Prep football: Hortonville, Wrightstown, Shiocton cruise to victories

Prep football: Hortonville, Wrightstown, Shiocton cruise to victories

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Prep football: Hortonville, Wrightstown, Shiocton cruise to victories

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Hortonville 35, Luxemburg-Casco 14

At Hortonville, the Polar Bears showed how multi-faceted they are by rushing for 260 yards and passing for 202, improving to 7-0 with the win.

Alex Lasinski rushed 17 times for 222 yards, scoring on runs of 76 and 65 yards. He also caught a 36-yard touchdown pass from Andrew Thompson.

Cole Kirchman led the Spartans with 90 yards rushing on 22 carries.

Lux-Casco 0 0 0 14 14
Hortonville 21 14 0 0 35

First quarter

H – Tristyn Guyette 39 pass from Andrew Thompson (Taylor Pahl kick)

H – Alex Lasinski 76 run (Pahl kick)

H – Lasinski 65 run (Pahl kick)

Second quarter

H – Alex Lasinski 36 pass from Thompson (Pahl kick)

H – Guyette 30 pass from Thompson (Pahl kick)

Fourth quarter

L-C – Cole Kirchman 6 run (Caleb Willems kick)

L-C – David Vlotho 20 pass from Willems (Willems kick)

L-C H
First downs 13 14
Total Net Yards 226 462
Rushes-Yards 37-134 27-260
Passing 92 202
Comp-Att-Int 7-22-1 7-17-0
Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-1
Penalties-Yards 9-52 7-89

Individual statistics

Rushing — Luxemburg-Casco, Cole Kirchman 22-90. Hortonville, Alex Lasinski 17-222.

Passing — Luxemburg-Casco, Caleb Willems 7-22-1-92. Hortonville, Andrew Thompson 7-17–202.

Receiving — Luxemburg-Casco, David Vlotho 3-44. Hortonville, Tristyn Guyette 3-79, Mitch Lillge 2-84.

New London 28, Oconto Falls 14

At New London, Connor Hoell had an appetite for running the football, so the Bulldogs kept feeding it to him as he rushed 25 times for 200 yards and three touchdowns.

Hoell scored in the third quarter on an 18-yard run to put New London up by a pair of touchdowns.

Samuel Konitzer led Oconto Falls with 82 yards.

Oconto Falls 0 7 0 7 14
New London 7 7 7 7 28

First quarter

NL – Connor Hoell 70 run (Alik Love kick)

Second quarter

OF – Tyler Kowalczyk 12 run (Sam Schroyer kick)

NL – Jake Thomas 59 pass from Tommy Thurber (Love kick)

Third quarter

NL – Hoell 18 run (Love kick)

Fourth quarter

NL – Hoell 9 run (Love kick)

OF – Zack Brye 29 pass from Alex Johnson (Schroyer kick)

OF NL
First downs 9 8
Total Net Yards 179 297
Rushes-Yards 46-150 34-207
Passing 29 90
Comp-Att-Int 3-8-0 5-9-0
Fumbles-Lost 3-1 0-0
Penalties-Yards 8-48 8-80

Individual statistics

Rushing — Oconto Falls, Samuel Konitzer 13-82. New London, Connor Hoell 25-200.

Passing — Oconto Falls, Samuel Konitzer 2-7-0-25, Alex Johnson 1-1-0-4. New London, Tommy Thurber 5-9-0-90.

Receiving — New London, Jacob Thomas 1-59.

West De Pere 30, Seymour 18

At Seymour, Alex Schmitt ran for two touchdowns and Chandler Diekvoss scored on a 17-yard pass and a 75-yard interception return in the Phantoms’ win over the Thunder.

Beau Mommaerts’ 17-yard pass to Diekvoss put West De Pere ahead 14-6 in the second quarter.

After Schmitt scored on a six-yard run with 2:35 left in the half, Diekvoss then broke the game open when he picked off a pass and returned it 75 yards to put the Phantoms up 27-6 at halftime.

Dylan Beyer rushed for 181 yards on 15 carries, including touchdown runs of 80 and four yards, and caught three passes for 45 yards and a TD to lead Seymour.

West De Pere 7 20 3 0 30
Seymour 6 0 6 6 18

First quarter

WDP – Alex Schmitt 8 run (Shawn Prokash kick)

S – Dylan Beyer 80 run (Kick failed)

Second quarter

WDP – Chandler Diekvoss 17 pass from Beau Mommaerts (Prokash kick)

WDP – Schmitt 6 run (Kick failed)

WDP – Diekvoss 75 interception return (Prokash kick)

Third quarter

WDP – Prokash 32 field goal

S – Beyer 4 run (Kick failed)

Fourth quarter

S – Beyer 33 pass from Dakota Oskey

WDP S
First downs 21 9
Total Net Yards 401 332
Rushes-Yards 53-241 28-214
Passing 160 118
Comp-Att-Int 14-20-0 5-17-0

Individual statistics

Rushing — West De Pere, Aaron Schmitt 22-134. Seymour, Dylan Beyer 15-181.

Passing — West De Pere, Beau Mommaerts 12-18-0-147. Seymour, Dakota Oskey 5-17-1-118.

Receiving — West De Pere, Chandler Diekvoss 10-129. Seymour, Dylan Beyer 3-45.

Oympian/Packerland Conference-Large

Brillion 40, Valders 0

At Brillion, the Lions found early success running the ball against the Vikings and just kept doing it, grinding out 257 yards on 44 carries.

Seven players carried the ball for Brillion with Elliot Piepenburg leading the way with 14 carries for 92 yards and three touchdowns.

The Lions stymied Valders, holding the Vikings to 77 yards rushing and four-of-15 passing for 61 yards.

Valders 0 0 0 0 0
Brillion 14 12 7 7 40

First quarter

B – Rudi Villa 4 run (Riley Eichorst kick)

B – Graham Hasse 8 run (Eichorst kick)

Second quarter

B – Elliot Piepenburg 7 run (kick blocked)

B – Brett Davis 14 run (kick failed)

Third quarter

B – Piepenburg 13 (Eichorst kick)

Fourth quarter

B – Piepenburg 4 run (Eichorst kick)

V B
First downs 9 17
Total Net Yards 138 270
Rushes-Yards 33-77 44-257
Passing 61 13
Comp-Att-Int 4-15-3 1-7-
Fumbles-Lost 6-2 1-0
Penalties-Yards 3-30 5-50

Individual statistics

Rushing — Valders, Tyler Miller 4-38, Paxton Korslin 14-10, Logan Stutte 3-23, Kade Fochs 4-18. Brillion, Rydick Braden 8-34, Rodolfo Villa 7-29, Brett Davis II 4-17, Max Scharf 3-21, Clayton VanThiel 1-5, Graham Hasse 7-62, Elliot Piepenburg 14-92.

Passing — Valders, Paxton Korslin 3-10-0-56, Kade Fochs 1-3-1-5. Brillion, Max Scharf 1-7-0-13.

Receiving — Valders, Austin Kluenker 2-25, Evan Schueler 1-23, Kade Fochs 1-13. Brillion, Graham Hasse 1-13.

Wrightstown 50, Sturgeon Bay 3

At Sturgeon Bay, Dylan Zwick led the Tigers with 157 yards rushing on just six carries, including an 84-yard touchdown scamper in the second quarter.

Zwick also completed 10 of 17 passes for 151. Doug Fabry caught seven of those passes for 110 yards.

Wrightstown 22 14 7 7 50
Sturgeon Bay 0 3 0 0 3

First quarter

W – Dre Dantzler 14 run (Berndt kick)

W – Dantzler 29 run (Dylan Zwick run)

W – Zwick 14 run (Berndt kick)

Second quarter

W – Zwick 84 run (Berndt kick)

W – Mark Baeten 2 run (Berndt kick)

SB – Casey Giesseman 19 field goal

Third quarter

W – Caleb Emmer 1 run (Berndt kick)

Fourth quarter

W – Clayton Tucker 34 pass from Alan Barta (Berndt kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Wrightstown, Dylan Zwick 6-157. Sturgeon Bay, Lucas Stephenson 14-69.

Passing — Wrightstown, Dylan Zwick 10-17-0-151. Sturgeon Bay, Matthew VanBramer 4-19-0-40.

Receiving — Wrightstown, Doug Fabry 7-110. Sturgeon Bay, Riley Cordier 2-22.

» In another Olympian/Packerland-Large game, Chilton fell to Roncalli 21-7.

Oympian/Packerland Conference-Small

Oconto 35, Hilbert 0

At Hilbert, the Blue Devils ran for 415 yards on 51 carries to control the game. Tyler Ferris had 21 carries for 157 yards and two touchdowns for Oconto.

Spenser Thiel rushed for 71 yards on 10 carries for Hilbert.

Oconto 14 0 14 7 35
Hilbert 0 0 0 0 0

First quarter

O – Tyler Ferris 19 run (Conner Moe kick)

O – Ferris 2 run (Moe kick)

Third quarter

O – Corey Herbert 52 run (Moe kick)

O – Brandon Tousey 1 run (Moe kick)

Fourth quarter

O – Gabe Hintz 81 run (Moe kick)

O H
First downs 14 6
Total Net Yards 432 118
Rushes-Yards 51-415 30-99
Passing 17 19
Comp-Att-Int 1-4-0 2-7-1
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 4-2
Penalties-Yards 7-65 3-25

Individual statistics

Rushing — Oconto, Corey Herbert 10-144, Tyler Ferris 21-157. Hilbert, Spenser Thiel 10-71, Adam Mader 10-31.

Passing — Oconto, Corey Herbert 1-4-0-17. Hilbert, Brady Gruett 2-7-1-19.

Receiving — Hilbert, Sean Wiese 1-21.

» In another Olympian/Packerland-Small game, Mishicot topped St. Mary Central 36-19.

Central Wisconsin-8

Shiocton 47, Bonduel 0

At Shiocton, Jacob Van Asten threw four touchdown passes — three to Talon Heinemeyer — and rushed for 179 yards and a touchdown for the Chiefs.

Henry Fielding added 126 yards rushing and two touchdowns for Shiocton.

Bonduel 0 0 0 0 0
Shiocton 6 14 20 7 47

First quarter

S – Talon Heinemeyer 21 pass from Jacob Van Asten (pass failed)

Second quarter

S – Heinemeyer 56 pass from Van Asten (Van Asten run)

S – Heinemeyer 20 pass from Van Asten (run failed)

Third quarter

S – Patrick Brouillard 42 pass from Van Asten (run failed)

S – Van Asten 88 run (Brouillard pass from Heinemeyer)

S – Henry Fielding 38 run (run failed)

Fourth quarter

S – Fielding 66 run (Heinemeyer kick)

B S
First downs 6 19
Total Net Yards 94 515
Rushes-Yards 37-63 40-340
Passing 31 175
Comp-Att-Int 3-11-0 8-11-1
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-2
Penalties-Yards 2-10 11-105

Individual statistics

Rushing — Shiocton, Jacob Van Asten 18-179, Henry Fielding 7-126.

Passing — Shiocton, Jacob Van Asten 6-8-1-158.

Receiving — Shiocton, Talon Heinemeyer 4-106, Patrick Brouillard 4-69.

Amherst 48, Weyauwega-Fremont 8

At Amherst, the Falcons scored three touchdowns in the first quarter and limited the Indians to 16 yards rushing during the game.

Connor Zblewski put Amherst ahead on a 39-yard TD run with 8:58 left in the first quarter and rushed for a game-high 107 yards on 14 carries.

Blake Hudziak was 16-of-34 for 133 passing yards to lead Weyauwega-Fremont.

Wey-Fremont 0 0 0 8 8
Amherst 21 27 0 0 48

First quarter

A – Connor Zblewski 39 run (Garth Groshek kick)

A – Wyatt Brooks 17 pass from Garrett Groshek (Garth Groshek kick)

A – Zblewski fumble recovery (Garth Groshek kick)

Second quarter

A – Garth Groshek 37 pass from Garrett Groshek (Garth Groshek kick)

A – Harry Piotrowski 30 pass from Garrett Groshek (kick failed)

A – Piotrowski 8 run (Garth Groshek kick)

A – Zblewski 5 run (Garth Groshek kick)

Fourth quarter

WF – Dillon Pankow 9 pass from Blake Hudziak (Trevor Flease pass from Hudziak)

WF A
First downs 10 13
Total Net Yards 149 265
Rushes-Yards 21-16 33-157
Passing 133 108
Comp-Att-Int 16-34-0 6-12-0
Fumbles-Lost 4-3 2-0
Penalties-Yards 3-20 3-30

Individual statistics

Rushing — W-F, Adam Krause 4-3, Cody Chase 9-13, Blake Hudziak 4–4, Carl Koch 2-8, Corey Schmidt 1–4. Amherst, Connor Zblewski 14-107, Garrett Groshek 4-8, Spencer Mosurinjohn 3-11, Harry Piotrowski 1-8, Wyatt Brooks 3-21, Brandon Piotrowski 4-5.

Passing — W-F, Blake Hudziak 16-34-0-133. Amherst, Garrett Groshek 6-12-0-108.

Receiving — W-F, Aaron Schroeder 10-79, Brandon Loehrke 4-48. Amherst, Harry Piotrowski 1-30, Wyatt Brooks 2-29, Garth Groshek 2-49.

» In another CWC-8 game, Manawa beat Wittenberg-Birnamwood 33-12.

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