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Lena/STAA Tops Suring in 8-Man Season Opener

Issue Date: September 2, 2021

The Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy 8-man football team dominated Suring in a 32-6 win that spanned two days over the weekend.

Lena/Suring took a 6-0 lead with 4:15 to go in the first quarter when Sam Marquardt scored on a five-yard run. Three minutes later, with 1:18 on the clock and the same 6-0 score, the game was delayed due to weather, finishing up Saturday beginning at 3 p.m.

When the game restarted, the offenses didn't immediately start back up with it. Neither team scored in the rest of the first half or the first several minutes of the second half, but Suring tied things up at six on a 70-yard passing touchdown from Jeremy Hensel to Gavin Fredenburgh with 8:59 to go in the third.

That tie wouldn't last, as Logan Shallow got hot for Lena/STAA. He returned the ensuing kickoff 75 yards for a touchdown, then took a handoff 50 yards for a touchdown less than four minutes later to make it 20-6.

Maruqardt scored on a 22-yard touchdown with 9:45 to go in the game and Lane Whiting ran in from 17 yards out to make it 32-6 just 55 seconds after that.

Shallow finished with 12 carries for 121 yards, Marquardt ran 13 times for 76 yards and Whiting took nine carries for 55 yards.

Lena/STAA threw the ball just five times, with Marquardt completing two for 46 yards. Marquardt also had an interception on the defensive side of the ball to help the Lena/STAA defense. "We had good solid play, good defense," said Lena/STAA co-head coach Dale Lange. "On both sides, offense and defense, we were able to play well. We've been practicing and practicing. We came out last night and came out this afternoon and it was a little shaky. At halftime we made a couple of adjustments here and there and they were the right ones. We were able to take control on both sides of the ball."

Suring's Hensel went 4-for-10 passing for 110 yards and one touchdown. Taron Haak led the team with 10 carries for 49 yards.

Fredenburgh caught two passes for 96 yards and a score and Ashtyn Edwards intercepted a pass for the Eagles defense. "We stepped up right away. We came out, we played tough, we went toe-to-toe with them," said Suring Assistant Coach Terry Garrigan. "They're an amazing team, their coaching had them ready to go. We were able to match up with them for a while but they just worse us down and I think it's our lack of depth. We've got a lot of really young freshmen who don't have a lot of experience on varsity, but my hat's off to Lena. They played their butts off."

Lena/STAA, off the mark with a big win, will be looking to be in the mix at the conference and state levels.

"There are a lot of good and solid teams and everything is up for grabs," Dale Lange said about the conference level. "The conference is very well balanced and should be very competitive."

This is the third season that there will be an eight-man state playoff, with a 16-team field from around the state.

"We are hoping to be one of them," Lange said.

Suring is relatively young. They do have some returning players, but the Eagles played just three games last year, so players that would normally have a full season under their belts may not be as experienced as the Suring coaching staff would like. Some teams, like Lena/STAA, played a full 2020 season despite COVID-19.

"We have a lot of returning starters from last season, unfortunately we only played three games, so we didn't get as much experience as a coach would like," Suring coach Mitch Taylor said before the season.



Bulldogs Bounce

Back With Big Win

Over Northern Elite


The Peshtigo Bulldogs washed the taste of their season-opening loss to Coleman out of their mouths with a 47-6 win over Northern Elite on Friday night.

The Bulldogs led 33-0 at halftime. Northern Elite's only big play of the first half came on the first play of the game when Mason Richtig completed a 35-yard slant pass, but it didn't lead to any points.

"Just knowing that they're a running team, we didn't anticipate that first play opening up with a pass, but I guess you've got to be ready for anything. They had a long gain but it didn't result in any points for them," Peshtigo coach Jeff Bayerl said. "We really dominated the offensive and defensive line. Our linemen played really, really well."

Peshtigo got its first points when Trevor Marquardt ran in from nine yards out with 3:01 to play in the first. With 28 seconds to go, Darius Sechen found daylight for a 42-yard touchdown run.

Will Boettcher ran in a 19-yarder 1:15 into the second quarter and Kyle Rupert scored 2:45 later to make it 27-0. Kavin Kleikamp scored on a nine-yarder with 4:11 to go in the half, making it 33-0. He was the fifth different Bulldog to score a touchdown in the first half alone.

At that point, the game went into a weather delay due to lightning strikes, leading to a delay of nearly two hours.

Kleikamp tossed a three-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter and Peshtigo led 39-0 at the end of the period. In the fourth, Northern Elite finally got on the board with a 65-yard touchdown run by Landon Kalkofen, but Peshtigo got eight points back when Boettcher returned the kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown. With Boettcher, the team's regular kicker, winded from his 85-yard run, Kleikamp ran in the two-point conversion out of the field goal formation.

Boettcher finished with nine rushes for 119 yards and Sechen finished with 110 yards on 10 carries, also intercepting a pass.

The game was a good rebound for Peshtigo after losing last week to former M&O Conference rival Coleman.

"We rushed for 280 yards and passed for 21, so the passing game needs work, but the running game seemed to be on point. We missed a couple blocks, but that happens," Bayerl said. "I'm very happy with the way we bounced back. We told the kids after Coleman, "this will either define you or not. You either lay down and take a beating the rest of the season or you pick yourselves up and work hard,' and we had a very good week of practice and it showed on Friday night."

For Northern Elite, Kalkofen ran 13 times for 118 yards. Northern Elite only suited up about 16 or 17 players, Bayerl said.

Peshtigo's next matchup comes against Kewaunee, which lost 38-27 to Menominee on Saturday but figures to be one of the favorites in this year's Packerland Conference.

"Their No. 25 out of the backfield, we have to know where he is on every play. He'll sting us. He lines up at halfback, he lines up at slot, he lines up at wing, he's just everywhere, split back, and he's a very hard runner. Their fullback is huge and he's a very good blocker, so we're going to have our hands full, but this is the key game," Bayerl said. "It's too early to say it's a must-win but if you want to win the conference, it's going to be Kewaunee and Southern Door, so if we want to win the conference, we've got to win this game and send a message to the rest of the conference that hey, we could be for real."

That game will be played Friday night in Peshtigo.



Crivitz Comes Up

Short in Tight Battle

with Shiocton


Crivitz came up six points short in a non-conference loss to Shiocton on Thursday.

Shiocton took a 7-0 lead in the first quarter on a touchdown run by Cade Stingle, but Crivitz matched with a three-yard touchdown run by Dillan Gehm in the second.

Again Shiocton took a lead before half when Parker Moder found Ty Marcks for a 19-yard score, making it 14-7.

Crivitz scored to start the second half scoring when Sean Christiansen ran in from five yards out. This tied the score at 14, but when Shiocton took its third lead of the game at 20-14 in the third quarter, Crivitz couldn't match, with the game ending at that final score.

The Wolverines were playing without their usual starting quarterback, meaning Tegan Werner moved to QB1 for the night. He threw just one pass, an incompletion, while running 13 times for 99 yards.

"I thought he did excellent. We'll take those second team snaps at quarterback. He's a very good athlete, he's dangerous with the ball in his hands and we know he can do some things," Crivitz coach Matt Bernier said. "He's a competitor, he was out there competing tonight, he turned some nothings into something - just a true warrior tonight."

Gehm ran 15 times for 45 yards and Christiansen ran six times for 50 yards, also returning a punt for 33 yards.

Shiocton's Moder went 16-for-27 passing for 184 yards and two touchdowns. Stingle ran 15 times for 56 yards and a touchdown.

"Shiocton is a good team this year. They came out very strong week one against Bonduel," Bernier said. "It was a good non-conference test for us and unfortunately we came up on the short end, but definitely some things we could've cleaned up that would have put us ahead for the W."

Crivitz (1-1) goes on the road to face Tomahawk at 7 p.m. Friday.



Cougars Bag Bears

44-14 Start Season 2-0


The Coleman Cougars are 2-0 to start the 2021 football season after a dominant first half pushed them to a 44-14 win over Bonduel on Thursday.

Coleman opened the season with a dominant win over Peshtigo last week, then backed it up with another high-scoring game, again controlling the game on the ground.

Coleman threw the ball just twice in the game, running 48 times for 371 yards for most of its offense.

The Cougars appear to have half a dozen players they trust with the ball early in the season. Last week against Peshtigo, five players ran for at least 40 yards.

This week, Owen Kinziger took the most carries with 18, going for 129 yards and four touchdowns, but three other Cougars had averages of at least 10 yards per attempt on the day, so he's far from the only good option in the backfield.

He scored three of those touchdowns in the first half, with a 31-yard touchdown in the first quarter and runs of six and eight yards in the second. His final touchdown in the third quarter made it 36-8.

Will Bieber scored on an 11-yard run in the first quarter and a 12-yarder in the fourth. He ended up with six rushes for 63 yards and two touchdowns.

Dylan VanErmen ran seven times for 93 yards, Brady Gross had three carries for 38 yards and Trent Mongin carried eight times for 27 yards.

Coleman quarterback Noah Nosgovitz threw the ball two times: one was a 44-yard completion to Tieg Sadowski and the other pass was intercepted.

The Coleman defense also forced two turnovers on interceptions by Sadowski and Cole Klimek. Bonduel quarterback Noah Weier was held to a 6-for-24 day by the Cougar defense, wth 95 yards passing and one touchdown.

Bear rushers took 35 carries for 144 yards and one touchdown.



Gillett Falls to Three

Lakes in MONLPC

Crossover Game


Gillett fell 32-0 at the hands of Three Lakes in eight-man football on Friday.

Three Lakes scored 32 points behind two passing touchdowns from Jared Kaufman and two rushing scores from Ashton Maney. Kaufman went 5-for-9 for 102 yards and two touchdowns and Maney ran six times for 47 yards.

Josh Cogar also returned a kick for 66 yards for Three Lakes.



Marines Fall Prey

to Hawks in Non-

Conference Matchup


The Shawano Community High School Hawks came out firing to leave the Marinette Marines in the dust on Friday.

Shawano led 34-0 at half and finished off a 40-14 win behind 554 yards of total offense.

Shawano scored on some huge plays in the first half, with a first-quarter touchdown pass of 37 yards and touchdown passes of 34, 63 and 90 yards in the second quarter. The Hawks passed for 373 yards and rushed for 181 more, with quarterback Carson Popp going 14-for-19 with four touchdowns.

Jacob Landon and Ashton Henning each caught seven passes, with Landon tallying 157 yards receiving and a touchdown and Henning totaling 216 yards and three scores.

Marinette had 360 yards of offense, with 296 on the ground, but three turnovers and a 4-for-11 third down efficiency hurt the Marines.

Adam Lemery led the team in rushing with 21 attempts for 82 yards. He completed five of his 11 attempts for 64 yards and two interceptions.

Finn Seaborg had six rushes for 72 yards, with the standout a 61-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Leahland Bertrand ran six times for 60 yards, with his top run going for 44 yards and a touchdown in the third quarter.

Marinette takes on Menominee in the annual M&M Game on Friday. This year's game takes place in Menominee at 7 p.m.



Maroons Weather

Storm Early Rally

for 38-27 Win


The Menominee Maroons faced a storm in more ways than one on Friday.

Menominee faced the Kewaunee Storm in a football game, but also saw weather delay the end of the teams' football game until Saturday, when Menominee looked a different team.

Menominee trailed early, going down by a pair of scores. Lightning delayed the game at that point, like it did for a number of games around the area.

Unlike some games such as Peshtigo's matchup with Northern Elite, which saw a delay of about two hours, Menominee and Kewaunee pushed the rest of the game back until the next day, with Saturday's event beginning at 5 p.m.

Trailing 14-0 on Saturday, Trevor Theurkauf tossed a touchdown pass to Cooper Conway and then another to Brady Schultz for 46-yards to cut the lead to 14-12 after two failed two-point conversions.

Aidan Bellisle scored his first touchdown run before half and Theurkauf tossed a 27-yard touchdown to Schultz to make it 24-21 before half.

Bellisle had two more touchdown runs in the second half to make it 38-21, and the game ended 38-27.

Theurkauf had 139 yards passing on a 9-for-15 day with three touchdowns, also running for 83 yards. Bellisle ran 22 times for 123 yards and three touchdowns. Schultz caught two touchdown passes.

Menominee faces Marinette in the annual M&M Game on Friday, while Kewaunee faces Peshtigo in Packerland action.



Panthers Post

Comeback Win

Over Truckers


In a back-and-forth game Friday night, Oconto Falls topped Clintonville by a 34-22 score after the Panthers scored the final three touchdowns of the game.

Oconto Falls scored the first touchdown of the game when Carter Hill found Isaac Raddatz for a 65-yard touchdown pass. Logan Seymour completed the two-point conversion.

Clintonville scored the next two touchdowns to take a 14-8 lead, with two touchdowns by Braiden Bahnke, one on the ground and one through the air.

Oconto Falls tied it up before halftime on another 65-yard touchdown, this time a run by Dylan Thomson. The two-point conversion was unsuccessful, leaving the teams locked at 14.

Clintonville took a 22-14 lead in the third after Behnke found Samuel Wegener for a 10-yard touchdown and then completed a pass for the extra two points, but it was all Oconto Falls from there.

Thomson and Hill each scored rushing touchdowns in the third to take a 28-22 lead and Thomson punched in a one-yarder in the fourth to make it 34-22, his third touchdown of the game.

Thomson ran 19 times for 189 yards and three touchdowns on the night. Hill ran nine times for 19 yards and a touchdown and went 3-for-6 passing for 110 yards, with all three completions to Raddatz.

Oconto Falls had two interceptions, with Alex Haines and Braden Vandermoss doing the honors. The Panthers also sacked Trucker quarterbacks six times, with 4.5 sacks coming via Brayden Giese.

Behnke was 13-for-23 for 162 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions for Clintonville. He led the team with 18 rushes, but the Panthers held him to just 2.3 yards per attempt for 42 yards.

Oconto Falls (2-0), takes on Crandon at home on Thursday at 7 p.m.



Wausaukee Grabs

Early Lead, Slams

Sevastopol 30-6


Wausaukee defeated Sevastopol by a 30-6 score on Friday, led by four first-half touchdowns from Kamden Stumbris.

Wausaukee scored three times in the first quarter, with Stumbris scoring on a 46-yard run less than three minutes in to get the fun started.

About four minutes later, with 5:38 on the clock in the first, Stumbris scored on a five-yarder. Just a minute and 15 seconds later, he found Layne Rowley for a 62-yard touchdown pass. Wausaukee completed all three two-point conversions to lead 24-0 at the end of the quarter.

Stumbris scored his fourth touchdown with 8:41 to go in the second on a two-yard punch in. He finished the day with nine carries for 105 yards, also going 5-for-8 passing for 139 yards and a score.

Rowley had three catches for 107 yards and a touchdown. Nathan Shaw caught the other two completions for 32 yards. Prestin Brunette ran five times for 38 yards.

Sevastopol scored with 2:38 to go in the second quarter when Jack De Young found Drake Olsen from 24 yards out. De Young finished 2-for-7 for 33 yards, one touchdown and an interception.

Conner Schroeder had the interception for Wausaukee.


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