Last week, five of the six Wisconsin verbal commits who helped lead their teams into the WIAA state playoffs remained in contention to reach Camp Randall Stadium later this month. Now, only four remain, as Marquette University's (Milwaukee) Conor Sheehy and the Hilltoppers were eliminated.
WIAA Division 1
Dominic Cizauskas, Mukwonago (Mukwonago)
Final: Mukwonago 55, Oconomwoc 21. Another big game for #Badgers commit Dominic Cizauskas.— Benjamin Worgull (@TheBadgerNation) November 9, 2013
A huge game indeed for Cizauskas, who scored three touchdowns on the ground in four rushing attempts, going for 87 yards. Per a Mukwonago student, he also forced a fumble on defense that led to another score as well:
Huge S/O to the fans for turnin up tonight. you guys rock! Best Fans in the state #TurnUp!!!— DommyDom (@DomCiz) November 9, 2013
No. 5 Mukwonago plays No. 1 Franklin at Kettle Moraine High School Friday night.
George Panos and Billy Hirschfeld, Arrowhead (Hartland)
No. 1 seed Arrowhead defeated No. 2 seed Germantown Friday night, 36-3, in the Group B bracket. Panos and Hirschfeld continue to light Arrowhead's path to Camp Randall, as they held Germantown to only 277 total offensive yards in the blowout. Next up for the much-heralded high school is No 1 seed Hudson (Group A) in Stevens Point Friday evening for a chance to play against either Mukwonago or Franklin at Camp Randall next week.
FINAL. Arrowhead 36, Germantown 3. George Panos and Billy Hirschfeld's team look dominant in D1 #Badgers— Benjamin Worgull (@TheBadgerNation) November 9, 2013
Conor Sheehy, Marquette University (Milwaukee)
It was the end of the road for the No. 2 seed Hilltoppers, as they fell to the top-ranked Sabers of Franklin, 41-13, last Friday night in the Group D bracket. Marquette actually led 13-7 late in the second quarter, but Franklin scored 34 unanswered points to advance to the state semifinals. Sheehy and company end their season with a 9-3 record.
WIAA Division 3
Jaden Gault, Monona Grove (Monona)
The ESPN150 athlete and his Silver Eagles came back to defeat defending Division 3 champion Waukesha Catholic Memorial, 20-17.
HUGE comeback win for #Badgers commit Jaden Gault/Monona Grove, winning 20-17 after trailing 17-6 over '12 D3 state champ Cathlic Memorial— Benjamin Worgull (@TheBadgerNation) November 9, 2013
Unreal comeback... Simply unreal. Without real-ness... Your final Monona Grove 20 Catholic Memorial 17— Tyler Zavadsky (@TylerZonESPN) November 9, 2013
The Silver Eagles move on to play La Crosse Logan Friday night with a chance to go to Camp Randall in the state finals.
12-0. Level four. LOVE MY TEAM.— Jaden Gault (@77JadenGault77) November 9, 2013