Prep football: Hortonville, Seymour, Chilton, Shiocton, Waupaca cruise

Prep football: Hortonville, Seymour, Chilton, Shiocton, Waupaca cruise

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Prep football: Hortonville, Seymour, Chilton, Shiocton, Waupaca cruise

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Hortonville 42, Denmark 0

At Hortonville, Alex Lasinski had three touchdown runs in the second quarter and rushed for 177 yards for the Polar Bears.

“I like the way our defense responded,” Hortonville co-coach Andy Kolosso said. “Denmark took the first drive down the field and took six minutes off the clock, but once they got down there, our defense dug back in.”

Andrew Thompson had touchdown passes of 25 yards to Trystan Guyette and 33 yards to Parker Thome.

Denmark 0 0 0 0 0
Hortonville 7 21 14 0 42

First quarter

H – Trystan Guyette 25 pass from Andrew Thompson (Taylor Pahl kick)

Second quarter

H – Alex Lasinski 15 run (Pahl kick)

H – Lasinski 15 run (Pahl kick)

H – Lasinski 12 run (Pahl kick)

Third quarter

H – Parker Thome 33 pass from Andrew Thompson (Pahl kick)

H – Mitch Gerhartz 15 run (Pahl kick)

D H
First downs 9 19
Total Net Yards 175 403
Rushes-Yards 36-127 32-251
Passing 48 152
Comp-Att-Int 6-14-2 7-9-0
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0
Penalties-Yards 7-43 3-28

Individual statistics

Rushing — Denmark, Jon Deprey 18-80. Hortonville, Alex Lasinski 14-177, Mitch Gerhartz 4-30.

Passing — Denmark, Jon Deprey 6-14-2-48. Hortonville, Andrew Thompson 5-7-0-131.

Receiving — Denmark, Tanner Umentum 3-34. Hortonville, Mitch Lillge 1-38.

Seymour 47, Shawano 0

At Shawano, Seth Jefson rushed for 155 yards and caught three pases for 38 yards to lead the Thunder to the win over the Hawks.

Seymour rushed for 303 yards against Shawano on 38 attempts.

Seymour 12 8 14 13 47
Shawano 0 0 0 0 0

First quarter

SEY – Seth Jefson 11 pass from Dakota Oskey (extra point failed)

SEY – Ryan Krahn 3 run (extra point failed)

Second quarter

SEY – Phillip Michaelson 7 run (Michaelson run)

Third quarter

SEY – Calyton Skogman 3 run (Alex Bloom kick)

SEY – Chris Wesolowski 3 pass from Oskey (Bloom kick)

Fourth quarter

SEY – Michaelson 1 run (Bloom kick)

SEY – Marcus Cornelius 45 run (extra point failed)

SE SH
First downs 17 13
Total Net Yards 383 248
Rushes-Yards 38-303 30-124
Passing 80 124

Individual statistics

Rushing — Seymour, Dakota Oskey 5-39, Clayton Skogman 2-12, Dylan Beyer 3-54, Ryan Krahn 4-32, Marcus Cornelius 3-63, Seth Jefson 14-155, Zachary Sasman 2-11, Phillip Michaelson 5-17. Shawano, Cody Urban 2-10, Cole Huntington 15-77, Brice Bergner 2-14, William Cox 6-19, Alex Cook 5-4.

Passing — Seymour, Dakota Oskey 8-17-1-80. Shawano, Cole Huntington 17-35-0-124.

Receiving — Seymour, Ryan Krahn 1-11, Christopher Wesolowski 4-31, Seth Jefson 3-38. Shawano, Adam Bartz 3-21, Brice Bergner 2-28, Bryce Richards 10-73.

Olympian/Packerland-Large

Chilton 41, Valders 7

At Valders, Lucas Forstner scored on a 63-yard run with 2:05 left in the first quarter to get the Tigers on their way to a win.

Forstner, who added a touchdown in the second quarter, finished with a game-high 110 yards rushing on 11 carries. Justin Goeser added 71 yards rushing.

Chilton 7 20 14 0 41
Valders 0 0 7 0 7

First quarter

C – Lucas Forstner 63 run (Brandon Wollersheim kick)

Second quarter

C – Grant Richman 28 pass from Adam Klein (Wollersheim kick)

C – Forstner 14 run (kick failed)

C – Richman 18 pass from Klein (Wollersheim kick)

Third quarter

V – Forrest Fenlon 15 pass from Paxton Korslin (Nati Lehman kick)

C – Justin Goeser 45 run (Wollersheim kick)

C – Jerad Wagner 1 run (Wollersheim kick)

C V
First downs 10 7
Total Net Yards 324 174
Rushes-Yards 42-252 40-101
Passing 72 73
Comp-Att-Int 4-6- 8-14-
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 5-2
Penalties-Yards 5-35 5-42

Individual statistics

Rushing — Chilton, Grant Richman 3-44, Lucas Forstner 11-110, Ethan Jandrey 8-28, Hayden Vollmer 3-8, Justin Goeser 12-71. Valders, Paxton Korslin 17-55, Logan Stutte 4-6, Nati Lehman 4-6, Zachary Blatz 4-11, Kade Fochs 6-17, Alex Jirschele 2-6.

Passing — Chilton, Adam Klein 4-5-0-72. Valders, Paxton Korslin 8-13-1-73.

Receiving — Chilton, Jered Bruckner 1-11, Grant Richman 2-46, Jacob Schaller 1-15. Valders, Braden Persinger 2-31, Zachary Blatz 1-20, Forrest Fenlon 3-20.

Brillion 14, Southern Door 7

At Brillion, the Lions’ Graham Hasse tackled Southern Door’s Trevor Hawkey at the 12-yard line after a reception and time expired to give Brillion the win.

Hasse had a 22-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and Rydick Braden had a two-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter for Brillion’s scores.

Hasse led the defense with eight tackles.

Southern Door 0 0 7 0 7
Brillion 0 6 0 8 14

Second quarter

B – Graham Hasse 22 run (kick blocked)

Third quarter

SD – Mitchel Neubauer 6 run (kick good)

Fourth quarter

B – Rydick Braden 2 run (Hasse pass from Scharf)

SD B
First downs 15 13
Total Net Yards 285 309
Rushes-Yards 22-53 41-188
Passing 232 121
Comp-Att-Int 36-26-0 8-7-0
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0
Penalties-Yards 5-40 4-37

Individual statistics

Rushing — Southern Door, Mitchel Neubauer 12-43. Brillion, Rydick Braden 10-30, Max Scharf 5-34, Graham Hasse 10-81.

Passing — Southern Door, Mitchel Neubauer 24-34-0-219. Brillion, Max Scharf 6-7-0-109.

Receiving — Southern Door, Trevor Hawkey 5-52. Brillion, Zach Jensen 3-40, Graham Hasse 3-72.

Kewaunee 29, Wrightstown 7

At Wrightstown, Austin Kassner rushed for 84 yards and scored twice to lead the Storm over the Tigers.

Kewaunee never really let the Tigers get their offense untracked. Wrightstown rushed for 114 yards and passed for 57 for a total of 171, but Kewaunee piled up 356 yards of offense.

Kewaunee 7 14 0 8 29
Wrightstown 0 0 7 0 7

First quarter

K – Lamarco Crawford pass from Caleb Johnson (Crawford kick)

Second quarter

K – Austin Kassner 5 run (kick failed)

K – Kassner 5 run (Kassner from Johnson)

Third quarter

W – Caleb Emmer 9 run ( Jack Berndt kick)

Fourth quarter

K – Austin Richard 28 pass from Johnson (Peter Metzler from Johnson)

K W
First downs 19 13
Total Net Yards 356 171
Rushes-Yards 36-154 36-114
Passing 202 57
Comp-Att-Int 11-17-0 5-15-2
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-1
Penalties-Yards 4-33 2-20

Individual statistics

Rushing — Kewaunee, Austin Kassner 19-84. Wrightstown, Dylan Zwick 9-33.

Passing — Kewaunee, Caleb Johnson 11-17-0-202. Wrightstown, Dylan Zwick 5-15-2-57.

Receiving — Kewaunee, Jesse Kleiman 4-55. Wrightstown, Doug Fabry 2-42.

» In an Olympian/Packerland-Small game, Hilbert lost to Manitowoc Lutheran 14-6.

Central Wisconsin-8

Shiocton 60, Manawa 0

At Manawa, Jacob Van Asten had three touchdown runs and threw a touchdown pass as the Chiefs gave head coach Dino Heinemeyer his 100th career victory.

Van Asten, who had 13 carries for 113 yards, had touchdown runs of nine, 19 and 21 yards. Talon Heinemeyer added nine carries for 111 yards.

Shiocton 8 30 8 14 60
Manawa 0 0 0 0 0

First quarter

S – Patrick Brouillard 74 from Jacob Van Asten (Talon Heinemeyer run)

Second quarter

S – Van Asten 9 run (Gomm pass from Heinemeyer)

S – Van Asten 19 run (pass failed)

S – Brouillard 42 pass from Heinemeyer (Heinemeyer run)

S – Heinemeyer 34 pass from Van Asten (Van Asten run)

Third quarter

S – Van Asten 21 run (Van Asten run)

Fourth quarter

S – Heinemeyer 35 run (Heinemeyer kick)

S – Henry Fielding 26 run (Heinemeyer kick)

S M
First downs 17 8
Total Net Yards 457 153
Rushes-Yards 27-280 46-153
Passing 177 0
Comp-Att-Int 4-8-0 0-8-1
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-1
Penalties-Yards 5-45 3-15

Individual statistics

Rushing — Shiocton, Jacob Van Asten 13-113, Talon Heinemeyer 9-111. Manawa, Garret Griffin 16-71.

Passing — Shiocton, Jacob Van Asten 3-6-0-135.

Receiving — Shiocton, Talon Heinemeyer 2-61, Patrick Brouillard 2-116.

Iola-Scandinavia 42, Weyauwega-Fremont 0

At Iola, the Thunderbirds ran for 310 yards.

Weyauwega-Fremont recovered all four of Iola-Scandinavia’s fumbles.

Wey-Fremont 0 0 0 0 0
Iola-Scand. 7 28 7 0 42

First quarter

I-S – Hanson 5 run (Krusa kick)

Second quarter

I-S – Prahl 14 run (Krusa kick)

I-S – Prahl 45 run (Krusa kick)

I-S – Hanson 7 run (PAT failed)

I-S – Wavruk 46 pass (Wavruk pass)

Third quarter

I-S – Welch 72 run (Krusa kick)

W-F I-S
First downs 6 18
Total Net Yards 88 457
Rushes-Yards 31-64 34-310
Passing 24 147
Comp-Att-Int 8-17-0 7-12-0
Fumbles-Lost 3-1 4-4
Penalties-Yards 3-20 3-25

Individual statistics

Rushing — Weyauwega-Fremont, Dan Prillwitz 6-37. Iola-Scandinavia, John Prahl 3-78, Kristian Welch 10-169.

Passing — Iola-Scandinavia, Nick Wavruk 7-12-0-147.

Receiving — Weyauwega-Fremont, Adam Krause 2-14, Dan Prillwitz 3-12. Iola-Scandinavia, Isaac Lashua 4-91.

Nonconference

Waupaca 44, New London 0

At Waupaca, Nate Nelson added a little power running to his usual nifty moves, finishing with 216 yards on 14 carries.

Nelson scored on runs of 24, two and 27 yards. He also kicked a 38-yard field and three extra points.

Nate Jensen added 80 yards on 13 carries, including a two-yard TD run, as the Comets combined for 419 yards on the ground.

New London 0 0 0 0 0
Waupaca 22 16 0 6 44

First quarter

W – Nate Nelson 24 run (run failed)

W – Nelson 2 run (Nelson kick)

W – Safety Levi Petroske

W – Nate Jensen 2 run (Nelson kick)

Second quarter

W – Craig Moloney 1 run (kick failed)

W – Nelson 27 run (Nelson kick)

W – FG Nelson 38

Fourth quarter

W – Joe Balicki 42 run (pass failed)

NL W
First downs 5 19
Total Net Yards 73 457
Rushes-Yards 18-18 38-419
Passing 55 38
Comp-Att-Int 3-12-1 4-9-0
Fumbles-Lost 2-0 2-1
Penalties-Yards 2-17 6-50

Individual statistics

Rushing — Waupaca, Nate Jenson 13-80, Nate Nelson 14-216, Joe Balicki 5-57.

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