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The beat goes on for Big Foot, other area scores

October 09, 2010 | 12:02 PM
Orfordville -- The Big Foot football team is headed for disaster.

It only scored 46 first-half points Friday night en route to a 46-6 victory over Orfordville-Parkview. In each of the last two games, the Chiefs racked up 56 first-half points, so they may be slipping.

But probably not.

The dominant Chiefs won their fifth straight game in grand fashion. Big Foot gained 461 total yards, including 361 on the ground. The majority of the rushing yards came from sophomore Mason Dixon and junior Kenny Walker. Dixon picked up 142, while Walker added 135.

Walker racked up an impressive 223 total yards of offense with three touchdowns, two by ground and one by air. It's simply mind-boggling that Walker averaged 33.8 yards per carry, and Dixon averaged 28.4.

In the air, Jake Wedig completed four of seven for 101 yards and a touchdown. On the defensive side of the ball, Vaughn Bourassa and Garrett Cary each sacked the quarterback twice, and Collin Frederick and Dean Smith each added a sack. Ian Vara led the team with six tackles. David Luczak picked off a Parkview pass.

Big Foot returns home Friday against Walworth County foe East Troy (3-4). Check Wednesday's Regional News for a full story.

Cambria-Friesland 60, Williams Bay 12

Williams Bay -- It may have been homecoming, but the Hilltoppers didn't welcome the Bay to any first-half offense Friday night.

Cambria jumped out to a 47-0 halftime lead en route to a 60-12 blowout despite a large Bulldog crowd. The Bay's lone bright spot came from Deaken Boggs, who ran for 80 yards and two touchdowns, both coming in the third quarter.

Williams Bay (1-6) travels to Johnson Creek (4-2) Friday for a 7 p.m. tilt.

Other area scores

Union Grove 20, Elkhorn 13

Delavan-Darien 42, Wilmot 13

East Troy 27, Whitewater 13

Westosha Central 21, Waterford 14

Jefferson 27, Evansville 19

Clinton 50, Beloit Turner 34

Brodhead-Juda 42, Palmyra-Eagle 19

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