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Jandt's Big Game Helps Bulldogs Collar Wolves

Issue Date: October 11, 2017

The Peshtigo Bulldogs got back to winning with a 29-7 victory over the Algoma Wolves on Friday, Oct. 6, helped along by a big day from sophomore running back Jerod Jandt.

Jandt ran the ball 23 times for 275 yards, scoring three touchdowns for a Bulldogs team that threw the ball only three times in the game.

Bulldogs junior quarterback Riley Reif started the Peshtigo scoring off with a 3-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, giving the Bulldogs a 7-0 lead. Reif threw the ball just once and ran 11 times for 25 yards and a score.

Interim Head Coach Jeff Bayerl said that this isn't necessarily the way the Bulldogs' offense will operate in the future, but they ran the ball more than usual based on the Wolves' defense and the weather conditions.

"It's kind of what they gave us," Bayerl said. "I think it rained in every quarter" It was sloppy" and when you're gaining five or six yards a crack, you don't need to do anything else."

Bayerl said he's not just a run-first coach, but said, "I always tell the kids I want to throw when I want to, not when [the defense] makes me."

Jandt scored on a 43-yard scamper in the second following a safety by the Bulldogs defense, but Algoma junior quarterback Max Panger scored on a 2-yard run to make the score 15-7 heading to the end of the half.

Panger completed 7-of-16 passes for 72 yards and two interceptions. The Wolves' starting running back, junior Zach Dellis, ran the ball 22 times for 134 yards.

In the third, both teams were held scoreless, but Jandt blew the game wide open in the fourth with two rushing touchdowns, one from 40 yards out and another for 14 yards.

Reif added an interception on defense, as did junior defensive back Mitchell VanVooren. Senior lineman Gavin Forsberg recovered two fumbles.

Bayerl praised his team's defense, saying "our defense has been lights out the last couple of weeks. They've been flying to the ball."

The Bulldogs will guarantee themselves a spot in the playoffs if they win next week against Kewaunee, though they still have a chance at getting in, even with a loss.

"Our focus is on getting an automatic bid," Bayerl said. "Our focus is on beating Kewaunee."

Marinette Falls

to Freedom


The Marinette Marines hosted the Freedom Irish Friday night and were handed a 26-0 loss.

The first half was scoreless as both team's defenses' did their best to stop drives and force turnovers.

But the Irish would eventually find their stride during the third quarter.

Irish quarterback Matt Verhasselt found Brody Bozewski for the 10 yard teedee. Later in the quarter the Irish returned to pay dirt, this time scoring off a Dakota Brockman three yard run.

Verhasselt kept the bombs coming as he opened the fourth quarter's scoring with an 11 yard pass to Mason Weisse. Before the final second could tick off the clock the Irish's Hofacker busted loose on an 85 yard pick six.

Through the air, Freedom's Verhasselt was eight of 12 for 116 yards. Matt Wagner gave his Marines 37 yards off a six of 15 performance.

On the ground Freedom was led by Brockman with 145 yards on 21 carries. Marinette's Sam Drees had 38 yards on 11 carries.



Menominee Back

to Winning Ways


It only took one week for the Menominee Maroon football team to look like themselves again. After falling to Escanaba last week, Menominee was faced with a long bus ride up to Sault St. Marie to take on the Blue Devils in a Great Northern Conference football game.

The speed and power running of Menominee's single wing offense was on display as Ethan Mileski was the key beneficiary with five total touchdowns. Three times Mileski barreled into the end zone in the first half, all of which came from within five yards out. The three TDs from Mileski and three successful extra-points from Shawn Sandahl gave Menominee a 21-0 lead at halftime.

Early in the third quarter, the Maroon lead was extended as Mileski broke loose for a 73-yard touchdown run. Also in the third, William Burnett nearly matched Mileski with a 72-yard TD jaunt, extending the lead to 35-6.

Menominee and Mileski scored their final touchdown of the day as he connected with Jason Janquardt on a 6-yard touchdown pass.

The Maroons improve to 5-2 overall and 1-1 in the GNC, taking on Kingsford next week.



Gillett Gets Slammed

By Sevastopol


The Gillett Tigers traveled to Sevastopol Friday night and were swiftly taken down 65-0.

The Pioneers scored 14 in the first quarter, 29 during the second frame, 14 during the third and another 8 to close the game out.

For the Pioneer's Jacob Welsing passed for 108 yards and one teedee on a six of seven performance.

On the ground Sevatopol was led by Ethan Kroll with 107 yards and three teedees off nine carries and Welsing with 102 yards and two teedees off eight carries.

Gillett's Herzog passed for 24 yards off three passes while D. Myrick rushed for 38 yards off four carries.



Suring Soars to Win

over White/Lake Elcho


The Suring Eagles took a resounding 44-0 win over the White/Lake Elcho Wolverines Friday night.

Logan Stuart busted loose on a 78 yard rush for the first touchdown of the game and was followed a short while later by Cody Smith on a 53 yard scoring run. Before the end of the first frame Tyler McDougal found the endzone, getting in off a 31 yard rush.

During the second Stuart crossed the goal line from four yards out. Mitchell Stegeman cruised into the end zone off a 30 yard pass from Josh Reed giving the Eagles a 36-0 halftime lead.

Suring posted one more score during the third as Stuart made a repeat visit to the paydirt, this time form 21 yards back.

On the ground Suring was led by Stuart with 148 yards and three touchdowns off 10 carries. Through the air Suring's Reed got 39 yards and a teedee on a two of four performance.



Oconto Obliterates

Coleman


The Oconto Blue Devils showed no mercy in their 47-0 handling of the Coleman Cougars Friday night.

The Blue Devils were quick to hit, posting their first points off an Isaac Woller receiving teedee off a 34 yard pass from Zach Sherman.

Jake Krueger got a chance to sling a pass as well, connecting with Carson Moe for the 19 yard score.

Krueger connected with Woller next, this time from 74 yards out for the 21-0 first quarter lead.

Krueger opened the second frame's scoring with a 65 yard pass to Woller who carried it 65 yards to the house.

Bennett Frazer reeled in a Krueger pass during the third, which he carried 21 yards to the end zone.

Krueger continued to assault the Cougars through the air getting one more teedee off a 24 yard catch and score from Woller.

Devin Reinhardt closed the evening's scoring with a 48 yard rushing teedee for the 47-0 win.

Through the air Oconto's Krueger was 11 of 19 for 293 yards and five touchdowns.

On the ground Reinhardt led the way with 65 yards off two carries. Coleman's Blake Forner posted 63 rushing yards off 12 carries.



Gibraltar Defeats

Wausaukee in Close Battle


The Wausaukee Rangers hosted the Gibraltar Vikings Friday night who read the Rangers for a 46-30 win.

The Vikings were first on the board as Trevor Reinhardt completed an 11 yard pass to Andras Szakala.

The Rangers struck later as Matthew Delfosse tossed a passed to Tyler Gruszynski for the 21 yard score.

Before the first could end the Viking Reinhardt connected with Alex Laughlin for the 16-8 lead.

The duo repeated their success with nine minutes left in the half, this time Reinhardt found Laughlin from 36 yards back. Trevor Reindhartdt then found an open Adam Reinhardt for a 10 yard teedee pass.

The Rangers returned fire during the second frame with a Delfosse 60 yard interception return.

Before the half expired the Vikings Reinhardt found an open Adam Reinhardt for the the 20 yard score.

Wausaukee answered with a couple quick scores during the third. First Delfosse completed a 63 yard pass to Gruszynski, then he completed a 53 yard pass to Christian Shigouri before Gibraltar posted the last score of the evening off a Nathan Ewaskowitz five yard rush.

Through the air Delfosse recored 137 yards and three teedees off three of his ten passes. Trevor Reinhardt piled up 336 yards through the air along with five touchdowns in a 21 of 41 effort.

On the ground Wausaukee was led by Gruszynski with 84 yards and two touchdowns off two carries while Gibraltar's Laughlin got 156 yards and two teedees off seven carries.



Lena/STAA Wins

Over Oneida Nation


The Lena/STAA Titans came away with a 40-26 win over the Oneida Nation Thunderhawks Friday night.

The Titans' Zack Cops struck first on a 15 yard run for the teedee. Oneida Nation answered with a Damian House five yard scoring run for the 6-6 tie. Lena/STAA got one more first frame teed in off a 90 yard Cops kick return touchdown.

The Titans opened the second quarter with a 13 yard passing score from Simon Gard to Christian Hornick.

The Thunderhawks found pay dirt during the second frame off a House nine yard run but were answered by the Titans before the end of the half on a Jack Farley seven yard receiving teedee.

Gard broke loose to start the second half with a 22 yard run.

The Thunderhawks' House continued to find the endzone, doing so in the third off an eight yard sprint.

Gard completed another passing touchdown over the fourth, finding Farley from 26 yards back.

House gave his Thunderhawks one final score, breaking the goal line from a yard out.

On the ground the Titans were led by Cops with 86 yards off 15 carries. House posted 201 yards off 36 carries for his Thunderhawks.

Through the air Gard was seven of nine for 80 yards and one teedee while House was one of five for 29 yards and two interceptions.


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