St. Mary’s Springs 14, Amherst 13
The St. Mary’s Springs defense turned in the game-winning two-point conversion stop about midway through the fourth quarter to seal the win over Amherst. Clay Schuffner paced the Ledgers with 88 yards on 15 carries, while Marcus Glodowski added 80 yards on the ground and 84 through the air.
Shawano 35, Waupaca 34
Shawano quarterback Jarrett Laatsch scored five rushing touchdowns, accounting for all of the Hawks scoring in a 35-34 win over Waupaca. The Comets missed the game tying extra point in the fourth quarter.
West De Pere 42, New London 14
The Bulldogs hung tough for a while, but West De Pere tallied 35 unanswered points to down New London. Austin Beaumier had another great night on the ground, scoring three touchdowns on 28 carries for 224 yards. Freshman quarterback Josh Blount added 128 yards on the ground on 21 attempts. New London made it close in the second quarter, cutting the deficit to just a touchdown by halftime. Jack Noffke punched one in from a yard out, while Brayden Kurth intercepted his second pass of the season. He took it to the house 38 yards. Noffke completed 11-of-19 passes for 99 yards. Makaio Harn led the ground game with 48 yards.
Xavier 49, Green Bay East 14
Freedom 48, Clintonville 0
Freedom scored all of their points in the first half and cruised past Clintonville 48-0. The Truckers were held to 25 yards of offense. The Irish started the game with a spark as Dakota Brockman returned the opening kickoff for a score and also returned an interception for a score. Freedom used a balanced offensive attack against the Truckers. Jordan Cassiani rushed for 136 yards on 6 carries. Bailey Tate led Clintonville with 24 yards.
Fox Valley Lutheran 27, Luxemburg-Casco 14
Zayne Rodencal carried the Fox Valley Lutheran Foxes to a 2-0 start with another strong performance. The Senior running back rushed for 370 yards and scored three times in a 27-14 win over Luxemburg-Casco. The loss was the first conference loss for the Spartans in a while, after going unbeaten in Conference last year. Rodencal scored on the second play from scrimmage on a 58-yard run and added touchdown runs of 22 yards and 27 yards.
Little Chute 48, Oconto Falls 6
Little Chute put on a strong offensive attack to top Oconto Falls 48-6. The Panthers scored their first touchdown of the season on a 35 yard touchdown pass from Dakota Carriveau to Kade Brabant in the first quarter to cut the Mustangs lead down to 14-6. Connor Mara threw four first half touchdown passes to four different receivers. Thomas Mayefski caught two touchdown passes on the night. Oconto Falls ground game was held silent with 1 total yard rushing. Charlie Hietpas led Little Chute with 131 yards rushing. The Mustangs had 484 yards off offense.
Wrightstown 41, Denmark 7
Brayden Smith rushed for 128 yards on 12 carries to help Wrightstown cruise by Denmark for the conferece win. Wrightstown rushed for a total of 48 7 yards as a team. James Hansen tossed 7-of-8 passes for 80 yards, four completions went to Smith. Denmark’s only touchdown was from Brandon Wavrunek. The touchdown was for 72 of his 93 yards.
Bonduel 45, Peshtigo 20
There was no slowing down Bonduel’s Eli Mastey, who pounded the ball 13 times for 178 yards and two touchdowns. His touchdown runs cam from 17 and 69 yards out. The Bears raced out to a 19-point lead before Peshtigo got on the board. Jordan Boldt and Jacob Banker each added touchdown scores for Bonduel. Parker Bohm completed 8-of-10 passes for 83 yards. Boldt led all receivers with three catches for 40 yards.
Auburndale 38, Manawa 13
Manawa led 7-0 heading into halftime, but Auburndale came out firing in the second half, scoring all 34 of their points. The Wolves were led by Seth Forbes, who had 82 yards and a touchdown. Issac Ratliff caught two passes for 62 yards and a touchdown.
Shiocton 44, Rosholt 0
The Chiefs jumped out to an early 28-0 first quarter lead on scores from four different players. They never looked back in their shutout win, scoring all of their points before the half. Shiocton combined for 163 yards rushing and 48 through the air. Matt Peterson paced the team, scoring twice in the second quarter and adding a 70-yard punt return in the first. He finished with 44 yards rushing.
Iola-Scandinavia 54, Marathon 34
Bryce Huettner tallied a career-best 326 yards rushing on 28 rushes, scoring four touchdowns. He had scores from 27, 15, 54 and 79 yards out to power the Thunderbirds past non-conference Marathon. Quarterback Connor Kuki added touchdown scores from 9 and 15 yards out, while tossing an 8-yard touchdown pass to Ben Cady. Kurki finished 4-of-7 for 52 yards. Marathon quarterback Donavon Free threw 15-of-24 for 224 yards and two touchdowns through the air. Nathan Stoffel caught 11 passes for 169 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Kaukauna 26, Hortonville 20
Cole Hurst had a 90 yard kickoff return for a game winning touchdown for Kaukauna. Hurts scored with 2:23 remaining to give the Ghosts a 26-20 lead and win over Hortonville. The Polar Bears scored first with a Cole Hyde touchdown run and a 19 yard field goal to lead 10-0 after the first. Kaukauna scored 13 unanswered points and was last to score. Hyde rushed for 164 yards to lead Hortonville.
Appleton East 28, Oshkosh North 14
Appleton East improved to 2-0 with a 28-14 win over Oshkosh North. The Spartans took a 7-0 lead on an interception return, but the Patriots scored the next three touchdowns to lead 21-7. Appleton East put the game out of reach early in the second half with a 10 yard touchdown run by Kevin Thao.
Appleton North 35, Neenah 14
Appleton North got a big spark from Will Stewart, as the Lightening topped Neenah 35-14. North jumped out 21-0 before Neenah started a comeback. In the end, Stewart had 254 yards and five scores for the Lightening. The running back had fourth quarter touchdown runs of 44 yards and 77 yards to end his night.
Kimberly 42, Wisconsin Rapids 28
Kimberly took over in the second quarter, outscoring Wisconsin Rapids 14-0, and cruised to a 42-28 win. DJ Stewart had three touchdowns and rushed for 259 yards. Kimberly scored in each of the four quarters.
Crivitz 42, Coleman 14
Jacob Zeitler managed 110 yards on just six carries, thanks in part to an 80-yard touchdown scamper. Crivitz’s Jakob Voss tallied 158 yards and three touchdowns on 20 attempts.
Newman Catholic 53, Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas 0
Newman raced out to a 39-0 lead at halftime and never looked back.
Brillion 35, Weyauwega-Fremont 6
Brillion ran all over Weyauwega-Fremont for a 36-6 win. Weyauwega-Fremont’s only touchdown was in the fourth quarter on a Brandon Scheer 20 yard run. Scheer finished with 116 yards.
Wild Rose 27, Fall River 13
Pacelli 41, Aquinas 16
Menasha 21, Kingsford, MI 14
Pittsville 27, Rib Lake/Prentice 26
Almond-Bancroft 20, Rio 6
Suring 38, Tri-County 22
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 30, Crandon 20
Appleton West 27, Marshfield 16
Fond Du Lac 38, D.C. Everest 7
Oshkosh West 31, Wausau West 28
Oneida 46, Bowler/Gresham 26
Notre Dame 17, Ashwaubenon 14 (OT)
The Tritons took down Ashwaubenon on an overtime thriller, capped off by a game-winning 42-yard field goal by first-year placekicker Andrew Greusen. The Jaguars managed only 84 yards of total offense in the first half, punting on all five of their possessions. Trailing by 14 with less than four minutes to go, Ashwaubenon staged a comeback. They scored a touchdown by Alex Stanko, but failed the PAT. After holding Notre Dame to a punt, Ashwaubenon converted a fourth-and-19 and capped the tying drive off with a 15-yard touchdown to Stanko with only 26 seconds. But in the overtime, Ashwaubenon missed a 32-yard field goal attempt on the opening possession, which set up Greusen’s heroics.
Pulaski 55, Sheboygan North 0 (Thur.)
Dylan Hendricks scored three touchdowns and rushed for 178 yards to lead Pulaski to a 55-0 win over Sheboygan North. Pulaski put the game away with 21 points in the third quarter.
Bay Port 62, Sheyboygan South 6 (Thur.)
Green Bay Preble 31, Manitowoc 26 (Thur.)
Green Bay Southwest 20, De Pere 0 (Thur.)