Jaden Stephens rushed for 188 yards and three touchdowns to carry host Madison West past Madison East 41-7 in a Big Eight Conference football game Friday night.

Stephens opened the scoring with a 58-yard touchdown and then added a 24-yard score later in the first quarter to help Madison West capture the city championship.

The Regents ran for 311 total yards and held the Purgolders to 77 rushing yards.

Madison West had 12 first downs to Madison East’s four.

Middleton 42, Janesville Parker 0

The visiting Cardinals took control with a 28-0 second quarter that made it 35-0 at halftime, and held the Vikings to five first downs and 72 yards of offense.

Middleton’s Davis Roquet threw a pair of touchdown passes to Luke Ballweg and finished with 107 yards passing.

The Cardinals’ James Pabst scored two first-half touchdowns and Dion Huff added a pair of scores as Middleton totaled 217 yards on 37 rushing attempts.

Verona 41, Madison La Follette 18

Aaron Young tossed three touchdown passes and added two scores on the ground to carry the Wildcats over the host Lancers.

Carson Bull caught one of Young’s touchdowns in the first quarter to put Verona up 14-0 and extended the lead with two second-half rushing scores.

La Follette’s Jacob Hendrix had 112 rushing yards on 18 carries.

Sun Prairie 50, Madison Memorial 0

Draven Peeples scored two rushing touchdowns as the host Cardinals remained unbeaten with a victory over the Spartans.

Sun Prairie, ranked fourth among state large schools by The Associated Press, has outscored its opponents by a combined score of 213-25, and has allowed only one touchdown after the first quarter all season.

Cardinals quarterback Jack Zander threw for 93 yards and connected with Cooper Nelson for a 3-yard touchdown that put Sun Prairie ahead 28-0 in the second quarter.

Janesville Craig 14, Beloit Memorial 7

Devin Alderson ran for 146 of Janesville Craig’s 196 rushing yards as the visiting Cougars beat the Purple Knights.

Ben Coulter added the Cougars’ only other score on a 7-yard run.

Matthew Clark scored on a 49-yard fumble recovery in the fourth quarter for Beloit Memorial.

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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.