Xavier and Menasha Among Teams Now Playoff Eligible
Xavier 36, New London 14
The Bay Conference leading passer Hunter Plamann had one of his best games of the year with 356 passing yards and 100 rushing yards to lead Xavier to a 36-14 win over New London. The Hawks are eligible for the playoffs. Plamann got the scoring started with a 5 yard touchdown run and later in the quarter, punched in a one yard run and tossed an 87 yard touchdown. Jack Noffke hooked up with Brayden Kurth twice in the first quarter as Xavier led 22-14. The Hawks scored twice more to put the game away. Noffke threw for 135 yards and Makaio Harn rushed for 135 to lead the Bulldogs.
West De Pere 13, Seymour 6
West De Pere won a defensive battle with Seymour 13-6. Seymour opened the scoring with a 12 yard run by Hunter Clark. West De Pere scored both of their touchdowns in the second quarter on an Austin Beaumier run and Josh Blount pass to Cal Jansen.
Waupaca 28, Green Bay East 0
Brenden Canterbury scored two rushing touchdowns in the first quarter, sending Waupaca past Green Bay East 28-0. As a team, the Comets rushed for 259 yards.
Menasha 42, Green Bay West 0
Menasha’s Tyler Roehl scored twice to help lead Menasha to a 42-0 shutout of Green Bay West. Alex Zeinert and Cole Popp both threw touchdowns passes. The win sends Menasha to the playoffs.
Shawano 35, Denmark 14
Shawano kept the ball on the ground, scoring five rushing touchdowns in a 35-14 non-conference win over Denmark. Jarrett Laatsch kept his running season going with three more rushing touchdowns. Roman Purull scored the other two. The Hawks had 294 rushing yards as a team.
CENTRAL WISCONSIN- LARGE
Bonduel 32, Shiocton 14
Bonduel kept the ball on the ground, scoring five rushing touchdowns in a 32-14 win over Shiocton. Eli Masty got the scoring going with a 5 yard run and Jordan Boldt followed with the next two touchdowns, giving Bonduel a 20-o lead at the half. Jacob Banker and Riddick Bohm both found the endzone in the in the second half. Shiocton threw the ball 21 times and twice resulted in a touchdown. Sam Bloch tossed two bombs to James VerVoort for scores of 46 yards and 81 yards to put the Chiefs on the board. Bloch finished with 196 passing yards with 140 of them going to VerVoort. Eli Masty led the Bears on the ground with 155 yards.
Amherst 62, Manawa 0
Josh Rieck rushed for three first half touchdowns. Quarterback Marcus Glodowski threw four touchdown passes in the win. Manawa was held to 39 rushing yards.
Iola-Scandinavia 47, Pacelli 14
Iola-Scandinavia scored the first four touchdowns of the game. Connor Kurki rushed for two touchdowns and passed for one in the first half to give the T-Birds a 47-14 win over Pacelli. Pacelli scored once in the third and once in the fourth. Carter Kurki ended up with two touchdowns to help Iola. Bryce Huettner did most of the work on the ground, rushing for 249 yards.
Wittenberg-Birnamwood 36, Weyauwega-Fremont 0
CENTRAL WISCONSIN- SMALL
Pittsville 78, Marion/Tigerton 0
Pittsvile wasted no time, scoring 44 points in the first quarter, rolling Marion/Tigerton 78-0, clinching a playoff spot.
Wild Rose 63, Tri-County 0
Tri-County was held to 21 yards of offense, falling to Wild Rose 63-0. The Wildcats had 442 offensive yards and the defense came away with four interceptions.
Almond-Bancroft 39, Rosholt 7
FOX RIVER CLASSIC
Bay Port 35, Notre Dame 21
Bay Port came from behind to beat Notre Dame in a battle of the ranked unbeaten 35-21. The Tritons opened the scoring with a 32 yard touchdown pass from Wes Glime to Michael Gregorie. The Pirates answered with a touchdown run to tie the game 7-7 after the first. Notre Dame scored twice in the second quarter to take a 21-14 lead after Isaac Krause rattled off an 80 yard run for Bay Port. Krause followed with a 15 yard run to tie the game. Bay Port scored the final two touchdowns to hand the Triton’s their first loss. Krause rushed for 213 yards and passed for 115 yards.
Pulaski 34, De Pere 7
Pulaski scored 22 points in the second quarter, putting De Pere away 34-7. The Red Raiders scored 34 unanswered points after De Pere opened the game with a 1 yard run by Nate Baranek. Pulaski settled in as Brock Gracyalny, Dylan Hendricks and Dustin Graf all scored touchdown runs in the second quarter. A punt return by Logan Lom put the game out of reach for Pulaski. Hendricks completed his 159 yard rushing day with a second touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Green Bay Preble 57, Sheboygan North 7
Henry Geil propelled Green Bay Preble to the postseason with a 4 touchdown, 273 yard performance in the Hornets 57-7 win over Sheboygan North.
Green Bay Southwest 42, Sheboygan South 7
Green Bay Southwest stayed perfect on the season with a 42-7 win over Sheboygan South. Joshua Komis scored four times and rushed for 160 yards in the win.
Ashwaubenon 42, Manitowoc 21
Coleman 44, Algoma 19
Kewaunee 34, Sturgeon Bay 16
Oconto 35, Peshtigo 14
Crivitz 37, Suring 18
Crivitz scored 19 points in the second quarter to top Suring 37-18. The Eagles scored on touchdown runs by Cody Smith and Logan Stuart.
Little Chute 21, Fox Valley Lutheran 20
A strong first half led Little Chute past Fox Valley Lutheran 21-14. The Mustangs scored on a long touchdown pass to Charlie Hietpas and a 55-yard interception return by Bryce Schumacher. Zayne
Luxemburg-Casco 22, Freedom 19
Luxemburg-Casco scored 22 unanswered points to top Freedom 22-19. Freedom had a chance for a game winning drive, but turned the ball over on downs. Nathan Coisman scored all three of Luxemburg-Casco’s touchdowns on the ground. Caden Hofacker scored twice for Freedom, once on a pass and once on a run.
Marinette 49, Clintonville 0
Sam Drees scored three times, leading Marinette to a 49-0 win over Clintonville. The Truckers were led by Kyle Finger who rushed for 20 yards and had 69 passing yards.
Wrightstown 42, Oconto Falls 0
Braydon Smith scored on a punt return and a touchdown reception to jump start Wrightstown to a42-0 win over Oconto Falls. The Tigers led 21-0 at the end of the first and 35-0 at the break. Dakota Carriveau rushed for 20 yards and tossed 71 on the night.
VALLEY FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
Appleton West 31, Appleton East 7
Appleton West scored the first three touchdowns of the game, and went on to beat rival Appleton East 31-7. The Patriots did not score until the third quarter.
Appleton North 33, Kaukauna 0
Appleton North used a 21-0 first quarter lead, and rolled to a 33-0 win over Kaukauna. Will Stewart had 172 yards rushing with three touchdowns to lead the offense.
Fond Du Lac 56, Oshkosh North 0
Oshkosh West 49, Hortonville 35
Wisconsin Rapids 28, Marshfield 21
Stevens Point 54, Wausau West 20
Kimberly 15, Neenah 8
Neenah offered Kimberly a battle, but a late touchdown gave Kimberly the 15-8 win. D.J Stewart scored on a short run to open the game, and again in the fourth quarter to take the lead. Stewart ended the game with 181 yards rushing.
Sevastopol 71, Menominee Indian 14
The Sevastopol Pioneers put on a scoring clinic with a 71-14 win over Menominee Indian. Quarterback Jacob Welsing threw three touchdowns and Running Back Hunter Evenson scored two touchdowns. Menominee Indian scored twice through the air. Mashaen Waukau tossed a 48 yarder to Jarin Reiter and Norman Kakwitch found Warren Wilber for a 56 yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter.
Wausaukee 52, Lena/STAA 16