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Gordon a first-teamer

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Kenoshan Melvin Gordon added Associated Press first-team All-American to his resume on Tuesday.

The Wisconsin running back garnered first-team honors following a weekend where he finished second in the Heisman Trophy voting to Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, who also made the first team.

The Doak Walker Award winner as the nation’s top running back, Gordon leads the nation in rushing yards (2,336), rushing yards per game (179.7), rushing touchdowns (26) and is fourth in yards per carry (7.56).


A few words from the finalist

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Bradford graduate and University of Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon was named as a Heisman Trophy finalist on Monday night.

And why not?

Inability to finish drives dooms Bradford

FRANKLIN — It could’ve turned out differently, but this is what happens when you don’t finish.

The underdog Bradford football team put up a gutsy effort in a WIAA Division-1 first-round playoff game at Franklin on Friday night, outgaining the Sabers 331-280 and pushing eight of its nine drives into enemy territory.

Bradford (3-6) vs. Franklin (7-2)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Franklin High School (8222 S. 51st St.)

Bradford in playoffs via formula

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Bradford football coach Matt Rizzo wasn’t doing what most high school football coaches are on the third Friday night of October.

Tremper blocks Bradford

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In its storied history, the Tremper football program has won three WIAA state titles.

Bradford vs. Tremper

When: 7 p.m. Thursday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium

Bradford has playoff spot on the line in matchup with Tremper

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No, the high school football playoffs have not started a week early.

It will only seem that way when Bradford and Tremper close out the regular season with their 54th meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday at Jaskwhich Stadium.

One good half not enough for Bradford in loss at Oak Creek

OAK CREEK — The mission is simple now for the Bradford football team.

Defeat Tremper in next week’s regular-season finale and secure a spot in the WIAA playoffs. Lose, however, and begin preparing for the 2015 season.

Bradford vs. Oak Creek

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Oak Creek High School (340 E. Puetz Road)

Devils stand firm

mlarsen@kenoshanews.com

The Bradford defense bent, but wouldn’t break Friday night.

Prep football preview: Bradford vs. Racine Horlick

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium

Red Devils stop Hawks

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KENOSHA — This one was far from a fluke.

Bradford vs. Indian Trail

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium

Indian Trail has stormed back

In its second game of the season, the Indian Trail football team suffered a 35-0 loss to Stevenson in a weather-shortened non-conference matchup that lasted all of 15 minutes and 42 seconds in Lincolnshire, Ill.

What happened the following week says a lot about the Hawks.

Devils turn one over

mlarsen@kenoshanews.com

When the Bradford football team pops in Friday’s game film, it shall be titled: “The One That Got Away.”

Bradford vs. Racine Case

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium

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.

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

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Bradford Football Roster


    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 32, Bradford 28

    Sept. 26—Bradford 24, Indian Trail 14

    Oct. 3—Bradford 7, Racine Horlick 6

    Oct 10—Oak Creek 32, Bradford 14

    Oct. 16—Tremper 21, Bradford 14

    Playoffs

    Oct. 24 — Franklin 24, Bradford 7

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