High School Football Preview – Week 7

Friday, November 6th

 

Palmyra-Eagle (2-4) @ Markesan (1-4) – 7pm

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Markesan picked up their first win of the season last week with a 68-7 triumph over Dodgeland.  After giving up a score on the opening play of the game, Caleb Stoll returned the ensuing kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown as the hornets ran off 68 straight points.  Markesan scored 52 points in the first half.  Palmyra-Eagle looks to end the regular season on a two game win streak after knocking off Pardeeville 31-6 last week.  PE’s solid ground attack is led by Levi Musselman who’s run for 591 yards and 7 TDs.  Ryan Carpenter has chipped in 301 yards on the ground and 4 TDs.

 

Watertown Luther Prep (3-2) @ Randolph (5-1) – 7pm

Randolph looks to pick up their sixth win of the season tonight in the regular season finale.  The Rockets thumped Fall River/Rio 41-6 last Friday night in a game.  Matt Dykstra ran for a TD and caught another score as five different Randolph players found the end zone.  Zach Paul leads the Rockets in rushing with 639 yards and eight touchdowns this season.  Randolph is ranked #6 in this week’s wissports.net Division Seven Coaches Poll

 

Lourdes Academy (6-0) @ Fall River/Rio (1-3) (at Rio) – 7pm

Fall River/Rio hosts Lourdes Academy at Rio for that high schools Homecoming Game.  Rebels senior Jacob Rowe leads the team in both rushing and receiving.  He’s run for 249 yards and two TDs and caught 9 passes for 189 yards and two scores.  Lourdes Academy travels to Rio looking to complete a perfect regular season. Despite being 6-0 Lourdes has only been able to play one actual Trailways Conference game because of coronavirus.  QB Josh Bauer has throw for 1524 yards and 19 touchdowns and rushed for 240 yards and six TDs.   The Knights are currently ranked #2 in the wissports.net Division Seven Coaches Poll.

 

Marshall (5-0) @ Waterloo (3-2) – 7pm

The Marshall Cardinals roll into rival Waterloo with a chance to complete a perfect regular season and win the outright Eastern Suburban Conference championship.  Junior Bryce Frank has rushed for 624 yards and 6 TDs.  He’s caught seven passes for 181 yards and four TDs, returns both a punt and a kickoff for a score and tossed a TD pass in 2020.  Waterloo enters the regular season final hoping to shake off a 43-13 defeat at Cambridge.  Senior Eugene Wolff ran for 131 yards and a touchdown in last week’s game.  If the Pirates can hand the Cardinals their first loss of the season, they would share the league title with both Marshall and Cambridge

 

Horicon/Hustisford (1-1) @ Pardeeville (0-4) – 7pm

Husticon gets back on the gridiron tonight’s after having to cancel last week’s game with Marshall because of COVID-19 concerns.  Husty has played just two games so far this season. Senior QB Dan Janiszweski has throw for four TDs this year, while fellow senior Andrew Vincent has run for 114 yards and a TD.  Pardeeville enters the regular season finale looking for their first victory of the season.  QB Peter Freye has thrown for 479 yards and 6 TDs while Devin Seth paces the Bulldogs rushing attack with 204 yards and two TDs.  Ty Westbury had caught four TD passes for Pardeeville.

 

Watertown (2-4) @ Grafton (4-1) – 7pm

Watertown heads to Grafton for their final regular season game of 2020 looking to snap a three game slide.  Benji Kamrath’s squad has been playing hard down the home stretch of the season despite being hampered by injury and players sitting out because of contact tracing.  Junior QB Caleb Huff has thrown for 637 yards and 4 touchdowns and has run for a team high 192 yards and 8 TDs. Grafton is 4-1 on the season with their long coming at the hands of Catholic Memorial 42-7 on October 16th.   Senior Canon Pfaff leads the team in rushing with 670 yards and five TDs while Dominic Voiland has pulled in 38 passes for 336 yards and 6 TDs.  Grafton is ranked third in the wissports.net Division 3 Coaches Poll.  Watertown added Grafton to the schedule after rival Beaver Dam moved to the alternate spring season.

 

Cambria-Friesland @ Johnson Creek – Cancelled

 

Cambridge @ Dodgeland – Cancelled

 

 

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