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Football Week 6 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

09/27/2021, 8:30am CDT
By Travis Wilson

Wisconsin Dells running back Matt Getgen

Prep Props - Week 6

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 6 Rushing Leaders

Two Rivers ran away from Valders for a 46-6 victory on Friday night to give the Purple Raiders their first Eastern Wisconsin Conference victory. Sophomore running back Chase Mathias eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark on the season with a huge performance, carrying the ball 33 times for 407 yards with six touchdowns. He scored once in the first quarter, once in the second, twice in the third, and twice in the fourth quarter. Mathias also had a team-high 15 tackles on defense with two sacks and two forced fumbles.

Name, School Att Yards TD
Chase Matthias, Two Rivers 33 407 6
Alijah Maher-Parr, Arrowhead 30 391 6
Wyatt Miland, Eleva-Strum 25 353 4
Simon Bauer, Durand 23 333 4
Dayo Oye, Saint Croix Falls 26 300 4
Leo Brostowitz, Wisconsin Rapids 29 293 3
Cortez LeGrant, Sun Prairie 17 262 1
Cole Buttke, Berlin 39 254 2
Gabe Klatt, Beaver Dam 38 251 2
Matt Getgen, Wisconsin Dells 19 249 2
Jimmy Heath, Poynette 30 246 2
Connor Roloff, Cedarburg 37 245 0
Joseph Gardner, Campbellsport 34 239 3
Trevor Asher, Elmwood/Plum City 37 237 2
Cale Drinka, DeForest 28 235 3
Gavin Grams, Fall River/Rio 26 234 1
Gabe Egan, Cedar Grove-Belgium 18 234 3
Isaac VandenBush, Luxemburg-Casco 15 229 5
AJ Korth, Menasha 23 229 3
Brock Bennington, Spencer/Columbus Catholic 30 223 3
Gage Boegli, Brodhead/Juda 16 222 2
Cole Berghorn, Badger 17 220 3
Colton Brunell, Columbus 28 218 2
Zack Bothun, Milton 24 213 4
Skyler Burkholder, Lancaster 22 210 2

Week 6 Passing Leaders

Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian had to move its game this week to Lakeland University due to the festivities associated with the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straights. The tri-op team led Kiel 28-12 at halftime but the Raiders stormed back to tie the game heading into the fourth. However, Robby Michael accounted for two scores, one passing and one rushing, help Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian to a 42-28 victory. Michael completed 14-of-23 passes in the game for 320 yards with five touchdowns, adding 17 carries for a team-high 136 yards and one rushing score. He also had seven tackles and an interception on defense.

Name, School Comp Att Int Yards TD
Robby Michael, Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 14 23 1 320 5
John Perugini, Racine St. Catherine's 10 19 1 296 1
Luke Novotny, Marquette University 11 19 0 290 2
Brady Foster, Waukesha West 21 40 0 287 3
Reece Kamrath, Watertown 14 23 0 274 4
Cael Eide, Pius XI Catholic 12 16 0 268 1
Ty Clark, West Allis Hale 16 25 0 264 1
Bryce Wickman, Glenwood City 16 19 0 261 4
Devin Beaulieu-Morgan, Menominee Indian 18 26 1 259 1
Myles Burkett, Franklin 13 19 1 257 3
Trevor Garski, Mosinee 23 38 1 247 1
Gavin Gutman, Racine Case 16 27 0 241 2
Henry Kelley, Germantown 19 29 1 237 1
Joah Filardo, Mineral Point 19 31 1 231 1
Quentin Keene, Waunakee 17 28 0 230 2
Nate Kollath, Sussex Hamilton 11 15 0 226 3
Jack Strand, Bloomer 15 27 1 219 2
Jarod Falkner, Mondovi 14 15 0 217 3
Tommy Lees, Deerfield 15 23 2 215 1
Riley Warzynski, Stevens Point 13 27 0 213 2
Evan Voss, Black River Falls 16 29 2 211 4
Chase Spellman, Kettle Moraine 8 11 0 209 4
Jackson Flottmeyer, Aquinas 10 14 0 204 2
Ayden Larson, Onalaska 19 25 0 203 0
Chase Briggs, Hayward 15 22 0 198 2

Week 6 Receiving Leaders

Racine St. Catherine's shutout Brown Deer 26-0 Friday night behind a stingy defense and a strong offensive effort that produced 470 yards of offense. Much of that came through the air, with Davion Thomas-Kumpula hauling in eight passes for 222 yards, averaging 27.8 yards per catch, though he did not find the end zone in the game.

Name, School Rec Yards TD
Davion Thomas-Kumpula, Racine St. Catherine's 8 222 1
Casey Verhagen, Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 6 204 3
Nick Ferge, Marquette University 4 195 1
Brady McCarthy, Glenwood City 9 176 2
Termarion Brumby, Racine Case 11 159 2
Keagan Jirschele, Mosinee 10 143 0
Marcus Kruzan, Ashland 2 135 2
Nhzoo Sullivan, Hayward 8 133 2
Reed Breckheimer, Hilbert 3 133 3
Calen Baumann, Roncalli 3 129 1
Keaton Arendt, Franklin 3 124 2
Mekhi Roberts, Pius XI Catholic 6 122 0
Connor Crane, Bloomer 7 119 2
Cole Toennies, Middleton 6 117 2
Will Van Fossen, Germantown 5 116 1
Brenden Larsen, Sauk Prairie 7 114 0
Gavin Zawicki, Racine Lutheran 8 114 2
AJ Nichols, Wauwatosa East 6 113 1
Christian Rhodes, Watertown 3 112 1
Jesse Martin, Platteville 5 109 0
Tyler Marty, Lakeside Lutheran 3 107 2
Chase Keller, Ithaca 4 107 1
Bret Hamm, Ozaukee 4 107 1
Nicky Odom, Onalaska 11 105 0
Drew Wagner, Kettle Moraine 4 102 1

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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