River Ridge receiver Aidan Gage
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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.
|Camron Mendoza||Beaver Dam||52||309||3|
|Trevor Asher||Elmwood/Plum City||31||300||3|
|Levi Birkholz||Lakeside Lutheran||26||282||5|
|Jaron Crowder||Living Word Lutheran||27||265||3|
|Josiah Rice||Wisconsin Lutheran||35||249||4|
|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|
|Ian Blom||Notre Dame||33||202||1|
|Antwon Coney||Milwaukee Hamilton||20||202||1|
|Adan Lopez||New London||30||201||3|
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.
|Danny Staskunas||West Allis Hale||28||48||344||2||2|
|Justin Klinkner||Two Rivers||15||18||318||4||0|
|Dane Brost||Fort Atkinson||15||31||318||1||1|
|Jerry Kaminski||Sun Prairie East||17||25||300||3||0|
|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|
|Walker Korish||Turtle Lake||12||22||243||4||2|
|Nate Kollath||Sussex Hamilton||22||33||231||2||1|
|Jeff Rowin||Janesville Parker||14||15||227||4||0|
|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|
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.
|Eli Cosson||Fort Atkinson||9||233||1|
|Bryce Plzak||Sturgeon Bay||8||156||2|
|Aidan Gage||River Ridge||4||155||2|
|Caden Van Duyse||Ashwaubenon||12||149||2|
|Elijah Mead||Waukesha North||16||146||0|
|Evan Voss||Black River Falls||5||144||2|
|Christian Torgerson||Turtle Lake||6||130||1|
|Zander Popp||Two Rivers||5||126||0|
|Connor Johnson||West Allis Hale||10||123||1|
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