High School Football Scores - Oct. 25

NEW Media Staff

Last Updated: 12:35 p.m., 10/29

Coleman 40, Bonduel 0

Third-seeded Bonduel was upset by sixth-seeded Coleman in a Division 6 playoff game in Bonduel on Friday.

Coleman got on the scoreboard first, but Bonduel looked to seize the momentum when Dylan Burch blocked a punt to set the team up at the Coleman 27-yard line just before halftime. Instead, the Bears fumbled on the next play and the Cougars returned it for a touchdown to take a 13-0 lead into halftime.

Coleman added a touchdown on its first drive of the third quarter before forcing, recovering and returning a fumble for another touchdown to make it 27-0. The Cougars tacked on a touchdown late in the third quarter and another early in the fourth quarter to finish the scoring.

Bonduel, which topped Coleman 13-8 back in week one of the regular season, ends the season with a 7-3 record overall.

West De Pere 56, Shawano 20

Eighth-seeded Shawano battled, but came up short in a Division 3 playoff clash at top-seeded West De Pere on Friday.

Elliott Lowney led Shawano’s offense with nine receptions for 167 yards and two touchdowns. Nick Sherman caught a touchdown for the team’s other score. Gage Timm threw all three touchdown passes.

Shawano, which lost 42-0 against West De Pere back in week one, caps the season with a 5-5 overall record.

Chilton 27, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 14

Sixth-seeded Wittenberg-Birnamwood dropped a Division 5 playoff clash at third-seeded Chilton on Friday.

Austin Gibson scored one of Witt-Birn’s touchdowns on a hook and ladder play — Logan Balliett threw the ball to Simon Stewart, who lateraled to Gibson. Gibson finished with 54 rushing yards and 92 receiving yards.

Jack Fraaza scored the other touchdown on a 57-yard pass from Ben Wesolowski. Witt-Birn’s defense also scored in the contest, forcing a safety.

Witt-Birn ends the season with a 6-4 record.

Newman Catholic 56, Marion/Tigerton 14

Marion/Tigerton, a No. 4 seed for the 8-player playoffs, couldn’t keep pace with No. 1 seed Newman Catholic in Wausau on Friday. Marion/Tigerton caps the season with a 6-4 overall record.

Newman Catholic scored the first 49 points in the contest before Marion/Tigerton's Cayden Schoen scored a 73-yard rushing touchdown. Schoen also scored the co-op's other touchdown and finished with 128 rushing yards.

Austin Hoffmann rushed for 44 yards for Marion/Tigerton, which was held to 11 passing yards.

"Even though we lost in level one of the playoffs, not many teams thought we would make the playoffs," said Marion/Tigerton coach Lance Litchfield. "We went from being 1-17 in 11-man in the last two seasons to a 6-3 regular season record and winning conference. The players really responded to changes in gameplans from week to week and really bought into the program."