SWS Homecoming Game

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The Blue-Golds’ Braden Folbrecht drops back to pass and hits Nick Payne for a 13-yard touchdown in the second quarter against visiting Kickapoo-La Farge Friday night during Wauzeka-Steuben’s Homecoming game. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)

Nick Payne hauls in a 13-yard scoring strike from Braden Folbrecht.

Three SWS defenders tackle the Kickapoo-La Farge ballcarrier Friday night.

The Blue-Golds’ Noah Allan fights for extra yardage against Kickapoo-La Farge.


SWS beats Kickapoo-La Farge for Homecoming

Seneca/Wauzeka-Steuben beat Kickapoo-La Farge 41-8 at Wauzeka-Steuben’s Homecoming Friday night. 

Noah Allan scored on a 14-yard run and the 2-point conversion was good to give SWS an 8-0 lead in the first quarter. 

Allan scored on a 55-yard run as the Blue-Golds went ahead 14-0 in the opening period. 

Braden Folbrecht hit Nick Payne with a 13-yard TD pass in the second quarter and SWS led 20-0 at the half. 

Folbrecht had a 33-yard TD run and the 2-point play was good as SWS increased the lead to 28-0 in the third period. 

Allan scored from 7 yards out in the fourth quarter to boost the margin to 34-0.

Devon Grymala had a 35-yard TD run for Kickapoo-La Farge and the 2-point conversion was good as Kickapoo got to within 34-8. 

Austin Hagensick scored on a 6-yard run for the Blue-Golds and the extra point was good to make the final 41-8.

“Our special teams did a good job of opening the game with a 58-yard kick return by Noah Allan,” said SWS Head Coach Justin Goodrich. “Offensively, we ran the ball very well and continued to pound the ball all game. We did not have any turnovers, which allowed our offense to stay on the field longer. Our defense played very stout and did not give up many big plays.”

SWS had 43 carries for 317 yards rushing. Kickapoo was held to 108 yards on the ground.

Allan had 8 carries for 124 yards and 3 TDs. Hagensick rushed 5 times for 55 yards and 1 TD. Folbrecht completed 2 of 6 passes for 28 yards and a touchdown. Allan caught 1 pass for 15 yards. Payne caught 1 pass for a 13-yard TD.

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