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Level 3 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

11/11/2019, 9:00am CST
By Travis Wilson

Muskego's Alex Current helped the Warrriors advance past Franklin

PREP PROPS - Level 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.

Level 3 Rushing Leaders

Abbotsford's Dalton Feddick helped the Falcons get out to a 14-0 first quarter lead with a pair of rushing touchdowns, and it was just the beginning of a huge day for the senior quarterback. In leading the team to a 44-24 win over Coleman, he'd finish with 354 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 29 carries as the Falcons are into the state semi-finals for the third time in the last four seasons. Feddick also went over 2000 rushing yards on the season in the victory.

Name, School Att Yards TD
Dalton Feddick, Abbotsford 29 354 2
Isaiah Gash, Bay Port 29 271 2
Jaylen Rufenacht, Black Hawk/Warren (IL) 12 234 3
Carter Horstman, Bangor 33 222 4
Obacoso Allen, Catholic Memorial 24 206 2
Donavan Hunt, Brookfield East 38 201 3
Kabaris Vasser, Madison Memorial 24 175 2
Tanner Marsh, Mondovi 21 168 2
Alec Martzahl, Kimberly 26 164 1
Cole Booth, Plymouth 33 159 1
Gabe Finley, DeForest 8 151 3
Riley Nowakowski, Marquette University 9 143 2
Kam Marshall, Madison Memorial 11 135 2
Aaron Borgerding, Spring Valley 18 134 1
Cayden Milz, Black Hawk/Warren (IL) 11 132 3
Mitchell Mahler, Kiel 27 127 2
Devon Townsend, Waukesha West 9 125 0
Trevor Rodebaugh, Monroe 26 124 0
David Mueller, Saint Mary's Springs 20 123 1
Will Bailey, River Valley 15 118 2
Tamir Thomas, Menomonee Falls 22 117 0
Alex Current, Muskego 10 115 1
Jack Leverenz, Lake Country Lutheran 12 109 2
Dylan Dohr, Hilbert 19 109 1
Alexander Kleinhans, Kiel 23 103 1

Level 3 Passing Leaders

Lake Mills fell to Catholic Memorial 47-14 in a Division 4 contest, wrapping up an outstanding season for the L-Cats and junior quarterback Adam Moen. In the loss he completed 22-of-36 passes for 308 yards and a score, adding 44 yards and a touchdown on the ground. Moen finished the year with 3,517 passing yards & 39 pass TD to go with 960 rush yards and 21 rush TD. His 4,477 combined passing & rushing yards sets a new state record. Cedar Grove-Belgium's Josh Weiss had 4,234 in 2016. It is likely that his 60 total touchdowns is second all-time.

Name, School Comp Att Yards TD Int
Adam Moen, Lake Mills 22 36 308 1 3
Luke Fox, Catholic Memorial 15 23 280 4 0
Isaac Lindsey, Mineral Point 22 41 274 1 5
Joshua Bauer, Lourdes Academy 18 23 245 2 0
Adam Waite, Turtle Lake 12 38 232 1 4
Lincoln Cullen, Amherst 7 8 220 2 0
Gabe Seifert, New Berlin Eisenhower 10 24 213 1 0
Brooks Blount, Waukesha West 11 15 209 4 0
Brady Stevens, Sun Prairie 12 20 202 1 0
Matt McDevitt, Marquette University 11 26 137 2 2
Keenan Carter, Racine St. Catherine's 11 23 132 0 3
Tyler Meyer, Chilton 10 21 131 3 1
Noah Van Asten, Kaukauna 11 20 125 1 2
Matt Davis, Lakeside Lutheran 12 31 125 0 3
Matthew Schecklman, Appleton North 13 35 114 0 1
Camdin Jansen, Racine Lutheran 9 18 102 0 0
Jarrick Miller, Franklin 8 18 101 0 2
Will Bailey, River Valley 9 21 90 0 1
Caden Pendleton, Kimberly 5 10 84 0 0
Max Schwabe, Stratford 5 6 78 1 0
Sam McGath, Brookfield East 5 11 73 0 0
Jake Brill, Northwestern 4 14 71 0 1
Mitchell Mahler, Kiel 7 12 69 0 0
Jarrett Gronski, Superior 7 12 67 0 1
Andrew Thomas, Bay Port 4 9 65 2 0

Level 3 Receiving Leaders

Amherst held off Chilton 24-19 in a hard-fought Division 5 playoff game on Friday night. Ian Hall got the Falcons on the board with a 52-yard touchdown catch from Lincoln Cullen in the first quarter. Hall would finish with four catches for 138 yards and a touchdown.

Name, School Rec Yards TD
Ian Hall, Amherst 5 137 1
Lucas Torgerson, Turtle Lake 5 131 1
Alex Oechsner, Catholic Memorial 7 124 3
Hunter Buechel, Lake Mills 8 112 0
Blaise Watters, Mineral Point 9 111 1
Preston Ruedinger, Lourdes Academy 8 107 1
Eli Hoelke, New Berlin Eisenhower 6 103 0
Casey Kahl, Turtle Lake 5 94 0
Tyler Hug, Waukesha West 5 89 2
Camden Bowe, Chilton 5 86 2
Jake Novotny, Marquette University 3 85 1
Ethan Safar, Burlington 3 79 0
Daniel Fynaardt, Catholic Memorial 4 79 1
Caden Chier, Lourdes Academy 2 78 1
Elliott Harris, Franklin 3 75 0
Tersony Vater, Lakeside Lutheran 6 75 0
Nathan Schauer, Sun Prairie 2 73 0
Dominick Landphier, Sun Prairie 3 71 1
Nolan Kraus, Racine Lutheran 3 69 0
Matt Johnson, Lake Mills 4 65 1
Conner Wnek, Kimberly 5 64 1
Carmelo Aleman, Amherst 1 63 1
Aundre Hale, Racine St. Catherine's 4 61 0
Logan Fitzhugh, Kaukauna 5 59 1
Caleb Frazier, Kimberly 2 58 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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