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Fort, Monona Grove stay unbeaten

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September 3, 2011

Badger football


SOUTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Fort Atkinson 1 0 3 0


Monona Grove 1 0 3 0


Edgewood 1 0 2 1


Monroe 0 0 0 3


Milton 0 1 1 2


Oregon 0 1 1 2


Stoughton 0 1 1 2


NORTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Waunakee 1 0 3 0


Sauk Prairie 1 0 1 2


Baraboo 1 0 1 2


DeForest 0 0 2 1


Mount Horeb 0 1 2 1


Reedsburg 0 1 1 2


Portage 0 1 0 3


RESULTS FRIDAY


South


Edgewood 42, Milton 14


Fort Atkinson 24, Stoughton 7


Monona Grove 42, Oregon 0


North


Waunakee 39, Mount Horeb 0


Sauk Prairie 27, Reedssburg 21


Baraboo 14, Portage 0


Nonconference


DeForest 57, Monroe 0


GAMES NEXT FRIDAY


South


Milton at Fort Atkinson


Monona Grove at Monroe


Stoughton at Madison Edgewood


Nonconference


Oregon at Waunakee


North


Baraboo at Reedsburg


Sauk Prairie at Portage


DeForest at Mount Horeb/Barneveld


Fort Atkinson High shook off Jalen Clark’s 63-yard touchdown run in the first quarter to defeat host Stoughton, 24-7, Friday in Badger South football.


Marie Fitzgerald kicked a 22-yard field goal to give unbeaten Fort (3-0) a 3-0 lead, but Clark rumbled 63 yards, and Stoughton held a 7-3 lead. Fort blanked the Vikings (1-2) the rest of the way.


Joey Scott scored on a 2-yard run in the second quarter to give Fort the lead for good at 10-7. James Nachtigal caught a 50-yard touchdown pass from Drew Dunkleberger in the third quarter, and Scott added a 5-yard TD run in the fourth quarter to sew up the victory.


Scott gained 86 yards on 20 carries and scored two touchdowns for Fort. Dunkleberger threw for 97 yards, completing eight of 15 passes with one interception.


FORT ATKINSON 24, STOUGHTON 7


Fort Atkinson 3 7 7 7—24


Stoughton 7 0 0 0—7


Scoring summary: FA—FG, Marie Fitzgerald, 22. S—Jalen Clark, 63 run (Paul Rosowski kick. FA—Joey Scott, 2 run (Fitzgerald kick); FA—James Nachtigal, 50 pass from Drew Dunkleberger (Fitzgerald kick); FA—Scott 5 run (Fitzgerald kick).


Statistics: First downs—FA 7, S 7. Rushing—FA 39-87, S 31-136. Yards passing—FA 97, S 46. Passes attempted—FA 15-8-1, S 15-6-2. Fumbles—FA 0-0, S 3-3. Penalties—FA 3-25, S 0-0.


n Monona Grove 42, Oregon 0—Monona Grove improved to 3-0 overall by winning its Badger South Conference opener against visiting Oregon.


Quarterback Caleb Choate rushed for 84 yards on six carries, including a 37-yard scoring run, as the Silver Eagles rushed for 264 yards. Choate opened the scoring with a 26-yard scoring pass to Brad Emmerich.


Monona Grove outgained Oregon, 290-83.


MONONA GROVE 42, OREGON 0


Oregon 0 0 0 0—0


Monona Grove 14 7 14 7—0


Scoring summary: MG—Brad Emmerich, 26 pass from Caleb Choate (Drew Schuchardt kick). MG—James Conner, 29 run (Schuchardt kick). MG—Matt Besch, 3 run (Schuchardt kick). MG—Choate, 37 run (Schuchardt kick). MG—Cam Sauk, 20 blocked punt return (Schuchardt kick). MG—Brett Percy, 1 run (Schuchardt kick).


Statistics: First downs—O 6, MG 17. Rushing—O 28-39, MG 39-264. Yards passing—O 44, MG 26. Passes—O 9-4-2, MG 3-1-1. Fumbles—O 3-2, MG 1-1. Penalties—O 9-65, MG 5-35.


n DeForest 57, Monroe—Bryar Harper ran for 293 yards and five touchdowns as DeForest (2-1) buried visiting Monroe (0-3) in a Badger crossover nonconference game.


Harper’s scoring plays covered 33, 26, 68, 17 and 59 yards. Nolan Tenpas got the Norskies’ other touchdowns on 6, 7 and 3-yard runs.


DeFOREST 57, MONROE 0


Monroe 0 0 0 0—0


DeForest 6 24 20 7—57


Scoring summary: D—Bryar Harper, 33 run (kick failed). D—Harper, 26 run Brett Minick, pass from Kyler Jilot). D—Harper, 68 run (Jilot run). D—Harper, 17 run (Brandon Staffeil, pass from Jilot). D—Harper, 59 run (kick failed). D—Nolan Tenpas, 6 run (Preston Butler kick). D—Tenpas, 7 run (Butler kick). D—Tenpag, 3 run (Butler kick).


Statistics: First downs—M 1, D 13. Rushing—M 24-16, D 36-380. Yards passing—M 0, D 87. Passes—M 9-1-1, D 11-7-1. Fumbles—M 0, D 0. Penalties—M 2-20, D 5-43.


Badger North


n Waunakee 39, Mount Horeb 0—Leo Musso rushed 34 times for 218 yards and two touchdowns as Waunakee went to 3-0 overall.


Musso scored on runs of 26 and 6 yards, and the Warriors scored 20 fourth-quarter points to pull away. Waunakee has outscored opponents 151-25 in its three victories.


Jack Russell kicked field goals of 46 and 32 yards.


Mount Horeb was held to 63 total yards and five first downs.


WAUNAKEE 39, MOUNT HOREB 0


Mount Horeb 0 0 0 0—0


Waunakee 3 16 0 20—39


Scoring summary: W—FG, Jack Russell, 46. W—Leo Musso, 26 run (Russell kick). W—Musso, 6 run (kick failed). W—FG, Russell, 32. W—Max Chamberlin, 4 pass from Hunter Darger (Russell kick). W—Ben Cable, 9 pass from Darger (Russell kick). W—Jacob Liebe, 45 run (kick failed).


Statistics: First downs—MH 5, W 24. Rushing—MH 22-10, W 56-391. Yards passing—MH 53, W 41. Passes—MH 15-7-1, W 7-5-0. Fumbles—MH 1-0, W 1-1. Penalties—MH 4-23, W 4-33.


BARABOO 14, PORTAGE 0


Portage 0 0 0 0—0


Baraboo 0 8 6 0—14


Scoring summary: B—Bostwick, 50 pass from McGann (Hintz pass from McGann). B—Ennis, 28 pass from McGann (pass failed).


Statistics: First downs—P 16, B 8. Rushing—P 38-178, B 44-156. Yards passing—P 95, B 86. Passes—P 13-7-3, B 6-3-0. Fumbles—P 5-4, B 0-0. Penalties—P 5-50, B 6-42.



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