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Noah Ahles, Shoreland Lutheran

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WAUWATOSA — The Indian Trail football team’s opening drive of the second half in Friday night’s 41-17 WIAA Division-1 second-round playoff loss to Milwaukee Marquette at Wauwatosa’s Hart Park was interesting in that it was impressive for both programs.

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WAUWATOSA — The story seemed to be written early, as it is so many times when top seeds roll through their opponents in the early rounds of the postseason.

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RACINE — In a way, Indian Trail’s 41-21 loss to Racine Horlick in its Southeast Conference finale on Friday night at Horlick Field was exactly like the losses that ended its three most recent seasons.

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On a cold, windy Thursday night at Jaskwhich Stadium, those in attendance to watch the Indian Trail and Bradford football teams square off in a Southeast Conference game were equipped with the requisite blankets, hats, gloves and hot beverages.

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The Indian Trail football team experienced very different emotions in one week.

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OAK CREEK — Senior running back Jaylen Grant admitted he wasn’t sure the play would work.

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The first half of Friday’s Southeast Conference game between Indian Trail and Racine Case at Jaskwhich Stadium could adequately be called rag-tag, hodge-podge, unsightly football.

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RACINE — Don’t ask Indian Trail football coach Paul Hoffman who his team plays next week. Quite frankly, he neither knows nor cares.

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Not that the first two weeks weren’t important, but now the “real” season begins for Kenosha County football teams.

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The flag just sat there crumpled on the field, almost as if to taunt the Indian Trail football team.

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After the Indian Trail football team reached the WIAA Division-1 playoffs four consecutive seasons under head coach Mike McKay, the Hawks missed out by a game in 2017 under first-year head man Paul Hoffman.

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The games don’t count for another week, but Kenosha County high school football teams will further their preparation for the season by participating in scrimmages today.

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Backyard barbecues, lazy days in the pool and summer driving trips show no signs of abating soon, but today serves a reminder that we’re creeping toward fall again.

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The offer from Alabama was nice and all, but Daviyon Nixon is still going to play for Iowa.

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Daviyon Nixon had one question for Alabama defensive line coach Karl Dunbar on Tuesday night when he offered the 2017 Indian Trail graduate a full scholarship to play for the No. 1-ranked football team in the country.

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The Indian Trail Hawks did everything they could to keep unbeaten Racine Horlick from running over them. They partially succeeded.

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The Bradford football team spent most of the first half on Friday night absorbing self-inflicted wounds on offense and getting outflanked by a clever and effective Indian Trail running game on defense.

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The injury bug continues to bite the top high school football players in Kenosha County.

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