Lake Country Lutheran quarterback Luke Haertle had a big game in a win over Shoreland Lutheran
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Sheboygan Falls remained unbeaten on the season with a 29-8 win over new East Central Conference foe Berlin on Friday night. Berlin actually led 8-0 after the first quarter, but Sheboygan Falls running back Jon Mathieu would score the first of his four touchdowns to help tie it heading into halftime. He'd add three more scores the rest of the way to help secure the victory for the Falcons. Mathieu would finish with 33 carries for 366 yards and those four scores. He also recorded the only reception in the game for the Falcons and tied for the team lead with 10 tackles.
|Jon Mathieu||Sheboygan Falls||33||366||4|
|Dayo Oye||Saint Croix Falls||29||248||2|
|Eden Jacobson||Spencer/Columbus Catholic||31||241||3|
|Nick Williams||Union Grove||22||232||5|
|Cam Devine||Brookfield Central||35||195||2|
|Grover Bortolotti||Whitefish Bay||28||192||1|
|Jonah Jensen||Brookfield Academy||11||181||3|
|Maurice Rockette||Wauwatosa East||18||171||4|
|Obacoso Allen||Catholic Memorial||28||170||3|
|Luke Webb||Elmwood/Plum City||22||163||3|
Ellsworth jumped all over Amery on Friday and didn't let up in a 55-7 victory, with all the points coming prior to the fourth quarter. Quarterback Mason Anderson continued his strong senior season, completing 13-of-16 passes for 282 yards and four touchdowns. Anderson now has 10 passing touchdowns on the season.
|Bryce Wickman||Glenwood City||19||32||280||2||1|
|Joshua Bauer||Lourdes Academy||15||28||275||3||1|
|Luke Haertle||Lake Country Lutheran||8||10||274||3||1|
|Riley Wathke||Fall Creek||15||39||244||1||3|
|Thomas Harper||Wauwatosa East||14||19||241||2||0|
|Brayden Warwick||Chippewa Falls||20||33||223||1||2|
|Nate Kollath||Sussex Hamilton||14||35||218||2||0|
|Adam Moen||Lake Mills||10||16||218||3||0|
|Chase Spellman||Kettle Moraine||13||23||216||4||1|
|Rory Fox||Catholic Memorial||9||17||200||2||0|
|Will Bailey||River Valley||14||27||196||2||1|
|Matt Stephany||Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian||16||26||192||2||3|
Ellsworth's dominating 55-7 victory over Amery included the state's top passing performance from Mason Anderson, but also the top receiving game courtesy of Jack Janke. The junior wide receiver caught ten passes in the win for 241 yards and three touchdowns. Janke has had more than 400 receiving yards the last two weeks and is currently second in the state with 574 yards on the season.
|Isaac Frenette||Chippewa Falls||11||169||1|
|Anthony Nichols||Wauwatosa East||4||150||2|
|Jaxson Retrum||Lake Mills||4||138||1|
|Preston Ruedinger||Lourdes Academy||8||137||2|
|Drew Olson||Glenwood City||4||134||1|
|Matt Wagner||Kettle Moraine||5||130||1|
|Casey Verhagen||Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian||9||120||0|
|Chase Caliendo||Lake Country Lutheran||4||115||1|
|Alex Oechsner||Catholic Memorial||4||110||1|
|Jackson Pettit||Saint Croix Central||4||102||1|
|Isaiah Kaufman||Fall Creek||2||100||1|
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