The Lancaster Flying Arrows captured a record 6th WIAA State High School Football Championship, coming from down 14-0 to beat Kewaunee 21-14 in the Division 5 title game on Thursday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.
Flying Arrows fullback Tyler Landon scampered 63 yards for the game winning score with 47-seconds to play stun the Indians. The championship is the 5th in the last 7 years for Lancaster.
Kewaunee scored both of its touchdowns in the first half to take a 14-0 lead into the lockerroom at halftime, but the Flying Arrows made the adjustments defensively and kept the Indians off the scoreboard in the second half.
It's the 2nd time that Lancaster has beaten Kewaunee in a title-game matchup. The Flying Arrows defeated Kewaunee 49-28 in the 2001 State Championship game.