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Maroons Hold Off Marines in Tough M&M Battle

Issue Date: September 8, 2021

Much like the 114 games before it, the 115th M&M Football Game was a gritty, tough football game, and when all was said and done, the spoils went to the Menominee Maroons by a 25-16 score.

The hosting Maroons took an early 7-0 lead courtesy of Aiden Bellisle on a 57-yard keeper just a minute and a half into the game, a lead that would stand at the end of the first quarter. In the second, Menominee added to the lead with 10:48 on the clock when Bellisle found Cooper Conway for another touchdown, this time a 14-yard pass for a score. After a blocked extra point, Menominee led 13-0.

Marinette got one back in the second. Adam Lemery scored a touchdown with 7:42 to go in the second to make it 13-6 after a missed extra point. The lead was cut even further after a blocked punt and safety later in the quarter.

Menominee scored again courtesy of a 25-yard Bellisle touchdown catch before halftime, thrown by Trevor Theurkauf. It was 19-8 at the half.

Marinette scored first in the second half, with Darik McMahon scoring from short distance with 7:24 to go in the third. The two-point conversion was good, cutting the lead to 19-16.

Again, Bellisle had the answer, with an 18-yard touchdown run building the lead back to 25-16 with 11:25 to go in the fourth quarter.

Marinette couldn't find the points to get back in the game, with two turnovers on downs over the remaining 11 minutes.

McMahon ran 16 times for 88 yards and Lemery took 21 carries for 81 yards. Marinette couldn't get the passing game going, however, with Lemery going just 1-for-9 for three yards.

"It was just a great M&M battle today. [Marinette coach Nate Anderson] did a good job having his guys ready," Menominee coach Joe Noha said. "I thought our kids, we had a couple big penalties and a couple guys got dinged up and we had to regroup. We came back and we finished the deal. We used every guy on the bench, and we had to, but I credit our guys coming back, to just keep fighting and fighting and fighting, but a great crowd, a great game. We were lucky to get out of here with a win, but a great job by Marinette to really battle tonight."

Anderson would have loved to leave Menominee with a win, but he was happy with how his team battled.

"It was [an intense game], and that's what we wanted. We didn't want to be a pushover," Anderson said. "We wanted to come out here and be physical, say we're not going to be walked over, we're not going to get blown out, we're going to give you everything we've got, we're going to play with passion and we're going to leave it all out here. I'm proud of my kids, because they did what I asked and they made this a game,"



Bulldogs Battle But Fall to Storm on Fourth

Quarter Touchdown


Peshtigo and Kewaunee went toe-to-toe in a matchup Friday that could have big Packerland Conference ramifications, with Kewaunee gaining the upper hand in the second half.

Peshtigo took an 8-0 lead on a three-yard touchdown run from Will Boettcher with 4:33 to go in the first quarter. Boettcher also ran in the two-point conversion.

Kewaunee's Anthony Jerabek scored on a 31-yard touchdown run with 1:02 to go in the frame, but the extra point was blocked, letting Peshtigo keep a two-point lead.

The Bulldogs extended that lead back to eight when they went on an 87-yard scoring drive that ended with Boettcher scoring from five yards out for his second touchdown of the day.

Peshtigo held that lead until the halftime break, but Kewaunee's halftime adjustments paid instant and consistent dividends in the second half.

On the first drive of the second half, Kewaunee returned the kickoff to the Peshtigo 43-yard line. Three minutes later, Jerabek was in the end zone again, this time on a nine-yard pass from Mitchell Thompson. A two-pointer made it 14-14.

Peshtigo went three-and-out on the ensuing drive and Kewaunee got a hand on the punt to start its second consecutive drive in Peshtigo territory, this time at the Peshtigo 49.

Less than two minutes later, Jerabek scored his third touchdown of the game, a 12-yard run to make it 20-14 after another blocked extra point.

Peshtigo tied things up at 20 with 1:08 to go in the third quarter when Boettcher scored his third touchdown on a one-yard punch in.

The teams went into the fourth quarter square at 20, but Kewaunee scored for the third straight drive when Jesse Morales-Hernandez ran in from three yards out with 10:15 to go in the game.

Peshtigo couldn't quite get in the end zone the final two drives, with a turnover on downs at the Kewaunee 16 with 4:25 to play and an interception in Kewaunee territory with 48 seconds to play.

Peshtigo coach Jeff Bayerl said his team made a "boatload of mistakes" that cost them in the end, but he couldn't fault his team's effort. Kewaunee just came out with a better gameplan in the second half.

"In the second half, they adjusted. They put stronger players on our power side, which is the right side, so we tried to get some stuff on the weak side and that kind of broke down," Bayerl said. "There's stuff we need to fix, but I told the kids I'm more than proud of the effort. The effort was fantastic and effort, along with execution, we're going to be just fine. We told the kids, this does not define our season. We've got a lot of season left. There's a lot of games. We've got Oconto coming here next week, another conference game, so we'll see what happens."

For Peshtigo, Boettcher finished with 116 yards rushing on 30 attempts with three touchdowns. He was 3-for-8 passing for 91 yards and an interception. His longest pass was 41 yards to Kavin Kleikamp. Darius Sechen ran 18 times for 88 yards.

For Kewaunee, Jerabek ran 19 times for 162 yards and two scores, catching three passes for 17 yards and a touchdown as well.

Peshtigo plays Oconto at home on Friday night.



Crivitz Holds Off Tomahawk for a 28-24 Win

Crivitz held on for a 28-24 win over Tomahawk on Friday behind an effective run game and a perfect day from the Wolverines' kicker.

Crivitz had a 28-18 lead going into the fourth quarter, but the biggest drive of the game might not have been any of the Wolverines' five scoring drives.

With 6:39 to go in the game, Tomahawk scored a touchdown on a five-play, 71-yard drive, cutting the lead to 28-24. Crivitz took over at the 32-yard line, needing a big drive to ice the game.

The Wolverines handed the ball off 14 straight times to grind down the clock to zeroes, converting on two third down plays and one fourth down. Dillan Gehm was the workhorse of the drive, taking 13 of those 14 carries. He carried the ball 34 times in the game, tallying 179 yards and two touchdowns.

"That was huge," Crivitz coach Matt Bernier said. "We could tell early on they were going to have trouble stopping our inside run game, then our offensive line and Dillan helped us ice the game at the end."

In total, Crivitz ran the ball 53 times. Beyond Gehm, Sean Christensen ran seven times for 90 yards and Tegan Werner gained 71 yards on 10 carries. Werner also scored a two-point conversion in the third quarter.

Christensen got most of his 90 yards on a 52-yard burst for a touchdown in the first quarter. Gehm scored on runs of seven and five yards in the second and third quarters.

Bernier said the coaching staff challenged the offensive line and Gehm to carry the load Friday, and they came through.

"[Gehm] is definitely someone that we knew we'd lean on going into the season," Bernier said. "The second half of our game was all rain, so we felt good handing the ball off rather than tossing it to our guys."

Another hero of the Wolverine win was kicker Caleb Allard, who made both his extra points and two field goals, one from 34 yards and another from 24.

"Huge for us in that game. They actually scored four touchdowns, we scored three, but the kicking game led the way," Bernier said. "You've got to take advantage when you do get a good kicker. He's a good one, and we also have a good holder and a good snapper. Any time we get in good yardage, we feel good about him getting it done."



Cougar Defense Dominates in Shutout Win over Novas

Coleman remained undefeated and physically unmatched on the football field so far in 2021 with a 46-0 win over Milwaukee Academy of Science on Friday night.

Friday's was the most dominant performance of the year by Coleman's defense, as Milwaukee Academy of Science tallied just 41 yards of total offense, with two interceptions and a fumble lost.

Coleman, on the other hand, kept up its ground-and-pound style, rushing for 361 yards on 38 attempts.

Owen Kinziger did much of the Cougars' damage on just nine attempts. Those nine carries went for 155 yards and three touchdowns, while Will Bieber had eight attempts for 98 yards and a touchdown, Braxton Darga ran seven times for 67 yards and Trent Mongin scored a touchdown to go with six carries and 27 yards. Dylan VanErmen carried twice for 20 yards.

Coleman quarterback Noah Nosgovitz still hasn't had to throw the ball much this season, but he was successful when he did on Friday, going 2-for-2 for 17 yards, including a five-yard touchdown pass to Tieg Sadowski.

Nosgovitz was also successful at stifling the pass on the other side of the ball, as he intercepted two passes.

Brody Zahn and Sawyer Seefeldt led Coleman in tackles with six and five, respectively. Each had a sack and two tackles for loss as well.

Coleman takes on Niagara/Goodman/Pembine on Friday.



Rangers Bitten by

Wolves in Fourth

Quarter Fall 44-28


The Wausaukee Rangers out-gained Algoma in total offense on Thursday, but a couple of turnovers and a remarkable day by Algoma's Carter Zimmerman sealed a 44-28 Algoma win.

Zimmerman started the scoring with a nine-yard touchdown run just over six minutes into the game. He completed a pass to Grant Vandervest for the two-point conversion to make it 8-0.

Just 17 seconds later, with the ball back in Algoma's hands, Zimmerman found Kaden Vardon for an 84-yard touchdown. The two-pointer made it 16-0.

Wausaukee halved the deficit before the end of the quarter when Kamden Stumbris completed a 20-yard touchdown pass to Layne Rowley. Stumbris ran in the two-point conversion to make it 16-8.

The Wausaukee defense held Algoma scoreless in the second quarter, which allowed Stumbris to push Wausaukee into the lead.

Stumbris scored on a 14-yard run with 3:38 to play in the half, then ran in from 28 yards out and converted the two-point conversion with 1:20 to play in the second quarter to make it 22-16 before halftime.

Algoma tied it up when Zimmerman scored a seven-yard rushing touchdown with 1:49 left in the third quarter. The teams would go into the fourth quarter tied at 22.

It was Wausaukee that struck first in the fourth, with Stumbris scoring on a six-yard run with 7:11 to play. The two-point conversion failed, but Wausaukee had a 28-22 lead.

The rest of the game would be the Zimmerman show.

With 4:56 to go, he put Algoma back in front with an 11-yard rushing score and converted the two-pointer.

A minute and seven seconds later, he scored again, this time on a 57-yard scamper.

He put the final nail in the coffin just 43 seconds later when he intercepted a pass and returned it 26 yards for a touchdown.

He finished with 22 rushes for 153 yards and four touchdowns, 9-for-15 passing for 166 yards and a touchdown and an interception return touchdown.

Vardon finished with five catches for 142 yards and a touchdown for Algoma.

Wausaukee was led by Stumbris, who ran 24 times for 192 yards and two touchdowns while completing 20 of his 30 passes for 186 yards and two touchdowns.

Shaw finished with 10 catches for 89 yards and a touchdown, also intercepting a pass on the other side of the ball. Rowley caught seven passes for 81 yards and a score.



Suring Routs Sevastopol

34-6 in MONLPC Play


After trailing 6-0 at the end of the first quarter, the Suring Eagles reeled off 34 straight points to beat Sevastopol by a 34-6 score on Thursday.

Sevastopol's Jack de Young threw a 37-yard touchdown to Frankie Ash, a score that held up at the end of the first.

Suring's Gavin Fredenburgh evened the score at 6-6 with a three-yard run, which would be the score going into the half.

It was in the second half that Suring got things going offensively. Fredenburgh gave Suring the lead with a 15-yard touchdown run. The Eagles converted the two-pointer to make it 14-6.

Taron Haak got it going late to run away with the lead. Haak ran in from four yards out to give Suring a 22-6 lead, then scored on runs of 10 and 44 yards to finish things off.

In addition to Haak and Fredeburgh's offensive output, the Suring defense made a big impact.

The Eagles defense intercepted de Young three times in the game and held Sevastopol to a total of 83 yards rushing on 24 attempts. De Young was 11 for 21 passing.



Lena/STAA Scores

27 Unanswered Points

in Win Over Florence


Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy has its sights set on making the eight-man state football playoff, and the team made another convincing argument in a 27-8 win over Florence on Thursday.

Florence started on the right foot with a four-yard touchdown run by William Kelley less than four minutes into the game. Kelley added the two-point conversion to make it 8-0.

Lena/STAA would get its answer with 2:27 to go in the first quarter, with Sam Marquardt hitting Logan Shallow for a 17-yard score. Shallow punched in the two-pointer to tie it at 8-8.

That score would hold for nearly 12 minutes until Lane Whiting broke the deadlock with a two-yard score late in the second quarter. The two-point conversion was no good, leaving the score at 14-8 going into half.

Neither team scored in the third, but the Lena/STAA offense made it 20-8 when Marquardt again found Shallow for a 13-yard touchdown with 10:32 to go in the fourth. Then it was the defense's turn. Lena/STAA's defense was solid all game, forcing four fumbles, recovering three with an interception as well.

The third fumble recovery was returned 14 yards for a touchdown by Sidney Sylvester with less than two minutes to play. Ethan Braley made the kick to give the game its final tally of 27-8.

"The game was a lot closer than the final score," Lena/STAA coach Dale Lange said. "They were a very good team, but in the fourth quarter, we took advantage of an interception by Sam Marquardt and a fumble that Sidney Sylvester returned for a touchdown to seal the contest. We were outsized, but we played very hard and I think our conditioning paid off. We had a few mistakes that we will need to clean up this week before we play Wausaukee."

Marquardt finished the game with two touchdown passes on his only two completions of the game, also running 22 times for 76 yards and intercepting a pass on defense.

Shallow had two touchdown catches and 30 yards receiving to go with 18 carries for 40 yards.

Whiting rushed 13 times for 59 yards.

For Florence, Evan Johnson's 10 carries for 61 yards led the way. Kelley was 7-for-11 for 86 yards, with Johnson catching five of those passes for 52 yards.



Panthers Defense

Holds Cardinals in

Check for 14-8 Victory

Oconto Falls' defense held down the fort in a 14-8 win over Crandon on Thursday.

Oconto Falls took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter after Carter Hill ran in from seven yards out. Crandon took the lead at 8-6 in the second quarter via Mason Mullins, but those would be the last points Crandon would muster against a stout Panther defense.

Oconto Falls took a 14-8 lead when Hill found Logan Seymour for a six-yard touchdown and Dylan Thomson scored on the two-point conversion in the third quarter.

From there, it was all the Panther defense, which despite not forcing any turnovers, stood firm all night.

The Panthers allowed just 175 yards of total offense, with 45 Crandon rushes going for 163 yards and just 12 yards of passing on the night.

Weston Borkovec led the way for Oconto Falls, finishing the game with 12 solo tackles and 16 total. Kody Vorpahl had six solo tackles (seven total).

Offensively, Thomson ran 18 times for 128 yards, while Hill ran 12 times for 38 and Seymour had eight carries for 23 yards, catching three passes for 23 yards and a score.

Hill went 4-for-8 passing for 45 yards, one touchdown and one interception.


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