Prior to the season, Indian Trail football coach Paul Hoffman said that strong-armed sophomore Argjent Ismali would be mixed in at quarterback with incumbent senior Alex Jarvis.
And then there were three.
The Wilmot football team’s defense is firing on all cylinders going into the postseason, which is of course a great sign.
Sometimes, without the ability to watch replays or postgame film, it’s not easy to notice the singular dominance of a defensive player in a high school football game.
Of course the Wilmot and Lake Geneva Badger football teams played a thriller Friday night.
The offensive players on the Oak Creek football team were probably seeing the No. 7 when they closed their eyes this weekend.
The 58th edition of the Bradford-Tremper rivalry probably won’t go down as an instant classic.
In an interview prior to the season, Bradford coach Troy Bowe didn’t hold back in superlatives when describing the athletic ability of his sophomore trio of Tavy Crump, Martice Fuller and Damarion Williams, who he said could all play receiver or defensive back.
Whether it was senior quarterback Alex Jarvis grinding out the tough yards, senior placekicker Jake Laurent drilling it from distance or juniors Josiah Jackson and Amariyon Lynch bolting into the clear, Indian Trail’s arsenal was on full display Friday night in an impressive 41-0 victory ove…
Bradford freshman running back Jalen Handford made his varsity debut an impressive one in Friday night’s 28-7 Southeast Conference home loss to Oak Creek.
WILMOT — There was one sequence of plays Friday night in Wilmot’s 24-14 Southern Lakes Conference loss to Waterford at Frank Bucci Field that showed exactly how tenacious the Panthers’ defense was.
It’s become a reason to boast for one school and a reason to lament for another.
The runners came from everywhere in Indian Trail’s 34-6 Southeast Conference win over Tremper on Friday night at Jaskwhich Stadium.
The growth of the Tremper football team and senior quarterback Jayden Boero continues.
This time, the Bradford football team only needed four quarters.
When the fourth quarter dawned on the Central football team’s 42-20 non-conference loss Friday to visiting Woodstock (Ill.) North, the Falcons’ much-anticipated high-powered passing game had for the most part remained grounded.
That loud thump heard at the end of Friday night’s Tremper-West Allis Central game at Ameche Field was the sound of a large gorilla being thrown from the back of third-year head coach Scott McGranahan.
Wilmot football coach Keiya Square probably doesn’t want to see his quarterback, Zach Lamberson, struggle to execute a handoff to his running back on a goal-line situation in overtime ever again.
1. Tony Martin, Bradford, QB
Senior Robert Brent was emotional following his final high school game in Wilmot’s 42-12 setback to Monona Grove in the first round of the WIAA Division-2 playoffs, but said he was grateful to work with first-year coach Keiya Square.
The Bradford football team received a No. 6 seed for the WIAA Division-1 playoffs.
Since a lopsided 46-0 loss to Racine Lutheran on Sept. 16, the St. Joseph football team reeled off three wins in its last four games to earn a trip to the WIAA Division-5 playoffs.
1. Robert Brent, Wilmot, RB
Tyson Mengel was extremely optimistic.
Shoreland Lutheran graduate Zach Brug made a triumphant return to the gridiron.
Central running back Niko Lemke has not had the opportunity to carry the football as much as he had hoped this season.
They call him “Too Quick.”
1. Niko Lemke, Central, RB
For the Wilmot football team, it’s the little things.
1. Jake Gessert, St. Joseph, QB/DB
Bradford graduate Scottie Bobeck helped the Benedictine University football team open the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference portion of its schedule on a winning note on Saturday afternoon.
1. Marquon Williams, Bradford, WR
Bradford graduate Graham Bullmore is a reserve offensive lineman for the Northwestern Wildcats.
Wilmot’s Jacob Gerzel had one interception all season when he added four of them in Wilmot’s 55-10 Southern Lakes Conference victory at Union Grove on Friday.
Call it the “Thursday Night Thriller.”
1. Andrew Lyons, Bradford, LT
Prior to the Bradford football team’s 51-10 victory over Tremper in a Southeast Conference tilt and crosstown rivalry contest on Friday night, a dedication ceremony lasting approximately 30 minutes was held to mark Ameche Field’s completed renovation.
Indian Trail graduate Daviyon Nixon had 10 tackles, including 2½ for loss, for Iowa Western Community College in a 21-19 loss to Butler Community College on Saturday in El Dorado, Kansas.
Tied for first place in the Southeast Conference with Franklin and Racine Horlick at 3-0, the Indian Trail football team has a challenging schedule the rest of the way.
It’s been quite a whirlwind start to the 2017 season for the Central football team.
1. Niko Lemke, Central, RB
The St. Joseph football team certainly didn’t want to have senior lineman/punter Kade Cable kick the ball away as much as he did in the Lancers’ 27-0 Metro Classic Conference shutout loss to Greendale Martin Luther on Friday night at Ameche Field.
The Shoreland Lutheran football team was in control throughout in its rare 34-6 victory over Burlington Catholic Central on Thursday night, but the Hilltoppers briefly had some momentum early in the second half.