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!
Milk has been building champions for centuries. Containing 13 essential nutrients, milk has the power to fuel everyone from elite athletes to weekend warriors. Chocolate milk is the low fat, protein-packed recovery drink that elite athletes turn to after their toughest workouts. Looking for a competitive edge? Replenish, rehydrate, and recover with chocolate milk. Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin is proud to promote the importance of milk to athletes and fans. Grab a milk at your closest Kwik Trip today!
Three teams are undefeated on the season out of the Flyway Conference, and two of those meet up in this one. We thought Campbellsport could be one of the contenders in the league, but Winnebago Lutheran is a surprise 4-0 at this point, including a win at Mayville to open conference play a couple weeks ago. Campbellsport will pound away, attempting just 12 passes this year compared to 156 rushing attempts.
The Marawood Conference has dominated so far this year, including a perfect 12-0 mark collectively against the CWC-Small in crossovers the last two weeks. That means there's a lot of teams with outstanding records in the conference, with just two losses among the six Marawood teams to this point. Things will change with intra-conference play starting this week, with D5 sixth-ranked Colby hosting D7 fourth-ranked Edgar in a huge conference showdown.
These teams have played some gigantic matchups over the last few years, and this one should be no different. Mukwonago is second in the Division 1 poll and Muskego is likely to move to third this week. Mukwonago has dominated a bit more this year than Muskego has, with the Warriors winning the two non-conference games over Verona and Oak Creek by a combined 10 points. Muskego has looked better the last couple weeks against Waukesha schools, but so has Mukwonago.
The Trailways Conference looks very competitive this season, with four teams currently 2-0 in league play. Pardeeville has posted one-score wins the last couple weeks, but the Bulldogs have nonetheless found a way to get in the win column. Lourdes Academy rebounded from a close loss to Reedsville in Week 2 to defeat Cambria-Friesland and Fall River/Rio the last two weeks.
There is a very clear delineation in the Greater Metro Conference, where the bottom four teams are a combined 0-16 overall, though the top four are 14-2. Brookfield Central, the third-ranked team in Division 2, and Sussex Hamilton, the seventh-ranked team in D1, are both unbeaten to this point in the year. Sussex Hamilton's Tyler Hatcher is off to a hot start to the season, averaging nearly 250 passing yards per game.