Jacob Heyroth rushed for 182 yard and three touchdowns as visiting Lodi defeated Lakeside Lutheran 42-10 in a Capitol North Conference football game Friday night.
The victory allowed Lodi — the second-ranked team among Wisconsin medium-sized schools in The Associated Press’ poll — to remain undefeated.
Cameron McDonald tossed a 33-yard score to Dominic Scola and a 24-yard touchdown to Mitchell Nellen in the first half for the Blue Devils.
Lakeside Lutheran scored its only touchdown on a 1-yard run from Cade Olszewski in the fourth quarter.
Lake Mills 41, Watertown Luther Prep 28
Ben Dunkleberger scored six touchdowns and accounted for 291 total yards to lead the visiting L-Cats past the Phoenix.
His most important score came when he stepped in front of a Jonah Schulz pass and returned it 100 yards for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter.
Dunkleberger threw for four touchdowns passes, ran for one TD and returned an interception for another.
Joe Hirsch ran for 115 yards to lead Luther Prep, and Schulz threw for three touchdowns, all to Micah Kieselhorst.
Columbus 21, Poynette 19
With a little more than 4 minutes remaining, the Cardinals defense prevented a 2-point conversion and held on the rest of the way to beat the visiting Pumas.
The Cardinals scored two first-quarter touchdowns, including a 7-yard rushing score by Jamal Hill, to open a 14-point lead at the end of the first quarter.
Ben Waldo added a 23-yard rushing touchdown for Columbus in the fourth quarter.
New Glarus/Monticello 47, Marshall 24
The Glarner Knights scored 19 unanswered points in the second half to pull away from the host Cardinals.
Jared Carney threw for 108 yards and three scores to lead New Glarus.
Noah Zimmerman rushed for 133 of the Glarner Knights’ total of 265 yards rushing.
Kelvin Opoku-Appoh ran for 146 yards for Marshall.
Belleville 28, Waterloo 0
Nate Mabis threw for 182 yards and a touchdown and ran for another score as the host Wildcats defeated the Pirates to open a half-game lead over Cambridge in the Capitol South race.
Dalton Fahey had a 75-yard rushing score and Sawyer Fahey racked up 61 yards on 10 carries for Belleville.
Belleville’s defense held Waterloo to 148 total yards.