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Spring Football Week 2 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

04/05/2021, 9:00am CDT
By Travis Wilson

DeForest running back Gabe Finley

Prep Props - Spring Week 2

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 2 Rushing Leaders

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.

Name School Att Yards TD
Cal Martini Appleton North 28 238 3
Nick Kent Sparta 22 219 3
Will Zellner Notre Dame 27 208 5
Tyler Matley Monroe 15 203 4
Ronell James Brown Deer 36 200 3
Ben Wellhoefer Omro 18 196 4
David Mueller Saint Mary's Springs 16 194 2
Gabe Finley DeForest 20 194 3
Korben Brown Parkview/Albany 17 188 3
Connor Ramage Ashwaubenon 25 177 1
Jamarionta Spraggins Racine Horlick 6 173 3
Elijah Gray Middleton 32 163 0
Matt Grzybowski Bay Port 26 160 4
Teague Szudy Oregon 13 160 4
Ben Vallafsky Appleton West 21 154 3
Mason Herlitzke La Crosse Central 19 154 3
Darrick Hill Stoughton 17 147 2
Brady Dessart East Troy 14 143 1
AJ Korth Menasha 23 136 2
Caden Brunell Columbus 22 129 4
Mason Hesebeck Clinton 20 120 1

Week 2 Passing Leaders

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.

Name School Comp Att Yards TD Int
Darris Schuett New Glarus/Monticello 25 44 407 4 1
Max Kenney Fennimore 21 38 261 1 3
Casey Marron Monona Grove 17 33 258 2 1
Tommy Lees Deerfield 17 28 254 2 3
Carter Riesen Beaver Dam 23 35 222 3 1
Will Brust Greendale 17 19 205 2 1
Kaden Kimmes Superior 13 19 180 0 0
Tyr Severson Evansville 10 26 175 0 1
AJ Korth Menasha 10 19 175 3 0
Devin Beaulieu-Morgan Menominee Indian 10 29 161 1 1
William Cotter Columbus 15 24 160 0 0
Gabe Herman De Pere 8 12 156 1 1
Luke Elkin Neenah 17 33 148 2 1
Matthew Schecklman Appleton North 10 17 148 2 0
Quinn Faust Lodi 11 18 148 2 0
Mason Fink Verona 17 26 147 0 0
Eli Frank Bay Port 9 16 144 1 1
Cadian Vang Ashwaubenon 9 18 138 1 0
Basil Demco Big Foot 11 23 133 1 3
Noah Petitt Brown Deer 9 15 132 1 1

Week 2 Receiving Leaders

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.

Name School Rec Yards TD
Nathan Streiff New Glarus/Monticello 12 187 2
Austin Horn Fennimore 9 145 1
Collin Klade Deerfield 8 136 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
Luke Maurer Menasha 6 99 1
Maddax Shinners De Pere 4 99 1
Colin Bertrand South Milwaukee 5 94 1
Bene Lemke Deerfield 8 91 0
Isaac Schaaf Waunakee 5 87 1
Chandler Kelly Benton/Scales Mound/Shullsburg 2 80 1
Miguel Smith Greendale 3 78 0
Chase Hanselman Neenah 8 78 2
Donte' Conn Menasha 3 77 2
Tyler Dahlhauser Monona Grove 4 75 1
Rhett Jonas Ashwaubenon 5 74 0
Trevor Bahrs Evansville 2 72 0

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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