Football roundup: Everest, West suffer losses while Newman wins

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September 6, 2019

WAUSAU– Looking for their first win of the season, Wausau West hosted Appleton East on Friday evening at Thom Field, and while the Warriors found themselves within a touchdown at 24-17 with 1:30 remaining in the game, East held on and escaped with the win.

The Warriors enjoyed a 7-0 lead to start the game, and took a 14-10 advantage into halftime.

East took its first lead of the game in the third quarter on a touchdown, then added another touchdown with four minutes to go in the fourth quarter.  The score stood at 24-10 at that juncture.

West put together a drive that resulted in a field goal to pull within seven points at 24-17, and that’s how the game ended.

West falls to 0-3 on the season and will travel to Oshkosh West next week.

Everest 7, Appleton North 23

One week after a nice showing against Oshkosh West, the Evergreens ran into a buzz saw against Appleton North.

A close game early on, Everest was down just 3-0 in the first quarter and went into the intermission within one score at 13-7.

The second half belonged to North as they reeled off 10 unanswered points to claim the win.

The Lightning improve to 2-1 in the season, while Everest falls to 1-2.

Things won’t get any easier next week as the Evergreens will travel to Fond du Lac, currently ranked #3 among WIAA Division 1 schools.

Wausau East 45, Mosinee 44

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Newman 42, Algoma 12

The Newman Cardinals continued their assault on the scoreboard in Week 3, downing Algoma by the final score of 42-12.

Friday night marked the third time this season that the Cardinals have scored more than 40 points.

Newman is averaging 48.6 points per game.

Defensively, it was the second consecutive game that the Cardinals allowed 12 points.

The Cardinals will look to extend their winning streak to four next week as they hit the road to take on White Lake/Elcho.