NECEDAH — The 2019 season was one where the Necedah Cardinals had an eye toward the future as they tried to remain competitive in the present.
The Wisconsin Dells football team’s slow close to the season came to an end Friday night with a 34-0 shutout loss to Black River Falls in a South Central Conference finale at Black River Falls High School.
Pardeeville knew it was heading back to the WIAA playoffs ever since picking up its third conference victory with a win over Dodgeland on Oct. 4. On Saturday, the Bulldogs learned who their opponent will be.
RANDOLPH — The Cambria-Friesland prep football team entered Friday’s Trailways Small Conference game against Randolph with a .500 record, which meant the Hilltoppers needed a victory in order to get an automatic bid to the WIAA playoffs.
WAUTOMA — A whole host of things didn’t go right for Mauston against Wautoma. That still didn’t keep them from scoring a big road win.
The Wisconsin Dells prep football team went scoreless in the second half, and in the process dropped its third game in a row, losing to Nekoosa 17-14 on Friday night in Wisconsin Dells.
WATERTOWN — Offense wasn’t a problem for the Columbus prep football team on Friday night against Watertown Luther Prep. It just wasn’t the reason the Cardinals won.
LAKE MILLS — So far this season, the Lodi defense has been a nearly impenetrable wall, allowing no more than 14 points this season.
CAMBRIA — Cambria-Friesland senior Max Raymond battled cramps for much of Friday’s Trailways Small Conference game against Fall River/Rio co-op.
REEDSBURG — Most members of the Baraboo prep football team entered Friday without any experience defending the Reedsburg flexbone offense.