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2017 Week 7 Results

Mariners 16 at Slayers 29
Wildcats 0 at Braves 55
Jaguars 38 at Chargers 6


WSFL

2017 Week 6 Results


Slayers 32 at Jaguars 20
Chargers 40 at Wildcats 34
Braves 30 at Mariners 56


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2017 Week 5 Results

Braves 24 at Jaguars 2
Slayers 24 at Chargers 22
Mariners 49 at Wildcats 0


WSFL

2017 Week 3 Results

Mariners 27 at Jaguars 13
Slayers 41 at Wildcats 0
Braves 6 at Chargers 0

WSFL

2017 Week 2 Results


Jaguars 15 at Braves 20
Wildcats 6 at Chargers 50
Slayers 6 at Mariners 40

WSFL

Week 1 Results


Chargers 12 at Slayers 19
Braves 16 at Wildcats 8
Jaguars 0 at Mariners 35

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New Team Joining The WSFL!


The WSFL would like to welcome the Jefferson County Chargers.

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2016 Week 12 Results


Hurricanes 41 at Braves 28
Wildcats 18 at Slayers 20
Mariners on Bye

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2016 Week 11 Results


Slayers 16 at Braves 48
Wildcats 0 at Mariners 46

This Mariners win gives the team 21 straight wins, beating the the previous record held by the Fox Valley Forcde of 20 straight wins!

Hurricanes on Bye
WSFL

2016 Week 10 Results


Slayers 26 at Wildcats 18
Hurricanes 12 at Mariners 13
Braves on Bye

WSFL

2016 Week 9 Results


Wildcats 0 at 34 Braves
Hurricanes 18 at 6 Slayers
Mariners on Bye

WSFL

2016 Week 8 Results


Mariners 21 at Hurricanes 12
Braves 16 at Wildcats 46
Slayers on Bye

WSFL

2016 Week 7 Results


Braves 18 at Slayers 48
Mariners 41 at Wildcats 8
Hurricanes on Bye


WSFL

2016 Week 6 Results

Mariners 34 at Slayers 8
Braves 6 at Hurricanes 26
Wildcats on Bye


WSFL

2016 Week 5 Results

Hurricanes 14 at Mariners 20
Wildcats 8 at Slayers 14
Braves on Bye


WSFL

2016 Week 4 Results

Slayers 0 at Mariners 36
Braves, Hurricanes, Wildcats on Bye


WSFL

2016 Week 3 Results

Slayers 18 at Hurricanes 38
Braves 0 at Wildcats 30
Mariners on Bye


WSFL

2016 Week 2 Results

Mariners 24 at Braves 8
Wildcats 7 at Hurricanes 0


WSFL

2016 Week 1 Results

Braves 8 at Mariners 41
This past Sunday, August 14, 2016, the Dodge County Braves travelled to Two Rivers, WI to face the Manitowoc County Mariners. This was a rematch of last year's first round playoff game ...

Wildcats 50 at Hurricanes 12

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WSFL - 1First Class Hall of Fame

The first class of the WSFL Hall of Fame has been put together. Congratulations to ...

... Visit the WSFL facebook page to see who made the HOF!


WSFL

2015 Week 12 Recaps

e Jaguars 6 vs. Mariners 51
The Manitowoc County Mariners completed the home portion of their 2015 regular season schedule with a 51-6 victory over the upstart Wausau Jaguars. Manitowoc moves to 8-0, while the Jags fall to 1-8 ...

Slayers 42 at Braves 28
Saturday night in Mayville, the Washington County Slayers handled the Dodge County Braves 42-28. This was a battle of two teams, jockeying for playoff seeding ...

Wildcats 2 at Steel 0
The game between the Wildcats and Steel ended in a Steel forfeit.

... Visit the WSFL facebook page for the full week 12 game recaps!

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media


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2015 Week 11 Recap

e Braves 8 vs. Mariners 10
The Manitowoc County Mariners remain undefeated after a 10-8 defeat of the Dodge County Braves at Walsh Field in Two Rivers. While it lacked the excitement of the Slayers/Mariners, this game provided ...

Steel 0 vs., Wildcats 2
The Dane County Steel forfeited this game. Disappointment isn’t strong enough to define what this is. Is Dane County satisfied with the lone victory? Sources say that they could only muster ...

Timberjacks 8 at Jaguars 24
The expansion Wausau Jaguars are victorious for the first time. They’ve overcome many obstacles in the initial WSFL campaign. By defeating the Timberjacks, Wausau ensures no team will go winless in 2015 ...

... Visit the WSFL facebook page for the full week 11 game recaps!

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media


WSFL

2015 Week 10 Game Results

Braves 44 vs. Slayers 28

Jaguars 6 vs. Steel 14

T-Jacks 6 vs. Wildcats 30


WSFL

2015 Week 9 Game Recaps

Steel 0 vs. Braves 42
The Dodge County Braves, spurred on by a stingy defense and playmaking offense soundly defeated the Dane County Steel 42-0. Once again, the Braves proved too much for the Steel. While some thought the Braves would overlook the Steel, Dodge County showed up ready. The Braves have not allowed an offensive point all season. ...

Wildcats 36 vs. Jaguars 12
The Western Wildcats are a legitimate threat. With another strong performance tonight, prevailing 36-12 over the upstart Wausau Jaguars, Western is a step closer to clinching a playoff spot, and becoming a major headache for any team unlucky enough to face them ...

Mariners 19 vs. T-Jacks 6
The undefeated Mariners travelled to Spies field, hoping to keep their undefeated march to a championship alive. They returned to Two Rivers with a hard fought 19-6 victory over the M&M Timberjacks. The T-Jacks scored their lone touchdown on a fumble return. From there, the Manitowoc County defense assumed control ...

... Visit the WSFL facebook page for the full week 9 game recaps!

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media


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2015 Week 9 Preview

Steel vs. Braves
Note: The undefeated Braves host the winless Steel. The Braves aim t continue their winning ways, seeking to lock up the league’s top spot, The Steel attempt to gain some positive traction, in the midst of a nightmarish inaugural campaign ...

Wildcats vs. Jaguars
Quick Note: The Wildcats look to cement their playoff standing with a win here. The Jaguars are playing for pride, and pursuit of their first league victory. For the abundance of talent advantage that Western possesses, Wausau counters with solid coaching and competitiveness. When they gather depth next year, this team will be a force ...

Mariners vs. T-Jacks
Quick Look: One of the oldest rivalries in the WSFL is renewed as the undefeated Mariners make the drive north to battle the M&M Timberjacks. Manitowoc County emerged victorious from the season’s best game, a 22-21 heartstopper versus the Slayers. The T-Jacks are in the playoff hunt, and are primed to pull the upset. Their roster is getting healthier and deeper at the right time ...

... Visit the WSFL facebook page for the full week 9 game previews!

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media


WSFL

2015 Week 8 Recap

Slayers 21 at 22 Mariners

Timberjacks 14 at 2 Steel

Disclaimer: Earlier this week, Slayers DB Antonio Fontanez grumbled about a perceived lack of coverage of his superlative season. I replied with if he made plays ... Visit the WSFL facebook page for the full week 8 game recaps!


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2015 Week 8 Preview

Slayers at Mariners
Quick Take: The two most balanced teams in the WSFL face off at Walsh Field. This is the game that both teams have mentioned in the preceding weeks. The visiting Slayers bring a potent passing attack led by QB Jose Malave. Malave leads the league in touchdown passes (15) and is second in the league in passing yards (832). He faces a Mariners defensive squad which lives to rush the passer, as five Mariner defenders have tallied more than one sack...

Timberjacks at Steel
Quick Take: The Timberjacks need to win this game. With a victory, the crew from Menominee pulls to a tie in the win column with the Western Wildcats. The Wildcats host the T-Jacks on September 26th, which could be a playoff clincher. At this point, the Steel should be playing for pride, and building for the future. Dane County is having a rough inaugural season. Opponents have outscored them 243-12 in six games...

... Visit the WSFL facebook page for the full week 8 game previews!

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media


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2015 Week 7 Recap

Mariners 38, Wildcats 12
The Manitowoc County Mariners remain undefeated with a 38-12 defeat of the Western Wildcats. The Mariners (4-0) managed to thwart the potent Western aerial attack. Credit needs to be spread evenly among the team. The trio of LB Mason Czekala, DEs Richard Zachow, and Rico Flores combined for 5 sacks, as Wildcats QB Nate Samas was under duress all afternoon. The ever-improving play of rookie quarterback Marcos Alfaro (9/16 144 yards, 3TD) answered any doubts or questions critics initially had. Alfaro gave his thoughts on this game, and next week’s tilt with the undefeated Washington County Slayers.

WSFL Media: Can you elaborate on the three touchdowns?

MA: Honestly, there hasn’t been much adversity. Our stout defense enables the offense to suffer less stress ...

... Visit the WSFL facebook page for the full player/coach interview!

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media


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2015 Week 7 Preview

Wildcats vs Mariners
Surprise: The Western Wildcats currently sit at 2-2. How many of you predicted that one? After suffering a 39-12 thumping by the Slayers, Western won 2 of their next three (the other loss was a 9-6 battle against the Slayers). The first Washington County game could’ve been an ominous sign of an ugly season. Would anyone blame them for packing it in? Yet, they’ve dropped 40 on a couple of opponents since. Confidence is a tricky concept to grasp. If you have a dearth of it, all seems hopelessly lost. Own an abundant supply, and there is no goal that can’t be achieved.

The Test: The Mariners have allowed a whopping eight total points. Not a misprint. This is due to their fearsome pass rush. Opposing passers don’t have time to blink, much less complete a throw. However, what would happen if Western managed to successfully keep the Mariners at bay, allowing Nate Samas to complete passes? WR Bennett and Jewell are two of the top receivers in the league statistically. With sustained Wildcat blocking, the Mariners could be made to pay vertically. How will Manitowoc County’s secondary deal with the aerial attack? They haven’t been tested all season.

Matchup #1- Mariners DE Richard Zachow vs. Wildcats RT Zack Miller: Not to oversimplify, but the game hinges upon this matchup. Zachow is the premier pass rusher in the WSFL. He will wreck an opposing gameplans, and must be accounted for at all times. His best trait isn’t measurable, nor can be tallied on a stat sheet. There is an inherent relentlessness every snap. Miller is an improving lineman, progressing weekly. He will need to get in that proverbial phone booth and brawl with Zachow all game, to the echo of the whistle. It would be interesting to see how the Mariners DE deals with that approach. The task seems ...

... Visit the WSFL facebook page for the full preview and key player matchups!

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media


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2015 Week 6 Recap

Wildcats 40, Jaguars 22
There are no moral victories in sports, or at least there should not be. Yet, the expansion Wausau Jaguars continue to show marked improvement. Even though they fell to the Western Wildcats 40-22, they battled, which will pay dividends in the years to follow. On the other hand, the Wildcats march closer to locking up a playoff spot. WSFL Media spoke with WR Jeremy Bennett, a key component of the potent Wildcats aerial attack.

Slayers 52, Steel 6
Entering this Saturday evening, the expansion Dane County Steel tallied six total points. On the bright side, they can boast about doubling their season point total. That may be today’s lone highlight for the team from Madison. The Washington County Slayers dismantled the first year squad, 52-6. WSFL Media spoke with Slayer RB Shay Klitzke about his four touchdown game and future opponents:

... Visit the WSFL facebook page for the full recap and interviews!

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media


WSFL

2015 Week 6 Mariners vs Braves game has been cancelled!

The Game between the Mariners and the Braves will be rescheduled

Details to follow

Management for both teams worked together all week to find a solution and unfortunately this contest was not able to take place. We are confident that we are doing the best for both teams and the league as a whole. Neither team wanted a forfeit as a lot of time and preparation goes into running a team and league and after all we are all here to compete. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused but the game will be played at a later date. We will update everyone when an agreement is reached.

Thank you,

Marcos Alfaro Sr.
WSFL Commissioner


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2015 Week 6 Preview - August 29, 2015

Mariners vs. Braves
Meaning to Mariners: This is their first litmus test of 2015. The Mariners get to test the mettle versus another undefeated team, in a hostile atmosphere. What better way to gauge your season? If they are able to capture a road win here, this sets them up as an immediate threat to hoist the championship trophy. This is a statement game.

Meaning to the Braves: The Braves defensive streak of not allowing a single point is in serious peril. They are facing a balanced offense that will test them at every turn. For the first time this season, they are facing a team that is an equal. A win in Monona sets up the first of two battles with the Slayers.

Jaguars vs. Wildcats
At Stake for Wausau: The Jaguars are hunting for their first victory. They’ve competed, but have struggled to snare that initial WSFL victory. Their offensive line is immense. There is some serious size between the tackles, which is a phenomenal building block. In the years to come, with more experience, this unit can be a force. Now, it’s a matter of getting accustomed to the speed of the WSFL

Wildcats: With a win, Western can begin to separate themselves from the Timberjacks in the quest for the last playoff spot. QB Nate Samas seems to be gaining confidence with each completion. After narrowly losing a 9-6 slugfest in Slinger, they look to get back into the win column.

Steel vs. Slayers
Meaning to the Steel: Basically, the Steel are struggling severely. They’ve scored six points, while allowing a league high 191 points. The Steel is loaded with prideful players, trying to unite for a victory. This is the game to throw caution to the wind. If there are any gadget plays, use them. Conservative playcalling needs to cease.

Meaning to the Slayers: The Slayers to a man are not looking past Dane County. To them, this is just another game. Slayers players want to continue undefeated, featuring a vicious defense intent of separating opponents from the ball. Plus, they do not want to disappoint the home crowd. ... Visit the WSFL facebook page for the full previews!

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media


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2015 Week 5 Recap

August 24, 2015

Slayers 52, Jaguars 0

Rolling into Wausau, the Washington County Slayers looked for their third road victory, pushing their undefeated streak to five. The winless Jaguars were overwhelmed from the opening whistle. There are no moral victories, but from all accounts, Wausau refused to fold. Slayers defensive back and special teams ace Brandon Wojciechowski spoke about the game, and the mindset of kick coverage.

Mariners 49, Steel 0

Bolstered by a stout, fearsome defense, the Mariners blanked the Steel in Two Rivers. Pressure and game-altering plays are becoming a hallmark of Manitowoc County football. Rico Flores notched three sacks. For Mariner fans, seeing a productive, balanced offensive attack is a welcomed sight. QB Marcos Alfaro threw for a touchdown on 8 of 14 passes. Another standout was RB Jesse Robinson. Robinson (3 TD's) answered questions about his team, the game, and his running style.

Braves 37, Timberjacks 0

The Dodge County Braves extended their shutout streak to four, defeating the game, but undermanned Timberjacks 37-0. Once again, the Braves’ brand of swarming defense proved to be the difference maker, forcing seven turnovers. Two of which were at the hands of defensive back Alex Baxter. Baxter commented on his extraordinary afternoon.

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media

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2015 Week 5 Preview

August 22, 2015

Slayers at Jaguars

The Jaguars welcome the undefeated Slayers to Wausau. The Slayers survived an old-fashioned brawl with the Jaguars, and look to get the offense rolling again. The man to watch is RB Shay Kitzke. Klitzke, the league’s leading rusher (49 rushes, 385 yards, 6 TD), forces defenses to play straight up. Wausau looks for its first WSFL victory.

Steel at Mariners

Dane County faces a mammoth chore, in various ways. 1. They travel to one of the better fields in the league. I took a photo from last week’s game in Two Rivers and texted a friend. The response was “that field has a Century Link (Seattle’s stadium) feel to it”. The Seahawks play in a cozy soccer stadium, in which the fans are extremely close to the action. 2. The Mariners are improving offensively. Marcos Alfaro Jr. is feeling more comfortable, in the pocket.

Timberjacks at Braves

This has the potential to be a nailbiter. The T-Jacks are better than their record indicates. Their rushing attack is slowly reverting to form. Dodge County’s speed and aggressiveness will provide a stern test. Will the Timberjacks score the first touchdown against the stout Braves defense? If they do, how will the Braves react? A T-Jacks victory serves notice, while a decisive Dodge County win will silence the critics and naysayers.

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media



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2015 Week 4 Recap

2015 Week 4 Recap

Wildcats 48, Timberjacks 14

The early game promises to be solid. Both teams enter the contest, desperate for a victory. The Wildcats make the long trek to Menominee, where the T-Jacks are hoping to avoid a 0-3 start. In seasons like this, the average fan forgets how devastating a winless start can be. Rashun Mitchell is the Timberjacks’ X-factor in the return game. Forget the zero by the win columns for these proud squads. Someone will emerge from this battle victorious. Sunday morning, both teams will feel the impact.

The Western Wildcats journeyed east to face the Timberjacks. Entering this tilt with the T-Jacks, Western hoped to improve on their 12 point output the previous week. They quadrupled their total with a 48-14 victory in Menominee. Quarterback Nate Samas led the offensive outburst with 7 TD passes. WSFL Media spoke to him following the game:


WSFL Media: What did you expect from the Timberjacks, coming today?
NS: As with any opponent, I expected them to play extremely hard and for this to be a highly competitive game.
WSFL Media: How does this win affect the rest of your season?
NS: This victory will hopefully build momentum. We need to do this consistently, and I
WSFL Media: As an accurate passer, what's the most important aspect of your dropback, and why?
NS: I solely focus on being able to be on the same page as my receivers. My offensive line afforded me ample time. With these two parts of the play already successful, there isn’t a throw I cannot make.
WSFL Media: What do people have to know about the 2015 Wildcats?
NS: When you play us, you are in for a tough game. We’re not ones to simply lie down. The Wildcats are a cohesive unit.

Braves 20, Jaguars 2

Buttressed by two defensive score, the Dodge County Braves remain undefeated with a 20-2 victory over the first-year Wausau Jaguars. The Braves scored touchdowns on a Tony Hanke interception and a fumble recovery from defensive end Josh Price. The lone Jaguars tally was a safety. The Braves played with 26 players. This brand of ironman football is tough to accomplish successfully. Is it possible for their defense to improve, when they add players? We spoke to Braves standout defender Jose Gonzalez


WSFLP: How is the Braves defense continuing to dominate opponents?
JG: We have a strong coaching staff, supported by outstanding on-field leaders. Communication from the huddle to pre-snap adjustments have paid off.
WSFLP: What's your role in the defense, and how does it change from game to game?
JG: I play just about every special teams snap, and often on the defensive line. I play where I am needed, and where my skill set benefits the team most.
WSFLP: The Braves, Slayers, and Mariners are three if the league's best defenses, what makes the Braves D special?
JG: Family. We don't play as a team, we play as family. Every player knows their responsibilities, and attacks them with passion.
WSFLP: What inspires you on the field?
JG: I am moved by the overall intensity. These men sacrifice their time and body to achieve a great goal: winning. My high school coach always said” Play each play as if it were your last” Every week, I try to live up to that.

Slayers 56, Steel 6

The unbeaten Washington County Slayers travelled down to Madison to face the expansion Steel. The Slayers arrived ready to play, and didn’t take Dane County lightly. From the initial whistle, Washington County put on an aerial display that bewildered the Steel. Slayer receiver Lawerance Peters (3 TDs) discussed the game.


WSFL Media: Can you please break down your 3 TD catches. Can you give us your mindset going into each?
LP: First, I want to give a shoutout to our offensive line for dominating the line of scrimmage, and providing plenty of time for Jose to throw the ball. As for the touchdowns, we were determined to score and we were able to connect multiple times.
WSFL Media: What is the biggest challenge in playing in an offense loaded with playmakers?
LP: I don't worry about my numbers. If your number is called, you need to step up, and make an impact. I believe in the motto of “teamwork makes the dream work” As long as we stick together, and play Slayer football, we can't fall.
WSFL Media: Two of your next three games are at home, how does the lack of travel help you prepare?
LP: Even though, we’re at home, the team treats it like a fight. The opposition lines up their eleven, as will we. Our goal is to impose our will on the opponent, home or away.
WSFL Media: How far can the Slayers go this year, and why?
LP: I firmly believe that we can take it all this year. Our main goals are to stay hungry and play fundamentally sound football. Every WSFL team has championship aspirations. The Slayers have playmakers all over the field, and teams need to understand, we are a difficult matchup for everyone.

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media



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2015 Week 4 Preview

August 15, 2015

Jaguars at Mariners

After a two week hiatus, the Manitowoc County Mariners are back in action. They will welcome the Wausau Jaguars to Walsh Field. The Jaguars have tallied two points in their first two WSFL games, and they are facing a Mariner defense, that will rush, hurry, and disturb opposing quarterbacks. Can the Jaguars cobble together enough offense to exhaust the Manitowoc County defense? Will the offense build upon a decent opener, and provide the Mariners sustainable drives to win the game?

Steel at Timberjacks

Week 4 is the time of a season, where teams will begin to define themselves. For the expansion Steel, the first two games signify growing pains. (Defense allowing 51.5 per game) Yet, inaugural season or nor not, Dane County plays hard. The Timberjacks are having an uncharacteristically sluggish start (0-3) in 2015. Through the struggles, T-Jacks WR Adam Zuehl is a bright spot. He is one to watch. If he gets free, the Timberjacks will notch their first win of 2015. A win for either team goes far in helping the playoff hopes of both.

Wildcats at Slayers

In the rematch of Week 2 (Slayers won 39-12), this game has a different feel. The Wildcats’ offense, lead by QB Nate Samas is operating fantastically (7 TD in Week 3). The Wildcats are running into the proverbial buzzsaw, known as the Washington County defense. Linebacker Conor Roddy may not be a name known outside of Slinger, yet he’s gaining a reputation as a fearsome, brutal hitter. Roddy mixes technique with malice, adding in extraordinary timing. Samas’ passes will need to be precise, to ensure his receivers avoid being detonated by the ravenous Slayers.

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media



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2015 Week 3 Recap

2015 Week 3 Recap

Wildcats 48, Timberjacks 14

The early game promises to be solid. Both teams enter the contest, desperate for a victory. The Wildcats make the long trek to Menominee, where the T-Jacks are hoping to avoid a 0-3 start. In seasons like this, the average fan forgets how devastating a winless start can be. Rashun Mitchell is the Timberjacks’ X-factor in the return game. Forget the zero by the win columns for these proud squads. Someone will emerge from this battle victorious. Sunday morning, both teams will feel the impact.

The Western Wildcats journeyed east to face the Timberjacks. Entering this tilt with the T-Jacks, Western hoped to improve on their 12 point output the previous week. They quadrupled their total with a 48-14 victory in Menominee. Quarterback Nate Samas led the offensive outburst with 7 TD passes. WSFL Media spoke to him following the game:


WSFL Media: What did you expect from the Timberjacks, coming today?
NS: As with any opponent, I expected them to play extremely hard and for this to be a highly competitive game.
WSFL Media: How does this win affect the rest of your season?
NS: This victory will hopefully build momentum. We need to do this consistently, and I
WSFL Media: As an accurate passer, what's the most important aspect of your dropback, and why?
NS: I solely focus on being able to be on the same page as my receivers. My offensive line afforded me ample time. With these two parts of the play already successful, there isn’t a throw I cannot make.
WSFL Media: What do people have to know about the 2015 Wildcats?
NS: When you play us, you are in for a tough game. We’re not ones to simply lie down. The Wildcats are a cohesive unit.

Braves 20, Jaguars 2

Buttressed by two defensive score, the Dodge County Braves remain undefeated with a 20-2 victory over the first-year Wausau Jaguars. The Braves scored touchdowns on a Tony Hanke interception and a fumble recovery from defensive end Josh Price. The lone Jaguars tally was a safety. The Braves played with 26 players. This brand of ironman football is tough to accomplish successfully. Is it possible for their defense to improve, when they add players? We spoke to Braves standout defender Jose Gonzalez


WSFLP: How is the Braves defense continuing to dominate opponents?
JG: We have a strong coaching staff, supported by outstanding on-field leaders. Communication from the huddle to pre-snap adjustments have paid off.
WSFLP: What's your role in the defense, and how does it change from game to game?
JG: I play just about every special teams snap, and often on the defensive line. I play where I am needed, and where my skill set benefits the team most.
WSFLP: The Braves, Slayers, and Mariners are three if the league's best defenses, what makes the Braves D special?
JG: Family. We don't play as a team, we play as family. Every player knows their responsibilities, and attacks them with passion.
WSFLP: What inspires you on the field?
JG: I am moved by the overall intensity. These men sacrifice their time and body to achieve a great goal: winning. My high school coach always said” Play each play as if it were your last” Every week, I try to live up to that.

Slayers 56, Steel 6

The unbeaten Washington County Slayers travelled down to Madison to face the expansion Steel. The Slayers arrived ready to play, and didn’t take Dane County lightly. From the initial whistle, Washington County put on an aerial display that bewildered the Steel. Slayer receiver Lawerance Peters (3 TDs) discussed the game.


WSFL Media: Can you please break down your 3 TD catches. Can you give us your mindset going into each?
LP: First, I want to give a shoutout to our offensive line for dominating the line of scrimmage, and providing plenty of time for Jose to throw the ball. As for the touchdowns, we were determined to score and we were able to connect multiple times.
WSFL Media: What is the biggest challenge in playing in an offense loaded with playmakers?
LP: I don't worry about my numbers. If your number is called, you need to step up, and make an impact. I believe in the motto of “teamwork makes the dream work” As long as we stick together, and play Slayer football, we can't fall.
WSFL Media: Two of your next three games are at home, how does the lack of travel help you prepare?
LP: Even though, we’re at home, the team treats it like a fight. The opposition lines up their eleven, as will we. Our goal is to impose our will on the opponent, home or away.
WSFL Media: How far can the Slayers go this year, and why?
LP: I firmly believe that we can take it all this year. Our main goals are to stay hungry and play fundamentally sound football. Every WSFL team has championship aspirations. The Slayers have playmakers all over the field, and teams need to understand, we are a difficult matchup for everyone.

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media



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2015 Week 2 Preview

2015 Week 3 Preview

Wildcats vs. Timberjacks

The early game promises to be solid. Both teams enter the contest, desperate for a victory. The Wildcats make the long trek to Menominee, where the T-Jacks are hoping to avoid a 0-3 start. In seasons like this, the average fan forgets how devastating a winless start can be. Rashun Mitchell is the Timberjacks’ X-factor in the return game. Forget the zero by the win columns for these proud squads. Someone will emerge from this battle victorious. Sunday morning, both teams will feel the impact.

Braves vs. Jaguars

In two games, the Dodge County Braves are averaging 43 per game, and haven’t allowed a single point. That is unquestioned offensive dominance. Running back Monti Cooper is averaging over eight yards per carry, yet opponents cannot solely key on him. Wide Receiver Clinton Tillman III will give cornerbacks fits, with his size and speed. In contrast, the Wausau Jaguars are still relatively unknown, as there is only 60 minutes of actual game film on them. This affords them the opportunity to play looser, and throw in a few gadget plays. Every player who suits up in the WSFL possesses a deep pride reservoir. The Jags will want to impress the home crowd.

Slayers vs. Steel

The Dane County Steel, like the Jaguars are searching for their first league victory. They welcome the Washington County Slayers to Breese-Stevens Field. Dane County will have to deal with Jose Malave Jr. Malave is a confident passer, and field general. The key for the Steel will be to keep the game close early, and drag the Slayers into a low scoring defensive battle.

- Terry Biggs, WSFL Media



WSFL

2015 Week 2 Preview

July 31, 2015 - Terry Biggs. WSFL Media

Mariners at Steel:

The Mariners leave the shores of Lake Michigan, and head to Breese-Stevens Field to face the expansion Dane County Steel.

With most expansion teams, very little is known about the Steel, which could be to their advantage. Unfortunately, they are facing the league’s most fearsome defense. The Mariners are dominant from the line to the secondary.

The key question: Can the Mariners offense consistently score enough to assist the other side of the ball? A great barometer for this will be a road game, which also is the first game in Steel history.

Braves at Timberjacks:

A week has elapsed since the Timberjacks were shut out by the Slayers. With that loss firmly behind them, they welcome the Dodge County Braves to town. The Braves put on a football clinic, manhandling the expansion Jaguars. Are they ready for the rushing onslaught that is T-Jacks Football?

M&M is not subtle with the game plan. The Braves should expect an extremely physical evening. This may be the Game of the Week.

With a win, the Braves solidify themselves as an early threat to make a playoff run. Similarly, with a loss, the Timberjacks will be in unfamiliar territory. As Week 2 games go, this one could set the tone for 2015.

Slayers at Wildcats:

This game can be summarized by questions: Can the Wildcats defense, led by 2014 tackle leader Tyler Bortle make enough plays to slow the explosive Slayer offense? Will the Slayer defense generate enough pressure to disrupt Wildcat QB Nate Samas? Samas will look to continue a fantastic 2014 (3:1 TD/INT ratio, and a 12.4 yards/pass attempt).



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The WSFL 2015 Week 1 Results

July 26, 2015

In the first game of the 2015 WSFL season the Slayers shocked the perennial powerhouse M&M Timberjacks with a score of 46-0 in Singer!


The second game of WSFL action was between the Dodge County Braves and the Wausau Jaguars at Dodgeland High School. The Braves ran away with it with a 62-0 victory. Game recaps of both games to follow soon!!



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WSFL 2015 Schedule Update

July 5, 2015

The Wisconsin State Football League has released the latest draft of the upcoming season's schedule. Click on 2015 Schedule to view the schedule and visit frequently for any updates!



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2nd TEAM ALLSTARS

Congratulations to the 2014 WSFL 2nd Team Allstars!

QB Alex Whitney - Destroyers
RB Manny Mills - Rebels
FB Drae Strampe - Rebels
WR Gerry Hammons - Rebels
WR David Akins - Wildcats
OL Stoney West - Destroyers
OL Isaac Nerat - Timberjacks
OL Tyler Bortle - Wildcats
OL Ryan Zuelke - Destroyers
OL Kaleb Hall - Timberjacks
DE Brian Oudenhoven - Timberjacks
DE Ricardo Flores - Mariners
DT Jordan Ketelhot - Braves
DT Ryan Doxtator - Timberjacks
LB Chris Lecloux - Destroyers
LB Shane Brunner - Mariners
LB Mason Czeckala - Mariners
CB Zack Mayerhofer - Timberjacks
CB Trevor Thompson - Destroyers
S Tony Hanke - Braves
S Joshua Murray - Destroyers


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2014 STAT LEADERS

QB Dylan Kelly (Rebels)
RB Justin Baker (Timberjacks)
FB Troy Prill (Destroyers)
WR Jon Collier (Rebels)
WR Steve Strong (Rebels)
TE Dale Svoboda (Timberjacks)
OL Tyler Courtright (Rebels)
OL Ryan DeLaurelle (Timberjacks)
OL Jeff Deblaey (Rebels)
OL Chris Garner (Destroyers)
OL Ellis Lingl (Mariners)
DE Bryan Beachler (Destroyers)
DE Richard Zachow (Mariners)
DT Dylan Waupoose (Mariners)
DT Alex Waniger (Rebels)
LB Chad Kleist (Slayers)
LB John Wagner (Rebels)
LB Jamil Moore (Rebels)
CB AJ Hollanquest (Rebels)
mi talent ba CB Shawn Gardiner (Timberjacks)
S1 Jacob Walesh (Mariners)
S2 Willie McCalebb (Destroyers)
KP Cory Bougie (Destroyers)


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2014 WSFL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

The Door County Destroyers defeated Sheboygan County Rebels 17-7 to claim the 2014 WSFL Championship! The Destroyers got past the Mariners 24-7 while the Rebels beat the Timberjacks 35-12 to earn their trips to the championship game. Both teams had a great season and this rivalry should only heighten for next year.

Congrats to the 2014 WSFL Champion, Destroyers!


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2014 STAT LEADERS

Timberjacks running back Justin Baker ends the 2014 season leading the league in rushing yards with 1,218, his 12 rushing td's lead the league as well.
Matt Gauthier of the Mariners led the league in punt return touchdowns with 4.
Destroyers quarterback Alex Whitney ends the season leading in touchdown passes with 18.
Arron Solie caught 9 of Whitney's Td passes to lead the league in that category.
Mariners defensive end Richard Zachow had 4 sacks on Saturday night to end the season with a league leading 17 sacks.
Safety Jacob Walesh ends the season with 8 interceptions to lead the league.


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2014 WEEK 12 RESULTS

The Rebels defeated the Braves 36 to 16 ending any chance at the Braves making the playoffs. The Rebels will host the Timberjacks this Saturday at 6PM. Mariners took care of business and beat the Wildcats 28-0 to assure their playoff spot, the Mariners will travel to the Destroyers this Saturday for their 1PM playoff game! The Timberjacks come up with a big win over the Slayers 69-0.

Rebels 36 vs Braves 16 3:00PM Dodgeland HS

Wildcats 0 vs Mariners 28 3:00PM Walsh Field

Slayers 0 vs Timberjacks 69 4:00PM Spies Field


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2014 WEEK 11 RESULTS

The Braves defeated the Slayers keeping their playoff hopes alive 63-0. In the 2nd game, the Rebels defeated the Destroyers 18-6 destroying the Destroyers chance at a perfect season. The Rebels win is a nice confidence booster going into the playoffs while the Destroyers will use this loss to rebound even stronger. The final game was a close matchup between 2 teams fighting for the last playoff spot. The Mariners eliminated the Wildcats from playoff contention with a 23-12 victory! The Mariners need a win or a Braves loss next week to clinch the final playoff spot! Which team will lock that final spot? Come and watch the WSFL action to find out!

Slayers 0 vs Braves 63 3:00PM Dodgeland HS

Destroyers 6 vs Rebels 18 6:00PM Memorial Field

Mariners 23 vs Wildcats 12 6:00PM Black River Falls HS


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2014 WEEK 10 RESULTS

The Braves beat the Timberjacks in OT 21-27 to keep their playoff chances alive! Even with the loss, the Timberjacks clinched a playoff spot because of the strength of victories between the Braves and H2H against Mariners and Wildcats. The Wildcats also won a must win game and defeated the Slayers 40-0. 3 teams are tied for the 4th playoff spot with 2 weeks left. The Mariners control their destiny with 2 wins already over the Braves and needing to win out the final 2 weeks against the Wildcats. The Braves need to win out against the Slayers and Rebels and a Mariners loss. The Wildcats need to sweep the Mariners and need either the Slayers or Rebels to beat the Braves. It should be an exciting race so don't miss any WSFL action!

Timberjacks 21 vs Braves 27 3:00PM Dodgeland HS

Wildcats 40 vs Slayers 0 7:00PM Slinger HS


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2014 WEEK 8 RESULTS

The October 11 Wildcats vs Slayers game kickoff time will be 7:00PM at Slinger HS!


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2014 WEEK 8 RESULTS

The Destroyers continued their unbeaten season and locked home field advantage in the playoffs with a 66-0 win against the Slayers. The Mariners beat the Braves 25 -21 and jumped ahead of them in the race for the playoffs. The Timberjacks revenged an early season home loss with a 18-9 win at the Rebels!

Slayers 0 vs Destroyers 66 1:00PM Baileys Harbor Rec Park

Braves 21 vs Mariners 25 6:00PM Walsh Field

Timberjacks 18 vs Rebels 9 6:00PM Memorial Field


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2014 WEEK 8 RESULTS

The Destroyers stay unbeaten with a hard fought 17-14 win at home giving the Rebels their 1st loss! The Mariners beat the Braves 45-6 to close the gap for 4th place. The final game saw the Timberjacks defeat the Wildcats 56-26. The win for the Timberjacks gives them a commanding lead for 3rd place while the Wildcats loss allowed the Rebels and Destroyers to clinch a playoff spot!

Rebels 14 vs Destroyers 17 2:00PM Baileys Harbor Rec Park

Mariners 45 vs Braves 6 3:00PM Dodgeland HS

Wildcats 26 vs Timberjacks 56 4:00PM Spies Field


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2014 WEEK 7 RESULTS

The Rebels stayed undefeated with a 48-0 win over the winless Slayers. The Braves beat the Wildcats 20-12 in game that ended at the end of the 3rd due to weather. The Destroyers fight off a game Mariners team and win 14-7.

Destroyers 14 vs Mariners 7 6:00PM Walsh Field

Braves 20 vs Wildcats 12 6:00PM Black River Falls HS

Slayers 0 vs Rebels 48 6:00PM Memorial Field


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2014 WEEK 6 RESULTS

The Destroyers continued their quest for an undefeated season by beating the Timberjacks 29 - 6 at home. The undefeated Rebels went on the road and won a close one against the Mariners 21-19. The Wildcats won in convincing fashion 56-0 and denied the Slayers their 1st win.

Timberjacks 6 vs Destroyers 29

Rebels 21 vs Mariners 19

Slayers 0 vs Wildcats 56


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2014 WEEK 5 RESULTS

The Destroyers continue to look like the team to beat shutting out the Wildcats 44 to 0. The Rebels stay undefeated defeating the Braves 45 to 10 at home. The Timberjacks build a 3 game winning streak winning 22-0!

Destroyers 44 vs Wildcats 0

Braves 10 vs Rebels 45

Mariners 0 vs Timberjacks 22


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2014 WEEK 4 RESULTS

The Rebels and Destroyers stay undefeated with impressive wins this week while the Timberjacks build a 2 game win streak!

Timberjacks 49 vs Slayers 0

Braves 7 vs Destroyers 56

Mariners 12 vs Rebels 27


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2014 WEEK 3 RESUULTS

Week 3 started with the Destroyers continued early season dominance with a big victory! It finished with the Wildcats and Timberjacks getting their 1st wins with hard fought victories! Congratulations to the Wildcats for the team's 1st ever WSFL win!

Destroyers 63 vs Slayers 0 2:00PM Slinger HS

Wildcats 10 vs Braves 6 3:00PM Dodgeland HS

Timberjacks 35 vs Mariners 20 6:00PM Walsh Field


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2014 WEEK 2 RESULTS

The Rebels and Destroyers continued their dominant start to the season with impressive wins. The Mariners begin their season undefeated with a win!

Destroyers 45 vs Timberjacks 6 12:00PM Spies HS

Mariners 35 vs Slayers 0 2:00PM Slinger HS

Rebels 47 vs Wildcats 0 6:00PM Black River Falls HS


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2014 WEEK 1 RESULTS

Week 1 is in the books! The Braves, Destroyers, and Rebels started the season in impressive fashion with big wins. The Slayers, Wildcats, and Timberjacks will be looking to bounce back week 2 and get in the win column.

Braves 41 vs Slayers 12 2:00PM Slinger HS

Wildcats 0 vs Destroyers 56 4:00PM Bailey's Harbor

Rebels 40 vs TJacks 0 6:00PM Spies Field


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NEW YEAR! NEW COMMISSIONER!

The WSFL has a new commissioner

The WSFL would like to announce that Manitowoc Mariners Owner Marcos Alfaro has been voted in as the new commissioner! Marco's experience as an a owner and business savvy will help the league in its continued growth.

We would like to thank Joe Plautz for the hard work and everything he has done as commissioner!


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2013 ALLSTAR GAME

This Saturday at 1:00PM:

Saturday 11/9

The WSFL North Allstar team defeated the South 49 to 6 in the last WSFL game of the season. Congratulations to the Timberjacks FB Justin Baker on being named player of the game! The WSFL family would like to thank the fans for coming out supporting us all season long and will continue to strive to provide the best semi pro football available in Wisconsin!


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2013 2ND RD PLAYOFFS

The championship game results:

Saturday 11/2
Rebels (4) 19 vs 20 Untouchables (3) 1 p.m. @ Valders HS

The Washington County Untouchables defeated the defending WSFL champion Sheboygan County Rebels 20-19 to win the 2013 WSFL Championship on Saturday! A great game to end a season where multiple teams made giant strides to become contenders and the U win their first WSFL championship!


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2013 WEEK 10 SCHEDULE CHANGE

The starting time and venue for the game between the Braves @ the Untouchables has been moved to 1:00 PM and Trenton Town Hall!:

Saturday 9/28

The game was original scheduled for 7:00PM, but will now start at 1:00 PM. The game will be played at Trenton Town Hall and not West Bend High School. Visit frequently and friend the WSFL on facebook for up to date information concerning this change and everything else WSFL related!


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2013 WEEK 8 SCHEDULE CHANGE

The starting time and venue for the game between the Outlaws @ the Bulldogs has been moved to 4:00 PM and Ahuska Park !:

Saturday 9/14

The game was original scheduled for 6:00PM, but will now start at 4:00 PM. The game will be played at Ahuska Park, Monona WI. The full address is 400 E. Broadway, Monona WI. Visit frequently and friend the WSFL on facebook for up to date information concerning this change and everything else WSFL related!


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2013 WEEK 9 SCHEDULE CHANGE

The game between the Outlaws @ the Mariners has had a venue change!:

Saturday 9/21

Due to a conflicting field schedule, the game between the Mariners and the Outlaws will now be played at the Mariner's home field. The game will be at Walsh Field at the original starting time of 6:00 PM.


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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE NOTICE - WEEK 7

The week 7 (9/7/2013) game's starting time between the Mariners and Destroyers has been changed! The game will now start at 7:00PM instead of 6:00PM.

Come out and support both teams!


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2013 WEEK 4 GAMES

Week 4 Games:

Saturday 8/10
Untouchables (3-0) @ Destroyers (1-2) 4 p.m. Bailey's Harbor Rec Park
Titans (0-3) @ Bulldogs (0-2) 6 p.m. Warner Park, Madison WI
Braves (1-1) @ Outlaws (1-1) 6 p.m. Little Chute H.S.
Rebels (2-0) @ Mariners (0-2) 7 p.m. Walsh Field

Many exciting matchups this weeks. The 1st game features the Destroyers looking to bounce back and give the Untouchables their 1st loss. The Titans and Bulldogs follow that and battle each other for their 1st win. At the same time, the Braves and Outlaws match up fields two 1-1 teams looking to assert themselves as contenders in their divisions. Finally, the Mariners look to remove the Rebels from the unbeaten ranks after two hard fought losses. Come out and support your teams!


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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE NOTICE - WEEK 1

Double the action, double the fun for the WSFL fans! Now you catch out WSFL action on Saturday and Sunday!

The week 1 game between the Timberjacks and Mariners has been moved! The game will now be on Sunday, July 21 at 1:00PM. The location has also been changed to Magee Elementary School which is located on 3502 Glenwood Street in Two Rivers, Wisconsin.

Come out and support both teams!


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2013 ALL STAR COACHES ANNOUNCED

The WSFL has named it's All Star head coaches for the 2013 game. Joe Plautz of the Timberjacks will coach the north team and Jimmy Knowles of the Untouchables will coach the South team. The league will name the offensive and defensive coordinators for each team in the coming weeks. The 2013 All Star game will be held on Saturday, November 9.


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2013 OFF AND RUNNING

The 2013 WSFL regular season will kickoff on Saturday, July 20th. The full league schedule will be available by May 1st. The 10 game WSFL regular season will run from July 20- October 12.

The top 5 teams will make the playoffs. The 3 division winners will get a first round bye, while the next 2 best records in the league, regardless of division (4 & 5 seed), will play in a wild card game on October 19/20 that will be hosted by the higher seeded team. The league semi-finals are October 26/27 (#1 seed will host winner of 4/5 and the #2 seed will host the #3 seed). The league championship will be held on Saturday, November 2 (site and time TBD).

The league all-star game will be held on Saturday, November 9 (site and time TBD).


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2013 STARTS OF WITH A BANG - WELCOME OUR 2 NEW TEAMS

2013 is upon us and brings some exciting news for the WSFL and WSFL fans! The WSFL would like to announce the addition of 2 new teams - The Door County Destroyers and the Dodge County Braves.

Please feel free to welcome them on facebook by clicking on the WSFL facebook link located on the right of this page. Check in frequently for updates about the 2013 season and all the WSFL teams.


WSFL

2013 STARTS OF WITH A BANG - WELCOME OUR 2 NEW TEAMS

2013 is upon us and brings some exciting news for the WSFL and WSFL fans! The WSFL would like to announce the addition of 2 new teams - The Door County Destroyers and the Dodge County Braves.

Please feel free to welcome them on facebook by clicking on the WSFL facebook link located on the right of this page. Check in frequently for updates about the 2013 season and all the WSFL teams.


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SHEBOYGAN COUNTY REBELS - 2012 WSFL CHAMPIONS

The #1 seeded Sheboygan Rebels defeated the #2 M & M Timberjacks 9 - 7 to earn the WSFL 2012 Championship. The game featured 2 top notch defenses that did not disappoint.

The Rebels built a half time lead of 6-0 on two Lee Rios field goals. The Timberjacks got on the score board at the 5:27 mark in the 4th on a Mike Hanson 2yd TD run. It looked like the Timberjacks were going to win their 3rd consecutive WSFL championship until the Rebels drove down and kicked a 26yd field goal with 1:03 to go in the game. The Timberjacks started to move the ball and got down to mid field when time expired.

Congratulations to the Sheboygan County Rebels for their undefeated season and 2012 WSFL championship!


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2012 ALL STARS ANNOUNCED

Congratulations to the players voted to the 2012 WSFL All Star team. The full roster with reserves and honorable mentions may be viewed in the ALL STARS submenu located int NEWS Menu or by clicking on this link.

Come support the WSFL and your favorite All Stars as they take on the Mid States Football League All Stars. The game will be played at Memorial Field on Saturday, November 10th at 4:00PM. Click here for the address and directions ...


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2012 PLAYOFFS ROUND 1 MATCHUPS / WEEK 11 MAKE UP

Playoffs Round 1 Games:

Saturday 10/27
#3 Titans (7-3) @ #2 Timberjacks (8-2) 4 p.m. Spies Field
#4 Mariners (5-5) @ #1 Rebels (10-0) 6 p.m. Memorial Field

Week 11 make up game:
Bulldogs (0-9) @ Outlaws (1-8) 1 p.m. Oshkosh Lourdes

The seeds are set. The playoffs are among us. It is time to come out and root your team to victory! Don't miss the exciting W.S.F.L. action happening this weekend ...