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Friday’s High School Sports Results for Appleton Area


Sep 16, 2023

USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin brings you the latest news in soccer. In a recent match, Kimberly defeated Appleton East with a score of 42-14. Carson Pendleton led the Papermakers to victory by throwing four touchdown passes. Gavin Tyson also contributed to the win with a 26-yard touchdown run. The Patriots managed to score a touchdown as well, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Kimberly’s dominance. Overall, it was a strong performance from the Papermakers.

In another game, Appleton North triumphed over Oshkosh North with a resounding score of 42-0. Jack Robinson and Luke Kritzer played key roles in the victory, with both players rushing for touchdowns. The Lightning’s defense also played a crucial role in limiting Oshkosh North’s scoring opportunities. It was a dominant performance by Appleton North, showcasing their strength on both offense and defense.

Fond du Lac secured a win against Kaukauna with a score of 34-24. Calvin Mullins played a pivotal role in the victory, scoring two touchdowns in the fourth quarter. Connor Klapperich also contributed to Fond du Lac’s success with a 33-yard touchdown pass. Despite a valiant effort from Kaukauna, it wasn’t enough to overcome Fond du Lac’s momentum.

Wrightstown narrowly defeated Freedom in a thrilling game, with a final score of 15-14. Kayden Colwell’s 2-point conversion run proved to be the deciding factor in the match. Landon Helpley showcased his skills by running for 90 yards and scoring a crucial touchdown for Wrightstown. It was a closely contested match, with both teams putting up a strong fight until the very end.

In other games, Hortonville emerged victorious against Wisconsin Rapids with a score of 27-14. Xavier dominated Seymour with a convincing score of 41-8. Menasha secured a dominant win over Green Bay East with a score of 49-0. Lastly, Fox Valley Lutheran defeated Denmark with a score of 35-7, showcasing their strength in the Northeastern Conference.

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