Operation Football: Week 3 highlights

Operation Football: Week 3 highlights


CHEERLEADERS AND YOU’RE WATCHING
WEEK THREE OF OPERATION
FOOTBALL. STEPHANIE: THANK YOU, ARROWHEAD
CHEERLEADERS. WE’LL GET TO YOUR GAME IN A
MOMENT. BUT FIRST, WELCOME TO WEEK THREE
OF OPERATION FOOTBALLL. 12 SPORTS STEPHEN WATSON IS HERE
WITH OUR GAME OF THE WEEK. STEPHEN: WHAT A BEAUTIFUL NIGHT
FOR FOOTBALL. TWO OF THE TOP 12 TEAMS IN OUR
OPERATION FOOTBALL POLL,
GRAFTON TRAVELING TO HOMESTEAD
KICKS THINGS OFF. THE HIGHLANDERS LOOKING FOR
THEIR 17TH STRAIGHT WIN DATING
BACK TO LAST SEASON. GRAFTON DELIVERS THE FIRST BLOW,
A SPECIAL DELIVERY FROM ZACH
WEIR TO DOMINIC VOILAND FOR A 91
-YARDS TO THE HOUSE. THE JUNIOR RACKED UP OVER 130
YARDS IN THE FIRST TWO
POSSESSIONS FOR THE BLACKHAWKS,
BUT NEVER DOUBT A DAVE KEEL’S
HIGHLANDERS, JUST A FACTORY OF
TALENT. IAN SHEEHY OVER THE MIDDLE TO
RILEY TAYLOR TIES THE GAME, THEN
BEFORE THE HALF, JJ COVILL
SHOWING OFF HIS BOUNCE, WOOP. TO THE OUTSIDE AND HE DANCES IN,
HOMESTEAD WINS A SHOOTOUT 42-35
TO STAY UNBEATEN. STEPHANIE: AND WAUKESHA, TRYING
TO COOL OFF BRETT HOTNESS KEEGO
TONIGHT. FOURTH QUARTER, BIG RUN. THE WOLVERINES TRIED TO TACKLE
HIM, AND THEY HAD A HARD TIME
DOING IT. A 30-YARD GAIN SETS UP
THIS. A BOOTLEG LEFT FOR THE TOUCHDOWN
BY THE SENIOR. THE DEFENDING CHAMPIONS WAS
31-10. — WIN 31-10. STEPHEN: WISN FAN FAVORITE JOE
BAKKEN AND THE WHITEFISH BAY
CHEERLEADERS ALL SMILES TONIGHT
.
THE BLUE DUKES LOOKING LIKE THE
PACKERS DEFENSE FROM LAST NIGHT, JAYDEN JACKSON SAYS THANK YOU
VERY MUCH. HE’S HEADED THE OTHER WAY FOR AN
81-YARD PICK SIX, GET THAT MAN A
BREATHER. LATER IN THE SECOND HALF, BRYAN
BURROWS ON THE FUN END OF THE
OVERTHROWN PAST. HE FINDS THE SAME PATH AS
JACKSON AND HE GONE. THE DUKIES DEFENSE CARRIES THEM
TO A 3-0 START, ALL THREE WINS
COMING IN THE NORTH SHORE, THEY
WIN 35-21. STEPHANIE: LET’S SEE WHAT’S
COOKING IN HARTLAND TONIGHT. ARROWHEAD HOSTING BROOKFIELD
EAST IN NON-CONFERENCE BATTLE. FIRST QUARTER. SPARTANS SENIOR RUNNING DONOVAN
HUNT GETS THE HANDOFF TAKES IT
TO THE OUTSIDE, AND PUTS IT INTO
FIFTH GEAR. HE RUMBLES 80 YARDS FOR THE
TOUCHDOWN FOR THE SCORE, RIGHT
BY OUR PHOTOJOURNALIST RYAN
CASPER AND INTERN CHRIS REISNER. EAST UP 7-0. AND THEY ADD TO THEIR LEAD LATER
IN THE FIRST QUARTER. A DOUBLE FUMBLE. SPARTANS QUARTERBACK SAM MCGATH
FUMBLES. ARROWHEAD RECOVERS. THEY FUMBLE AND THEN DONAVN HUNT
RECOVERS IT IN THE ENDZONE FOR
HIS SECOND TOUCHDOWN OF THE
NIGHT. BROOKFIELD EAST EDGES ARROHWEAD
24-21. STEPHEN: NEXT UP, A SHOWDOWN IN
NEW BERLIN. GREENDALE HEADED TO THE LIONS
DEN. HE KEEPS IT ON A WILDCAT AND
GIVES THE PANTHERS THE LEAD. SECOND HALF, ON THE OPTION REA
D, AND LESS HIS QUICK FEET DO
THE REST. THE DEFENSE STEPS UP IN THE
FINAL MINUTES, 21-13. STEPHANIE: FINALLY, LAST NIGHT
OUT IN WAUKESHA, A SHOWDOWN
BETWEEN TWO POWERHOUSE TEAMS
, MUKWONAGO AND CATHOLIC
MEMORIAL. TWO SECONDS BEFORE THE HALF. CRUSADERS DOWN BY SEVEN. HOW ABOUT A 40-YARD HOOK AND
LADDER WITH LUKE FOX AND THE
OFFENSE. THE LATTERAL TO JOE SIKMA WHO
TAKES IT IN FOR SIX. GAME TIED AT 14-14 AT THE HALF. IN THE THROWS A DART TO DANIEL
THIRD QUARTER, FOX THROWS A DART
TO DANIEL FYNAARDT. THE GO AHEAD TOUCHDOWN. THE FIGHTING DAN NEEDLES REMAIN
UNBEATEN ON THE SEASON. MEMORIAL GO ON TO BEAT MUKWO

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