EDGAR FOOTBALL PULLS AWAY TO DEFEAT ABBOTSFORD

Updated: Oct 10, 2021


The 2021 Edgar High School football team. (Submitted photo)

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ABBOTSFORD – Edgar scored two touchdowns late in the second quarter to pull ahead and the Wildcats held on from there to defeat Abbotsford 30-16 in a Marawood Conference football game Friday night at Abbotsford High School.


Edgar led 14-8 after the first quarter after Ayden Weisenberger had a 5-yard touchdown run and Ashton Schuett caught a 25-yard TD pass from Mattison Butt, surrounding a 36-yard touchdown run by Abby’s Evan Schunk


Ty Falteisek ran in from the 1 and added a two-point conversion to give the Falcons a 16-14 lead early in the second quarter before Edgar responded.


Everet Brehm had a 52-yard touchdown and Karter Butt ran in from the 11, and the Wildcats converted two-point conversions after each score to take a 30-16 lead.


Neither team scored the rest of the way as the Wildcats improved to 5-3 overall and 3-1 in the Marawood. Abbotsford is now 4-3 and 1-3 in conference play, minus the three forfeit wins that are awarded due to teams dropping out of the conference during the summer.


Abbotsford will host Hurley for a nonconference game on Oct. 15. Edgar does not have a game scheduled.


Wildcats 30, Falcons 16

Edgar 14 16 0 0 - 30

Abbotsford 8 8 0 0 - 16

First Quarter

E – Ayden Weisenberger 5 run (Everet Brehm pass from Mattison Butt).

A – Evan Schunk 36 run (JV Castillo run).

E – Ashton Schuett 25 pass from M. Butt (run failed).

Second Quarter

A – Ty Falteisek 1 run (Falteisek run).

E – Brehm 52 run (Weisenberger run).

E – Karter Butt 11 run (K. Butt run).

Individual Statistics

Rushing: E, Karter Butt 12-70, Everet Brehm 2-56, Ayden Weisenberger 6-15, Jordan Bunkelman 1-10. A, Ty Falteisek 22-140, Evan Schunk 13-78, JV Castillo 17-65, Jacob Hirsch 1-3, Evan Reis 1-minus 1.

Passing: E, Mattison Butt 5-8-100-0. A, Castillo 0-2-0-0.

Receiving: E, Ashton Schuett 3-81, K. Butt 1-11, Brehm 1-8.

Records: Abbotsford 4-3, 1-3 Marawood Conference; Edgar 5-3, 3-1 Marawood Conference.

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