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October 6, 2009

Ashwaubenon Drops First Game in Conference

Ashwaubenon 34   Pulaski 35

Ashwaubenon took the opening kickoff 84 yards for a touchdown, and with a defense that had given up just 12 points in 5 games including 3 shutouts, you thought that might be enough to win. But not on this night. The Pulaski Red Raiders pour 35 points on the Jags and handed them their first loss of the season.

The Raiders reeled off 21 straight points, before the Jaguars took to the air to mount a comeback. Ashwaubenon QB Adam Michalski, who threw for 324 yards and 2 TDs and also ran for two more scores, brought the Jaguars back and took a 4th quarter lead 34-28.

Pulaski QB Race Noeldner lead the Raiders down the field late in the 4th quarter and called his own number on a 5 yard TD run with 38 seconds left in the game. Noeldner who rushed for 94 yards and passed for 126 yards, also scored 4 TDs, including a 54 yard interception return in the 2nd quarter.

Pulasi (3-3,3-2) is now firmly in the playoff hunt as they host Notre Dame next week in what should be another great game. The  Jaguars (5-1,4-1) are still in the conference title hunt as they host undeafed Bay Port next week.

 

Green Bay Southwest 8   Green Bay Notre Dame 22

The Southwest defense that had been so tough all season had no answer for conference leading rusher David Ihlenfedlt. The Notre Dame RB rushed for 226 yards and 2 TDs as the Tritons jumped out to a 16-0 lead, and won 22-8. Trojan QB Justin Malloy threw for 177 yards, but completed less than fifty percent of his passes and threw 2 picks. Jordan Krawczyk  took a 4th quarter kickoff back 75 yards to seal the win for the Tritons. Notre Dame (3-3,3-2) will travel to Pulaski next week. Southwest (4-2,3-2) will host Green Bay West.

 

Bay Port 55   Green Bay West 12

 Bay Port QB Zac Thelen threw for 188 yards and 2 TDs, and also ran for 2 TDs, while FB Alex Peterson ran for 131 yards and 1 TD. West QB Tyler Mosupye threw for 165 yards and a TD. West took a brief 6-0 lead in the 1st quarter on a blown coverage before the Pirates put it on the Wildcats. Bay Port (6-0, 5-0) will travel to Ashwaubenon in a huge matchup to help decide the conference race next week. West (1-5, 1-4) will travel to Southwest.

 

Green Bay East 14   Manitowoc 48

The Ships jumped all over the Red Devils on their homecoming to keep pace with undefeated Bay Port. Manty QB Eric Hoffman threw for 132 yards and 2 TDs. The Ships outgained East 468 to 200 in yardage. Manitowoc (6-0, 5-0) travels to take on Sheboygan South next week. East (0-6, 0-5) will host Sheboygan North.

 

Green Bay Preble 16   Sheboygan North 17

QB Derek Van Calligan passed for 138 yards and ran for a score for North. Tony Levina scored what appeared to be the game tying touchdown for the Hornets, but the extra point hit the left upright with 3 and half minutes to play. With the win the Golden Raiders keep their playoff hopes alive, while Preble was eliminated with the loss. North (2-4, 2-3) will travel to Green Bay East next week, while Preble (0-6,0-5) will host Depere.

 

Sheboygan South 27   Depere 41

Depere QB Alex Griepentrog threw for 2 TDs and rushed for 2 scores as Depere jumped out to a 41 to 12 lead. South QB Jake Risse both rushed and threw for scores. Depere (4-2, 3-2) travels to Green Bay Preble next week, and South (2-4, 2-3) hosts Manitowoc.



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