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Questions arose last Saturday when Fort Atkinson received a No. 4 seed ahead of 8-1 and conference champion Evansville/Albany. The Blackhawks were only 3-3 in the Badger South and 5-4 overall. Nobody's questioning the seeding process any longer.
There are six teams from The Gazette's coverage area in the WIAA football playoffs, and four of them (according to seeding, at least) are underdogs.
the Cougars got 147 yards and three touchdowns from Peyton Pope and two more scores from Jordan Jones in a 42-14 victory over visiting eighth-seeded Marshall.
The No. 7 seed in their WIAA Division 3 bracket, the Comets coughed up a 14-point fourth-quarter lead only to regroup and topple second-seeded Mount Horeb/Barneveld 28-21 in overtime.
Badger running back Will Keller ran for three first-half touchdowns to help the Badgers beat the Regents advance to a second-round game against another Big Eight opponent, Verona.
A look at area results in WIAA regional semifinal boys soccer action Thursday
A look at area scores in WIAA regional semifinal volleyball matches Thursday.
The Crimson Tide needed five games to beat the Chiefs and advance to a WIAA Division 2 regional final
The Vikings were swept to open WIAA Division 1 regional play Thursday
The Cougars swept Lake Geneva Badger and will play at Fort Atkinson in a Division 1 regional final Saturday night.
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