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Defense shines in Milton's victory at Stoughton; Monroe downs Fort

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September 19, 2009

Badger football



SOUTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Monona Grove 2 0 4 0


Madison Edgewood 1 0 3 1


Milton 1 0 3 1


Oregon 1 1 3 1


Monroe 1 1 1 3


Stoughton 0 2 2 2


Fort Atkinson 0 2 0 4


NORTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Waunakee 2 0 4 0


DeForest 2 0 3 1


Reedsburg 2 0 3 1


Mount Horeb 0 1 1 3


Baraboo 0 1 0 4


Sauk Prairie 0 2 1 3


Portage 0 2 0 4


RESULTS FRIDAY


South


Milton 35, Stoughton 0


Monroe 29, Fort Atkinson 14


Monona Grove 22, Oregon 0


Nonconference


Edgewood 42, Baraboo 2


North


DeForest 42, Portage 6


Reedsburg 45, Sauk Prairie 14


Waunakee 42, Mount Horeb 13


GAMES NEXT FRIDAY


South


Monona Grove at Milton


Stoughton at Fort Atkinson


Monroe at Edgewood


Nonconference


Reedsburg at Oregon


North


DeForest at Waunakee


Mount Horeb at Sauk Prairie


Baraboo at Portage


Milton High, the defending Badger South champion, opened its conference football schedule with a 35-0 victory Friday night at Stoughton.


The win was as easy as 1-2-3.


Milton’s James Miller made the most of his six carries, scoring three touchdowns on runs of 1, 2 and 3 yards. Miller finished with 25 yards rushing.


Quarterback Nate Hammon led the way with 105 yards rushing on four carries as the Red Hawks imprioved to 3-1 for the season.


Stoughton (2-2, 0-2) had only 80 total yards.


MILTON 35, STOUGHTON 0


Milton 7 14 0 14—35


Stoughton 0 0 0 0—0


Scoring summary: M—James Miller, 3 run (Kyle Martinelli kick). M—Josh Meyers, 12 run (Martinelli kick). M—Nathan Hammon, 86 run (Martinelli kick). M—Miller, 2 run (Martinelli kick). M—Miller, 1 run (Martinelli kick).


Statistics: First downs—M 17, S 6. Rushing—M 46-258, S 21-59. Yards passing—M 185, S 21. Passes—M 23-13-1, 16-3-0. Fumbles—M 0-0, S 1-1. Penalties—M 9-80, S 6-35.


n Monroe 29, Fort Atkinson 14—Drew Geissbuhler scored on two big plays in Badger South action as the Cheesemakers (1-3, 1-1) notched their first victory of the season and kept visiting Fort Atkinson (0-4, 0-2) winless.


Geissbuhler scored on a 43-yard interception return and added a second touchdown on a 33-yard pass from Mike Barrett.


The Monroe quarterback also had a big night. Barrett threw two touchdown passes and led the Cheesemakers with 112 yards rushing on 21 carries.


C.J. Zimmerman scored two touchdowns for Fort Atkinson. He carried 33 times for a game high 140 yards.


MONROE 29, FORT ATKINSON 14


Fort Atkinson 0 7 7 0—14


Monroe 8 14 7 0—29


Scoring summary: M—Bryan Tordoff, 6 pass from Mike Barrett (Dylan Weckerly run). M—Drew Geissbuhler, 43 inteception return (Kevin Frint kick). FA—C.J. Zimmerman, 5 run (Ian Brady kick). M—Geissbuhler, 33 pass from Barrett (Frint kick). M—Ethan Schuttler, 16 fumble return (Frint kick). FA—Zimmerman, 4 run (Brady kick).


Statistics: First downs—FA 18, M 14. Rushing—FA 43-185, M 49-214. Yards passing—FA 96, M 43. Passes—FA 18-10-1, M 8-3-0. Fumbles—FA 1-1, M 0-0. Penalties—FA 2-7, M 5-35.


n Monona Grove 22, Oregon 0—Ryan Roberts scored a pair of touchdowns as the Silver Eagles (4-0, 2-0) blanked the Panthers (3-1, 1-1) in a battle of unbeaten Badger South teams.


Roberts scored on runs of 18 and 14 yards. Roberts led Monona Grove with 148 yards on 25 carries. Beau Goff added 105 yards pm 22 carries.


MONONA GROVE 22, OREGON 0


Oregon 0 0 0 0—0


Monona Grove 6 9 0 7—22


Scoring summary: MG—Ryan Roberts, 18 run (kick failed). MG—FG, Beau Goff, 37. MG—Matt Welsch, 10 pass from Dylan Rauch (kick failed). MG—Roberts, 14 run (Goff kick).


Statistics: First downs—O 2, MG 19. Rushing—O 12-12, MG 52-257. Yards passing—O 58, MG 126. Passes—O 13-6-1, MG 7-6-0. Fumbles—O 2-0, MG 1-1. Penalties—O 5-30, MG 8-50.



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