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Football Week 6 Prep Props: State's Top Performances

09/26/2022, 8:30am CDT
By Travis Wilson

River Ridge receiver Aidan Gage

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

Camron Mendoza was the quarterback for Beaver Dam last year, but when returning All-Conference running back Gabe Klatt was injured prior to the season, Mendoza made a change in the backfield. Moving over to running back, he's gone for nearly 1000 yards so far this year, including a big performance in a 39-27 win against Watertown in the 100th edition of this rivalry. Mendoza carried the ball a whopping 52 times for 309 yards with three touchdowns.

Name School Att Yards TD
Camron Mendoza Beaver Dam 52 309 3
Trevor Asher Elmwood/Plum City 31 300 3
Noah Hofmann Kaukauna 35 295 3
Levi Birkholz Lakeside Lutheran 26 282 5
Benjamin Timm Campbellsport 24 269 3
Jaron Crowder Living Word Lutheran 27 265 3
Josiah Rice Wisconsin Lutheran 35 249 4
Nathan Brzoznowski Merrill 22 247 2
Bryce Falk Middleton 33 244 4
Colton Brunell Columbus 24 241 4
Keatin Sweeney Monroe 13 235 3
Koy Hopke Amery 31 231 3
Dominick Parchman-Cole Milwaukee Vincent 14 225 3
Ben Buchholtz Lake Mills 23 223 3
Aiden Meador Saint Croix Falls 22 222 3
Kacey Spranger Union Grove 20 215 3
Vidal Colon University School 13 211 3
Ray Reineck Wausau West 26 210 1
Nikita Shankle New Lisbon 12 210 3
Maverick Cole Pulaski 18 203 2
Ian Blom Notre Dame 33 202 1
Antwon Coney Milwaukee Hamilton 20 202 1
Masen Werner Baldwin-Woodville 19 201 2
Asher Pecha Colfax 20 201 2
Adan Lopez New London 30 201 3

Week 6 Passing Leaders

Turner came up short in a 50-33 track meet loss to Lakeside Lutheran on Friday night. While Lakeside did most of its damage on the ground, Turner used a big-play passing attack spearheaded by quarterback Sean Fogel. He completed 26-of-38 passes in the loss for 432 yards and five touchdowns, with one interception. 

Name School Comp Att Yards TD Int
Sean Fogel Turner 26 38 432 5 1
Danny Staskunas West Allis Hale 28 48 344 2 2
Jerzy Brocker Shawano 21 39 336 4 2
Kade Rosenow Clintonville 11 11 323 6 0
Justin Klinkner Two Rivers 15 18 318 4 0
Dane Brost Fort Atkinson 15 31 318 1 1
Reece Kamrath Watertown 14 29 307 4 3
Jerry Kaminski Sun Prairie East 17 25 300 3 0
Blake Kogelmann Greendale 21 38 298 1 1
A.J. Curtis Waukesha North 31 46 291 1 0
Grant Chandonais Stevens Point 27 39 283 1 2
Sam Loehr Winnebago Lutheran 15 29 279 2 0
Charlie Vanden Burgt Little Chute 10 15 278 5 0
Danny Lodl Sturgeon Bay 14 18 257 3 1
Benson McDowell Viroqua 14 23 253 3 1
Evan Herbig Mukwonago 13 17 250 2 0
Walker Korish Turtle Lake 12 22 243 4 2
Teegan Streit Edgar 5 7 241 3 1
Nate Kollath Sussex Hamilton 22 33 231 2 1
Kameron Zielke Weyauwega-Fremont 17 24 231 3 1
Jeff Rowin Janesville Parker 14 15 227 4 0
Noah Harness Ozaukee 12 25 226 2 1
Stephen Schreiter Fond du Lac 15 23 224 2 1
Tyson Richard Cuba City 11 11 223 2 0
Wilson Kershner Menomonee Falls 15 27 219 2 0

Week 6 Receiving Leaders

Fort Atkinson came up a little short against Mount Horeb/Barneveld on Friday, watching the Vikings pull away for a 55-21 victory. MHB's passing attack did quite a bit of damage, led by senior Eli Cosson. The 5'10" wide receiver caught nine passes for 233 yards with one touchdown.

Name School Rec Yards TD
Eli Cosson Fort Atkinson 9 233 1
Sawyer Kowalkowski Ozaukee 10 223 2
Tyler Sutherland Turner 12 215 4
Brayden Arndt Weyauwega-Fremont 10 209 3
Izaiah Correa Greendale 8 166 1
Ashton Schmitz Iowa-Grant 8 157 1
Bryce Plzak Sturgeon Bay 8 156 2
Aidan Gage River Ridge 4 155 2
Samuel Wegener Clintonville 4 151 3
Caden Van Duyse Ashwaubenon 12 149 2
Leyton Schuett Edgar 3 146 2
Elijah Mead Waukesha North 16 146 0
Jaden Starkey Wauzeka-Steuben/Seneca 4 144 2
Evan Olson Pepin/Alma 5 144 3
Evan Voss Black River Falls 5 144 2
Logan Sipple Shawano 7 143 2
Will Lauterbach Turner 7 143 1
Caden Wold Boyceville 8 136 1
Ashton Henning Shawano 6 136 1
Mason Rybolt Mukwonago 6 133 2
Landon Fendt Watertown 6 133 2
Christian Torgerson Turtle Lake 6 130 1
Jordan Wegener Clintonville 5 127 2
Zander Popp Two Rivers 5 126 0
Connor Johnson West Allis Hale 10 123 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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