(10-6-17) 64 in row for the Kimberly Papermakers with an impressive 37-0 win over Kaukauna.

The Papermakers win was never in doubt, Kimberly QB Alec Rosner led the way with 9 of 12 passing for 203 yards and 3 TD passes.

Next up is Appelton West who Kimberly beat 35-0 last season.

SCORING

First Quarter

  • Kimberly – Myles Laurent 33 pass from Alec Rosner (Owen Johnson kick)
  • Kimberly – D.J. Stewart 20 run (Johnson kick)

Second Quarter

  • Kimberly – Stewart 15 pass from Rosner (Johnson kick)
  • Kimberly – Zach Lechnir 29 pass from Rosner (Johnson kick)
  • Kimberly – Safety, punter dropped snap in end zone

Third Quarter

  • KIM – John Nett 1 run (Johnson kick)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Rushing: Kimberly – John Nett 11-94, D.J. Stewart 14-86.

Passing: Kimberly – Alec Rosner 9-12-1-203.

Receiving: Kimberly – Tanner Johnson 2-80.

		Q1	Q2	Q3	Q4	Final
Kaukauna	 0	 0	0	0	 0
Kimberly	14	16	7	0	37

Soldotna probably is not on Santa’s good list as the Stars beat the North Pole 35-12 for their 58th consecutive win, 2nd longest in the US.

The state’s top running back, Brenner Furlong, scored 4 rushing TDs (57, 42, 2 and 19 yards) and rushed for 255 yards on 15 carries.

Soldotna head coach Galen Brantley Jr. told the Peninsula Clarion after the game:

“It says we have some very dedicated kids that have given their blood, sweat and tears to make this happen. We have great parents and assistant coaches that help us.”

The semifinal tournament win moves the Stars closer to another State Title, and their sixth consecutive trip to the ASAA First National Bowl Series Division II, when they play the Palmer Moose in the championship game next weekend (October 14, 2017). Palmer beat Thunder Mountain 28-7 in the other semifinal final game.

The Stars have already beaten the the Moose this season 28-10 on September 8th.

 

West Virginia commit Kolton McGhee hit a 49 yard FG in the fourth quarter as Bishop Guilfoyle handled Bishop Carroll 58-0.  McGhee was five of six on extra points.

The Marauders scored 27 1st quarter points and followed that up with 21 points in the 2nd quarter and cruised to their 54th consecutive win.

Next week they play Central Cambria who the Marauders handled last season 49-7.

Bishop Carroll at Bishop Guilfoyle

Sat, Oct. 7, 2017, 7:00 p.m. – Mansion Park Stadium (Altoona High School) (Altoona PA)
  • Team 1 2 3 4 Final
    Bishop Carroll
    0 0 0 0 0
    Bishop Guilfoyle
    27 21 0 10 58

Class 4A No. 1-ranked Wagoner has set the Oklahoma record for consecutive wins at 43 passing Ada (42) thumping McLain 62-22.

Next week Wagoner takes on Oologah who they beat last season 17-7. It will be a battle of undefeated squads as the Mustangs are 6-0 after winning tonight over Grove 42-0.

		1 	2 	3 	4 	F
McLain 		0 	14 	8 	0 	22
Wagoner 	21 	27 	14 	0 	62

Cartersville had no problems with LaGrange in a 56-0 and pick up their 37th consecutive win in a row. The Hurricanes QB, Trevor Lawrence (Clemson commit), had himself a first half while celebrating his birthday, he was 15 of 17 for 235 yards passing and 6 TDs.

Up next for the Hurricanes is Sandy Creek, Cartersville is also ranked in the SSN National Public High School rankings.

		Q1	Q2	Q3	Q4	Final
Cartersville	14	35	0	7	56
LaGrange	 0	 0	0	0	 0

Longest Current Consecutive Winning Streaks

1. Kimberly (Wis.) — 64. WIN – Kimberly 37 Kaukauna 0 – up next Appleton East
(October 13th)

2. Soldotna (Alaska) — 58. WIN – Soldotna  North Pole (10-7-15) – up next (October 13th)  –

3. Bishop Guilfoyle (Altoona, Pa.) — 54. WIN – Bishop Guilfoyle 58 Bishop Carroll 0 (10-7)  – up next Central Cambria  (October 13th)

4. Wagoner (Okla.) — 43. WIN Wagoner 62   McLain Science & Tech 22 – up next Oologah – (October 13th)

5. Cartersville (Ga) – 37. WIN – Cartersville 57 LaGrange 0 – up next Sandy Creek – (October 13th)

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