SPORTSCENE 13: Glenwood City, Somerset win; Regis falls short at State Football Championships

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Somerset beats Walworth 35-33, wins Div. 4 title

MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Senior quarterback Tyler Ledbetter scored on a five-yard run in overtime and watched the Somerset defense spoil Walworth Big Foot's two-point conversion to earn a 35-33 overtime victory over Walworth Big Foot in the WIAA Division 4 championship Thursday night at Camp Randall.

Senior Vernon Breault rushed for 184 yards for Somerset (12-1), which rebounded from a second-place finish in the Middle Border Conference to claim the school's second state championship a year after losing by two in double overtime.


MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Fond Du Lac St. Mary's Springs senior quarterback Evan Henderson threw for two touchdowns and rushed for another as the Ledgers beat Eau Claire Regis, 24-14, to win the WIAA Division 6 championship at Camp Randall.

Henderson completed 14 of 17 passes for 144 yards and no interceptions. The Ledgers (13-0) won their second straight state championship and fourth overall.

The Ledgers held all 13 opponents this season to 14 points or fewer. On Thursday they limited the Ramblers (12-1) to minus 9 passing yards. The previous all-division record was held by Spring Valley, which yielded minus 6 passing yards to Highland in 2000.

Regis was playing in its first state title game since 2009. Its defense had five shutouts this season but couldn't stop a balanced Ledgers offense.

MADISON, Wis. (WEAU) - Regis fell short in a battle of undefeated teams in the WIAA Division 6 State Football Championship.

On Thursday afternoon, defending champion St. Mary's Springs defeated the Ramblers 24-14.

St. Mary's Springs put the first touchdown of the game on the board in the first quarter, and lead by 10 at halftime.

We'll have highlights and reaction tonight on WEAU 13 News.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Junior tailback Isaac Tuttle rushed for 195 yards and scored two of his four rushing touchdowns in the third quarter, as Glenwood City exploded in the second half to upend previously unbeaten Potosi, 46-21, to win the WIAA Division 7 championship Thursday at Camp Randall.

Trailing 14-12 at halftime, the Hilltoppers (11-2) scored on all three third-quarter drives, rushing for touchdowns of 35, 20 and 36. For the quarter, Glenwood City outgained Potosi (12-1) 174-26 and 500-273 for the game.

It was Glenwood City's third state championship in three appearances, but its first since winning in Division 5 in 1997.

Potosi advanced to state for the first time averaging 42 points a game. Against Glenwood City, the Chieftains were held to their second-lowest point total of the year.
MADISON, Wis. (WEAU) - The first area team to take the field at Camp Randall for the 2012 WIAA state football championships has won a gold ball.

On Thursday, Glenwood City defeated Potosi 46-21.

The Hilltoppers took an early lead on a short touchdown run from Adam Holmquist in the first quarter. Potosi fought back, and took a 14-6 lead in the second quarter. Then Glenwood City went on a tear, scoring 28 unanswered points.

Other games involving local teams are going on throughout the afternoon:

D6: Regis (12-0) vs. St. Mary's Springs (12-0) at 1 p.m.
D4: Somerset (11-1) vs. Big Foot (12-0) -- 7 p.m.

We'll have highlights and reaction tonight on WEAU 13 News.

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