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Manawa defeats Pardeeville

Wiesner leads the Wolves to a win

By Holly Neumann

Manawa quarterback Mason Wiesner ran the ball for four touchdowns and threw for two more to lead the Wolves to a 55-28 win over the Pardeeville Bulldogs in the first round on regional football on Oct. 25.

Wiesner scored first on a 7-yard run putting the Wolves up 7-0.

In the second quarter, Wiesner once again found the end-zone on two separate runs and connected with Brett Zielke on a 7-yard pass giving Manawa a 28-0 lead at the half.

Pardeeville came out strong in the third quarter when Ty Westbury returned the kickoff 78 yards. The extra point failed, bringing the score to 28-6.

Manawa answered with a touchdown of their own, on a 45-yard run by Wiesner. He also kicked the extra point, giving them a 35-6 lead.

Wiesner later connected with Riley Krenke to widen the gap to 41-6.

The Bulldogs were still putting up a fight, when quarterback Peter Freye connected with Westbury for a touchdown, bringing the score to 41-14.

Manawa’s Jackson Jaeger made the final score in the third quarter on a 60-yard run, giving the Wolves a 48-14 lead in the game.

During the fourth quarter Devin Seth scored for Pardeeville on a short run, bringing the score to 48-20.

Jackson Jaeger later intercepted on Bulldog pass and ran the ball back 53 yards for a Wolves touchdown. Wiesner kicked the extra point and Manawa was up 55-20.

Pardeeville’s Freye connected with Westbury for the final score of the game.

With the win, Manawa advances to level 2 of the playoffs and will host the Coleman Cougars on Nov. 1.

SP-MA-FB6-191025 SP-MA-FB1-191025 SP-MA-FB2-191025 Manawa's Andrew Elmhorst stops Pardeeville's Devin Seth.
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Deion Stroud brings the ball up the field for Manawa for a short gain during the first round of regional football on Oct. 25. Holly Neumann Photo


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