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Season stats leaders for 2018

11/19/2018, 1:30pm CST
By Travis Wilson

Kimberly's Cody Staerkel led the state in passing as a senior

Season Rushing Leaders

Pulaski's Dylan Hendricks was named the WFCA Offensive Player of the Year after rushing for a state-best 2,833 yards this season. A single-wing quarterback, he carried the ball 404 times and scored 32 rushing touchdowns in 2018. Hendricks' single-season rushing yardage total places him fifth on the state's record list, while his 6,359 career yards is fourth all-time. Hendricks also threw for 776 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior.

Rank Name School Att Yards TD
1 Dylan Hendricks Pulaski 404 2833 32
2 Bryce Huettner Iola-Scandinavia 295 2612 42
3 Joe Aguilera Abbotsford 181 2386 38
4 Jake Dessart East Troy 307 2334 26
5 Darios Crawley-Reid Martin Luther 175 2280 44
6 Tyler Tenner Racine Lutheran 226 2275 27
7 Rashad Lampkin Brookfield Central 287 2217 30
8 Derik LeCaptain Southern Door 264 2145 23
9 Brady Redwine Elk Mound 256 2106 32
10 Kade Ehrike Stratford 268 2051 30
11 Colby Argall Black Hawk 249 2047 28
12 Leo Chenal Grantsburg 194 2038 42
13 Reagan Ruffi Northwestern 229 1981 34
14 Jaden Johnson Edgerton 209 1917 27
15 Sam Mikulak Waukesha West 236 1821 21
16 Dane Vance Lake Country Lutheran 195 1814 24
17 Jacob Kafer Omro 238 1801 24
18 Daeleon Brown-Williams Marquette University 284 1800 27
19 Carter Horstman Bangor 264 1776 23
20 Tanner Keller Waterford 163 1772 26
21 Josh Jendusa Mukwonago 252 1744 15
22 Owen Kudick Kewaunee 200 1743 21
23 Elijah Weis Kettle Moraine 244 1729 20
24 Eben Sauer Fond du Lac 179 1710 19
25 Jack Peterson Somerset 248 1672 28

Season Passing Leaders

Cody Staerkel of Kimberly was a WFCA First Team All-State choice and took home the Dave Krieg Award from WSN in his first and only season as the team's starter. He led the state passing yardage by a good amount, with 2,932 yards to go with 30 touchdowns on 182-of-286 passing in helping the Papermakers to a Division 1 runner-up finish.

Rank Name School Comp Att Yards TD Int
1 Cody Staerkel Kimberly 182 286 2932 30 5
2 Brandon Wilde Palmyra-Eagle 180 321 2557 27 18
3 Ethan Pauly Watertown 177 349 2526 23 19
4 Ethan Post Mount Horeb/Barneveld 168 259 2500 27 11
5 Johnny Davis La Crosse Central 160 263 2471 22 5
6 Richie Gilles Sun Prairie 153 257 2456 27 6
7 Luke Fox Catholic Memorial 175 292 2425 29 3
8 Reid Larson Fennimore 155 233 2370 28 6
9 Wes Glime Notre Dame 145 231 2324 27 8
10 Brooks Blount Waukesha West 156 267 2313 18 4
11 Jarrett Wulf Waunakee 131 170 2311 25 4
12 Johnny Kelliher Waukesha North 202 325 2273 19 8
13 Isaac Lindsey Mineral Point 142 237 2260 26 6
14 Jordan Bishop Monona Grove 125 215 2236 26 4
15 Mitchell Waechter Saint Mary's Springs 121 198 2188 22 3
16 Adam Moen Lake Mills 158 325 2184 26 19
17 Gavin Gillitzer Prairie du Chien 130 226 2144 27 6
18 Logan Graetz River Falls 126 181 2129 32 4
19 Denver Evans Cambridge 114 187 2121 27 8
20 Harrison Roubidoux Winneconne 189 303 2062 28 10
21 Sean Sanchez Greendale 122 178 2050 18 10
22 Bryson Johnson Eau Claire Memorial 145 296 2043 24 17
23 Nick Howard Green Bay Southwest 140 245 2004 14 8
24 Carter Robinson Appleton North 169 279 2001 26 7
25 Derek Schwarting McFarland 129 204 1985 27 4

Season Receiving Leaders

Senior Trae Tetzlaff of Waukesha West finished as the state's leader in receiving yardage thanks in large part to five consecutive 100-yard games to close the season. He hauled in 68 passes for 1,236 yards and 10 touchdowns on the year. Fox Valley Lutheran's Jakob Ulman led the state in receptions with 86, accounting for 1,129 yards and seven scores.

Rank Name School Rec Yards TD
1 Trae Tetzlaff Waukesha West 68 1236 10
2 Sawyer Maly Waunakee 50 1169 13
3 Caden Lee Mount Horeb/Barneveld 56 1134 12
4 Jakob Ulman Fox Valley Lutheran 86 1129 7
5 Cade Christensen Saint Mary's Springs 53 1115 12
6 Chimere Dike Waukesha North 79 1091 12
7 Brayden Holzemer Cuba City 65 1045 11
8 Will Pytleski Green Bay Southwest 71 1034 8
9 Ray Heilman Onalaska 68 1028 12
10 Cooper Nelson Sun Prairie 60 1027 13
11 Jared Creen River Falls 57 1001 18
12 Joe Sikma Catholic Memorial 60 998 13
13 Conner Wnek Kimberly 57 984 15
14 Maguire Fitzgerald Fennimore 56 971 10
15 Wesley Juszczak Mukwonago 47 957 7
16 Jake Rexroade Lakeland 59 954 13
17 Jamar Davis La Crosse Central 62 923 5
18 Morgan Carpenter Palmyra-Eagle 49 914 12
19 Sully Geske Evansville/Albany 49 906 12
20 Cody Lindquist Bay Port 56 903 10
21 Rudy Hommen Cambridge 45 887 14
22 Josh Maier River Valley 51 884 12
23 Drew Biber Cedarburg 66 880 6
24 Mason Kramer Prairie du Chien 51 877 10
25 Zach Lechnir Kimberly 74 873 4

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