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Bradford Football

Franklin too much for Devils

mlarsen@kenoshanews.com

Not much went right for the Bradford football team in Friday night’s Southeast Conference tilt vs. Franklin.

The Red Devils suffered a nightmarish second quarter as the Sabers scored 27 unanswered points to blow open a close game and cruise to a 48-2 victory in a steady rain on a chilly night at Ameche Field.


Bradford vs. Franklin

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Ameche Field

Bradford (0-2) vs. Racine Park (0-2)

When: 7 tonight

Where: Hammes Field (7345 Washington Ave., Racine)

Bradford 31,Racine Park 14

Bradford jumped to a 17-0 lead en route to a 31-14 win over Racine Park Friday in the Southeast Conference opener for both schools at Hammes Field in Racine.

Bradford improved to 1-2 while Racine Park dropped to 0-3.

Red Devils rally, but fall to Brookfield Central

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KENOSHA — Understandably salty after suffering its second defeat in as many weeks against a quality opponent, the Bradford football team should be able to take solace in one thing: The film from Friday night’s 35-28 loss to Brookfield Central will show plenty of positives.

Bradford (0-1) vs. Brookfield Central (0-1)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium

Red Devils cut down

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KENOSHA — The Bradford football team knew it had its work cut out for itself with two-time defending WIAA Division-1 state champion Arrowhead coming to call in Friday’s opener.

Bradford vs. Arrowhead

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium

Bradford starts with a toughie

KENOSHA — A recent preseason article about the two-time defending WIAA Division-1 state champion Arrowhead football team featured an eye-catching headline.

“Arrowhead casts itself as Division-1 underdog”

Bradford shifts gears

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After having its seven-year playoff streak snapped in 2013, some changes were in order for the Bradford football program.

Not just a few tweaks either. We’re talking a bonafide head-to-toe makeover.

Ex-Red Devil Clunis in national championship game with UW-Whitewater

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While chasing opposing quarterbacks is nothing new for Kevon Clunis, doing so in the Stagg Bowl will be.

Clunis, a Bradford graduate, and UW-Whitewater (14-0) will face Mount Union (14-0) in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl for the NCAA Division III national championship at 6 p.m. Friday in Salem, Va. The game will be televised live on ESPNU.

Ex-Red Devil Keels signs with Nebraska

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KENOSHA — Joe Keels made it official on Wednesday: After originally verbally committing to Wisconsin, the Bradford graduate will play football at the University of Nebraska.

Bradford runs down Tremper

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KENOSHA — Try telling the Bradford offensive linemen that Thursday night’s season finale was a meaningless game.

Featuring center Chris Benn, tackles Matt Hernandez and Logan Schmaling, guards Steve Melotik and Seth Tinker and tight end Chase Petersen in a starring role, the Red Devils manhandled Tremper, 41-24, in a Southeast Conference game at Ameche Field.

Bradford vs. Tremper

When: 7:12 p.m. Thursday

Where: Ameche Field

Tremper, Bradford in Thursday showdown

KENOSHA — Thump-thump. Thump-thump. Thump-thump.

Apparently, the Tremper football team has a postseason heartbeat after all.

Bradford-Tremper football photo gallery

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Here is a look at some photographs from recent Bradford-Tremper football games.

The teams meet on Thursday at 7:12 p.m. at Ameche Field.

Bradford’s playoff hopes end with loss to Oak Creek

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KENOSHA — Oak Creek seemed to always have an answer on Saturday afternoon at Jaskwhich Stadium.

Three times after the Bradford football team scored a touchdown, the Knights immediately responded with one of their own.

Bradford vs. Oak Creek

When: 1 p.m. Saturday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium

Bradford keeps playoff hopes flickering with win

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MOUNT PLEASANT — Clinging to its slim playoff hopes, the Bradford football team put together its most complete performance of the season in beating Racine Horlick 27-13 in a Southeast Conference game at Hammes Field.

Bradford vs. Racine Horlick

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Hammes Field (7345 Washington Ave., Racine)

Hawks overwhelm Red Devils

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KENOSHA — A near-perfect first quarter was all that the playoff-bound Indian Trail football team needed on Friday night.

After scoring a combined 20 points in the first quarter in their first five games of the season, the Hawks exploded for 28 in the first 12 minutes in a 42-14 Southeast Conference victory over Bradford at Jaskwhich Stadium.

Bradford vs. Indian Trail

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium

Red Devils’ state title run fuels Hawks

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KENOSHA — Two years ago, the sophomore football players at Indian Trail — then playing a junior varsity schedule — couldn’t help but notice Bradford.

After all, the Red Devils were playing their home games on Indian Trail’s field at Jaskwhich Stadium.

Case’s big plays sink Bradford

RACINE — Watching the Bradford football team Friday was like watching a man repeatedly attempt to construct a house of cards during a toddler’s birthday party.

No matter how much diligence, hard work and patience the Red Devils employed on offense to score their points, Racine Case instantly tornadoed Bradford’s efforts to the ground time after time in dealing the Red Devils a painful 40-35 loss in a Southeast Conference game at Hammes Field.

Bradford vs. Racine Case

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Hammes Field (7345 Washington Ave., Racine)

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    Published:

    No. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr.

    1 Alexio Rosales RB 6-2 190 Sr.

    2 Tony Martin QB 5-10 150 Fr.

    3 Jeremy Willis WR 6-0 160 Jr.

    4 Oliver Rivas LB 5-10 190 Sr.

    5 La’Ryan Johnson LB 6-1 225 Sr.

    7 Mitchell Capelli DB 5-8 160 Jr.

    9 Nate McDonald DB 5-10 160 Jr.

    10 Cam Herda WR 5-11 165 Jr.

    12 Mason Bose DB 5-6 165 Sr.

    14 Jordan Christensen LB 5-11 195 Sr.

    15 Mitchell Hoff QB 6-1 175 Jr.

    16 John Ward LB 5-10 170 Jr.

    17 Kyle Newman LB 5-9 185 Jr.

    19 Kyle Sinclair K 5-11 185 Jr.

    20 Isaiah Williams RB 5-9 140 Sr.

    21 Jake Kentala DB 5-11 170 Jr.

    22 Frank Lucchetta DB 5-9 170 Jr.

    23 Steve Stover DB 5-11 170 Sr.

    24 Ulises Jimenez RB 5-8 155 Jr.

    25 Cory Knutsen DB 5-10 165 Sr.

    26 Lenny Kiser DB 6-1 160 Jr.

    27 Mateo Infusino RB 5-8 165 Sr.

    28 Riley Christensen DB 5-10 150 Jr.

    30 Niko DeLaCruz DB 5-8 145 Jr.

    31 Riccardo Mattioli WR 5-6 150 Jr.

    33 Zack Kaye RB 5-11 175 Sr.

    34 Noah Rosales LB 6-0 210 So.

    39 Donnie Jackson LB 5-9 175 Jr.

    42 Scottie Bobeck LB 5-10 185 Jr.

    45 Tyler Schouten LB 5-10 175 So.

    49 Alex Dages DL 6-0 185 Jr.

    50 Joe Young DL 6-1 175 Jr.

    51 Josh Labbe OL 5-11 240 Jr.

    52 Steven Soto OL 5-9 215 Sr.

    53 Chris Vertz DL 6-1 180 Jr.

    54 Matt Capelli OL 6-0 220 Sr.

    55 Tyler Nichols DL 5-9 250 Sr.

    56 Piao Guerrero DL 5-10 251 Sr.

    57 Desean Canady DL 5-9 255 Jr.

    58 Tavares Cannon DL 6-1 220 Sr.

    59 Maurice Bland DL 6-0 227 Jr.

    60 Ronnie Duffin OL 5-10 230 Jr.

    61 Chris Benn OL 6-1 205 Sr.

    63 J.J. Vega OL 6-2 235 Jr.

    64 C.J. Scott OL 6-3 225 Jr.

    66 Mitch Schend OL 5-10 185 Jr.

    67 Selman Aliji OL 6-3 300 Jr.

    70 Trevor Wester DL 5-10 240 Jr.

    72 Collin Aker DL 6-3 270 Jr.

    75 Cedric Williams OL 6-3 280 Sr.

    78 Nick Sharp OL 5-11 280 Jr.

    79 Brandon Olson DL 5-11 290 Jr.

    80 Chase Petersen TE 6-2 190 Jr.

    81 Cody Steinmetz WR 5-11 145 Sr.

    82 Austin Henningfield WR 5-11 185 Jr.

    83 Nelson McDaniel WR 5-9 140 Jr.

    84 Jake Piehl TE 6-1 190 Jr.

    85 Isiah Brewer WR 6-0 170 Jr.

    Head coach—Matt Rizzo, second season

    Assistant coaches—Mike Greinke, Scott Steger, Larry Kamin, John Choi, Brad Fortney, Bill Vassos, Jeremy Sowma, Aaron Williams, Karl Richter, Gaz Osmani, Cody Mathias, Brandon Mecozzi, Shawnelle Gross

Bradford schedule and results


    Published:

    (Home games at Jaskwhich Stadium unless noted otherwise)

    Aug. 22—Arrowhead 33, Bradford 0

    Aug. 29—Brookfield Central 35, Bradford 28

    Sept. 5—Bradford 31, Racine Park 14

    Sept. 12—Franklin 48, Bradford 2

    Sept. 19—Racine Case, 7 p.m.

    Sept. 26—at Indian Trail, 7 p.m.

    Oct. 3—Racine Horlick, 7 p.m.

    Oct 10—at Oak Creek, 7 p.m.

    Oct. 16—Tremper, 7 p.m.

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