WITTENBERG-BIRNAMWOOD FOOTBALL PILES UP OVER 600 YARDS, CRUISES PAST IOLA-SCANDINAVIA



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WITTENBERG – Wittenberg-Birnamwood racked up more than 600 yards of offense and dominated Iola-Scandinavia, rolling to a 47-16 victory on Saturday in a nonconference football game at Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School.


Ben Wesolowski threw for 247 yards and five touchdowns, three to Luke Muscha and two to Kaden Schmidt. He also ran for 207 yards for the Chargers (2-0).


Iola-Scandinavia was held to 113 total yards, while the Thunderbirds (1-1) allowed 624 yards.


Parker Prahl had a touchdown run and a TD pass to Will Tappa to account for Iola-Scandinavia’s scoring plays. The Thunderbirds also had a safety at the end of the first quarter.


Wittenberg-Birnamwood opens its Central Wisconsin Conference Large Division schedule Friday at home against Spencer/Columbus. Iola-Scandinavia plays a nonconference game at Edgar on Friday.


Chargers 47, Thunderbirds 16

Iola-Scandinavia 2 6 8 0 - 16

Wittenberg-Birnamwood 20 14 6 7 - 47

First Quarter

WB – Jack Fraaza 2 run (kick missed).

WB – Luke Muscha 30 pass from Ben Wesolowski (run failed).

WB – Groshek 3 run (run good).

IS – Safety.

Second Quarter

IS – Will Tappa 25 pass from Parker Prahl (run good).

WB – Kaden Schmidt 42 pass from Wesolowski (Nathan Waupekenay kick).

WB – Schmidt 23 pass from Wesolowski (Waupekenay kick).

Third Quarter

IS – Prahl 2 run (Prahl run).

WB – Muscha 21 pass from Wesolowski (kick missed).

Fourth Quarter

WB – Marshall Fraaza 1 run (Waupekenay kick).

Individual Statistics

Rushing: IS, Parker Prahl 21-33, Isaiah Hoyord 11-18, Ryan Kampart 1-4, Carter Melum 1-1. WB, Ben Wesolowski 15-207, Jack Fraaza 9-42, Marshall Fraaza 7-39, Braeden Groshek 3-8, Alexander Centeno 1-5, Kaden Schmidt 1-2, Maxwell Kersten 1-minus 1, Nathan Waupekenay 2-minus 4.

Passing: IS, Prahl 3-7-57-1. WB, Weslowski 11-19-247-0, Waupekenay 4-6-79-1.

Receiving: IS, Gavin Hoyord 2-32, Will Tappa 1-25. WB, Schmidt 5-106, Luke Muscha 4-110, Connor Groshek 2-79, Jordan Landowski 1-20, Ben Flak 1-11, Dylan Resch 1-10, Jaydon Landowski 1-2.

Records: Iola-Scandinavia 1-1; Wittenberg-Birnamwood 2-0.

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