The 7th grade White football team lost their first game of the season 30-0 to Milwaukee Marquette. The Bulldogs racked up 127 yards rushing, threw for 59 yards, but could not find the end zone. Gage Minor led the defense with an interception and Jordan Smith had a fumble recovery. The Bulldogs will play Menomonee Falls Saturday for their last game of the season.
The Bulldogs won their 4th straight game against Marquette 15-14. This was the best TEAM effort by the players of the season playing all 4 quarters. They moved the ball offensively, played great defense and scored on special teams. Offensively, the Dogs were lead by Drew Kessen (7 carries for 67 yards) and he scored on a 40 yard TD run. Defensively, the Dogs were lead by Adam Kashel (5 solo tackles, 10 half tackles and 1 sack), Wyatt Schmidt (3 solo tackles, 4 half tackles and a half sack) and Michael Bruch (4 solo tackles, 2 half tackles and 1 pass deflection). Special teams played an important roll with Lucas Semb and his 61 yard punt return and Joe Brauns PAT catch from Aaron Goecks. The Dogs played a great game and finish their season next week at home against Menomonee Falls.
The 7th grade Blue Templeton Bulldogs hosted Menomonee Falls on Saturday and won 12-0. The Bulldogs got touchdowns from Dylan Klemstein and Ezra Heinritz. On defense Cole Roepke, John Rypka and Ryan Hubbell led the way. Owen Gorges closed out the game with an interception.
The Templeton 8th grade Blue team met with their cross-town rival Menomonee Falls Jr Indians. The Bulldogs led through the entire game. The final score was TMS 49 M.Falls Silver 32. The Bulldog offense gained 300 yards Saturday morning. Leading the Bulldogs was Fullback Sam Herriges. He was a Bulldog on a mission as he scampered for a game high 162 yards and four touchdowns. Aaron Kotlan and Alex Lang scored touchdowns for TMS. Split End Jon Woodall received a touchdown pass thrown by quarterback Connor Engel. The defense was tested often by the spread attack from the Jr. Indians. Engel collected eleven tackles from his his linebacker position. Herriges helped the cause with six tackles. Jake Merkel controlled the line of scrimmage with five tackles. The Bulldogs will travel to Milwaukee Lutheran on Saturday for the final game of the season.