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Cougars Move to 8-0 With Win Over Panthers

Issue Date: September 30, 2021

After one quarter of Friday's undefeated matchup between Coleman and Oconto Falls, it looked like the Panthers had what it took to duke it out with the Cougars, Division 6's No. 4 team.

However, injuries and the dominant Coleman running game quickly wore down the Panthers and Coleman cruised to a 54-8 win.

Oconto Falls' first drive ended in a punt, but the Panthers got the ball back when Joe Olsen forced a fumble on the ensuing drive, recovered by Dylan Thomson.

On the ninth play of the next drive, Thomson punched in a three-yard touchdown run and the two-point conversion to give the Panthers an 8-0 lead with 23 seconds left in the first quarter.

Coleman's next possession ended in a three-yard touchdown run by Trent Mongin less than two minutes later.

After a fumble by Oconto Falls at its own 19, the Cougars quickly pounced to take a 14-8 lead on a 13-yard run by Peter Kuchta with 9:10 to go in the half.

"That turnover kind of slowed us down at the beginning," Coleman coach Jeff Bronson said. "Their offense is going to take a while to adjust to what they do. Unless you see Abbotsford every year, you don't really see what they run. They've gotten better at what they do, and it's going to be scary if they stay with this, what they can do with the athletes that they have. But our kids bounced back, that was a great thing to see."

By the end of the quarter, it was 22-8 when Kuchta scored again, this time on a 40-yard touchdown, the first play of the drive.

The Panthers went on a drive to Coleman's 15, but time ran out on the half and Coleman led 22-8 at the break.

Coleman's first drive of the second half ended in a 17-yard touchdown run by Owen Kinziger on the 10th play of the drive with 6:43 to play in the quarter.

With injuries piling up for the Panthers, the Cougars scored 24 more points in the fourth quarter to pull away with a 54-8 win, all on touchdowns by Will Bieber, who scored on runs of 41 and 14 yards and an interception return touchdown.

After a successful first quarter on offense and another good drive late in the second, the Panthers finished with just 173 yards of total offense.

Oconto Falls coach Nick Bohl, last week's Green Bay Packers High School Coach of the Week, said his team had injuries to its starting quarterback, two running backs and a middle linebacker during the game.

"They're our senior leaders. When you lose those kids, it's very hard to come back," Bohl said. "We get next-man-up mentality, but when you're playing a Coleman team, it's hard to come back from those things."

For Coleman, it was an attack once again led by Kinziger, who ran 12 times for 103 yards and a touchdown. Kuchta ran six times for 78 yards and two touchdowns and Bieber ran five times for 58 yards and two scores.

Coleman quarterback Noah Nosgovitz threw the ball just once, an interception, but he was a big factor on the ground, running nine times for 71 yards.

"We have a lot we need to clean up yet, but what's nice about our offense is we just have a variety of backs that can score at a different time," Bronson said. "Then tonight, Noah had a big game running the ball. You have the quarterback as a threat on the ground, then all of a sudden you have to guard us sideline-to-sideline."

For Oconto Falls, Thomson finished with 14 carries for 65 yards and a touchdown, but he didn't play in the second half following an injury, and the Panthers weren't as effective once he left the game.

Noah Hirst ran eight times for 33 yards and Alex Haines ran 11 times for 25 yards.

Jake Sager intercepted a pass for Falls. He also served as the team's second-string passer on offense, completing one of three passes with an interception after Carter Hill left the game following a 2-for-4, 42-yard output.

"To be honest, we kind of want to do what Coleman does with their ground-and-pound, because we're built for that and that's what we want to be built for, but we weren't to that caliber tonight," Bohl said. "We're a good football team. The first half, we competed well, then our injuries started mounting up a little bit, we turned the ball over, we shot ourselves in the foot and when you do that to a team like Coleman, who's really, really, really good, obviously, ranked fourth in Division 6, it's hard to sustain anything and hard to win a football game."

Oconto Falls (5-1) had to go looking for a game this week, as Northland Pines had to forfeit their scheduled game. The Panthers will instead head to Kewaunee for a 7 p.m. kickoff on Friday.

Kewaunee is on a 4-game win streak that includes wins over Oconto and Peshtigo after two losses to start off the season. Kewaunee's originally scheduled game Friday against Mishicot was also cancelled.

Coleman (6-0) takes on Crivitz (4-2) Friday at home, with kickoff scheduled for 7 p.m.



Eagles "D" Up in

Win Over Rangers


Wausaukee couldn't get anything going against a stout Suring defense on Friday. That defense, combined with a three-headed rushing attack of Taron Haak, Jeremy Hensel and Gavin Fredenburgh, led the Eagles to a 38-6 win.

Hensel started the scoring with a 46-yard touchdown run with 3:28 to play in the first quarter. Fredenburgh added the two-point conversion, then doubled the lead with a 15-yard touchdown three minutes later.

Shortly before halftime, Hensel scored his second touchdown, this one a 15-yarder, which Fredenburgh again topped off with another two points, giving Suring a 24-6 lead at the half.

Wausaukee's six points came with 6:18 in the second on a Kayden Suennen run from eight yards out.

With 5:08 to go in the third, Fredenburgh scored Suring another two points with a safety. Just 13 seconds later, Hensel was in the end zone following a 46-yard touchdown run.

Fredenburgh scored a two-yard touchdown in the fourth to cap off the win.

Hensel finished with nine carries for 146 yards and three touchdowns, Fredenburgh ran six times for 25 yards and two scores and Haak took 20 carries for 107 yards.

The Rangers couldn't get their offensive wheels spinning, with their 51 plays going for 119 yards, an average of just 2.33 yards per play.

Kamden Stumbris threw 12 times, completing four for 26 yards. He didn't have his usual success on the ground either, with his 16 carries ending in just 42 yards.

Suennen ran six times for 21 yards and a touchdown and Prestin Brunette was the team's most efficient runner, carrying eight times for 52 yards.

Wausaukee (1-4) heads to Elcho to take on White Lake/Elcho on Saturday at 1 p.m. Suring (4-2) heads to Florence at 7 p.m. on Friday.



Bulldogs Have a

Rough Night With the

Knights on the Road

Things started off badly and didn't get better for the Peshtigo Bulldogs on Friday against Lourdes High School.

The Knights' Adam Arnoldussen returned the opening kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown to take the momentum right off the bat.

The Bulldogs had a pair of turnovers on downs in the first quarter, one of which came when a potential touchdown was dropped in the end zone on fourth down.

In the second quarter, the Knights punished the Bulldogs for the missed opportunities, scoring three times to take a 27-0 lead, which they stretched to 42 by the end of the third quarter.

"It went south from the beginning," Peshtigo coach Jeff Bayerl said, especially considering the team's difficult preparation for the game.

"The major issue was we didn't practice for a week because the team was shut down due to COVID issues, then you're a week off, you come back and you practice for a week and you played a really, really good football team."

Beyond the 42-0 loss on the scoreboard, Bayerl expects his team to be without at least five two-way starters in a must-win game against Southern Door next week.

Fullback/linebacker Darius Sechen, quarterback Kyle Rupert, lineman Carson Paris and star runner Will Boettcher are all expected to miss next week's game.

"It'll be interesting to see how we respond to this. We're going to have to move kids around. We'll have one of our tight ends play tackle this week," Bayerl said. "We're probably going to cut the playbook down to eight to 10 plays that we run very well and then hope that we can just control the ball. That's going to be our biggest ally this week against a very good Southern Door team is running the ball."

Peshtigo mustered just 152 total yards of offense on Friday. Backup passer Kavin Kleikamp shouldered most of the offensive weight after injuries to other offensive options, throwing 11 times and running 14. He completed five passes for 58 yards and ran for 16 yards.

Adam Reiswitz caught two passes for 35 yards.

"They gave us some opportunities in the air, but we dropped a few, they defended a few of ours pretty well, we had a couple of backdoor routes on the backside that we completed for good yardage, good chunks of yardage, but the game went south after that first opening kickoff and then all the injuries and concerns over that," Bayerl said. "Then you're putting in young kids who have no varsity experience whatsoever. You've got freshmen out there, and nothing against those kids, but you're matching up against seniors and you're physically unable to ?? mentally you know what your job is to do ?? but physically you just can't match up with the guy."

For Lourdes (6-0), Wade Lindahl scored two rushing touchdowns and threw for two more on a 10-for-13 passing day.

Peshtigo (2-5) has three games left this season, with Southern Door coming to town at 7 p.m. Friday.



Viking Offense

Runs Wild in

Blowout of Tigers

A 36-point second quarter pushed Gibraltar to a 72-20 win over Gillett on Friday.

The Vikings led early, with Sam Lindenberg finding Bela Salm for a six-yard touchdown less than four minutes in. Lindenberg scored on an 85-yard run just two and a half minutes later to build his team's lead to 14-0.

Gillett scored on a Jesse DeBauch touchdown run with 2:14 to go in the quarter, but that would be the last of the Tigers' momentum, as the Vikings outscored them 36-0 in an 11-minute period of the second quarter.

The first quarter gave Gillett coach Justin Daul a glimpse of what his team can look like, and he'll watch the tape to hopefully take steps forward in the future.

"I was really happy with that. We've got a young offense that we're trying to grow and had a freshman quarterback who threw some nice passes. We did some really good things out there," he said. "The second quarter really ate us up, something that we'll have to look at on tape and try to make the right corrections and we'll take it from there. We're a game-by-game process right now."

Lindenberg alone scored four touchdowns in the quarter, and the Vikings were home free. Gillett out-scored Gibraltar 14-12 over the final two quarters, but the game was done and dusted at that point.

Gillett's Noah Anker led the team with 10 carries for 78 yards and a touchdown, while DeBauch was 7-for-21 passing for 122 yards and a touchdown, also running in for a score.

Anker also caught three passes for 45 yards and Ben Matczek caught four passes for 77 yards and a touchdown.

"We've got Jesse DeBauch as our freshman quarterback. He's starting to read the field as opposed to early in the season. We're doing some things that are better, we're learning the guys a lot better and we've got a couple bright spots, young bright spots that we're really going to try to develop," Daul said. "I thought Ben Matczek played a heck of a game. We just don't have enough guys that are physically developed to sustain the longevity of a whole football game. When we can compete like we did in the first quarter, that's so positive for us."

A few big losses this season don't do Daul's team justice. After a 2020 season in which the Tigers scored just 20 total points over five games, Gillett's football program headed in the right direction, he said.

"I'd like to thank my coaches for doing a great job. These scores are a little lopsided, and that's what eight-man football is all about a little bit, but it doesn't really show the competitiveness and the hard work that my coaches are doing. Paul Herzog and Jesse Witcraft and Lance Pecha?? these guys are working their butts off for the program, so I'm super proud of them," Daul said. "We're putting kids in the right position, and once we're physically developed, we'll start seeing it really turn around. We're making baby gains right now. We're making baby gains, and we're really close to seeing some big gains. We're looking forward to it and we can see the flashes of it."

Gillett (0-5) faces a Sevastopol team on the road next week that has scored just six points in four of its five games this year, holding a 1-4 record.



Titans Pound Pioneers

in 45-6 Road Win


Another week, another dominant performance by the Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy football team.

Lena/STAA beat Sevastopol 45-6 Friday in Sturgeon Bay to improve to 5-0 on the year.

The Titans opened up with an 8-0 lead when Lane Whiting powered in for a three-yard touchdown. In the second quarter, the Titans pulled away.

Logan Shallow threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Sam Marquardt with 8:05 to go in the quarter, Lane Whiting scored on a 35-yard run with 4:43 on the clock and then caught a two-yard touchdown pass to make it 30-0 as the clock hit zeroes in the first half.

Marquardt and Shallow stretched the lead to 45-0 by the end of the third with runs of 90 and 38 yards, respectively.

Sevastopol scored on a fourth-quarter touchdown, but was held to just 149 yards of offense on 42 total plays. Lena/STAA, on the other hand, took 46 plays for 399 yards.

Maruqardt was 5-for-8 passing for 92 yards and two touchdowns, also running 13 times for 130 yards and a score.

Shallow took 12 carries for 88 yards and one touchdown and caught two passes for 57 yards with another touchdown. Whiting ran the ball seven times for 48 yards and two touchdowns, also catching two passes for nine yards and a score.

Lena/STAA has won every game by at least 19 points this season and has been improving in recent weeks, winning its last three games by scores of 58-22, 69-8 and 45-6.

The Titans host Algoma this week, which could prove to be their biggest challenge so far in 2021. Algoma is 4-1 and riding a four-game win streak, with its only loss to Florence in week one.



Maroons Routed by

Vikings Big Second Half


Menominee lost to Denmark at home on Friday, 41-7.

Menominee hung around early. Trailing 6-0 after one quarter, the Maroons took a 7-6 lead halfway through the second quarter on a red zone touchdown run by Aidan Bellisle.

From there, it was all Denmark, however, as the Vikings scored 22 points in the third quarter to pull away, and Menominee wouldn't score for the rest of the game.



Marines Fall to Undefeated

Spartans 38-14




Marinette faced a undefeated, state-ranked team for the second time in three weeks on Friday. For the second time, the Marines battled hard but couldn't match their opponents.

Marinette, facing Luxemburg-Casco (6-0), moved the ball well and played a physical game, but the Spartans reeled off some big plays to get the 38-14 win.

Marinette cut the score to a one possession game in the second quarter when Adam Lemery scored on a five-yard run, but the Spartans scored the next 17 points of the half to take a 31-6 lead at the halfway point.

Lemery scored again in the third, this time from the six-yard line, to make it 38-14, but those would be the final points scored in the game.

Lemery finished 0-for-6 passing, but ran 31 times for 169 yards and two touchdowns to lead the team. Darik McMahon ran 16 times for 39 yards, also scoring a two-point conversion.

Luxemburg-Casco had 391 yards of total offense on 43 plays. Marinette had 257 on 65 plays, but also turned the ball over on two fumbles.

The Spartans' Isaac Vandenbush had 229 of those rushing yards on just 15 attempts, scoring all five of Lux-Casco's touchdowns.

Marinette (0-6) takes on Wrightstown next week. The Tigers are on a two-game win streak with recent wins over Seymour and Little Chute.



Predators Shutout

By Cardinals 28-0


Crandon defeated Northern Elite 28-0 on Friday.

The Cardinals ran the ball 44 times for 259 yards, led by 104 yards from Mason Mullins and 93 yards from Jacob McIntosh on 16 and 12 carries, respectively.

The Cardinals also forced three fumbles on the defensive side of the football.


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