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!
Coming off last week's big win over Division 7 top-ranked Edgar, the Colby Hornets are looking to keep things going and really take control of the Marawood Conference, perhaps for good in 2021. Abbotsford is unbeaten, just like Colby, as the Falcons are putting up big numbers on the ground once again, averaging more than 288 yards per game, as the team has passed it just twice all season.
This Ridge & Valley-Scenic Bluffs crossover counts as a conference game for both squads, who each enter unbeaten on the year. Highland has featured an explosive running attack this year, with Brett McGuire and Cal Dorota combining to average more than 10 yards per carry and 160 yards per game. Cashton has a strong ground attack of its own, led by Colin O'Neil, who had 556 yards and seven touchdowns in just four games. Ethan Klinkner has added six scores on the ground.
Four teams are unbeaten in Big East Conference play heading into Week 5, and we'll get quite a bit more clarity about how things stack up after this week. In one showdown, Howards Grove will take on Cedar Grove-Belgium. But this Reedsville versus Hilbert is the only one that features 4-0 squads. Every one of Reedsville's games have ended in a running clock, while Hilbert's only challenge came back in Week 1 when they beat Brillion 14-0.
Medford started 0-2 in the non-conference after losses to Rice Lake and Amherst, but the Raiders have gotten on the right track in league play with back-to-back victories. Medford's surge has been led by running back Aiden Gardner, who struggled the first couple games but has come on in a big way, including 352 yards and four touchdowns against Lakeland last week. Rhinelander has been very impressive, with four wins by at least 28 points. Hodags running back Cayden Neri is fifth in the state in rushing with 869 yards on the year.
Things have been turned upside-down in the Flyway Conference this fall, with many of the spring season's top teams dropping off as new names have surged to the front. Campbellsport has certainly been one of the surprise teams, starting 3-1 overall with back-to-back 30-0 shutouts of Lomira and Laconia. Now comes another challenge in the form of Saint Mary's Springs, who struggled to a 4-3 mark in the spring and has been up-and-down this fall. The Ledgers have wins over Darlington and Lomira but were hammered by Lake Country Lutheran to open the season and fell to Mayville in the first conference game.