Abbotsford Football Explodes Past Iola-Scandinavia

The Abbotsford Falcons used big plays in the running game to spark a surge past Iola-Scandinavia in nonconference football, winning 63-27.

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I-Scan opened the scoring with a Parker Gullixson to Ryan Kampert 28 yard touchdown on the first possession of the game.

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Abbotsford then scored on 1 play drives, with freshman Christian Fuentes exploding for a 60 yard run and junior quarterback JV Castillo scoring on a 90 yard gallop. Irvin Aguilera-Lozoya’s 3 yard touchdown gave Abby a 19-7 first quarter lead.

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Fuentes rushed 13 times for 373 yards and collected five touchdowns for Abbotsford.

I-Scan came back on a Gullixson to Jackson Fredy 15 yard scoring strike just two minutes into the second quarter.

Gullixson collected 151 yards on 26 carries and two touchdowns to lead I-Scan.

Fuentes then added another pair of long touchdown runs, gains of 64 and 93 yards.

Gullixson and Fuentes added a touchdown for their teams before the half, and the Falcons led 42-21.

Following the intermission, the Falcons added touchdown runs from Castillo(62 yards), Jacob Hirsch(34 yards) and Fuentes(85 yards.)

2022 OnFocus Week 4 High School Football Scoreboard: scores, game recaps

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Notes:

  • Prior to the game,  a special fundraising concessions event, Fish Fry Friday, was held to help promote awareness of and raise funds for the Abbotsford Athletic Facilities Upgrade.  The next fundraising event will be held September 23, when Abbotsford hosts Edgar.  Taco Friday Night – Street Tacos and Quesadillas, mark your calendar!
  • Sponsors for Abbotsford’s Fish Fry Night include:
    • Robin Beran
    • Abby County Market
    • Brodhagen Companies
    • The Decker Families
    • Fricin’ A Bar and Grill
    • Forward Bank
    • Frankie Soto
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes hosted ‘Milk for Athletes’, supplying chocolate milk for the teams and coaches following the game.
    • Sponsors included:
      • Maple Ridge Dairy
      • A&B Process Systems
      • Zion Lutheran Church – Stratford
      • Cropping Central LLC
      • Resource Recovery
      • Stratford Family Foods
      • Mill Church
      • Hewitt Meats
      • Mid-Wisconsin Concrete and Excavating
      • Meyer Manufacturing

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David Keech
Author: David Keech

David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]