2019 Varsity Football Results (Est. 1914) > 106 years

//2019 Varsity Football Results (Est. 1914) > 106 years

2019 Varsity Football Results (Est. 1914) > 106 years

Go to link below for complete FVA Varsity Football– Stats & Standings

http://www.fvasports.net/page/show/1251325-football

2019 Varsity Football Schedule & Results

Score        Record
 34 – 31      1 – 0   (H)  Franklin
 
  42 – 7   2 – 0    @ SPASH
31 – 34   OT    2 – 1   @   Kimberly
  55 – 7   3 – 1    (H) DC Everest
 42 – 28    4 – 1    (H)   Hortonville
 38 – 13  5 – 1    (H)  Appleton North
35 – 7  6 – 1@  Oshkosh West
47 – 147 – 1   (H)  Oshkosh North
42 – 218 – 1    @  Neenah

45  – 14               9 – 1      (H)  Arrowhead      Level 1  WIAA Division 1 Playoffs

30 – 34               9 – 2     (H)  Sun Prairie     Level 2  WIAA Division 1 Playoffs

Outscored Opponents    447  –  210

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2019 Varsity Roster

#     Name                   Position    Grade   Ht.     Wt.

1   Braelon Allen         QB/DB       10     6’1″    200

2   Julian Murillo         DB/WR      12     5’9″    155

3   Stephen Shreiter     QB               9      5’11”  150

4   Fletcher Haus          LB/FB       12       6′      180

5   Tyler Van De Slunt   LB/FB      11     5’8″     170

7   Zavier Ellis               RB/LB      12     5’9″    170

8   Michael Schomisch  TE/LB       11     6’1″    180

9   Keagan Henschel      LB/RB      10    5’11”   185

10 River Reifsnider        RB/DB     11    5’11”   175

11 Tyler Collien             WR/DB     11      6′      180

12 Owen Nitkowski        TE/LB      12      6′      175

13 David McArthur         WR/DB    11    5’11”   165 

14 Justin Scheberl         K/LB/RB   10     6′      160

15 Gavin Baseley              RB/LB      12    5’10”  175

16 Ethan Kissinger              DB         12    5’10”  170

17 Kyle Walljasper          QB/RB      11       6′      215

18 Nick Behnke               WR/DB     12      6′      155

19 Caleb Plante               DB/WR     12     6’1″    165

20 Jon Vanna                 WR/DB      12     5’9     160

21 Reno Naebe                RB/LB        11      6′      180 

23 Landon Davis            WR/DB       11     6’1″    165   

24 Bobby Herbeck         DB/WR       11     5’9″    150

25 D’Sean Cary               WR/DB       10      6′      145         

26 Diego Ceballos          WR/DB       10       6′     170       

27 Drew Mueller            WR/DB        11      5’9″   170

28 Josh Reetz                 WR/DB        10     5’8″    150               

29 Kevion Evans            RB/DB         10     5’6″     160         

30 Ean Garfoot               WR/DB        11     5’11”    170

33 William Griesemer    LB/RB        10     5’10”   180

34 Saveun Lewis             RB/LB         11       5’9″   160

35 Zach Seyfert               RB/DB         11       6’1″    175

36 Caden Duehring        RB/DB        10      5’11”   160

37 Trubble Williams      WR/DB        11      5″11     155

38 Malique Harris          WR/DB       10      6’1″     155

39 Shawn Ferguson        WR/DB      10      6’1″      165

41 Michael Towell            LB/RB       11        6′        180

42 Sam Wood                   FB/DL        11        6′        195

50 Max Morales               OL/DL       12       6’2″     185

52 Moses Riehl                 OL/DL       12       6’1″      210

54 Elijah Diederich         OL/DL        12       6’1″      190

55 Logan Graf                   DL/OL        11         6′        195

56 Kole Davis                      DL             12        6’3″     195

58 Louis Wagner-Lang    OL/DL       11         6’2″     185

59 Nick Waldo                   DL/OL       11         5’9″     190

61 Levi Liedke                    OL/DL       11        6’1″      215

63 Nelson Esparaza              DL           11        5’9″     185

65 Carter King                    DL/OL       11        6’1       180

67 Malique Ruppart          OL/DL       11        6’2″     215

68 Joe Chapin                     DL/OL       10       6’1″     215

72 Joey Schmitz                  DL/OL        11        6′       280

73 Paul Thielman                DL/OL       12       6’1       225

74 Jordan Adams                OL/DL      10        5’6″    225

76 Christian Granado        DL/OL        11       5’10”  235

83 Mack Sebert                   TE/DL        11        6’4″    200

99 Anthony Millard           DL/OL         11       5’6″     210

Manager – Jacob Hendricks

Head Coach:

Steven Jorgensen

Assistant Coaches:

Steve Jorgensen

Nathan Wara

Andy Selgrad

Arik Gunderson

Justin Budiac

Ot Selgrad

TJ Severson

Dominic Tangredi

Eric Gross

Brian Shea

Joe Guyette

JP Peerenboom

Mike Theis

Team Chaplain:   Rev. John Slotten

Superintendant : Dr. James Sebert

Principal:  Matt Steinbarth

Athletic Director: Dave Michalkiewicz

Athletic Trainer: Peter Altschwager

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2019 Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All State & All Region selections

Go to link below for complete 2019 Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Large School All-State selections

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Go to link below for complete 2019 Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Large School Honorable Mention All-State selections

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Fond du Lac

Paul Thielman      12      OL     6’       215

Moses Riehl          12      OL     6’         210

Zavier Ellis            12    RB    5’ 10”   180

Kyle Walljasper   11    QB   6’ 1”   215

Go to link below for complete 2019 Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All Region Teams

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Fond du Lac

Paul Thielman      12      OL     6’       215

Moses Riehl          12      OL     6’         210

Zavier Ellis            12    RB    5’ 10”   180

Kyle Walljasper   11    QB   6’ 1”   215

Tony Millard     11       DL    5’5”   200

Sam Wood          11       DE     6’    195

Fletcher Haus   12     ILB     6’     180

Braelon Allen   10     DB     6’ 1”    200

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2019 AP All-Fox Valley football team

Go to link below for complete list of All-Fox Valley football team

https://www.fdlreporter.com/story/sports/2019/12/31/all-fox-valley-football-bay-ports-isaiah-gash-player-year/4352500002/

All-Fox Valley football team

First Team

Quarterback

Kyle Walljasper, Sr., Fond du Lac, 6-0, 215

First-team all-Valley Football Association-South and honorable mention on Associated Press all-state team. Finished with 1,590 yards passing on 102-of-161 attempts (63.4%), 19 touchdowns and five interceptions. Also ran for 1,292 yards on 151 carries and 17 touchdowns

Offensive Line

Paul Thielman, Sr., Fond du Lac, 6-0, 212

Unanimous first-team all-VFA-South and the league’s offensive lineman of the year. Honorable mention WFCA all-state (Large). 

Second Team  –  Defense

Linebackers

Fletcher Haus, Sr., Fond du Lac, 6-0, 180 

Unanimous first-team all-VFA-South. Finished with 105 total tackles, 22 for loss, with seven sacks. Also had a fumble recovery for a score. 

Defensive Backs

Braelon Allen, So., Fond du Lac, 6-1, 200

Unanimous first-team all-VFA-South. Had 48 total tackles, four sacks and three interceptions. Also ran for 621 yards on 76 carries (8.2 avg) and six scores, and averaged 29.1 yards on kick returns with a touchdown. 

Honorable mention

Running back: Zavier Ellis, Sr., Fond du Lac

Offensive line: Moses Riehl, Sr., Fond du Lac

Defensive line:  Anthony Millard, Jr., Fond du Lac

Defensive back:  Julian Murillo, Sr., Fond du Lac

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2019 Valley Football Association – Southern Division All-Conference

Go to link below for complete 2019 Valley Football Association – Southern Division All-Conference results

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1st Team Offense

Paul Thielman * 12 Offensive Lineman6’1”225

Moses Riehl *12 Offensive Lineman6’1”210

Levi Liedke11 Offensive Lineman6’1”215

Elijah Diederich12 Offensive Lineman6’1” 190

Mack Sebert11Tight End6’4” 200

Zavier Ellis * 12Running Back5’10”180

Kyle Walljasper *11Quarterback6’215

  • Unanimous selection

Paul Thielman12 VFA SD Co-Offensive Linemen of the Year

Kyle Walljasper11VFA SD Offensive Player of the Year

Kyle Walljasper11VFA SD Offensive Back of the Year

Steven JorgensenVFA SD Coach of the Year

Kyle Walljasper     Season Totals

Rushing151 /1,192Yd17 TD

Passing 102 / 159/1,590Yd 21 TD

Kyle Walljasper Passing Season School Record1,590 Yds– Old Record779 Yds(2000)Lee Groeschl

Kyle Walljasper Total Offense School Record2,782 Yds– Old Record 1,943 Yds (2000)Jacob Brault

Team School Record “Season – Most Points Scored” 427 Pts –Old Record 395 Pts.(2000)

1st Team Defense

Anthony Millard *11Defensive Lineman5’6”200

Sam Wood 11Defensive End 6’195

Fletcher Haus * 12Inside Linebacker 6’180

Ethan Kissinger *12Outside Linebacker5’10” 167

Julian Murillo *12Cornerback5’9”160

Braelon Allen *10 Safety6’ 200

* Unanimous selection

Sam Wood 11 VFA SD Defensive Linemen of the Year

Fletcher Haus12 VFA SD Linebacker of the Year

Fletcher Haus12 VFA SD Defensive Player of the Year

2nd Team Offense

Owen Nitkowski 12 Fullback 6’175

Tyler Collien11 Receiver6’ 180

Caeleb Plante 12 Receiver6’1”165

2nd Team Defense

Logan Graff11 Defensive End6’ 195

Tyler Van De Slunt 11 Outside Linebacker5’8” 170

Tyler Collien11Cornerback6’180

Drew Mueller11Safety5’9” 165

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Level 2 WIAA Football Playoffs – Sun Prairie 34 Fond du Lac 30

Nov. 1, 2019

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final Score

Fond du Lac

8

8

8

6

30

Sun Praire

7

6

14

7

34

QuarterTimeYardsFond du Lac Scoring Plays

1

8:07

35

Braelon Allen 35 yd TD run, Caleb Plante 2pt Conv

2

3:53

25

Kyle Walljasper 25 yd TD run, Kyle Walljasper 2 pt Conv

3

3:16

23

Kyle Walljasper 23 yd TD run, Mack Sebert 2 pt Conv

4

:55

7

Nichlas Behnke 7 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl missed xp kick

Rushing

Player

Att

Yds

TD

Fum

2PT

Braelon Allen

17

118

1

0

0

Zavier Ellis

4

19

0

0

0

Kyle Walljapser

18

127

2

0

0

Passing

Player

Comp.

Att.

Yds.

TD

Int

Kyle Walljasper

8

24

151

1

2

Receiving

Player

Rec

Yds

TD

2PT

YAC

Tyler Collien

2

34

0

0

0

Braelon Allen

1

12

0

0

0

Nicholas Behnke

4

66

1

0

0

Caleb Plante

0

0

0

1

0

Mack Sebert

0

0

0

1

0

Sam Wood

1

39

0

0

0

Scoring

Player

TD

1PAT

2PAT

FG

Total

Braelon Allen

1

0

0

0

6

Kyle Walljasper

2

0

1

0

14

Nicholas Behnke

1

0

0

0

6

Mack Sebert

0

0

1

0

2

Caleb Plante

0

0

1

0

2

0

Defensive Stats

Asst

Sack

Player

TCK

TCK

TFL

Sacks

Yds

Braelon Allen

6

4

2

2

2

Julian Murillo

Fletcher Haus

5

6

2

1

7

Tyler Vande Slunt

5

1

Tyler Collien

5

1

David Mcarthur

1

2

Ethan Kissinger

1

2

Drew Mueller

4

2

Zach Seyfert

2

Sam Wood

1

Keagan Henschel

6

Logan Graf

2

Anthony Millard

2

2

Punting

Player

Punts

Yds.

TB

In 20

Julian Murillo

3

117

0

0

Kick Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Braelon Allen

2

52

0

Rino Naebe

1

12

0

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Level 1 WIAA Football Playoffs – Fond du Lac 45 Arrowhead 14

Go to link below for the Division 1 2019 WIAA Football Playoff Brackets

https://halftime.wiaawi.org/CustomApps/Tournaments/Brackets/HTML/2019_Football_Boys_Div1_Sec1_2.html

Oct. 25, 2019

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final Score

Fond du Lac

14

14

7

10

45

Arrowhead

7

7

0

0

14

QuarterTimeYardsFond du Lac Scoring Plays

1

8:52

60

Kyle Walljasper 60yd TD pass to Caleb Plante, Justin Scheberl xp kick

1

2:41

1

Kyle Walljasper 1 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl xp kick

2

11:55

5

Kyle Walljasper 5 yd TD pass to Nicholas Behnke, Justin Scheberl xp kick

2

:27

47

Kyle Walljasper 47 yd TD pass to Tyler Collien, Justin Scheberl xp kick

3

4:43

7

Kyle Walljasper 7 yd TD pass to Nicholas Behnke, Justin Scheberl xp kick

4

11:56

22

Justin Scheberl 22 yd FG

4

4:01

5

Braelon Allen 5 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl xp kick

TD # 1 – 60 yd TD pass – QB #17 Kyle Walljasper to #19 Caleb Plante  > View 60 yd TD Pass HereTD 1

TD # 2 – 2 yd TD Run  QB #17 Kyle Walljasper  > View 2 yd TD Run  Here >   TD 2

TD # 3 – 5 yd TD pass – QB #17 Kyle Walljasper to #18 Nick Behnke  >View 5 yd TD Pass  HereTD 3

TD # 4 – 48 yd TD pass – QB #17 Kyle Walljasper to #11 Tyler Collien  >View 48 yd TD Pass  HereTD 4

TD # 5 – 5 yd TD pass – QB #17 Kyle Walljasper to #18 Nick Behnke  >View 5 yd TD Pass  Here >   TD 5

Field Goal – 28 yd Field Goal by #14 Justin Scheberl  >View 28 yd FG  Here >  28 yd FG

TD # 6 – 5 yd TD Run  #1 Braelon Allen  > View 5 yd TD Run  HereTD 6

Rushing

Player

Att

Yds

TD

Braelon Allen

23

165

1

David Mcarthur

1

7

0

Kyle Walljasper

24

95

1

Nicholas Behnke

1

20

0

Rino Naebe

1

2

0

Jon Vanna

2

6

0

Totals52 295  1

Passing

Player

Comp.

Att.

Yds.

TD

Int

Kyle Walljasper

14

18

247

4

0

Receiving

Player

Rec

Yds

TD

Braelon Allen

2

16

0

Tyler Collien

3

82

1

Nicholas Behnke

2

12

2

Caleb Plante

3

74

1

Mack Sebert

1

13

0

Fletcher Haus

1

32

0

David Mcarthur

2

18

0

Fond du Lac Totals

14

247

4

Defensive Stats

Asst

Player

TCK

TCK

TFL

Int

Braelon Allen

3

1

1

Fletcher Haus

2

2

1

Tyler Van Deslunt

2

2

1

Michael Schomisch

2

Tyler Collien

1

David Mcarthur

1

Ethan Kissinger

2

4

Nicholas Behnke

1

1

Drew Mueller

4

1

1

Michael Towell

1

Sam Wood

1

1

Keagen Henschel

3

1

Logan Graf

2

1

Punting

Player

Punts

Yds.

Julian Murillo

1

29

Kicking

Player

FGA

FGM

XPA

XPM

Justin Scheberl

1

1

5

5

Kick Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Braelon Allen

2

24

0

The Cardinal football team now takes on #6 seed Sun Prairie in a Level 2 game in Fond du Lac Friday Nov. 1 @ 7:00

Go to link below for the Division 1 2019 WIAA Football Playoff Brackets

https://halftime.wiaawi.org/CustomApps/Tournaments/Brackets/HTML/2019_Football_Boys_Div1_Sec1_2.html

#2 seed Fond du Lac (9-1 overall) rolled past # 7 seed Arrowhead 45-14 on Friday, shutting out the Warhawks in the second half of the WIAA first-round game at Fruth Field.

Fondy moves on to host No. 6 seed Sun Prarie (7-3 overall, 6-3 Big Eight). Sun Prairie defeated No. 3 seed Verona 51-28.

The first playoff win under first-year Fond du Lac head coach Steven Jorgensen was a well-played game from all three Fondy units. The Fondy team and coaching staff had a frenzied moment once they sealed the game at the end of the fourth quarter. Arrowhead (4-6 overall) and Fondy began the season ranked high, but they will finish the season extremely different. “That’s a 7 seed, but that’s no 7 seed,” Jorgensen said. “They’re huge. They’ve got a million kids. They’ve got a ton of speed. We knew we were in for a battle. Our kids don’t flinch, though. You could see the size difference. They don’t flinch. They played their butts off for four quarters. I loved it. We had one goal: to get the win. They got the win. I’m a fired up coach right now.”

Fondy quarterback Kyle Walljasper accounted for five of the Cardinals’ seven scores and was equally as excited. “We came into this and knew they were going to be bigger,” Walljasper said. “We knew they were going to be faster. But we knew that we had the better mentality. Our guys were hurting, but we just pushed through and keep fighting. It showed on the scoreboard.” Walljasper threw for four touchdowns and scored one touchdown rushing despite taking several hard blows early and often. “He’s a beast,” a pumped up Jorgensen said. “He’s our guy. Kyle Walljasper is our guy. He’s a a tough kid. He got hit a lot. We knew he’d get hit a lot. And he’s just running and running around. He’s limping around. But it’s all right. He’s built for this.”

No play from Friday better shows that than Walljasper’s third touchdown passing. On third-and-8 late in the second quarter, Walljasper rolled out to his right and threw a deep 47-yard touchdown pass on the dime to Tyler Collien from sideline to sideline. Walljasper took a massive hit on the play and watched from the turf as Collien scored, but Fondy went into half up 28-14.

Justin Scheberl was perfect on extra points and made a 28-yard field goal.

On Fondy’s first possession, Walljasper threw a 40-yard touchdown to Caeleb Plante on a post route, starting a 21-0 run.

The Fondy defense woke up on the second Arrowhead drive and forced a three-and-out. Walljasper ran a 1-yard rushing touchdown for Fondy’s second straight score.

Good defense turned into more points for Fondy when Collien intercepted Darrow in Arrowhead territory giving Fondy great field position. Michael Schomisch was the beneficiary of Walljasper’s first second-quarter touchdown pass, hauling in a 5-yard score.

The Cardinals struck again on the 47-yard throw-and-catch from Walljasper to Collien. “I have to give that to the game plan. Coaches watched the film. We knew where they we’re going to be. And we just hit the routes,” Walljasper said.

Braelon Allen, a safety on defense, made a leaping interception in the first half. On offense, Allen the running back capped an eight-minute Fondy drive in the fourth quarter with a 5-yard touchdown.

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Fond du Lac 45    Neenah 21

Go to link below for complete FVA Varsity Football– Stats & Standings

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Fond du Lac  7  14  10  14  –  45

Neenah             7  0  0  14  –    21

FDL Scoring

1st Q

F – Kyle Walljasper 3 yd run (Justin Scheberl kick)

2nd Q

F – Kyle Walljasper 2 yd run (Justin Scheberl kick)

F – Braelon Allen 30 yd run (Justin Scheberl kick)      View TD Run Here >  Braelon 30 yd TD

3rd Q

F – Justin Scheberl 27 yard field goal

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F – Kyle Walljasper 1 yd run (Justin Scheberl kick)

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4th Q

F – Kyle Walljasper 22 yd run (Justin Scheberl kick)    View TD Run Here >Kyle 22 yd TD

F – Braelon Allen 64 ydrun (Justin Scheberl kick)        View TD Run Here >Braelon 64 yd TD

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Rushing

Player

Att

Yds

TD

Fum

Braelon Allen

21

255

2

1

Kyle Walljasper

23

138

4

0

Rino Naebe

1

0

0

0

Passing

Player

Comp.

Att.

Yds.

TD

Int

Kyle Walljasper

11

16

92

0

0

David McArthur

1

0

0

0

0

Receiving

Player

Rec

Yds

TD

2PT

YAC

Braelon Allen

3

29

0

0

0

Tyler Collien

2

6

0

0

0

David McArthur

3

15

0

0

0

Nicholas Behnke

1

4

0

0

0

Mack Sebert

2

23

0

0

0

Fletcher Haus

1

15

0

0

0

Defensive Stats

Asst

Sack

Player

TCK

TCK

TFL

Sacks

Yds

Int

Braelon Allen

1

2

Julian Murillo

4

2

Fletcher Haus

1

6

Tyler Van Deslunt

1

2

1

Michael Schomisch

1

Tyler Collien

4

1

1

Ethan Kissinger

2

1

1

1

-6

Kyle Walljasper

1

Drew Mueller

1

6

1

Sam Wood

1

2

Keagan Henschel

5

3

3

Logan Graf

2

Anthony Millard

1

2

1

Punt Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Josh Reetz

1

0

0

Kick Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Tyler Collien

1

0

0

Braelon Allen

1

62

0

Ethan Kissinger

1

0

0

Kicking

Player

FGA

FGM

XPA

XPM

Justin Scheberl

1

1

6

6

.

Head Coach Steven Jorgensen said that it has been fun to watch this group tick off season goals.

“We had a higher touted group kind of last year and a big senior class,” Jorgensen said. “This was kind of the group after that group. I think they felt kind of counted out. They play with a chip on their shoulder and they just want to prove themselves. “They know the work that they’ve put in. They know all the time they’ve spent together. They had a goal to make the playoffs. They did that. They had a goal to win a conference championship and they accomplished that.”

Cardinals running back Braelon Allen, “It feels great. We had a lot of doubters coming into the season and we didn’t focus on proving everyone wrong, but proving ourselves right.”

Fond du Lac’s secondary came up with big plays.

Then in the third quarter with Fond du Lac up 24-7, Neenah got down to Fond du Lac’s 21-yard line only to have Tyler Collien pick off an Elkin pass in the end zone. “We’ve been challenging our secondary all year,” Jorgensen said. “I’ve think we’ve done a great job all year of stopping the run, which has made teams throw the ball on us. We’ve stopped the run. We’ve limited teams from running the ball on us, so they (the secondary) have been challenged a lot. They’re going to be continued to be challenged a lot. “I like the way they stepped up tonight. A few guys got beat here and there, but there were guys who made big plays knocking the ball down.”

The Cardinals were having great success running the ball.

Braelon Allen carried 21 times for 248 yards and quarterback Kyle Walljasper ran 23 times for 139 yards behind a Fond du Lac offensive line that isn’t necessarily the biggest. “They’re doing great, a lot of holes are opening up,” Allen said. “It’s easy to run behind them.”

What was the 200-pound sophomore running back seeing when he’d get the handoff from Walljasper? “Lots of green, lots of green,” Allen said. “There were huge holes.”

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DIVISION 1

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1Muskego8-01
2Kimberly8-03
3Bay Port8-02
4Fond du Lac7-14
5Madison Memorial8-05
6Franklin7-16
7Mukwonago6-29
8Verona6-27
9Milwaukee King8-08
10Marquette5-310

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Fond du Lac 47   Oshkosh North 14

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Fond du Lac Scoring 

30 yd TD Run by Kyle Walljasper  >   View TD Run Here > TD 1 30 yd Run

36 yd TD pass – Kyle Walljasper to Caleb Plante > View TD Pass Here >  TD 2 41 yd pass

68 yd TD Run by Kyle Walljasper > View TD Run Here >  TD 3 – 68 yd Run

20 yd TD Run by Gavin Baseley >  View TD Run Here >  TD 4 – 20 yd Run

56 yd Run by Gavin Baseley >  View TD Run Here >  TD 5  – 55 yd.Run

12 yd Fumble Recovery for TD by Fletcher Haus > View TD Run Here >  TD 6 – 16 yd Fumble Recovery

25 yd TD pass – Kyle Walljasper to David McArthur > View TD Pass Here > TD 7 – 24 yd.pass

Oct. 11, 2019

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final Score

Fond du Lac

41

6

0

0

47

Oshkosh North

0

0

7

7

14

QuarterTimeYardsFond du Lac Scoring Plays

1

10:29

30

Kyle Walljasper 30 yd TD Run, Justin Scheberl XP Kick

1

8:33

36

Kyle Walljasper 36 yd TD Pass to Caleb Plante, Justin Scheberl XP Kick

1

6:35

68

Kyle Walljasper 68 yd TD Run, Justin Scheberl XP Kick

1

3:55

20

Gavin Baseley 20 yd TD Run, Justin Scheberl XP Kick

1

1:08

56

Gavin Baseley 56 yd TD Run, Justin Scheberl Missed XP Kick

1

:04

12

Fletcher Haus fumble recovery and 12 yd TD Run, Justin Scheberl XP Kick

2

10:36

25

Kyle Walljasper 25 yd TD Pass to David McArthur, Justin Scheberl Missed XP Kick

Rushing

Player

Att

Yds

TD

Kyle Walljasper

5

149

2

Gavin Baseley

3

109

2

Rino Naebe

5

19

0

Jon Vanna

6

10

0

Kevion Evans

3

5

0

Saveun Lewis

1

0

0

Passing

Player

Comp.

Att.

Yds.

TD

Int

Kyle Walljasper

2

2

61

2

0

Stephen Schreiter

4

9

9

0

1

Receiving

Player

Rec

Yds

TD

David McArthur

1

25

1

Caleb Plante

1

36

1

Diego Ceballos

2

15

D’sean Cary

1

-3

Jacob Hendricks

1

-3

Scoring

Player

TD

1PAT

Total

Fletcher Haus

1

0

6

Kyle Walljasper

2

0

12

Gavin Baseley

2

0

12

David McArthur

1

0

6

Caleb Plante

1

6

Justin Scheberl

0

5

Defensive Stats

Asst

Sack

Fum

Fum Ret

Int Ret

Player

TCK

TCK

TFL

Sacks

Yds

Rec

Yds

Int

Yds

Braelon Allen

1

3

1

16

Julian Murillo

1

Fletcher Haus

7

4

3

2

13

1

12

Michael Schomisch

1

2

Tyler Collien
Ethan Kissinger

1

Nicholas Behnke

1

Reno Naebe

1

Landon Davis

1

3

1

Drew Mueller

1

2

William Griesemer

1

1

Zach Seyfert

2

1

Caden Duehring

1

1

Shawn Ferguson

1


2

5

3

1

3

Sam Wood

2

Keagan Henschel

4

5

2

1

2

Max Morales

1

Logan Graf

1

3

2

1

4

Kole Davis

3

2

Nicholas Waldo

1

1

1

Carter King

1

Anthony Millard

4

2

1

3

Punt Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Josh Reetz

2

10

0

Punting

Player

Punts

Yds.

Julian Murillo

1

35

Justin Scheberl

2

52

Kick Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Josh Reetz

2

11

0

Kicking

Player

FGA

FGM

XPA

XPM

Justin Scheberl

0

0

7

5

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1Muskego7-01
2Bay Port7-02
3Kimberly7-03
4Fond du Lac6-14
5Madison Memorial7-05
6Franklin6-16
7Verona5-2UR
8Milwaukee King7-010
9Mukwonago5-27
10Marquette4-3UR

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Fond du Lac 35 Oshkosh West 7

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The Fond du Lac football team  scored 35  first-half points 35-7 win over Valley Football Association-South foe Oshkosh West on Thursday at Titan Stadium.

The win secured a playoff berth to the WIAA football playoffs.

Oct. 3, 2019

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final Score

Fond du Lac

14

21

0

0

35

Oshkosh West

0

0

0

7

7

Scoring

1

10:35

62

Gavin Baseley 62 yd TD run, Jared Scheberl XP kick

1

3:10

5

Braelon Allen 5 yd TD run, Jared Scheberl XP kick

2

11:31

4

Gavin Baseley 4 yd TD run, Jared Scheberl XP kick

2

5:48

48

Kyle Walljasper 48 yd TD run, Jared Scheberl XP kick

2

:19

1

Braelon Allen 1 yd TD run, Jared Scheberl XP kick

Rushing

Player

Att

Yds

TD

Braelon Allen

6

12

2

Kyle Walljasper

14

145

1

Gavin Baseley

6

102

2

Reno Naebe

6

11

0

Jon Vanna

2

6

0

Saveum Lewin

2

3

0

Kevion Evans

4

22

0

Zach Seyfert

1

0

0

Passing

Player

Comp.

Att.

Yds.

TD

Int

Kyle Walljasper

7

9

131

0

0

Stephen Schreiter

1

4

-3

0

1

Receiving

Player

Rec

Yds

TD

Tyler Collien

1

34

0

David McArthur

1

9

0

Nicholas Behnke

3

39

0

Caleb Plante

2

49

0

Jon Vanna

1

-3

0

Scoring

Player

TD

1PAT

2PAT

FG

Total

Justin Scheberl

0

5

0

0

5

Gavin Baseley

2

0

0

0

12

Braelon Allen

2

0

0

0

12

Kyle Walljasper

1

0

0

0

6

Defensive Stats

Asst

Sack

Int Ret

Player

TCK

TCK

TFL

Sacks

Yds

Int

Yds

Braelon Allen

2

2

Stephen Schreiter

1

Fletcher Haus

1

6

1

Tyler Van Deslunt

2

Michael Schomisch

1

Tyler Collein

2

1

2

48

David Mcarthur

1

Gavin Baseley

1

Ethan Kissinger

1

2

1

1

Reno Naebe

1

Landon Davis

1

Drew Mueller

3

4

1

13

Caden Duehring

1

Michael Towell

2

Keagan Henschel

1

2

Logan Graf

2

1

1

10

Kole Davis

2

Anthony Millard

2

Punt Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Josh Reetz

1

16

0

Julian Murillo

1

35

0

Kick Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Josh Reetz

1

40

0

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1Muskego6-01
2Bay Port6-03
3Kimberly6-02
4Fond du Lac5-14
5Madison Memorial6-05
6Franklin5-16
7Mukwonago5-19
8Arrowhead4-2UR
9Madison La Follette5-1UR
10Milwaukee King6-0UR

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Fond du Lac 38 Appleton North 13

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Fond du Lac 38Appleton North 13

Quarterback Kyle Walljasper’s four-touchdown game resulted in a Fox Valley Association conference victory over Appleton North.

Kyle Walljasper completed 16-of-19 passes for 235 yards and three touchdowns and added 127 rushing yards and a score on 18 carries.

Tyler Collien had seven receptions for 171 yards and two touchdowns.

Appleton North  0  0  6  7  –  13

Fond du Lac  14  10  7  7  –  38

SCORING

1st Q

FDL – Tyler Collien 53 pass from Kyle Walljasper (Justin Scheberl kick)  View TD 1 here >  TD 1

FDL – Kyle Walljasper 44 yd run (Justin Scheberl kick)  View TD 2 here >TD 2

2nd Q

FDL – Justin Scheberl 21 yd field goal    View Field Goal  here >FG

FDL – Tyler Collien 12 yd pass from Kyle Walljasper (Justin Scheberl kick)  View TD 3 here >TD 3

3rd Q

AN – Charlie Hardy 1 run (two-point conversion failed)

FDL – Mack Sebert 2yd  pass from Kyle Walljasper (Justin Scheberl kick)    View TD 4 here >TD 4

4th Q

FDL – Gavin Baseley 58 run (Justin Scheberl kick)    View TD 5 here >TD 5

AN – Charlie Hardy 74 run (Brady Frantal kick)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

Rushing: FDL – Kyle Walljasper 18-127, Gavin Baseley 8-71 

Passing: FDL – Kyle Walljasper 16-19-0-235 

Receiving:  FDL – Tyler Collien 7-171

Sept. 27, 2019

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final Score

Appleton North

0

0

6

7

13

Fond du Lac

14

10

7

7

38

QuarterTimeYardsFond du Lac Scoring Plays

1

9:29

13

Kyle Walljasper 53yd TD pass to Tyler Collien, Justin Scheberl xp kick

1

3:11

43

Kyle Walljasper 43 yd run

2

5:36

21

Justin Scheberl 21 yd FG Kick

2

:09

14

Kyle Walljasper 14yd TD pass to Tyler Collien, Justin Scheberl xp kick

3

1:13

2

Kyle Walljasper 2 yd TD pass to Mack Sebert, Justin Scheberl xp kick

4

10:13

57

Gavin Baseley 57 yd TD Run, Justin Scheberl xp kick

Rushing

River Reifsnider

4

7

Gavin Basely

8

69

1

Kyle Walljasper

18

131

1

Zavier Ellis

2

7

Reno Naebe

3

10

Passing

Player

Comp.

Att.

Yds.

TD

Int

Kyle Walljasper

16

19

236

3

0

Receiving

Player

Rec

Yds

TD

2PT

YAC

Tyler Collien

6

164

2

0

0

Braelon Allen

3

27

0

0

0

Fletcher Haus

3

16

0

0

0

Sam Wood

1

11

0

0

0

Nick Behnke

1

9

0

0

0

David McArthur

1

7

0

0

0

Mack Sebert

1

2

1

0

0

Scoring

Player

TD

1PAT

2PAT

FG

Total

Kyle Walljasper

1

0

0

0

6

Tyler Collien

2

0

0

0

12

Gavin Baseley

1

0

0

0

6

Justin Scheberl

0

5

0

1

8

Mack Sebert

1

0

0

0

6

Defensive Stats

Asst

Sack

Fum

Fum Ret

Fum

Player

TCK

TCK

TFL

Sacks

Yds

Rec

Yds

Forc

Int

Braelon Allen

3

1

1

1

-1

Juian Murillo

2

2

2

2

-2

Fletcher Haus

5

7

1

1

-5

Tyler Van Deslunt

3

6

Michael Schomisch

1

1

Tyler Collien

4

1

Gavin Baseley

1

1

Ethan Kissinger

1

3

1

Nick Behnke

1

Reno Naebe

1

Drew Mueller

2

2

Josh Reetz

1

Sam Wood

3

Keagan Henschel

3

6

Louis Wagner-Lang

1

Logan Graf

2

Anthony Millard

1

Punt Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Tyler Collien

5

29

0

Julian Murillo

1

17

0

Punting

Player

Punts

Yds.

TB

In 20

Julian Murillo

3

99

0

0

Kick Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Braelon Allen

2

20

0

Kicking

Player

FGA

FGM

XPA

XPM

Justin Scheberl

1

1

5

5

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RANK

TEAM

RECORD

LW

1

Muskego

5-0

1

2

Kimberly

5-0

2

3

Bay Port

5-0

3

4

Fond du Lac

4-1

4

5

Madison Memorial

5-0

6

6

Franklin

4-1

7

7

Sun Prairie

4-1

9

8

Verona

4-1

5

9

Mukwonago

4-1

8

10

Appleton East

4-1

10

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Fond du Lac 42 Hortonville 28

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Fond du Lac 42 Hortonville 28

Zavier Ellis scored three rushing touchdowns and had 207 yards on 23 carries and also had a 37-yard scoring reception.

Kyle Walljasper also scored three rushing touchdowns (10, 57, 5) along with the TD pass to Zavier Ellis.

Fond du Lac  7  14  14  7  –  42

Hortonville   0  0  7  21  –  28

SCORING

1st Q

F – Kyle Walljasper 10 run (Justin Scheberl kick)    View TD run here >  TD 1

2nd Q

F – Zavier Ellis 37 pass from Kyle Walljasper (Justin Scheberl kick)    View TD run here >  TD 2

F – Kyle Walljasper 57 run from (Justin Scheberl kick)    View TD run here >  TD 3

3rd Q

F – Xavier Ellis 5 run (Justin Scheberl kick)            View TD run here >  TD 4 setupTD 4

H – Jayqon Owens 29 pass from Kyle Allen (McKenna Gervais kick)

F – Kyle Walljasper 5 run (Justin Scheberl kick)      View TD run here >  TD 5

4th Q

H – Parker Lawrence 6 pass from Allen (Gervais kick)

H – TJ Payne 20 pass from Allen (Gervais kick)

H – Trevor Balboa 27 pass from Allen (Gervais kick)

F – Xavier Ellis 38 run (Justin Scheberl kick)          View TD run here >  TD 6

Rushing

Player

Att

Yds

TD

Fum

2PT

Zavier Ellis

22

208

2

0

0

Kyle Walljasper

19

157

3

1

0

River Reifsnider

3

7

0

0

0

Passing

Player

Comp.

Att.

Yds.

TD

Int

Kyle Walljasper

9

17

125

1

0

Receiving

Player

Rec

Yds

TD

Nicholas Benke

2

15

0

Braelon Allen

2

12

0

Zavier Ellis

4

71

1

Mack Sebert

1

27

0

Defensive Stats

Asst

Sack

Fum

Fum Ret

Fum

Int Ret

Int

Player

TCK

TCK

TFL

Sacks

Yds

Rec

Yds

Forc

Int

Yds

Braelon Allen

1

Julian Murillo

1

Fletcher Haus

3

8

1

Tyler Vande Slunt

2

Zavier Ellis

4

Tyler Collien

3

1

50

Ethan Kissinger

1

1

1

Nicholas Behnke

1

Drew Mueller

4

4

1

William Greimsemer

1

Sam Wood

1

3

2

Logan Graf

5

2

Keagan Henschel

7

Anthony Millard

3

1

Punt Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Julian Murillo

2

29

0

Punting

Player

Punts

Yds.

Julian Murillo

2

75

Kick Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Zavier Ellis

1

14

0

Fletcher Haus

1

0

0

Michael Schomisch

1

0

0

Ethan Kissinger

1

0

0

David McArthur

1

9

0

Kicking

Player

FGA

FGM

XPA

XPM

Justin Scheberl

0

0

6

6

.

Offensive line paves way to Fond du Lac victory

When push came to shove, the Fond du Lac football team went to the guys who do it best – the offensive line. The big boys up front were critical in putting away Friday’s game in the Cardinals’ 42-28 victory over Hortonville at Fruth Field. The win improves Fond du Lac to 4-1 overall and has it tied atop the Valley Football Association-South (3-1) with Hortonville. 

The offensive line of Paul Thielman, Elijah Diedrich, Levi Liedke, Louis Wagner-Lang and Moses Riehl, along with tight end Mack Sebert and fullback Owen Nitkowski, helped pave the way for Zavier Ellis’ 38-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter that put the game out of reach.

“We talked about trying to be a 12-round football team and I thought we took the first seven rounds,” Fond du Lac coach Steven Jorgensen said. “Then we kind of thought it was over and gave them five rounds and they came within a possession there and I just didn’t think we kept on the accelerator there enough.” Ellis’ touchdown capped a seven-play, 78-yard drive that answered Hortonville’s furious comeback which saw the Polar Bears erase a 35-7 deficit and pull to within 35-28 on Kyle Allen’s 27-yard touchdown pass to Trevor Balboa with 5:02 left. That set up Fond du Lac’s final touchdown drive, with quarterback Kyle Walljasper running five consecutive times before handing off to Ellis for a 9-yard run and the final score. 

Walljasper finished with 157 yards on 19 carries and three touchdowns, with Ellis totaling 208 yards on 22 carries and the two scores. “I looked at (Walljasper) and said we’re going to put it on your shoulders,” Jorgensen said. “And I gave it to him about five straight times. He’s our horse and he wanted the ball. And then Zavier at the end, that was good to see the answer we had at the end of the game.”

Fond du Lac senior linebacker Fletcher Haus had 11 tackles to lead the defense and said that his team’s tough schedule has helped prepare the Cardinals for moments like Friday. Fond du Lac has already played top teams like Franklin and Kimberly and has another next Friday against Appleton North.  “That helps a lot,” Haus said. “We have a lot of tough games during the season and towards the end (Hortonville was) wearing down a little bit, and that helps our team a little bit. We get it going and we have endurance to end games.”

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1Muskego4-01
2Kimberly4-02
3Bay Port4-03
4Fond du Lac3-14
5Verona4-05
6Madison Memorial4-06
7Franklin3-17
8Mukwonago3-18
9Sun Prairie3-110
10Appleton East4-09

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Fond du Lac 55 DC Everest 7

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Fond du Lac 55D.C. Everest 7

D.C. Everest  7  0  0  0  –  7

Fond du Lac   14  27  7  7  –  55

SCORING

First quarter

F – David McArthur 25 pass from Kyle Walljasper

Download TD pass Here  >>>  TD#13

.

DCE – Halambeck 24 pass

F – Braelon Allen 90 yard kickoff return    Download TD Return Here  >IMG_2141

.

Second quarter

F – Kyle Walljasper 32 run

.

F – Caleb Plante 43 pass from Kyle Walljasper

Download TD pass Here  >>>TD #19

.

F – Zavier Ellis 5 run

F – Zavier Ellis 4 run

Download TD run Here  >>>TD #7

.

Third quarter

F – Reno Naebe 24 run .    Download TD pass Here  >>>TD #21

.

Fourth quarter

F – Saveun Lewis 12 run    Download TD pass Here  >>>TD #34

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Sept. 13, 2019

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final Score

D.C. Everest

7

0

0

0

7

Fond du Lac

14

27

7

7

55

QuarterTimeYardsFond du Lac Scoring Plays

1

5:46

25

Kyle Walljasper 25 yd TD pass to David McArthur, Justin Scheberl XP kick

1

:44

89

Barelon Allen 89 yd kick return for TD, Justin Scheberl XP kick

2

9:41

32

Kyle Walljasper 32 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl XP kick

2

7:20

43

Kyle Walljasper 43 yd TD Pass to Caleb Plante, Justin Scheberl XP kick

2

4:10

4

Zavior Ellis 4 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl XP blocked

2

1:30

4

Zavior Ellis 4 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl XP kick

3

8:58

24

Reno Naebe 24 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl XP kick

4

10:14

12

Saveun Lewis 12 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl XP kick

Rushing

Player

Att

Yds

TD

Fum

2PT

Zavier Ellis

10

86

2

0

0

Kyle Walljasper

7

88

1

1

0

Nicholas Behnke

1

1

0

0

0

Reno Naebe

3

32

1

0

0

Jon Vanna

2

35

0

0

0

Zach Seyfert

2

6

0

0

0

Saveum Lewis

2

18

1

0

0

Passing

Player

Comp.

Att.

Yds.

TD

Int

Kyle Walljasper

7

10

133

2

0

Stephen Schreiter

4

7

61

0

0

Receiving

Player

Rec

Yds

TD

2PT

YAC

Zavier Ellis

1

21

0

0

0

David Mcarthur

1

25

1

0

0

Nicholas Behnke

3

32

0

0

0

Caleb Plante

1

43

1

0

0

Landon Davis

2

42

0

0

0

Josh Reetz

1

6

0

0

0

Trubble Williams

1

13

0

0

0

Mack Sebert

1

12

0

0

0

Scoring

Player

TD

1PAT

2PAT

FG

Total

Zavier Ellis

2

0

0

0

12

Kyle Walljasper

1

0

0

0

6

David Mcarthur

1

0

0

0

6

Caleb Plante

1

0

0

0

6

Braelon Allen

1

0

0

0

6

Reno Naebe

1

0

0

0

6

Saveum Lewis

1

0

0

0

6

Justin Scheberl

0

7

0

0

7

Defensive Stats

Asst

Sack

Fum

Fum Ret

Fum

Int Ret

Player

TCK

TCK

TFL

Sacks

Yds

Rec

Yds

Forc

Int

Yds

Braelon Allen

1

3

1

1

15

Julian Murillo

2

1

15

Fletcher Haus

5

5

4

1

12

Tyler Van Deslunt

2

1

0

Michael Schomisch

1

Tyler Collien

1

David Mcarthur

1

Ethan Kissinger

3

1

2

5

Reno Naebe

5

Landon Davis

1

Drew Mueller

5

7

1

William Griesemer

1

Zach Seyfert

1

Caden Duehring

1

1

Michael Towell

3

Sam Wood

2

Keegan Henschel

2

4

1

Logan Graf

3

1

15

Kole Davis

1

1

0

Nelson Elsaraza

1

1

Joseph Schmitz

2

2

Punt Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Julian Murillo

3

47

0

Tyler Collien

1

1

0

Kick Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Zavier Ellis

1

28

0

Braelon Allen

1

89

1

Kicking

Player

FGA

FGM

XPA

XPM

Justin Scheberl

0

0

8

7

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WEEK 3 WISSPORTS.NET COACHES POLL

Released 9/10/2019

LW = Last Week

DIVISION 1

RANKTEAMRECORDLW
1Muskego3-01
2Kimberly3-02
3Bay Port3-04
4Fond du Lac2-13
5Verona3-05
6Madison Memorial3-06
7Franklin2-110
8Mukwonago2-17
9Appleton East3-0UR
10Sun Prairie2-1UR

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 Kimberly 34 Fond du Lac 31 (OT)

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Sept. 6, 2019

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT

OT

OT

Final Score

Fond du Lac

14

0

7

7

3

31

Kimberly

7

0

14

7

6

34

QuarterTimeYardsFond du Lac Scoring Plays

1

5:44

13

Zavier Ellis 13 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl xp kick

1

:17

62

Zavier Ellis 67 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl xp kick

3

6:14

1

Zavier Ellis 1 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl xp kick

4

9:17

14

Kyle Walljasper 86 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl xp kick

ot

23

Justin Scheberl 23 yd FG

Rushing

Player

Att

Yds

TD

Fum

2PT

Ellis, Zavier

22

155

3

0

0

Walljasper, Kyle

11

141

1

1

0

Behnke, Nick

2

12

0

1

0

Passing

Player

Att.

Yds.

TD

Int

Walljasper, Kyle

12

21

152

0

3

Receiving

Player

Rec

Yds

TD

2PT

YAC

Allen, Braelon

1

9

0

0

0

Collien, Tyler

6

100

0

0

0

Mcarther, David

2

17

0

0

0

Behnke, Nick

1

5

0

0

0

Sebert, Mack

1

9

0

0

0

Haus, Fletcher

1

12

0

0

0

Scoring

Player

TD

1PAT

2PAT

FG

Total

Ellis, Zavier

3

0

0

0

18

Walljasper , Kyle

1

0

0

0

6

Scheberl, Justin

0

4

0

1

7

Defensive Stats

Asst

Sack

Fum

Fum Ret

Fum

Int Ret

Player

TCK

TCK

TFL

Sacks

Yds

Rec

Yds

Forc

Int

Yds

Allen, Braelon

5

6

2

1

0

Murillo, Jullian

4

Haus, Fletcher

9

2

6

Van Deslunt, Tyler

2

2

1

Collien, Tyler

8

2

Kissinger, Ethan

1

1

Behnke, Nick

1

2

Naebe, Reno

1

Mueller, Drew

3

4

Wood, Sam

1

Graf, Logan

1

1

Henschel, Keegan

3

1

Millard, Anthony

1

Walljasper, Kyle

1

10

1

Punt Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Murillo, Julian

1

10

0

Punting

Player

Punts

Yds.

TB

In 20

Murillo, Julian

1

31

0

0

Kick Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Collien, Tyler

4

66

0

Naebe, Reno

1

10

0

Mcarthur, David

1

0

0

Kicking

Player

FGA

FGM

XPA

XPM

Scheberl, Justin

1

1

4

4

.

SCORING

First quarter

K – Alec Martzahl 3 run (Kam Ziebell kick)

F – Zavier Ellis 13 run (Justin Scheberl kick)

F – Ellis 62 run (Scheberl kick)

Third quarter

K – Frazer 7 run (Ziebell kick)

F – Ellis 1 run (Scheberl kick)

K – Martzahl 39 run (Ziebell kick)

Fourth quarter

F – Walljasper 86 run (Scheberl kick)

K – Frazer 68 run (Ziebell kick)

Overtime

F – Scheberl 23 field goal

K – Frazer 6 run

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One of the state’s most intense rivalries added another chapter to its recent storybook Friday.

Kimberly slipped past Fond du Lac 34-31 in overtime with Caleb Frazer’s 6-yard touchdown run the deciding score at Papermaker Stadium in a game featuring two of the top teams in the state. 

The loss came just over a year after the Cardinals had ended Kimberly’s 70-game win streak, also at Papermaker Stadium.

“The guys battled,” Fond du Lac coach Steven Jorgensen said. “We’re undersized on both the offensive and defensive lines. And we battled all night. And I thought we controlled the front at times and at times they shoved it right back at us. And we were able to hit on some of the plays that we worked on in practice. But it was a back and forth game and we hurt ourselves too much to win at the end.”

Zavier Ellis and Kyle Walljasper had excellent offensive performances for Fondy. Ellis scored three touchdowns on gains of 13, 62 and 1 yards, with Walljasper breaking off an 86-yard touchdown run early in the fourth that gave the Cardinals a 28-21 lead.

Kimberly answered later in the quarter on a 68-yard touchdown run from Frazer that tied the game and eventually sent it into overtime.

The Papermakers (3-0) defense stifled Fondy in overtime, with the Cardinals booting a 22-yard field goal to take a 31-28 lead. Kimberly responded with its possession, converting on a fourth-and-5 before getting the game-winning score from Frazer.

It was a disappointing loss for the Cardinals (2-1), who had several turnovers along with untimely penalties. The offense, however, did look explosive. 

“I feel good about that and we have good balance on offense,” Jorgensen said. “But for us the goal is to win. We play the game to win the game and we have fun trying to win the game and we came up short. But for us our kids are going to grow and get better every single week. I am proud of what we did, but we left some stuff out there that we have to clean up.”

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WEEK 2 WISSPORTS.NET COACHES POLL

Released 9/3/2019

LW = Last Week

DIVISION 1

RANKTEAMRECORDLW
1Muskego2-01
2Kimberly2-02
3Fond du Lac2-03
4Bay Port2-04
5Verona2-0UR
6Madison Memorial2-07
7Mukwonago2-010
8Arrowhead1-15
9Sussex Hamilton2-0UR
10Franklin1-1UR

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Fond du Lac   42   SPASH  7

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Zavier Ellis had three rushing touchdowns and QB Kyle Walljasper had 1 rushing touchdown and threw 2 touchdown passes to Caleb Plante and Nick Behnke to power the Cardinals over the Panthers 42 – 7.

Fond du Lac 21 14 7 0 – 42

Stevens Point 0 7 0 0 – 7

SCORING

First quarter

FDL – Zavier Ellis 61 yd run (Justin Scheberl kick)

.

FDL – Caleb Plante 43 yd pass from Kyle Walljasper (Justin Scheberl kick)

.

FDL – Zavier Ellis 7 yd run (Justin Scheberl kick)

.

Second quarter

FDL – Kyle Walljasper 24 yd run (Justin Scheberl kick)

.

SP – Klish 3 pass from Warzynski (Schultz kick)

FDL – Nick Behnke 40 pass from Kyle Walljasper(Justin Scheberl kick)

.

Third quarter

FDL – Zavier Ellis 5 yd run (Justin Scheberl kick)

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Aug. 30, 2019

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final Score

Fond du Lac

21

14

7

0

42

Stevens Point

0

7

0

0

7

.

QuarterTimeYardsFond du Lac Scoring Plays

1

9:44

54

Zavier Ellis 54 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl XP kick

1

6:40

43

Kyle Walljasper 43yd TD pass to Caleb Plante, Justin Scheberl XP kick

1

:36

7

Zavier Ellis 7 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl XP kick

2

2:25

24

Kyle Walljasper 24 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl XP kick

2

:28

40

Kyle Walljasper 40 yd TD pass to Nicholas Behnke, Justin Scheberl XP kick

3

5:25

6

Zavier Ellis 6 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl XP kick

.

Rushing

Player

Att

Yds

TD

Fum

Braylon Allen

5

22

0

0

Zavier Ellis

22

173

3

0

Kyle Walljasper

5

81

1

1

Reno Naebe

6

15

0

0

Stephen Schreiter

1

-7

0

0

Jon Vanna

2

4

0

0

.

Passing

Player

Comp.

Att.

Yds.

TD

Int

Kyle Walljasper 

6

7

135

2

0

Braylon Allen

1

4

6

0

0

.

Receiving

Player

Rec

Yds

TD

2PT

YAC

Tyler Collien

1

6

0

0

0

Nicholas Behnke

2

55

1

0

0

Caleb Plante

4

80

1

0

0

.

Scoring

Player

TD

1PAT

2PAT

FG

Total

Zavier Ellis

3

18

Nicholas Behnke

1

6

Caleb Plante

1

6

Kyle Walljasper

1

6

Justin Scheberl

6

6

.

Defensive Stats

Asst

Sack

Player

TCK

TCK

TFL

Sacks

Yds

Braelon Allen

1

1

Julian Murillo

1

1

Fletcher Haus

5

4

2

2

18

Tyler Van Deslunt

1

4

Reno Naebe

1

Tyler Collien

3

Ethan Kissinger

2

1

Kyle Walljasper

1

2

3

Nicholas Behnke

2

Drew Mueller

2

1

Malique Harris

1

1

Sam Wood

1

1

Logan Graf

0

3

Keegan Henschel

2

1

1

1

4

Louis Wagner Lang

1

Michael Towell

1

.

Punt Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

Braelon Allen

3

11

0

.

Punting

Player

Punts

Yds.

TB

In 20

Julian Murillo

2

80

0

0

.

Kicking

Player

FGA

FGM

XPA

XPM

Justin Scheberl

0

0

6

6

.

Kick Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

David McArthur

1

21

0

Mack Sebert

1

4

0

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WEEK 1 WISSPORTS.NET COACHES POLL

Published 8/27/2019

DIVISION 1

RANK

TEAM

RECORD

1

Muskego

1-0

2

Kimberly

1-0

3

Fond du Lac

1-0

4

Bay Port

1-0

5

Arrowhead

1-0

6

Marquette

0-1

7

Madison Memorial

1-0

8

Appleton North

1-0

9

Oak Creek

1-0

10

Mukwonago

1-0

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Fond du Lac 34 Franklin 31

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The Fond du Lac varsity football team won Friday’s home non-conference game against Franklin  by a score of 34-31.

Date:Aug. 23, 2019

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final Score

Fond du Lac    6  14  7  7        34
       Franklin  0  10  7 14         31

Fond du Lac Scoring Plays

Quarter

1

Tyler Collien 84 yd INT for TD, Justin Scheberl missed xp

2

Julian Murillo 26 yd INT for TD, Justin Scheberl xp

2

Kyle Walljasper 14 yd TD pass to Nick Behnke, Justin Scheberl xp

3

Kyle Walljasper 8 yd TD pass to Nick Behnke, Justin Scheberl xp

       4

Zavier Ellis 1 yd TD run, Justin Scheberl xp

Rushing

Player

Att

Yds

TD

#1 Braelon Allen  4  49
#7 Zavier Ellis 29  108  1
#17 Kyle Walljasper  7    40
#11 Tyler Collien  1   – 2

Passing

Player

Comp.

Att.

Yds.

TD

Int

#1 Braelon Allen     1   1    5  0
#17 Kyle Walljasper    10  16  127  2  0

Receiving

Player

Rec

Yds

TD

#7 Zavier Ellis   2  37
#13 David McArthur   2  18
#11 Tyler Collien   2   5
#18 Nick Behnke   3  33  2
#19 Caleb Plante   2  39

Scoring

Player

TD

1PAT

Total

#7 Zavier Ellis  1     6
#18 Nick Behnke  2   12
#14 Justin Scheberl   4    4
#2 Julian Murillo  1    6
#11 Tyler Collien  1    6

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Defensive Stats
Player

TCK

Asst TCK

TFL

Sacks

Sack Yds

Int

Int Return Yds

Td

#1 Braelon Allen   2
#2 Julian Murillo   3  1           26  1
#4 Fletcher Haus   3        8   1
#5 Tyler Van Deslunt  5        4
#7 Zavier Ellis  2   1     1       6
#9 Keagan Henschel   1        9   2
#10 River Reifsnider        1
#11 Tyler Collien   1        5  1           84  1
#13 David McArthur   1
#16 Ethan Kissinger   1
#17 Kyle Walljasper   5        6
#19 Caleb Plante        2
#21 Reno Naebe   2        2
#27 Drew Mueller   1        2
#30 Ean Garfoot        2
#42 Sam Wood        2
#55 Logan Graf        1   1
#58 Louis Wagner-Lang        1
#65 Carter King        1
#99 Anthony Millard   1   1

Punt Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

TD

#11 Tyler Collien   1   3
#1 Braelon Allen   1   7

Punting

Player

Punts

Yds.

#2 Julian Murillo   3 128

Kick Returns

Player

Ret

Yds

#11 Tyler Collien  1  19
#1 Braelon Allen  2  44
#42 Sam Wood  1   0
#13 David McArthur  1   0

Kicking

Player

FGA

FGM

XPA

XPM

#14 Justin Scheberl   5   4

.

   Q1

  Q2

  Q3

  Q4

  Final

Franklin

   0

  10

   7

  14

    31

Fond du Lac

   6

 14

  7

  7

   34

1st Q

Pick-6 !!
Fond du Lac – Pick 6!   #11 Tyler Collien with a 85-yard return.

Xpt – No Good 

Fond du Lac     6       Franklin  0


End of 1st Quarter

Field Goal
Franklin  2nd Quarter – Field Goal

Fond du Lac     6       Franklin  3

Pick 6 !!
Fond du Lac – Pick 6! #2 Julian Marillo with a 17-yard return. 

Fond du Lac . 2nd Quarter  #10 Justin Scheberl PAT Good

Fond du Lac   13      Franklin  3

Franklin . 2nd Quarter~ 43 Yd pass completed to #6 for a TD. 

Fond du Lac   13      Franklin  10

Passing Touchdown
Fond du Lac   2nd Quarter– #17 Kyle Walljasper-  14 Yd pass completed to #18 Nick Behnke for a TD

Fond du Lac   2nd Quarter – #14 Justin Scheberl PAT Good. 

Fond du Lac   20      Franklin  10

Halftime         Fond du Lac   20      Franklin  10

Passing Touchdown
Fond du Lac  3rd Quarter – #17 Kyle Walljasper-  8 Yd pass completed to #18 Nick Behnke for a TD

#14 Justin Scheberl PAT Good. 

Fond du Lac   27      Franklin  10

Rushing Touchdown
Franklin  3rd Quarter  – Franklin – 1 Yd Rushing

Fond du Lac   27      Franklin  17

End of 3rd Quarter    Fond du Lac   27      Franklin  17

Rushing Touchdown
Fond du Lac  4th Quarter~ #7 Xavier Ellis with a 1 Yd Rushing

#14 Justin Scheberl PAT Good. 

Fond du Lac   34      Franklin  17

Passing Touchdown
Franklin  4th Quarter Franklin  6 minutes to go – 4 Yd pass completed for a TD

Fond du Lac   34      Franklin  24

Passing Touchdown
Franklin4th Quarter~2 minutes to go Franklin – Pass completed for a TD. 

Fond du Lac   34      Franklin  31

Franklin4th Quarter~1 minute to goFranklin takes over the ball on their own 49-yard line. 

54 yd field goal attempt – no good !!

End of Game
Final 
 Fond du Lac34 Franklin 31

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Fond du Lac strength and conditioning program prepares for football season

On a foggy Wednesday morning, about 40 high school football players stifled yawns as they entered the Fond du Lac High School gym for a 6:30 a.m. strength and conditioning practice.

New football coach Steven Jorgensen, clad in a black Cardinals shirt with a whistle around his neck, instructed the young men what the plan was for the day. The two-hour session was going to be split into two parts, an outside drills portion and a kettle bell workout. Upperclassmen were to be mixed in with the freshmen. Jorgensen is what he called the beneficiary of a program designed by his father Steve Jorgensen and other Fond du Lac coaches about eight years ago. That is when the Cardinals went to a full-year strength and conditioning program for the football program.

Players meet Monday through Thursday for two hours. Wednesday’s are a program-wide day while the other three days focus on growth in the weight room. “It’s an expectation that you’re here. You’re working with your teammates. The players that are here are going to be rewarded come fall time,” Jorgensen said. The players have bought into the program, Jorgensen said. At the beginning of summer conditioning, the head coach talked with his upperclassmen about accountability and leading by example. At the Wednesday morning practice — just a day before the Fourth of July — juniors and seniors kept the freshmen focused, yelling out both words of encouragement and sometimes corrections for the young players.

The senior class this year is small, roughly 14 players, Jorgensen said. “We need them all, and we need their leadership,” he said. “They’ve done a great job this year of getting out of their comfort zone.” The work ethic was always there with the 2020 senior class, but this season the focus will be on developing vocal leaders.

Jorgensen’s motto is simple — do the ordinary things better than anyone else. Jorgensen said that if you are a relevant football program, you’re working out all summer long. Seeing as how Fond du Lac made it one game away from the state championship, that expectation is there. “Everything we do here is for a bigger purpose,” Jorgensen said. “We’re working with young men that hopefully can take what we’re doing here and carry it out to the rest of their lives.”Jorgensen likes the word potential. His goal is for each player to find and reach their own potential. He believes that football can bring that out in a young man. He also likes the word love. “The kids are learning love. They’re showing it to their teammates. The coaches are showing it to them. It’s all things that carry over into life,” he said. From the football field to the classroom to college and to marriage, the skills learned in humid morning workouts at Fond du Lac High School serve a greater purpose for the Cardinals football team.

Fond du Lac will play its first game of the 2019 season Aug. 23 at home against Franklin.

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Steven Jorgensen – New Head Football Coach at FDL HS

Taking over a premier Division 1 high school football program is certainly a challenge for any head coach.

For Steven Jorgensen, that challenge is something he looks forward to tackling as the 26-year-old was named the Cardinals’ head coach Tuesday after his father, Steve, stepped down after spending the 2018 season as the interim head coach. Steven Jorgensen was an assistant on the Cardinals staff the past seven seasons, mostly as the offensive line coach and run game coordinator. 

Fond du Lac finished 12-1 last season, winning the Valley Football Association-South title. The Cardinals also finished one step away from Camp Randall Stadium in the playoffs, falling to Kimberly 22-21 in overtime on Nov. 9 in a WIAA Division 1 state semifinal.  “The standard is not changing,” Steven Jorgensen said. “That bar is set high and I come in and understand that we’ve reached a high level and we’re going to want to continue to push for the highest level possible in this program.”

Fond du Lac athletic director David Michalkiewicz said that the school is “excited to have coach Jorgensen on board.” “He’s been a part of our program for the past seven years and he’s helped us build the program that we have today,” Michalkiewicz said. “And I believe he gives us some stability going forward. He’s more of a long-term solution for us going forward.”

He becomes Fond du Lac’s third head coach in as many years. Mike Gnewuch stepped down in January of 2018 and Steve Jorgensen, who had been an assistant on Gnewuch’s staff, stepped in as head coach a few months later in an attempt to help transition the program to a younger head coach, preferably within the Cardinals coaching staff.  “I’m filling the gap here for some good young coaches we have here at Fond du Lac right now –  “I’m the bridge to the younger coaches having greater responsibility in the near future.”

That younger coach turned out to be his son Steven, who knew the opportunity to be head coach could present itself with his father taking over the team on what was essentially an interim basis.  “As a staff we kind of knew that with my father stepping in, that it could be on an interim basis,” Steven said. “We just felt that it would be the best transition at that time. We had a great group of seniors last year that had a really successful senior year and we knew that he was the best for that position at the time and we kind of knew that this was coming and that it would be a one-year thing. “He took one for the team going back to being a head coach. That was never his intention, and we knew as a staff that this was coming and it was something that he had let us know that he would be stepping down. The opportunity came up for me to apply for it and we kind of talked as a staff and they kind of put their faith and trust in me that they wanted me to be the guy to go for it. And I appreciate them and I owe them a lot.”

Steven Jorgensen said the application process went “smoothly” and when Fond du Lac offered him the position, he took time to reflect. “It was something that I had prayed about,” he said. “I’m a man of faith. I talked to my dad and my family and it’s something that I’m excited about and it’s a great opportunity and it’s going to be a great challenge.” Steven said that the entire staff will return to the Cardinals sideline, including his father as well as defensive coordinator Dakota Hermes.  “I’ll make sure I have my father back as well and he’ll be on the staff and he leads up our strength and conditioning,” he said. “I’m biased, but he does one of the best jobs in the state doing that. “Dakota, like myself, is a very young guy and one of the brightest defensive minds that I know. He really took charge of that defense this year and he’s going to be given a lot of responsibility on that side of the ball. He’s got a group of guys to work with.” Steven added that having his father, who won WIAA state titles with Oshkosh North and Kimberly, on his coaching staff is something he will cherish.  “In high school, I butted heads with my dad a lot,” Steven said. “But now we’re pretty much best friends. I mean, I’ve learned a lot from him and coached under him and played under him. He’s my role model going into this.  “This is why I coach because I’ve seen the impact that this sport can have on boys really becoming young men. So I got a great role model that I’ve looked up to. Obviously, I’m my own man and I’m going to do some of my own things and make a few changes that are necessary, but I have a great relationship with my father. It’s something that I cherish and something that is important to me and staff-wise, we’re going to keep the staff intact. There will be some roles that will be changed for the betterment of the program going forward, but it’s a great situation coaching-wise.”

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