WESTON – D.C. Everest coach Tim Strehlow had a simple message following his team’s season-opening loss to Appleton North on Friday at Stiehm Stadium. “We have some things to improve on, there’s no question about it,” the Evergreens' first-year coach said after the 41-14 Valley Football Association setback. That was clear as the Lightning defense allowed touchdowns early in the first and third quarters and controlled the Evergreens' offense throughout the game and forced two turnovers.
WESTON - Sophomore quarterback Ben Bates had a pretty good Saturday afternoon at Stiehm Stadium that it was not only his first varsity start, but first football game at any level. The Cardinals underclassman threw three touchdown passes and ran 70 yards for another score as Newman Catholic rolled to a 41-12 win over Wausaukee in the home opener and first 8-man football game in both program's history.
WAUSAU – Caleb Moses enters his senior year with the Wausau East football team knowing that there is no chance to compete for a state championship. A berth in the WIAA postseason is not even in the discussion. That doesn’t mean the Lumberjacks veteran running back and defensive back doesn’t have things to accomplish this season. “Ever since ninth grade, my class hasn’t won a football game,” Moses said during a recent team practice. “That’s though freshman, junior varsity and varsity football.
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Selecting a term
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