PREP FOOTBALL: E/E continues to rack up points
EDGERTON -- After scoring four touchdowns and a trio of two-point conversions in the first quarter Friday night, the Edgerton/Ellsworth Flying Dutchmen crossed the goal line three more times in the first two minutes of the second quarter, rolling...
EDGERTON -- After scoring four touchdowns and a trio of two-point conversions in the first quarter Friday night, the Edgerton/Ellsworth Flying Dutchmen crossed the goal line three more times in the first two minutes of the second quarter, rolling to a 50-0 lead on the visiting Cleveland Clippers with just 14 minutes gone in the game.
Clearing its bench and playing its entire roster extensively, E/E (2-0) went on to post a 62-14 Southern Confederacy 9-Man high school football victory over the Clippers (0-2).
Cleveland, which had a negative 23 yards of total offense in the first half, gained 162 yards in the second half, while sustaining four first downs.
E/E's Jordan Gunnink scored three touchdowns and a trio of two-point conversions, as he rushed four times for 58 yards and caught three passes for 46 more.
Dylan Voge was 8-of-10 passing for 100 yards, including three touchdown passes (35, 9 and 15 yards). He also ran five times for 51 yards.
Gunnink scored E/E's first touchdown from 15 yards out after Casey Schilling blocked a Clippers' punt.
Voge connected on a 35-yard TD pass to Gunnink and a 9-yard TD strike to Jonny Bouw before Derek Voge scooted across on a two-yard run -- all in the first quarter.
Gunnink ran in for a pair of two-point conversions and a caught a pass from Dylan Voge for another.
In the second quarter, Gunnink broke loose for a 34-yard touchdown run, Dylan Voge scored from 24 yards out and Bouw returned a pass interception 28 yards for six points -- all within a span of less than two minutes.
Adam LaFollette ran in for a two-point conversion after one of those second-quarter touchdowns.
In the third quarter, the Voge brothers -- Dylan to Derek -- connected on a 15-yard pass for a touchdown and then Isaac Heard completed the scoring for the Dutchmen with a 21-yard TD burst in the fourth quarter.
In addition to blocking a punt, Schilling had a pair of sacks for E/E and Johnny Menning came up with three of the Flying Dutchmen's seven sacks in the game.
E/E travels to Janesville Friday night to tangle with Janesville-Waldor-Pemberton in another conference battle.
Cleveland 0 0 6 8 -- 14
E/E 30 20 6 6 -- 62
H-BC 26, Madelia 0
HILLS -- Dalton Bass rushed for a touchdown and returned a punt for another as the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots shutout Madelia.
Bass rushed for 77 yards on 14 carries. His special teams TD went for 47 yards.
Taylor Leuthold also rushed for a TD for the Patriots on 11 rushes for 86 yards.
H-BC (2-0) quarterback Jordan Larson, who intercepted a pass on defense, passed for 124 yards on a 5-for-16 effort. Larson also ran in a score from four yards out.
Leuthold led the Patriots' defense with 19 tackles, while Jake Nelson had nine tackles, a fumble recovery and an interception.
H-BC's Ryan Reed recorded a sack and two tackles.
The Patriots travel to Cleveland Friday.
Madelia 0 0 0 0 -- 0
H-BC 13 13 0 0 -- 26
W-WG 36, A-C 8
WESTBROOK -- Jake Comnick rushed for 140 yards and three touchdowns as Westbrook-Walnut Grove defeated Alden-Conger in the Southern Confederacy Conference.
Jared Lindaman threw for 120 yards and a score on 15-for-22 passing, while Aaron Theisen caught 10 passes for 80 yards and a TD.
Lindaman also completed a trio of two-point conversions. Nick Lehnhoff caught two of them, while Theisen caught the other one.
Comnick also led the Chargers on special teams and defense, returning a kickoff for an 80-yard TD and recording a sack and 10 tackles.
Levi Brummer had 10 tackles, a fumble recovery and three-and-a-half sacks for W-WG (1-1), while Brennan Beaty notched a pair of sacks and Theisen had one sack.
The Chargers, who outgained A-C (0-2) in total yards by a margin of 356 to 194, travel to Granada-Huntley-East Chain/Martin Luther Friday.
A-C 0 0 0 8 -- 8
W-WG 14 16 6 0 -- 36