The Kwik Trip Game of the Week allows you, the fans, to pick what you feel is the biggest high school football game in the state each week. Not only will that game get featured on WisSports.net, but WSN General Manager Travis Wilson will make it his destination that week, with updates, photos, videos, and stories from the big game.
Fans can vote once per day, and voting goes through Wednesday at 1 pm.
And of course, no trip to a big game in Wisconsin would be complete without a stop or two at Kwik Trip!!
Kwik Trip is a family-owned company with more than 700 stores around the Midwest, and has the best selection of snacks, drinks, and of course gas to fuel your pre- or post-game needs. So what will it be for you...glazers, chocolate milk, or maybe Travis' favorite, the Spicy Chicken Sandwich!
Both teams are unbeaten on the field, though Wittenberg-Birnamwood was forced to forfeit a 53-0 victory over Northland Pines from Week 1. The Chargers have been one of the most impressive, and surprising, teams of the early part of the season, already posting wins over traditionally strong teams Iola-Scandinavia and Spencer/Columbus Catholic. Amherst is Amherst once again, and will present the latest challenge for Wittenberg-Birnamwood, as the Falcons have looked very good once again, with three quality victories on their record, the latest a 47-7 decision over Shiocton.
Edgar dropped a tight non-conference game against rival Stratford a couple weeks ago but rebounded with a 36-0 shutout of Iola-Scandinavia last week. These were projected to be the top two teams in the Marawood Conference coming into the season, and while Abbotsford is still undefeated to this point, the showdown between Colby and Edgar very likely could determine the league championship. Colby has outscored opponents 127-7 so far this season.
This is one of the best rivalries in the Fox Valley area, though Kimberly has gotten the best of Appleton North most of the time in the last decade, especially during their run of dominance under Steve Jones. North has rebounded from an early loss to Franklin to look very good, as expected. Kimberly got pushed by Oshkosh North last week before pulling away with a couple fourth quarter scores to win 35-14, though the Papermakers were a bit shorthanded.
Both teams remain undefeated, and there's a good chance these are the two best teams in the loaded Classic Eight Conference. Muskego's winning streak is up to 40 games, and the Warriors are continuing to get some new players into the mix and just get stronger. Mukwonago has so far played without star quarterback Greyton Gannon, who is recovering from injury, though Evan Herbig has done an outstanding job stepping in and manning the position. Gannon's return is getting close, though it is unclear if he will be available for this titanic showdown.
Kewaskum and Plymouth have battle for conference titles for years, whether in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference or more recently as members of the East Central. Kewaskum had taken a bit of a step back the last couple seasons, but the Indians are 3-0 to begin 2021 after an overtime victory against Kettle Moraine Lutheran last week. The East Central Conference looks to be pretty competitive this year, and both these teams should have what it takes to be in the mix.