MADISON — It’s a senior class that spent four seasons contributing to two WIAA Division 7 state football championships.From Garrett Krueger and Caden Servais to Drew Johnson and Luke Reader to Adam Tallman and Caden Servais — and everyone in between — the Bangor High School football program has made a lasting mark on the area landscape.The Cardinals, just like they have all season, brought a balanced effort and performance to the field for the final time as a group and turned it into a 37-14...
MADISON — It was a story of the touchdown, the interception, the stop and the Horstman.The Bangor High School football team might not be a two-time WIAA Division 7 state champion without getting any of those Thursday morning at Camp Randall Stadium.The Cardinals started fast and ended with a dominant performance over the last 18 minutes on the way to beating previously unbeaten Black Hawk 37-14 for its second Division 7 state championship in three years.
The Black Hawk High School football team is four years removed from winning a WIAA Division 7 state championship.The Warriors are regular playoff participants and were expected to have a big season with the trio of Michael Flanagan, Brody Milz and Colby Argall returning as the starting quarterback and running backs, respectively.That group helped Black Hawk qualify for the second round of the playoffs last season, and Flanagan and Milz also played big roles as the team did the same in 2015....
After going through Owen King's freshman season, here's what we have for career stats on the @CaliAthletics QB: 523-for-836 for 8,375 yards, 134 TDs and 12 INTs; 311 rushing yards, 24 TDs; all of this in 47 games. #lctsports
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