Prep football: Scott Venci's area rankings, awards

Prep football: Scott Venci's area rankings, awards


Prep football: Scott Venci's area rankings, awards


Prep football rankings and awards after Week 3 of the 2013 season.


1. Bay Port (3-0): The Pirates remained undefeated with a 42-21 win over Pulaski and have scored at least 40 points in each game this season. Bay Port plays four of its next five games on the road, starting this week at Green Bay Notre Dame.

2. West De Pere (3-0): The Phantoms scored a season-high 63 points in a win over Marinette. The defense has allowed just 14 points in the first three games.

3. Ashwaubenon (3-0): The Jaguars have put themselves in good position to compete for the Fox River Classic Conference championship with their perfect start. Their next three opponents — Green Bay West, Green Bay East and Pulaski — are a combined 1-9.

4. Wrightstown (3-0): The next two games will decide the Tigers’ conference title hopes in the Olympian/Packerland-Large. Wrightstown will host undefeated Kewaunee on Friday before playing at conference favorite Manitowoc Roncalli on Sept. 20.

5. Green Bay Notre Dame (3-0): The last time the Tritons started a season winning their first three games was 2008, the year they won the FRCC championship. Big test against Bay Port on Friday.

6. Green Bay Southwest (2-1): The Trojans let a late lead slip away in a 20-17 loss to Ashwaubenon. They still rushed for 276 yards, including 104 yards on 11 carries by senior Jacob Gorzek.

7. Seymour (2-1): The Thunder couldn’t get much going in a 28-2 loss to Hortonville. Seymour had not lost to any team in the Bay Conference other than West De Pere in more than two years.

8. Algoma (3-0): The Wolves had little trouble in a 62-12 win over Menasha St. Mary. Algoma has scored 60 or more points in a game twice the past four seasons, both times against the Zephyrs.

9. Kewaunee (3-0): The Storm blanked Valders 56-0 and has outscored its first three opponents 132-19.

10. Green Bay Preble (2-1): The Hornets are averaging 36.5 points in their last two games after being held to one touchdown in a season-opening loss to Ashwaubenon.

Team of the week

Ashwaubenon: The Jaguars remained perfect with a 20-17 win at Green Bay Southwest.

Wide receciver Sam Wisneski had a big night, catching six passes for 127 yards and two touchdowns. His 34-yard TD gave Ashwaubenon a late lead it wouldn’t relinquish.

Players of the week

Logan Szymanski, Pulaski: The senior quarterback had a big day in a loss to Bay Port, rushing 21 times for 180 yards and three touchdowns and throwing for 50 yards.

Cory Cegelski, Green Bay Preble: Rushed 16 times for 140 yards and two TDs at Sheboygan South.

Chandler Diekvoss, West De Pere: The senior receiver caught five passes for 162 yards and two TDs against Marinette.


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