September 29, 2016
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The inaugural game at Mary D. Bradford Stadium last Thursday night between Bradford and Indian Trail came down to a final few frantic seconds before the Hawks prevailed 41-38. ( KENOSHA NEWS FILE PHOTO BY BRIAN PASSINO )

A confusing finish for Bradford, Indian Trail

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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.

Bradford junior quarterback Tony Martin was white-hot and had led the Red Devils from their 6-yard line to the Hawks’ 19 with 20 seconds left after a 14-yard strike to Jasir Woods.


Indian Trail survives thriller over Bradford

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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

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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

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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.

Prep football: Indian Trail (1-1, 1-0 SEC) vs. Tremper (1-2, 1-0 SEC)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Tremper High School (Ameche Field), 8560 26th Ave.

Tremper returns to renovated Ameche Field vs. Indian Trail

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The new-look Tremper football team will christen new-look Ameche Field by hosting Indian Trail in a Southeast Conference game at 7 p.m. Friday.

And the Trojans, at least, are also hoping for a new result against their crosstown rival.

Heart condition ends football career

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A previously undetected heart condition that sent him into cardiac arrest on the field Thursday night has ended the football career of Indian Trail High School graduate Michael Roach.

Roach, a junior outside linebacker, collapsed during Wofford’s season-opening game against Tennessee Tech in Cookeville, Tenn.

Indian Trail grad Roach expected to leave hospital soon

Indian Trail graduate Michael Roach remained hospitalized Friday at Cookeville (Tenn.) Regional Medical Center after he collapsed during Wofford’s football game at Tennessee Tech on Thursday night.

Roach, a junior linebacker, underwent a variety of tests on Thursday night and Friday morning and he is expected to be released in the near future, the school said.

Indian Trail crushes Park

Friday’s 40-0 victory over visiting Racine Park may or may not be Indian Trail’s first official win of the season.

Whatever the WIAA decides about the Hawks’ season-opening contest against Germantown (Indian Trail led 21-7 at halftime when the game was halted due to weather), Friday’s result was definitely a “W,” as the Panthers (0-3) were held scoreless for the third time this season.

Prep football: Racine Park (0-2) at Indian Trail (0-1)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Jaskwhich Stadium, 6800 60th St.

Indian Trail grad Roach collapses during Wofford football game

COOKEVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Wofford’s Michael Roach, an Indian Trail graduate, collapsed during a football game against Tennessee Tech on Thursday night.

In the third quarter, Roach, a junior who started at outside linebacker, collapsed near the Terriers’ bench and was treated by members of the athletic staff, team doctors and EMS. He was administered CPR on the field before being transported by ambulance to Cookeville Regional Hospital.

Kenosha college football connections

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Here’s a look at where some Kenosha County products are opening their college football seasons:

Player (position, school, high school, opener)

Monday Morning Quarterback: Suspended opener back on?

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There seems to be some confusion as to how, exactly, Indian Trail’s Week 1 game at Germantown will be counted in the standings.

The game was suspended due to lightning with the Hawks leading 21-7 at halftime.

Monday Morning Quarterback: Experience pays off

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There were plenty of accolades to go around after Wilmot’s 64-7 thumping of visiting Cudahy on Friday.

Included in the praise was the work of the Panthers’ talented underclassmen who have helped their team post a 2-0 record in a pair of non-conference contests heading into Friday’s Southern Lakes Conference opener with defending co-champion Waterford.

Mistakes doom Hawks

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Make the amount of mistakes the Indian Trail football team did in the first half against even a pedestrian opponent, and you’ll dig yourself a hole.

Make them against a powerhouse team like defending WIAA Division-2 state champion Mequon Homestead, and you’ll be playing from the floor of the Grand Canyon.

Prep football: Mequon Homestead (0-1) vs. Indian Trail (0-0)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Indian Trail High School (Jaskwhich Stadium), 6800 60th St.

Weather derails Indian Trail

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The Indian Trail football team couldn’t have asked for a better start.

The finish … well, there wasn’t a finish.

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