Monroe’s Dempzy Foley rushed for a 25-yard touchdown in overtime, and his ensuing extra point gave the Cheesemakers a 28-27 overtime victory over host Fort Atkinson in a Badger South Conference football game Friday night.
Fort Atkinson had the ball first in the overtime period, but failed to produce a point-after touchdown (PAT) following Draven Sigmund’s 1-yard touchdown run.
Nick Bansley rushed for 105 yards on 11 carries for Monroe. He scored on a 31-yard run.
The Blackhawks’ Connor O’Brien rushed for 119 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Monona Grove 64, Milton 26
Alec Ogden threw for 273 yards and four touchdowns and added six carries for 84 yards and a score as the host Silver Eagles pulled away from the Red Hawks in Monona.
Jackson Thomsen ran for 137 yards and three touchdowns and Colton Moran had four receptions — including two for touchdowns — for 101 yards for Monona Grove.
Danny Weitzel threw for 203 yards and two touchdowns to lead Milton.
Oregon 37, Madison Edgewood 6
Kardelle Phillips caught a 32-yard touchdown pass and ran for an 81-yard score as the host Panthers jumped out early and pulled away from the Crusaders.
Dylan DiMaggio scored twice on the ground and Keion Szudy had 14 carries for 107 yards and a touchdown for Oregon.
Edgewood’s Greg Zentmyer ran for 69 yards and Alec Finger had three catches for 56 yards.
Waunakee 43, Reedsburg 3
The Warriors, the state’s highest-scoring team, were held to their second-lowest point total of the season but still dominated play against the host Beavers.
The Warriors scored three times in the first quarter, twice on scoring passes from Nate Carter and the other touchdown coming on an 8-yard run by Javian Dayne.
Carter threw three touchdown passes in all.
Riley Zuhde caught the second of Carter’s scoring passes and also returned an interception for a touchdown.
Waunakee has scored 378 points in seven games — 54 points per game.
The Warriors would need to roll up a combined 156 points in their last two games to break the state’s nine-game, regular-season scoring record of 533 points produced last year by Darlington.
The Waunakee defense also recorded a safety.
Mount Horeb/Barneveld 57, Portage 14
Malik Winston had 18 carries for 197 yards and five touchdowns as the Vikings opened a 50-point halftime lead and cruised past the host Warriors.
Luke Hagelin threw for 222 yards and three scores and Tyler Crubaugh had seven receptions for 155 yards and two touchdowns for Mount Horeb/Barneveld.
Portage’s Justin Sankey and Dale Sheppard Jr. each ran for a touchdown.
DeForest 35, Beaver Dam 7
Evan Armstrong ran for 142 yards and a touchdown as the host Norskies rolled past the Golden Beavers.
Trey Schroeder threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Jarrett Klein to give DeForest a 13-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.
Dillon Livingston caught a 44-yard pass from Kendric Jimenez for Beaver Dam’s TD.
Sauk Prairie 30, Baraboo 14
After being tied at halftime, the host Eagles took the lead with a safety early in the third quarter and Parker Breunig returned the ensuing free kick 65 yards for a touchdown to take control and pull away from the Thunderbirds.
Caden Blum caught a touchdown pass and Mike Wech had a 2-yard touchdown run for Baraboo.