2013 Football Championships
Thursday, Nov. 21
Division 7: Black Hawk (14-0) 44, Glenwood City (13-1) 22 – stats
Division 6: Shiocton (14-0) 35, Darlington (12-2) 0 – stats
Division 5: Stanley-Boyd (14-0) 21, Lancaster (13-1) 16 – stats
Division 4: Winneconne (9-5) 28, Platteville (9-5) 14 – stats
Friday, Nov. 22
Division 3: Monona Grove (14-0) 21, Greendale (13-1) 17 – stats
Division 2: Kimberly (14-0) 51, Oshkosh North (13-1) 10 – stats
Division 1: Arrowhead (13-1) 45, Franklin (12-2) 24 – stats
Arrowhead defends title
Arrowhead captured its second consecutive Division 1 state title, knocking off Franklin 45-24 on Friday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.
Arrowhead senior Jake Miller set the Division 1 record for most catches in a game with 11 and tied the mark for touchdown receptions with two in the win. Teammate Ricky Finco finished with five receptions and a Division 1-record 113-yards.
The game was tied 17-17 in the third quarter when Arrowhead recovered a Franklin fumble and marched 76 yards on 11-plays to score a touchdown and went on to finish 13-1 with back to back state titles. Franklin finished 12-2.
Kimberly caps perfect season
Quarterback Scott Schreiber signed a national letter of intent Monday to play college baseball at Nebraska, then went out and rushed for four
touchdowns and passed for a fifth to lead the Kimberly Papermakers to a 51-10 win over VFA conference foe Oshkosh North to win the Division 2 state title.
Schreiber had 12 carries for 100 yards as Kimberly won its third state title since 2007. Schreiber hit 9 of 12 through the air for 154 yards.
Sophomore running back Blair Mullholland rushed for 89 yards on 18 carries and a touchdown in the victory at Kimberly finished a perfect
14-0. Oshkosh North suffered their first loss to finish 13-1.
The game was delayed about a half hour when Spartan linebackers Rob Phillips and Alec Goodermuth collided while attempting to make a tackle on a punt return with 10:25 left to play. Both players were transported to a local hospital for treatment of their injuries.
Monona Grove rebounds for D-3 title
For 2 1/2 quarters, it looked like Greendale was headed for the division 3 state title on Friday morning at Camp Randall. But Monona Grove got rolling midway through the third quarter and came back to beat the Panthers 21-17 to capture the Gold Ball.
Monona Grove capped off a perfect season, finishing 14-0, while Greendale saw its season end with its only defeat (13-1).