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Marines Fall One Point Short In Loss to Mustangs

Issue Date: October 14, 2021

Area Football

"One thing I've learned is when you're at home, you always go for two at the end," Marinette football coach Nick Anderson said. "If you're away, you kick it."

When Marinette scored a touchdown with 23 seconds left in Friday's game against Little Chute and trailed 17-16, Anderson followed that rule, attempting to go for the win on the two-point conversion.

The conversion fell short and Little Chute ran out the clock, but Anderson would do the same thing again.

"I don't regret my decision at all, not one bit, because we've been inconsistent kicking PATs too. We just came up short," he said after the game. "At the end, you've got to give the ball to your best player and I don't care if everyone knows it, that's what you do, so it's just unfortunate we couldn't get it in."

It was a two-yard touchdown from Adam Lemery to Nick Kriedeman on a jump throw that set up the two-point gamble. Up until that point, special teams was a key theme in the game.

Marinette got the ball in Little Chute territory to set up the final drive on a blocked punt by Lemery.

With three minutes to play in the first quarter, Cale Ducane put Marinette up 3-0 with a 47-yard field goal which he booted through the uprights with room to spare.

"We knew he could make it," Anderson said.

Immediately following that special teams success was a special teams failure on the Marines' side, with Drew Joten returning the ensuing kickoff 86 yards to the Marinette four, which Jacob Melendrez capped off with a touchdown run.

"It hurts because we've been so good on special teams all year. We haven't givenup big runs and we haven't given up a ton still. Obviously he had a long run, but we haven't given up a touchdown on special teams yet," Anderson said. "That one hurt because we talked about before the game how we've got to be the best we've been all year on special teams to win this game, because we knew it was going to be a close game, and when you're in close games, it comes down to special teams every single time."

After a Marinette three-and-out, it was the Mustangs blocking a punt, which set up a 38-yard field goal 25 seconds before halftime and stretched the lead to 10-3.

Marinette tied it up in the third quarter on a Lemery touchdown pass to Brett Whiting, but Little Chute's 17-10 lead came from a Joshua Verhagen touchdown run with 5:03 left in the third.

Marinette had most of its offensive success through the air. Lemery was 8-for-17 for 144 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. The Marines ran for just 52 yards.

"They had the box so loaded, we had to. That's why we couldn't run," Anderson said. "They had everyone in there and we just had to win the one-on-one battles. We're just going to have one-on-one and that's how it is. We've got guys playing both ways, they get a little tired too but we made some nice plays. We made some nice pass plays."

Whiting caught six passes for 135 yards and a touchdown to lead the offensive targets.

Marinette (0-8) faces New London on the road for its regular season finale Friday night.

"I'm proud of the kids, I'm proud of our seniors. We've just got to wait a week to get a win," Anderson said. "We're so close and I want them to have a taste of victory. This is a great group of kids and I want them to get that taste of victory and we've got to wait another week."



Bobcats Run Away From

Rangers With Big

4th Quarter


The Florence Bobcats blasted through a worn-down Wausaukee defense in the final nine minutes of a 44-16 win on Friday night.

The two teams were tied at eight after one quarter, with Florence's Will Kelley scoring a rushing touchdown in the period and Wausaukee's Kamden Stumbris tossing a nine-yard touchdown to Nathan Shaw.

At the half, Florence had a 16-8 lead following Kelley's second touchdown with 2:26 to play in the half.

Florence pulled away in the second half. Kelley scored his third touchdown of the game, this one a 19-yarder, to take a 22-8 lead with 2:47 to go in the third quarter.

With 8:55 to go in the fourth, Stumbris got Wausaukee back within one score with a 61-yard touchdown run and a two-point conversion.

However, with the score at 22-16, Florence's Evan Johnson and Logan Schuls took over.

Just 11 seconds after Stumbris made it a one-possession game, Johnson stormed into the end zone from 57 yards out and Kelley completed the two-point conversion.

"That hurts, but we're not a good physical tackling team yet, and when we get tired, you can see that starts to hurt us," Wausaukee coach Grant Russ said. "We're not as strong as we should be. We've got some guys that need to commit in the weight room more than what they are, but it was something we could build on tonight."

With 5:12 left, Johnson scored again, this time on a 31-yarder. Schuls completed the two-pointer, then put the cherry on the Bobcats' win, scoring on a 20-yard run with 3:21 to play.

Kelley finished the game with 21 carries for 106 yards and three touchdowns, Johnson took 18 carries for 148 yards and two scores and Schuls ran six times for 33 yards and a touchdown. He also intercepted a pass on defense.

In total, the Bobcats ran the ball 48 times for 285 yards, an average of 5.9 yards per play.

Kelley finished 8-for-16 passing for 104 yards, with Johnson catching four passes for 56 yards and Trent Watkins grabbing three for 38.

Stumbris ran 19 times for 78 yards and a touchdown, also passing 30 times and completing 15 for 170 yards and a touchdown to Shaw.

Shaw led all receivers with 71 yards on eight catches. Layne Rowley caught three passes for 36 and Ethan Phillips had two grabs for 45 yards.

Despite what appears to be a big loss at first glance, Russ was happy with what he saw from his team for the majority of the game.

"Quite honestly, I feel better than I have in about a month, because we got back to playing Ranger football," Russ said. "Don't worry about the scoreboard, understand? That was a one-score football game with nine minutes to go in the game, all right? We ran out of gas a little bit, but that's the way it goes. We've got a lot of guys playing the entire time and that happens."

Wausaukee has lost six straight after a season-opening 30-6 win over Sevastopol. The Rangers face a very tough Three Lakes team in the final game of the season on Thursday night. Three Lakes is 6-1 on the season.

Florence (4-3) has won two straight. The Bobcats face White Lake/Elcho at home at 7 p.m. Friday night.



Big Play Titans Outscore

Vikings on the Road


Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy was tested against Gibraltar on Friday, but every time the Vikings knocked on the door, the Titans countered immediately.

Lena/STAA has blown out the majority of its opponents in 2021, but Gibraltar's offense put up a fight.

The Vikings scored first when Braden Sitte caught an eight-yard touchdown pass from Sam Lindenberg, who also scored the two-point conversion, with just a minute and eight seconds gone from the clock.

However, it only took Lena/STAA 20 seconds to tie the game back up. Sam Marquardt took it 59 yards to the house with 10:32 to play. After Gibraltar's next possession, Marquardt scored again, taking the punt 75 yards for a score to make the lead 16-8.

Just after the start of the second quarter, he completed a seven-yard touchdown pass to Ethan Braley to give his team a 22-8 lead.

Gibraltar kept swinging and the Titans kept answering the call.

Lindenberg tossed a 33-yard pass to Braden Sitte with 8:43 to play in the second to make it a one-possession game. Logan Shallow was in the end zone for Lena/STAA 17 seconds later after he returned the kickoff to the one and punched it in on the first play.

Lindenberg scored on a 26-yard touchdown run to cut the lead to 30-22 with 5:17 to go in the second. Just 13 seconds later, Shallow was in the end zone again, this time on a 73-yard kickoff return.

With 2:28 to play in the half, Shallow scored on a 44-yard run. With 8:32 to go in the third, he made it a four-score game, 50-22, when he ran in from 15 yards.

Lena/STAA closed out the game, 58-34, with the final points coming on a safety.

"The game was a real shootout. We were able to score just about every way possible and we needed it to beat the Vikings," Titans coach Dale Lange said. "Their QB Sam Lindenberg is a really good athlete and was very tough to contain. Fortunately, we had some nice runs and returned a punt and some kickoffs for scores or took them deep into their half of the field. I give credit to Gibraltar for never quitting, even when they were down by three scores."

Shallow ran the ball 19 times for 215 yards and three touchdowns, also recovering a fumble on defense. Marquardt carried 16 times for 158 yards and a touchdown and Lane Whiting took 10 carries for 39 yards and one score.

Marquardt was 1-for-2 passing for seven yards and a touchdown to Braley.

The win locks up Lena/STAA's conference championship. The Titans are 7-0 on the season.

"We will need to get back to basics for next week and hopefully for a couple weeks in the postseason," Lange said.



Wolverines Score

Early and Often in

Win Over Eagles


Crivitz allowed two touchdowns on its first two defensive possessions, but the Wolverines more than cancelled that out with touchdowns on their first six offensive drives.

Menominee Indian's Andre Corn returned the game's opening kickoff for 86 yards to give his team the early 7-0 advantage.

It didn't take long for Crivitz to match it, with a five-play, 2:19 drive ending in a Tegan Werner touchdown run.

Corn scored his second touchdown of the game less than three minutes later, this time on a three-yard touchdown run. It would be the last time Menominee Indian found the end zone.

Crivitz, however, would reel off five more touchdowns on drives of four minutes or less.

Those drives ended in three more touchdowns for Werner, a Chad Schroeder running touchdown and 73-yard passing touchdown from Cashton Mertens to Sean Christensen.

Crivitz also scored on an interception return for a touchdown by Eli Gruszynski, as he took a pass from Corn and produced a 42-yard return to stretch the Wolverine lead to 49-14.

Neither team would score in the second half. The final four Wolverine drives ended in two punts, a missed field goal and a fumble. Menominee Indian's final nine drives following the two touchdowns to start the game resulted in two punts, three turnovers on downs and three interceptions, including the pick six with less than a minute to go in the first half.

Crivitz, led by Werner, tallied 308 yards on the ground and 381 yards total. Werner ran the ball six times for 124 yards, with a 58-yarder his longest.

Mertens ran seven times for 56 yards and Kaden Klaver took his only carry for 51 yards. Dillan Gehm ran 10 times for 56 yards.

Mertens' only completed pass of three attempts was the 73-yard touchdown to Christensen.

On defense, Werner, Gehm and Gruszynski each intercepted passes.

Kicker Caleb Allard made all seven extra points on the day.

Crivitz (5-3) hosts Crandon on Friday night to end the regular season.



Cougars Cruise

Past Cardinals to

Stay Undefeated


Coleman crushed Crandon on Friday, taking home a 54-6 road victory and clinching at least a shared Northwoods Conference title in the process.

Coleman ran the ball 47 times for 422 yards, an average of nine yards per play. Through the air, the Cougars were 0-for-7.

Six Cougars ran the ball for at least 39 yards and five different players scored touchdowns.

Owen Kinziger ran nine times for 97 yards and a touchdown, Noah Nosgovitz ran four times for 78 yards and Will Bieber had two touchdowns on eight carries for 75 yards.

Trent Mongin took his seven carries for 56 yards and two Cougar touchdowns, Peter Kuchta ran five times for 39 yards and a score and Brady Gross scored once on four rushes for 39 yards.

Braxton Darga ran five times for 24 yards as well.

Coleman defenders intercepted two passes, with Micah Kuchta and Mitchell VanDeWalle doing the honors.

The Cougars held Crandon to 157 yards of total offense, with 102 on the ground over the course of 30 rushing attempts.

The win brings Coleman to 6-0 in Northwoods Conference play. The Cougars can clinch the outright title and an undefeated season with a win over Menominee Indian on Friday. Menominee Indian comes in on a five-game losing streak.



Strong Three Lakes

Offense Too Much

for Suring


Three Lakes topped Suring 50-8 on the gridiron Saturday.

The Eagles had no answer for Three Lakes' Ashton Maney, who ran 23 times for 191 yards and five touchdowns in the win.

Jared Kaufman threw the ball 22 times for the Jays as well, completing 14 for 258 yards and two touchdowns. Three Lakes had over 500 yards of total offense on the night.

The lead was 26-0 at the half, with Three Lakes outscoring Suring 16-8 in the third quarter and 8-0 in the fourth period.

Suring (3-4) faces Wabeno/Laona on the road to end the regular season Thursday night.



Tigers Drop Non-

Conference Contest

to Fighting Bluejays


Gillett fell 60-14 to Athens on Friday night.

Athens went up 46-0 at the half behind a huge first 24 minutes from Cooper Diedrich. He took his only two carries for first-half touchdowns of 57 and 55 yards and returned a punt for a 70-yard score.

He also threw two touchdowns in the first half and returned the opening kick of the second half for an 85-yard score.

Gillett scored twice in the fourth quarter, both on Jesse DeBauch touchdown passes. He found Ben Matczek for a 22-yard touchdown and Thayne Bjelland for a five-yarder.

DeBauch finished 6-for-12 for 50 yards, passing for two touchdowns and an interception.

Noah Anker ran for 50 yards, while Matczek led the team in receiving, catching three passes for 31 yards and a score.

Gillett's lone win this season came last week in a forfeit win over Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran. The Tigers have one more chance at a victory when they travel to Algoma on Friday night.



Panthers Beat Predators

44-8 in Conference Clash


Oconto Falls took a 22-0 lead after one quarter and never looked back in a 44-8 win over Northern Elite on Saturday.

The Panthers gained the upper hand early when Dylan Thomson took a carry 56 yards for a touchdown. After Carter Hill found Isaac Raddatz for a 10-yard touchdown, Thomson made it 22-0 with his second touchdown of the game before the end of the first quarter.

Thomson scored his third touchdown of the game, a 34-yard burst, in the second quarter. He would finish with 15 carries for 194 yards and three touchdowns.

Hill scored a rushing touchdown before halftime to give the Panthers a 36-0 advantage.

In the third quarter, Hill threw his second touchdown of the game, a 27-yard pass to Caleb Clark.

Hill was 8-for-9 passing for 201 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.

Logan Seymour caught four of those passes for 99 yards. Raddatz had two grabs for 44 yards and a touchdown and Clark had the 27-yard touchdown catch. Caden Birr caught one pass for 31 yards.

Jake Sager intercepted a pass for the Panthers.

Northern Elite's eight points came at the back end of the third quarter. Neither team scored in the fourth.

Oconto Falls wraps up the season with a home game against Tomahawk on Friday night.



Bellisle Leads

Menominee Past

Marquette in

GNC Matchup


The Menominee Maroons defeated Marquette by a 34-13 score on Friday to guarantee themselves at least a share of the Great Northern Conference title.

Aidan Bellisle had a huge game for the Maroons. He finished the game with two touchdown runs and three touchdown passes.

Brady Badker caught all three of those touchdown passes, including a 42-yarder in the fourth quarter to really put things away.

The Maroons are 5-2, but their only losses have come from teams in Wisconsin, as they lost to Freedom and Denmark in back-to-back weeks in mid-September. Menominee goes back toWisconsin for a matchup with Little Chute on Friday before wrapping up the regular season with a home game vs. Kingsford on Friday, Oct. 22.

A win against the Flivvers would give Menominee sole possession of the GNC crown.


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