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Football Week 4 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

09/12/2022, 9:00am CDT
By Travis Wilson

Lancaster quarterback Jacob DiVall had a big game running the football

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

Abbotsford had 690 yards of offense, including 650 rushing yards in a 63-27 win over Iola-Scandinavia on Friday night. A considerable amount of that damage was done by freshman Christian Fuentes. He carried the ball 13 times for 373 yards and five touchdowns, averaging 28.7 yards per carry. He also caught two passes for 31 yards, accounting for more than 400 total yards by himself. He also had five tackles on defense, including three for loss.

Name School Att Yards TD
Christian Fuentes Abbotsford 13 373 5
JaRon Johnson Saint Francis 15 312 4
Leo Brostowitz Wisconsin Rapids 32 306 2
Trevor Asher Elmwood/Plum City 21 297 3
Jonathan Wenzel Nekoosa 25 251 3
Evan Vanevenhoven Neenah 25 249 1
Koehler Kilty Stratford 30 243 1
Nick Leberg Assumption 31 243 5
Jacob DiVall Lancaster 23 241 3
Wynn Stang Mukwonago 14 236 4
Lucas Milz Black Hawk/Warren (IL) 19 229 2
Brayden Reimer Roncalli 30 223 2
Jared Gehl Chilton 18 215 4
Nikita Shankle New Lisbon 10 214 3
Jaron Crowder Living Word Lutheran 17 213 3
Jonah Severson River Falls 36 212 4
Carson Bilitz Waterford 14 211 4
Warren Stoner Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 5 211 2
Griffin Davis Janesville Parker 23 210 2
Tyler Schoneman Random Lake 31 208 2
Colton Brunell Columbus 24 205 1
Blake Schraufnagel Mayville 20 201 4
Jacob Hanson Green Bay Southwest 38 196 3
Austin Cullen Hilbert 22 194 3
Aiden Meador Saint Croix Falls 30 193 3

Week 4 Passing Leaders

Belleville scored a 41-8 win over fellow unbeaten Southwestern/East Dubuque on Friday night, putting up big numbers through the air. Most of it was done by senior quarterback Aidan Keyes, who completed 15-of-22 passes for 343 yards with five touchdowns. Eight different receivers caught a pass in the game, as Keyes spread the ball around well.

Name School Comp Att Yards TD Int
Aidan Keyes Belleville 15 22 343 5 0
Kasey Helgeson Mount Horeb/Barneveld 21 36 308 2 0
Adam Skifton Onalaska 19 30 301 2 1
Trent Grunewald Howards Grove 13 27 291 4 0
Broden Butzin Hortonville 15 30 280 4 0
Carson Armstrong Wautoma 17 28 272 4 3
Cal Hush Waterloo 16 30 272 2 0
Danny Lodl Sturgeon Bay 12 19 260 3 0
Brandon Nabbefeld Racine Case 17 28 254 3 1
Eli Laube Fall Creek 20 32 254 3 1
Wilson Kershner Menomonee Falls 15 25 249 0 1
Braden Buss Wisconsin Dells 14 17 245 2 1
Reece Kamrath Watertown 17 26 245 3 0
Duke Shovald West De Pere 11 15 238 3 1
Alijah Ortiz Milwaukee Marshall co-op 13 26 237 3 0
Bo Milutnovich Westby 9 12 234 3 0
Henry Kelley Germantown 7 16 232 0 1
Matt Buckman Cambridge 15 27 229 3 2
John Perugini Racine St. Catherine's 6 12 227 4 0
Tyson Lucas Cameron 12 18 227 4 0
David Olson Cumberland 20 22 223 2 1
Jack Bobinski D.C. Everest 16 23 223 0 0
Grant Chandonais Stevens Point 17 32 222 2 2
Luke Novotny Marquette University 20 27 222 2 1
Justin Klinkner Two Rivers 14 23 221 2 1

Week 4 Receiving Leaders

Wisconsin Dells was a dominant 42-0 victor against Westfield in a South Central Conference game on Friday night. Junior receiver Degan Jensen continued his big season with a 10-catch, 216-yard performance that included an 85-yard touchdown reception to get the scoring going for the Chiefs.

Name School Rec Yards TD
Degan Jensen Wisconsin Dells 10 216 1
Landon Ellestad Mount Horeb/Barneveld 8 177 1
Christian Weiss Wautoma 10 172 2
Gabe Egan Cedar Grove-Belgium 7 171 5
Nicky Odom Onalaska 10 158 0
DeMarcus Conner Belleville 4 151 3
Caden Anderson Cameron 7 150 4
Will Van Fossen Germantown 2 143 0
Seth Valeri Hortonville 5 140 3
Scott Hawkins Menomonee Falls 8 135 0
Benny Marshall Waterloo 7 135 2
Leo Hagberg Fall Creek 5 134 2
Drew Torgerson Turtle Lake 4 131 1
Connor Stauff Sun Prairie East 7 131 0
Bryant Dortman Howards Grove 8 131 2
Patrick Haese Sturgeon Bay 3 130 1
Zach Scher Watertown 6 130 1
Luke Schuler Kenosha St. Joseph 4 124 2
Jacques Brooks Franklin 3 122 2
Dadon Gillen McFarland 5 120 1
Flynn Huffman D.C. Everest 6 116 0
Ethan Hurlburt Durand-Arkansaw 6 114 1
Julius Clark Eau Claire Memorial 4 110 1
Cole Wiedmeyer Winnebago Lutheran 3 109 2
Wyatt Hamersma Berlin 5 108 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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