Xavier quarterback Ray Zuleger was among the state leaders with 229 rushing yards in a win over rival Fox Valley Lutheran
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.
What a wild game it was Friday night between Pacelli and Iola-Scandinavia. The teams went back-and-forth, with Iola-Scandinavia leading 27-14 after the first quarter and 42-27 at halftime. Ultimately, the T-Birds pulled away for a 61-33 win, but Pacelli's Brycen Cashin was a nightmare for Iola-Scandinavia all night. He would carry the ball 26 times, going for 356 yards and three touchdowns in defeat, averaging 13.7 yards per carry.
|Demarion Cobb||Racine St. Catherine's||16||280||6|
|Owen Huber||Oconto Falls||22||250||4|
|Donald Austin||Saint John's Northwestern Academies||25||240||3|
|Avery Kaanta||Elk Mound||19||226||1|
|Colton Geurink||Wausau West||22||188||2|
|Micah Cody||Lakeside Lutheran||13||185||2|
|Tate Sauerwein||Lake Holcombe/Cornell||23||177||1|
|Jakob Simmons||Westosha Central||24||172||3|
|Dayo Oye||Saint Croix Falls||20||171||2|
Just a few short weeks ago, the Marquette program was given the bad news that the Milwaukee Health Department was forcing them to move to the alternate spring season. However, the Hilltoppers program kept at it, winning an appeal to begin their season, though they didn't get started until Week 2. You wouldn't know it was their first game in a 52-13 win over Wisconsin Lutheran, as quarterback Nick Hansen put up big numbers. The 6'1" senior completed 18-of-22 passes for 309 yards with four touchdowns.
|Nick Hansen||Marquette University||18||22||309||4||1|
|Joshua Bauer||Lourdes Academy||23||27||280||4||0|
|Adam Moen||Lake Mills||27||46||275||3||2|
|Ben Noffke||New London||21||36||271||4||1|
|Robby Michael||Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian||15||26||260||5||1|
|Michael Mulhollon||Westosha Central||14||27||259||2||5|
|Logan Arrowood||Cedar Grove-Belgium||9||13||233||4||2|
|Brady Hoppert||Martin Luther||19||34||228||1||2|
|Ryan McGonegle||Kenosha Tremper||21||39||222||2||1|
|Nate McLean||Menomonee Falls||13||17||220||2||1|
|Bryce Wickman||Glenwood City||21||35||212||3||0|
|Dawson Rondorf||West Bend East||11||18||203||1||1|
|Nate Kollath||Sussex Hamilton||13||29||200||2||4|
|Jayden Kiphart||Two Rivers||10||25||197||1||0|
|Sawyer Smith||Shoreland Lutheran||7||10||193||4||0|
|Noah Winter||Sheboygan Falls||17||23||193||1||0|
|Kade Van Asten||Little Chute||14||24||183||4||0|
Another week, another huge offensive performance by Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian in a win over a ranked Eastern Wisconsin Conference opponent. This time it was Chilton, as the tri-op scored a 46-6 win over the Tigers. Colin Girdaukas caught nine passes for 170 yards and four touchdowns in the game, leading the state in receiving yards for a second straight week. Mosinee's Drayton Lehman had the most receptions in a game in Week 2 with 16, accounting for 114 yards and a score, though the Indians would fall to Rhinelander 28-21.
|Colin Girdaukas||Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian||9||170||4|
|Preston Chamberlain||Kenosha Tremper||13||134||2|
|Konnor Hill||Shoreland Lutheran||4||129||3|
|Alex Eichmann||Sussex Hamilton||3||128||1|
|Frankie Collopy||Marquette University||6||120||2|
|Parker Knoll||Fox Valley Lutheran||2||117||2|
|Colten Sellin||Cedar Grove-Belgium||2||117||0|
|Gage Lindberg||Two Rivers||6||114||1|
|Sylvere Campbell||Martin Luther||8||112||0|
|Gabe Wohlt||New London||10||112||0|
|Jamison Nickolai||Sheboygan Falls||8||110||0|
|Matt Wagner||Kettle Moraine||8||110||1|
|Kenny Garth||Westosha Central||3||108||1|
|Raymone Jones||Kenosha Indian Trail||3||105||1|
|Keany Parks||Kenosha Bradford||6||101||0|
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