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Football Week 4 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

09/13/2021, 7:30am CDT
By Travis Wilson

Waunakee quarterback Quentin Keene, pictured in the 2019 state title game, was extremely efficient in a win over Milton Friday

Prep Props - Week 4

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 4 Rushing Leaders

Medford was locked in a tough one with Lakeland on Friday night, clinging to a 24-20 lead in the third quarter. However, Aiden Gardner went in for his fourth touchdown of the game a bit later in the period to give the Raiders a cushion and they pulled away for a 45-20 victory. Gardner carried the ball 31 times in the game for 352 yards and four touchdowns. He showed his breakaway ability with scores of 78 and 93 yards for the Raiders.

Name School Att Yards TD
Aiden Gardner Medford 31 352 4
Brycen Cashin Pacelli 25 333 4
Dawson Rud Mondovi 19 324 4
Cayden Neri Rhinelander 27 292 3
Andrew Trandahl New Richmond 20 287 4
Kane Mahoney Baraboo 43 284 1
Mathieu Oesterle Bangor 29 282 4
Caden Brugger Dodgeland 25 263 3
Colton Brunell Columbus 16 258 4
Teague Szudy Oregon 26 251 4
Marcus Harelstad Bloomer 28 247 4
Dylan Thomson Oconto Falls 30 241 4
Cole Berghorn Badger 17 237 3
Taylor Walter Watertown 32 236 5
Matt Annis Marathon 33 233 2
Leo Brostowitz Wisconsin Rapids 29 229 5
Shawn Griffin Racine Horlick 22 229 3
Gage Boegli Brodhead/Juda 13 228 4
Billy Stekel Hillsboro 31 225 2
Jakob Simmons Westosha Central 26 223 1
Brett McGuire Highland 14 222 2
Will Gorst Spencer/Columbus Catholic 19 216 2
Nikita Schankle New Lisbon 27 202 3
Isaac VandenBush Luxemburg-Casco 27 196 4
Tyler Rittenhouse Howards Grove 17 193 2

Week 4 Passing Leaders

Weyauwega-Fremont hung tough with Spencer/Columbus Catholic, even leading 28-27 in the fourth quarter before Spencer/Columbus Catholic rallied with three late scores to claim a 48-28 win. The passing attack carried the day for Weyauwega-Fremont, as Hunter Meisenhelder completed 23-of-39 passes for 366 yards and three touchdowns, though he did also throw a pair of interceptions.

Name School Comp Att Yards TD Int
Hunter Meisenhelder Weyauwega-Fremont 23 39 366 3 2
Devin Beaulieu-Morgan Menominee Indian 13 22 365 3 0
Spenser Lehman Mauston 25 31 339 4 0
Duke Shovald West De Pere 19 32 326 2 1
Quentin Keene Waunakee 12 18 323 5 0
Luke Novotny Marquette University 15 21 307 4 0
Toby Kahl Turtle Lake 12 19 301 3 0
Tyson Lucas Cameron 17 28 292 3 0
Trevor Garski Mosinee 22 28 284 4 0
Camron Mendoza Beaver Dam 13 22 281 4 2
Connor Ducklow Spring Valley 9 11 280 3 0
Max Kenney Fennimore 15 25 278 2 2
Chase Maves Evansville 10 10 272 2 0
Ben Hilton Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 10 14 271 5 0
Cooper Zimmerman Wilmot 12 25 265 2 0
Jack Hellman Oconomowoc 15 29 265 1 0
Jackson Flottmeyer Aquinas 13 17 264 4 0
Ayden Larson Onalaska 18 29 264 5 1
Derek Digman Platteville 12 15 262 3 1
Myles Burkett Franklin 11 12 261 4 0
Carson Popp Shawano 20 34 261 2 2
Tommy Lees Deerfield 16 34 252 3 0
Cash Raethke Kenosha Tremper 16 26 250 4 0
Caden Pendleton Kimberly 16 23 245 2 1
Brady Belisle Saint Croix Falls 6 9 238 3 0

Week 4 Receiving Leaders

Cadott and Menominee Indian was a very late add to the schedule for Week 4, as the teams connected Thursday in advance of Friday's contest. There was plenty of scoring, despite the short notice, as Cadott pulled away for a 54-26 victory. Menominee Indian had nearly 500 yards of offense in the loss, most of it coming through the air. Senior Bryce Dixon did most of the damage on the receiving end, hauling in eight passes for 282 yards and three touchdowns from Devin Beaulieu-Morgan, as his scoring catches came from 49, 51, and 80 yards out.

Name School Rec Yards TD
Bryce Dixon Menominee Indian 8 282 3
Frankie Collopy Marquette University 12 263 4
Brayden Arndt Weyauwega-Fremont 12 251 2
Alex Soto Beaver Dam 10 245 4
Justin Rielly Spring Valley 6 204 2
Dylan Guckenberger Waukesha South 10 201 4
Brock Massey Mauston 8 184 3
Sam Peiffer Cedar Grove-Belgium 13 183 2
Nicky Odom Onalaska 11 163 1
Drew Torgerson Turtle Lake 7 152 2
Trevor Bahrs Evansville 3 146 1
Jacob Landon Shawano 10 138 1
Jack Christianson Aquinas 5 137 1
Jake Kaminski Tomahawk 9 137 1
Owen Pawlikowski Kimberly 5 136 1
Jesse Martin Platteville 7 134 2
Daniel Krause West Bend East 5 132 0
Tyler Marty Lakeside Lutheran 3 131 3
Gavin Zawicki Racine Lutheran 6 127 2
Andrew Keller Waunakee 4 127 1
Devon McCune Whitehall 6 126 1
Ryan Routhieaux Luxemburg-Casco 7 125 2
Austin Horn Fennimore 6 125 1
Jay Ryder Bloomer 5 123 1
Collin Klade Deerfield 8 123 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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