Mayville's Blake Schraufnagel put his name all over the state's record book
The 2022 high school football season was another one for the record books, as a number of players and teams etched their names in history.
Kevin Patrowsky keeps the State Record Book for the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association and has provided an updated 61-page document that is chock full of great information. Also, he's again added on to the 8-Man Football Record Book, which continues to grow. For any updates, additions, or corrections to the Record Book, please contact Kevin Patrowsky.
Below are some of the noteworthy additions to the Record Book from 2022.
With the current incarnation of 8-Player Football still being very young, there were one again a significant number of additions to the Record Book this season. We will highlight some of the more prominent additions below.
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