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PREP FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
High school football notebook: Ryan Beirne keeps West Salem on target

Ryan Beirne wanted to reach the end zone.

The West Salem High School senior took a snap late in the fourth quarter with the Panthers trying to put away Logan in a key MVC game at Swanson Field. A touchdown on that third-and-goal play from the 7-yard line would have done it.

Beirne

But after Beirne was stopped at the 2, the next option — a short field-goal attempt — became reality. But instead of lining up for the kick right away, Beirne walked toward his sideline and stood with coach Justin Jehn until the team was flagged for delay of game.

After the ball was backed up 5 yards, Beirne lined up and booted a 24-yard kick that gave the Panthers a 10-0 lead with 2 minutes, 39 seconds on the clock.

It isn’t often that a high school team wants a penalty to back the ball up on a kick attempt, but this one made sense.

“We were up tight (to the goalposts) there,” Jehn said of the attempt. “You have to understand some science to know how sharp that angle would be, so we wanted a better angle.

“It gave us a better chance to take a two-possession lead, so we were happy to kick it.”

Beirne’s field goal — his fourth of the season — forced the Rangers (3-4, 2-3) to move quickly, and that can lead to a mistake. West Salem’s Matthew Bigley took advantage of that mistake by intercepting Matt Escher’s first-down pass, and the Panthers ran out the clock after getting one first down.

The victory moves West Salem one win away from clinching a share of its first MVC championship since joining in 2014. The Panthers close by playing at Sparta (4-3, 2-3) on Friday, then hosting Onalaska (6-1, 4-1) at Logan on Oct. 13.

One reason West Salem finds itself in this position is the play of its defense. The Panthers have shut out four opponents — the last two included — and played pretty consistently.

Already comfortable with his linebackers and secondary during practices in early August, Jehn wanted to see the development of the line and make the group solid from front to back.

Juniors Joe Hess and John Glassmaker and sophomore Dylan Noel, collectively, had a big impact as defensive linemen against Logan. They were disruptive on the line of scrimmage, and Noel combined with linebacker Ethan Olson on a sack in the third quarter.

WISNIEWSKI EARNING HIS STRIPES: Sparta coach John Blaha said in the early days of training camp that he wasn’t sure who would be his team’s starting quarterback.

How exciting it must be, then, for Blaha and the Spartans (4-3, 2-3 MVC) to watch what sophomore Cole Wisniewski has been able to do this season.

Each time his team was put in a tough position — and there were plenty in Friday’s back-and-forth shootout between Central and Sparta — Cole Wisniewski made the reads, the runs and the throws necessary to keep the Spartans in the game.

The plays he made were impressive no matter the age of the player, but Wisniewski engineered drives to tie the game on three occasions, and led his team down to the Central 5-yard with another chance to knot it up with a few minutes remaining. The poise he showed the 46-38 loss is an indication that Sparta’s offense is in good hands for the rest of this season and in the coming years.

“He’s done a good job keeping his composure and improving each week,” Blaha said. “I thought our O-line did a real good job (Friday) keeping him clean and giving him running lanes … Our seniors have done a good job keeping him even out there.”

Wisniewski operated the Spartans’ triple-option efficiently, and he led the team with 100 yards on 19 carries. He also took advantage of one-on-one coverage in the passing game to pick up big chunks through the air, most notably when he hit senior tight end Keegan Savor up the seam in what turned out to be an 84-yard score.

Sparta will have a tough time securing a playoff bid on its own — it hosts West Salem (6-1, 5-0) and plays at Holmen (5-2, 4-1) to finish the season — but as Friday showed, Wisniewski’s development and the weapons around him can make life difficult on a defense.

SHUT-DOWN DEFENSE: Melrose-Mindoro was overwhelmed in a 51-7 loss to Bangor the first night of the season. The Cardinals rolled up 360 yards in that victory to give the Mustangs a tough start.

But no one has been able to put together much of anything against Melrose-Mindoro (6-1, 4-0) ever since.

The Mustangs have allowed an average of 3.5 points and 96.8 yards per game since Week 1 and they try to win a third straight Dairyland Conference championship. Melrose-Mindoro has shut out four of the last six teams it has played heading into Friday’s game against Eleva-Strum (2-5, 1-3).

A regular-season finale with Independence/Gilmanton (7-0, 4-0) looms ahead. The Indees can do their part to make that a battle of conference unbeatens by taking care of Augusta (3-4, 1-4) on Friday.

KING AT IT AGAIN: Caledonia quarterback Owen King, who will play basketball at South Dakota State after graduation, had quite a two-year performance to live up to as a senior.

King passed for 5,295 yards and 92 touchdowns in two seasons as the Warriors’ starter. Coincidentally, Caledonia won all 28 games he started those two seasons.

He is answering that performance with another big one as the Warriors (5-0, 4-0) continue their dominance in the White Division of the Southeast District. After passing for 274 yards and six touchdowns in a 42-13 win over Chatfield, King has 1,122 passing yards, 20 touchdowns and one interception.


Rory O’Driscoll, La Crosse Tribune  

Sparta High School quarterback Cole Wisniewski pitches the ball as he is brought down by Central’s Jacob Servais during Friday’s MVC game at UW-La Crosse’s Veterans Memorial Field.


VOLLEYBALL | THOMPSON CONNECTION
Volleyball a family affair for Thompsons

WEST SALEM — Just like student-athletes, first-year West Salem High School volleyball coach Brett Thompson is still learning and making adjustments.

Thompson is young. In fact, he’s a 21-year-old UW-La Crosse student, and was a senior at West Salem when the current Panthers’ seniors were freshmen.

“It’s nice to have those connections with those girls,” Thompson said. “There’s some girls I can be stern with and others I can’t. Just knowing everyone on a personal level and not just on a volleyball level helps a lot.”

Thompson coached last year at the junior varsity level, too, but this is his first head coaching job.

That being said, all parties involved know where to draw the line between coach and friend.

“They’ve done extremely well (on where to draw the line),” Thompson said. “I haven’t had to go over that with them at all.”

Thompson has been around volleyball all his life, shadowing in the footsteps of his mother, Tina. He remembers being at practice as a little kid, and one of the stations at practice was for the players to watch Brett Thompson in the car seat.

“I do feel pressure filling her spot,” Brett Thompson said. “It’s been really nice having to bounce ideas off (Tina Thompson) and if I’m about to have a mental breakdown, she calmed me down. Having all that exposure from day one, it helps me relate to the girls.”

There’s one more Thompson on the Panthers — junior Sam Thompson — and she leads West Salem with 132 kills in 16 games.

Coach Thompson also acknowledged that his little sister knows where the line is between brother and coach, and seldom do they take volleyball home with them where it still reigns supreme.

“Sam will have one-on-one conversations with my mom, and my mom and I will have a one-on-one, but never the three of us together,” Coach Thompson said. “It’s difficult at times, but it’s a lot better than I thought it was going to be.”

So, what does Brett Thompson feel like he needs to work on?

“Staying within myself,” he said. “A few times, I overreact a bit. I get upset more easily.”


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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD

FOOTBALL

MVC

CENTRAL 46, SPARTA 38

Sparta;7;15;16;0;—;38

Central;14;8;16;8;—;46

First quarter: C—Greg Kohler 16 pass from Johnny Davis (AC Riley pass from Davis) 9:08; S—Cole Wisniewski 2 run (Bryce Edwards kick) 4:00; C—Davis 1 run (pass failed) 2:57.

Second quarter: S—Edwards 8 run (Edwards kick) 8:57; S—Keegan Savor 86 pass from Wisniewski (Wisniewski run) 5:49; C—Steven Cross 67 pass from Davis (AC Riley pass from Davis) 5:11.

Third quarter: C—Kohler 16 pass from Davis (Riley pass from Davis) 5:14; S—Rrig Falmnger 90 kick return (Edwards run) 5:00; C—David Hayden 24 pass from Davis (Zach Fellenz pass from Davis) 4:12; S—Savor 18 pass from Wisniewski (Wisniewski run) 2:13.

Fourth quarter: C—Kohler 7 pass from Davis (Fellenz pass from Kohler) 6:25.

Rushing: S—Wisniewski 18-90; C—Cross 15-100; Passing: S—Wisniewski 14-26-1-200; C—Davis 21-38-0-414; Receiving: S—Savor 3-122; C—Kohler 9-181, Jamar Davis 7-89, Hayden 3-65. Total yards: S—216 rushing-200 passing—416 total; C—128 rushing-414 passing—542 total; Fumbles: S—1-1; C—total-lost.

Records: S 4-3, 2-3; C 5-2, 3-2

WEST SALEM 10, LOGAN 0

Logan;0;0;0;0;—;0

West Salem;7;0;0;3;—;10

First quarter: WS—Brendan Holt 3 run (Ryan Beirne kick).

Fourth quarter: WS—FG Beirne 24.

Rushing: L—CJ Siegel 7-38; WS—Holt 29-107; Passing: L—Matt Escher 6-13-1-53; WS—Beirne 5-9-0-83; Receiving: L—Jericho Parcher 2-37; WS—Jake Whitbeck 2-42; Total yards: L—87 rushing-77 passing—164 total; WS—175 rushing-83 passing—258 total; Fumbles: L—1-1; WS—0-0.

Records: L 3-4, 2-3; WS 6-1, 5-0.

HOLMEN 46, AQUINAS 20

Aquinas;0;0;8;12;—;20

Holmen;14;32;0;0;—;46

First quarter: H—Drew Becker 15 run (Jonah Johnson kick) 9:19; H—Becker 2 run (Johnson kick) 7:09.

Second quarter: H—Mitchell Torud 1 run (kick failed) 10:57; H—Tatum Grass 25 pass from Isaac Handland (kick failed) 10:00; H—Becker 2 run (kick failed) 8:46; H—Kevin Koelbl 4 run (Peyton Lamere kick) 6:02; H—Seth Hauser interception return (Lamere kick) 5:19.

Third quarter: A—Nick Cambio 4 run (Conley Malone pass from Gavin Wetzel) 3:19.

Fourth quarter: A—Malone 13 pass from Wetzel (run failed) 7:10; A—Mason Viner fumble return (pass failed) :46.

Rushing: A—Cambio 16-74; H—Becker 12-231; Passing: A—Wetzel 11-20-1-55; H—Handland 1-4-0-25; Receiving: A—Max Gauger 1-25; H—Tatum Grass 1-25. Total yards: A—72-55—127; H—380-25—405; Fumbles: A—0-0; H—5-2.

Records: A 0-7, 0-5; H 5-2, 4-1.

MVC

ONALASKA 58, TOMAH 28

Tomah;7;7;7;7;—;28

Onalaska;14;27;14;3;—;58

First quarter: T—Isaac Klema 2 run (Kyle Kroener kick); O—Ray Heilman 4 run (Kaley Manglitz kick); O—Nathan Lubinsky 49 run (Manglitz kick).

Second quarter: O—Noah Skifton 34 run (kick failed); T—Seth Huneck 3 run (Kroener kick); O—Jack Weber 40 pass from Skifton (Manglitz kick); O—Christian Oliver 37 interception return; O—Lubinsky 1 run (Manglitz kick).

Third quarter: O—Tim Valk 2 pass from Skifton (Manglitz kick); T—Klema 3 run (Kroener kick); O—Conner Haggerty 18 pass from Skifton (Manglitz kick).

Fourth quarter: O—FG Manglitz 21; T—Krimzen Perea 14 run (Kroener kick).

Rushing: T—Klema 26-118; O—Lubinsky 7-80; Passing: T—Peter Brey 5-13-3-72; O—Skifton 13-16-0-232; Austin Larson 3-3-0-32; Receiving: T—Kroener 3-51; O—Valk 4-80. Total yards: T—245 rushing-72 passing—317 total; O—195 rushing-264 passing—459 total; Fumbles: T—1-1; O—0-0.

Records: T 2-5, 0-5; O 6-1, 4-1.

COULEE

G-E-T 67, ONALASKA LUTHER 7

Ona. Luther;0;0;0;7;—;7

G-E-T;40;13;6;8;—;67

First quarter: GET—Ben Behan 45 run (Bryce Burns run) 11:30; GET—Dylan Johnson fumble recovery (Behan run) 11:30; GET—Christopher Thompson fumble recovery (Connor Jacobs run) 9:51; GET—Burns 23 run (Behan run) 5:38; GET—Behan 81 run (Brett Lettner run) 3:34.

Second quarter: GET—Jacobs 11 run (run fail) 10:34; GET—Burns 3 run (Nathan Truax kick) 2:46.

Third quarter: GET—Behan 54 run (Noah Matzke kick) 11:06.

Fourth quarter: OL—Benjamin Thompson 4 run (Brandon Boos run) 1:57.

Rushing: OL—Matzke 19-112; GET—Behan 7-216; Passing: OL—Zachary Wihlm 2-4-1-17; GET—Lettner 1-1-0-24; Receiving: OL—Ben Riley 1-16; GET—Truax 1-24. Total yards: OL—123 rushing-26 passing—149 total; GET—416 rushing-24 passing—440 total; Fumbles: OL—6-4; GET—1-1.

Records: OL 2-5, 0-3; GET 7-0, 3-0.

VIROQUA 42, BLACK RIVER FALLS 6

BRF;0;0;6;0;—;6

Viroqua;14;16;0;12;—;42

First quarter: V—Steve Diehl 6 run (kick fail). V—Diehl 25 run (Tyler Hannah run).

Second quarter: V—Ryan Hannah 5 run (Ryan Hannah pass from Kasey Hammond). V—Ryan Hannah 1 run (Ryan Hannah run).

Third quarter: BRF—Ethan Anderson 11 pass from Elliot Bird (pass failed).

Fourth quarter: V—Diehl 13 run (pass failed). V—Sam Jett 59 pass from Ryan Hannah.

Rushing: BRF—Bird 12-29; V—Tyler Hannah 21-148, Ryan Hannah 17-132; Passing: BRF—Bird 14-24-1-154; V—Ryan Hannah 1-1-0-59; Receiving: BRF—Isaac Cowles 4-73; V—Jett 1-59. Total yards: BRF—58 rushing-154 passing—212 total; V—367 rushing-59 passing—426 total; Fumbles: BRF—1-0; V—1-1.

Records: BRF 1-6, 1-2; V 3-4, 1-2.

SCENIC BLUFFS

BROOKWOOD 14, HILLSBORO 13 (2OT)

Hillsboro;0;3;0;3;7;—;13

Brookwood;0;0;0;6;8;—;14

Second quarter: H—FG Sigurd Lilmose 28.

Fourth quarter: H—FG Lilmose 25; B—Robert Cunitz 18 pass from Jack Mulvaney (pass failed).

Overtime: H—Jacob Urban 5 run (Lilmose kick); B—Tanner Rynes 25 run (Connor Schueller pass from Mulvaney).

Rushing: H—Noah Feala 11-130; B—Ben DeWitt 25-104; Passing: B—Mulvaney 7-24-2-94; Receiving: B—Leader catches-yards. Total yards: H—272 rushing-0 passing—272 total; B—155 rushing-104 passing—259 total; Fumbles: H—3-3; B—4-2.

Records: H 4-3, 2-3; B 6-1, 4-0.

DAIRYLAND

WHITEHALL 42, BLAIR-TAYLOR 7

Whitehall;14;6;16;6;—;42

Blair-Taylor;0;0;0;7;—;7

First quarter: W—Parker Windjue 15 run (Edgar Velasquez pass from Windjue); W—Velasquez 32 pass from Windjue (pass failed).

Second quarter: W—Mitchell Thompson 31 pass from Windjue (run failed).

Third quarter: W—Ben Ritter 12 run (Tristan Wohlhoefer pass from Windjue); W—Wohlhoefer 13 pass from Windjue (Ritter run).

Fourth quarter: W—Cody Trimberger 33 run (pass failed); BT—Tyler Kirchner 37 pass from Matthew Waldera (Rafael Dacosta kick).

Rushing: W—Windjue 8-75; BT—Matthew Brandenburg 21-128; Passing: W—Windjue 9-24-3-199; BT—Waldera 2-4-1-62; Receiving: W—Trimberger 5-97; BT—Kirchner 1-37; Total yards: W—174 rushing-199 passing—273 total; BT—207 rushing-62 passing—269 total.

Records: W 4-3, 3-2; BT 0-7, 0-4.

MELROSE-MINDORO 40, C-FC 0

Mel.-Min.;13;14;7;6;—;40

C-FC;0;0;0;0;—;0

First quarter: MM—Jeremy Anderson 60 run (kick failed); MM—Anderson 5 run (Victor Ponterio kick).

Second quarter: MM—Evan Peterson 3 run (Ponterio kick); MM—Anderson 62 run (Ponterio kick).

Third quarter: MM—Patrick Corcoran 9 run (Ponterio kick).

Fourth quarter: MM—Andy Antony 41 run (kick failed).

Rushing: MM—Anderson 11-149, Antony 12-97; CFC—Cole Nisbit 8-31; Passing: MM—Blaken 2-3-1-18; CFC—Tate Murty 8-16-0-72; Receiving: MM—Brandon Daniels 1-10; CFC—Nisbit 1-37; Total yards: MM—334 rushing-18 passing—352 total; CFC—12 rushing-72 passing—84 total.

Records: MM 6-1, 4-0; CFC 3-4, 2-2.

RIDGE AND VALLEY

DE SOTO 36, NORTH CRAWFORD 26

De Soto;0;14;16;6;—;36

N. Crawford;6;6;6;8;—;26

First quarter: NC—Kenny Spencer 80 run (run failed).

Second quarter: D—Brock Venner 20 run (run failed); NC—Spencer 67 run (pass failed); D—Trevor Rebhahn 5 run (Dylan Chapes pass from Evan Overby).

Third quarter: NC—Spencer 3 run (run failed); D—Overby 10 run (Overby run); D—Grant Chapes 51 pass from Overby (Overby run).

Fourth quarter: D—Rebhahn 2 run (pass failed); NC—Noah Miles 25 pass from John Volden (Thomas Turben pass from Volden).

Rushing: D—Overby 21-103; NC—Spencer 22-249; Passing: D—Overby 12-20-2-197; NC—Volden 8-15-0-103; Receiving: D—Grant Chapes 5-102; NC—Miles 5-68; Total yards: D—244 rushing-197 passing—441 total; NC—242 rushing-103 passing—345 total; Fumbles: D—0-0; NC—2-2.

Records: D 5-2, 3-1; NC 1-6, 1-3.

SWC

LANCASTER 62, PRAIRIE DU CHIEN 27

Lancaster;13;20;15;14;—;62

PdC;7;13;7;0;—;27

First quarter: L—Evan Gates 26 run (Tanner Oyen kick). PdC—Gavin Gillitzer 49 run (Cory Check kick). L—Gates 2 run (kick failed).

Second quarter: PdC—Carter Pederson 36 pass from Gillitzer (kick failed). L—Gates 17 run (kick failed). L—Evan Straka 6 run (pass failed). PdC—Tyler Smock 70 run (Check kick). L—Gates 2 run (Hayden Knapp from Dawson Bowen).

Third quarter: L—Straka 30 run (Oyen kick). PdC—Smock 85 pass from Gillitzer (Check kick). L—Gates 1 run (Gates run).

Fourth quarter: L—Gates 11 run (Oyen kick). L—Straka 38 run (Oyen kick).

Rushing: L—Gates 51-392; PdC—Smock 13-86; Passing: L—Straka 6-11-0-82; PdC—Gillitzer 9-18-1-229; Receiving: L—Knapp 1-29; PdC—Smock 2-88. Total yards: L—490 rushing-82 passing—572 total; PdC—139 rushing-260 passing—399 total; Fumbles: L—2-1; PdC—4-3.

Records: L 6-1, 3-0; PdC 6-1, 2-1.

SOUTHEAST-RED

PINE ISLAND 49, LA CRESCENT 12

La Crescent;0;0;6;6;—;12

Pine Island;14;13;7;15;—;49

First quarter: PI—Josh Navratil 45 run (Keegan Majerus kick); PI—Navratil 38 run (Majerus kick).

Second quarter: PI—Navrail 1 run (Majerus kick); PI—Navrail 34 pass from Majerus (kick blocked).

Third quarter: L—Romy Whitford 11 pass from Zach Todd (kick failed); PI—Logan Andrist 10 pass from Majerus (Majerus kick).

Fourth quarter: L—Thomas Kiesau 13 pass from Todd (pass fail); PI--Owen Allen 10 pass from Majerus (Majerus kick); PI—Travis Eitel 5 run (Cole Groven run).

Rushing: L—Trustan Fuchsel 3-12; PI—Josh Navratil 16-169; Passing: L—Zach Todd 15-34-2-216; PI—Keegan Majerus 16-22-1-299.

Receiving: L—Thomas Kiesau 11-120; PI—Navratil 5-117, Logan Andrist 4-105. Total yards: L—(minus 24)-298—274; PI—240-299—539; Fumbles: L—1-0; PI—2-2.

Records: L 0-5, 0-4; PI 3-2, 3-1.

SOUTHEAST-WHITE

CALEDONIA 42, CHATFIELD 13

Chatfield;6;0;0;7;—;13

Caledonia;13;13;13;3;—;42

First quarter: Cal—Jordan Burg 10 pass from Owen King (kick failed). Cha—Beh Ihrke 73 kickoff return (kick fail). Cal—Andrew Goergen 6 pass from King (King kick).

Second quarter: Cal—Kyle Cavanaugh 6 pass from King (King kick). Cal—Mason Staggemeyer 4 pass from King (kick failed).

Third quarter: Cal—Nick McCabe 2 pass from King (King kick). Cal—Goergen 34 pass from King (kick failed).

Fourth quarter: Cal—FG King 21; Cha—Ihrke 10 run (Nathaniel Fox kick).

Rushing: Cha—Carson Larrabee 5-55; Cal—Jack Beardmore 10-34; Passing: Cha—Ben Brogan 1-1-0-9; Cal—King 23-30-0-274; Receiving: Cha—Seth Allen 1-9; Cal—Goergen 9-141. Total yards: Cha—103 rushing-9 passing—112; Cal—125 rushing-277 passing—402 total; Fumbles: Cha—7-4; Cal—1-0.

Records: Cha 2-3, 1-3; Cal 5-0, 4-0.

NONCONFERENCE

BANGOR 44, POTOSI/CASSVILLE 15

Potosi;8;7;0;0;—;15

Bangor;6;16;8;14;—;44

First quarter: B—Luke Reader 12 pass from Drew Johnson (run failed); P/C—Trevor Pluemer 3 run (Pluemer pass from Will Bierman).

Second quarter: B—Caleb Miedema 9 pass from Johnson (Reader pass from Johnson); P/C—Bierman 1 run (Cyrus Siegert kick); B—Reader 7 pass from Johnson (Reader run).

Third quarter: B—reader 60 run (Reader run).

Fourth quarter: B—Reader 10 run (Reader run); B—Reader 57 run (run failed).

Rushing: P/C—Jaydon Carbone 15-75; B—Reader 29-246; Passing: P/C—Bierman 9-19-2-99; B—Johnson 8-11-0-139; Receiving: P/C—Brady Curtis 2-45; B—Miedema 3-70; Total yards: P/C—127 rushing-99 passing—226 total; B—342 rushing-139 passing— 481 total; Fumbles: P—1-0; B—1-1.

Records: P/C 5-2; B 7-0.


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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL | STANDINGS
High school football: Standings

MVC

;Conf.;Overall

;W-L;W-L

West Salem;5-0;6-1

Onalaska;4-1;6-1

Holmen;4-1;5-2

Central;3-2;4-3

Sparta;2-3;4-3

Logan;2-3;3-4

Tomah;0-5;2-5

Aquinas;0-5;0-7

COULEE

;Conf.;Overall

;W-L;W-L

G-E-T;3-0;7-0

Arcadia;2-1;3-4

Westby;2-1;3-4

Viroqua;1-2;3-4

BRF;1-2;1-6

Ona. Luther;0-3;2-5

SCENIC BLUFFS

;Conf.;Overall

;W-L;W-L

Bangor;4-0;7-0

Brookwood;4-0;6-1

New Lisbon;2-2;4-3

Royall;2-2;3-4

Hillsboro;2-3;4-3

Cashton;1-3;1-6

Necedah;0-5;1-6

DAIRYLAND

;Conf.;Overall

;W-L;W-L

Ind./Gil.;4-0;7-0

Melrose-Mindoro;4-0;6-1

Whitehall;3-2;4-3

C-FC;2-2;3-4

Eleva-Strum;1-3;2-5

Augusta;1-4;3-4

Blair-Taylor;0-4;0-7

RIDGE AND VALLEY

;Conf.;Overall

;W-L;W-L

Wauzeka/Seneca;4-0;6-1

Ithaca;3-0;5-1

De Soto;3-1;5-2

North Crawford;1-3;1-6

Riverdale;1-3;1-5

Wonewoc/Weston;1-3;1-6

Kickapoo/La Farge;1-4;1-6

SWC

;Conf.;Overall

;W-L;W-L

Lancaster;3-0;6-1

Platteville;2-1;6-1

Prairie du Chien;2-1;6-1

River Valley;2-1;4-3

Dodgeville;0-3;3-4

Richland Center;0-3;0-7

SOUTHEAST-WHITE

;Conf.;Overall

;W-L;W-L

Caledonia;4-0;5-0

Triton;3-1;4-1

St. Charles;2-2;3-2

Dover-Eyota;2-2;2-3

Zumbrota-Mazeppa;2-2;2-3

Chatfield;1-3;2-3

Lewiston-Altura;1-3;2-3

Cannon Falls;1-3;1-4

SOUTHEAST-RED

;Conf.;Overall

;W-L;W-L

Kasson-Mantorville;4-0;5-0

Rochester Lourdes;4-0;5-0

Pine Island;3-1;3-2

Stewartville;2-2;3-2

Byron;2-2;2-3

P-E-M;1-3;1-4

La Crescent;0-4;0-5

Lake City;0-4;0-5