Two Rivers dominates

Two Rivers dominates


Two Rivers dominates


The Two Rivers football team’s first three defensive plays summed up it’s 57-8 road win over Waupun on Friday night.

Starting with the ball, Waupun’s first play resulted in a six-yard loss after a sack by the Raiders’ Riley Schwarzenbart. The second play was a run stuffed for a five-yard loss by Two Rivers’ Tyrell Bullock. Facing third and long, the Raiders’ Wesley Dimmick intercepted a Waupun pass to set up a five-yard touchdown run by Two Rivers quarterback Brett Kasper minutes later.

It was an easy night once again for Two Rivers (3-0, 2-0 Eastern Wisconsin Conference) as the Raiders were not forced to punt the ball at all in the first half for the third straight game and Kasper once again breaking a school record with 370 yards passing, topping his 367-yard performance from last week.

Leading 8-0 after Bobby Geiger caught a pass from Kasper on the two-point conversion, Cory Johnson scored on a two-yard run and a Justin Schmeichel PAT made it 15-0. On their next position, Kasper found Dexter Smith on a 55-yard touchdown pass to make it 21-0.

Wanting to end the quarter on a high note, Kasper found Geiger once again, this time with a 26-yard touchdown pass with one second left in the frame, to make it 28-0 after a PAT by Schmeichel.

The score would stay that way heading into halftime with the highlight of the second quarter being Dimmick notching his second interception of the game midway through.

On the Raiders first drive of the second half, Johnson scored his second touchdown of the game with a 10-yard run to make it 34-0 after a missed PAT. With 13 seconds remaining in the game, Dimmick put his name on the offensive stats sheet with a touchdown run to make it 42-8 after Kasper hooked up with Ethan Willman for the two-point conversion.

In the fourth, Kasper rushed one yard for another score to make it 50-8 after a two-point conversion pass to Geiger and moments later made an 80-yard touchdown strike to Smith to make it 57-8 with five minutes remaining.

Two Rivers 28 0 14 15 57
Waupun 0 0 8 0 8

First quarter

TR 5 yard run Brett Kasper, 2 pt. good Brett Kasper to Bobby Geiger

TR 1 yard run Cory Johnson, PAT good

TR 50 yard pass Brett Kasper to Dexter Smith, PAT missed

TR 26 yard pass Brett Kasper to Bobby Geiger, PAT good

Third quarter

TR 10 yard run Cory Johnson, PAT missed

W 15 yard pass Keegan Pinch to Ryan Schmitt, 2 pt. good

TR 2 yard run Wes Dimmick, 2 pt. good Brett Kasper to Ethan Willman

Fourth quarter

TR 1 yard run Brett Kasper, 2 pt. good Brett Kasper to Bobby Geiger

TR 80 yard pass Brett Kasper to Dexter Smith, PAT good

First downs 34 10
Total Net Yards 559 220
Rushes-Yards 31-189 39-131
Passing 370 89
Comp-Att-Int 30-41-2 8-16-4
Fumbles-Lost 1-1

Individual statistics

Rushing — Two Rivers, Brett Kasper 13-83, Cory Johnson 11-70, Wesley Dimmick 7-49. Waupun, Jordan Daane 10-92.

Passing — Waupun, Keegan Pinch 8-18-4-49.

Receiving — Two Rivers, Dexter Smith 9-211, Robert Geiger 9-93. Waupun, Ryan Schmitt 3-38.

Chilton 35, Valders 0

The Vikings were shutout at home as Chilton’s Austin Hephner scored three touchdowns.

Valders was led on the ground by Brandon Ertl, who tallied 26 yards on nine carries.

Ryan Vallesky was 3-9 passing for 30 yards to lead the Vikings. Zack Blatz and Paxton Korslin each grabbed one pass, for 14 and 12 yards respectively.

Chilton 21 14 0 0 35
Valders 0 0 0 0 0

First quarter

C Brett Casper 2 yard run, PAT good

C Austin Hephner 18 yard run, PAT good

C Austin Hephner 18 yard run, PAT good

Second quarter

C Austin Hepner 25 yard run, PAT Good

C Vince Propson 15 yard fumble recovery, PAT good

First downs 7 6
Total Net Yards 204 123
Rushes-Yards 33-164 25-77
Passing 40 46
Comp-Att-Int 1-2 5-15-2
Fumbles-Lost 0 3-3

Individual statistics

Rushing — Chilton, Austin Hephner 16-108. Valders, Zack Blatz 1-16, Brandon Ertel 9-26.

Passing — Chilton, Andrew Huss 1-2–40. Valders, Ryan Vallesky 3-9–30.

Receiving — Valders, Zack Blatz 1-14, Paxton Korslin 1-12.

Wrightstown 23, Roncalli 12

After leading 12-7 at halftime, the visiting Jets allowed Wrightstown to score a pair of unanswered touchdowns in the second half for the loss.

Alex Katz had 125 yards rushing on 16 attempts for the Jets, along with one rushing touchdown, as well as one catch for 38 yards that resulted in Roncalli’s second touchdown.

Roncalli 0 12 0 0 12
Wrightstown 0 7 8 8 23

Second quarter

R – Alex Katz 80 run (kick failed)

W – Doug Fabry 18 pass from Mitchell Green (Craig Gerrits kick)

R – Katz 38 pass from Zach Slattery (pass failed)

Third quarter

W – Riley Schussler 54 run (Green run)

W – Schussler 2 run (Green run)

First downs 8 15
Total Net Yards 177 236
Rushes-Yards 46-125 51-208
Passing 52 28
Comp-Att-Int 3-11-1 2-6-2
Fumbles-Lost 3-0 1-1
Penalties-Yards 4-43 6-50

Individual statistics

Rushing — Roncalli, Alex Katz 16-125. Wrightstown, Riley Schussler 30-170, Craig Gerrits 11-55.

Passing — Roncalli, Zach Slattery 3-11-1-52. Wrightstown, Mitchell Green 2-6-2-28.

Receiving — Roncalli, Alex Katz 1-38. Wrightstown, Doug Fabry 2-28.

Hilbert 46, Reedsville 7

Hilbert jumped out to a 33-0 lead at halftime as Reedsville’s only score came in the fourth quarter on a Bryler Kiekhaefer 12-yard touchdown run in the home loss.

Brock Gilsdorf rushed 16 times for 22 yards for the Panthers while Kiekhaefer ran nine times for 78 yards to lead Reedsville in rushing.

Hilbert 20 13 13 0 46
Reedsville 0 0 0 7 7

First quarter

H – Spencer Schulz 5 run (PAT failed)

H – Schulz 34 run (Sean Wiese run)

H – Schulz 15 run (PAT failed)

Second quarter

H – Austin Schaffer 70 run (PAT failed)

H – Bryce Schaffer 41 pass from Schulz (Luke Vanden Elzen kick)

Third quarter

H – Adam Mader 85 kickoff return (PAT failed)

H – Spencer Schulz 66 yard fumble return (Vanden Elzen kick)

Fourth quarter

R – B. Kiekhaefer 12 run (C. Schamburek kick)

Total Net Yards 305 163
Passing 41 23
Comp-Att-Int 1-1- 2-4-

Individual statistics

Rushing — Hilbert, Brady Gruett 2-17, Austin Keuler 1–3, Adam Mader 1-2, Seth Riemer 2-1, Spencer Schulz 7-95, Austin Schwalenberg 7-122, Spenser Thiel 2-2, Sean Wiese 7-28. Reedsville, Brock Gilsdorf 16-22, Rene Mora 1–1, R Schwahn 4-26, Alex Bubolz 1-6, Bryler Kiekhaefer 9-78, Bryce Wenzel 2-2, Justin Cavanaugh 1-5.

Passing — Hilbert, Spencer Schulz 1-1–41. Reedsville, Brock Gilsdorf 1-3–8, R Schwahn 1-1–15.

Receiving — Hilbert, Bryse Schaffer 1-41. Reedsville, Grant Wedepohl 1-8.

Mishicot 22, Oconto 7

Brandon Butler had a 22 yard touchdown pass to Derek Hlinak and Dakota Geiger had a 10-yard rushing touchdown to put host Mishicot up 14-0 at halftime in the win.

The team’s exchanged scores in the final frame as Mishicot was led in rushing by Butler who had 123 yards on 15 carries.

Oconto 0 0 0 7 7
Mishicot 7 7 0 8 22

First quarter

M – Brandon Butler 22-yard touchdown pass to Derek Hlinak (Nicholas Ruzek PAT)

Second quarter

M – Dakota Geiger 10-yard run (Nicholas Ruzek PAT)

Third quarter

M – Brandon Butler 15-yard run (Dakota Geiger two-point run)

Fourth quarter

O – Brandon Tousey 26-yard run (PAT fail)

First downs 9 16
Total Net Yards 121 328
Rushes-Yards 33-81 45-250
Passing 40 78
Comp-Att-Int 5-12-1 2-6-
Penalties-Yards 6-35 6-40

Individual statistics

Rushing — Oconto, Corey Hebert 8-23, Brandon Tousey 9-30, Tyler Ferris 12-39. Mishicot, Brandon Butler 15-123, Christopher Kornelly 15-60, Dakota Geiger 7-33.

Passing — Oconto, Corey Hebert 5-12-1-78. Mishicot Middle/, Brandon Butler 2-6–40.

Receiving — Oconto, Brandon Tousey 2-40, Gabe Hintz 2-29. Mishicot Middle/, Derek Hlinak 1-22.


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