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2013 Football Preview - Level 2


State High School Preview with Travis Wilson of wissports.net – click here


Local Games Previews


Division One – Friday – 7pm on KFIZ & kfiz.com

#2 Germantown (8-2) @ #6 Fond du Lac (5-5)
It will be a tail of two offensive styles at Fruth Field on Friday night as Fondy hosts Germantown in a Division One, 2nd round matchup.  The Cardinals advanced with a 25-24 upset win over #3 Menomonee Falls. Germantown had no problem with Milwaukee Morse-Marshall in the 1st round, winning 56-14.  The Warhawks finished in 3rd place of the North Shore Conference behind Homestead and Cedarburg.  Germantown is a pass heavy offense led by junior quarterback Dwayne Lawhorn who has completed 96-181 passes 1792 yards.  He’s throw 23 TDs and 7 interceptions.  Senior Nick Holcomb has caught 38 passes for 675 yards and 10 TDs.  Every receiver on Germantown’s roster who has caught at least five passes averages more than 14 yards per catch.  Running backs Joe Lemerond has run for 604 yards and Quinn Fliss 413 yards to balance out the offense.  Fondy led the Valley Football Association South Division in rushing by rolling up 264 yards per game on the ground in league play.  Junior Kyle Pierce ran for 589 yards and 8 TDs in conference play while sophomore Justin Maratik piled up 482 yards and 5 TDs in the VFA-South.  Junior WR Brian Luteyn tied for the VFA-South lead with 30 catches on the year.  The winner of Friday’s game will face either Hartland Arrowhead or Manitowoc in the State Quarterfinals next weekend.  You can hear this game on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ and it streams on kfiz.com.  You can also listen on your phone by downloading the Radio Loyalty AP and searching “KFIZ.”


Click here to listen to Fond du Lac head coach Mike Gnewuch


Preview Germantown with Steve Tietz of GermantownNOW.com


Division Four – Friday – 7pm

#2 Freedom (7-3) @ #6 Campbellsport (7-3)

The 6th seeded Cougars earned a home game in Level 2 with a 22-6 upset win at #3 Wrightstown last weekend.  C-Sport jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back in the win.  Alexander Zommers ran for 60 yards and two TDs in the win.  Freedom was third in the Eastern Valley behind conference champion Waupaca and 2nd place Appleton Xavier.   Irish QB Adam Connelly has thrown for 1145 yards with 11 TDs and 7 interceptions.  Senior running back Nathan Peters has ran for 1106 yards and 20 TDs on the season.   The winner of this game will play either Manitowoc Roncalli or Little Chute in the D4 quarterfinals next weekend.


Click here for a preview with Cougar coach Bob Hepp


Division Five – Friday – 7pm

#4 Laconia (8-2) @ #1 Lancaster (10-0)

Laconia advanced to round 2 of the D5 playoffs with a hard-fought 21-7 win over Cambridge. Levin Vandeburg ran for 150 yards and 2 TDs in the win for Laconia.  He is the state’s 6th leading rusher with 1848 yards.  Flying Arrow QB Nate Thanel has thrown for 1211 yards and ran for 703 yards and 12 TDs.  Junior RB Tyler Glass has 1214 yards rushing and 22 TDs this year.  Lancaster is ranked #1 in the wissports.net Division 5 Coaches Poll.  The winner of this one gets either Westfield or Racine St. Catherine’s in the D5 Quarterfinals.


Click here to listen to Laconia head coach Mark Madigan


Division Five – Saturday – 1pm on K107.1 and k107.com

#2 Kewaunee (9-1) @ #4 Winnebago Lutheran (6-4)

The Vikings took the 3 hour bus ride to Niagara for a first round matchup with Northern Elite and came away with an impressive 34-21 win. Tim Anderson ran 220 yards and 3 TDs, including first quarter runs of 65 and 59 yards to pace WLA.  QB Brandon Schilling also threw for a TD and ran for another in the win. Kewaunee cruised to an easy 35-0 win over conference rival Brillion in their playoff opener.  The Storm were 2nd in the Olympian-Packerland Large behind conference champ Roncalli.  Senior QB Caleb Johnson has thrown for 1647 yards and 18 TDs.   Austin Kasser is Kewaunee’s leading rusher with 737 yards and 7 TDs.  Kewaunee won the D4 state title in 2010 and was runner-up in 2009. The winner of this game will play either Cedar Grove-Belgium or Bonduel in the D5 quarterfinals next weekend.  You can hear this game on K107.1-FM and at k107.com.  You can also listen on your phone by downloading the Radio Loyalty AP and searching K107.1.


Click here to listen to WLA head coach Bill Heinkel


Division Six – Saturday – 7pm on KFIZ and kfiz.com

#4 Deerfield (8-2) @ #1 St. Mary’s Springs (10-1)

The #1 ranked Ledger ride a 36 game win streak and are the two time defending state champions in Division Six.  Springs rolled by Pardeeville 49-6 in their playoff opener last Friday night.  Sophomore Sam Spranger ran for 135 yards and 3 TDs in the win.  Senior Ike Floyd 78 yards rushing on just five carries before leaving the game with a sprained ankle and his status for Saturday night is up in the air.  Ledger head coach Bob Hyland had 397 career winds heading into Saturday night’s game.  That’s the most in state history.  Deerfield blanked Manitowoc Lutheran 21-0 in their playoff opener last week. They finished 2nd in the Trailways Large behind Oshkosh Lourdes.  They are a run heavy team led by running back Bryce Macheski with 1568 yards and 16 TDs.  QB Cole Erickson has thrown for 739 yards and 6 TDs to go along with his 849 rushing yards and 11 TDs.  The winner of this game gets either Ozaukee or Oshkosh Lourdes in the D6 quarters.  You can hear this game on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ and streaming at KFIZ.com.   You can also listen on your phone by downloading the Radio Loyalty AP and searching KFIZ.


Click here to hear from St. Mary’s Springs coach Bob Hyland


8-Man Football Jamboree – Saturday – 10am @ DC Everest in Schofield

Oakfield (4-4) vs. Bowler/Gresham (6-3)

The Oaks were given a bid into the 8-Man Football Jamboree this weekend when Madison Abundant Life turned down a bid.  With just 21 teams in the state playing 8-man football there are not enough teams for the WIAA to sponsor a playoff series, so instead they match the top 4 teams in the north against the top for teams in the south for a one day football event.  Oakfield finished 2nd in the Great 8 South Conference with a 3-1 league mark.  B/G 4th in the Great 8 North Conference.


Click here to hear from Oakfield Coach Tim Sievert

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