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Crivitz Defends Home Turf Against Suring

Crivitz Keeps Pace with Win Over Suring

Friday evening, two familiar foes squared off as the Crivitz Wolverines played host to the Suring Eagles.  Crivitz broke open a 12-12 tie with a 19-point second quarter.  The Wolverines went on to take the MONLPC-Small matchup 37-18.

After forcing the Wolverines to a punt on their first drive, Suring drove the length of the field for an opening possession touchdown.  Covering 90 yards in 10 plays, the Eagles scored on a 15-yard Cody Smith rushing touchdown.  The score gave Suring an early 6-0 lead.

Crivitz answered back right away on the next drive.  Jake Voss punched in a 3-yard touchdown to cap off a 6-play, 65-yard drive, knotting the score at 6-6 at the end of the first quarter.

The second quarter is where the Wolverines did most of their damage.  Just over a minute into the quarter, Kody Richlen broke free for a 20-yard TD run and 12-6 Crivitz lead.  Suring responded by tying the game on a Logan Stuart 5-yard rushing TD. 

Crivitz had their offense red-hot, looking for their third consecutive touchdown.  Richlen did just that as he scored his second TD of the game, and gave Crivitz an 18-12 lead.  On Suring's ensuing drive, quarterback Josh Reed's pass was intercepted by George Andrekopoulos who returned it 51 yards for a touchdown.  Ryley Bemis's extra point gave Crivitz a halftime lead of 25-12.

The Wolverines defense gave them a spark out of the break as on Suring's opening drive, they intercepted Reed once again. Crivitz then chunked their way down the field, using a 13-play, 55-yard drive to set up a Travis Kudick 1-yard TD run.  This extended the lead to 31-12 at the end of the third quarter.

Both teams reached pay dirt once in the fourth quarter. First, Crivitz's Jaden Werner stepped in front of a Reed pass and intercepted it, taking it the distance for a Wolverine touchdown.  Then, with just over four minutes to play, Suring's Jayden Geniesse connected with Kegyn Lambrecht for a 14-yard pitch-and-catch touchdown.  Crivitz went on to win the contest 37-18.

Crivitz's Travis Kudick complete 6 of 11 passes for 130 yards, Jake Voss paced the ground game with 92 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries.  Voss also caught 4 passes for 114 yards.

Suring was led by Logan Stuart on the ground with 60 yards and a TD on 18 attempts.  Mitchell Stegeman hauled in one reception for 53 yards.



Coleman Claims Victory in Algoma

Looking to avoid a third straight loss, the Coleman Cougars traveled to Algoma to take on the Wolves in an MONLPC-Large matchup Friday night.  Coleman went back to their smash-mouth play style, on their way to 327 yards rushing.  The Cougars took home a win, 44-19.

Jacob Zeitler gave the Cougars an early spark and the first score of the game with a 51-yard break-away touchdown.  Trevor Risner caught the two-point conversion and gave Coleman an 8-0 lead after the first quarter.

In the second quarter, both teams found the end zone twice.  Algoma first booted a 33-yard field goal, before two touchdown passes put their second quarter tally to 17 points.  For Coleman, Mason Risner scored on a rushing touchdown, followed by a 73-yard sprint to pay dirt by Jake Baldwin.  At halftime, Coleman led 22-17. 

After the break, nearly all of the momentum was in the Cougars' hands.  Algoma's only score of the half came on a blocked punt resulting in a safety in the third quarter.  Baldwin scored his second touchdown of the game in the third quarter from 17 yards out.  In the fourth, Baldwin scored his "hat trick" touchdown from 3 yards and Mason Risner added a 6-yard TD run, putting the score to the final of 44-19.

Baldwin led the Cougars' ground assault with 155 yards on 8 carries and three TDs, Zeitler added 107 yards on 14 carries and a touchdown.

 

Blue Devil Burn Bulldogs

Oconto increased to 3-1 in conference play and 5-1 overall following a 35-14 win over Peshtigo when the two teams met Friday, Sept. 22.

The Bulldogs couldn't have asked for a better start to the game, as junior wide receiver Max Rauch hauled in a 62-yard catch-and-run touchdown on the first play of the game from sophomore running back Jerod Jandt to give the Bulldogs a 7-0 lead.

The Blue Devils struck back in the first quarter with 8:47 remaining via a 7-yard touchdown run from junior Zach Sherman on the end around.

Senior quarterback Jake Krueger followed that score up with an 8-yard passing touchdown to senior wideout Evan Allen. The Blue Devils failed the 2-point conversion and went into the second quarter with a 13-7 lead.

Krueger passed 22 times, completing 14 for 133 yards and a touchdown. In addition, he would run the ball 4 times, and though he lost a yard overall, he scored two touchdowns.

In the second quarter, junior Bennett Frazer added a rushing touchdown, to his stat sheet, in addition to his 23 rushes for 154 yards. The 16-yard scamper upped the score to 21-7 in the Blue Devils' favor.

Senior Parker James, Oconto's regular starting running back, rushed just 5 times for 26 yards. He broke his wrist last week, and Oconto Head Coach Brian Sohrweide said he wanted to give James some time to get used to playing in the cast, while giving Frazer some work.

"I wanted him to have some time to get used to the cumbersomeness of the cast before getting back as the starting RB." Sohrweide said. "Frazer filled in and did a great job, especially considering his limited reps at that position."

Sohrweide also credited his offensive line, saying, "a ton of credit goes to the O-line. They have done a great job all season. They have been the key to this offense with both the run and pass."

Jandt got seven points back with a 5-yard touchdown run just over two minutes before halftime. On the day, however, Jandt struggled to find running room, as he rushed 15 times for just 47 yards. Junior wide receiver Nick Nielson ran 6 times for 26 times and senior quarterback Riley Reif ran 5 times for 22 yards in addition to completing 4 of 11 passes for 34 yards.

Oconto Head Coach Brian Sohrweide said stopping the running of Jandt, the 2016 M&O Back of the Year, came down to matchups.

"It was a numbers game- making sure that when they were in their unbalanced formation that we had the numbers to match." Sohrweide said. "We used our DB as an extra LB and rolled coverage over the top. We also made sure that the backside had good pursuit to close down any cutback lanes."

Krueger put Oconto up two scores again with a 2-yard run before the end of the half. The run was set up by an interception return to the Bulldogs 2-yard line by senior linebacker Bryce O'Connor.

Krueger added a 1-yard run with 2:48 left in the third quarter to make the score 35-14, where the score would finish.

The Blue Devils went 10 for 14 on third down in the game, limiting the Bulldogs' ability to keep their opponents off the scoreboard.

"They've got a bunch of senior athletes that have played together for a while. They played really well" They made the plays and we didn't," Peshtigo Coach Eric Seyler said.

The Bulldogs, now 2-1 in conference play and 2-3 overall, host Southern Door Friday, Sept. 29. Southern Door, who are 4-1 on the season, beat Oconto three weeks ago, 34-33.

Seyler said the team will have to focus on trying to stop junior running back Derik LeCaptain, who has received recruiting interest from Big Ten programs Iowa and Wisconsin, among others.

"They try to spread you out and get him into open space," Seyler said. "It's going to be a heck of a contest for us. We've got to stop the run first and hope we don't get beat in the passing game."

Oconto goes on the road to face Sturgeon Bay, 1-5 overall this season, on Friday. Sohrweide said the Oconto's expectations for the season haven't changed despite their strong start.

"We take one play at a time, be assignment-sure and let the chips fall where they may," he said.



Rangers Tackle Titans

The Wausaukee Rangers were near unstoppable Friday night when they hosted the ST. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers defeating them 52-16.

The Rangers started the rout early as Tyler Gruszynski reeled in an interception which he returned for the games first score. Matthew Delfosse put in the two point conversion to give the Rangers man 8-0 lead.

Delfosse built upon that lead about six minutes later when he busted across the goal line from nine yards out. Brandon Shigouri caught the two point conversion pass for a 16-0 lead.

STAA got on the board with three minutes left in the first quarter. Tyler Stuart connected with Jack Farley on a pass route for a 60 yard catch and score. Stuart punched in the conversion for a 16-8 deficit.

Over the second quarter only one teed was registered and it was off the legs of Ranger Hayden Renikow who found pay dirt from six yards out.

Wausaukee kept the scores coming after the intermission score at the eight minute mark of the third thanks to a Delfosse 16 yard run. The conversion run was successful thanks to Quentin Unferth.

Renikow returned to the endzone a short while later, as he busted loose on a 21 yard scamper for the teedee.

STAA/Lena got a teedee with thirty seconds remaining in the third quarter when Tyler Sturat snuck across the goal line from one yard away.

After the score Wausaukee Renikow broke loose on the kickoff, going 80 yards for the score. Gruszynski reeled in the conversion pass.

Renikow capped off an awesome night with the games final score. With eight minutes left in regulation he found an opening from six yards out to help bring the Rangers to a 52-16 lead.

On the day Delfosse passed for 128 yards in a six of 13 showing. On the ground Delfosse piled up 144 yards and three teedees on 19 carries. Renikow had 54 rushing yards on 10 carries with two teedees.

STAA/Lena's Stuart also passed for 128 yards but did so in a three of 11 showing. Jack Farley caught two passes for 63 yards and one touchdown while Stuart led the ground game with 36 yards and touchdown off 25 carries.



Gillett Routs Bowler/Gresham in Shutout

Early and often Friday night, the Gillett Tigers exerted their dominance as they traveled to take on the Bowler/Gresham Panthers for an MONLPC-8-man contest.  Putting up over 20 points in each of the first two quarters, the Tigers cruised to a 55-0 win.

Gillett outgained Bowler/Gresham in total yardage 464 to just 53.  The dominating performance was highlighted by 363 yards rushing, 119 of which came from running back Bo Krueger on just five carries. Nick Hertwig also posted 95 yards on just four carries.

For the first score of the game, Brock Herzog found Adam Anderson for a 58-yard pass.  The successful two-point conversion gave Gillett an 8-0 lead.  Anthony Carroll scored on a 9-yard TD run and Sam Lemens recorded a 5-yard interception return for a TD and a 21-0 first quarter lead for the Tigers.

Gillett kept things rolling in the second quarter with four more TDs. Herzog connected with Sam Davis for a 28-yard pitch-and-catch touchdown before Krueger broke off two TD runs, one from 44 yards and another from 61 yards.  Hertwig found the endzone again, this time from 52 yards, giving Gillett a 49-0 lead at halftime.

The only score of the second half was recorded by the Tigers as Lemens broke free for a 24-yard TD run in the third quarter.

Herzog finished the contest 3 of 3 for 101 yards and two TDs for Gillett.  Anderson hauled in one catch for 58 yards and a touchdown while Davis grabbed two passes for 43 yards and a score.



Marines Celebrate Homecoming with Win

For the Marinette Marines football squad, there was no better way than to celebrate homecoming with a 49-0 shellacking of the Clintonville Truckers at Higley Stadium.  A nearly flawless performance gave the Marines their second win in the North Eastern Conference.

"We were focused all week in practice, even with all of the homecoming shenanigans and all of that stuff.  Our kids have stayed focused, we had great practices and I really do feel we got better today." Marinette coach Andy Walters added, "Our kids were well-prepared this week and that's a credit to our staff, it's also a credit to them as well."

Marinette's opening drive saw Sam Drees sprinting down the sidelines for a 44-yard touchdown run and a quick 7-0 lead after Walker Stroming's extra point.  Later in the first quarter, the combination of Matt Wagner and Matt Eldredge hooked up for a 37-yard touchdown to dig the Marines out of a fourth and 21 hole.  Eldredge came down with the pass and broke a tackle on the way to the end zone and a 14-0 lead.

Adam Wahl joined in on the fun in the second quarter as he punched in a 6-yard touchdown for Marinette and extended the lead to 21-0.  Clintonville attempted a fake punt, but to no avail as Marinette was set up with great field position at Clintonville's 24-yard line.  Not long later, Drees scampered in for his second TD of the game, pushing the lead to 28-0 at halftime.

It was more of the same after the intermission as Marinette was nearly unstoppable.  Wagner intercepted a pass to quickly halt the Truckers' first drive. Wagner then connected with Eldredge once again on a 43-yard pass to set up Drees' third touchdown of the game, this time from 2 yards.

Stroming then intercepted a pass for the Marines on Clintonville's next drive.  This time, Dalton Weissgerber was the one to capitalize for Marinette on a 30-yard touchdown run.   Dalton Smith recorded Marinette's final TD of the night on a 9-yard TD run.

"They played four quarters of football.  Like we said when we went into halftime, we're not playing Clintonville anymore, we're playing football." Coach Walters added of the holding the Truckers to zero, "It's been a while since we've had a shutout.  Those are nice, but I'll take just a plain old "W' any day."



Menominee Dominates Southern Door

The Menominee Maroons traveled to Southern Door Friday night to take on the Eagles in a nonconference matchup.  Menominee piled up 505 yards and 62 points on Southern Door, on their way to a 62-26 win.

The Maroons were the first in the scoring column as Ethan Mileski scored on Menominee's first drive from 4 yards out.  Southern Door's Derik LaCaptain responded with a 48-yard run to pay dirt.

Mileski then found an open Keagan Monroe for a 30-yard pitch-and-catch Maroon TD.  On their next drive, the third of the quarter, Mileski notched his third TD of the game on a 20-yard run to the end zone and a 21-6 lead.

Menominee's Brendan Harris broke free for a 30-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter.  The Eagles scored their second touchdown as Sam Gerend caught a 22-yard TD from Kyle Daoust, making the score 28-13, Maroons. 

Menominee wasted little time responding as Jacob Rivard's 8-yard touchdown run extended the lead once again.  Later, Mileski connected on two touchdown passes, the first to Jason Janquardt for 45 yards and the second to Harris for 46 yards, pushing the halftime score to 48-13.

William Burnett scored Menominee's two touchdowns of the second half on two separate 40-yard touchdown scampers to the end zone.  This helped the Maroons to their eventual final of 62-26.

Mileski finished the contest 5 of 16 for 161 yards and four TD passes while adding 51 yards on 14 carries for two TDs.  Rivard added 112 yards on the ground while Burnett piled up 121 yards and two touchdowns rushing.

"It was a great team win and our kids played with great focus and energy," said Maroon coach Joe Noha.


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