Friday Football Frenzy for WIAA first round playoff

Tony Atkins, Jay Sorgi and the Associated Press

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Friday Football Frenzy for WIAA first round playoff

CREATED Oct. 22, 2013 - UPDATED: Oct. 25, 2013

Friday Football Frenzy reaches a new level this upcoming weekend as the WIAA playoffs began.

Division 1

- Badger 16, Racine Horlick 7

After coming out of the first quarter, these two teams were tied at seven a piece. It looked to be a defensive struggle between the two.

As time went on however, the Badgers would separate themselves from the pack by adding on to their seven points in the second and third quarter.

That would be all they need as they advance over Racine Horlick.

- Kenosha Indian Trail 52, Oak Creek 28

The Indian Trail Hawks blazed a trail of their own Friday as they made their playoff presence known at home against Oak Creek.

The Hawks hit the scoreboard hard with a commanding win. They will move on to play Franklin next week in the second round.

Other Division 1 scores
- Appleton North 14, Stevens Point 7
- Arrowhead 56, Milwaukee Washington/Metro 0
- Bay Port 41, D.C. Everest 22
- Fond du Lac 25, Menomonee Falls 24
- Franklin 62, Milwaukee Pulaski/Arts/Reagan 0
- Germantown 56, Milw. Samuel Morse-Marshall/Juneau/Languages 14
- Green Bay Preble 13, Wausau West 12
- Hudson 34, Eau Claire Memorial 14
- Manitowoc Lincoln 56, Milwaukee King 22
- Middleton 28, Madison Memorial 14
- Milwaukee Marquette 41, Milwaukee Riverside 15
- Mukwonago 25, Madison La Follette 0
- Oconomowoc 37, Madison West 6
- Sun Prairie 49, Milwaukee Hamilton 0

Division 2

- Waterford 26, Greenfield 7

At home, the Waterford Wolverines aren’t a team that opponents should take lightly in these playoffs.

That was proven once again as the Wolverines hosted Greenfield. They jumped out to a quick lead and they wouldn’t look back.

The Wolverines won’t be looking back at the first round of these playoffs either. They are looking ahead to next week.

- Whitefish Bay 6, Wilmot Union 3

It wasn’t the prettiest game out of the bunch but for the Whitefish Bay Blue Dukes, they wouldn’t change a thing.
 
This game played host to one of the most dramatic finishes of the week. With 10 seconds left to play on fourth and goal from the two, the Wilmot Panthers were stuffed just short of the goal line.
 
With that, the Dukes move on by the skin of their teeth.

Other Division 2 scores
- Ashwaubenon 21, Merrill 14
- Cedarburg 42, Brookfield East 17
- DeForest 47, Watertown 14
- Holmen 27, Waunakee 21
- Homestead 56, Milwaukee Madison 0
- Kimberly 42, Wauwatosa West 7
- La Crosse Central 28, Fort Atkinson 26
- Menasha 20, Green Bay Southwest 7
- Menomonie 7, Marshfield 3
- South Milwaukee 21, Shorewood/Milwaukee Messmer 13
- Sussex Hamilton 37, Brookfield Central 34
- Waukesha West 49, Milwaukee Bradley Technical 8

Division 3

- Pewaukee 20, Elkhorn Area 6

It was a big night for the Pewaukee Pirates both on and off the field. Former Pirate-turned-Houston Texans star J.J. Watt roamed the sideline as he cheered on his former team. Pewaukee hosted their former star and retired his jersey at halftime.

Rounding out the big night in Pewaukee, the current stars put on a show as well. Running back Collin Sternad led the way with 171 yards rushing as well as two touchdowns.

The Pirates’ defense held their own as well. Keeping the Elks under 10 points. They move on to the second level of play

Other Division 3 scores
- Appleton Xavier 38, Green Bay Notre Dame 10
- Brown Deer 61, Two Rivers 42
- Edgerton 31, Jefferson 24
- Greendale 44, Pius XI 7
- Lodi 45, West Salem 7
- Monona Grove 42, Milton 12
- Mount Horeb/Barneveld 23, Edgewood 19
- Plymouth 28, Luxemburg-Casco 0
- Reedsburg Area 54, Onalaska 7
- Seymour 45, Medford Area 14
- West De Pere 24, Mosinee 6
- Waukesha Catholic Memorial 41, New Berlin West 0
- Wisconsin Lutheran 35, Kewaskum 0

Division 4

- Big Foot 44, University School of Milwaukee 6
- Black River Falls 29, Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 28
- Brodhead 43, Saint Thomas More 6
- Campbellsport 22, Wrightstown 6
- Clinton 26, New Glarus/Monticello 14
- Columbus 14, Marshall 12
- Ellsworth 51, Saint Croix Central 0
- Freedom 33, Denmark 0
- Little Chute 42, Peshtigo 14
- Nekoosa 59, Montello/Princeton/Green Lake 6
- Platteville 34, Dodgeville 0
- Somerset 51, Northland Pines 20
- Wautoma 20, Omro 19
- Winneconne 28, River Valley 6

Division 5
- Amherst 42, Colby 10
- Arcadia 20, Durand 14
- Bloomer 55, St. Croix Falls 0
- Bonduel 13, Oostburg 7
- Cedar Grove-Belgium 35, Oconto 15
- Chetek-Weyerhaeuser 44, Cumberland 29
- Fall Creek 40, Cameron 18
- Kewaunee 35, Brillion 0
- Laconia 21, Cambridge 7
- Lancaster 44, Waterloo 12
- Racine St. Catherine's 35, Poynette 0
- Stanley-Boyd 45, Unity 13
- Stratford 35, Marathon 6
- Westby 16, Mondovi 8
- Westfield Area 42, Kenosha Saint Joseph Catholic Academy 21
- Winnebago Lutheran Academy 34, Niagara/Goodman/Pembine 21

Division 6

- Algoma 22, Auburndale 15
- Athens 34, Regis 10
- Brookwood 28, Riverdale 7
- Coleman 28, Crivitz 12
- Cuba City 45, Whitehall 6
- Deerfield 21, Manitowoc Lutheran 0
- Edgar 31, Colfax 6
- Fond du Lac Saint Marys Springs 49, Pardeeville 6
- Hurley 26, Spring Valley 21
- Iola-Scandinavia 49, Crandon 12
- Iowa-Grant 47, Necedah 0
- Ozaukee 21, Reedsville 14, OT
- Pecatonica/Argyle 21, Lourdes Academy 9
- Shiocton 61, Wabeno/Laona 0
- Webster 22, Rosholt 20, OT

Division 7
- Almond-Bancroft 42, Cambria-Friesland 6
- Black Hawk 48, Belmont 0
- Burlington Catholic Central 24, Randolph 21
- De Soto 46, Weston 13
- Fall River 56, Rio 14
- Glenwood City 50, Clayton 8
- Greenwood/Granton 24, Clear Lake 12
- Independence/Gilmanton 15, Cochrane-Fountain City 14
- Loyal 23, Hillsboro 6
- New Lisbon 32, Blair-Taylor 8
- North Crawford 36, Ithaca 19
- Owen-Withee 28, Newman Catholic 16
- Pittsville 43, Bangor 12
- Potosi 26, Cassville 8

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