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APPLETON NORD 45, APPLETON EAST 9

APPLETON – The Lightning offense woke up in the second half to 38 points in the third quarter en route to a victory over the Patriots.

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Matthew Schecklman and Cal Martine did the heavy lifting for the Appleton North offense. Schecklman racked up 114 yards and two touchdowns in six carries, while Martine added 110 yards and two touchdowns in eight carries.

Matthew Reischl has found the end zone twice for the Lightning on 19 and 7 yard carries.

North’s defense limited East’s offense to 146 total yards and 2.6 yards per game.

Appleton North 7 0 38 0 – 45

Appleton East 0 9 0 0 – 9

MARK GAMES

First shift

AN – Matthew Schecklman 31 run (Caden Popp kick)

Second quarter

AE – Alex Hanneman 1 run (missed kick)

AE – Field goal from Bryan Bedolla 30

Third quarter

AN – Cal Martine 51 track (Schecklman track)

AN – Schecklman 10 run (Schecklman run)

AN – Martine track 21 (Schecklman track)

AN – Matthew Reischl 19 run (Popp kick)

AN – Reischl 7 run (Popp kick)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Precipitation – North Appleton: Schecklman 6-114, Martine 8-110, Reischl 5-36. Appleton East: Zach Carpenter 18-40.

Passage – Appleton North: Schecklman 4-5-0-26. Appleton East: Hanneman 1-1-0-18.

Reception – Appleton North: Jack Robinson 2-17. Appleton East: Tyler Mettille 2-25.

KIMBERLY 35, WEST OSHKOSH 0

OSHKOSH – Colin Obermann ran for 98 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries to lead the Papermakers over the Wildcats.

Kimberly 21 0 14 0 – 35

West Oshkosh 0 0 0 0 – 0

MARK GAMES

First shift

K – Blake Barry 12 run (Kam Ziebell kick)

K – Owen Pawlikowski 19 assist from Caden Pendleton (Ziebell kick)

K – Colin Obermann 30 run (Ziebell kick)

Third quarter

K – Obermann 6 run (Ziebell kick)

K – Obermann 11 run (Ziebell kick)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Rushing – Kimberly: Obermann 11-98, Barry 8-51.

Passage – Kimberly: Pendleton 9-14-0-116.

Reception – Kimberly: Cam Wnek 6-81, Pawlikowski 2-27.

WRIGHTSTOWN 16, LITTLE FALL 0

LITTLE CHUTE – The Tigers took advantage of two failed punters and an offensive snap that entered the end zone in their victory over the Mustangs at Fitzpatrick Field.

Wrightstown posted a safety, then Owen Ratkowski recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown on a mismanaged punt attempt, as wet conditions played a big part.

The Tigers (3-2-1, 2-2 Northeastern Conference) topped their score with a 6-yard touchdown run from Jacob VanZeeland that was set up by another failed punt attempt.

Owen Novitski punctuated the Tigers’ defense with four sacks.

“Defensively (the assistant coaches) had a great game plan,” said Wrightstown head coach Steve Klister. “We were able to stop the race and we knew they wanted to throw the ball against them. But we were able to bottle them sufficiently.

“I talked to the guys last night about playing all three parts of the game and boy, our special teams have been important tonight.”

City of Wright 0 9 0 7 – 16

Small Fall 0 0 0 0 – 0

MARK GAMES

Second quarter

W – Security

F – Owen Ratkowski escaped recovery in the end zone (kick from Michael Buntin)

Fourth trimester

W – Jacob VanZeeland 6 run (Buntin kick)

MENASHA 43, NOTRE DAME 21

GREEN BAY – AJ Korth and Davontre Smith had 359 rushing yards and six touchdowns to lead the Bluejays against the Tritons.

Korth led Menasha with 229 rushing yards and three touchdowns, while Smith added 130 rushing yards and three touchdowns.

Keegan King caught two passes for 91 yards to lead Notre Dame receivers.

Menasha 7 7 8 21 – 43

Notre-Dame 7 0 8 6 – 21

SEYMOUR 20, FOX VALLEY LUTHÉRIEN 7

APPLETON – The Thunder kept the ball on the ground, rushing for 251 yards while attempting a single pass in the win over the Foxes.

Braden DeBruin led Seymour with 102 rushing yards on 17 carries. Cole Tetzlaff had 101 rushing yards on nine carries.

Fox Valley Lutheran was led by Liam Heiges, who ran 40 yards on eight carries.

Seymour 7 6 7 0 – 20

Fox Valley Lutheran 7 0 0 0 – 7

MARK GAMES

First shift

S – Cole Tetzlaff 58 run (good kick)

FVL – Jack Egan 2 run (Adam Loberger kick)

Second quarter

S – Dawson Steltz 1 run (good kick)

Third quarter

S – Tetzlaff 7 run (good kick)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Rushing – FVL: Liam Heiges 8-40, Egan 7-22, Drew Mears 5-18, Connor Ruppel 5-14. S: Braden DeBruin 17-102, Tetzlaff 9-101, Steltz 13-35.

Assists – FVL: Mears 4-18-0-67.

Reception – FVL: Benett Reader 3-58, Owen Gerhardt 1-9.

BOTTOM OF LAKE 38, KAUKAUNA 14

LAKE BOTTOM – The Cardinals outscored the Ghosts 28-14 in the second half to claim a decisive victory with the Fox Valley Association.

Carson Sippel scored 29 yards from Finnley Doriot to put Kaukauna on the scoreboard in the third quarter. Sippel had 81 yards on seven receptions.

Hunter Natrop rushed for 67 yards and a touchdown to pace the Ghosts as he rushed.

Kaukauna 0 0 7 7 – 14

Fond du Lac 7 3 14 14 – 38

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Precipitation – Kaukauna: Natrop 9-67.

Assists – Kaukauna: Doriot 10-17-0-118.

Reception – Kaukauna: Sippel 7-81.

SOUTH GATE 40, CLINTONVILLE 14

BRUSSELS – The Eagles rushed 59 times for 318 yards in the win over the Truckers.

Southern Door, who trailed 8-6 after a 36-yard pass from Sam Wegener to Cole Rosenow and a two-point conversion in the first quarter for the Truckers, took control in the second quarter on a touchdown pass from 17 yards from Drew Daoust to Jared Hawkey and a 52-yard touchdown from Jack Peterson.

Southern Door was led by Taylor Schaefer with 135 rushing yards on 30 carries.

Clintonville was paced by Sam Wegener, who completed 10 of 27 passes for 162 yards.

Clintonville 8 0 0 6 – 14

South gate 6 12 14 8 – 40

MARK GAMES

First shift

SD – Jack Peterson 2 run (pass failure)

C – Cole Rosenow 36 pass from Sam Wegener (C. Rosenow pass from S. Wegener)

Second quarter

SD – Jared Hawkey 17 assist from Drew Daoust (failed race)

SD – Peterson 52 run (run failed)

Third quarter

SD – Daoust 26 run (blocked kick)

SD – Daoust 25 interception return (Jonas Jandrin race)

Fourth trimester

SD – Derek Schinktgen 1 execution (execution of Schinktgen)

C – Jordan Wegener 58 assist by S. Wegener (missed pass)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Precipitation – Clintonville: S. Wegener 8-23, Jace Schultz 4-8. South gate: Taylor Schaefer 30-135, Jack Peterson 11-150, Drew Daoust 2-38.

Passage – Clintonville: S. Wegener 10-27-2-162. South gate: Peterson 2-4-0-27. Daoust 2-3-0-25.

Reception – Clintonville: C. Rosenow 5-28, J. Wegener 2-64. South gate: Hawkey 2-25, Peterson 1-29.

BRILLION 10, NEW HOLSTEIN 7

NEW HOLSTEIN – Mavric Nohr’s 27-yard field goal with 1:39 to play gave the Lions the victory over the Huskies.

billion 0 7 0 3 – 10

New Holstein 0 7 0 0 – 7

MARK GAMES

Second quarter

NH – Mason Buteyn 5 run (kick from Cohen Barajas)

B – Sam Galoff 1 run (Mavric Nohr kick)

Fourth trimester

B – Field goal Nohr 27

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Rushing – Brillion: Galoff 20-82. New Holstein: Henry Schnell 13-57, Buteyn 14-59.

Passes – Brillion: Mason Behnke 1-4-10. New Holstein: Schnell 1-5-5.

Reception – Brillion: Galoff 1-10. Tyler Gebhart 1-5.

ST. MARY CATHOLIQUE 68, WONEWOC-CENTER / WESTON 0

FOX CROSSING – Luke Steffen rushed for 183 yards and four touchdowns and the Zephyrs scored 44 points in the first quarter en route to a resounding victory over Wonewoc-Center / Weston.

St. Mary’s Catholic quarterback Danny Griffith completed 8 of 12 passes for 143 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 67 yards and a touchdown.

Will Kehoe returned a 75-yard punt for a touchdown in the first quarter.

Wonewoc-Center / Weston 0 0 0 0 – 0

Sainte-Marie catholic 44 0 16 8 – 68

MARK GAMES

First shift

SMC – Luke Steffen 12 run (two-point failure)

SMC – John Schultz 45 fumble return (two point conversion)

SMC – Danny Griffith 11 run (two point conversion)

SMC – Steffen 2 run (two point conversion)

SMC – Will Kehoe 75 kick return (two point conversion)

SMC – Steffen 9 run (two-point failure)

Third quarter

SMC – Ethan Campbell 4 assists from Griffith (two point conversion)

SMC – Campbell 19 run (two point conversion)

Fourth trimester

SMC – Steffen 11 run (two point conversion)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Rushing – St. Mary Catholic: Steffen 14-183, Griffith 9-67.

Passage – St. Mary Catholic: Griffith 8-12-0-143.

Receive – St. Mary Catholic: Noah Bublitz 2-85, Campbell 4-47.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

KIMBERLY 3, BOTTOM OF LAKE 0 (THURSDAY)

LAKE BOTTOM – The stationers swept the Cardinals 25-15, 28-26, 25-21.

Ella Buddenhagen had seven kills, five digs and four blocks, Katie Schulz eight kills and two blocks, and Kyla Dunaway eight kills, four blocks and three digs for Kimberly.

FOOTBALL BOYS

SHEBOYGAN CHRISTIAN / LUTHERAN 4, FOX VALLEY LUTHERAN 0 (THURSDAY)

APPLETON – Josiah Stecker scored two goals for Sheboygan Christian / Lutheran, who scored three goals in the second half to pull away.

Michael Modahl and Nate Alsum also scored goals.

Tony Schmitz made a save in goal for SCL. Nathan Hempel made 13 saves and Matthew Callaway made one save for the Foxes (5-5 overall).

GOLF GIRLS

FOX VALLEY ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP (THURSDAY)

KAUKAUNA 353, NEENAH 362, HORTONVILLE 370, APPLETON NORTH 371, KIMBERLY 372, BOTTOM OF LAC 391, APPLETON WEST 399, APPLETON EAST 415, OSHKOSH WEST 458, OSHKOSH NORTH 543

In Chaska, par 72

Kaukauna: Ava Bloch 83, McKenna Lowe 87, Norah Berken 90, Ronnie Isselmann 93.

Neenah: Dawson Anderson 86, Emma Buss 87, Natalie Quella 92, Amber Miller 97.

Hortonville: Kate Downie 85, Alix Kundinger 85, Savannah Teale 96, Maci McNichols 104.

Appleton North: AJ Powell 76 (medalist), Taylor Lemire 86, Anna Otto 101, Julia Lindemann 108.

Kimberly: Jenna Schumacher 88, Peyton Lueneburg 89, Anna Buckley 95, Elaine Laurent 100.

Bottom of the lake : Sidney Doyle 92, Lucy Nielsen 96, Erin Zelazoski 100, Victoria Braun 103.

Appleton West: Greta Hiltgen 85, Lydia Barry 98, Anna Blair 107, Addie Edmunds 109.

Appleton East: Jaelyn Feller 87, Ella Steger 106, Caydence Snyder 110, Alex Simon 112.

West Oshkosh: Kennedy Footit 108, Hailey Hammen 110, Marin Bell 119, Abby Curtis 121.

North Oshkosh: Maggie Lynch 121, Kaya Webster Smith 132, Brooke Peters 137, Jordyn Rammer 153.

GIRLS TENNIS

BOTTOM OF LAKE 6, KAUKAUNA 1 (THURSDAY)

Melissa Petrinski FDL beat. Maddie Smith 6-0, 6-0; Finley Haus FDL def. Kendra Lamers 6-0, 6-1; Layan Manasrah FDL def. Rachel Lancour 6-0, 6-1; Audra Wall K def. Mara Kreinke 6-0, 6-4.

Mia Bahr / Caiden Steffes FDL def. Kylie Triechel / Peyton Federwitz 6-1, 6-0; Brooklyn Birschbach / Anna Riley FDL beat. Kirarra Thon / Ella Taddy 6-2, 6-2; Camryn Stueber / Olivia Newman FDL beat. Hannah Breckheimer / Emily Kappus 6-0, 6-1.

College high school coaches or their statisticians should email results to [email protected]

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