Royall running back Zephyr Turner
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Fond du Lac continued its domination this spring with a 52-0 shutout of Stevens Point on Friday, as the Panthers jumped out early and led 31-0 before cruising home for the victory. Senior quarterback Kyle Walljasper got things started with a 66-yard touchdown run early in the first quarter, adding two more long touchdowns in the third. On just seven rushing attempts, he went for 205 yards and those three touchdowns, adding 118 yards and a score on eight-of-12 passing as well.
|Kyle Walljasper||Fond du Lac||7||205||3|
|Will Zellner||Notre Dame||28||133||3|
|Adam Timbrook||De Pere||19||126||0|
|Ira Johnson||Appleton West||22||124||0|
|Jordan Brown||Racine Horlick||9||120||1|
|Jacob Raisbeck||Beloit Memorial||18||116||0|
Evansville scored an exciting 30-24 overtime victory against McFarland on Friday, as senior quarterback Tyr Severson accounted for all of the Blue Devils' points. That included the game-winning one-yard touchdown run on fourth and goal in the overtime period. Severson completed 14-of-27 passes in the game for 270 yards and two touchdowns as well, running the ball seven times for 27 yards and two touchdowns. He added two, two-point conversion passes plus a two-point conversion run for the victorious Blue Devils.
|Evan Voss||Black River Falls||13||20||255||2||0|
|Mason Herlitzke||La Crosse Central||10||15||202||3||0|
|Darris Schuett||New Glarus/Monticello||16||21||185||2||1|
|Gabe Herman||De Pere||12||18||160||2||0|
|Joey Tanzilo||West Allis Central||5||9||127||2||0|
|Noah Petitt||Brown Deer||8||11||126||1||0|
For the second time this season, Belleville junior Anthony Nolden was the top receiver in the state of Wisconsin. While the Wildcats scored first when Nolden hauled in an 84-yard touchdown pass from Trevor Syse, it wasn't enough in a 38-29 loss to Black Hawk/Warren (IL). In addition to the long score in the first quarter, Nolden caught touchdown passes of 50 yards and ten yards in the fourth quarter as the team's furious rally attempt came up short. For the game, Nolden caught five passes for 151 yards and those three scores.
|Jackson Warren||La Crosse Central||6||147||2|
|Maddax Shinners||De Pere||4||115||2|
|Mike Roou||Black River Falls||5||106||2|
|Tyler Collien||Fond du Lac||4||98||1|
|Bryce Manders||Brown Deer||3||90||1|
|Jack Parman||New Glarus/Monticello||5||87||0|
|Ben Beau||Benton/Scales Mound/Shullsburg||3||85||1|
|Liam Schalk||North Fond du Lac||7||83||1|
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