September 2, 2022
The Brillion News
Kiel 27, Brillion 20: The Lions had one yard to gain to put the finishing touches on an impressive fourth quarter. On fourth-and-goal on Kiel's 1-yard line, Brillion trailed 27-20 with 1:05 remaining. Running back Jaden Bastian was met at the line of scrimmage by Kiel's defense, who celebrated the play. Brillion had put together a 21-play 75-yard drive to cut Kiel's lead to seven points. Bastian finished with 149 yards and three touchdowns. Quarterback Joe Shimek threw for 78 yards.
Reedsville 34, Manitowoc Lutheran 0: It's a well-known fact that it is difficult to score on Reedsville's defense. In the conference-opener, the Panthers kept Manitowoc Lutheran scoreless. The team totaled seven sacks (Cam Dvorachek 2.5, Ryan Taddy 1.5, Dain Totten 1, Simon Borchardt 1, Jade Busse 0.5). Carson Taddy recorded an interception. On offense, Dain Totten rushed for 190 yards. Ryan Taddy rushed for 155 yards and three touchdowns. Dawson Nate ran for another score. Logan Maertz caught a touchdown pass from Taddy. The Panthers totaled 412 rushing yards.
Wrightstown 35, Seymour 8: The Tigers were dominant and didn't let Seymour score until there was 27 seconds left in the game. Conlen Lasecki finished with 122 yards rushing and two scores for the Tigers. Eli Albertson forced a safety on defense to put the Tigers up 16-0 as part of a 22-point second quarter.
Oostburg 36, Hilbert 7: Oostburg scored four touchdowns in the second quarter to build a 34-7 halftime lead. Donavan DePagter threw for 62 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 69 yards and two scores. Kedan Leganowski rushed for 116 yards, part of Oostburg's 390 yards rushing. Hilbert tied the game at 7-7 in the first quarter when Carson Grenzer threw a 75-yard touchdown to Alexis Rojo. Grenzer finished 6-21 for 94 yards. Matthew Sweere rushed for 37 yards.