Waunakee receiver Isaac Schaaf
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Lodi posted a 32-11 victory over Edgerton to open the spring football season, and the Blue Devils' defense certainly came up big. Also key to the victory was the impressive rushing performance by junior Lucas Heyroth, who looks to be the latest in a long line of star running backs at Lodi. He carried the ball 27 times for 261 yards to go with four touchdowns, including a pair of 26-yard scores in the second half to help put the game away.
|Tyson Lofton||Winnebago Lutheran||19||258||5|
|Mason Herlitzke||La Crosse Central||20||221||3|
|Matt Grzybowski||Bay Port||29||202||3|
|Kyle Walljasper||Fond du Lac||6||177||3|
|Beau Kopp||Cuba City||13||150||3|
|Jax Hertel||Big Foot||7||138||2|
|Cole Kerchefski||Stevens Point||27||132||2|
|Chayse Barth||Cuba City||18||131||1|
Cudahy came up short against Greenfield to open the 2021 alternate spring football season, dropping a 35-14 decision to the Hustlin' Hawks. Senior quarterback Bryce Barbian had a big day through the air for the Packers, however. He completed 28-of-47 passes for 310 yards and two scores in his first action in more than 500 days.
|Wyatt Draves||North Fond du Lac||18||33||257||2||1|
|Casey Marron||Monona Grove||19||28||248||1||4|
|Mason Herlitzke||La Crosse Central||22||33||222||3||2|
|Darris Schuett||New Glarus/Monticello||16||25||201||3||1|
|Matthew Schecklman||Appleton North||13||19||176||3||0|
|Riley Warzynski||Stevens Point||18||30||166||1||0|
|Basil Demco||Big Foot||7||15||165||2||0|
|Ty Clark||West Allis Hale||16||18||162||2||2|
|Beau Kopp||Cuba City||13||15||161||2||0|
|Kyle Walljasper||Fond du Lac||5||9||158||2||1|
Belleville has had some outstanding receivers in recent seasons and Anthony Nolden is adding his name to the list. The junior wideout caught four passes in a 19-12 win over Benton/Scales Mound/Shullsburg, with three of them going for touchdowns as he finished with 152 receiving yards. His 32-yard scoring catch from Trevor Syse in the fourth quarter proved to be the game-winner.
|Alex Schmitz||Big Foot||3||98||2|
|Tyler Collien||Fond du Lac||2||96||2|
|Jack Parman||New Glarus/Monticello||7||90||0|
|Ryan Bye||La Crosse Logan||2||83||0|
|Kamron Gothard||Sun Prairie||4||81||1|
|Liam Schalk||North Fond du Lac||5||79||1|
|Dylan Sammons||Appleton East||3||77||2|
|Brady Dillingham||Stevens Point||8||76||0|
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