Sports Overtime - Thursday - WQOW TV: Eau Claire, WI NEWS18 News, Weather, and Sports

Sports Overtime - Thursday

Posted:
Michael Maenner (#5) of EC Regis congratulates Khadel Akindolire (#1) after a 2nd quarter TD Michael Maenner (#5) of EC Regis congratulates Khadel Akindolire (#1) after a 2nd quarter TD
Regis shows the second-place trophy to the Ramblers fans at Camp Randall Stadium Regis shows the second-place trophy to the Ramblers fans at Camp Randall Stadium
Isaac Tuttle scores 4 TD's as Glenwood City wins the Division 7 state title Isaac Tuttle scores 4 TD's as Glenwood City wins the Division 7 state title
Glenwood City's Shane Strong wins a state title in his 4th season at the helm of the Hilltoppers Glenwood City's Shane Strong wins a state title in his 4th season at the helm of the Hilltoppers
Tyler Ledbeter has 3 TD's as Somerset wins the Division 4 state title Tyler Ledbeter has 3 TD's as Somerset wins the Division 4 state title

HS FOOTBALL

WIAA State Finals

Division 4

 

BIG FOOT   33

SOMERSET   35, F-OT

Chiefs: 12-1, Spartans: 12-1

BF: Mason Dixon: 24 carries, 163 yds., 2 TD

Somerset: Vernon Breault: 42 carries, 204 yds., TD

Somerset: Tyler Ledbeter: 15 carries, 151 yds., 3 TD

 -------------------------------------------------------------

MADISON (AP) — Senior quarterback Tyler Ledbeter scored on a five-yard run in overtime and watched the Somerset defense spoil Walworth Big Foot's two-point conversion to earn a 35-33 overtime victory over Walworth Big Foot in the WIAA Division 4 championship Thursday night at Camp Randall.

Senior Vernon Breault rushed for 184 yards for Somerset (12-1), which rebounded from a second-place finish in the Middle Border Conference to claim the school's second state championship a year after losing by two in double overtime.

Once down 21-6, the Chiefs (12-1) outscored Somerset 21-6 over the final two-plus quarters, including a four-yard rushing touchdown by senior Connor Hehr when time expired before halftime and an 11-yard scamper from the quarterback to tie the score with 5:28 remaining.

On Big Foot's overtime possession, Hehr completed a 19-yard pass to senior tailback Mason Dixon to set up the tying conversion, but Hehr's conversion pass went off the hands of sophomore Brandon Hausner near the pylon.

The Chiefs fell to 1-2 in state title games, winning in 2009 and finishing second in 2008.

--------------------------------------------------------------

Division 6

 

EAU CLAIRE REGIS   14

ST. MARY'S SPRINGS   24

Ramblers: 12-1, Ledgers: 13-0

Rushing yards: ECR 324, SMS 161

Passing yards: ECR -9, SMS 144

Ramblers' 3rd runner-up finish

-------------------------------------------------------------

MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Fond du Lac St. Mary's Springs senior quarterback Evan Henderson threw for two touchdowns and rushed for another as the Ledgers beat Eau Claire Regis, 24-14, to win the WIAA Division 6 championship at Camp Randall.

Henderson completed 14 of 17 passes for 144 yards and no interceptions. The Ledgers (13-0) won their second straight state championship and fourth overall.

The Ledgers held all 13 opponents this season to 14 points or fewer. On Thursday they limited the Ramblers (12-1) to minus 9 passing yards. The previous all-division record was held by Spring Valley, which yielded minus 6 passing yards to Highland in 2000.

Regis was playing in its first state title game since 2009. Its defense had five shutouts this season but couldn't stop a balanced Ledgers offense.

-------------------------------------------------------------

Division 7

 

GLENWOOD CITY   46

POTOSI   21

Hilltoppers: 11-2, Chieftains: 12-1

GC: 3rd state FB title (2012, 1997, 1985)

Isaac Tuttle: 21 carries, 195 yards, 4 TD's

Adam Holmquist 30 carries, 149 yards, 1 TD

---------------------------------------------------------

MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Junior tailback Isaac Tuttle rushed for 195 yards and scored two of his four rushing touchdowns in the third quarter, as Glenwood City exploded in the second half to upend previously unbeaten Potosi, 46-21, to win the WIAA Division 7 championship Thursday at Camp Randall.

Trailing 14-12 at halftime, the Hilltoppers (11-2) scored on all three third-quarter drives, rushing for touchdowns of 35, 20 and 36. For the quarter, Glenwood City outgained Potosi (12-1) 174-26 and 500-273 for the game.

It was Glenwood City's third state championship in three appearances, but its first since winning in Division 5 in 1997.

Potosi advanced to state for the first time averaging 42 points a game. Against Glenwood City, the Chieftains were held to their second-lowest point total of the year.

 

================================

BOYS HS BASKETBALL

Dunn-St. Croix

 

PLUM CITY   37

COLFAX   79

Cfax: Cody Zivcic 30 points, Sawyer DeMoe 20

Blue Devils: 0-1 (0-1), Vikings: 1-0 (1-0)

 

ELK MOUND   62

BOYCEVILLE   36

Mounders: 1-0 (2-0), Bulldogs: 0-1 (0-1)

 

MONDOVI   52

ELMWOOD   67

Buffaloes: 0-1 (0-1), Raiders: 1-0 (1-0)

-------------------------------------------------------------

Lakeland

 

BRUCE   46

SHELL LAKE   43

------------------------------------------------------------

Dairyland

 

MELROSE-MINDORO   56

EAU CLAIRE IMMANUEL LUTHERAN   65

-------------------------------------------------------------

Non-Conference

 

HOLMEN   41

EAU CLAIRE MEMORIAL   58

Vikings: 1-0, Old Abes: 0-1

 

STANLEY-BOYD   43

CHETEK-WEYERHAEUSER   45

 

UNITY   43

OSCEOLA   40

 

BLAIR-TAYLOR   59

ARCADIA   50

 

CUMBERLAND   68

WEBSTER   20

 

Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 WorldNow and WQOW. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service and Mobile Privacy Policy & Terms of Service.

Persons with disabilities who need assistance with issues relating to the content of this station's pubic inspection file should contact Director of Station Operations Lisa Patrow at 715-852-5920. Questions or concerns relating to the accessibility of the FCC's online public file system should be directed to the FCC at 888-225-5322, at 888-835-5322 (TTY) or at fccinfo@fcc.gov.