Richland Center's Bryce Hillers (pictured in a game from last year) had a big day on the ground as the Hornets topped Fennimore
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Manawa wrapped up a weather-delayed game with Green Bay West on Saturday, as the Wolves ran away with a 34-0 victory. Manawa quarterback Tanner Nienhaus completed just two-of-six passes, but did considerable damage on the ground. On 23 carries, Nienhaus ran for 323 yards and three touchdowns, including a 59-yarder to open the scoring in the first quarter.
|Matt Getgen||Wisconsin Dells||24||288||4|
|Bryce Hillers||Richland Center||23||270||1|
|Chase Matthias||Two Rivers||20||244||1|
|Cody Cotton||Union Grove||20||232||3|
|Waquon Kelly||Wauwatosa West||19||225||2|
|Vidal Colon||University School||9||222||2|
|Dominik McVay||Mineral Point||11||193||4|
|Jakob Simmons||Westosha Central||13||192||4|
|Gabe Klatt||Beaver Dam||13||192||2|
Shawano versus Marinette was another game that got bumped to a Saturday finish due to the storms on Friday night. The Shawano offense was as electric as the sky was, putting up 554 yards of offense in the Hawks' 40-14 win. First year starting quarterback Carson Popp had a nearly perfect day, completing 14-of-19 passes for 373 yards and four touchdowns, good for a 155.2 passer rating (158.3 is the highest rating possible).
|Kamarion James-Ragland||Madison La Follette||13||22||280||3||2|
|Casey Marron||Monona Grove||16||23||275||5||0|
|Thomas Harper||Wauwatosa East||14||27||270||3||3|
|Nate Kollath||Sussex Hamilton||13||26||265||5||1|
|Robby Michael||Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian||19||26||265||7||0|
|Mason Herlitzke||La Crosse Central||12||21||263||3||0|
|Riley Warzynski||Stevens Point||13||17||262||5||0|
|Kaden Russo||Elk Mound||13||25||242||2||0|
|Evan Voss||Black River Falls||13||29||239||4||3|
|Kolton Schaller||Mount Horeb/Barneveld||20||33||225||1||1|
|Ethan Wickman||River Valley||8||14||223||3||0|
|Jack Peterson||Southern Door||13||27||222||3||1|
|Logan Arrowood||Cedar Grove-Belgium||12||22||222||1||1|
|Jacob Ashmus||Kenosha St. Joseph||9||15||218||4||0|
|Jerry Kaminski||Sun Prairie||12||16||213||3||0|
|Devin Beaulieu-Morgan||Menominee Indian||11||17||211||1||0|
As is often the case, the top receiving performance of the week came from the same game as the top passing performance. In Shawano's 40-14 victory over Marinette, junior wideout Ashton Henning hauled in seven passes for 216 yards and three touchdowns, averaging an impressive 31 yards per catch.
|Mike Roou||Black River Falls||6||187||3|
|Landen Alt||River Valley||4||180||2|
|Andre Corn||Menominee Indian||6||170||1|
|Dakotah Montez||Green Bay West||7||158||0|
|Ty Hoier||Monona Grove||6||155||2|
|AJ Nichols||Wauwatosa East||7||141||2|
|Ethan Johnson||Elk Mound||7||140||1|
|Carter Olson||Cuba City||4||140||2|
|Drew Daoust||Southern Door||6||127||2|
|Porter Pretasky||La Crosse Central||5||120||1|
|K'Shawn Gibbs||Madison La Follette||5||119||1|
|Sam Peiffer||Cedar Grove-Belgium||8||117||1|
|Brady Wilde||Waukesha West||7||116||1|
|Dequavion Pinter||Kenosha Christian Life||3||115||3|
|Zach Bailey||Pius XI Catholic||5||112||0|
|Isaac Raddatz||Oconto Falls||3||110||1|
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