Football Playoffs Level 1 Scoreboard

This scoreboard is for the first round of the football playoffs, Level 1, AND additional games that have been scheduled by WIAA schools.

2020 WIAA Football Playoffs Level 1 Scoreboard
Away Score Home Score Recap
Spencer/Columbus 6 Cumberland 48 Rockets fall in Level 1 matchup


Neillsville/Granton 0 Stratford 38 Max Vanderhoof throws for 3 TD’s in Stratford’s Level 1 Win
Pittsville 0 Assumption 1 Forfeit
Stanley-Boyd 1 Colby 0 Forfeit
Marshfield 1 Menomonie 0 Forfeit
Mosinee 35 Cadott 23 Drayton Lehman has 20 catches for 188 yards and 4 touchdowns
Lake Country Lutheran 22 Amherst 32 #2 Amherst defeats #1 LCL after Level 1 opponents forfeit
Pacelli 0 Edgar 41 The Wildcats dominate in Level 1 Playoff win  
Lakeland 20 Rhinelander 27 Hodags edge Lakeland in Level 1


Mosinee 1 Wausau West 0 Forfeit
Rice Lake 20 Medford 14 Rice Lake edges Medford in Level 1 win


Arrowhead 0 Muskego 38 State’s top ranked team blows out Arrowhead
DC Everest 0 Hudson 1 Forfeit
Viroqua 32 Nekoosa 52 Ysuierdo rushes for 195 yards, 3 TD as Nekoosa wins Level 1 matchup
Hurley 6 Iola-Scandinavia 35 T-Birds cruise in Level 1 win
Shiocton 35 Rosholt 21 Shiocton outscores Rosholt
Independence/Gilmanton 0 Loyal 20 Matthew Szymanski has 37 carries for 275 yards in Loyal’s Level 1 win


Weyauwega-Fremont Assumption CANCELLED
Gilman 20 Belmont 24 Belmont comes from behind in 4th with a pair of TD’s to get Level 1 win in 8 Man Football
Greenwood 12 Three Lakes 60 Greenwood smashes Three Lakes in Level 1 Playoff win
Stanley-Boyd 13 Marshfield 29 Trevor Foemmel throws for four touchdowns as Tigers win game scheduled after each team’s Level 1 opponent forfeits
Rib Lake / Prentice 0 Athens 48 Cooper Diedrich scores with punt return, INT return, rush TD as Athens rolls

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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]