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Milton downs Oregon for first conference win; Fort, MG stay unbeaten

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September 17, 2011

Badger football


SOUTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Monona Grove 3 0 5 0


Fort Atkinson 2 0 5 0


Edgewood 2 1 3 2


Monroe 1 1 1 4


Milton 1 2 2 3


Oregon 0 2 1 4


Stoughton 0 3 1 4


NORTH DIVISION


League Season


W L W L


Waunakee 2 0 5 0


DeForest 2 0 4 1


Baraboo 2 0 2 3


Sauk Prairie 2 1 2 3


Mount Horeb 1 2 3 2


Reedsburg 0 3 1 4


Portage 0 3 0 5


RESULTS FRIDAY


South


Milton 33, Oregon 14


Monroe 27, Stoughton 20


Monona Grove 27, Edgewood 7


Nonconference


Fort Atkinson 48, Baraboo 20


North


Waunakee 56, Reedsburg 0


DeForest 37, Portage 0t


Mount Horeb 38, Sauk Prairie 14


GAMES NEXT FRIDAY


South


Monroe at Milton


Monona Grove at Fort Atkinson


Oregon at Edgewood


Nonconference


Portage at Stoughton


North


Baraboo at Mount Horeb


Sauk Prairie at Waunakee


Reedsburg at DeForest


Milton High School blanked Oregon through the final three quarters Friday en route to a 33-14 Badger South footbalkl victory.


Milton improved to 1-2 in the Badger and 2-3 overall. Oregon fell to 0-2 and 1-4.


The Milton defense recorded six sacks for a minus-29 yards and held Oregon to two yards rushing on 31 attempts.


Josh Kummer gained 152 yards on 21 carries and scored a touchdown for Milton. Starting quarterback Evan Phillips completed a 43-yard touchdown pass to Riley Kovars before leaving the game with an injury in the second quarter.


Phillips completed 10 of 15 passes for 129 yards and backup Tyler Westrick completed 9 of 17 passes for 108 yards, including TD throws of 9 and 15 yards.


MILTON 33, OREGON 14


Milton 20 6 7 0—33


Oregon 14 0 0 0—14


Scoring summary: O—David Solberg, 91 kickoff return (kick failed); M—Josh Kummer, 9 run (kick failed); M—Riley Kovars, 43 pass from Evan Phillips (Tyler Westrick kick); M—Sam McCann, 10 pass from Phillips (Westrick kick); O—James Hermus, 10 pass from Tyler Doering (Doering pass to Jake Gundlach); M—Kovars, 9 pass from Westrick (pass failed); M—McCann, 15 pass from Westrick (Westrick kick).


Statistics: First downs—M 14, O 7. Rushing—M 33-153, O 31-2. Yards passing—M 237, O 118. Passes—M 32-19-2, O 26-9-1. Fumbles—M 4-2, O 4-2. Penalties—M 11-90; O 6-39.


n Monroe 27, Stoughton 20—John Becker did it all for the Cheesemakers (1-4, 1-1), including ripping off a 75-yard punt return for the winning touchdown with 15 seconds to play in a Badger South victory at Stoughton.


Becker scored all of Monroe’s touchdowns. He gained 176 yards on 23 carries, including a 96-yard touchdown run.


Stoughton’s Tony Volk completed 18 of 27 passes for 258 yards, including TD passes of 20 and 37 yards, but the Vikings fell to 1-4 for the season.


MONROE 27, STOUGHTON 20


Monroe 7 6 0 14—27


Stoughton 0 6 0 14—20


Scoring summary: M—John Becker, 3 run (Kevin Klopfenstein kick); M—Becker, 1 run (run failed); S—Jalen Clark, 1 run (kick failed); M—Becker, 96 run (Klopfenstein kick); S—Max Fuller, 20 pass from Tony Volk (Paul Rosowski kick). S—Conner Kowalkowski, 37 pass from Volk (Rosowski kick). M—Becker, 75 punt return (Klopfenstein kick).


Statistics: First downs—M 8, Stoughton 14. Rushing—40-289, S 27-27. Yards passing—M 14, S 258. Passes—M 9-2-0, S 27-18-0. Fumbles—M 0-0, S 1-1. Penalties—M 5-45, S 6-65.


n Monona Grove 27, Edgewood 7—Caleb Choate scored three touchdowns to lead the unbeaten Silver Eagles (5-0, 3-0) to the Badger South win over visiting Madison Edgewood (3-2. 2-1).


Edgewood’s third-quarter touchdown was only the second allowed by Monona Grove in five games.


MONONA GROVE 27, EDGEWOOD 7


Madison Edgewood 0 7 0 0—7


Monona Grove 7 7 6 7—27


Scoring summary: MG—Choate, 58 run (Schuchardt kick). Choate, 25 run (Schuchardt kick). E—Murphy, 9 pass from White (Dragoo kick). MG—Choate, 8 run (kick failed). MG—Besch, 2 run (Schuchardt kick).


Statistics: First downs—E 11, MG 19. Rushes—E 21-15, MG 48-277. Yards passing—E 170, MG 31. Passes—24-11-3, MG 3-2-0. Fumbles—E 1-1, MG 2-0. Penalties—E 4-30, MG 5-55.


n Fort Atkinson 48, Baraboo 20—The Blackhawks rolled over the host Thunderbirds in a nonconference crossover game.


Fort quarterback Drew Dunkleberger threw touchdown passes of 49, 11 and 55 yards to spark the route.


The Blackhawks improved to 5-0 overall as they get set to host Monona Grove in a Badger South first-place battle next Friday.


Baraboo’s only score came on a 83-yard kickoff return as the Thunderbirds fell to 2-3.


FORT ATKINSON 48, BARABOO 20


Fort Atkinson 14 13 14 7—48


Baraboo 0 6 0 14—20


Scoring summary: FA—Shiloh Weber, 87 kickoff return (Fitzgerald kick); FA—Weber, 49 pass from Drew Dunkleberger (Fitzgerald kick); B—Ennis, 83 kickoff return (kick failed); FA—Anson 11 pass from Dunkleberger (Fitzgerald kick); FA—Joey Scott, 4 run (kick failed); Jordan Schulenburg, 55 blocked punt return (Fitzgerald kick); FA—Weber, 55 pass from Dunkelberger (Fitzgerald kick); B—Ebright, 1 run (kick failed); FA—Tyler Zaspel, 10 run (Fitzgerald kick); B—Brown, 2 run (Hintz pass).


Statistics: First downs—FA 10, B 19. Rushing—FA 28-164, B 56-207. Yards passing—FA 180, B 56. Passes—14-9-1, 13-5-2. Fumbles—FA 1-1, B 1-1. Penalties—FA 7-80, B 2-20.




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