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Gridiron Teams Off To Rough Start Open 2-7

Issue Date: August 23, 2017

Bulldogs Drop Season

Opener in Two Rivers




Peshtigo Bulldogs Football Head Coach Eric Seyler's return to Two Rivers might not have gone as planned, but the fourth-year head coach is still confident in his team's chances at winning the Packerland Conference.

Seyler spent six years teaching at Two Rivers, including one season as assistant offensive coordinator. His first trip back as head coach of Peshtigo ended with a 25-14 loss to the Raiders.

"We're still gunning to win the conference this first year," Seyler said. "I think we still can". We're still going to be positive. We're still pushing for that top finish."

Peshtigo led the Raiders at the end of the first quarter after a 1-yard run from senior quarterback Riley Reif. The Bulldogs defense followed up with a second-quarter safety to extend the lead to 8-0.

The Raiders answered with a touchdown pass from senior Jacob Shillcox. A failed 2-point conversion kept the Bulldogs ahead, and they extended the lead to 14-6 at halftime courtesy of a touchdown pass from Reif to junior Mitchell VanVooren, who finished with two catches for 46 yards.

The Bulldogs, who have just 29 players on the roster, began to fatigue in the second half, with Raiders senior wide receiver Kelvin Veldre beginning to expose some holes in the Peshtigo defense.

Veldre, who caught nine touchdowns as a junior last season, caught a 15-yard pass for a touchdown in the third quarter to bring the Raiders within two points, then backed it up with a 79-yard score on a pass from Shillcox that gave the Raiders their first lead of the game.

With both 2-point conversions failed, the Bulldogs were only down 18-14, but a 5-yard fourth-quarter touchdown from Shillcox to Veldre put the game to bed.

The Bulldogs focused on not allowing senior wide receiver Darquise Winters to beat them, which could have allowed Veldre to find space. Winters finished with just one catch for 29 yards. Shillcox found other targets, however, as he completed 23 of his 35 passes for four touchdowns.

"We didn't want to let Winters beat us deep," Seyler said. "I don't think [Veldre] was their most explosive receiver, that's why we kind of favored Winters' side and they caught us in some things."

Seyler said the blame doesn't just fall on the team's defensive backs, however.

"We were a step slow in some of our coverages, getting over the top of them". They made the adjustments, we just couldn't make the counter-adjustment enough to prevent those plays in the second half. It is what it is," Seyler said. "That's not just on the d-backs. It's a little different when you've got a team that's putting four receivers out there. Plus they're willing to throw to the running backs, so now you've got to cover five guys. It's on the linebackers, it's on the d-backs, it's on us as coaches, getting them in the right scheme. For the first half, we had them in the right scheme. In the second half, we didn't change it when we probably should have and it cost us."

Peshtigo's small roster size could have contributed to their downfall in the second half as well, with Seyler saying the team was consistently attempting to use "six or seven guys" on both sides of the ball.

"We went in hoping we could get six or seven guys to play both ways and never have to leave the field and unfortunately we found out that we're not going to be able to do that," Seyler said. "We've got to try to figure that out and figure out who we can move around to kind of fill some of those spots."

With the ability to spread the field and throw the ball to five different players, Seyler said the game was a good opportunity to prepare for spread teams in conference play. He said Algoma, Oconto and Sturgeon Bay may all run some spread sets, but likened Two Rivers to Southern Door especially.

They're probably the closest to Southern Door with the athletes they can put out there," Seyler said. "Southern Door probably is the most comparable to that". That'll be good for us when we play Southern Door near the end of the season, that we've kind of seen it and we'll have a better grasp on what we want to do coverage-wise, where we want guys to be and those kinds of things."

Young Bulldogs may have to get used to seeing the Raiders every year, with Two Rivers slated to visit Peshtigo next fall.

"It was nice to go back there, and they're coming back here next year, so hopefully we can keep that going as long as our numbers stay up," Seyler said. "That way we're not searching for games consistently and it becomes a known opponent."

Sophomore back Jerod Jandt ran the ball 30 times for 132 yards for the Bulldogs, also completing both of his attempted passes for 23 yards. Reif finished with 63 yards passing on 3 of 12 with a touchdown and interception. He also contributed as a receiver and a runner, catching an 8-yard pass and rushing 13 times for 44 yards and a score. Nick Nielsen hauled in two passes for 32 yards.

"Our offensive backfield was definitely good for us," Seyler said.

Peshtigo faces Bonduel, who opened the season with a 42-14 win over Coleman, next week.



Titans Edge

Eagles to Start 1-0




The Lena / St. Thomas Aquinas Academy Titans took a trip down to Keshena Thursday evening to take on the Menominee Indian Eagles, kicking off the 8-man 2017 season.  Battling back-and-forth including five lead changes, it was a touchdown in the fourth quarter that spelled victory for the Titans.

Menominee took the opening kickoff and chunked their way down the field for most of the first quarter.  With 3:51 on the clock, the Eagles made their drive pay off with a 1-yard TD run from Meshaen Waukau to grab a 6-0 lead.  The Titans wasted little time responding as just over two minutes later, Jack Farley hauled in a 9-yard touchdown pass from Colby Borchert to knot the score at 6-6.

Waukau again put the Eagles on top in the second quarter, punching in a 9-yard touchdown run.  After Waukau's successful 2-point conversion, Menominee Indian led 14-6.  Once again, Lena/STAA used a quick-strike offense to trim the lead.  This time, a power run from Tyler Stuart reached the end zone, cutting the lead to 14-12. 

The Titans got the ball back before halftime and looked to take the lead.  Alex Strobel took the handoff up the middle and ran nearly untouched for a 6-yard TD.  Stuart's successful 2-point conversion put the Titans ahead 20-14 heading into halftime.

Lena/STAA received the second half's opening kickoff and Stuart found daylight up the right sideline for a big return.  Tackled from behind, the Titans were in Eagles' territory looking to score.  Unfortunately, a fumble quickly ended the Titans drive and the Eagles were back in business looking to regain the lead.  Once again, Menominee Indian moved the ball down the field.  The drive was capped off by a 2-yard touchdown run by Waukau, his third of the game.  Waukau again punched in the 2-point conversion and the Eagles led 22-20.

Both defenses held tough, heading into the fourth quarter.  There, the Titans were led by sophomore quarterback Colby Borchert.  With 10:33 remaining on the clock, Borchert found the goal line for a 2-yard touchdown, putting the Titans ahead 26-22.  Menominee Indian did what they could to regain the lead, but the Titan defense held strong, giving Lena/STAA a 26-22 victory.

"Menominee Indian was a very big team, we gave up a lot of size in the line.  We are very proud of the defense and how we came through when we needed to in the fourth quarter to keep our lead with under two minutes and Menominee was driving," said Lena/STAA coach Dale Lange.

Borchert led the Titans offense in passing with a 4 for 8 game totaling 43 yards, a TD and an interception.  Borchert also rushed for 91 yards and a touchdown on nine carries while Stuart added 84 yards on 12 carries.  Farley and Christian Hornick each hauled in two passes, Hornick for 25 yards and Farley for 18 yards and a TD.

"The Eagles have some very good players and the game was a fight to the finish.  Offensively, we have to control the ball and get things clicking.  We have a very tough opponent in Wausau Newman this week and we will be tested again," said coach Lange.



Tigers Sink

Marines in Opener




The Marinette Marines were in the confines of Higley Stadium to open the 2017 season, as they welcomed the Wrightstown Tigers to town Friday. Marinette grabbed an early 6-0 lead, but Wrightstown fired back and never stopped, en route to a 35-12 victory over the Marines.

Wrightstown received the opening kickoff and looked to score.  The Tigers put together a 12-play drive that stalled on the Marines' six-yardline.  Wrightstown attempted a field goal but it went wide left and Marinette took over.  Led by a heavy dose of Adam Wahl, Marinette marched down the field in 13 plays, totaling 80 yards.  Marine running back Rylie Nelson capped the drive off with a 4-yard touchdown and Marinette led 6-0.

It took the Tigers just two plays to respond.  After a three-yard gain, quarterback James Hansen threw the ball to Braydon Smith who found daylight on his way to a 69-yard touchdown reception. Wrightstown knotted the score at 6-6.

The Tigers capitalized on a Marinette turnover in a big way.  On third and 16, Marinette quarterback Trey Bretl dropped back and threw an interception to Mason Rodgers of the Tigers, who took it the distance for a TD.  Wrightstown made the extra point and jumped ahead 13-6 at the end of the first quarter.

Wrightstown's big play ability shined once again in the second quarter.  On the second play of the drive, Hansen found Smith once again for a 96-yard touchdown pass, pushing the lead to 20-6.  Wrightstown held the same lead into the halftime break.

"They have a real nice quarterback in Hansen and a playmaker to throw to in Smith.  Those two kids add an element to their offense that's going to make them tough to defend," said Marine coach Andy Walters.

In the third quarter, it was the Tigers' running game that found pay-dirt.  Jacob Klister took the handoff and ran 22 yards for a Wrightstown TD.  Klister also punched in the two-point conversion to extend the lead to 28-6.

Marinette struck back with a big play of their own.  Bretl found the big tight end Jacob Poetzl for an 85-yard catch-and-run touchdown that trimmed the Wrightstown lead to 28-12. 

Heading into the fourth quarter, Wrightstown held on to the same lead, looking to put away the game.  The Tigers held onto the ball for a 16-play, 67-yard scoring drive that featured Klister heading into the end-zone for an 8-yard score.  This pushed the lead to its eventual final of 35-12, Tigers.

Bretl led the Marines in passing with a 6 for 12 day for 154 yards, a touchdown and two picks.  Poetzl was the key beneficiary of Bretl's passing, hauling in two catches for 99 yards and a TD. Wahl rushed 18 times for 98 yards to lead the Marinette run game.

"That was a tough loss for us, but a game our young team can learn from.  Offensively, I was happy about the way we started the game coming off the ball and playing very physical.  As the game went on, you could see the fatigue set in and we lost that intensity a bit. We have to sustain that intensity for four quarters and hang our hat on our run game," said Coach Walters.



Wolverines Can't

Weather Storm




Kicking off the 2017 football season, the Crivitz Wolverines played host to the Kewaunee Storm Thursday evening. Kewaunee started the scoring with a 64-yard opening drive to grab a 7-0 lead.  The Wolverine defense locked down the rest of the quarter to find themselves in the same spot, down 7-0.  In the second quarter, the Storm scored three times to burst the game open for a 28-0 lead.  Both teams scored once in the third quarter and played a scoreless fourth for a 35-6 final in favor of Kewaunee.

Storm quarterback Cody Bultman found Michael Halada for a 27-yard catch-and-run touchdown to complete a four-play 64-yard drive to begin the ball game.  Crivitz then coaxed two Kewaunee turnovers but could not capitalize. 

Taking a 7-0 lead into the second quarter, a botched snap on a punt attempt that led to a fumble gave the Storm the ball on the Wolverines' 1-yard line.  In just one play, Kewaunee pushed the lead to 13-0 as Lincoln Barta punched in the touchdown.  After a successful PAT, the Storm led 14-0.

Kewaunee took over after a Crivitz three-and-out and just three plays later Barta fumbled the ball and Wolverine Eli Lawrence recovered it.  Unfortunately for Crivitz, on first and ten, Jake Voss took the handoff and fumbled on the play, giving the ball right back to the Storm.  With a second-chance, Kewaunee made the Wolverines pay with a 15-yard TD pass from Bultman to Andrew Richard.  With a made extra point, Kewaunee jumped ahead 21-0.

Just before the half, the quick-strike offense of the Storm was at it again.  On fourth and 20, Bultman found Cameron Hanrahan for a 40-yard gain, setting Kewaunee up with a first-and-goal from the 4-yardline.  Two plays later, the duo was at it again as Hanrahan hauled in a TD pass from Bultman with 24 seconds to go.  Kewaunee took a 28-0 lead into halftime.

Out of halftime, the Wolverines received the ball and tried to trim the lead.  However, the stingy Storm defense forced a three-and-out and took over.  In just three seconds of game-time and two plays, Kewaunee marched 53 yards with Barta rushing for a 10-yard touchdown run to cap off the drive.  The Storm led 35-0.

Crivitz used a big play of their own to help avoid the shutout.  Late in the third quarter, Voss took the handoff and went 42 yards for a Wolverine first-and-goal from the 1-yardline.  One play later, Travis Kudick punched in the 1-yard TD, cutting the lead to 35-6. 

Both teams were held scoreless in the fourth, giving Kewaunee a 35-6 opening week win.  Wolverine Travis Kudick completed 4 of 16 passes for 42 yards.  Jake Voss led Crivitz with 19 rushes for 63 yards and Dawson Andrist caught two passes for 21 yards.



Rangers Drop

Season Opener




The Wausaukee Rangers fell behind in the first quarter and never recovered against the Newman Catholic Cardinals in their first football game of the season Friday, Aug. 18, losing 41-12.

Newman Catholic sophomore Ben Bates, who scored four total touchdowns on the day, opened the scoring with a 14-yard touchdown pass to sophomore Chris Krzwenia and followed up with a 22-yard pass to junior Cade Kimball, making the score 13-0 with one of two extra points splitting the uprights.

Kimball finished with just the one catch, but also completed both of his passes for 66 yards.

Cardinals senior safety Connor Wulf piled on the points later in the first, returning an interception 39 yards for a touchdown, with an extra point upping the Rangers' deficit to 20 points.

Wausaukee would get on the board in the second via a touchdown pass from sophomore Hayden Renikow to senior Matt Delfosse from 15 yards out. Renikow took a quick drop and lobbed the ball to Delfosse on an out route, with the receiver doing the rest of the work, breaking tackles and crossing the pylon just before hitting the ground.

Bates added two more touchdowns in the second quarter, however, scoring on the ground and through the air.

He completed the longest play of the night with a 70-yard run and finished off a drive with a 28-yard touchdown pass to junior Elliot Samuels. He finished with just six of his 20 passes completed, but half of the completed passes went for scores.

Newman Catholic only outscored Wausaukee by a point in the second half, but the damage was done. A scoreless third quarter and a fourth-quarter touchdown from each team left the final score at 41-12 in the Cardinals' favor.

Renikow ran the ball in for a two-yard score, with Cardinals junior Casey Kaliface scoring on the ground from 14-yards out.

Renikow completed four of nine passes on the night for 90 yards and a touchdown. He also ran the ball 24 times for 94 yards and a touchdown. Two of his passes were caught by junior wide receiver Tyler Gruszynski for a total of 68 yards.

The Rangers have their first home game of the season Friday, Aug. 25 against Sevastopol.



Gillett Starts Season

With Loss at Home




Four touchdowns and 159 yards rushing from sophomore Bo Krueger weren't enough for the Gillett Tigers to overcome a 20 point second-quarter deficit, as they fell to the N.E.W. Lutheran Blazers on the road in their season opener Saturday, Aug. 19, 42-26.

Gillett fell into an early 20-0 hole after a 35-yard touchdown pass from junior Luke Bukowski, who finished with 83 yards passing, and two long touchdown runs by Blazers backs.

Sophomore Zach Luepke had a big day for the Blazers, rushing nine times for a whopping 189 yards and three touchdowns. Bukowski and senior Bennett Reisler also scored a touchdown apiece, rushing for 73 and 75 yards, respectively.

Krueger would add two of his four touchdowns in the second quarter, and the score was 28-14 at halftime. He added his third touchdown in the third quarter with a failed 2-point conversion and cut the game to single digits. Krueger opened the fourth quarter with a 2-yard touchdown run, but the team failed the 2-point conversion, setting the score at 28-26.

Two more touchdown runs by the Blazers sealed the deal, however, with the game ending 42-26.

The Tigers struggled through the air throughout the game, with junior passer Brock Herzog attempting seven passes, completing one for 2 yards.

Gillett's next game is at home against Menominee Indian on Friday, Aug. 25.



Bonduel Beats Coleman,

Plays Peshtigo Friday




The Bonduel Bears led the Coleman Cougars 35-0 at halftime of their season opener Friday, Aug 18, coasting to a 42-14 win.

Junior quarterback Parker Bohm scored a rushing touchdown from eight yards out to give Bonduel the 7-0 lead in the first quarter. Over the rest of the first half, Bohm would complete three passing touchdowns, including two to Isaac Garside, one for 79 yards and another for 52 yards. He also completed a 34-yard touchdown to senior running back Jacob Banker.

Coleman got a 2-yard touchdown from junior Blake Forner in the third, but the damage was done.

A 38-yard run by junior running back Riddik Bohm put Bonduel ahead 42-6. The Cougars got eight back with a 39-yard touchdown run by junior back Mason Risner with Forner adding a 2-point conversion.

"Our line struggled at times and we turned the ball over," Coleman Head Coach Jeffrey Bronson said. "Whenever we made a mistake, Bonduel capitalized. We did some good things and some players showed some growth, but as a team we made to many mistakes to overcome."

Bonduel travels to Peshtigo to face of with the Bulldogs Friday, Aug. 25, while Coleman hosts Crivitz.



Oconto Opens Season

On High Note with Win




The Oconto Blue Devils started the 2017-18 football season with a bang Friday, Aug. 18, beating the Rosholt Hornets 40-0, while not allowing a single first down on defense.

Rosholt couldn't get anything going on offense throughout the entire game, as they finished the night with 9 passing yards and -41 rushing yards.

They also went 0 for 10 on third down and turned the ball over three times, which included three interceptions by senior cornerback Parker James.

On the offensive side of the ball, the Blue Devils were just as good. They started the scoring with a 27-yard touchdown catch from senior Isaac Woller on a pass from senior quarterback Jake Krueger, who finished 8-13 passing with 153 yards, three touchdowns and an interception.

Krueger's second touchdown pass also came in the first quarter, as he connected with junior receiver Bennett Frazer on a 69-yard touchdown pass. Frazer had two catches for 85 yards, Woller caught four passes for 45 yards and junior Zach Sherman caught two passes for 23 yards, while also scoring a rushing touchdown.

Woller caught his second touchdown pass of the night in the second quarter following a six yard run from James. Woller's 14-yard score brought the tally to 27-0 in favor of the Blue Devils going into halftime, and they didn't look back.

Senior Carson Moe, who was a unanimous first-team selection in the Packerland last year as a linebacker, scored on the ground in the third quarter from two yards out. Sherman wrapped up the scoring with a 1-yard run. He ran four times for 13 yards.

The Blue Devils' leading rusher was senior Bryce O'Connor, who took his 10 carries for 76 total yards.

The Blue Devils have their home opener Friday, Aug. 25 against Roncalli.


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05-03-2018Obituaries
Jane R. Bigger

05-03-2018Obituaries
Dorothea M. Behrens

05-03-2018Sports
Peshtigo Wins Packerland Opener at Vernon Hills

05-03-2018Sports
Peshtigo Golfers Off To A Strong Start

05-03-2018Sports
Softball in Full Swing After Freeze in Play

05-03-2018Sports
Delfosse Spins Birthday No-Hitter in Victory Over Crivitz

05-03-2018Perspectives
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