High School Football Scoreboard – 11-6-20

Friday, November 6th


Marshall 14 Waterloo 2

The Marshall Cardinals won the outright Eastern Suburban Conference championship with a 14-2 win at Waterloo on Friday night.  Bryce Frank caught a 66-yard TD pass from Craig Ward and ran for a 77-yard score in the win. Frank finished with 115 yards rushing for Marshall.  Waterloo’s only points came late in the 3rd quarter when Luke Fiedorowicz sacked Cardinals QB Craig Ward was tackled in the end zone. Eugene Wolff ran for 132 yards to pace the Pirates offense.  The conference championship is Marshall’s first outright title since 2012.  They shared a title in 2015.


Lourdes 56 @ Fall River/Rio 14 (at Rio)

2nd ranked Lourdes Academy jumped out to a 22-8 lead after one quarter and rolled by Fall River-Rio 56-14 at Rio on Friday night.  Matthew Miller threw TD passes to Sam Osterhaus and Jacob Rowe to lead the Rebels.


Markesan 28 Palmyra-Eagle 21

After spotting Palmyra-Eagle a 14-0 lead, Markesan rallied back to pick up the 28-21 win on Friday night.   Sophomore QB Ryan Mast ran for a pair of TDs and threw for two more to lead the Hornets to their 2nd straight win. Caleb Stoll and Logan Slate caught TD passes for Markesan.


Grafton 45 Watertown 23

Grafton, ranked 3rd in D3, jumped out to a 38-8 lead at the half and stopped Watertown 45-23 on Friday night.   The Goslings’ Oliver Meyers caught TD passes of six and 52 yards from QB Caleb Huff.  Huff also tossed another TD late to Eli Adrian.


Watertown Luther Prep 35 Randolph 0

The Rockets finish up their season at 5-2 with the non-conference loss.


Husticon 27 Pardeeville 16

The Horicon/Hustisford football team trailed 16-7 heading into the fourth quarter and rallied for the 27-16 win.  Preston Bertz ran for a couple of fourth quarter touchdowns to help Husticon to the win.


Pectatonica-Argyle 49 Dodgeland 0

The Dodgeland High School football team dropped their regular season finale 49-0 to Pecatonica-Argyle on Friday night.  Jace Christopherson led the Trojans with 38 yards rushing.


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