The Kwik Trip & Wisconsin Dairy 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 and a chocolate milk!!
Kwik Trip is a family-owned company with more than 800 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!
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After Randolph fell to Johnson Creek 29-28 last week, Cambria-Friesland is the last remaining unbeaten team in Trailways Conference play. The Hilltoppers are a perfect 5-0 overall, coming off a narrow 28-27 win over Deerfield. Randolph remains in the hunt, but likely must win this week to have a shot at the league title.
Bangor has won every Scenic Bluffs Conference title since 2014, though there were some cracks in the foundation last year, when the Cardinals saw their 44-game conference winning streak end against Luther and after a regular season victory over Cashton, fell to the Cardinals in Level 2 of the playoffs. Now both Bangor and Cashton enter unbeaten, with Scenic Bluffs supremacy on the line.
Last week we talked about how because of the dominance of the North Eastern Conference over the Bay Conference in crossovers, all of the NEC teams were unbeaten in league play entering Week 5. Three of those undefeated teams remain, including Little Chute and Fox Valley Lutheran. Little Chute got by previously unbeaten Luxemburg-Casco last week, while Fox Valley Lutheran downed Denmark.
This is a big-time rivalry game as these teams have competed so fiercely in the East Central and previously the Eastern Wisconsin Conference over the years. Plymouth is smarting after a controversial last-second loss to Berlin on Friday night, when the defense allowed nearly 300 rushing yards. Kewaskum is riding high and still undefeated after a 41-0 running clock win over Waupun on Saturday.
The biggest game of the year, at least to date, in the Mississippi Valley Conference, as league newcomer Reedsburg travels to one of the league's most consistent programs over the last decade, the Onalaska Hilltoppers. Reedsburg has won a number of close games this year, as the resurgent Beavers are trending in the right direction under second-year coach Calvin Zenz. Onalaska and head coach Tom Yashinsky have been the most dominant team in the MVC, outscoring league opponents 130-18 after a couple low-scoring non-conference victories over West Salem and Menomonie.
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