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Spring Football Week 6 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

05/03/2021, 9:30am CDT
By Travis Wilson

Brookwood's Dan Peterson had a big game as the Falcons shutout Riverdale in Week 6

Prep Props - Spring Week 6

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 6 Rushing Leaders

It was yet another dominating performance for the Fond du Lac Cardinals, who spent most of the second half with a running clock against a good Appleton North team, winning 42-7. Kyle Walljasper continued his impressive spring with a huge rushing performance, toting the rock 20 times for 290 yards and three touchdowns on the ground. He didn't throw it much, but did hit on five-of-eight passes for 71 yards and two more touchdowns as the Cardinals remained unbeaten heading into a Week 7 showdown with Kimberly.

Name School Att Yards TD
Kyle Walljasper Fond du Lac 20 290 3
Ben Wellhoefer Omro 26 202 4
Jax Hertel Big Foot 25 201 0
Blake Schraufnagel Mayville 23 182 3
Dan Peterson Brookwood 12 173 2
Connor Suszek South Milwaukee 17 172 1
Miles Gallagher Racine Case 12 172 1
Nick Kent Sparta 12 170 2
Blake Fletcher Racine Horlick 14 167 2
Matt Fischer Greenfield 7 165 3
Landen Mahoney Black Hawk/Warren (IL) 26 164 2
Lucas Milz Black Hawk/Warren (IL) 24 162 2
Kyle Dietzen Omro 14 160 1
Brandon Hoppman Benton/Scales Mound/Shullsburg 17 158 2
Tobey Sayeg West Allis Hale 20 158 3
Ethan Steinhoff Mount Horeb/Barneveld 25 155 1
Caleb Frazier Kimberly 19 145 3
David Mueller Saint Mary's Springs 15 138 1
Will Zellner Notre Dame 29 137 1
Kobe Brown Racine Case 6 135 1

Week 6 Passing Leaders

A week after tying a state record with eight touchdown passes, Southwestern's Peerson Kephart had another big statistical performance, though it wouldn't be enough this time as the Wildcats fell 56-20 to Benton/Scales Mound/Shullsburg. Kephart completed 20-of-45 passes for 369 yards with one touchdown, though he also threw a pair of interceptions.

Name School Comp Att Yards TD Int
Peerson Kephart Southwestern 20 45 369 1 2
Mason Keyes DeForest 13 28 272 2 2
Beau Kopp Cuba City 23 40 260 2 1
Quentin Keene Waunakee 19 31 242 3 3
Trevor Syse Belleville 14 21 240 3 0
Boone Kirst Ashwaubenon 11 24 218 2 0
William Cotter Columbus 15 23 217 1 1
Evan Voss Black River Falls 18 35 206 2 1
Rafe Pawlak South Milwaukee 15 26 180 5 0
Jacob Huntzicker Cashton 10 14 178 1 0
Bryce Barbian Cudahy 18 38 176 1 1
Carter Riesen Beaver Dam 8 25 176 1 1
Casey Marron Monona Grove 15 18 175 3 0
Darris Schuett New Glarus/Monticello 18 30 166 1 0
Basil Demco Big Foot 8 23 156 1 2
Gabe Herman De Pere 11 20 140 3 1
Luke Elkin Neenah 12 17 140 1 1
Jacob Duerr Benton/Scales Mound/Shullsburg 5 8 138 2 0
Kaden Kimmes Superior 6 10 133 0 1
Riley Warzynski Stevens Point 10 20 132 0 1

Week 6 Receiving Leaders

Southwestern fell 56-20 to Benton/Scales Mound/Shullsburg but the Wildcats did put up some impressive numbers in the passing game. Colson Splinter was one of two players to go over 100 receiving yards, catching eight passes for 183 yards.

Name School Rec Yards TD
Colson Splinter Southwestern 8 183 0
Ray Runde Southwestern 7 140 1
Jaxson Pier Belleville 5 137 2
Max Weisbrod DeForest 4 129 1
Cole Zoromski Verona 2 119 0
Donovan Johnson Oregon 3 116 1
Carter Fonger Superior 4 113 0
John Vande Walle Sun Prairie 5 106 1
Andrew Keller Waunakee 8 106 2
Zac Zeznanski Cudahy 9 104 1
Blake Bussan Cuba City 10 101 0
Colin Bertrand South Milwaukee 4 97 3
Rhett Jonas Ashwaubenon 3 96 1
Deven Magli DeForest 5 92 0
Ben Beau Benton/Scales Mound/Shullsburg 3 86 1
Sam Coon Saint Mary's Springs 3 83 2
Nate Abel Beaver Dam 6 80 0
Eli Zollar Ashwaubenon 3 77 1
Maddax Shinners De Pere 5 77 1
Marshaun Harriel Janesville Craig 8 77 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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