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MOSINEE – Mosinee gambled and lost as the Indians’ two-point conversion attempt in overtime failed, giving the Lumberjacks the win.

Donovan Leverette rushed for 348 yards and four touchdowns – including the one in overtime – to lead Wausau East to victory.

Trey Fitzgerald passed for 386 yards and three touchdowns and Drayton Lehamn caught 18 passes for 214 yards and two touchdowns to lead Mosinee.

Wausau East 21 7 0 10 7 – 45

Mosinee 7 14 10 7 6 – 44

Scoring

First quarter

WE – Jacob Thome 31-yard pass from Matt Heinrich (Caleb Gruszynski kick)

M – Drayton Lehman 14-yard pass from Trey Fitzgerald (Michal Dul kick)

WE – Heinrich 2-yard run (Gruszynski kick)

WE – Donovan Leverette 7-yard run (Gruszynski kick)

Second quarter

WE – Leverette 52-yard run (Gruszynski kick)

M – Fitzgerald 1-yard run (Dul kick)

M – Lehman 35-yard pass from Fitzgerald (Dul kick)

Third quarter

M – Fitzgerald 1-yard run (Dul kick)

M – Dul 40-yard field goal

Fourth quarter

WE – Leverette 32-yard run (Gruszynski kick)

WE – Gruszynski 23-yard field goal

M – Fitzgerald 3-yard run (Dul kick)

Overtime

WE – Leverette 3-yard run (Gruszynski kick)

M – Cyle Kowalski 16-yard pass from Fitzgerald (two-point conversion failed)

Individual Leaders

Rushing: WE Leverette 33-348; M Fitzgerald 18-47

Passing: WE Heinrich 2-3-1-56; M Fitzgerald 32-41-0-386

Receiving: WE Thome 1-31; M Lehman 18-214

APPLETON NORTH 23, D.C. EVEREST 7

SCHOFIELD – D.C. Matt Szymanski Everest had the football longer than Appleton North but the Lightning made their possessions count, and defensively sacked the Evergreens three times on their way to victory.

Bryan Halambeck made a 29-yard reception from Ethan Ostrowski in the second quarter for a touchdown and the Evergreens’ only score.

Appleton’s Matthew Schecklman passed for 245 yards and a touchdown and Brady Frantal kicked three field goals in the Lightning’s win.

Scoring

First quarter

A – Frantal 25-yard field goal

Second quarter

A – Frantal 26-yard field goal

A – Braden Goymerac interception return (Frantal kick)

DCE – Halambeck 29-yard pass from Ostrowski (Bryce Morris kick)

Third quarter

A – Beau Birling 56-yard pass from Matthew Schecklman (Frantal kick)

Fourth quarter

A – Frantal field goal

Individual Leaders

Passing: A Schecklman 23-30-0-245; DCE Ostrowski 8-16-1-72

Rushing: A Cal Martini 18-56; DCE Delton Zuleger 14-66

Receiving: A Beau Birling 6-107; DCE Halambeck 3-48

NEENAH 37, STEVENS POINT 13

NEENAH – Dominating defense was the key for Neenah in its win over Stevens Point as the Rockets limited the Panthers to 46 yards rushing and just 62 yards passing.

Neenah was not exactly a juggernaut offensively other than the 101 yards rushing by Kade Fritsch, who accounted for 56 percent of Neenah’s 178 yards of offense. ‘

SPASH quarterback Brandon Vlcko had a rough time with Neenah’s defense, completing only 4-of-23 passes with one touchdown and one interception. He was also sacked twice.

Stevens Point 0 0 0 13 – 13

Neenah 16 0 21 0 – 37

SCORING

First quarter

N – Kaden Fritsch 1 run (kick failed)

N – Sam Jung 14 pass from Payton McClowry (Jack Van Dyke kick)

N – Van Dyke 24 FG

Third quarter

N – Jaden Bartlett 2 run (Van Dyke kick)

N – Jung 53 interception return (Van Dyke kick)

N – Dylon Stockman 21 pass from McClowry (Van Dyke kick)

Fourth quarter

SP – Spencer Wierzba 27 pass from Riley Warzynski (kick failed)

SP – Larson Lewis fumble recovery in end zone (Kenny Schultz kick)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Rushing: N – Fritsch 15-101. SP – Brandon Vicko 11-37.

Passing: N – McClowry 9-20-1-96. SP – Vlcko 3-22-1-35.

Receiving: N – Jung 3-49, Dylon Stockman 3-34. SP – Wierzba 2-39.

WISCONSIN RAPIDS 27, OSHKOSH NORTH 9

OSHKOSH – Peter Rucker ran for three touchdowns and Vercion Gammel had 166 yards on the ground and a touchdown to lead the Red Raiders.

Wisconsin Rapids 14 0 0 13 – 27

Oshkosh North 0 2 0 7 – 9

SCORING

First quarter

WR – Peter Rucker 2 run (Mac Lucas kick)

WR – Rucker 6 run (Lucas kick)

Second quarter

ON – Safety

Fourth quarter

ON – 5 run (kick good)

WR – Rucker 4 run (two-point conversion failed)

WR – Vercion Gammel 9 run (Lucas kick)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Rushing: WR – Vercion Gammel 16-166.

Passing: WR – Austin Pelot 10-18-1-102.

Receiving: WR – Dylan Lisitza 4-56.

IOLA-SCANDINAVIA 40, WEYAUWEGA-FREMONT 6

WEYAUWEGA – Parker Prahl ran for 166 yards and two touchdowns and added three touchdown passes to lead the Thunderbirds over the Indians.

Iola-Scandinavia 6 14 13 7 – 40

Weyauwega-Fremont 0 0 0 6 – 6

SCORING

First quarter

IS – Parker Prahl 51 run (two-point conversion failed)

Second quarter

IS – Will Cady 41 pass from Parker Prahl (Kyle Heise run)

IS – Cady 92 run (kick failed)

Third quarter

IS – Cady 41 pass from Prahl (Marcus Jaworski kick)

IS – Prahl 67 run (kick failed)

Fourth quarter

IS – Ed Bonikowske 67 pass from Prahl (Jaworski kick)

WF – Jacob Doede 31 pass from Quinn Dittmann (kick failed)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Rushing: IS – Prahl 10-166, Cady 2-89. WF – Reeck 23-111.

Passing: IS – Prahl 7-11-0-187. WF – Dittmann 3-8-0-44.

Receiving: IS – Cady 5-111. WF – Doede 1-31.

ALMOND-BANCROFT 42, MENOMINEE INDIAN 0

MENOMINEE – Five different Eagles players scored six touchdowns to romp Menominee on the road.

Jackson Beggs rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown and recovered a fumble for a 51-yard touchdown to lead Almond-Bancroft on offense and defense.

Almond-Bancroft held Menominee to just 53 total yards in the game.

Scoring

First quarter

AB – Elijah Kollock 43-yard pass from Daniel Baumgartner (Kenny Casper Diaz kick)

AB – Baumgartner 10-yard run (Diaz kick)

Second quarter

AB – Matthew Lukas 14-yard run (Diaz kick)

AB – Menominee fumble, Jackson Beggs recovery, 51-yard return (Diaz kick)

AB – Beggs 9-yard run (Diaz kick)

Fourth quarter

AB – Preston Knutson 5-yard run (Diaz kick)

Individual Leaders

Passing: AB Baumgartner 2-8-1-56

Rushing: AB Beggs 17-100, Lukas 9-73

Receiving: AB Kollock 1-43

SPENCER/COLUMBUS 55, FALL CREEK 0

SPENCER – Austin Bacon rushed for 163 yards and three touchdowns and caught a pass for a score while teammate Eden Jacobson ran for 135 yards and three touchdowns as Spencer/Columbus rolled Fall Creek at home.

“We played very well tonight,” Spencer/Columbus coach Jason Gorst said. “Effort and focus were both improved. Eden and Austin (Bacon) had huge nights, and we did a great job blocking up front. I thought Austin (Grubofski) and Gavid (Kilty) did a great job on the line.”

Spencer totaled just under 500 offensive yards – 494 – of which 427 came from 38 rushes.

Fall Creek threw three interceptions.

Scoring

First quarter

SC – Bacon 51-yard run (Bacon two-point conversion)

SC – Eden Jacobson 6-yard run (Jaconson two-point conversion)

SC – Bacon 34-yard pass from Gage Stratman (kick failed)

Second quarter

SC – Bacon 1-yard run (Cole Timmler two-point conversion)

SC – Jacobson 3-yard run (two-point conversion failed)

SC – Bacon 12-yard run (Ty McDonald kick)

Fourth quarter

SC – Will Gorst 18-yard run (kick failed)

Individual Leaders

Passing: SC Gage Stratman 4-5-0-67

Rushing: SC Bacon 9-163, Jacobson 9-135

Receiving: SC Bacon 3-35

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