The Aquinas High School football team finished an undefeated season by winning the WIAA Division 5 state championship game 28-26 over Mayville at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison. Full game coverage tops this collection that also includes stories and columns, photo galleries and videos from the Blugolds' playoff run.
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MADISON — The biggest game of the Aquinas High School football team’s season began exactly the same as its first game back in August.
MADISON — Ethan Schamberger didn’t think he’d get much playing time, let alone be in a position to make a game-defining play in the state cham…
The Blugolds finish the season with a perfect 14-0 record.
They both contend that this whole thing started on the basketball court.
There is no doubt that the Aquinas High School football team is preparing to play the best opponent it has seen all season.
Preston Horihan started to call the belief a stereotype before a basic admission that it might be true.
WHAT: 45th annual WIAA football state championships
Jackson Flottmeyer and Calvin Hargrove each rushed for two touchdowns.
With his team one victory away from a chance to play for the WIAA Division 5 state championship, Aquinas High School football coach Tom Lee to…
The Blugolds’ offense had its way Friday night, and that led to a 38-14 victory.
Dayo Oye drifted off to his right and looked back for the throw from St. Croix Falls teammate Brady Belisle.
Calvin Hargrove took the handoff from Jackson Flottmeyer and headed around the right side of the Aquinas High School football team’s offensive line.
The Blugolds trailed for the first time all season but responded well to advance to the second round of the Division 5 playoffs.
The Blugolds trailed for the first time this season but earned a 30-6 victory.
The Blugolds earned a spot in the state semifinals for the first time since 2007.
Central junior defensive back Boston Brindley and Cashton junior offensive lineman Zack Mlsna earned honorable mention.