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Week 5 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

10/26/2020, 7:45am CDT
By Travis Wilson

Richland Center junior running back Bryce Hillers

PREP PROPS - WEEK 5

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.

Week 5 Rushing Leaders

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.

Name School Att Yards TD
Patrick Daniels Marquette University 41 283 2
Zach Wallace Burlington 34 257 5
Nick Leberg Assumption 25 248 1
Sam Galoff Brillion 18 212 3
Bryce Hillers Richland Center 14 208 3
Ashton Spitzack Potosi/Cassville 14 204 3
Javeonta Brown Waukesha North 20 202 2
Caleb Olcikas Rhinelander 24 197 1
Brye Hardel Iola-Scandinavia 7 195 3
Devon Townsend Waukesha West 34 191 3
Tanner Marsh Mondovi 13 190 5
Tristan Schelvan Amherst 13 183 3
Nick Schneider Viroqua 26 178 1
Kraig Armstrong Mauston 18 177 3
Albert Romero Onalaska 26 177 4
Aiden Gardner Medford 23 176 1
Nolan Kraus Racine Lutheran 15 175 0
Connor Roloff Cedarburg 21 172 1
Brody Allen Unity 15 169 3
Eden Jacobson Spencer/Columbus Catholic 23 167 3
Simon Bauer Durand 33 165 2
Devauntaye Parker Menomonie 21 164 1
Jon Holtz Watertown Luther Prep 11 161 3
Andrew Trandahl New Richmond 13 159 1
Max Grand Ellsworth 10 159 4

Week 5 Passing Leaders

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.

Name School Comp Att Yards TD Int
Robby Michael Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 19 28 373 6 1
Michal Dul Mosinee 19 30 335 4 0
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
Peyton O'Laughlin Burlington 14 23 281 3 0
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
Mason Folkers Edgewood 10 29 230 2 2
Maddux Allen Cumberland 14 16 227 2 0
Tristan Schelvan Amherst 16 26 224 3 1
Ben Noffke New London 13 24 221 1 2
Bryce Wickman Glenwood City 15 23 214 4 1
Gage Timm Shawano 7 14 212 2 0
Brett Wilbert Wild Rose 12 29 211 1 3
Myles Burkett Franklin 14 26 203 3 0
Logan Arrowood Cedar Grove-Belgium 12 20 203 3 0
Adam Moen Lake Mills 17 26 200 2 2
Michael Daniel Kewaskum 14 22 193 1 1
Nate Kollath Sussex Hamilton 9 22 191 1 1
Derek Digman Platteville 17 35 191 1 1
Colin Kappel Barron 25 42 190 1 2

Week 5 Receiving Leaders

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.

Name School Rec Yards TD
Colin Girdaukas Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 11 262 3
Elliott Lowney Shawano 3 212 2
Keegan Tennies West Bend West 9 178 2
Jack Martens Cumberland 11 174 1
Jackson Trudgeon Edgewood 7 166 2
Joel Humphrey Turtle Lake 10 164 3
Jack Rose Westosha Central 6 159 1
Ethan Safar Burlington 7 159 3
Gabe Wohlt New London 5 155 2
Alex Belongia Rice Lake 4 146 1
Drayton Lehman Mosinee 7 142 2
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
Cyle Kowalski Mosinee 5 120 2
Jaxson Retrum Lake Mills 7 118 2
Logan Page Platteville 7 116 1
Aaron Wagner West De Pere 4 116 1
Jack McKellips Lourdes Academy 10 115 1
Brendan Schulz Fox Valley Lutheran 5 115 2
Kevon Powell Ashland 4 115 1

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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