The 5-0 Thunderbirds are ranked No. 1 in Division 3 by the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association, and receiving votes in The Associated Press' Large Division poll heading into Friday's Badger Small Conference game at Fort Atkinson (4-1, 3-0).
Bud Keyes was a Badgers' quarterback who was a 10th-round draft choice of the Green Bay Packers in 1988. He's passing on his wisdom to his son, who's having an impressive start to the season.
The 6-foot, 185-pound running back has been a crucial part of Baraboo’s offense all season, running for 792 yards and four touchdowns on 143 carries, according to WisSports.net.
Stoughton's starting right offensive tackle is following the path paved by his father, Todd Nelson, and older brother, Jack Nelson, as University of Wisconsin offensive linemen.
Kane Mahoney ran for 284 yards and the Baraboo defense came away with two safeties and an interception return for a touchdown in a 17-0 road win over Stoughton.
Luna Larson runs wild, leads Baraboo by Monona Grove for first 3-0 start in two decades.
Conference action highlights the schedule this week. Monona Grove takes its high-octane passing attack to Baraboo, where D-I recruit Luna Larson leads a powerful ground game.
Sun Prairie, Waunakee and DeForest lead the way among area teams in the Large Division of the state rankings, while Lodi was ranked fifth in the Medium Division and Marshall ninth in the Small Division.
Mason Keyes threw four touchdown passes and finished 17-of-25 for 291 yards in a matchup of state-ranked teams.
DeForest improved to 2-0 with another nonconference win Friday night.
Waunakee-Middleton and Lake Mills-Madison Edgewood are among other intriguing high school football games this week. Games are scheduled for Thursday and Friday.
Sun Prairie, Waunakee and DeForest crack the top 10 among large schools, while Monroe and Lodi lead area teams in the division for medium-sized schools.
Whitefish Bay senior Joe Brunner showed why he’s a coveted Wisconsin Badgers football recruit.
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Middleton travels to Bay Port to open the season Thursday night while Madison Memorial and host Waunakee meet in a marquee matchup Friday night.
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The 6-foot-6, 250-pound Hamm is the top-ranked senior defensive recruit for football in the state. His college finalists are the University of Wisconsin, Penn State, Ohio State and Notre Dame.
The Big Eight Conference again has plenty of talent this year, featuring former all-state picks and college recruits.
From one of the best dual-threat quarterbacks, a Wisconsin verbal commit and plenty of speed inside and outside, there's plenty of talent throughout the Badger Small Conference this season.
From old rivals to brand new foes, Beaver Dam will have its hands full this season as the Badger Large Conference is loaded with talent, featuring former all-state picks and college recruits.