Durand's Simon Bauer, pictured in a game last season, went for more than 300 rushing yards as the Panthers took down Stanley-Boyd
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Brookfield Academy got out to an early lead on Catholic Central on Friday, and it's a good thing, as 22 unanswered fourth quarter points by the Hilltoppers made it a game before Brookfield Academy held on for a 49-42 victory. Senior quarterback Jonah Jensen had a hand in six of the Knights' touchdowns, rushing 20 times for 350 yards and five scores to go with 83 passing yards and a touchdown through the air. He also had 12 tackles and an interception on defense.
|Jonah Jensen||Brookfield Academy||20||350||5|
|DJ Miller||Racine St. Catherine's||30||285||4|
|Nate Kollath||Sussex Hamilton||40||265||3|
|Robby Michael||Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian||20||234||1|
|Brett Prange||Manitowoc Lincoln||31||233||3|
|Cody Cotton||Union Grove||25||221||2|
|Brandon Piche||Oak Creek||24||220||2|
|Colton Geurink||Wausau West||28||211||1|
|Matt Getgen||Wisconsin Dells||24||188||4|
It was a record-setting night as Mosinee defeated Hayward 47-7 on Friday. In the game, Mosinee senior quarterback Trevor Garski set a new state record with 17 passing attempts without an incompletion. He threw for 316 yards (18.5 yards per attempt) and six touchdowns in the win, as the Indians moved to 2-1 overall and 1-0 in Great Northern Conference play.
|Josh Waite||La Crosse Logan||14||27||308||3||1|
|Peyton Lyon||Oshkosh North||20||34||308||1||1|
|Hunter Kleitz||Janesville Craig||13||21||294||3||1|
|Jonathon Daley||West Bend West||21||42||284||1||0|
|Ty Clark||West Allis Hale||22||30||278||1||3|
|Luke Novotny||Marquette University||17||28||272||3||2|
|Eli Laube||Fall Creek||25||49||265||2||3|
|Nate Olson||Kenosha Bradford||13||22||257||4||0|
|Drew Mears||Fox Valley Lutheran||21||35||251||0||1|
|Evan Voss||Black River Falls||17||28||248||3||0|
|Thomas Harper||Wauwatosa East||13||30||246||4||0|
|Vito Massa||River Falls||6||9||228||4||0|
|Basil Demco||Big Foot||16||23||228||2||1|
|Casey Marron||Monona Grove||19||29||220||1||3|
Whitehall came up short in a 32-15 loss to Melrose-Mindoro Friday night, but the Norskie's passing game produced some solid numbers. Junior Devon McCune hauled in five passes for 174 yards, catching two touchdowns from quarterback Aidan Sonsalla. It was a career day for McCune.
Meanwhile, Shawano's Ashton Henning also had 174 receiving yards on 12 receptions, adding two touchdowns as the Hawks downed rival New London 26-14.
|Daeshon Benson||Milwaukee Hamilton||6||130||2|
|Ethan Johnson||Elk Mound||7||130||1|
|Alex Schmitz||Big Foot||9||125||1|
|Connor Johnson||West Allis Hale||8||123||0|
|Quinton Henry||Kenosha Bradford||5||121||2|
|Leo Hagberg||Fall Creek||9||121||1|
|Gabriel Diaz||Kenosha Christian Life||8||119||1|
|Benett Reader||Fox Valley Lutheran||9||118||0|
|Colin Bertrand||South Milwaukee||6||116||2|
|Eli Reynolds||La Crosse Logan||3||114||2|
|Andy Albinger||Wauwatosa East||5||111||2|
|Spencer Hiatt||West Bend West||5||111||0|
|Mike Roou||Black River Falls||5||108||2|
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