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Football Week 3 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

09/06/2021, 9:30am CDT
By Travis Wilson

Durand's Simon Bauer, pictured in a game last season, went for more than 300 rushing yards as the Panthers took down Stanley-Boyd

Prep Props - Week 3

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 3 Rushing Leaders

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.

Name School Att Yards TD
Jonah Jensen Brookfield Academy 20 350 5
Simon Bauer Durand 31 333 3
Cole Berghorn Badger 26 328 3
Dawson Rud Mondovi 30 310 3
Luna Larson Baraboo 21 305 4
Aiden Livingston Adams-Friendship 15 289 4
DJ Miller Racine St. Catherine's 30 285 4
Cayden Neri Rhinelander 29 271 2
Nate Kollath Sussex Hamilton 40 265 3
Eli Adams Potosi/Cassville 15 237 2
Robby Michael Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 20 234 1
Karter Butt Edgar 25 233 2
Brett Prange Manitowoc Lincoln 31 233 3
Owen Jones Cambria-Friesland 19 222 3
Cody Cotton Union Grove 25 221 2
Brandon Piche Oak Creek 24 220 2
Colton Geurink Wausau West 28 211 1
Sam Steuber Muskego 14 203 4
Ty Faltesiek Abbotsford 22 202 4
Zak Miennert Arrowhead 9 196 1
Hunter Lochner Nekoosa 20 194 3
Reed Breckheimer Hilbert 14 190 4
Matt Getgen Wisconsin Dells 24 188 4
Sebastian Nielson Boyceville 19 188 2
Joseph Gardner Campbellsport 19 188 1

Week 3 Passing Leaders

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.

Name School Comp Att Yards TD Int
Trevor Garski Mosinee 17 17 316 6 0
Josh Waite La Crosse Logan 14 27 308 3 1
Peyton Lyon Oshkosh North 20 34 308 1 1
Thomas Laufenberg Sparta 11 14 300 4 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
Carson Popp Shawano 20 31 273 2 1
Luke Novotny Marquette University 17 28 272 3 2
Myles Burkett Franklin 14 19 271 2 0
Eli Laube Fall Creek 25 49 265 2 3
Boone Kirst Ashwaubenon 23 38 264 1 0
Nate Olson Kenosha Bradford 13 22 257 4 0
Maddux Allen Cumberland 12 22 252 2 1
Drew Mears Fox Valley Lutheran 21 35 251 0 1
TJ Jablonski Tomahawk 17 21 248 2 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
Garrett Weyenberg Kaukauna 12 26 225 1 1
Trevor Syse Belleville 9 12 222 4 0
Carsen Hause Stanley-Boyd 15 25 220 2 0
Casey Marron Monona Grove 19 29 220 1 3
Matthew Buechel Kewaskum 13 19 218 1 1

Week 3 Receiving Leaders

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.

Name School Rec Yards TD
Devon McCune Whitehall 5 174 2
Ashton Henning Shawano 12 174 2
Devin Digman Platteville 6 169 1
Carson Sippel Kaukauna 5 157 1
Brady Potaczek Stanley-Boyd 6 131 1
Daeshon Benson Milwaukee Hamilton 6 130 2
Gavin Jarchow Cumberland 7 130 1
Ethan Johnson Elk Mound 7 130 1
Ryan Pierquet Chilton 2 128 1
Brayden Branstrom Clintonville 7 127 2
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
Cole Kaehne Campbellsport 3 121 1
Layden Ott Sparta 3 120 2
Gabriel Diaz Kenosha Christian Life 8 119 1
Benett Reader Fox Valley Lutheran 9 118 0
Drew Griffith Cumberland 3 117 1
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
Michael Skemp Onalaska 8 107 2

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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