DeForest running back Gabe Finley
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There was no shortage of offense in Appleton North's 38-31 win over Ashwaubenon on Thursday, as the teams combined for more than 900 yards. Appleton North got a big game from junior running back Cal Martini, who carrie the ball 28 times for 238 yards and three touchdowns. He opened the scoring with a two-yard touchdown plunge, and his 76-yard touchdown run in the third quarter put the Lightning up for good.
|Cal Martini||Appleton North||28||238||3|
|Will Zellner||Notre Dame||27||208||5|
|Ronell James||Brown Deer||36||200||3|
|David Mueller||Saint Mary's Springs||16||194||2|
|Jamarionta Spraggins||Racine Horlick||6||173||3|
|Matt Grzybowski||Bay Port||26||160||4|
|Ben Vallafsky||Appleton West||21||154||3|
|Mason Herlitzke||La Crosse Central||19||154||3|
|Brady Dessart||East Troy||14||143||1|
New Glarus/Monticello moved to 2-0 on the season with a 34-7 win over Poynette on Thursday in another high-powered offensive showing. Senior quarterback Darris Schuett had a huge game, completing 25-of-44 passes for 407 yards and four touchdowns. Most of the damage came in the first half as the co-op program built a 28-0 halftime advantage in part to Schuett's three passing touchdowns and one rushing score. After two weeks, Schuett leads the state in passing touchdowns and passing yards.
|Darris Schuett||New Glarus/Monticello||25||44||407||4||1|
|Casey Marron||Monona Grove||17||33||258||2||1|
|Carter Riesen||Beaver Dam||23||35||222||3||1|
|Devin Beaulieu-Morgan||Menominee Indian||10||29||161||1||1|
|Gabe Herman||De Pere||8||12||156||1||1|
|Matthew Schecklman||Appleton North||10||17||148||2||0|
|Eli Frank||Bay Port||9||16||144||1||1|
|Basil Demco||Big Foot||11||23||133||1||3|
|Noah Petitt||Brown Deer||9||15||132||1||1|
New Glarus/Monticello has the state's most prolific passing attack in the early part of the season, and it was on display in a big way in a 34-7 win over Poynette last Thursday. Senior Nathan Streiff caught 12 passes for 187 yards and a pair of scores in the victory. Through two weeks, he leads the state in receptions and receiving yards.
|Nathan Streiff||New Glarus/Monticello||12||187||2|
|Alex Heran||Appleton North||7||121||2|
|Owen Croak||Monona Grove||7||114||0|
|Peter Gustafson||New Glarus/Monticello||4||111||1|
|Nate Abel||Beaver Dam||6||109||1|
|Brett Wojciechowski||East Troy||3||101||0|
|Maddax Shinners||De Pere||4||99||1|
|Colin Bertrand||South Milwaukee||5||94||1|
|Chandler Kelly||Benton/Scales Mound/Shullsburg||2||80||1|
|Tyler Dahlhauser||Monona Grove||4||75||1|
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