Richland Center junior running back Bryce Hillers
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Marquette couldn't get out of its own way at times in Saturday's 31-14 win over Sussex Hamilton, turning the ball over four times. However, when they did hang onto it, they amassed some impressive offensive numbers. The Hilltoppers put up 674 yards of total offense in the game, including 391 yards on the ground. 5'11", 242-pound senior running back Patrick Daniels did most of the damage, carrying the ball 41 times for 283 yards and two touchdowns. He also completed a 26-yard pass on his only attempt.
|Patrick Daniels||Marquette University||41||283||2|
|Bryce Hillers||Richland Center||14||208||3|
|Javeonta Brown||Waukesha North||20||202||2|
|Devon Townsend||Waukesha West||34||191||3|
|Nolan Kraus||Racine Lutheran||15||175||0|
|Eden Jacobson||Spencer/Columbus Catholic||23||167||3|
|Jon Holtz||Watertown Luther Prep||11||161||3|
|Andrew Trandahl||New Richmond||13||159||1|
Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian junior quarterback Robby Michael was missed considerably in a Week 4 blowout loss against Brillion, but he returned with a vengeance in Week 5. In a 51-18 victory over Valders, he completed 19-of-28 passes for 373 yards and six touchdowns. Michael added 68 yards and one score on the ground as well, plus seven tackles on defense and an interception. Despite missing a game, Michael leads the state in passing yards by more than 300 over the next closest player, averaging 396.8 yards per game. He also leads the state with 21 passing touchdowns.
|Robby Michael||Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian||19||28||373||6||1|
|Toby Kahl||Turtle Lake||17||22||318||7||0|
|Thomas Harper||Wauwatosa East||20||29||309||1||1|
|Michael Mulhollon||Westosha Central||14||25||300||2||1|
|Luke Haertle||Lake Country Lutheran||16||29||266||4||1|
|Nick Hansen||Marquette University||13||25||257||3||3|
|Chase Spellman||Kettle Moraine||14||27||253||1||0|
|Landon Dott||West Bend West||19||39||251||4||3|
|Joshua Bauer||Lourdes Academy||22||34||246||1||1|
|Ben Noffke||New London||13||24||221||1||2|
|Bryce Wickman||Glenwood City||15||23||214||4||1|
|Brett Wilbert||Wild Rose||12||29||211||1||3|
|Logan Arrowood||Cedar Grove-Belgium||12||20||203||3||0|
|Adam Moen||Lake Mills||17||26||200||2||2|
|Nate Kollath||Sussex Hamilton||9||22||191||1||1|
Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian junior receiver Colin Girdaukas continues to put up receiving numbers at a historic rate. In a 51-18 win against Valders in Week 5, Girdaukas caught 11 passes for 262 yards and three touchdowns, adding a pair of rush attempts for 15 yards plus 11 tackles, two sacks, and a forced fumble on defense. Through five games he has caught 40 passes for 1,099 yards and 12 touchdowns.
|Colin Girdaukas||Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian||11||262||3|
|Keegan Tennies||West Bend West||9||178||2|
|Joel Humphrey||Turtle Lake||10||164||3|
|Jack Rose||Westosha Central||6||159||1|
|Gabe Wohlt||New London||5||155||2|
|Alex Belongia||Rice Lake||4||146||1|
|Brendan Strenke||Turtle Lake||5||140||3|
|Sam Peiffer||Cedar Grove-Belgium||7||140||2|
|Frankie Collopy||Marquette University||8||132||1|
|Kane Cronkrite||Wild Rose||5||128||0|
|Kyle LaVoy||Sussex Hamilton||4||124||1|
|Isaiah Kaufman||Fall Creek||8||122||1|
|Quentin Redding||Menomonee Falls||4||121||0|
|Jaxson Retrum||Lake Mills||7||118||2|
|Aaron Wagner||West De Pere||4||116||1|
|Jack McKellips||Lourdes Academy||10||115||1|
|Brendan Schulz||Fox Valley Lutheran||5||115||2|
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