Senior Dylan Fagerland threw two fourth-quarter touchdown passes to give visiting Watertown a 27-20 victory over Milton in a Badger South Conference football game Friday night.

With 9:24 remaining, junior Kory Stas caught a 7-yard touchdown pass to tie the game at 20.

Stas, who had 90 receiving yards, then caught a 35-yard TD pass to close out the scoring.

Fagerland threw for 360 yards and four touchdowns, giving him a season total of 1,982 yards and 20 TDs. Senior Ryan Hayden had 139 receiving yards and junior Daniel Denault added 136.

Watertown took a 13-7 lead into the half, before the Red Hawks tied it at 13 on a 17-yard run by senior Kameron Van Natta.

Van Natta then scored again on a 32-yard run to give Milton a 20-14 lead with 11:03 remaining. He finished with 163 yards.

Junior Danny Weitzel rushed for 135 yards for the Red Hawks.

Monona Grove 42, Monroe 0

Alec Ogden threw for four touchdowns and added two more on the ground to lead the visiting Silver Eagles past the Cheesemakers, avenging a 10-7 loss to Monroe last year that cost Monona Grove the Badger South title.

Ogden hooked up with Colton Moran for a pair of scores, including a 32-yard strike that put Monona Grove ahead 42-0 just before halftime.

The Silver Eagles limited Monroe to 95 yards of offense.

Fort Atkinson 42, Madison Edgewood 17

Senior Draven Sigmund ran for 108 yards and two scores to lead the visiting Blackhawks in a rout over the Crusaders.

Madison Edgewood entered the second half trailing 21-17 but gave up 21 unanswered points.

Fort Atkinson ran for a total of 323 yards, and senior Conner O’Brien completed all seven of his passes, including two touchdown throws.

Badger North

Waunakee 69, Sauk Prairie 6

The host Warriors rushed for 312 yards, 144 of them by senior Javian Dayne, to roll past the Eagles.

Dayne and senior L.O. Johnson, back after suffering a recent injury, each had two rushing touchdowns.

Waunakee scored two touchdowns on blocked punts, including the first score of the game by senior Lucas Statz, a 39-yard return.

Waunakee, ranked No. 1 in Division 2 by WisSports.net and No. 3 among all state large schools by The Associated Press, has now outscored its opponents by a combined 266-39 through six games, an average of 44.4 to 6.5.

DeForest 41, Baraboo 0

Evan Armstrong rushed for two scores and added a third on a 56-yard pass from Trey Schroeder to help the visiting Norskies top the Thunderbirds.

Schroeder threw for 180 yards and two touchdowns.

Griffyn Holmes had a 36-yard interception return in the third quarter to make it 27-0.

Mount Horeb/Barneveld 49, Reedsburg 7

Malik Winston passed the 1,000-yard rushing mark for the season, picking up 193 yards on 20 carries and scoring twice to power the host Vikings over the Beavers.

Also for the Vikings, Luke Hagelin tallied 216 passing yards and a pair of touchdown throws, including a 56-yard strike to Miles Steinhoff to begin the scoring.

Beaver Dam 20, Portage 12

Kendrick Jimenez threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Marshall Goodrich in the third quarter and the host Golden Beavers held on to defeat the Warriors.

Kyle Gabel made field goals from 27 and 42 yards for Beaver Dam. The 42-yard kick, on the final play of the first half, tied the school record for distance.

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Wisconsin State Journal prep sports editor Art Kabelowsky has traversed the state to cover sports while working for daily papers in Fort Atkinson, Racine, La Crosse, Milwaukee and Baraboo.