Brookwood's Dan Peterson had a big game as the Falcons shutout Riverdale in 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.
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.
|Kyle Walljasper||Fond du Lac||20||290||3|
|Jax Hertel||Big Foot||25||201||0|
|Connor Suszek||South Milwaukee||17||172||1|
|Miles Gallagher||Racine Case||12||172||1|
|Blake Fletcher||Racine Horlick||14||167||2|
|Landen Mahoney||Black Hawk/Warren (IL)||26||164||2|
|Lucas Milz||Black Hawk/Warren (IL)||24||162||2|
|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|
|David Mueller||Saint Mary's Springs||15||138||1|
|Will Zellner||Notre Dame||29||137||1|
|Kobe Brown||Racine Case||6||135||1|
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.
|Beau Kopp||Cuba City||23||40||260||2||1|
|Evan Voss||Black River Falls||18||35||206||2||1|
|Rafe Pawlak||South Milwaukee||15||26||180||5||0|
|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|
|Jacob Duerr||Benton/Scales Mound/Shullsburg||5||8||138||2||0|
|Riley Warzynski||Stevens Point||10||20||132||0||1|
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.
|John Vande Walle||Sun Prairie||5||106||1|
|Blake Bussan||Cuba City||10||101||0|
|Colin Bertrand||South Milwaukee||4||97||3|
|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|
|Maddax Shinners||De Pere||5||77||1|
|Marshaun Harriel||Janesville Craig||8||77||1|
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