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Sunday, October 21, 2007

Rematches brewing as playoffs take shape

--Badger, Big Foot and Elkhorn begin post-season Tuesday

Lakeshore co-champion Lake Geneva Badger secured a conference co-championship in the last game of the regular season with a 14-7 overtime victory over Racine St. Catherine's.

The Badgers, (6-3), open the 2007 WIAA Football Playoffs with a rematch with Fort Atkinson (6-3) Tuesday night, Oct. 23, 2007. Badger was a 42-21 victim of the Blackhawks in a nonconference game three weeks ago.

The Rock Valley Conference may be in for a replay of Thursday's title game, which unbeaten Walworth Big Foot won, 21-15, over five-time defending champion Evansville.

If both win their Division 4 playoff openers Tuesday, they'll meet again Saturday.

Big Foot (9-0), a No. 1 seed, begins the postseason at home Tuesday against St. Francis (5-4). Evansville, a No. 4 seed, hosts Belleville/Albany (4-5).

Southern Lakes co-champions Milton (7-2) and Elkhorn (8-1) are jammed into a power-packed bracket in Division 2. The third-seeded Elks host Badger North runner-up DeForest (8-1), which has lost only to Waunakee, 24-21, while the second-seeded Red Hawks open against Classic Eight runner-up Kettle Moraine (7-2). The winners play each other.

In the upper half of that bracket, top-seeded Waunakee (9-0) hosts Monona Grove (4-5), while Fort Atkinson (6-3) hits the road to face

WIAA Football Playoffs pairings


Games Tuesday

(7 p.m. starting times)


Fort Atkinson (6-3, 4-2) at No. 4 Lake Geneva Badger (6-3, 5-1)

DeForest (8-1, 5-1) at Elkhorn (8-1, 5-1)


St. Francis (5-4, 5-3) at No. 1 Walworth Big Foot (9-0, 7-0)

Results last week


Elkhorn 48 East Troy 14

Badger 14 Racine St Cat 7 (OT)

Waterford 20 Union Grove 14

Catholic Central 41 St. John's 15

Burlington 14 Racine Horlick 0


Big Foot 21 Evansville 15

Fort Atkinson 42 Delavan 12

Milton 42 Westosha 12

Jefferson 32 Whitewater 8

Fall River 28 Williams Bay 14

Wayland Academy 30 Alden Hebron 14

Turner 37 Clinton 20

Monday, October 15, 2007

High school football, Friday, Oct. 12, 2007


Milton 49, Elkhorn 7

Delavan-Darien 28, East Troy 20

Fort Atkinson 10 Jefferson 0

Waterford 14 Badger 0

Westosha 49, Wilmot 0

Union Grove 10, Whitewater 7

Big Foot 28, Parkview 3

Oak Creek 35, Burlington 14

Catholic Central 48, Shoreland Lutheran 26

Williams Bay 21, Green Lake 20

Evansville 40, Brodhead 20

Edgerton 48, Clinton 7

Palmyra 25, Turner 0


UW-Whitewater 26, Oshkosh 14

Penn State 38, Wisconsin 7


Mike Walker of Big Foot rushed for 123 yards on 10 carries and scored two touchdowns as the Chiefs beat Orfordville 28-3 to remain undefeated. The Chiefs will meet Evansville for the Rock Valley Championship Thursday night at Big Foot

Michael Gonzalez of Delavan-Darien threw two touchdown passes in the third quarter as the Comets beat East Troy 28-20. Zach Cervantes of the Comets rushed for 154 yards on 19 carries. East Troy quarterback Jory Tess rushed for two touchdowns and also threw a touchdown pass.

Catholic Central quarterback Reese Hartledge threw for 237 yards and four touchdowns also running for another touchdown to lead the Hilltoppers to a 48-26 win over Shoreland Lutheran. Max Vos of the Hilltoppers rushed for 181 yards and scored two touchdowns.

Williams Bay hung on for a 21-20 Homecoming game win Saturday over Green Lake. The Bulldogs led 21-7 at the half led by quarterback Ben Miller who threw two touchdown passes. Green Lake missed a 33 yard field goal as time expired.

UW-Whitewater stayed atop of the WIAC Standings with a 26-14 win over UW-Oshkosh. Jeff Schebler kicked four field goals to lead the Hawks to their 18th straight conference win. Justin Beaver rushed for 187 yards on 35 carries as he passed the 5,000 yard career rushing mark becoming the first player in WIAC history to surpass that. The Warhawks are 4-0 and will play at UW-Steven Point Saturday, the Pointers are 3-0 in conference play.

Standings/upcoming games

Southern Lakes Conference

Milton, 5-1

Elkhorn, 4-1

Fort Atkinson, 3-2

Jefferson, 2-3

Whitewater, 2-3

East Troy, 1-4

Delavan, 1-4

Games Wednesday, Oct. 17

Elkhorn at East Troy

Games Thursday Oct 18

Whitewater at Jefferson

Fort Atkinson at Delavan

Westosha at Milton(NC)

Lakeshore Conference

Racine St Catherine's, 5-0

Badger, 4-1

Waterford, 4-1

Westosha, 3-3

Union Grove, 2-3

Wilmot, 0-5

Kenosha St Joe, 0-5

Games Wednesday, Oct. 17

Badger at Racine St. Catherine

Union Grove at Waterford

Wilmot receives 2-0 forfeit win over Kenosha St. Joe

Rock Valley Conference

Big Foot, 6-0

Evansville, 6-0

Brodhead, 4-2

Edgerton, 3-3

Palmyra, 3-3

Turner, 1-5

Parkview, 1-5

Clinton, 0-6

Games Thursday, Oct. 18

Evansville at Big Foot

Clinton at Turner

Palmyra at Brodhead

Other Games

St. Johns at Catholic Central (Wednesday, Oct. 17)

Racine Horlick at Burlington (Wednesday, Oct. 17)

Williams Bay at Fall River (Thursday, Oct. 18)

Monday, October 8, 2007

High school football, Friday, Oct. 5, 2007


Elkhorn 42, Wilmot 0

Milton 34, Delavan 14

For Atkinson 48, Whitewater 20

Jefferson 35, East Troy 0

Badger 42, Union Grove 24

Waterford 43, Milwaukee Pulaski 0

Racine St. Catherine 21, Westosha 6

Big Foot 48, Turner 0

Cambria Freisland 40, Williams Bay 0

Racine Park 10, Burlington 9

Catholic Central 34, Racine Lutheran 31

Marantha Baptist 14, Alden Hebron 6

Evansville 34, Palmyra 7

Parkview 20, Clinton 12


Whitewater 38, River Falls 12

Illinois 31, Wisconsin 26


Badger high quarterback Jared Stan ran for four touchdowns to lead the Badgers to a 42-24 win over Union Grove. The Badgers rushed for 416 total yards while improving to 4-0 in the Lakeshore Conference.

Alex Lockwood of Elkhorn rushed for 148 yards on 16 carries, scoring three touchdowns as the Elks rolled over Wilmot 42-0.

Whitewater quarterback Grant Bughman rushed for 154 yards on 13 carries in a losing effort as the Whippets lost to Fort 48-20.

Catholic Central quarterback Reese Hartledge threw for 270 yards and four touchdowns as the Hilltoppers beat Racine Lutheran 34-31. The win puts the Hilltoppers in a tie for first with Racine Lutheran in the Midwest Classic Conference.

Justin Beaver of UW-Whitewater ran for 233 yards on 25 carries and scored 2 touchdowns leading the Warhawks to a 38-12 win over UW-River Falls. Beaver has now rushed for over 200 yards in a game seven times, a school record

Standings/Upcoming games

Southern Lakes

Elkhorn, 5-0

Milton, 4-1

Jefferson, 2-2

Fort Atkinson, 2-2

Whitewater, 2-3

East Troy , 1-3

Delavan, 0-4

Games Friday

Elkhorn at Milton

Delavan-Darien at East Troy

Jefferson at Fort Atkinson

Union Grove at Whitewater(NC)

Lakeshore Conference Standings

Badger, 4-0

Racine St. Catherine, 4-0

Waterford, 3-1

Westosha, 2-3

Union Grove, 2-3

Wilmot, 0-5

Kenosha St. Joe , 0-5

Games Friday

Waterford at Badger

Wilmot at Westosha

Racine St Cat forfeit win over Kenosha St Joe

Rock Valley Conference

Big Foot, 5-0

Evansville, 5-0

Brodhead, 4-1

Edgerton, 2-3

Palmyra, 2-3

Turner, 1-4

Clinton, 0-5

Parkview, 0-5

Games Friday

Big Foot at Parkview

Brodhead at Evansville

Clinton at Edgerton

Turner at Palmyra

Other Games Friday

Catholic Central at Shoreland Lutheran

Oak Creek at Burlington

Green Lake at Williams Bay (Sat 12 pm)

Alden Hebron at North Shore

Monday, October 1, 2007

High school football, Friday, Sept. 28, 2007


Elkhorn 41, Delavan-Darien 7

Milton 41, Jefferson 28

Whitewater 28, East Troy 19

Fort Atkinson 42, Badger 21

Waterford 28, Westosha 14

Racine St. Catherine 41, Wilmot 0

Big Foot 40, Clinton 0

Johnson Creek 48, Williams Bay 6

Kenosha Tremper 49, Burlington 9

Evansville 41, Edgerton 0

Brodhead 47, Turner 6

Palmyra Eagle 21, Parkview 7

Catholic Central 41, Lake Country Lutheran 6


UW-Whitewater 35, La Crosse 28

Eau Claire 21, Oshkosh 20

Stout 28, Platteville 7

Stevens Pt 45, River Falls 42

Wisconsin 37, Michigan St 34


Justin Spaulding of Milton rushed for 250 yards on 19 carries, scoring three touchdowns to lead the Red Hawks past Jefferson, 41-28. Milton quarterback Zach Fry was eight of 14 for 123 yards passing and one touchdown.

Alex Lockwood of Elkhorn rushed for 187 yards on 14 carries, scoring three touchdowns as the Elks rolled past Delavan-Darien 41-7. The Elkhorn offense had over 500 total yards. Zach Cervantes led the Comets with 11 carries for 149 yards and one touchdown.

Quarterback Matt Belz of Fort Atkinson completed 13 of 16 for 193 yards and three touchdowns at Fort beat Badger, 42-21 in a non-conference game.

Grant Bughman of Whitewater rushed 21 times for 186 yards and two touchdowns, he also three a touchdown pass as Whitewater beat East Troy 28-19. Trojans quarterback Jory Tess was 14 of 33 for 186 yards and two touchdowns passing.

Catholic Central quarterback Resse Hartledge for 14 of 26 for 255 yards and three touchdown passes as the Hilltoppers beat Lake Country Lutheran 41-6.

UW-Whitewater was down 28-10 in the fourth quarter, then proceeded to score 25 straight points to beat La Crosse 35-28. Quarterback Danny Jones threw two touchdown passes to Matt Gifford and runningback Jake Anderson added a one-yard touchdown for the win. The Warhawks are now 2-0 in conference and 3-1 overall.

Standings/upcoming games

Southern Lakes Conference

Elkhorn, 4-0

Milton, 3-1

Whitewater, 2-2

Jefferson, 2-2

East Troy, 1-2

Fort Atkinson, 1-2

Delavan-Darine, 0-3

Games Friday, Oct. 5

East Troy at Jefferson

Milton at Delavan-Darien

Fort Atkinson at Whitewater

Elkhorn at Wilmot (NC)

Lakeshore Conference

Badger, 3-0

Racine St. Catherine, 3-0

Waterford, 2-1

Westosha, 2-2

Union Grove, 2-2

Wilmot, 0-4

Kenosha St. Joseph, 0-4

Games Friday, Oct. 5

Badger at Union Grove

Milwaukee Pulaski at Waterford (NC)

Westosha at Racine St Catherine (Saturday, Oct. 6)

Rock Valley Conference

Big Foot, 4-0

Evansville, 4-0

Brodhead, 3-1

Edgerton, 2-2

Palmyra Eagle, 2-2

Turner, 1-3

Clinton, 0-4

Parkview, 0-4

Games Friday, Oct. 5

Big Foot at Turner

Parkview at Clinton

Evansville at Palmyra

Other Games

Williams Bay at Cambria-Friesland

Burlington at Racine Park

Racine Lutheran at Catholic Centra (Saturday, Oct. 6)

Marantha Baptist at Alden Hebron (Saturday, Oct. 6)

College, Saturday, Oct. 6

River Falls at Whitewater

Wisconsin at Illinois

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