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Issue Date: September 19, 2019

The Coleman Cougars were able to blow away the Southern Door Eagles Friday night when they handed the home field Eagles a 44-0 loss.

"We needed to tackle their half back," said Coleman Coach Jeff Bronson. "That was our goal this game. We got pressure tonight but tackled extremely well tonight. We hit low tonight. We played great against their run."

The loss was marked with some early moves by the Coleman Boys who found a way to get on the board in the first quarter. Cayden Bintz was first to Strike Friday night getting into the end zone on a six yard jaunt. Blanchard followed with a two point conversion.

The Cougars held the Eagles away all game long and continued to score in the second frame with a four yard run by Bintz to pay dirt. Trevor Risner got the two pointer.

Zach Cops was next to hit for the Cougars, getting his touchdown in the ending minutes of the half from five yards back Sam Kuchta converted the two point play.

At the half Coleman led 24-0. And that domination of the gridiron continued over the second half where the Cougars piled on three more teedees.

Owen Kinziger got the half's first end zone visit on a six yard scamper while Blanchard turned to the endzone with a 14 yard rush a short while later.

Cops ended the evenings scoring with a fourth quarter 10 yard pay dirt run.

Coleman finished the night with 420 yards of total offense while holding the Eagles to just 130 yards on the night.

Kinziger led the ground game for Coleman with 179 yards on 17 carries while Southern Door's Bauduin recorded 19 yards on nine carries.

"We talked this week about how to finish games the right way," said Bronson. "We talked about how to eliminate some of the penalties we had been getting, dropped snaps and bad turnover. The effort this week was great. We have eight starters back this year . These leaders took the tough start to heart."



Peshtigo Clips Crandon in Overtime 8-0

Friday wasn't the highest-scoring game coach Jeff Bayerl's Peshtigo Bulldogs will have, but they'll take it.

Peshtigo defeated Crandon 8-0 on the road Friday, though it took until overtime for either team to make its mark offensively.

Jerod Jandt ran 18 times for 92 yards to lead the Bulldogs, with Will Boettcher's 42 yards on 16 tries as well.

It was those two that did the scoring when the Bulldogs finally did break through. Jandt ran in from 15 yards and Boettcher scored on the two-point conversion to make it 8-0 on the first drive to take the lead.

Jandt was playing injured in overtime, running back and forth on the sideline most of the second half as he tried to gear up to get back into the game. When the time came, he headed out on the field to help the team win, Bayerl said.

Then it was up to the defense.

Bayerl's defense forced a loss of yardage on the first play of the O.T. drive and Crandon "got behind the chains. On fourth down, a quarterback hit forced an errant throw.

"Our defense played fantastic," Bayerl said. He added that his team only missed two or three tackles in the game to allow most of Crandon's yardage, but once Crandon got into scoring position, the Bulldogs slammed the door.

Offensively, Bayerl said weather was a factor, as were holding calls and other small mistakes that built up against his Bulldogs.

"We gutted it out when we had to at the end," Bayerl said. "I told them, "when it was on the line and you really needed to do it, you did it. You just needed to bring that intensity the whole game.'"

Peshtigo is now 2-2, while Crandon is 0-4.

Peshtigo will travel to Menominee on Thursday night to take on the Maroons. Both teams run the single wing offense which limits the element of surprise. "They know who we are and we know who they are," said Bayerl.

Bayerl has a lot of respect for Menominee, the place where he got his coaching start. "They are the cream of the crop in the area but our kids are going to come to play."



Marinette Comes Away with Shutout Win

The Marinette Marines were able to post a solid win Friday night against the Clintonville Truckers who they shutout 24-0.

"I was a little frustrated today with the way we played. We could have played better", said Marinette head coach Nate Anderson. "We could have proceeded against the pass better but our defense played a great game. I just wish we could have done a little more on offense."

The Marines were having a field day out there Friday night as Joe Bezio helped to get things going early on with a 20 yard run that found its way into the end zone.

Sam Drees improved upon that mark in the second quart er when he slipped into the end zone from 21 yards back, giving the Marines a 12-0 lead going into the half.

There was a bit of excitement during the fourth quarter of this one as Bezio contoured to make an impact on the game with his blocked kick return, which he carried 35 yards to pay dirt.

Bezio also scored one teehee in the final minutes of the game, scoring on a six yard run.

It was a night of rushing as Drees led the Marines with 167 yards on 16 carries with one teedee.



Wausaukee Falls to Powerful Suring

The Wausaukee Rangers hosted the Suring Eagles Friday night and were unable to contain the tough attack of the guys in purple and gold, who went on to win 46-14.

Suring wasted little time in building a substantial lead in this match as they hit for the games for touchdown sat the five minute mark, getting to pay dirt thanks to a 15 yard run by Logan Stuart. Stuart also found the end zone again in the first quarter, scoring four minutes later on a one yard goal line breaker for the 14-0 lead.

Wausaukee was first to score in the second frame though as they found a way into the end zone off a Hayden Renikow 55 yard jaunt.

Suring however quickly responded to the Ranger points with a Dequez Sepulveda 81 yard kickoff return. Stuart finished off the score with a two point conversion.

Stuart continued to have a frantic night on the field, returning to the end zone a short while later off a 36 yard scamper.

Teammate Jayden Genisse scored next for the Eagles getting a 28 yard pass to Duncan Breed.

Wausaukee was able to score one more time before the end of the half, getting Chase Mathis the ball on a huge 75 yard Renikow pass.

After a scoreless third quarter the Eagles were able to score once more, getting an early fourth quarter teedee from Stuart from nine yards back.

Renikow led the Rangers with 88 passing yards off a five of ten showing while Geniesse got 52 yards off five of his seven. Both QB's got one touchdown on the night.

Renikow rushed for 65 yards off 11 carries while Stuart got the most yards of the night, piling up 256 for Suring off 26 carries, he had four touchdowns.



Wolverines Have Tough Time With Storm

The Crivitz Wolverines were taken by Storm last Friday on their home field when they were handed a tough loss by the Kewaunee boys who scored 48 to the Wolverines'' 12.

Kewaunee was first on the board Friday night as Owen Kudick slipped through the Crivitz defense for a 10 yard scoring rush.

Kudick repeated the success a short while later, getting another first quarter touchdown, this one from six yards out.

Kewaunee quarterback Ryan Carmichael took to the air for the games third touchdown, hitting teammate Alex Rohr for a 10 yard receiving touchdown.

Crivitz got one of two of their touchdowns in the early going of the second quarter as Jaden Werner found an open Eian Baumann for the 36 yard teedee.

Before the half could end the Storm tacked on another score, another rush from Kudick who broke loose on a 28 yard sprint for the 26-6 lead.

Werner dropped back during the third quarter and unfortunately threw an interception which was carried by Anthony Jerabek for the Kewaunee teedee.

Kewaunee's Kudick got one more rushing touchdown in the third, jumping over the goal line from two yard out.

Werner broke loose for a 70 yard Crivitz touchdown in the later goings of the third quarter, but it was a little to late as the Storm posted the games final score a Carmichael to Max Hanrahan 29 yard receiving touchdown.

Carmichael ended the evening with 108 yards passing off a 12 of 16 effort. He had two touchdowns. Kudick got 279 yards on 31 rushes.

The Wolverines' Werner passed for 156 yards and one TD off a nine of 19 performance while also rushing for team hight 99 yards off six carries.



Oneida Nation/NEW Take Win Over Lena/STAA

The Oneida Nation/New Lutheran co-op 8-man football team bagged a shutout win over the hosting Lena/STAA Titans Friday night in Lena 14-0.

The games two scores were both registered by the visiting Oneida/NEW boys who started the scoring in the games final frame.

With six minutes left in the game with the score set at 0-0 the Oneida Nation/NEW boys struck, getting into the end zone from 24 yards back with a pass from Peyton Poners to Marshal Bukowski.

Zach Luepke finished the night scoring for the visiting guys, scoring off a 10 yard run.

Lena/STAA's Logan Shallow rushed for 17 yards off eight carries while Colby Borchert passed for 120 yards in a seven of 17 performance.

Luepke led the Oneida/NEW boys with 145 yards rushing on 30 carries.



Gillett Get Shutout by Algoma

The Algoma Wolves went wild on the Gillett Tigers in area 8-man football action Friday nigh as they set down the home field Tigers by way of a 42-0 shutout.

Algoma scored their first teedee of the night in the first quarter when Jordan Derringer crossed in off a 39 yard rush. He repeated a short while later with a two yard run and closed the first quarter's scoring with a 32 yard rushing score.

During the second quarter Carter Zimmerman got in for Algoma from yard back while Brett Benesh scored off a 69 yard rush. The games final score came in the third quarter when Benesh scored off a 77 yard kickoff return.

Derringer led the Wolves on the ground with 125 yards on 15 carries while Zimmerman led through the air with 15 yards in a one of two showing.

Gillett's Logan Block got 73 yards rushing on 17 carries while Derek Block posted 22 yards passing in four of his 14 passes.



Oconto Takes Loss to Manawa

The Oconto Blue Devils were unable to quell a heated Manawa Wolves attack Friday night as they fell to the home field Wolves 46-6.

The game was all Wolves all the way as the Wolves started posting scores in the first quarter. The first was a 30 yard fumble recovery return by Mason Wiesner for the games first points.

After the tone setting fumble recovery Brett Zielke tossed a 65 yard passing teedee to Wiesner bringing the score to 13-0.

Wiesner completed a pass in the second quarter that went 47 yards to the score.

The third quarter was more Wolves scoring as Zielke got loose on a 43 yard rushing score, then in the next possession went to the air for a 35 yard passing score to Weisner.

Wiesner passed for one more touchdown on the night, completing a pass to Zielke for the 55 yard score.

Oconto finally got on the board and avoided the shutout with a Caleb Moe to Will Shermann 27 yard scoring pass.

Wiesner recovered one more fumble in the fourth quarter which he ran 95 yards for the game final score.

Oconto's Moe got 86 yards passing on a five of 14 effort with one teedee while Diaz led the ground game with 63 yards.

Wiesner rushed for 86 Wolves yards on 13 carries while also passing for 2532 yards and four touchdown on a nine of 16 effort.





Oconto Falls Drops Match to Wrightstown

The Oconto Falls Panthers traveled to Wrightstown to take on the Tigers who they fell to today night 46-13.

Wrightstown got things going early, getting into the end zone in the first quarter off a J. VanZeeland two yard run.

The Tigers increased their lead a short while later, getting in off a B. Jaeger 10 yard rush.

Before the first quarter could expire Wrightstown's L. Renard broke loos on a 53 yard run for the games third score.

After one quarter of play the Tigers led 18-0.

All of the Tigers' points were registered in the first half. Getting things going in the second quarter for the Tigers was VanZeeland who skirted into the end zone off a 34 yard run.

Jaeger also made it inn during that frame, getting to pay dirt on a one yard goal line breaker.

The final Tiger score came from Q. Klister who sprinted into the end zone rom 12 yard back.

During the fourth quarter Oconto Falls completed a pass from Walters to Manns from eight yards back.



Menominee Gets on Track with Win Over Gladstone

The Menominee Maroons needed a big win to help get the momentum flowing and last Friday they did just that as they set down the Gladstone Braves 42-6.

Menominee was first to score, getting to the end zone in the first quarter off a Brendon Harris 12 yard pass to Dante Sartorelli.

After the first went silent the Maroons sparked things back up over the second frame. getting the quarter first score off a 42 yards pass from Harris to Keagan Monroe.

Before the half could end the Maroons score one more time, getting in off a 10 yard Harris rush, helping to propel Menominee to the 22-0 halftime lead.

Harris continued to have a great night as he opened the third's scoring with a seven yard goal line breaker. He also completed a pass a short while later to Drew Dubey for the 12 yard touchdown.

Jon Spegel got in for Menominee in the forth quarter, cursing in from six yards back while Gladstone posted their only score of the night in the closing minutes when Owen Trembly broke the goal line from 11 yard out.

Menominee's Barrette got 83 rushing yards on the night in his 20 carries while Harris posted 68 yards and two tedious off 14 carries.

Through the air Menominee's Harris got 122 yards and three TD's in his 10 of 15 showing.


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