October 23, 2016
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Horlick overwhelms Indian Trail

RACINE — When the Indian Trail football team played Racine Horlick two weeks ago, it saw plenty of Rebels star running back Joe Garcia.

But on Friday night, Garcia was back for an encore — and his second act was just as good as his first.

Garcia, who entered the WIAA Division-1 playoff opener with 1,286 yards and 21 touchdowns added 255 yards on nine carries and four more scores as the Rebels routed the Hawks 56-6.

Prep football: Indian Trail (5-4) at Racine Horlick (7-2)

WIAA Division-1 playoffs, first round

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Oak Creek nips Indian Trail

Oak Creek went for two points and the win and converted with 42 seconds left Friday night to nip host Indian Trail, 29-28, in a Southeast Conference football game.

The Hawks (5-4, 4-3) entered the fourth quarter leading 28-14, but Oak Creek (6-3, 4-3) scored with 11:10 left and then got the winner to become playoff eligible.

Prep football: Oak Creek (5-3, 3-3 SEC) at Indian Trail (5-3, 4-2)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium, 6800 68th Ave.

Leading Off: Roach coming along


Michael Roach is doing just fine, thank you.

When we last visited the Indian Trail graduate he was stepping away from football.

MMQB: Lancers not worrying


St. Joseph’s chance to win its first conference championship since 2005, when it was a member of the now-defunct Lakeshore Conference, is all but over following the Lancers’ 24-13 loss to Racine St. Catherine’s on Friday night at Ameche Field on Friday night.

While St. Catherine’s (6-2, 5-1 MCC) clinched at least a share of the Metro Classic Conference title with the win, St. Joseph (5-3 overall) dropped into a three-way tie for second in the eight-team league at 4-2 with Greendale Martin Luther (6-2 overall) and Racine Lutheran (5-3 overall).

Hawks can’t keep pace with Racine Horlick

RACINE — If you’re a fan of offensive football, Horlick Athletic Field was the place to be Friday night — because there was plenty.

Indian Trail and Racine Horlick combined for 1,160 total yards and 98 points, but it was the Hawks who came out on the short end of a 63-35 Southeast Conference setback.

Prep football: Indian Trail (5-2, 4-1 SEC) at Racine Horlick (5-2, 3-2 SEC)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Horlick Athletic Field, 1648 N. Memorial Drive, Racine

Leading Off: An early prep football playoff primer


If you haven’t gotten out to see a county high school football game yet, there are plenty of playoff and conference title implications with two regular-season weeks remaining.

Allow me to be your tour guide.

Monday Morning Quarterback


If you attended Indian Trail’s Southeast Conference game against Franklin at Jaskwhich Stadium on Friday night and didn’t notice Indian Trail senior defensive lineman Daviyon Nixon, then you must’ve either had your eyes closed or spent copious amounts of time purchasing concessions.

Even though the Hawks lost 30-6, the 6-foot-5, 289-pound Nixon — an NCAA Division I Northern Illinois recruit — was arguably the best player on the field.

Franklin thumps Indian Trail


For years, area coaches have incurred cold sweats preparing to defend the perennially potent Franklin offense.

It was the other side of the ball that caused Indian Trail to suffer a long, rainy nightmare against the Sabers on Friday night.

Prep football: Franklin (5-1, 4-0 SEC) vs. Indian Trail (4-1, 4-0 SEC)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium, 6800 60th St.

Indian Trail seeks rare win over Franklin


Friday night, the Indian Trail football team will attempt to do something that no Kenosha County team has done since Sept. 2, 2011, and no Southeast Conference team has done since Sept. 19, 2014.

Beat Franklin.

A confusing finish for Bradford, Indian Trail


From the opening ceremonies to the final play, Thursday’s inaugural game at Mary D. Bradford Stadium was packed with nonstop action.

It was interrupted, however, by a lot of confusion during a critical sequence on Bradford’s last-gasp drive, which ended in a missed field goal as Indian Trail held on for a 41-38 victory.

Indian Trail survives thriller over Bradford



The first football game ever played at Mary D. Bradford Stadium may remain the most exciting for quite some time.

Former Indian Trail football player Manny Jones catching on at UW-Whitewater


UW-Whitewater football player Manny Jones was told if he worked hard in the offseason, his playing time would increase. But the amount the 5-foot-10 sophomore wideout from Indian Trail has received so far has exceeded even his expectations.

“You have to pinch yourself when you go out there, but it’s settling in now,” he said. “I’m starting to learn my role and I’m just going from there.”

Prep football: Indian Trail (3-1, 3-0 SEC) vs. Bradford (1-4, 1-2 SEC)

When: 7 p.m. Thursday

Where: Mary D. Bradford Stadium, 3700 Washington Rd.

Wenberg-Carmickle combination carries Indian Trail to win

Jared Wenberg threw three touchdown passes to Armani Carmickle and ran for another score as the Indian Trail football team pasted Racine Case 41-20 in a Southeast Conference game at Jaskwhich Stadium on Friday night.

The Hawks scored the game’s first 21 points in improving to 3-0 in the SEC to keep pace with Franklin, which defeated Oak Creek (3-1 overall). Case dropped to 0-3 and 0-5.

Racine Case (0-4, 0-2 SEC) vs. Indian Trail (2-1, 2-0)

When: 7 tonight

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium, 6800 60th St.

A big win for Hawks over Trojans



If there was a Southeast Conference fantasy football league, owners of players from Indian Trail and Tremper would’ve seen their points skyrocket like a red-hot slot machine on Friday night.

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