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Edgewood, Verona, Monona Grove, Waunakee, Waterford, Lakeside notch playoff wins

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Gazette Staff
October 22, 2011

Madison Edgewood High School’s football team wasted no time setting up its date with Walworth Big Foot in the WIAA Division 3 playoffs.


Seith White fired a 74-yard touchdown pass to Jack Zwettler a mere 36 seconds into the game Friday night, and the Crusaders went on to a 24-0 victory over Lodi in a first-round game on the Breitenbach Stadium artificial turf at Middleton.


That set up Edgewood (8-2), the Badger South runner-up, for a Level 2 game against Rock Valley South champion Big Foot (10-0) next Friday or Saturday at Walworth.


Chris Wells scored on an 80-yard run, and Ben Young had a 1-yard run for Edgewood’s other touchdowns. Jake Dragoo, one of the area’s best place-kickers, had a 40-yard field.


Wells finished with 12 carries for 156 yards to lead Edgewood’s 214-yard ground game.


EDGEWOOD 24, LODI 0


Lodi 0 0 0 0—0


Madison Edgewood 7 10 7 0—24


Scoring summary: ME—Jack Zwettler, 77 pass from Seith White (Jake Dragoo kick). ME—Chris Wells, 80 run (Dragoo kick). ME—FG, Draggo, 40. ME—Ben Young, 1 run (Dragoo kick).


Statistics: First downs—L 14, ME 11. Rushing—L 34-80, ME 32-214. Yards passing—L 121, ME 153. Passes—L 24-13-2, ME 19-11-0. Fumbles—L 1-1, ME 1-1. Penalties—L 4-35, ME 9-80.


Division 1


Tyler Parker scored five touchdowns as Verona High School’s football team survived Watertown’s 435-yard passing assault for a 49-35 victory in the first round of the WIAA Division 1 playoffs.


Tarek Yaeggi completed 37 of 54 passes as Watertown (6-4) made the best run at Verona (10-0) since the Big Eight champions’ 28-10 victory over Sun Prairie in a season opener.


Verona trailed much of the first half, but the Wildcats tied it at 14-14 on Jake Hauser’s 13-yard touchdown pass to Parker, followed by Dom Wise’s two-point conversion, with 5:47 left in the second quarter. Luke Yapp’s 83-yard interception return for a touchdown then put Verona ahead for good at 21-14, and the Wildcats led 28-14 at halftime.


Parker finished with 13 rushing attempts for 120 yards to lead Verona’s 254-yard ground game.


Verona plays the winner of today’s Middleton-Hartland Arrowhead game next Friday or Saturday in the second round.


VERONA 49, WATERTOWN 35


Watertown 7 7 14 7—35


Verona 6 22 14 7—49


Scoring summary: W—Sam Zwieg, 58 pass from Tarek Yaeggi (Josh Fischer kick). V—Tyler Parker, 21 run (kick failed). W—Vince Pozorski, 2 run (Fischer kick). V—Parker, 13 passs from Jake Hauser (Dom Wise run). V—Luke Yapp, 83 interception return (Derek Witte kick). V—Parker, 8 run (Witte kick). W—Pozorski, 2 run (Fischer kick). V—Hauser, 5 run (Witte kick). W—Rose, 5 pass from Yaeggi (Fischer kick). V—Parker, 78 pass from Hauser (Witte kick). V—Parker, 3 run (Witte kick). W—Yaeggi, 2 run (Fischer kick).


Statistics: First downs—W 26, V 14. Rushing—W 27-91, V 37-254. Yards passing—W 433, V 184. Passes—W 54-37-4, V 11-8-0. Fumbles—W 1-0, V 2-2.


Division 2


Waterford High School’s Southern L:akes co-champions scored the first 42 points Friday night to roll over Greenfield, 42-7, in a WIAA Division 2 first-round game.


Jordan Underly scored on runs of 4 and 2 yards, and Greg Steffens added a 6-yard scoring run and a 17-yard TD catch for the Wolverines (9-1).


Waterford plays the winner of tonight’s Wilmot-South Milwaukee games in the second round.


WATERFORD 42, GREENFIELD 7


Greenfield 0 0 0 7—7


Waterford 7 21 14 0—42


Scoring summary: W—Greg Steffens, 6 run (Nick Wirsching kick). W—Dustin Schindler, 4 pass from Zach Fisher (Wirsching kick). W—Matt Briggs, 32 interception return (Wirsching kick). W—Steffens, 17 pass from Fisher (Wirsching kick). W—Jordan Underly, 4 run (Wirsching kick). W—Underly, 2 run (Wirsching kick). G—Laverdure, 8 run (kick good).


Statistics: First downs—G 9, W 13. Rushing—G 40-132, W 32-100. Yards passing—G 39, W 215. Passes—G 9-3-1, W 13-9-0. Penalties—G 2-10, W 1-10.


n Waunakee 63, Logan 22—Leo Musso gained 136 yards on eight carries and scored five touchdowns in the first half to lead the undefeated Warriors.


Two-time defending Division 2 state champion Waunakee (10-0) hosts the winner of today’s Menasha-Onalaska game next Friday or Saturday.


WAUNAKEE 63, LOGAN 22


La Crosse Logan 6 0 8 8—22


Waunakee 21 28 8 6—63


Scoring summary: W—Leo Musso, 15 run (Jack Russell kick). LL—David Pielhop, 5 pass Jonah Waite (pass failed). W—Michael Meffert, 41 pass from Hunter Darger (Russell kick). W—Musso, 42 run (Russell kick). W—Musso, 44 run (Russell kick). W—Musso, 13 run (Russell kick). W—Darger, 25 run (Russell kick). W—Musso, 1 run (Russell kick). LL—Andrew Berzinski, 80 run (Dandre La Roche run). W—jacob Liebe, 8 run (Liebe run). LL—Ryan Schreiner. 57 pass from Torre Riek (Peilhop pass from Waite). W—Tyler Reynolds, 1 run (kick failed).


Statistics: First downs—LL 17, W 21. Rushing—LL 36-202, W 27-230. Yards passing—LL 167, W 267. Passes—LL 21-13-0, W 12-10-0. Fumbles—LL 3-2, W 0-0. Penalties—LL 3-15, W 5-35.


n Monona Grove 49, De Pere 14—Monona Grove used a pair of fumble returns for touchdowns, and a pair of 70-yard TD runs to go to 10-0 on the season with an easy Division 2 playoff win over visiting De Pere.


Matt Besch had a 70-yard scoring run and finished with 151 yards on seven carries for the Silver Eagles.


The top-seeded Silver Eagles host the winner of tonight’s Fort Atkinson-Green Bay Southwest game next Friday or Saturday in the second round.


MONONA GROVE 49, DE PERE 14


De Pere 7 0 7 0—14


Monona Grove 21 14 7 7—49


Scoring summary: MG—Oldenburg, 39 run (Schuchardt kick). DP—Kent, 68 fumble return (Wettstein kick). MG—Conner, 58 fumble return (Schuchardt kick). MG—Besch, 70 run (Schuchardt kick). MG—Baughmann, 2 run (Schuchardt kick). MG—Choate, 1 run (Schuchardt kick). MG—Lewis, 70 run (Schuchardt kick). DP—VandenDergh, 13 pass from Mathews (Wettstein kick). MG—Lewis, 1 run (Schuchardt kick).


Statistics: First downs—DP 10, MG 22. Rushing—DP 13-16, MG 37-355. Yards passing—DP 150, MG 86. Passes—DP 37-15-0, MG 10-6-1. Fumbles—DP 2-1, MG 3-1. Penalties—DP 5-70, MG 7-65.


Division 4


Lakeside Lutheran High’s Capitol North champions built a 34-7 lead by halftime and went on to a 48-20 rout of Winnebago Lutheran in the first Friday of the WIAA Division 4 football playoffs Friday night.


Caleb Gartner scored on three receptions for the Capitol North champion Warriors (9-1). Gartner caught scoring passes for 22, 58 and 6 yards from Tyler Doyle, and finished with five receptions for 140 yards.


Drew Davis added scoring runs of 6 and 48 yards and finished with 150 yards on 15 carries.


Doyle completed eight of nine passes for 195 yards and four scores.


Lakeside plays the winner of today’s Marshall-River Valley game in the second round.


LAKESIDE 48, WINNEBAGO 20


Winnebago 7 0 7 6—20


Lakeside 21 13 7 7—48


Scoring summary: LL—Drew Davis, 6 run (Stuart Vanden Hueval kick). LL—Caleb Gartner, 22 pass from Tyler Doyle (Vanden Hueval kick). W—Matt Barenz, 3 run (Maustin Otterstatter kick). LL—Gartner, 58 pass from Doyle (Vanden Hueval kick). LL—Ryan Broedlow, 1 run (Vanden Hueval kick). LL—Davis, 48 run (kick failed). W—Drew Stroede, 8 run (Otterstatter kick). LL—Gartner, 6 pass from Doyle (Vanden Hueval kick). LL—Jacob Schneider, 25 pass from Doyle (Vanden Hueval kick). W—Barenz, 5 run (kick failed).


Statistics: First downs—W 15, LL 19. Rushing—W 42-222, LL 37-257. Yards passing—W 49, LL 195. Passes—W 11-5-2, LL 9-8-0. Fumbles—W 2-1, LL 2-0. Penalties—W 2-10, LL 3-35.



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