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.
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After two straight losses to open the season, Catholic Memorial has righted the ship with three consecutive victories, all by at least three scores. The Crusaders have leaned heavily on junior quarterback M.J. Mitchell after Corey Smith has missed the last four games with injury. New Berlin West averages 365 rushing yards per game, as Jack Wesolowski and Sean Ryan have combined for more than 1600 rushing yards already this season. This game will be played at Carroll University.
First place in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference is on the line in this one, as both teams are 3-0 in league play. Two Rivers has certainly been the more dominant of the two, outscoring opponents 125-26 in EWC play, while KLC has just a 94-54 advantage in conference action. Two Rivers averages 475 yards of offense.
The state's third most-played rivalry gets an extra kick this year as both teams are 3-0 in the SWAL, with the winner taking sole possession of first place. The teams first met in 1894, with Darlington holding a commanding 90-26-5 advantage in 121 previous meetings.
In a surprising turn of events, this matchup is for sole possession of first place in the SWC. Lancaster is unbeaten, scoring a couple dominating wins after three straight close games to begin the year. Peyton Alvarado is averaging nearly 140 rushing yards per game for the Flying Arrows. Platteville has won four straight since an opening loss to Darlington, including back-to-back impressive wins over Brodhead/Juda and Prairie du Chien.
The last two remaining unbeaten teams in Valley Football Association play meet up in this one, each coming off nice victories last week. Wausau West put a running clock on Marshfield in the second quarter and cruised to a 35-0 victory, while Stevens Point got a win over previously undefeated D.C. Everest last week. Grant Chandonais threw a pair of touchdowns for the Panthers while Braylon Smola ran for two scores.