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Week 2 football recap

August 26, 2022

The Brillion News

The second week of the football season featured the final week before conference play begins.

Clintonville 34, Brillion 14: Jaden Bastian put the Lions up 6-0 after a 9-yard first quarter touchdown before Clintonville scored 28 unanswered points. Quarterback Kade Rosenow threw for 186 yards and four touchdowns. Zach Spaulding rushed for 53 yards and a score. The Lions pulled within two touchdowns in the fourth quarter when Joe Shimek threw a 2-yard touchdown to Damon Schmidt and Jaden Bastian scored on a 2-point conversion. Clintonville responded with a scoring drive that ended in a Rosenow touchdown pass.

Randolph 16, Hilbert 8: The Wolves tied the game with 3:33 to go in the second quarter when Carson Grenzer threw an 8-yard touchdown to Alexis Rojo and Austin Cullen scored on a 2-point conversion. Cullen finished the game with 134 yards off 27 carries but Randolph didn't give up another score to the Wolves. Quarterback Alex Hollander scored on a 4-yard run with 8:04 remaining in the game followed by a successful 2-point conversion to cap off the eventual game-winning drive.

Reedsville 27, Lourdes Academy 14: The Panthers fell behind in the game's first 12 seconds when Kyle Ralofsky returned the game's opening kickoff. Then the Panthers scored 19 unanswered with quarterback Ryan Taddy capping off two scoring drives with short touchdown runs. Logan Lodel and Dain Totten each rushed for touchdowns. The Panthers gave up their first touchdown on defense of the season when Wade Lindahl threw an 82-yard score to Mitchell Wing in the third quarter. The Panthers went back ahead two scores in the fourth quarter when Totten scored on a 15-yard run with 5:45 remaining. Totten finished with 124 yards.

Wrightstown 35, New London 14: There was no shortage of points for the Tigers, who never trailed in the game. Josh Lewandowski passed for 72 yards and Conlen Lasecki rushed for 128 yards. The Tigers finished with 319 rushing yards and 6.3 yards per carry. Lewandowski, Payton Vande Hay and Isaiah Pennenberg each scored touchdowns on the ground. The defense forced New London quarterback William Grable into two interceptions. Wrightstown held New London scoreless in the second half.



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