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Football Week 2 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

08/30/2021, 10:15am CDT
By Travis Wilson

Richland Center's Bryce Hillers (pictured in a game from last year) had a big day on the ground as the Hornets topped Fennimore

Prep Props - Week 1

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, and for players to be included, coaches must enter game stats by 8 am on Monday.

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Week 2 Rushing Leaders

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.

Name School Att Yards TD
Tanner Nienhaus Manawa 23 323 3
Joseph Gardner Campbellsport 25 312 3
Matt Getgen Wisconsin Dells 24 288 4
Trey Colts Cambridge 23 276 5
Carter Kriewaldt Freedom 32 272 3
Connor Roloff Cedarburg 32 272 3
Bryce Hillers Richland Center 23 270 1
Aaron Grant Germantown 16 255 2
Chase Matthias Two Rivers 20 244 1
Eugene Wolff Waterloo 17 240 3
Cayden Neri Rhinelander 11 234 5
Cody Cotton Union Grove 20 232 3
Waquon Kelly Wauwatosa West 19 225 2
Vidal Colon University School 9 222 2
Chase Norton Grafton 31 221 1
Colin Boyarski Altoona 25 215 2
Simon Bauer Durand 24 215 4
Ben Wesolowski Wittenberg-Birnamwood 15 207 0
Luna Larson Baraboo 13 204 3
Blake Schraufnagel Mayville 19 198 5
Cole Berghorn Badger 32 195 3
Dominik McVay Mineral Point 11 193 4
Reed Breckheimer Hilbert 8 193 3
Jakob Simmons Westosha Central 13 192 4
Gabe Klatt Beaver Dam 13 192 2

Week 2 Passing Leaders

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). 

Name School Comp Att Yards TD Int
Carson Popp Shawano 14 19 373 4 0
Jackson Flottmeyer Aquinas 11 14 298 6 0
Mason Keyes DeForest 17 27 291 4 0
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
Tommy Lees Deerfield 17 33 248 3 2
Ben Wesolowski Wittenberg-Birnamwood 11 19 247 5 0
Charles Smith Arrowhead 9 22 245 2 0
Kaden Russo Elk Mound 13 25 242 2 0
Evan Voss Black River Falls 13 29 239 4 3
Landen Murphy Necedah 10 14 230 2 0
Caleb Huff Watertown 13 25 228 1 0
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
Jack Hellman Oconomowoc 11 16 218 3 0
Jerry Kaminski Sun Prairie 12 16 213 3 0
Devin Beaulieu-Morgan Menominee Indian 11 17 211 1 0

Week 2 Receiving Leaders

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.

Name School Rec Yards TD
Ashton Henning Shawano 7 216 3
Mike Roou Black River Falls 6 187 3
Landen Alt River Valley 4 180 2
Josiah Hansen Necedah 7 171 2
Andre Corn Menominee Indian 6 170 1
Dakotah Montez Green Bay West 7 158 0
Jacob Landon Shawano 7 157 1
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
Chase Keller Ithaca 6 130 1
Drew Daoust Southern Door 6 127 2
Max Weisbrod DeForest 7 127 2
Gavin Gordon Barron 9 121 0
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
Deven Magli DeForest 5 114 2
Sam Grieger Randolph 12 112 1
Zach Bailey Pius XI Catholic 5 112 0
Isaac Raddatz Oconto Falls 3 110 1
Luke Muscha Wittenberg-Birnamwood 4 110 3

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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