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Issue Date: October 24, 2019

Coleman Shutsout Rosholt

The Coleman Cougars, looking to get tougher for the upcoming postseason, sure looked it last Friday night when they shutout the visiting Rosholt boys 35-0.

Minus the two TD effort in the first quarter. the Coleman boys were slow and steady and relentless.

That first quarter was the biggest of the night when speaking of how the games scores played out.

Cayden Bintz was first to get his number called in this one, getting into the end zone on a hard hitting three yard gaol line smash. Sam Kuchta followed with the two point conversion for the early 8-0 lead.

That lead was improved quickly by the Cougars as Owen Kinziger finished off another hard hitting drive with a short goal line smash that saw him carry for three yards.

Before the intermission could roll around the Cougars posted the games only second frame points thanks to a 14 yard scamper by Zach Cops. The extra point was wide giving the Cougars the 21-0 halftime lead.

Bintz continued to show success ver the second half, getting in early in the third off a big 30 yard rush.

Trevor Risner finished the evenings' tallies with a 12 receiving TD. J. Scott tagged on the extra point kick for the games final tally 35-0.

The tough Cougars have been piling up the yards and holding their opponents to minimums as was present in this match up. Coleman's offense amassed 380 yards while stopping the Rosholt boys to just 146 on the day.

Kinziger led the ground game for the Cougars with 73 yards and 11 carries while Rosholts Anderson was held to 41 yards on 16 carries.

Bintz passed for 32 yards in his three of six showing.

Both Bintz and Noah Nosgovitz had interceptions during the game.



Peshtigo Falls To Kewaunee

The Peshtigo Bulldogs were on the wrong end of a rout Friday night in Kewaunee when they took on the Storm who blasted the Bulldogs for a 35-8 victory.

It looked as if the Bulldogs might not have showed up at all as the Strom posted a big first half that put them in the lead 13-0.

But a Fourth quarter score by the Bulldogs ensure no shutout would occur during Friday night match up.

Starting the action for the Storm was Own Kudick who broke loose on a 19 yard rush to get things rolling. Teammate Collin Hlinak made the extra point kick. Max Hanrahan was next to visit pay dirt, doing so off a Ryan Carmichael pass for the 25 yard score.

That was everything tallied over the first two quarter though as the Storm entered the locker room ahead 13-0.

Not an overwhelming lead or anything, but a tough Storm defense made sure it was.

Kewaunee's Jack Severin ran 12 yards into the end zone during the third quarter while teammate Ben Heim went all the way on a pick six in the early goings of the fourth quarter.

After the interception score the Storm led 28-0.

Peshtigo tallied its only TD of the night during the later goings of the fourth quarter when Will Botcher busted loose on a 67 yard rush.

Carmichael gave the Strom one final TD before the final buzzer off his one yard rush.

Peshtigo struggled to get anything going offensive and the book showed this as Jerod Jandt passed for 11 yards and one interception off a one of three performance while the ground game was led by Botcher with 77 and one TD off three carries.

The Storms' Kudick rushed for 93 yards and a TD off 12 carries while Carmichael passed for 87 yards and TD off eight of his eighteen passes.



Suring Comes Away With Big Win Over Three Lakes

The Suring Eagles bagged a pretty big win going into the final days of the football season. Last Friday night they shellacked the Three lakes boys in Three Lakes for a 70-24 victory.

The win saw the Eagles get started early, going for a two yard Kegyn Lambrecht rush for the games opening scoring.

The Eagles were ready to hit again a short while later, crusing into the end zone on a 34 yard pass from Jayden Geniesse to Dequez Sepulveda.

Before the first frame was over the Eagles got to pay dirt one more time, this one a Logan Stuart three yard rush.

Chad McVeigh scored the first TD of the second frame, giving the Eagles another TD off a three yard rush, while Stuart added another score about midway through the quarter off a big 52 yard rush that ended in the teedee.

Before Three Lakes hit for their first TD of the night, the Eagles had one more up there sleeve, getting in off a Duncan Breed one yard goal line breaker.

With the score 48-0 the Three Lakes boys avoided the rout with a 72 yard kickoff return by Logan Erickson.

Suring added on one more during the third quarter getting to the end zone for the touchdown off a 71 yard pass from Jack Breier to Henry Siedschlag.

Suring chipped in a fourth quarter score off a Jermey Hensel 48 yard rush while Three Lakes posted their final score off a five yard rush from Siedschlag.

On the ground the Eagles saw Logan Stuart rush from 249 yards and three TDs off 14 carries while holding Three Lakes' Henry Siedsclag to just 42 yards and a touchdown off four carries.

Through the air Geniesse led the Eagles with 65 yards and a TD off his three of nine passes.



Gibraltar Too Much for Wausaukee

The Gibraltar Vikings sailed their way into the port of the Wausaukee Rangers Friday night and ransacked the field as they left for home with a 42-13 victory.

It was a tough start for the Rangers of Wausaukee who just couldn't seem to find their footing in the first quarter. The Vikings on the other hand defiantly did as they pushed in two TDs to get the game on end.

The first TD by the Vikings was registered by Luke Steebs on a two yard rush. The two point conversion run was also successful thanks to a hard hitting effort by Brandon Stillman.

Alex Laughlin was next to hit for the Vikings, scoring off a 24 yard run which was again followed by a successful two point conversion run, this one from Steebs.

After switching sides for the quarter neither team seemed ready to push one in but with six minutes left until intermission Wausaukee's Hayden Renikow helped to brake his teams silence, tossing to Brandon Shigouri who carried 20 yards to the end zone.

With a minute left until the break Gibraltar responded, getting into the end zone off a Alex Laughlin 21 yard rush.

The Vikings scoring one TD in the third off a Laughlin 27 yard rush while holding back the Rangers from scoring over the frame.

Two more viking touchdowns in the fourth quarter would be answered by Hayden Renikow with a one yard rush to close the Rangers' scoring index.

Renikow led the air game for the Rangers with 93 yards and one TD off a 10 of 19 performance.

On the gourd Wausaukee was led by Corey Boesen with 123 yards off 15 carries.



Freedom Shutout Marinette

The Freedom Irish took a big conference win over the Marinette Marines Friday night, slamming the struggling Marines by way of a 42-0 differential.

The Irish wasted no time to blowing the game completely away.

Connor Dickrell received an 18 yard pass from Reeve Lambrecht for the lead while Reece Manteuffel improved the lead in the first with a five yard rush for the 13-0 lead.

Manteuffel again found a way into the end zone with a two yard rush ti get the board blinking while Noah Schadrie blocked a kick and returned it for the 28-0 lead at the half.

Dickrell gave the Irish a third quarter TD off a 19 yard pass from Lambrecht while Jaden LeCapitane recovered a fumble for a TD and the 42-0 final verdict.

The Irish went for 120 yards and two TDs through the air thanks to Lambrecht, who was nine of 15.

Sam Drees did all he could for the Marines with 72 yards on 26 carries while the Irish's Manteuffel got 72 yards on 11 carries.





Northland Pines Takes 10 point Win Over Crivitz

The Crivitz Wolverines battled hard but were unable to overcome the tough Northland Pines boys who went on to win 38-28.

The Wolverines kept with the Pines' boys for the most part and didn't let up. By games end the Pines boys had amassed 366 yards while the Wolverines were in tail with 246.

First to score in this contest were the Northland Pines' boys who fired in their first TD with a five yard rush from Kevin John.

Crivitz was quick to respond with a TD rush of their own, coming off the legs off Jaden Werner who rolled out on the keeper for the score.

Northlands John gain visited the end zone for the second time of the opening frame, getting in off a one yard goal line breaker.

Jayden Bemis had his number called over the opening minutes of the second frame, cruising into the end zone from one yard back.

But then Northlands had a bit of a mid game push that sent them to the front. John started the small rally off with a one yard TD run while Michael Miller scored next for Pines with a big 20 yard rush.

Crivitz however was quick to return fire before the intermission, quickly hitting on a 15 yard Werner scoring rush before sneaking in a pick six off the hands off Jaden Werner. At the half the score was knotted up at 28-28.

Unfortunately for the Wolverines the second half would be lacking in the way of scoring production. The Northland boys however posted two to close competition. The first a third quarter TD was rung in by Miller off a 26 yard rush while the games closing score in the fourth quarter was registered by Andrew Hartwig off a 20 yard field goal.

Through the air the Wolverines' Werner amassed 81 yards off a 10 of 23 showing. On the ground the Wolverines were led by Werner as well getting 71 yards and two TDs off 15 carries.



Menominee Gets Huge Much Needed Win

The Menominee Maroons have had a bit of rough road this season, facing a couple really tough teams, but last Friday night in Menominee the Kingsford Flivvers were not one of those teams as the Maroons got back to Menominee football with a 47-8 win.

Keagan Monroe got things going for his Maroons in the first quarter when he slipped loose on a 20 yard pass from Brendon Harris, carrying it all the way to pay dirt.

Joe Romero was next to have his number called and he didn't disappoint as he finished off a hard hitting drive with his 28 pass to Harris,

Before the intermission could occur the Maroons got one more TD registered this one off the legs of Monroe blasted the goal line on an eight yard rush for the TD.

At the intermission the Maroons were in complete control of the scoreboard 19-0.

Monroe continued his success into the third frame with an 18 yard scoring rush while Caden Bigger hit shortly after in the next drive off an 11 yard rush.

The games biggest play of the night came late in the third when Monroe busted loose on a 80 yard jaunt that ended in the end zone.

Jon Spegel gave Menominee there last score of the night in the fourth frame when he paid a visit to the end zone after a on yard rush.

Before time could expire the Flivvers saved themselves from a shutout with a Carter Kreski five yard rushing score.

On the ground the Maroons' Monroe finished the night with 166 yards and three TDs on 14 carries. Kingsford's Lance Waise had 37 yards on nine carries to lead Kingford.

Through the air Menominee's Haire was 140 for two TDs on his nine of eighteen performance.



Florence Looks Very Tough Going Into Final Week, Defeats Lena/STAA

The Lena/STAA Titans just couldn't stem the tide Friday night in Florence as the Bobcats broke the dams holding them back, flooding there Titans for a 62-6 victory.

The Bobcats dominated this match from start to finish, literally till the last minutes when the Titans broke the shut out.

The Bobcats' Kaden Schulz scored first off a 65 yard kick return. About two minutes later William Liebergeb busted into the end zone from nine yards back.

Schulz posted another first quarter score off a five year run while also hitting agin before the second frame on a 11 yard rush.

Liebergen scored in the second from off a five yard run while Shulz posted an eight yard rush before Liebergern struck again in the third frame off a 22 yard rush.

Cody Hidgson scored the games only third quarter TD for the Bobcat, getting it off a one yard rush.

The Titans' saved themeless from a shutout in the fourth quarter when their Logan Shallow crushed into the end zone on a three yard pass from Simona Gard.



Gillett Falls in Close Battle With Oneida/NEW

The Gillett Tigers were handed a hard outting loss Friday night when they hosted the Oneida Nation/New Lutheran boys who came away with the 26-23 victory.

Gillett took an early lead wit a first quarter TD but were held to zero over the second quarter while the Oneida/NEW boys posted 14 points to take the lead.

Over the third quarter the Oneida/NEW boys posted 12 points while holding Gillett to eight.

The Gillett defense sparked to life in the fourth holding back the Oneida/NEW boys but an eight point effort by the Tiger offense would come up three points short of the lead.

On the ground Anthony carroll posted 62 rushing yards on 15 carries for the first Tigers while Derek Block passed for 146 yards and two TDs on 12 of his 24.



Oconto Falls Posts Win Over Clintonville

It was a real match Friday night in Clintonville as the Truckers hosted the Panthers of Oconto Falls.

The invading Panthers had their hands full ensuring their lead would be taken and the defense did their part in ensuring it.

The Panthers were first to strike in the first quarter of this one. The Panthers' Borkovec had his number called and carried five yards for the Oconto Falls rushing score.

Clintonville responded in the first with a Behnke one yard gaol line breaker while The Panthers made it 14-7 with a rushing touchdown from back O. Huber from three yards back.

The Panthers kept the scores coming in the second frame getting in early off a J. Walters pass to M. Mans for the huge 99 yard pass score.

The Truckers added their final score in the second frame, getting in off a Behnke to B. Smejkal 20 yard pass.

Oconto Falls ended the evenings scoring in the second before the half with a Huber four yard rushing score.

Neither team would score a single point over the closing half of the game leaving the match set with its halftime readout.

Through the air the Panthers Jo Walters passed for 154 yards and three TDs in his three of nine performance. The Truckers Behnke passed for 117 on his eight od 11 showing.

On the ground Mans led the Panthers with 62 yards on 14 carries while Clintonville Allender posted 58 yards on 11 carries.


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