Shawano 56, Green Bay East 21
Shawnao quarterback Jarrett Laatsch rushed for five touchdowns for a second straight week as Shawano kept the ball on the ground and rushed for 291 yards in a 56-21 win. Brayden Dickleman led the way with 121 yards, Roman Purull had 101 yards and Jarrett Laatsch had 69 yards on 15 carries, with five going for touchdowns. Dickleman had an 82 yard touchdown run on the Hawks first play from scrimmage. Jarrett Laatsch rushed for three touchdowns in the first half as Shawano took a 35-0 lead before Green Bay East scored. Nicholas Grignon returned a fumble for a touchdown and Laatsch punched in his fourth touchdown of the game in the third quarter. East scored two touchdowns to cut the lead in half before Laatsch put the game out of reach with a Laatch’s final touchdown.
New London 35, Waupaca 14
Parker Fermanich set a school record with 223 receiving yards in a 35-14 New London win over Waupaca. Fermanich scored three receiving touchdowns in the win. It was his first game back from injury.
West De Pere 49, Green Bay West 0
Austin Beaumier and Josh Blount scored a combined six touchdowns, as West De Pere kept the ball on the ground for a 49-0 win over Green Bay West. Beaumier had 159 yards rushing to lead the offense.
Menasha 50, Xavier 8
Amherst 36, Shiocton 0
Shiocton’s offense struggled against perennial powerhouse Amherst, unable to come away with any points. The Chiefs tallied only two first downs in the game and totaled just 75 yards offensively. Meanwhile Amherst had no problem moving the ball up and down the field, finishing with 399 yards of total offense. Marcus Glodowski ran for 110 yards on four carries and threw 10-of-20 for 98 yards and a score for Amherst. Shiocton’s leading rusher was Reis Stingle, who had 14 yards on seven carries.
Iola-Scandinavia 43, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 8
Bryce Huettner ran for 205 yards and three touchdowns to power the Thunderbird offense over Wittenberg-Birnamwood. Carter Kurki rushed for 77 yards and scored twice on the ground, while Connor Kurki took an interception 95 yards to the house. The Chargers were led by Dylan Sprague, who had 77 yards rushing. Dalton Zeinert chipped in 68.
Bonduel 65, Weyauwega-Fremont 13
The Bears continue to roll and have jumped out to a 3-0 record to start the year. Friday night they relied again on their stout rushing attack. Jacob Banker led the team with 229 yards on 10 carries, while Jordan Boldt and Eli Masty contributed heavily. The three combined for five touchdowns. Parker Bohm was 5-of-8 passing for 92 yards and two touchdowns, both going to Isaac Garside.
Pacelli 42, Manawa 6
Four different players found the endzone in the first half for Pacelli, who took a 26-0 lead into halftime. That would prove to be enough for the conference win. Anthony Kitowski scored the only touchdown for the Wolves on a 21-yard touchdown reception. Garrett Bristol led Manawa’s ground game with 57 yards on 14 carries. Mason Wiesner tossed 4-of-10 passes for 41 yards.
Wild Rose 36, Almond-Bancroft 0
Pittsville 53, Rosholt 7
North Eastern Conference
Denmark 41, Clintonville 0
In a battle of winless teams, it was Denmark coming out on top over Clintonville. The Vikings scored one touchdown in each of the first three quarters and broke it open with 20 points in the fourth. Brandon Wavrunek totaled 145 yards on the ground, including an 82-yard touchdown run. Gabe Wertel added 128 yards rushing. Kyle Finger had 55 yards rushing. He was 9-of-22 passing for 66 yards.
Fox Valley Lutheran 16, Freedom 14
Freedom’s comeback attempt came up short after spotting Fox Valley Lutheran to a 16-0 lead. The Foxes iced the game away with a 15-play fourth quarter drive that controlled the clock after watching their lead dwindle to two points. Zayne Rodencal, the game’s leading rusher, totaled 192 yards on 38 carries, punching in a score from three yards out. Jakob Ulman caught a 23-yard touchdown pass from Drew Reader to give the Foxes a 16-point cushion. In the second half, Freedom’s Matt Verhasselt found Caden Hofacker for a 45-yard score. The two connected again in the fourth quarter with a big 66-yard strike, but it wouldn’t be enough. Verhasselt finished with 186 yards through the air. Hofacker caught three balls for 118 yards. Dakota Brockman was the team’s leading rusher with 44 yards.
Luxemburg-Casco 20, Little Chute 7
Marinette 39, Oconto Falls 9
Oconto Falls scored their only points on a touchdown pass and a field goal, falling to Marinette 39-9. Cliff Yuma caught a touchdown pass in the third quarter.
Appleton West 47, Wausau West 14
Appleton West scored 21 points in the second quarter, and rolled to a 47-14 win over Wausau West. The Terrors were led by Patrick Ourada, who scored three times in the second quarter.
Fond Du Lac 35, Appleton North 21
Jack Cole tossed four touchdowns to help lead Fond Du Lac over Appleton North 53-21.
Kimberly 28, Stevens Point 18
Hortonville 22, Marshfield 14
A late touchdown and late field goal gave Hortonville a 22-14 win over Marshfield. The Polar Bears were down 14-13 before Cole Hyde found Jose Concepcion for a touchdown, giving Hortonvile a 19-14 lead. Hyde had two touchdown passes on the day. Kole Ellenbecker had 125 receiving yards and led the team in rushing.
Neenah 48, Appleton East 7
Wisconsin Rapids 48, Oshkosh North 7
Oshkosh West 27, D.C. Everest 20
Wrightstown 28, Seymour 14
Seymour suffered their first loss of the season to non-conference Wrighstown. The Thunder defense had difficulty stopping Tiger running back Braydon Smith, who tallied 150 yards on 20 attempts to go along with two touchdowns. Andrew Pelishek and Jacob Klister also had rushing scores for Wrightstown. Seymour’s scores came from Hunter Clark and Jamison Sassman. It was Sassman leading the way with 47 yards on the ground. Quarterback Devin VerVoort completed 7-of-12 passes for 143 yards and had two picks.
Menominee, MI 41, Kaukauna 33
Kaukauna fell in the non-conference contest, unable to slow down the Menominee rushing attack. Ethan Mileski ran for 159 yards, while Jacob Rivard added 155 yards and five scores. The Ghosts were led by quarterback Noah Van Asten, who threw for 278 yards, three touchdowns and one rushing.
Marion Tigerton over Port Edwards (Forfeit)