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FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Ashwaubenon, Bay Port and NDA all earn victories

Ashwaubenon, Bay Port and Notre Dame Academy all picked up Fox River Classic Conference (FRCC) victories in Week 5 on Sept. 16.

Green Bay Preble, Green Bay East, Green Bay West, Seymour and N.E.W. Lutheran United are all still in search of their first win of the season.

Ashwaubenon 35, Green Bay Preble 7
Ashwaubenon used a balance offensive attack to down Green Bay Preble, 35-7.

Quarterback Boone Kirst was 14-for-19 through the air for 187 yards and one touchdown.

Jaguars running back Gus Newel ran wild for 163 yards on just 11 carries. He scored three touchdowns.

Jacob McVane added 91 yards on the ground on five attempts and a score. As a team, Ashwaubenon ran the ball 20 times for 299 yards and four touchdowns.

Caden Van Duyse hauled in a team-high five catches for 85 yards.

Charlie Anderson led the Jaguars defense with 11 tackles.

Bay Port 42, Manitowoc Lincoln 6
It was an uncustomary slow start for Bay Port, but during a 17-minutes span, the Pirates scored 35 unanswered points to down Manitowoc Lincoln, 42-6.

Bay Port quarterback Cole Bensen had another solid week. He ran for 112 yards on 16 carries with three touchdowns and threw for 103 yards and a touchdown.

Blake Buchinger added 132 yards on the ground on 15 attempts. He had three total touchdowns, two via rushing.

As a team, the Pirates rushed for 250 yards on 39 attempts (6.4 yards per attempt) and five TDs.

Bay Port’s stout defense held Lincoln to just 32 rushing yards on 23 carries. The D also forced and recovered two fumbles, corralled another interception and tallied three sacks.

Lincoln scored first and held a 6-0 lead for the first 16 minutes of the game. But then Bay Port (5-0, 3-0 FRCC) had its offense come alive.

During that 17-minute stretch, Bensen had three straight rushing touchdowns (6, 14 and 2 yards). He then hit Buchinger for a 45-yard score and then Buchinger had TD runs of 3 and 2 yards.

Notre Dame Academy 35, Sheboygan North 7
The winning streak is now up to three games.

After starting the season 0-2, Notre Dame Academy has pulled off three straight wins, the latest a 35-7 drubbing of visiting Sheboygan North.

Ian Blom ran for 170 yards in a Week 4, and he topped himself this game. He ran for a whopping 230 yards on 27 carries and three touchdowns.

Tritons quarterback Joe Otradovec opened the scoring with a 4-yard run and then Blom ripped off three straight TD runs of 50, 11 and 2 yards.

Christian Collins had a 21-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter to account for Notre Dame’s final score.

Otradovec was 6-for-13 through the air for 78 yards. James Flanigan had three catches for 51 yards.

Menasha 59, Green Bay East 0

Menasha put up 52 first-half points and downed Green Bay East, 59-0.

Isaiah Lyons had 14 rushes for 26 yards to lead the Red Devils.

Menasha quarterbacks were a combined 28-for-31 through the air for 347 yards.

Sheboygan South 40, Green Bay West 0

Winless Sheboygan South traveled to Green Bay West and pulled off a 40-0 victory.

Jalen Brown had a team-leading 41 yards on 14 carries; he also had 16 tackles on defense.

Wildcats running back Ricky Bell added 26 yards on just three attempts.

Bell and Ronald Schmocker combined for 61 yards on 3-for-14 passing.

Dakotah Montez finished with two catches for 62 yards.

Xavier 49, Seymour 6
A slow start against Xavier spelled trouble for Seymour.

The Hawks led 42-0 before the Thunder could get on the board as Xavier won 49-6 on the road.

Keanu Chinana had the lone touchdown for Seymour, a 10-yard run in the third quarter.

Mason Bunnell led the way for the Thunder with 16 carries for 80 yards.

Sevastopol 18, N.E.W. Lutheran United 0

Sevastopol scored lone touchdowns in the first, third and fourth quarters to pull away for an 18-0 victory over the N.E.W. Lutheran/Oneida Nation United co-op.

United held Sevastopol to 194 yards of total offense.

Stats for United were unavailable.

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