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SOCCER

DE PERE 17, PULASKI 14

PULASKI – Jack May amassed 116 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns to get the Redbirds past the Red Raiders.

May’s first score came in the first quarter on a 68-yard run. His second score came in the second quarter after a 52-yard pass from Gabe Herman.

Jack Jorgensen’s 39-yard field goal in the fourth quarter secured De Pere the win.

Maverick Cole led the Pulaski rushers by 89 yards.

De Pere 7 7 0 3 – 17

Pulaski 0 7 7 0-14

SCORING GAMES

First quarter

DP – Jack May 68 is running (Jack Jorgensen Kick)

Second quarter

DP – May 52 Pass by Gabe Herman (Jorgensen-Kick)

P – Jacob Doxtater 31 pass by Derek Block (Will Steeno Kick)

Third quarter

P – Aaron Maroszek 21 run (Steeno Kick)

Fourth quarter

DP – Jack Jorgensen 39 field goal

SINGLE LEADERS

Rushing – De Pere: 1-68 May, Devin Koskey 15-50. Pulaski: Maverick Cole 18-89, Maroszek 13-50.

Over – De Pere: Herman 8-13-1-104. Pulaski: Block 2-5-0-37.

Received – De Pere: 2. – 48. Mai, Noah Gehin 3-42. Pulaski: Doxtater 1-31.

BAY PORT 42, GREEN BAY SOUTHWEST 6

GREEN BAY – On their way to defeating the Trojans, the Pirates were 35-0 ahead at halftime.

Cole Bensen made a total of three touchdowns to lead Bay Port. He completed 7-out-of-10 passes for 114 yards and one touchdown while adding 86 rushing yards and two ground touchdowns.

Sam Barry was Bensen’s top target, catching seven passes for 119 yards and one touchdown.

Blake Buchinger stormed for 78 yards and two touchdowns for Bay Port.

Mason Meyer threw Connor Pytleski a 10-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to prevent the shutout for Green Bay Southwest.

Bay port 14 21 7 0 – 42

Green Bay Southwest 0 0 0 6 – 6

SCORING GAMES

First quarter

BP – Cole Bensen 12 run (Nicholas Fitt Kick)

BP – Blake Buchinger 8-run (Fitt-Kick)

Second quarter

BP – Bensen 51 run (Fitt Kick)

BP – Tevyn Montgomery 6 run (Fitt-Kick)

BP – Sam Barry 35 Pass by Bensen (Fitt-Kick)

Third quarter

BP – Buchinger 9-Lauf (Fit-Kick)

Fourth quarter

GBSW – Connor Pytleski 10 pass from Mason Meyer

SINGLE LEADERS

Rushing – Bay Port: Bensen 8-86, Buchinger 10-78. Green Bay southwest: Croix Zacharias 17-60.

Drive past – Bay Port: Bensen 7-10-0-114. Green Bay Southwest: Meyer 6-17-0-58.

Receiving – Bay Port: Barry 7-119. Green Bay Southwest: Pytleski 4-43.

WEST DE PERE 41, GREEN BAY PREBLE 0

GREEN BAY – Duke Shovald passed for 397 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Phantoms to victory.

Shovald completed 19 of 24 passes and threw no interception.

Najeh Mitchell caught five passes for 145 yards and one touchdown. Langdon Nordgaard added four catches for 146 yards and one touchdown, and Ryder Lesage had five catches for 58 yards and a TD.

Mitchell and Shovald also had touchdown runs.

West De Pere 7 13 14 7-41

Green Bay Preble 0 0 0 0 – 0

LUXEMBURG-CASCO 28, FREEDOM 10

FREEDOM – The Spartans scored a touchdown in each quarter to seal the North Eastern Conference victory over the Irish.

Owen Deprez and Isaac VandenBush drove the Luxemburg-Casco offensive with two lavish touchdowns each. VandenBush ran for 178 yards and Deprez added 41 yards.

Jamison Rudie scored with Blake Kortz on a 47-yard touchdown pass, Freedom’s only touchdown in the game.

Luxembourg-Casco 7 7 7 7 – 28

Freedom 0 3 7 0 – 10

First quarter

LC – Isaac VandenBush 1 run (John Larson Kick)

Second quarter

LC – Owen Deprez 11 run (Larson Kick)

F – Owen Van Camp 35 field goal

Third quarter

F – Jamison Rudie 47 Pass by Blake Kortz (VanCamp-Kick)

LC – VandenBush 10 run (Larson kick)

Fourth quarter

LC – Deprez 5 run (Larson kick)

SINGLE LEADERS

Rushing – Luxemburg-Casco: VandenBush 30-178, Deprez 13-41. Freedom: Carter Kriewaldt 19-71.

Passing by – Luxemburg-Casco: Deprez 6-11-0-77. Freedom: Jamison Rudie 4-11-1-73.

Receiving – Luxemburg-Casco: Max Ronsman 1-30. Freedom: Blake Kortz 1-47.

WRIGHTSTOWN 35, KINGSFORD, ME. 0

WRIGHTSTOWN – The Tigers built a 28-0 half-time lead and scored a win over Kingsford.

Hunter Bartoszek led Wrightstown with three dazzling touchdowns. Isaiah Pennenberg was the leading rusher at 98 yards, while Jacob Van Zeeland added 61 rushing yards for the Tigers. Pennenberg added 62 reception areas to two receptions.

Kingsford 0 0 0 0 – 0

Wrightstown 7 21 7 0-35

SCORING GAMES

First quarter

W – Hunter Bartoszek 2 run (Michael Buntin Kick)

Second quarter

W – Jacob Van Zeeland 2 run (Buntin Kick)

W – Bartoszek 31 run (Buntin Kick)

W – Isaiah Pennenberg 3 run (Buntin Kick)

Third quarter

W – Bartoszek 4 run (Buntin Kick)

SINGLE LEADERS

Rushing – Wrightstown: Pennenberg 20-98, Van Zeeland 13-62, Bartoszek 7-41. Kingsford: Michael Meneguzzo 9-38.

Over – Wrightstown: Eli Nelson 6-7-0-114. Kingsford: Meneguzzo 2-16-1-22.

Received – Wrightstown: Pennenberg 2-64. Kingsford: Zach Person 1-13.

SHEBOYGAN NORTH 63, GREEN BAY EAST 0

GREEN BAY – The Golden Raiders kept the Red Devils on 20 yards offensive, forced three turnovers and scored victory with both a punt and an interception return.

Maxwell Tutas passed for 71 yards and rushed for 43 to lead Sheboygan North.

Sheboygan North 7 35 14 7-63

Green Bay East 0 0 0 0 – 0

SCORING GAMES

First quarter

SN – Maxwell Tutas 50 Punt Return (Jacob Fox Kick)

Second quarter

SN – Lawton Weber 36 Pass by Tutas (Fox Kick)

SN – Tutas 1 run (Fox Kick)

SN – Kvontrey Jackson Interception Return (Fox Kick)

SN – Isaac Laws 14 run (Fox Kick)

SN – Tutas 26 run (Zach Bridges Kick)

Third quarter

SN – Samuel Nienhuis 13 run (Fox Kick)

SN – Tutas 8 run (Fox Kick)

Fourth quarter

SN – Landon Schwaller 32 Pass by Fox (Fox Kick)

SINGLE LEADERS

Noise – SN: Tutas 6-43, Nienhuis 4-39. GBE: Isiah Lyons 14-27.

Passing – SN: Tutas 2-4-0-71, Fox 3-3-0-54. GBE: Evan Chanthadouangsy 0-8-1-0.

Receiving – SN: Schwaller 2-39, Weber 1-36, Nienhuis 1-35.

CRIVITZ 49, MENOMINEE INDIAN 14

CRIVITZ – Tegan Werner stormed for 124 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Wolverines to victory over the Eagles.

Werner’s scores were on runs of 25, 1, 26 and 58 yards.

Eli Gruszynski had an interception return for a touchdown for Crivitz.

Andre Corn scored both Menominee Indian touchdowns. His first was an 86 yard kickoff return and his second was a 3 yard run.

Menominee Indian 14 0 0 0 – 14

Krivitz 22 27 0 0 – 49

SCORING GAMES

First quarter

MI – Andre Corn 86 Kickoff Return (Tate Zhuckkahosee Kick)

C – Tegan Werner 25 run (Caleb Allard Kick)

MI – Andre Corn 3 run (Zhuckkahosee-Kick)

C – Werner 1 run (Devin Bieber Pass from Cashton Mertens)

C – Werner 26-Lauf (Allard-Kick)

Second quarter

C – Sean Christensen 73 Pass from Mertens (Allard-Kick)

C – Chad Schroeder 9-run (Allard-Kick)

C – Werner 58 run (kick failed)

C – Eli Gruszynski Interception Return (Allard Kick)

SINGLE LEADERS

Rushing – Crivitz: Werner 6-124, Mertens 7-56, Dillan Gehm 10-56, Kaden Klaver 1-51. Menominee Indians: Bryce Dixon 4-31.

Passing game – Crivitz: Mertens 1-3-0-73. Menominee Indians: Corn 19-41-3-200.

Received – Crivitz: Christensen 1-73. Menominee Indians: Allen Smith 4-67.

FLORENCE 44, WAUSAUKEE 16

WAUSAUKEE – The Bobcats scored 22 points in the fourth quarter, sealing the victory against the Rangers.

Will Kelley and Evan Johnson led Florence’s high-octane offensive. Kelley passed for 104 yards and fell for 106 yards and three touchdowns. Johnson amassed 148 yards and two dazzling touchdowns. Johnson scored on runs of 57 and 31 yards.

Kamden Stumbris passed for 170 yards and one touchdown and fell for 78 yards and one touchdown to lead the Wausaukee offense.

Florence 8 8 6 22 – 44

Wausaukee 8 0 0 8-16

SCORING GAMES

First quarter

F – Will Kelley 10 run (Evan Johnson run)

W – Nathan Shaw 9-Pass by Kamden Stumbris (Stumbris-Lauf)

Second quarter

F – Kelley 4 barrel (Kelley barrel)

Third quarter

F – Kelley 19 run (run failed)

Fourth quarter

W – Stumbris 61 (Ethan Phillips Pass from Stumbris)

F – Evan Johnson 57 run (Kelley run)

F – Johnson 31 run (Logan Schuls run)

F – Schuls 20 run (run failed)

SINGLE LEADERS

Rauschen – Wausaukee: Kamden Stumbris 19-78. Florence: Evan Johnson 18-148, Will Kelley 21-106.

Over – Wausaukee: Stumbris 15-30-0-170. Florence: Kelley 8-16-0-104.

Received – Wausaukee: Nathan Shaw 8-71. Florence: Johnson 4-56.

ATHENS 60, GILLETT 14

GILLETT – The Bluejays made big moves in their victory over the Tigers, receiving touchdown runs of 55, 57, 63 and 43 yards.

Cooper Diedrich and Caleb Borchardt together stormed 214 yards on six carries for Athens.

Gillett was led by Noah Anker with 50 yards on seven carries.

Athens 24 22 8 6 – 60

Gillett 0 0 0 14-14

SCORING GAMES

First quarter

A – Caleb Borchardt 16 run (Kyler Ellenbecker Pass from Cooper Diedrich)

A – Diedrich 55-Lauf (Aiden-Janke-Pass from Diedrich)

A – Diedrich 70 Punt Return (Borchardt run)

Second quarter

A – Diedrich 57 run (Borchardt run)

A – Borchardt 63 run (extra point failed)

A – Janke 2 Pass von Diedrich (Kody Lepak Pass von Diedrich)

Third quarter

A- Diedrich 85 Kickoff Return (Borchardt run)

Fourth quarter

G – Ben Matczek 22 pass from Jesse DeBauch (extra point failed)

A – Ellenbecker 43 run (extra point failed)

G – Thayne Bielland 5 Pass from DeBauch (DeBauch-Lauf)

SINGLE LEADERS

Rushing – Athens: Cooper Diedrich 2-112, Kyler Ellenbecker 4-61, Caleb Borchardt 4-102. Gillett: Noah Anker 7-50.

Over – Athens: Diedrich 1-2-0-26. Gillett: DeBauch 6-12-1-50.

Received – Athens: Janke 1-26. Gillett: Matczek 3-31, Bielland 2-13.

Varsity High School coaches or their statisticians should email the results to [email protected]

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