Friday, October 23rd
Cambria-Friesland 34 St. John’s NW Military 14
After a week off, Cambria-Friesland jumped out to a 26-0 halftime lead and cruised to a 34-14 road win at St. John’s Northwestern Academies in Delafield on Friday. Cade Burmania ran for a TD and caught a 50-yard TD pass on a fake punt from Kobe Smit. The Hilltoppers (3-1) host 2nd ranked Lourdes Academy next Friday night.
Husticon 35 Dodgeland 7 (at Horicon)
After having to cancel last Friday’s game Horicon/Hustisford jumped out to a 28-0 halftime lead on their way to a 35-7 win over Dodgeland in Horicon on Friday night. Dan Janiszweski threw for four touchdowns in the win for Husticon. Andrew Benzing scored the Trojan’s lone TD in the fourth quarter. Husticon (1-1) hosts unbeaten Marshall at Hustisford next Friday. Dodgeland (0-3) travels to Markesan.
Marshall 21 Pardeeville 6
The Marshall High School football team stayed perfect on the season with a 21-6 win at Pardeeville on Friday night. The Cardinals led 7-6 at the half as Craig Ward hit Cannon Siedschlag on a short TD pass. Marshall was able to pick up a loose ball on the 2nd half kickoff and Ramon Compos punched it in a short TD run to push the lead to 8 points. Bryce Frank’s 20 yard run mid-way through the 4th quarter put the Cardinals comfortably on top. Marshall (5-0) will travel to Hustisford for a matchup with Husticon next Friday.
Waterloo 28 Markesan 16
Waterloo rallied from an 8-7 halftime deficit to defeat Markesan 28-16 on Friday night. Eugene Wolff carried the mail 25 times for 149 yards and two TDs in the win. Jordi Aguero added touchdown runs of 1 and 53 yards on his way to a 75 yards rushing. Hayden Quade ran for a TD and threw for another in the loss for the Hornets. Waterloo (3-1) rides a two-game win streak into next week’s game at Cambridge while Markesan (0-4) hosts Dodgeland.
Reedsburg 24 Watertown 9
Reedsburg protected their home turf with a 24-9 win over Watertown on Friday night. The Gosling defense held strong most of the night, stopping the Beavers numerous times in the red zone, including a fourth and goal from the one. Watertown’s offense mustered a 38-yard Branden Fischer field goal at the end of the first half and a Caleb Huff to Oliver Meyers 56-yard touchdown pass. Reedsburg collected a pair of safeties in the win. Watertown (2-3) hosts Baraboo next Friday night.
Saturday, October 24th
Randolph @ Lourdes Academy (At St Mary Central in Neenah) – 1pm
Brookfield Academy @ Fall River/Rio – 4pm
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