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Issue Date: September 5, 2019

Wolverines Get First Win Of Season In Big Way

The Crivitz Wolverines , after having hard time with the Chilton boys last week, looked like a complete different team Friday night when they took down the Wild Rose boys 58-0.

The shutout win was all Crivitz all the way and it started when Jaden Werner broke loose on a 38 yard running score. A short while later he played a part in yet another score, this time completing a 17 yard scoring pass to Dawson Andrist.

Before the end of the first quarter tossed another pass to an open Andrist who carried 22 yard to pay dirt and the 22-0 lead.

With the score quickly getting out of hand for Wild Rose, the trailing guys looked to get some ground covered through the air, but Eian Baumann was there grabbing the interception which he carried to the end zone for his season's first pick-six.

Wolverine Tony Jopek got in on the action in the second frame, causing loose on a 26 yard scamper. While repeating the end zone visit in the next position, this time from 56 yards out. Bringing the Wolverines to a sizable 48-0 lead.

The Wolverines registered two more touchdowns over the third quarter. The first off a 39 yard Jopek run and the second a four yard goal line breaker by Sean Christiansen.

Werner ended the night with 84 yards through the air off a five of eight showing. He had two passing teedees. The rushing game was led by Jopek who amassed 156 yards and three touchdowns on eight carries.

Eain Baumann rushed for 77 yards on six carries.

Andrew Wildner passed for 20 yard for Wild Rose while Cole Ramcyzk rushed for a team leading 30 yards on 13 carries.



Tough Defense Pushes Suring Past Lena/STAA

After a scoreless first quarter, the Suring Eagles broke out to defeat Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy on Friday night.

Suring coach Mitch Taylor described the game as a "trap game" after his Eagles beat defending state champions Sevastopol last week, and Lena/STAA played tough. "We gutted one out tonight."

Suring's Logan Stuart scored on a 3-yard run to get the scoring started with 4 minutes, 15 seconds left in the half. He wasn't done, however.

With 1:22 left in the half, Suring went for it on 4th-and-1 from their own 10 yard line. Stuart took the handoff and broke away for a 90-yard touchdown run to make the score 12-0 after failed conversions.

"That really was the game right there for us," Taylor said, crediting Stuart for the decision to go for it.. "When I go out there and say "let's punt it' and I've got Logan going "I'll get it,' I'm like, "I trust you,' and that's the thing. He's earned it. He's sacrificed four years and he's been playing at a high level for four years. I kind of figured it might go just because of his determination, they brought everyone up and he bulled his way through. He did that last week too."

Early in the second half, he punched in from a couple yards out to bring the score to 18-0.

He would finish with 20 rushing attempts for 158 yards and three touchdowns. Suring quarterback Jayden Genniesse attempted just eight passes in the game, completing four for 46 yards. Coach Taylor thought senior leadership made a difference in the game. "They stepped up when they needed."

On the other hand, Lena/STAA quarterbacks attempted 23 passes, completing nine for 58 yards and an interception by Kegyn Lambrecht.

Overall, Lena/STAA coach Dale Lange was happy with his defensive effort, as his team's quickness gave Suring a bit of trouble and made it tough for the Eagles' linemen up front.

Simon Gard scored for Lena/STAA on a six-yard run as time expired in the fourth quarter to keep the game from a shutout and give the team its first points of the new campaign.

"We played a lot better this week than we did last week. Things improved a lot," Lange said. "There's still a lot of stuff because of this offense that needs to be clicking and jiving. We've got stuff to clean up but its all correctable."

Lambrecht rushed 11 times for 52 yards. Suring is now 2-0. Lena/STAA is 0-2.



Coleman Defeats Valders

The Coleman cougars took a 44-7 win over Valders Friday night.

Tyler Blanchard got things going in the first with an eight yard rushing touchdown.

Owen Kinzinger tacked on another first quarter score this one from one yard out.

During the second quarter Cayden Blintz ruled into the end zone from one yard out while Kinzinger posted a 10 yard rushing touchdown, giving the Cougars a 30-0 first half lead.

Will Bieber tacked on the first score of the second half on a 22 yard rush while Peter Kuchta finished the games scoring with a three yard rushing score.

Kinziger rushed for 116 yards on 17.



Bears Maul Bulldogs in Non-Conference Matchup

The Peshtigo Bulldogs football team will want to watch the film from Friday's game, learn from it and then quickly forget about it.

The Bulldogs were steamrolled by the Bonduel Bears 54-0, with the visiting Bears dominating every facet of the game from the very start.

With 9:50 left in the first quarter, Bonduel got its first touchdown on a 15-yard run by Logan Majewski. Max Marohl scored the Bears' second touchdown of the game and Isaac Boldt scored on a one-yard run to make it 20-0 after the end of the first quarter.

"They come off the bus, they're ready to hit. They live in the weight room, we don't," Peshtigo coach Jeff Bayerl said. "It's a myriad of everything at once and we got punched in the mouth right away. They won the line of scrimmage, we got pushed around tonight."

By halftime, the game was 46-0, with two interception returns for touchdowns and two touchdown runs in the second quarter. It was done and dusted at that point, with Bonduel pulling back and scoring just once in the second half.

Bayerl stressed that the team needs to fix some gaps, but conference play is still in sight and the team's goal has always been to make the playoffs, something that he believes is an attainable goal. "We are at full strength next week, we're going to move", said Bayerl. "We have to win two more conference games to make the playoffs, that's always been the goal."

After a somewhat disappointing 13-6 win over Coleman last week, Bonduel is feeling good.

"Our kids, they've got a tough mindset. They play hard, they practice hard and they play for each other, which is really nice," Bonduel coach James Westrich said. "They're all celebrating for each other, they're all blocking for each other. That's why they're getting touchdowns, because they're happy their guy got it, so they're getting downfield and making a block and stuff like that, so I really like the team attitude."

They sure got down the field and made their blocks Friday, as the team put up 318 yards on the ground and 80 through the air.

Peshtigo finished with 106 rushing yards and 17 passing yards, failing to get anything going on the night, leading to long third downs and a lot of fourth downs. Peshtigo went 1-for-11 on third down and 1-for-3 on fourth.

Bonduel is 2-0, while Peshtigo is 0-2 going into a home matchup with Northern Elite next week.

Will Boettcher's 49 yards on 12 attempts led Peshtigo. Jerod Jandt was limited to 31 yards on 14 attempts. The pair, which will be heavily relied upon for the Bulldog offense, went a combined 2-for-10 passing for 17 yards and three interceptions.





Gibraltar Shuts

Down Gillett

In 8-man action the Gillett Tigers were unable to keep their winning push alive as the Gibraltar Vikings light them up for a 52-26 win.

The Vikings were first in the board, getting into the end zone off a Steebs to Laughlin 63 yard pass.

Gillett quickly responded with a four yard Anthony Carroll run to tie the game at 6-6, with both team failing the extra point attempt.

Gibraltar started the second frame with another passing TD, this one from Steebs to Stillman from nine yards back.

Gillett was gain quick to keep things knotted up, getting to the end zone off a one yard Block teedee. after the Gillett touchdown the Tigers trailed 14-12.

Gibraltar keep the scores coming getting one more before the half. This one another pass from Steebs to Laughlin for the 57 yard score.

Gillett ended the half's scoring with a four yard Carroll teedee.

At the half the score was close 20-18 in favor of the Vikings.

But starting the second half the Tigers seemed to have run out of gas as the Vikings kept consistent. Steps tossed a 50 yard ass to Laughlin while scoring in the next drive off a QB scamper of his own from nine yards bak. Before the third quarter was over Steebs hit an open Reinhardt for a nine yard passing touchdown.

Gibraltar put one final sore in during the fourth hitting Linberg for the five yard passing score while Gillett posted on final score to end the game as Block completed a 13 yard scoring pass to Herzog.

Block need the night with 73 rushing While Herzog led the air game with 62 yards.



Florence Shellacks Wausaukee

The Florence Football team destroyed the Wausaukee Rangers last Thursday evening 46-8.

The blowout quickly got out of hand for Wausaukee who saw Florence score the first touchdown of the game. Florence's Wheeler passed to Behrmann for a 31 yard score.

Wausaukee responded with their only score of the game in the early goings of the second quarter, getting in off a pass from Hayden Renikow to Brandon Shigouri that went 95 yards to the score. after the long passing touchdown the game was tied at 8-8.

But then Florence turned on the afterburners leaving the Rangers behind and burnt.

Wheeler intercepted a pass in the second quarter and carried it for the pick six and the 22-8 lead.

Wheeler ran a 40 yard score in during the third quarter while later passing to lLebergen for a 40 yard teedee. Nixon tacked an eight yard score onto the tally before the end of the hatred to give Florence the 46-8 final verdict.

Renikow passed for 123 yards in a seven of 13 showing while Wheeler was four of six for 142 yards.

On the ground Schuls led the Florence boys with 90 yards off nine carries. Wasuaskee's Corey Boesen got 34 yards on 18 carries.



Little Chute Shuts Out Oconto Falls

The Little Chute Mustangs took the game from start to finish Thursday night when they defeated Oconto Falls 23-0.

By games end the Panthers were led by Joseph Walters who amassed 40 yards through the air on a four of 11 performance. On the gourd they were led by Owen Huber with 21 yards on four carries.



Roncalli Defeats Oconto

The Roncalli Boys took a 30-6 win over the accent Blue Devils this past Friday.

Oconto's only score came in the beginning of the second quarter when Russell carried the ball into the end zone from five yards out.

Carson Moe led the Blue Devils passing game with 63 yards off a eight of eight performance. On the ground Ocnoto's Riley anderson got 32 yards on six carries.


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