Friday, October 9th
Cambria-Friesland 20 Waterloo 12
Cambria Friesland went on the road and picked up a 20-12 win at Waterloo on Friday night. Cade Burmania’s eight-yard TD run with 3:04 left in regulation turned a 14-12 lead into an eight-point cushion. Waterloo then started a drive at their own 13-yards line and marched inside the 20 with less than a minute to go, but the Hilltoppers Mason Hughes made a big stop on 4th and inches to secure the win for CF. Owen Jones ran for the Toppers first score while Drake Burmania also caught a four-yard TD pass from Kobe Smit. Jordi Aguero and Eugene Wolf ran for Waterloo’s scores. Cambria-Friesland (2-1) will host Husticon next Friday night while Waterloo (1-1) hosts Pardeeville.
Wisconsin Dells 40 Dodgeland 0
Dodgeland fell behind 20-0 early and dropped a 40-0 decision to Wisconsin Dells (2-1) on Friday night. The Trojans started their season two weeks later than most of the other teams in the state in order to abide by local health restrictions. The Trojans (0-1) will host Palmyra-Eagle next Friday
Marshall 35 Palmyra-Eagle 0
Craig Ward tossed three TD passes as Marshall rolled by Palmyra-Eagle 35-0 on Friday night. Bryce Frank also ran for 117 yards and two TDs. Frank caught three passes for 69 yards, that included a 58-yard TD catch.
The Marshall defense held Palmyra-Eagle (0-3) to just 113 total yards on the night. The Cardinals (3-0) will travel to Markesan next Friday. That’s a game you can watch on the DailyDodge.com videostream.
Cambridge 7 Markesan 6
The Markesan football team dropped a tough 7-6 decision at Cambridge on Friday night. Hayden Quade’s short TD run in the 3rd quarter gave Markesan the lead, but Cambridge punched in a score late and converted the extra point. Markesan (0-2) will host Marshall next week in a game you can watch on the DailyDodge.com videostream.
Watertown Luther Prep 49 Husticon 7
Husticon dropped a 49-7 decision to Watertown Luther Prep (1-2) in their season opener last night. Landon Hintz connect with Dylan Kuehl on a six-yard TD pass in the 4th quarter for Husticon’s lone score of the game. Like Dodgeland, Husticon started their season later than the rest of the state in order to abide by local health restrictions. Husticon (0-1) will travel to Cambria-Friesland next Friday.
Watertown 43 Sauk Prairie 16
The Watertown Goslings won their 2nd straight game with a 43-16 win over Sauk Prairie on Friday night. Quarterback Caleb Huff ran for 116 yards and a TD, and also threw for a score in the win. Dylan Sippel rushed for two touchdowns in the win.
Saturday, October 10th
St. John’s Northwesern Academies @ Randolph – 7pm
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