Gibraltar’s eight-player football team scored seven touchdowns Sept. 16, and Brady Kita had a hand in all of them.
Kita rushed for four scores, threw two touchdown passes and also recorded a touchdown reception in the Vikings’ 50-12 Peninsula Conference home victory over the Wausaukee Rangers.
Kita, who ran for 186 yards on seven carries, recorded rushing touchdowns of 56, 55, 53 and 11 yards.
He completed six of seven passes for 129 yard, with the two scoring strikes going to Braden Sitte and William Lecy for 46 and 30 yards, respectively.
Sitte, who caught six passes for 70 yards, also threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Kita.
On defense for the Vikings, Giuseppe Mercier and Marshall Maltby recorded double digits in tackles – 12.5 and 10, respectively – with Mercier credited for 2.5 of the team’s four quarterback sacks.
Gibraltar, which led 43-0 at halftime, outgained the Rangers in total offense, 433-109.
The Vikings, who remain undefeated on the season at 4-0 overall and 3-0 in conference play, return to action Sept. 23 with a home game against Gillett.
Pioneers Record 18-0 Road Victory
Sevastopol stayed a game behind Gibraltar in the Peninsula Conference standings Sept. 16 with an 18-0 road victory over Oneida Nation/NEW Lutheran.
The Pioneers’ three scoring plays included a 34-yard touchdown pass from Frankie de Young to Michael Wautlet, Cesar Sandoval returning an interception 95 yards for a touchdown and Atlee Manson rushing 57 yards for a touchdown.
de Young completed four of 11 passes for 88 yards, Manson had six carries for 63 yards and Wautlet had two receptions for 36 yards.
On defense for Sevastopol, Alex Andreae recorded 14 tackles with a sack and four tackles for losses. Ben Roman added 12 tackles with a sack and three tackles for losses.
Up next for the Pioneers (2-2, 2-1) is a road game Sept. 23 at Wausaukee.
Eagles Run Over Marinette
Southern Door remained undefeated in 11-player football Sept. 16 when the Eagles won 34-6 at Marinette.
Of the Eagles’ 308 rushing yards, Zack Lynch accounted for 269 of them on 18 carries with four touchdown runs of 15, 7, 10 and 59 yards.
Southern Door quarterback Drew Daoust ran in the other touchdown from a yard away.
Daoust completed eight of 17 passes for 90 yards.
The Eagles, who improved to 5-0 overall and 3-0 in the Packerland Conference, next have a home conference game Sept. 23 against the Peshtigo Bulldogs.
Clippers Muzzle Bulldogs
Sturgeon Bay stayed within a game of Southern Door in the Packerland Conference standings Sept. 16 when the Clippers won 40-14 at Peshtigo.
Five of Sturgeon Bay’s touchdowns came through the air, with quarterback Danny Lodl completing 15 of 21 passes for 360 yards.
The Clippers (3-2, 2-1) play their final conference road game of the season Sept. 23 at Oconto.
PENINSULA CONFERENCE STANDINGS
Lena-St. Thomas Aquinas 3-0
Oneida-NEW Lutheran 0-3
PACKERLAND CONFERENCE STANDINGS
Southern Door 3-0
Sturgeon Bay 2-1