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Football season stats leaders for 2019

11/25/2019, 8:00am CST
By Travis Wilson

Bangor's Carter Horstman led the state in rushing touchdowns and finished third in rushing yards in 2019

Season Rushing Leaders

Grafton qualified for the playoffs for just the second time in the last 22 years behind a potent offense that put up big numbers through the air and on the ground. Senior running back Joey Giorgi took a big step forward this season, leading the state with 2,338 yards on 288 carries with 29 rushing scores. He averaged 8.1 yards per carry with 344 yards and five touchdowns in a Week 2 win over West Bend East. Giorgi was also the teams' second-leading receiver, hauling in 34 passes for 442 yards and five touchdowns. Elk Mound's Blaze Todd and Bangor's Carter Horstman shared the state lead with 33 rushing scores.

Rank Name School Att Yards TD
1 Joey Giorgi Grafton 288 2338 29
2 Tyler Tenner Racine Lutheran 238 2315 31
3 Carter Horstman Bangor 228 2234 33
4 Ean Wilson Medford 354 2183 29
5 Dalton Feddick Abbotsford 259 2126 23
6 Adam Siegel New Berlin West 295 2104 26
7 Isaiah Gash Bay Port 213 1916 30
8 Jeffrey Zeh Jefferson 129 1911 28
9 Donavan Hunt Brookfield East 299 1908 27
10 Alec Moriarty Berlin 232 1907 27
11 Blaze Todd Elk Mound 212 1865 33
12 Nate Valcarcel Whitnall 170 1824 28
13 Zach Wallace Burlington 188 1776 23
14 Jackson Beggs Almond-Bancroft 284 1737 23
15 Alec Martzahl Kimberly 201 1735 17
16 Jed Scallon Ithaca 272 1729 22
17 Kallion Buckner Middleton 218 1721 26
18 Evan Lau Hilbert 154 1681 25
19 Tyler Roehl Menasha 220 1649 17
20 Trevor Rebhahn De Soto 234 1615 24
21 Cayden Milz Black Hawk/Warren (IL) 185 1611 22
22 Tanner Keller Waterford 145 1601 20
23 Lane Wieczorek Pepin/Alma 301 1577 19
24 Rashad Lampkin Brookfield Central 284 1570 22
25 Nate Oestreich Dodgeland 225 1561 14

Season Passing Leaders

Lake Mills junior quarterback Adam Moen had a historic season, setting a new state record for most combined passing and rushing yards, with the second-most combined touchdowns in a single-season. Spear-heading the team's high-powered offense, he completed 236-of-370 passes for 3,517 yards, with 39 touchdowns. He was also the team's leading rusher, going for 960 yards and 21 touchdowns on 154 carries.

Rank Name School Comp Att Yards TD Int
1 Adam Moen Lake Mills 236 370 3517 39 12
2 Brooks Blount Waukesha West 237 377 3148 33 11
3 Brandon Wilde Palmyra-Eagle 240 406 2932 27 14
4 Trey Fitzgerald Mosinee 193 305 2764 19 9
5 Jacob Frantl Hartford 185 304 2613 28 11
6 Brady Stevens Sun Prairie 146 236 2470 30 5
7 Luke Fox Catholic Memorial 154 268 2458 28 6
8 Isaac Lindsey Mineral Point 136 201 2379 27 8
9 Mason Wiesner Manawa 142 263 2341 26 14
10 Brady Hoppert Martin Luther 145 236 2303 30 7
11 Kyle Allen Hortonville 136 244 2284 31 8
12 Ethan Pauly Watertown 169 305 2280 25 14
13 Will Bailey River Valley 129 217 2276 30 8
14 Robby Michael Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 172 315 2240 24 13
15 Maddux Allen Cumberland 145 216 2227 23 12
16 Tyr Severson Evansville 126 231 2176 25 7
17 Ray Zuleger Xavier 145 257 2147 21 12
18 Joshua Bauer Lourdes Academy 133 201 2125 30 5
19 Zach Weir Grafton 154 214 2106 23 5
20 Jake Leair Cedarburg 148 236 2104 15 13
21 Jayden Kiphart Two Rivers 140 281 2094 20 12
22 Adam Hobson Stoughton 139 232 2006 13 5
23 Johnny Kelliher Waukesha North 151 264 2005 15 11
24 Tim Salmon New Richmond 123 202 1974 21 10
25 Jackson Johnson Osseo-Fairchild 136 252 1935 15 6

Season Receiving Leaders

Lake Mills' high-powered passing attack saw two players catch at least 75 passes with more than 1100 yards. Hunter Buechel led the team and the state in receiving yards with 1,222 on 78 catches with 11 touchdowns. Cumberland's Jack Martens led the state in receptions with 94, while Martin Luther junior Sylvere Campbell had the most receiving touchdowns with 16.

Rank Name School Rec Yards TD
1 Hunter Buechel Lake Mills 78 1222 11
2 Joe Kasprzak Hartford 63 1221 14
3 Jack Martens Cumberland 94 1190 13
4 Riley Krenke Manawa 64 1179 14
5 Conner Wnek Kimberly 71 1155 9
6 Cyle Kowalski Mosinee 63 1131 8
7 Drew Biber Cedarburg 68 1124 13
8 Matt Johnson Lake Mills 82 1108 11
9 Danny Hammond Palmyra-Eagle 83 1101 11
10 Sylvere Campbell Martin Luther 61 1071 16
11 Raymone Jones Kenosha Tremper 46 1037 2
12 Nathan Streiff New Glarus/Monticello 62 1001 8
13 Colin Schaefer Sun Prairie 68 990 12
14 Josh Maier River Valley 54 973 14
15 Devon Portz Waukesha West 65 971 10
16 Chimere Dike Waukesha North 59 962 6
17 Mason Kramer Prairie du Chien 55 926 10
18 Tyler Hug Waukesha West 54 914 9
19 Seth Alexander Denmark 37 906 9
20 Colin Girdaukas Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 64 902 12
21 Elliott Lowney Shawano 45 900 8
22 Lane Larson DeForest 49 891 9
23 Bret Kostka Osseo-Fairchild 35 840 9
24 Joey Kidder New Richmond 49 836 12
25 Dominic Voiland Grafton 58 803 8

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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