 19 154 1

Level 2 Passing Leaders

Lake Mills trailed Martin Luther 28-20 in the third quarter when L-Cats junior quarterback Adam Moen took over. He'd account for four straight touchdowns to help the team pull away in a 54-28 victory. Moen would finish with another eye-popping statistical performance, completing 15-of-28 passes for 407 yards and three touchdowns, adding 18 rush attempts for 154 yards and four scores. 

Name, School Comp Att Yards TD Int
Adam Moen, Lake Mills 15 28 407 3 1
Zach Weir, Grafton 27 34 313 2 0
Noah Van Asten, Kaukauna 22 33 304 2 0
Tim Salmon, New Richmond 24 38 289 2 3
Mason Wiesner, Manawa 16 26 260 0 2
Reeve Lambrecht, Freedom 11 27 249 2 1
Evan Jordahl, Milton 6 15 230 2 0
Joshua Bauer, Lourdes Academy 12 15 229 4 1
Will Bailey, River Valley 9 17 228 3 0
Brady Hoppert, Martin Luther 15 30 225 3 2
Brooks Blount, Waukesha West 20 26 224 3 3
Luke Fox, Catholic Memorial 8 13 222 3 0
Isaac Lindsey, Mineral Point 15 27 212 1 1
Lincoln Cullen, Amherst 11 14 207 1 0
Brady Stevens, Sun Prairie 8 15 200 3 0
Nate McLean, Menomonee Falls 6 14 199 3 1
Jarrett Gronski, Superior 9 17 190 1 0
Kyle Allen, Hortonville 15 29 187 1 3
Matthew Schecklman, Appleton North 15 22 182 4 1
Tyler Meyer, Chilton 10 18 182 2 1
Cooper Weinfurter, Auburndale 15 23 173 1 2
Ryan Carmichael, Kewaunee 13 29 171 2 0
Dalton Damon, Burlington 8 21 160 1 0
Kyle Walljasper, Fond du Lac 8 24 151 1 2
Cain Fremstad, Blair-Taylor 9 24 145 1 3

Level 2 Receiving Leaders

Milton only completed six-of-16 passes in a tough 35-28 loss to Waunakee on Friday night, but three of those completions went to Dane Nelson. Milton led 21-7 early on, as Nelson hauled in an 81-yard touchdown early in the second quarter and a 97-yarder just a few minutes later. He'd finish with three catches for 197 yards and two scores.

Name, School Rec Yards TD
Dane Nelson, Milton 3 197 2
Preston Ruedinger, Lourdes Academy 6 178 3
Dominic Voiland, Grafton 14 170 1
Quentin Redding, Menomonee Falls 3 168 2
Josh Maier, River Valley 5 166 2
Dominick Landphier, Sun Prairie 3 160 3
Logan Fitzhugh, Kaukauna 8 129 1
Carmelo Aleman, Amherst 6 127 0
AJ Opperman, Freedom 2 126 2
Hunter Buechel, Lake Mills 5 120 1
Aundreus Griffin, Martin Luther 7 111 1
Alex Heran, Appleton North 4 108 2
Brady Herbst, Superior 3 104 0
Alex Oechsner, Catholic Memorial 3 102 2
Conner Wnek, Kimberly 3 100 1
Jayqon Owens, Hortonville 5 97 1
Andrew Keller, Waunakee 3 96 0
Dominik McVay, Mineral Point 3 96 1
Quinn Taege, Freedom 4 89 0
JoJo O'Leary, Pulaski 4 88 1
Brett Zielke, Manawa 5 88 0
Caleb Eastep, New Richmond 3 86 1
Dylan Runkel, Burlington 3 86 1
Ryan Bartol, Berlin 4 84 1
Joey Kidder, New Richmond 7 83 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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