Blog: 2021 Bobby Mills 1000 Yard Club – 47h version (12/16/21)

Bennington’s Dylan Mostek (No. 24 in first), is the 2021 rushing state champion with 3,089 yards, a new rushing record for a single season of 11 players. His offensive line, considered the best in the state, was (LR) # 65 Jameson Krayneski, # 70 Jacob Stier, # 61 Cody Harris, # 55 Nathan Schaefer and # 64 Carter Lerch.

2021 Bobby Mills 1000 Yard Club – 47h version

Dylan Mostek-Bennington, 3089, Class B Leader

Tyson Denker-Kenesaw, 2550, leader D-2

Caleb Busch-Burwell, 2,517, Chief D-1

Easton Weber -BDS, 2 246, junior

LJ Richardson-Bellevue West, 2 180, Class B leader

Christian Meneses-Plattsmouth, 2,054

Levi Belina Howells-Dodge, 2,039

Carlos Collazo -Aurora, 2022, Junior

Carter County Seim-Cross, 1971

Jack Wemhoff-Elgin / Pape John, 1,937, junior

Carson Glunz-Wallace, 1896, leader of 6 men

Trevor Thomsen-Summerland, 1,861, junior

Karter Kerkman-Norfolk Catholic, 1852, junior / C-2 leader

Isaiah Zelasney-Osceola, 1,818, junior

Sébastien Boyle-Scottsbluff, 1808, second year

Riley Grieser-Kearney Catholic, 1702, Chief C-1

Cade Hosier-Elmwood-Murdock, 1,626, junior

Hunter Weeping Water Mortimer, 1626

Quade Myers-Dundy Co / Stratton, 1,620

Te’Shaun Porter-Omaha North, 1,610, junior

Corbin Horner – Dundy Co / Stratton, 1609, junior

Evan Haisch-Laurel-Concord-Coleridge, 1603

Paxton Olson-Sutton, 1,597

Breckan Schluter-EMC, 1,596, second year

Logan Bokamper-Wakefield, 1,542

Jackson Roberts-North Platte St. Pats, 1475, sophomore

Gaige Ritner-Wilcox-Hildreth, 1430, second year

TJ Covington-Boys Town, 1422

Dominic Rezac-Omaha Westside, 1411

Tanner Drueke-Sutherland, 1397

Tony Berger-Riverside, 1 394

Nathan Pederson-Millard West, 1390

Peyton Sterkel-Cody-Kilgore, 1,377

Devon Borchers-Columbus Scot, 1375

Andy Maloley-Pawnee City, 1372, junior

Ryan Dixon-Auburn, 1,362

Carson McCleary-Red Cloud, 1,323

Tristian White-Arapahoe, 1,323

Caid McCart-Atkinson West Holt, 1,322

Chandler Page-Parkview Christian, 1317, junior

Brady Cook-Fullerton, 1316, junior

Dane Pokorny-Sandhills-Thedford, 1313

Carter Johnson-Anselmo-Merna, 1,309

Caleb Trimble-Pender, 1298

Haiden County Hild-Cross, 1,296

Cody Bruegeman-Bloomfield, 1,288

Prestyn Rogers-Arcadia / Loup City, 1 287

Gage Racek-Ord, 1,280

Rashad Madden-Ralston, 1,279

Millar-Cody-Kilgore Cactus, 1,277

Kenyon County Gaston-Hitchcock, 1,276

Jimmy Allen Crofton, 1,261

Koa McIntyre-Fremont Bergan, 1 261

Gabe Escalante-Winside, 1 261

Cole Mowrey-St. Edward, 1 257

Bayler Poston-Nebraska City, 1,248, junior

Dylan Hurlburt-Ord, 1,244, sophomore

Trae Hickman-Sandhills-Thedford, 1,243

Ethan Christensen-Yutan, 1 226

Braeden Stull-Scottsbluff, 1,215, junior

Cooper Slingsby-Ansley-Litchfield, 1214

Blake Detamore-Doniphan-Trumbull, 1213

Cole Ballard-Elkhorn South, 1 207, junior

Preparation Marty Brown-Creighton, 1,201, junior

Brock Roblee-North Platte, 1,186, junior

Jake Garcia-Omaha Brut, 1,185, junior

Bluffs Zephan Kluthe-Cedar, 1,185

Demarico Young-South Sioux City, 1174, second year

Adam Van Cleave-Columbus Lakeview, 1172

Dawson Dunbar-Chadron, 1 167

Dawson Murphy-Spalding Academy, 1163

Harrison Klein-Louisville, 1 151

Trevin Wendt-Pleasanton, 1,147 juniors

Josh Wattier-Wausa, 1146

Easton Mains-Elkhorn North, 1 136

Bradyn Hutto-Hitchcock County, 1136

Isaac Kracl-Crete, 1130

Luke Kasten-Potter-Dix, 1128, junior

Christian Nash-Millard South, 1 126

Hyatt Collins-Adams Central, 1121, junior

Blake Miller-Nebraska City Lourdes, 1 117

Matt Christensen-Pierce, 1113

Henry Kroeger-Elkhorn, 1107

Brody Eggers-Creighton, 1 101

Deegan Nelson-Beatrice 1,097, junior

Micah Moore-Fremont, 1,070

Clint Dierks-Fort Calhoun, 1067

Cameron Sattler-Stuart, 1,050

Brandon Bartos-Wayne, 1048

Michael Huber-Gretna, 1,036

Jakob Jordan-Falls City Sacré-Coeur, 1 023

Jared Anton-Potter-Dix, 1021

Dillon County Christansen-Garden, 1 009

Daniel Diessner-Spalding Academy, 1006

Kole Bush-Leyton, 1005

Trey Holthus-Johnson Co. Central, 1 005

Kason Loomis-Bridgeport, 1,000, junior

* 97 Nebraska running backs surpassed the 1,000 rushing yard mark in 2021 and are honored in the 47th iteration of the Bobby Mills 1000 Yard Club. There were 69 seniors, 23 juniors and 5 sophomores capable of reaching the coveted milestone of running

* Dundy County / Stratton’s Quade Myers became only the 7th player in history to run four thousand yards in his high school career and just the second 8-player to complete the round.

* FOUR running backs made the 5,000-yard career rush list last season. Kenesaw’s Tyson Denkert entered the prestigious list of 59 athletes with a total of 6,494 career rushing yards. It ranks 10th all-time. Also on the list were Quade Myers of Dundy County / Stratton (5,915 yards / 17th all-time), Burwell’s Caleb Busch (5,691 / 25th all-time) and Carter Seim of Cross County (5,306 / 35th of all time) despite running for just 121 yards in his first season and missed several games during his career.

* Cross County, Dundy County / Stratton, Ord, Sandhills-Thedford, Scottsbluff and Spalding Academy each had two running backs for over a thousand yards in 2021.

* Bennington’s Dylan Mostek set a single-season rushing record of 11 men with 3,090 yards. This eclipses the old record of 3,008, set by Calvin Strong of Omaha North in 2013.

* Fort Calhoun quarterback Zephan Kluthe became just the second player in my 1000 Yard Club history to run over a thousand yards (1,185) for a winless football team. Tim Kayton of Cedar Rapids was also successful in 1976 for the winless Tigers.

* 3,934 Nebraska High School bibs have run over 1,000 yards since I established the Bobby Mills 1000 Yard Club in 1975. This includes 1,000-yard rushers from previous eras uncovered in historical research by myself or Stu Pospisil from the Omaha World-Herald.


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