The New Holstein football team scored twice in the second quarter and held on for a 14-7 nonconference home win against Oostburg on Friday.
Mike Blanck got the Huskies on the scoreboard with a 62-yard touchdown, and they added to the lead just 2 minutes before the break with a 31-yard pass from quarterback Justin Frish to Aaron Schaefer.
Oostburg made it interesting with a touchdown in the fourth quarter, but New Holstein controlled the game throughout, outgaining Oostburg 382-166 and holding the Dutchmen to one completed pass.
Campbellsport 32, Mil. Washington 6
Campbellsport showed some diversity on offense as it beat Milwaukee Washington at home.
The Cougars threw for 163 yards — most from Taylor Ramthun — and ran for 206, with James Hughes gaining 94 of those yards.
“We’re working real hard offensively,” said Campbellsport coach Bob Hepp. “We have to be able to throw the ball as well as run the ball. I don’t know that we’ll put up those kinds of numbers every game, but that was a nice start.”
Taylor Straschinske ran for two scores and Al Zommers had the first touchdown of the game for the Cougars.
Campbellsport only allowed one touchdown, but Hepp said he would like to see better play from his defense.
Beaver Dam 42, Waupun 20
Waupun quarterback Keegan Pinch threw for 202 yards and a touchdown, but it wasn’t enough as Beaver Dam’s highly touted running back R.J. Shelton ran wild.
The Michigan State recruit ran for 238 yards and four touchdowns on just 14 carries.