Friday, October 2nd
Randolph 42 Cambria-Friesland 22
Zach Paul rushed for four touchdowns as Randolph stopped rival Cambria-Friesland 42-22 on Friday night in Cambria. Brayden Haffele and Zach Heft also ran for a score for the Rockets. Owen Jones hit paydirt a pair of TDs while Griffin Hart added another to account for the Hilltopper scoring. Cambria-Friesland (1-1) will travel to Waterloo next Friday night while Randolph (2-0) hosts St. John’s Northwestern Academies on Saturday night.
Fall River/Rio 22 Palmyra-Eagle 14 – OT
Fall Rivers/Rio jumped out to a 14-0 halftime lead on the back of a Gavin Grams quarterback sneak and a 90-yard Jacob Rowe TD run but needed overtime to pick defeat Palmyra-Eagle 22-14 on Friday night in Fall River. Jacob Rowe scored the game winner in OT and the Rebel defense held on Palmyra-Eagles chance. The Rebels (1-1) travel to Johnson Creek next Friday night. That’s a game you can watch on the DailyDodge.com videostream presented by Farmers and Merchants Union Bank and Columbus Family Dental.
Marshall 28 Cambridge 3
The Marshall High School football made a huge statement heading to 6th ranked Cambridge and picking up a 28-3 win on Friday night. After falling behind 3-0, the Cardinals scored 28 straight points to knockoff the three-time defending Capitol South champs, now competing in the Eastern Suburban Conference. Craig Ward threw a TD pass to Cole Denniston and also ran for a TD. Bryce Frank and Mitchell Motl also ran for scores. Marshall (2-0) has outscored their opponents 59-11 in their first two games. The Cardinals travel to Palmyra-Eagle next week.
Watertown 31 Portage 26
Caleb Huff ran for three touchdowns as Watertown held on to defeat Portage 31-26 on Friday night in Watertown. Nathan Kehl also ran for a TD in the win for the Goslings. Watertown led 31-12 after Branden Fischer’s 28-yard field goal with 8:18 left in the 4th quarter. Portage was able to put up two quick scores and drove inside the Gosling 10 yard-line with less than :30 left in the game before the Watertown defense recovered a game saving fumble. Watertown (1-1) will wrap up a three game homestand to start the season next Friday night when they host Sauk Prairie.
Saturday, October 3rd
Lourdes Academy 40 Markesan 8 @ St. Mary Catholic in Neenah
-Hayden Quade scored the Hornets lone TD
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