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Wheeler News - Sunday News Summary - 9/21/14

Wheeler News Service – Sunday, September 21, 2014 – News Summary


Story contributions:  wheelernews@yahoo.com


Wisconsin Lottery Numbers (drawn Saturday night):

Powerball:            22 - 23 - 30 - 37 - 39  Powerball: 16  Power Play: 4
MegaBucks:         8 - 13 - 20 - 22 - 26 - 49
5 Card Cash:       3-diamonds, 4-spades, 8-hearts, 8-diamonds, 6-diamonds
SuperCash:          4 - 5 - 9 - 23 - 31 - 36   Doubler:  No
Badger 5:             8 - 12 - 13 - 17 - 23
Daily Pick 4:         2 - 8 - 4 - 7
Daily Pick 3:         3 - 7 - 4


Here are the stories:

Scott Semmelmann becomes the second sprint car driver to die in the last two months.  He was killed during practice for last night’s race at Beaver Dam Raceway.  Witnesses say Semmelmann’s car made contact with another car during the practice session.  It reportedly flipped three times and hit the concrete wall.  The 47-year-old driver from Brookfield was racing for the first time this year.  The Beaver Dam Raceway is a one-third-mile clay oval in central Wisconsin.  Last month, Kevin Ward Junior was killed when he was hit by NASCAR star Tony Stewart on a track in upstate New York.

-9/21-

A former Wisconsin police officer will spend nine years in federal prison for robbing a bank while he was still on the Mukwonago police force.  The robbery took place in 2010.  Forty-four-year-old Alvin J. Brook walked into the M-&-I Bank, pointed his service weapon at three employees, forced them into the vault area and got away with 54-thousand dollars.  The robbery wasn’t solved until last year.  That’s when investigators got a tip that led them to compare a crime-scene fingerprint to Brook.  Before sentencing, he apologized to the bank employees, as well as his family and fellow officers.  He told the court his grief over a divorce led him to abuse painkillers – and he said that’s why he committed the crime. 

-9/21-

La Crosse police say a terminally-ill cancer patient asked a man to bring her some clothes and personal items.  He’s now accused of touching her inappropriately while she was sedated in her hospital bed.  He has a court appearance scheduled for Friday.  The man says he decided to stay the night, sleeping on a couch.  The woman went to sleep after she took oxycodone and trazodone.  She tells investigators she woke up to find him touching her.  Police say the man told them the woman was “making sounds” that made him think she wanted him to touch her.  He said he was changing her sanitary pad at her request and he admitted he should have had a nurse do that.

-9/21-

When he is sentenced in December, a 35-year-old Racine man could be given a 40-year prison term.  It took a Racine County jury less than four hours to find Dale M. Patterson guilty of first-degree reckless homicide.  Patterson had beaten 42-year-old Michael P. Griffith so severely in 2006 that Griffith was in a coma for 18 months before he died.  Patterson allegedly body-slammed the victim, punched him in the face five times and kicked him in the head while he was on the ground.  Although the defense attorney pointed out inconsistencies in the testimony against Patterson, the jury still convicted him.

-9/21-

Nearly three-thousand people have signed an online petition asking that a roadside memorial be allowed to remain along a central Wisconsin highway.  Maureen Mengelt was hit and killed while she was jogging last year.  A former Lutheran bishop is serving 10 years in prison for causing her death.  An elevated bronze plaque was placed about 20 feet from the accident site on state-owned land.  The Wisconsin Department of Transportation ordered the plaque to be removed recently, pointing to rules that say memorials must be taken down if even one person complains. 

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Wheeler News - Sunday Sports Summary - 9/21/14

Wheeler News - Sunday, September 21, 2014 - State Sports


COLLEGE FOOTBALL

--Division I
Wisconsin 68, Bowling Green 17

--Division III
Albion 57, Concordia-Mequon 20
Carroll 28, Lake Forest 7
Central 65, Maranatha Baptist 12
Mary Hardin-Baylor 41, UW-La Crosse 22
North Central (IL) 28, UW-Platteville 7
South Dakota State 41, UW-Oshkosh 3
UW-River Falls 43, South Dakota Mines 28
UW-Stevens Point 37, Coe 21
UW-Whitewater 48, College of New Jersey 0
Wartburg 45, UW-Stout 14
Wheaton (IL) 17, UW-Eau Claire 0
Wisconsin Lutheran 32, Kalamazoo (IN) 20

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BASEBALL

--National League Central Division Race
Milwaukee 1, Pittsburgh 0
St. Louis 8, Cincinnati 4

--Regional Major League Action
Detroit 3, Kansas City 2
Tampa Bay 3, Chicago 1
Cleveland 7, Minnesota 3

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Here are the stories:

Elite receivers will be on display when the Green Bay Packers play at Detroit at noon today.  Calvin Johnson is one of the best, but Packer Jordy Nelson is forcing his way onto the level.  Nelson caught nine passes for 209 yards in last week’s come-from-behind 31-24 win over the Jets.  That game was the best by a Packer receiver since 1996.  Johnson has gained 17-hundred-39 yards on receptions since the start of last season, the best mark by any N-F-L receiver.  But, Nelson isn’t far behind with 16-hundred-six.  Green Bay is looking for payback after losing 40-10 last Thanksgiving.  A loss to the Lions is a rare event, though.  The Packers have won 23 of their last 27 meetings.  Both teams are hoping to rejuvenate struggling running games.  In Aaron Rodgers and Matthew Stafford, both are strong through the air.

-9/21-


Melvin Gordon fumbled the first time he carried the ball against Bowling Green Saturday.  He made up for that mistake.  Gordon rushed for 253 yards on just 13 carries, scoring five times in Wisconsin’s 68-17 rout at Camp Randall Stadium.  He had a shot at the all-time Badger record for rushing yards in a game, but the score was so lopsided he was sidelined just three minutes into the second half.  Wisconsin had encountered some troubles with its running game this season, but they weren’t evident this time.  The Badgers rushed for a Big Ten-record 644 yards, including 111 and two touchdowns by Corey Clement and 158 yards by quarterback Tanner McEvoy, who also sat out the fourth quarter.  Wisconsin’s record improves to 2-1.  The first-period fumble by Gordon was his first after 322 carries.

-9/21-

The Brewers scratch out a ninth-inning run against the Pittsburgh closer to keep their playoff hopes alive in a 1-0 victory Saturday.  Former Pirate Zach Duke picked up the win in relief of Matt Garza, who was ejected after hitting Andrew McCutcheon for a second time.  The Pirates have been one of the hottest teams in the National League for the last two weeks, but they left 10 runners on base and went oh-for-eight with men in scoring position.  The Milwaukee win actually helps St. Louis, dropping Pittsburgh three-and-a-half games out of first place.  The Brewers trail the Pirates by thee-and-a-half in the struggle for the final Wild Card spot.  Hard-throwing Wily Peralta starts for Milwaukee today, looking for his 17th win.  The Pirates will counter with Vance Worley.

-9/21-

Some people his age are still trying to pass their driver’s license test.  Sixteen-year-old Cole Custer is a winning NASCAR driver.  He says a record by being the youngest driver to win an event Saturday night.  Necedah’s Johnny Sauter retains his strong hold on second in the Camping World Truck Series point standings.  He is seven points behind leader Matt Crafton after finishing fourth in the UNOH 175 at Loudon, New Hampshire.  Sauter is just ahead of Ryan Blaney. 

-9/21-

Fred Funk holds the lead going into today’s final round of the Pacific Links Hawaii Championship.  Funk shot a 10-under-par 62 Saturday and is also 10-under after the first 36 holes.  Fox Point-native Skip Kendall is tied for 36th after firing a second straight three-under-par 69 Saturday.  He is four shots back.  Rhinelander native Dan Forsman is tied for 44th at five-under par.

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Wheeler News - Sunday Prep Scores (Saturday games) - 9/21/14

Wheeler News - Sunday, September 21, 2014 - Prep Scores


--HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL (Saturday scores)

Abundant Life Academy 58, Valley Christian 36

Colfax 47, Glenwood City 24

Gibraltar 44, Oakfield 6
Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran 62, St. Thomas Aquinas/Lena 16

Ithaca 46, North Crawford 0

Lake Country Lutheran 78, Living Word Lutheran 0

Niagara/Goodman/Pembine 44, Menominee Indian 6

Saint Croix Central 24, Boyceville 6
Sevastopol 34, Three Lakes 16
Shoreland Lutheran 42, Saint Thomas More 0
St. John's NW Military Academy 13, Kenosha Christian Life 6

Washburn 33, Tigerton 2


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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Today in History for September 20th

September 20, 2014
 
On this day,
 
2011- The U-S military's Don't Ask Don't Tell policy ends allowing soldiers to come out as gay. 
 
1999- Raisa Gorbachev, wife of former U-S-S-R leader Mikhail Gorbachev, dies of leukemia
 
1998- Baseball's Ironman, Cal Ripken Junior ends his streak of consecutive games played after 16 years and two-thousand-632 games.
 
1995- Former 10-thousand Maniacs lead singer Natalie Merchant kicks off her first solo tour in New Orleans.
 
1990- East and West Germany ratify re-unification
 
1984- "The Cosby Show" premieres on N-B-C
 
1982- N-F-L players begin 57 day strike
 
1976- Captain and Tennille's primetime music variety show premieres.
 
1973- Billy Jean King beats Bobby Riggs in the “Battle of the Sexes” (tennis)
 
1973- Singer Jim Croce dies in a plane crash.
 
1970- Miami officials find Jim Morrison guilty of indecent exposure and profanity after a performance by The Doors.
 
1968- Mickey Mantle hits final career homer, number 536
 
1958- Civil rights leader Martin Luther King Junior is stabbed by a deranged black woman
 
1518- Ferdinand Magellan sets sail from Spain to find western passage to Spice Islands in Indonesia
 
 
Birthdays-
 
1975- Actress Moon Bloodgood 
     - Actress Asia Argento 
 
1968- Soundgarden bassist Ben Shepherd.
 
1967- Matthew and Gunnar Nelson, twin sons of singer Ricky Nelson, formed band Nelson.
 
1967- Actress Kristen Johnston
 
1966- Nuno Bettencourt, of Extreme
 
1957- Actress Fran Drescher
 
1934- Actress Sophia Loren
 
1931- Actress-Comedian Anne Meara
 
1878- Author Upton Sinclair
 

Wheeler News - Saturday News Summary - 9/20/14

Wheeler News Service – Saturday, September 20, 2014 – News Summary


Story contributions:  wheelernews@yahoo.com


Wisconsin Lottery Numbers (drawn Friday night):

MegaMillions:       16 – 25 – 27 – 29 – 34  MegaBall:  2  Megaplier:  2
5 Card Cash:       2-clubs, 9-hearts, 10-clubs, Q-clubs, A-spades
SuperCash:          1 – 9 – 11 – 19 – 31 – 33  Doubler-No
Badger 5:    3 – 4 – 5 – 12 – 28
Daily Pick 4:         2 – 3 – 2 – 6
Daily Pick 3:         7 – 1 – 5


Here are the stories:

Wisconsin’s Democratic candidate for governor says she has cut ties with a former consultant because he used the exact language he had used in jobs plans formulated for other political candidates in other races.  Mary Burke has built her campaign around the issue of jobs for Wisconsin.  She has argued current Governor Scott Walker shouldn’t be re-elected because he has fallen short of his promise to develop 250-thousand new jobs for the state’s private sector.  Walker and other Republicans have accused Burke of plagiarism.  The consultant, Eric Schnurer, is a member of the Public Works consulting firm in Pennsylvania

-9/20-

It’s been fixed now, but there were some problems in the early days of an innovative new agency.  The Legislative Audit Bureau reports Wisconsin’s semi-private job creation agency doesn’t have the necessary documentation for its spending on grants and expenses for its first two years.  The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation finances were examined.  Auditors found several instances where documentation was inadequate to show how some money was spent, whether the expenditure was reasonable, or whether it had been approved.  The Bureau noted that W-E-D-C has corrected the processing errors and implemented a new tracking system to let transactions be directly uploaded into the accounting software.  That would reduce the chance for mistakes.

-9/20-

Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell lines up with other Wisconsin election officials in deciding not to use a model ballot for the November election which has been challenged as confusing.  Although McDonell is a Democrat, most of the opposition has come from Republicans, who say that ballot benefits Democrats.  He says he will use a ballot which includes shading to differentiate the offices and candidates.  That’s the look ballots have had for years.  McDonell says some changes have been made on the ballot which Dane County voters will use in November.  He says the Government Accountability Board doesn’t have the authority to tell him which ballot to use.

-9/20-

The first lay president in the history of Marquette University says the school will expand to the east with the purchase of seven acres of property.  President Michael Lovell says he plans to forge new partnerships for the Milwaukee university.  Lovell was a former chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  During his inaugural ceremony address Friday he also announced plans for Marquette to move in to the sixth floor of the Global Water Center, a water-related research facility, and says he is exploring options to assume a presence at the Innovation Campus in Wauwatosa.

-9/20-

A judge listened to the defendant’s emotional plea, but then sentenced him to 20 years in prison for attacking two Marathon County jailers.  One was injured critically.  Prosecutors had told the court 22-year-old Fredrick Morris of Wausau became combative March 27th, 2013, at the downtown jail in Wausau, punching jailers Denny Woodward and Julie Christensen.  Woodward was given credit for saving his co-worker.  Christensen was kept in an induced coma for several weeks.  Morris begged the judge to keep him out of prison and get him some help.  He said the 20-year sentence would mean his mother wouldn’t get to see him. 


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Wheeler News - Saturday Sports Summary - 9/20/14

Wheeler News - Saturday, September 20, 2014 - State Sports


--NL CENTRAL DIVISION
Pittsburgh 4, Milwaukee 2
St. Louis 2, Cincinnati 1

--REGIONAL ACTION
Chicago 4, Tampa Bay 3
Detroit 10, Kansas City 1
Minnesota 5, Cleveland 4

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Here are the stories:

Yovanni Gallardo gave his team a chance to stay in the race by pitching seven shutout innings against the Pittsburgh Pirates Friday night.  His bullpen gave up the lead and the game in the eighth when Pirates catcher Russell Martin hit a three-run homer off reliever Jonathan Broxton.  That blast high-lighted a four-run rally which pushed Pittsburgh past Milwaukee, 4-2.  Their third straight loss drops the Brewers four-and-a-half-games behind Pittsburgh for the second Wild Card playoff position.  The Brewers were leading 2-0 when Martin connected.  Milwaukee had scored on a Rickie Weeks home run and an R-B-I single by Jonathan Lucroy.  Broxton took the loss.  Pittsburgh has won five games in a row.  Matt Garza pitches for the Brewers next, trying to help keep the team’s fading post-season hopes alive.  He will be opposed by Edinson Volquez, who has won four straight starts for Pittsburgh.

-9/20-

Today’s practice will determine whether Packers offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga goes tomorrow in the game at Detroit.  He is listed as questionable.  Bulaga told reporters yesterday his injured knee feels much better after some time off.  He hurt it in the season-opening loss to Seattle.  Bulaga didn’t play in last weekend’s come-from-behind win over the Jets and he only practiced on a limited basis Wednesday and Thursday of this week.  The team took yesterday off.  Coach Mike McCarthy says Bulaga will have to go through the entire practice today to have even an outside shot at playing against the Lions.  Green Bay has beaten Detroit 15 out of the last 17 meetings, but the Lions romped last year, 40-10, which Aaron Rodgers was sidelined.  Safety Micah Hyde is listed as probable, linebacker Brad Jones is out, while corner back Casey Hayward is questionable. 

-9/20-

New York Jets defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson will pay a 20-thousand dollar fine for throwing punches in a fight in the game against the Green Bay Packers last Sunday.  Wilkerson was ejected from the game in the third quarter.  He was called for unsportsmanlike conduct.  Jets teammate Sheldon Richardson was fined eight-thousand-268-dollars for unnecessary roughness, grabbing an opponent’s face mask.  Though he will have to pay the fine, the Packers actually declined the penalty.  And, Green Bay tight end Andrew Quarless was fined the same amount of money for ripping off Richardson’s helmet during that fight.

-9/20-

The good times continue for NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski.  He starts on the pole in tomorrow’s Sylvania 300 in the second race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup.  Keselowski won in Chicago last weekend.  He set a record for the track in Loudon, New HampshireCambridge native Matt Kenseth is in 10th place among the drivers in the Chase.  He starts 16th tomorrow.  Other Wisconsin drivers include Beloit-born Danica Patrick, starting 18th, Eau Claire’s Paul Menard taking off 23rd, and Janesville driver Travis Kvapil who took the 40th and final starting spot.

-9/20-

Tom Pernice Junior holds a four-stroke lead after the first 18 holes at the Champions Tour stop in Hawaii.  Pernice fired a 12-under-par 60 Friday.  Rhinelander native Dan Forsman is tied for 10th at five under par.  In his first tournament on the seniors tour, Fox Point native Skip Kendall is tied for 28th after the first round.  He shot a three-under-par 69 and is nine shots behind the leader in the Pacific Links Hawaii Championship.

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Wheeler News - Saturday Prep Scores (Friday games) - 9/20/14

Wheeler News Service – Saturday, September 20, 2014 – Prep Scores

Story contributions:  wheelernews@yahoo.com

FRIDAY FOOTBALL SCORES

Algoma 25, Oconto 0
Alma/Pepin 29, Lake Holcombe 14
Almond-Bancroft 28, Wild Rose 20
Amherst 36, Shiocton 0
Appleton East 24, Wausau East 7
Appleton North 14, Wausau West 0
Arcadia 37, Black River Falls 12
Ashwaubenon 47, Green Bay East 34
Athens 61, Thorp 0
Auburndale 46, Fall Creek 14

Badger 34, Westosha Central 13
Bangor 40, Hillsboro 12
Bay Port 42, Manitowoc Lincoln 7
Belmont 43, Weston 0
Berlin 21, Winneconne 13
Big Foot 35, Palmyra-Eagle 0
Black Hawk 46, Cassville 26
Bloomer 43, Barron 0
Bonduel 44, Iola-Scandinavia 29
Brodhead/Juda 41, Parkview 7
Brookfield Academy 34, University School of Milwaukee 13
Brookwood 34, Wonewoc-Center 20
Brown Deer 48, Whitnall 7
Burlington 27, Waterford 17

Cadott 60, Spencer/Marshfield Columbus 14
Cambria-Friesland 36, Fall River 8
Cambridge 40, New Glarus/Monticello 3
Cameron 8, Flambeau 0
Cashton 22, New Lisbon 16
Catholic Central 38, Racine Lutheran 6
Catholic Memorial 28, Waukesha South 20
Cedar Grove-Belgium 54, Oostburg 6
Chetek-Weyerhaeuser 34, Cumberland 6
Chilton 28, Brillion 6
Chippewa Falls 21, River Falls 14
Clear Lake 27, Clayton 6
Clinton 44, Turner 0
Coleman 30, Crivitz 8
Crandon 46, White Lake/Elcho 6
Cuba City 40, Mineral Point 35
Cudahy 43, Shorewood/Milwaukee Messmer 21

D.C. Everest 38, Appleton West 0
Darlington 54, Southwestern 12
De Pere 21, Pulaski 7
De Soto 27, Wauzeka-Steuben 6
Deerfield 21, Lourdes Academy 8
DeForest 30, Sauk Prairie 0

East Troy 49, Whitewater 0
Edgar 18, Stratford 7
Eleva-Strum 28, Augusta 20
Elk Mound 27, Port Edwards 25
Elmwood/Plum City 21, St. Croix Falls 14

Florence 14, Wabeno/Laona 8
Fond du Lac 14, Neenah 7
Freedom 42, Clintonville 7

Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 38, Viroqua 19
Germantown 66, Milwaukee Lutheran 0
Gillett 45, Wausaukee 28
Green Bay Preble 35, Green Bay West 18
Green Bay Southwest 27, Sheboygan South 14
Greendale 49, New Berlin West 7
Greenwood/Granton 30, McDonell Central 14

Hartford Union 42, Oconomowoc 14
Hayward 47, Ladysmith 20
Hilbert 45, Reedsville 21
Holmen 35, West Salem 0
Hortonville 35, Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln 7
Howards Grove 22, Sheboygan Lutheran/Kohler/Sheboygan Christian 8
Hustisford 41, Horicon 20

Independence/Gilmanton 41, Cochrane-Fountain City 19
Iowa-Grant 31, Fennimore 21

Janesville Parker 34, Madison East 32
Jefferson 20, Evansville 13

Kenosha Indian Trail 41, Racine Park 13
Kettle Moraine Lutheran 27, Laconia 19
Kewaskum 44, Kiel 43, OT
Kewaunee 48, Sturgeon Bay 8
Kickapoo/LaFarge 41, Seneca 6
Kimberly 55, Kaukauna 7

La Crosse Central 36, Aquinas 12
La Crosse Logan 42, Tomah 6
Lakeside Lutheran 43, Lake Mills 39
Little Chute 37, Ripon 20
Lodi 10, Columbus 7
Luck 60, New Auburn 0
Luxemburg-Casco 33, Waupaca 8

Madison La Follette 21, Janesville Craig 17
Madison West 34, Madison Memorial 23
Manawa 35, Pacelli 6
Manitowoc Lutheran 21, Mishicot 7
Marathon 40, Tomahawk 13
Markesan 21, Montello/Princeton/Green Lake 13
Marshall 61, Belleville 26
Marshfield 48, Oshkosh West 28
Mayville 38, North Fond du Lac 18
McFarland 23, Edgerton 21
Medford Area 6, Lakeland 0
Melrose-Mindoro 23, Lincoln 14
Menasha 42, Marinette 0
Menomonee Falls 13, Hamilton 3
Merrill 35, Antigo 7
Milton 24, Fort Atkinson 20
Milwaukee Bradley Technical 42, Milw. Bay View 7
Milwaukee Madison 52, Milwaukee Vincent 0
Milwaukee Pulaski/Arts 22, Milw. Samuel Morse-Marshall 6
Milwaukee Washington/Metro 38, Milwaukee South 0
Monona Grove 38, Edgewood 21
Mosinee 47, Ashland 0
Mount Horeb/Barneveld 68, Portage 0
Mukwonago 16, Arrowhead 13
Muskego 56, Kettle Moraine 34

Newman Catholic 16, Loyal 6
Northland Pines 37, Hurley 31
Northwestern 35, Spooner 0
Northwood 26, Bruce 22
Notre Dame 38, Sheboygan North 0

Oak Creek 20, Franklin 12
Onalaska 41, Sparta 20
Oregon 48, Monroe 3
Osceola 44, Amery 15
Oshkosh North 11, Stevens Point 0
Osseo-Fairchild 41, Altoona 19
Owen-Withee 38, Abbotsford 14
Ozaukee 62, Random Lake 0

Pardeeville 28, Dodgeland 8
Pecatonica/Argyle 45, Highland 0
Peshtigo 48, Suring 7
Pewaukee 45, Pius XI 13
Platteville 48, Prairie du Chien 13
Plymouth 42, New Holstein 7
Potosi 61, Benton/Scales Mound 0
Poynette 45, Watertown Luther Prep 7
Prairie Farm 44, Winter 0

Racine Case 32, Kenosha Bradford 28
Racine Horlick 33, Kenosha Tremper 27, 3OT
Racine St. Catherine's 32, Kenosha Saint Joseph Catholic Academy 14
Reedsburg Area 26, Baraboo 0
Regis 42, Colby 7
Rhinelander 42, Milwaukee King 6
Rib Lake/Prentice 41, Phillips 6
Rice Lake 56, Hudson 54
Rio 43, Johnson Creek 6
River Valley 32, Dodgeville 22
Riverdale 37, Boscobel 0
Rosholt 45, Tri-County 8

Saint Francis 64, Hope Christian 14
Saint Marys Springs 47, Lomira 6
Seymour 40, Denmark 35
Shawano Community 43, Oconto Falls 14
Sheboygan Falls 34, Campbellsport 12
Shullsburg 56, River Ridge 23
Slinger 7, Beaver Dam 6
Somerset 35, Ellsworth 20
South Milwaukee 42, Greenfield 7
Southern Door 28, Valders 7
Stanley-Boyd 55, Neillsville 6
Sun Prairie 20, Middleton 17

Two Rivers 44, Waupun 27

Union Grove 38, Delavan-Darien 28
Unity 14, Webster 12
Verona Area 55, Beloit Memorial 14

Waterloo 48, Wisconsin Heights 15
Watertown 42, West Bend West 14
Waukesha West 42, Waukesha North 20
Waunakee 15, Stoughton 0
Wautoma 45, Adams-Friendship 14
Wauwatosa West 31, New Berlin Eisenhower 10
West Allis Nathan Hale 36, West Allis Central 6
West De Pere 42, New London 7
Westby 35, Luther 21
Westfield Area 28, Mauston 26
Weyauwega-Fremont 27, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 12
Whitefish Bay 24, Grafton 12
Whitehall 37, Blair-Taylor 0
Williams Bay 34, Randolph 20
Wilmot Union 21, Elkhorn Area 7
Winnebago Lutheran Academy 33, Omro 19
Wisconsin Dells 6, Nekoosa 0
Wisconsin Lutheran 70, West Bend East 13
Wrightstown 16, Roncalli 7

Xavier 59, Fox Valley Lutheran 16


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