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Eagle crush Necedah 59-0

The stage is set for critical game here Friday

 

September 21, 2022

Cashton Football team includes (front) Brett Hemmersbach, Trent Kast, Colin O'Neil, Jacob Huntzicker, Rory Mlsna, Brady Hemmersbach, Noah Hemmersbach, Ben Grandall, Owen Von Ruden, Drew Butzler, (row 2) Ethan Klinkner, Ethan Schmitz, Jace Gierczak, Lane Klinge, Hunter Kabat, Parker Mlsna, Brody Warthan, Connor Wilkinson, Gabe Martin, Chase Olson, Bronson Hernandez, (row 3) Damian Kempf, Kalen McCracken, Grayson Schmitz, Esden Schroeder, Dylan Hoeft, Jacob Steger, Jack Schreier, Dominic Carbooni, Ericris Tirado-Lopez, Tucker Menzynski, (row 4) Riley Verken, Mitchell Simonson, Austin Culpitt, Zack Mlsna, Tanner Siekert, Owen Niedfelt, Hank Brueggen, (back row) Connor Butzler, Jake Wall, Coaches, Mike Brueggen, Steve Huntzicker, Jered Hemmersbach, Terry Mlsna, Spenser Ripley, Edgar Arriola, and Jack Kleba. Missing from the photo is Colton Lee, Brady Wells, Thomas Dreger, Ethan Harris and Kolten Volden.

The Eagle defense held Necedah to just 26 total yards of offense, and Brett Hemmersbach chewed up 124 yards on the ground, and scored a pair of touchdowns, during a blowout win at Necedah last Friday, Sept. 16.

The win sets the stage for the biggest game so far this season as Cashton will host also undefeated conference rival Bangor this Friday, Sept. 23. The game will likely be a critical one as both Cashton and Bangor battle for an outright Scenic Bluffs Conference title. Last year the two...



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