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Wausaukee One Game Back in MONLPC-8 Man

Issue Date: October 4, 2017

The Wausaukee Rangers who are poised to seize control of the MONLPC-8 man league took a win over the Gillett Tigers in Gillett 38-26.

Gillett got the train rolling on the tracks as Bo Krueger broke loose on a 19 yard teedee run. Gillett kept the attack on end, scoring a short while later off a Brock Herzog pass to Adam Anderson that went 60 yards to the house, helping to push the Tigers to a 14-0 lead.

Matthew Delfosse put the Rangers on the board in the first as he heaved a 45 yard pass to Christian Shigouri.

Gillett's Herzog kept the bombers flying in the first, completing a 36 yard pass to Anderson for the 20-6 lead.

Wausaukee's Quentin Unferth posted the only points of the second quarter, finding pay dirt off a nine yard run.

After the intermission the Rangers started exerting control as a Wausaukee drive ended in a one yard goal line breaker by Delfosse. Hayden Renikow reeled in Delfosse's pass for the conversion attempt points.

Delfosse kept the Ranger scores coming with a fourth quarter pass to Tyler Gruzynski that went seven yards to the score. With six minutes left in the game Delfoose completed a pass to Renikow for the nine yard teedee.

Before time could expire Gillett's Danny Myrick scored off a four yard run.

Through the air the Rangers held the edge with 143 yards and one teedee off a six of 13 performance from Delfosse. Herzog ended the evening with 96 yards and two teedees off a two of seven effort.

On the ground Delfosse held the biggest piece of real estate, going 148 yards on 28 carries for three touchdowns. Gillett's Kruger got 101 yards and one touchdown off 21 carries.



Bulldogs Edged

By Conference

Leading Eagles


The Peshtigo Bulldogs dropped a heart-breaker to the Southern Door Eagles on Friday, Sept. 29, failing to convert a potential game-tying 2-point conversion with 26 seconds on the clock.

Southern Door got on the board first, taking a 6-0 lead when junior running back Derik LeCaptain converted a 1-yard run for the only score of the first quarter.

LeCaptain, who has been recruited by Division I programs like Wisconsin and Iowa, was limited to 66 yards on 16 carries.

Peshtigo was far more successful on the ground, as starting running back, sophomore Jerod Jandt, ran the ball 29 times for 180 yards and two scores. Junior wide receiver Nick Nielson also added 12 carries for 102 yards and a touchdown.

Nielson's touchdown came in the second quarter, as he scored from a yard out. A kick from junior Aidan Bohaczek made the score 7-6.

Interim Head Coach Jeff Bayerl, who is moving from offensive line and linebackers coach to head coach for the remainder of the season, credited the team's rushing attack to "really, really good line blocking."

Bayerl is taking over for Eric Seyler, who was suspended for the remainder of the season for "conduct unbecoming of a coach." His situation will be re-evaluated at the end of the season.

"Kids were moving their feet coming off the ball," Bayerl said of his blocking, crediting the line and running backs for "just doing their jobs."

Junior quarterback Kyle Daoust gave the Eagles the lead again when he threw a 3-yard touchdown to senior Samuel Gerend in the second quarter. LeCaptain converted the 2-point conversion for his final contribution to the scoreboard for the game, and the Eagles led 14-7 at half.

Bayerl said stopping LeCaptain came down to his defense rallying to the ball. "We got a lot of hats to the ball" He's a young man that you don't bring down with just one person," he said.

The Bulldogs scored two touchdowns in the second half, with Jandt scoring 1-yard and 6-yard touchdowns, in the fourth quarter, but were done in by failed 2-point conversions.

Daoust gave Southern Door a 21-13 lead following a failed 2-point conversion by Peshtigo, but the Bulldogs had one more chance.

Jandt scored from six yards out with 26 seconds left, but Peshtigo failed the 2-point conversion, coming two points short of a victory against the now 5-2 Eagles.

Senior quarterback Riley Reif completed 4 of his 8 passes for 43 yards on the night, while junior defensive back Mitchell VanVooren added an interception in the game.

"What I explained to the kids after the game is they went toe-to-toe with the best team in the conference and even though the score doesn't indicate it, we pretty much pushed them around all game," Bayerl said. "I am not a moral victory guy. I was disappointed and the kids are disappointed because we knew if we got them into overtime, I'm confident we could have beaten them."

The Bulldogs are now 2-4 on the season, and need to win their next two games against Algoma and Kewaunee in order to secure a spot in the playoffs.

"I think we're on the right track, I really do," Bayerl said. "The kids are believing in themselves and that's the key point. They're believing in their abilities, they're believing in each other and it's becoming fun for them."

Next week, the Bulldogs face Algoma, with Kewaunee the following week. Weather permitting, there will be fireworks directly following the football game against Kewaunee to celebrate homecoming, sponsored by the booster club.



Suring Defeats

Three Lakes in Rout


The Suring Eagles played host to Three Lakes/Phelps Friday evening, in a pairing of two MONLPC-Small schools.  Early and often the Eagles found their way to the endzone, jumping out to a 30-6 halftime lead, before cruising to a 44-6 victory.

Logan Stuart lit up the scoreboard first for the Eagles with an 8-yard touchdown run. Stuart also punched in the two-point conversion for an 8-0 Suring lead.  It was then Cody Smith's turn as he broke free for a 72-yard touchdown run. Tyler McDougal ran in the two-point conversion and the Eagles were up 16-0 after the first quarter.

Three Lakes/Phelps scored their only points of the game in the second quarter when Nate Cogar found Brad Sowinski on an 8-yard pitch-and-catch TD.  Suring answered right back as McDougal scored from 15 yards out.  Before the halftime break, Smith connected with Connor Giese 16-yard touchdown pass, extending the lead to 30-6 at halftime.

Suring scored one time in each of the third and fourth quarters, both by Stuart.  In the third quarter Stuart scored on a 17-yard touchdown run.  For the final TD of the night, Stuart sprinted past the defense for a 67-yard touchdown, putting the score to its final of 44-6.

Stuart led Suring's rushing attack with 130 yards and three touchdowns while Smith added 140 yards and a touchdown.  Smith also completed 5 of 7 passes for 76 yards and a TD.



Northern Elite Blows

Out White Lake/Elcho


In an MONLPC-Small matchup Friday night, the Northern Elite Predators welcomed the White Lake/Elcho Wolverines to town.  The Wolverines were to strike, jumping out to a 12-0 lead.  From there, it was nearly all Northern Elite as they rushed for over 600 yards, exploding for a 70-24 victory.

Just 10 seconds into the contest, the Wolverines blasted the Predator defense for a big scoring play.  Chris Schewe found Quadell Pritchett for a 65-yard touchdown pass and a 6-0 White Lake/Elcho lead.  Schewe then found Tyler Dettman for a 1-yard pitch-and-catch TD, and the Wolverines were up 12-0.

"We had trouble with their passing game, but the problem was rarely that we were out of position. They just made some great plays. They have an outstanding quarterback and receivers," said Predator Coach Ben Laarman.

From there, the Predators, powered by backs Alex Hagerty and Brent Dumke found their stride.  Hagerty and Dumke went back and forth trying to one up each other, on their way to career days.  First, it was Hagerty who scored three times in the first quarter. He broke free for a 56-yard TD run to put the Predators on the board, then scored from 5 yards out and again from 1 yard out.  Not to be outdone, Dumke answered with one of his own, a 4-yard TD run.  At the end of the first quarter, Northern Elite was up 26-12.

White Lake/Elcho trimmed the lead in the second when Schewe punched in a 1-yard touchdown run, narrowing the margin to 26-18.  The Predator offense exploded for another 20-point quarter. Hagerty found daylight again and raced 76 yards for the Northern Elite touchdown.  Dumke then found paydirt for his second and third touchdowns of the half, one from 15 yards and another from 33 yards.  Heading into the halftime break, the Predators held a 47-18 lead.

Not even a halftime break could slow down the Predator offense, as they put up another 21 points in the third quarter. Dumke sprinted past the Wolverine defense for a 52-yard score.  Hagerty then scored his fifth TD of the game, from 35 yards out. Zachariah Prideaux then joined in on the end zone party with a 5-yard TD run.

In the fourth quarter, the lone score came from a Predators' safety, helping to put the final tally to 70-24.  Hagerty finished with five touchdowns and 251 yards rushing while Dumke was close behind with four touchdown and 244 yards rushing.

"We were very physical in the running game and were able to break big plays. We were also very balanced in our rushing attack," said Coach Laarman.



Pioneers Rush

Past Titans


Friday night for the Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy Titans, the homecoming game did not go quite as planned.  Playing host to the MONLPC-8-man conference leaders, the Sevastopol Pioneers were powered by 325 yards rushing.  Sevastopol jumped out to a 38-0 lead at half, and cruised to a 59-12 victory over the Titans.

Ethan Kroll and Jacob Welsing each found the endzone in the first quarter for the Pioneers.  Kroll began the scoring with a 4-yard TD run and Welsing scored from 24 yards out.  Both two-point conversions were successful for a 16-0 lead for Sevastopol at the end of the first quarter.

The second quarter was more of the same as the Pioneers held the Titans scoreless, while tallying another three touchdowns.  Hunter Everson scored on a 17-yard rushing touchdown, before Zach Christiansen caught a 5-yard TD pass from Welsing.  It was then Kroll's turn to reach the end zone again, receiving a 30-yard touchdown pass from Welsing.  After the three Sevastopol scores, the Pioneers held a 38-0 lead at halftime.

Sevastopol cruised in the second half.  The lone score coming in the third quarter came when Kroll reached on his third touchdown of the game, extending the lead to 45-0.  Everson added to Sevastopol's lead in the fourth quarter with a 12-yard touchdown run.  Lena/STAA responded as Jack Farley hauled in a 50-yard touchdown pass from Simon Gard to avoid the shutout.  Farley once again reached pay dirt, grabbing a 15-yard TD from Gard. Sevastopol's Everson took the ensuing kickoff back 75 yards for the final touchdown of the game. 

Tyler Stuart led the Titans with 34 yards rushing on 14 attempts. Simon Gard finished the game 3 of 3 passing for 82 yards and two touchdowns.  Senior wideout Jack Farley caught five passes for 104 yards and two scores.  Sevastopol's Jacob Welsing finished with 132 yards rushing on 10 attempts.



Crandon Cardinals

Crush Crivitz


Two of the MONLPC-Small Conference's top teams faced off Friday as the Crandon Cardinals played host to the Crivitz Wolverines.  Crandon jumped out to an early 14-0 lead and never looked back, on their way to improving to 5-0 in conference play, the Cardinals won 41-21 over the Wolverines.

Crandon got on the board first, taking the ball on their first possession and traveling 83 yards in nine plays.  Cardinal running back Justin McIntosh scored on a 6-yard touchdown run, the extra point put them ahead 7-0.  It wasn't until the second quarter either team could find the endzone again as each team fumbled on their second possessions.  The Cardinals then put together another 10-play drive, this time going 47 yards.  This time, Breed Shepard capped off the drive with a 6-yard TD run, with a successful extra point Crandon went up 14-0.

Needing to get points on the board, Crivitz used trickery to cut the lead in half.  Travis Kudick pitched the ball to running back Jake Voss who then passed to Dawson Andrist for a 32-yard touchdown just before halftime.  At the break, Crandon held a one touchdown lead, 14-7.

The Cardinals scored early in the third quarter as Riley Wagoner punched in a 2-yard touchdown to extend the lead to 20-7.  Crandon then took advantage of a Crivitz punt and scored on an 8-yard TD run by Keyan Colburn, pushing the lead to 27-7 at the end of the quarter.

Both teams scored 14 points in the fourth quarter.  Crandon extended their lead as Wagoner scored his second TD of the game, this one coming from 9 yards out.  Crivitz responded on the ensuing kickoff when Eli Lawrence raced 85 yards for a touchdown. Wagoner then completed the hat trick, scoring his third touchdown from 49 yards out.  The final score of the day came in the form of a scoop and score touchdown by the Wolverine defense on a Crandon fumble.  Crandon took home a 41-21 victory.

Crivitz's Travis Kudick finished 11 of 21 for 122 yards and an interception.  Kudick also led in rushing with 50 yards on five carries. Dawson Andrist hauled in four catches for 68 yards and a touchdown.  Wagoner finished with 232 yards rushing and three touchdowns for Crandon.



Coleman Unable to

Comeback After Storm

Wash Out First Half


The Coleman Cougars held their annual parents night Friday evening before taking to the field for MONLPC-Small football action. The Cougars hosted the Kewaunee Storm who proved to be a bit much for the Cougars to hold down as the Storm blasted their way to the lead for a 42-20 victory.

The Storm had plenty of weapons and the Cougars quickly found out that victory was going to be a daunting task. Over the first quarter the Cougars held their ground. Blake Former found pay dirt from four yards out after a tough hitting drive brought them to the goal line. But a failed to point conversion that came up just a half yard shy left the Cougars with six.

Kauwnee posted some opening frame points as well thanks to Cameron Hanrahan broke loose for the 22 yard teedee run. The conversion was successful giving the Storm the lead, which they would not relinquish all evening.

The Storms' Michael Barribeau added on another touchdown, crossing in from one yards while Hewett tacked on the two points after to give the Storm a 16-6 lead.

As the Intermission approached the Storm got another a few more points on the board as a fumble in the back filed gave Hewett an open sprint at the end zone, crossing in from 55 yards out. Jewett kept the two point conversion coming as he succeful converted his third of the night.

Before time could expire Kewaunee broke loose on a 31 yard teedee to Michael Halade. Hewett added his fourth two pointer of the night to give the Storm a 28-6 lead going into the break.

Coleman's Jacob Zeitler responded during the third quarter with a 15 yard touchdown run which was followed by a Trevor Risner two point conversion.

After holding the Storm out of the end zone over the third the Cougars saw the Storm begin the onslaught again, Lincoln Barta slipped into the end zone on a 67 yard sprint before Cameron Hanrahan found paydirt on a 30 yard receiving teed. Hewett was successful on both two point attempts.

But before things were all said and down the Cougars fired off one more score, and it was a statement score as Mason Risner blasted through an opening on his way to a 64 yard teed run.

Though they showed a spark at the end it was too late for a comeback as the Storm took the contest 42-20.

Though it was a loss the Cougars produced some good numbers on both the ground and air attacks. Zeitler lead the ground game with 78 yards on 13 carries while Former piled up 73 yards on 14 carries. Jake Baldwin also added 55 yards to the rushing total while Mason Risner chipped in another 74 yards on four carries, thats a 280 yard day on the ground, not to bad considering the victors only posted 167 total yards on the day.

But that difference was made up through the aerial attack where Kewaunee found their way to 184 yards thanks to Cody Bultmah's 11 of 18 perfromance. He also through one interception which was reeled in by Coleman's Forner.

Coleman's Bryce Karban found some gains through the air ads he posted 72 yar

ds off his seven of 13 day.



Oconto Takes

Down Sturgeon Bay


The Oconto Blue Devils improved to 4-1 in the MONLPC-Large Friday night with their road victory over the Sturgeon Bay Clippers.  After the Clippers tied the game at 10-10, the Blue Devils' defense locked down, not allowing another point, while the offense found the end zone twice.  Oconto went on to win, 24-10.

Oconto's defense started the scoring off by recording a safety, giving the Blue Devils a 2-0 lead.  Jake Krueger then found Isaac Woller on a 7-yard touchdown pass and Zach Sherman ran in the two-point conversion, putting Oconto ahead 10-0.  Before the quarter was done, Sturgeon Bay's kicker Brady Wodack made a 37-yard field goal, trimming the lead to 10-3.

The Clippers tied the game in the second quarter as Wodack caught a 6-yard touchdown from Ethan Knipfer, the extra point knotted the score at 10-10.  Oconto's Bennett Frazer gave the Blue Devils the lead once again on a 5-yard TD run.  Carson Moe's extra point made the score heading into the halftime break 17-10, Oconto.

The game's lone score in the second half came in the form of an insurance touchdown for the Blue Devils.  Moe reached the endzone on a 6-yard pitch-and-catch TD pass from Krueger, Moe then booted the extra point, putting the score to its eventual final of 24-10, Blue Devils.

Krueger finished with 103 yards and 2 touchdowns on 11 of 20 passing for Oconto. Frazer led the ground game with 86 yards on 19 attempts, including one touchdown.  Woller caught six passes for one score and 55 yards.



Marines Earn Much

Needed Win over Vikings


Looking to keep pace in the playoff hunt, the Marinette Marines traveled to Denmark Friday night to take on the Vikings in a North Eastern Conference battle. The Marines doubled up the Vikings, 28-14, improving to 3-3 in conference play.

After a defense-heavy, scoreless first quarter, Adam Wahl put the Marines on the board. His 1-yard touchdown run gave Marinette the lead and Walker Stroming booted the extra point for a 7-0 lead. Marinette would hold onto this lead heading into the halftime break.

Out of halftime, the offenses found their stride. Denmark knotted the score at 7-7 when Wyatt Gezella found his way behind the defense for a 60-yard pass from Jack Satori just a minute and a half into the third quarter. Marinette responded five minutes of game time later as Matt Wagner found Matt Eldredge for a 10-yard pitch-and-catch, putting the Marines back up by seven, 14-7.

Sam Drees gave the Marines some wiggle room with a 79-yard, break-away touchdown run. Although the kick was blocked, Marinette led 20-7. Denmark cut into the lead when Satori took it himself on a 1-yard TD run, the extra point put the score at 20-14. Marinette put the game out of reach with one final touchdown, coming from the man it started with, Wahl. Wahl punched in another 1-yard TD run and Wagner passed to Eldredge for the two-point conversion to bring the score to its final, 28-14, Marines.

Sam Drees led Marinette with 189 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries while Adam Wahl added 49 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries. Matt Wagner finished 6 of 13 for 104 yards, a touchdown, and an interception. Jake Poetzl hauled in two passes for 40 yards.


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841 Maple St
PO Box 187
Peshtigo, WI 54157
Phone: 715-582-4541
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