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Kimberly 48, Stevens Level 13

STEVENS POINT – Jack Statz took the opening kickoff 91 yards for a landing and Kimberly by no means appeared again in recording the win over the Panthers.

Blake Barry completed with 173 yards on 16 carries and scored on landing runs of 4, 71 and eight yards for Kimberly. Seth Miron added landing passes to Ethan Criter and Jaxson Garbisch of 57 and 12 yards, respectively.

Barry stated his offensive line helped pave the way in which for him.

“Quite a lot of the success I had on the sphere at this time was positively due to my offensive line,” he stated. “I had some huge holes at this time. I’ve a variety of stuff to enhance on this week in follow, however I’m prepared for subsequent week.”

SPASH’s Noah Marschke had two landing passes, together with a 5-yard toss to Peyton Pumper, who led the Panthers with 14 catches for 116 yards.

Kimberly  20  14  14  0  –  48

Stevens Level  7  0  0  6  –  13

SCORING PLAYS

First Quarter

Okay – Jack Statz 91 kickoff return (Hunter Berry kick)

Okay – Blake Barry 4 run (Berry kick)

Okay – Barry 71 run (kick failed)

SPASH – Braylon Smola 6 cross from Noah Marschke

Second Quarter

Okay – Ethan Criter 57 cross from Seth Miron (Berry kick)

Okay – Barry 8 run (Berry kick)

Third Quarter

Okay – Gavin Tyson 1 run (Berry kick)

Okay – Jaxson Garbisch 12 cross from Miron (Lance Doering kick)

Fourth Quarter

SPASH – Peyton Pumper 5 cross from Marschke

Wausau West 33, Superior 13

WAUSAU – Ray Reineck ran for 164 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries for the Warriors within the nonconference win.

Vince Hanz accomplished 4-for-8 passes for 130 yards and three touchdowns. Carter Amerson caught two passes for 80 yards and two TDs.

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Campbellsport 33, New Holstein 7

CAMPBELLSPORT – Mitchell McCarty threw three second-quarter landing passes and Benjamin Timm ran for two scores within the third quarter within the Cougars’ win over the Huskies.

McCarty’s landing passes went to Cole Kaehne, Kody Koltz and Caleb Smith.

New Holstein acquired its landing within the fourth quarter on a 14-yard cross from Sean Floyd to Luke Graf.

Campbellsport  0  20  13  0  –  33

New Holstein  0  0  0  7  –  7

SCORING PLAYS

Second Quarter

C – Cole Kaehne 15 cross from Mitchell McCarty (Luke Pendowski kick)

C – Kody Koltz 40 cross from McCarty (Pendowski kick)

C – Caleb Smith 17 cross from McCarty (Pendowski kick)

Third Quarter

C – Benjamin Timm 37 run (Pendowski kick)

C – Timm 11 run (cross failed)

Fourth Quarter

NH – Luke Graf 14 cross from Sean Floyd (Ehlenbeck kick)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Speeding: NH – Brice Haendel 14-41, Mason Buteyn 8-30.

Passing: NH – Floyd 6-11-1-64.

Receiving: NH – Mason Schmitz 2-8, Reed Wagner 1-23.

Hilbert 34, Brillion 14

BRILLION – Carson Grenzer rushed for 2 touchdowns and handed for one more because the Wolves constructed a giant second-quarter lead and stored the Lions at bay the remainder of the way in which.

Austin Cullen additionally scored a pair of speeding touchdowns for Hilbert.

Brillion was led by quarterback Joseph Shimek, who threw for 92 yards and a rating, and Jaden Bastian, who carried 15 instances for 78 yards and one landing.

Hilbert  0  21  0  13  –  34

Brillion  0  6  8  0  –  14

SCORING PLAYS

Second Quarter

H – Carson Grenzer 5 run (Alexis Rojo kick)

H – Austin Cullen 45 run (Rojo kick)

H – Kaelin VandenWyngaard 9 cross from Grenzer (Rojo kick)

B – Spencer Gilbertson 9 cross from Joseph Shimek (kick failed)

Third Quarter

B – Jaden Bastian 44 run (Bastian run)

Fourth Quarter

H – Grenzer 3 run (Rojo kick)

H – Cullen 15 run (kick failed)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Speeding: Brillion – Bastian 15-78, Chase Thibodeau 8-45, Bennett Olson 6-39.

Passing: Brillion – Shimek 4-10-1-92.

Receiving: Brillion – Ben Scharrer 1-43, Bryce Gantz 1-23.

Sheboygan Falls 56, Brown Deer 18

SHEBOYGAN FALLS – The Falcons raced out to a 42-0 second-quarter lead en path to the nonconference win.

Sheboygan Falls piled up 384 complete yards, together with 243 yards speeding. Caleb Plier rushed 12 instances for 97 yards and two touchdowns, whereas Emmitt Krauter carried thrice for 43 yards and two scores, and added one landing reception.

Quarterback Dane Nickolai accomplished 8 of 9 passes for 141 yards and one landing, and rushed for 2 others.

Brown Deer  0  6  6  6  –  18

Sheboygan Falls  28  14  7  7  –  56

SCORING PLAYS

First Quarter

SF – Caleb Plier 6 run (Mason Jaap kick)

SF – Emmitt Krauter 7 run (Jaap kick)

SF – Plier 1 run (Jaap kick)

SF – Krauter 18 cross from Dane Nickolai (Jaap kick)

Second Quarter

SF – Nickolai 9 run (Jaap kick)

SF – Nickolai 6 run (Jaap kick)

BD – Arthur Terry III 42 cross from Grayson McCain (kick failed)

Third Quarter

SF – Krauter 10 run (Jaap kick)

BD – McCain 8 run (kick failed)

Fourth Quarter

SF – Thomas Kulinski 48 run (Jaap kick)

BD – Dejuan Beasley 35 cross from McCain (kick failed)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Speeding: Brown Deer – Beasley 7-25, McCain 11-7. Sheboygan Falls – Plier 12-97, Kulinski 3-44, Krauter 3-43.

Passing: Brown Deer – McCain 8-22-2-142. Sheboygan Falls – Nickolai 8-9-1-141.

Receiving: Brown Deer – Terry 4-61, Beasley 2-33, Jamarrion Partee 1-29. Sheboygan Falls – Krauter 3-47, Reid Federer 2-47, Ethan Vulhulst 1-20.

Plymouth 28, Sheboygan North 21

SHEBOYGAN – Marco Troka scored on a 5-yard landing cross within the third quarter to interrupt a 21-21 tie and carry the Panthers over the Golden Raiders.

Troka led Plymouth offensively with 140 yards speeding on 20 carries. Andru Miller had three cross receptions for 86 yards.

Sheboygan North was led by Max Tutas, who accomplished 7-of-14 passes for 124 yards.

Plymouth  7  14  7  0  –  28

Sheboygan North  6  15  0  0  –  21

SCORING PLAYS

First Quarter

P – Alex Ames 15 run (Owen Plate kick)

SN – Samuel Nienhuis 12 run (kick failed)

Second Quarter

P – Marco Troka 29 run (Plate kick)

P – Andru Miller 82 cross from Jordan Schmitt (Plate kick)

SN – Landon Schwaller 36 cross from Max Tutas (Nienhuis cross from Tutas)

SN – Security

SN – 80 cross from Tutas (Jacob Fox kick)

Third Quarter

P – Troka 5 cross from Schmitt (Plate kick)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Speeding: P – Troka 20-140, Ames 5-38. SN – Landon Schwaller 4438, Tutas 16-35, Samuel Nienhaus 7-25.

Passing: P – Schmitt 9-14-1-138. SN – Tutas 7-14-0-124.

Receiving: P – Miller 3-86, Troka 3-25. SN – Schwaller 2-50.

Two Rivers 54, Random Lake 0

TWO RIVERS – Justin Klinkner accomplished 13 of 18 passes for 339 yards and 4 touchdowns and scored a fifth on the bottom because the Purple Raiders constructed a 35-0 halftime lead and by no means appeared again.

Two Rivers added 116 yards on the bottom as Chase Mathias gained 63 yards on 10 carries and scored two TDs, whereas Parker Glandt added a landing cross.

The Purple Raiders’ protection held Random Lake to 80 complete yards.

Random Lake  0  0  0  0  –  0

Two Rivers  20  15  13  6  –  54

SCORING PLAYS

First Quarter

TR – Chase Mathias 21 run (Daniel Karlin kick)

TR – Austin Phillips 34 cross from Justin Klinkner (kick failed)

TR – Zander Popp 18 cross from Klinkner (Karlin kick)

Second Quarter

TR – Chase Matthias 55 cross from Klinkner (Mott cross from Klinker)

TR – Klinkner 2 run (Karlin kick)

Third Quarter

TR – Damien Gretz 13 cross from Klinkner (kick failed)

TR – Matthias 8 run (Karlin kick)

Fourth Quarter

TR – Chase Kellner 3 cross from Parker Glandt (kick failed)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Speeding: Two Rivers – Matthias 10-63, Klinkner 4-17.

Passing: Two Rivers – Klinkner 13-18-0-339, Parker Glandt 1-1-0-3.

Receiving: Two Rivers – Popp 4-93, Elijah Mott 3-44, Austin Phillips 2-68, Kellner 2-24, Brady Richards 1-45.

Roncalli 26, Manitowoc Lutheran 20

MANITOWOC – Brayden Reimer scored on an 8-yard run with 4 seconds remaining to carry the Jets, giving them their first win since Aug. 23, 2019.

Reimer ran for 227 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries to guide the Jets to the win.

Landon Chalupny accomplished 7 of 18 passes for 123 yards and two touchdowns for Roncalli.

Manitowoc Lutheran scored on two Brayden Bennett to Kaden Hagenow landing passes, one for 30 yards within the second quarter and a 4-yard TD connection within the fourth quarter to tie the sport at 20-20.

Kamden Baye added a 6-yard landing run for Manitowoc Lutheran. Baye ran for 114 yards on 22 carries.

Colby 43, Neillsville/Granton 8

COLBY – The Hornets scored 28 factors within the second quarter to take management within the win over Neillsville/Granton.

Caden Healy ran 23 instances for 110 yards and Mateo Lopez ran 14 instances for 43 yards for Colby.

Healy had a 1-yard landing run within the second quarter and a 2-yard TD run within the third quarter. Lopez caught a 15-yard landing cross and had a 2-yard TD run within the second quarter.

Tucker Meyer was 7-for-12 passing for 83 yards for Colby.

Neillsville/Granton scored on a 62-yard cross from Bryce Erickson to Braylon Boyer within the fourth quarter.

Black River Falls 27, Nekoosa 8

NEKOOSA – Evan Voss threw landing passes of 6, 38, 1 and 18 yards to guide the Tigers to the win over the Papermakers.

Black River Falls completed with 233 yards of complete offense in comparison with 181 for Nekoosa.

All however 15 of Nekoosa’s yards got here on the bottom.

Brandon Wintland caught a 15-yard landing cross from Eli Anderson for Nekoosa’s rating.

Black River Falls  14  7  6  0  –  27

Nekoosa  0  0  8  0  –  8

Saint Croix Central 53, Spencer/Columbus 21

HAMMOND – Saint Croix Central constructed a 21-point first-quarter lead and rolled in nonconference motion.

Isaac Muritz rushed for one rating and handed for one more to assist energy the Rockets. Sullivan Melander additionally rushed for a landing, ending with 80 yards speeding on 14 carries.

Quarterback Caden Wester led the way in which for the Panthers, speeding 17 instances for 188 yards and three touchdowns and throwing for one more on 2 of 5 passing for 41 yards.

Kyle Trainor added 94 yards and two touchdowns on simply three carries for Saint Croix Central.

Spencer/Columbus  0  7  14  0  –  21

Saint Croix Central  21  12  7  13  –  53

SCORING PLAYS

First Quarter

STCC – AJ Holmgren 2 run (Max Waters kick)

STCC – Mason Sullivan 44 cross from Caden Wester (Waters kick)

STCC – Kyle Trainor 37 run (Waters kick)

Second Quarter

SC – Sullivan Melander 5 run (Mac Konieczny kick)

STCC – Caden Wester 86 run (Kick failed)

STCC – Trainor 43 run (Kick blocked)

Third Quarter

SC – Isaac Mauritz 1 run (Konieczny kick)

STCC – Wester 8 run (Waters kick)

SC – Landon Behselich 65 cross from Mauritz (Konieczny kick)

Fourth Quarter

STCC – Wester 21 run (Waters kick)

STCC – Sam Fischer 1 run (Kick failed)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Speeding: Spencer/Columbus – Melander 14-80, Carter Luepke 6-74. Saint Croix Central – Wester 17-188, Trainor 3-94, Fischer 12-69.

Passing: Spencer/Columbus – Mauritz 2-11-1-71. Saint Croix Central – Wester 2-5-1-41.

Receiving: Spencer/Columbus – Behselich 1-65, Luepke 1-6. Saint Croix Central – Sullivan 1-44.

Xavier 7, Denmark 6

APPLETON – Reed Hietpas scored on a 5-yard landing run and the additional level conversion was sufficient for the Hawks to carry off Denmark.

Xavier completed with 159 yards speeding. Quarterback Nate Twombly had 80 yards and Hietpas added 44. The Hawks protection restricted Denmark to only 23 yards speeding.

The Vikings’ lone rating got here on a 49-yard landing cross from Lucas Miller to Simon Alexander.

The sport was tied 0-0 at halftime.

GIRLS SWIMMING

SPASH Triangular

STEVENS POINT 142, GREEN BAY UNITED 88, NEENAH 76

200 Medley R: 1, SPASH (Klare Pilger, Sophie Johnston, Jenna Breitbach, Jocelyn Trzebiatowski) 1:52.00; 2, SPASH (Eloise Cooper, Isabella Hoff, Claire Swiecki, Kaia Barrett) 2:01.10. 200 Free: 1, Klare Pilger SP 2:02.59; 2, Jocelyn Trzebiatowski SP 2:09.30. 200 IM: 1, Ivana Neverman GB 2:14.21; 2, Emma Bottensek N 2:23.62. 50 Free: 1, Anna Mulroy N :27.00; 2, Lily Awe GB :27.02. 100 Fly: 1, Jenna Breitbach SP 1:02.33; 2, Lily Awe GB 1:05.11. 100 Free: 1, Naomi Cortina N :57.63; 2, Claire Sieber GB :57.85. 500 Free: 1, Ivana Neverman GB 5:35.07; 2, Jocelyn Trzebiatowski SP 5:52.40. 200 Free R: 1, Inexperienced Bay United (Claire Sieber, Lily Awe, Claire Schlaefer, Ivana Neverman) 1:48.14; 2, Stevens Level (Eloise Cooper, Madelen Nordin, Claire Swiecki, Kaia Barrett) 1:51.06. 100 Again: 1, Klare Pilger SP 1:00.15; 2, Emma Bottensek N 1:02.95. 100 Breast: 1, Jenna Breitbach SP 1:10.02; 2, Sophie Johnston SP 1:13.94. 400 Free: 1, SPASH (Jocelyn Trzebiatowski, Jenna Breitbach, Sophie Johnston, Klare Pilger) 3:48.73; 2, Inexperienced Bay United (Ivana Neverman, Lily Awe, Claire Schlaefer, Claire Sieber) 3:51.63.

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Author: Nathan Parker