Waunakee quarterback Quentin Keene, pictured in the 2019 state title game, was extremely efficient in a win over Milton Friday
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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.
|Andrew Trandahl||New Richmond||20||287||4|
|Dylan Thomson||Oconto Falls||30||241||4|
|Leo Brostowitz||Wisconsin Rapids||29||229||5|
|Shawn Griffin||Racine Horlick||22||229||3|
|Jakob Simmons||Westosha Central||26||223||1|
|Will Gorst||Spencer/Columbus Catholic||19||216||2|
|Nikita Schankle||New Lisbon||27||202||3|
|Tyler Rittenhouse||Howards Grove||17||193||2|
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.
|Devin Beaulieu-Morgan||Menominee Indian||13||22||365||3||0|
|Duke Shovald||West De Pere||19||32||326||2||1|
|Luke Novotny||Marquette University||15||21||307||4||0|
|Toby Kahl||Turtle Lake||12||19||301||3||0|
|Camron Mendoza||Beaver Dam||13||22||281||4||2|
|Connor Ducklow||Spring Valley||9||11||280||3||0|
|Cash Raethke||Kenosha Tremper||16||26||250||4||0|
|Brady Belisle||Saint Croix Falls||6||9||238||3||0|
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.
|Bryce Dixon||Menominee Indian||8||282||3|
|Frankie Collopy||Marquette University||12||263||4|
|Alex Soto||Beaver Dam||10||245||4|
|Justin Rielly||Spring Valley||6||204||2|
|Dylan Guckenberger||Waukesha South||10||201||4|
|Sam Peiffer||Cedar Grove-Belgium||13||183||2|
|Drew Torgerson||Turtle Lake||7||152||2|
|Daniel Krause||West Bend East||5||132||0|
|Tyler Marty||Lakeside Lutheran||3||131||3|
|Gavin Zawicki||Racine Lutheran||6||127||2|
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