High School Football Scores - Oct. 18

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NEW Media Staff

Last Updated: 2:15 p.m., 10/22

Shawano 42, Green Bay West 7

Shawano became playoff-eligible by pummelling Green Bay West in a Bay Conference clash in Shawano on Friday. Shawano, which was celebrating senior night, finished the regular season 5-4 overall and 4-4 in conference play.

Shawano’s Brayden Dickelman rushed for two touchdowns, including a 58-yarder on the first offensive play of the game. Dickelman also broke the school record for most rushing yards in a single season during the contest.

Gage Timm and Kaleb Lowney also rushed for two touchdowns each for the Hawks. Nicholas Kohn and Zach Fehrman each recorded sacks.

Shawano, which led 35-0 at halftime, earned a No. 8 seed in Division 3 and will travel to take on top-seeded West De Pere on Friday.

Bonduel 42, Southern Door 0

Bonduel capped its regular season with a nonconference rout of Southern Door in Bonduel on Friday. The Bears finished 7-2 overall and went 4-2 to take third in the Central Wisconsin Conference-Large Division.

Max Sokolski rushed for 99 yards and two touchdown to lead Bonduel in the win, while Logan Majewski had 79 rushing yards and another score. Isaac Banker also rushed for a touchdown.

Carson Robaidek hauled in a 42-yard touchdown pass from Cole Letter for Bonduel’s first touchdown. Dylan Springborn picked off two passes and returned one for a score.

Letter finished with 112 passing yards and also picked off a pass, while Banker caught four passes for 39 yards. Bonduel outgained Southern Door 353-42.

Bonduel earned a No. 3 seed in Division 6 and will host sixth-seeded Coleman on Friday.

Manawa 28, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 15

Wittenberg-Birnamwood dropped its second game in a row, coming up short in a CWC-Large battle with Manawa in Wittenberg on Friday.

Witt-Birn is still playoff-eligible with a 3-3 mark in the CWC-Large. The Chargers finished 6-3 overall.

The Chargers earned a No. 6 seed in Division 5 and will travel to take on third-seeded Chilton on Friday.

Marion/Tigerton 40, Tri-County 30

Marion/Tigerton claimed a high-scoring win at Tri-County on Friday to cap the regular season and tie for the CWC 8-man title.

Marion/Tigerton finished the regular season with a 6-3 record overall, qualifying the co-op for the 8-man playoffs. Marion/Tigerton earned a No. 4 seed and will travel to take on top-seeded Newman Catholic on Friday.

Ethan Scheef had a hand in all five of the co-op's touchdowns. Scheef rushed for 203 yards and four touchdowns, while also connecting on a 34-yard touchdown pass to Austin Hoffmann.

Marion/Tigerton led 40-14 with nine minutes left before Tri-County scored a couple late touchdowns.

"It is a really big deal to go (from) 0-9 last year in 11-man to 6-3 and winning conference in the first year of 8-man," said co-op coach Lance Litchfield.

Fall River/Rio 41, Menominee Indian 6

Menominee Indian dropped a nonconference road game to Fall River/Rio on Friday.

The Eagles finished the season with a 2-7 overall record and went 1-4 in the CWC-Small.

Oconto Falls 26, Clintonville 13

Clintonville was doubled up by Oconto Falls in a North Eastern Conference matchup in Clintonville on Friday. The Truckers finished the season with a 1-8 mark overall and went 0-8 in the NEC.

Clintonville’s Braiden Behnke rushed for a score and threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Brock Smejkal. Behnke rushed for 49 yards and threw for 117 yards.

Hunter Allender tallied 58 rushing yards for the Truckers, while Smejkal and Dylan Danforth had 48 and 47 receiving yards, respectively.

Port Edwards 48, Bowler/Gresham 6

Bowler/Gresham could not slow Port Edwards in Bowler on Friday. Bowler/Gresham finished 0-6 on the season.

Emmitt Kietlinski hit Daquan Malone-Gregory for a 45-yard touchdown to get the co-op on the scoreboard, but Port Edwards scored the game's final 48 points. Bowler/Gresham turned the ball over seven times in the loss.

Logan Thiex led the co-op with 56 rushing yards, while Malone-Gregory had 55. Jayden Boswell tallied a team-leading 12 tackles, while Thiex had eight.

"When I took over as coach this year, our No. 1 goal was to complete a varsity schedule, and we did that," said Bowler/Gresham coach Ralph Smith. "The program hasn't been able to finish a season due to injuries and low numbers for a few years, so it was a huge step in the right direction that we were able to field a team of 16 players this year. I'm proud of the guys and our effort."