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Junior high Owl football team loses to Wheaton

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Wheaton scored a rushing touchdown with the two point conversion being successful in the first quarter. Wheaton scored two more touchdowns in the second quarter with both two point conversions being unsuccessful giving Wheaton a 20-0 lead at halftime.

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The only score in the second half came from Wheaton scoring on a rushing touchdown giving the Warriors a 26-0 win.

Defensively Logan Kisgen one assist, Philip Schaefer led the Owls with seven solos and eight assists, Brendan Jensen five solos and six assists, Kayla Crowell one solo and five assists, Will Osterman two solos and seven assists, Collin Brown one solo and one assist. Max Feuchtenberger two assists, Justin Peterson one assist, Nathan Koehl one assist, Brandon Shaw one solo and five assists, Justin Miller one solo and three assists.

Game two came down to the wire with Wheaton winning a close game. Wheaton scored first in the first quarter on a rushing touchdown with a two point conversion successful. Wheaton scores again in the second quarter on a run with a two point conversion being no good giving the Warriors a 14-0 lead. The Owls would strike back on a 45 yard pass from Collin Brown to Philip Schaefer and the two point conversion successful on a quarterback sneak giving Wheaton a 14-8 lead at half time.

In the fourth quarter Wheaton scored on another rushing touchdown with the two point conversion being no good giving Wheaton a 20-8 lead.

Hancock then scored on a Philip Schaefer rushing touchdown with a two point conversion successful on a Cole Voorhees reception giving Wheaton a 20-14 lead with 1:51 left. The Owls attempted an onside kick and had a great chance at recovering it, but the ball ended up out of bounds giving Wheaton the ball. The Owls defense stopped the Warriors getting the ball back with 1:10. The Owls tried a pass play and the ball was intercepted by Wheaton giving Wheaton a 20-14 win.

Defensively Philip Schaefer two solos and eight assists, Brendan Jensen one solo, Cole Voorhees one solo and three assists, Kayla Crowell three solos and seven assists, Will Osterman two solos and four assists, Caleb Bitter one assist, Collin Brown two solos and six assists, Brett Kellner three assists, Jamie Mix one solo, Justin Peterson one solo, Nathan Koehl one solo and three assists, Justin Miller two solos and three assists.

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