Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian's Colin Girdaukas entered Week 3 leading the state in receiving and already had more than 200 yards as the tri-op team tried to come back late against New Holstein.
However, they needed every one of his record-breaking 74 yards on an incredible touchdown with no time left on the clock that tied the game at 50, as KLC kicker Justin Hendrikse booted home the ensuing extra point for a crazy, improbably 51-50 victory. Video of the play can be seen below.
That final reception as time expired allowed Girdaukas to break the state's single-game receiving record, as he finished the night with 339 yards on seven receptions, three of them touchdowns. The previous record was set by Spooner's Tanner Vik in 2013 when he caught eight passes for 331 yards and five scores.
Girdaukas now has 24 receptions for 767 yards and nine touchdowns in three games this season.
Not to be outdone, KLC quarterback Robby Michael moved into third place on the state's single-game passing yardage list with 579 yards, completing 24-of-36 passes with four touchdowns. The state record-holder is Southwestern's Jeff Skemp, who threw for 612 yards back in 2002 against Riverdale.
Michael has throw for 1,214 yards and 15 touchdowns while completing 52-of-89 passes for far in 2020.
The Wisconsin State Football Record Book is maintained by Kevin Patrowsky and the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association, and can be found here.
MUST WATCH: Unreal finish for the New Holstein vs. Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian game.— Matt Hietpas (@MattyHip) October 10, 2020
K-L-C came back from 14-point deficit in 4th quarter then did this with less than 0:10 seconds left.
K-L-C 51, New Holstein 50
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