Level 1 Football Playoffs: Top Performances by Receivers Includes Martin of SPASH

Level 1 of the WIAA Football Playoffs produced big numbers from receivers, including SPASH receiver Quinton Martin.






Casey Verhagen Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 14 250 4
Quinton Henry Kenosha Bradford 6 178 1
Frankie Collopy Marquette University 7 158 3
Alex Eichmann Sussex Hamilton 7 148 4
Sam Barry Bay Port 4 146 1
Sam Peiffer Cedar Grove-Belgium 15 144 2
Rhett Jonas Ashwaubenon 7 140 2
Davion Thomas-Kumpula Racine St. Catherine’s 8 137 1
Anthony Nolden Belleville 7 132 1
Elliott Lowney Shawano 11 130 1
Cole Toennies Middleton 4 128 1
Carter Olson Cuba City 4 123 4
John Pitta Whitnall 7 122 0
Gabe Egan Cedar Grove-Belgium 9 120 1
Logan Sullivan Johnson Creek 7 116 0
Carter Kriewaldt Freedom 5 116 2
Ethan Steinhoff Mount Horeb/Barneveld 5 116 1
Gavin Zawicki Racine Lutheran 3 111 1
Marcus Kruzan Ashland 3 110 2
Caden Agnew Baraboo 7 106 0
Noah Fleischman Campbellsport 2 106 1
Matthew Stenbroten Lake Mills 6 104 2
Rogan Lee Martin Luther 7 104 2
Quinton Martin Stevens Point 7 104 1
Brayden Branstrom Clintonville 5 103 0

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David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]