Sun Prairie Races Past Wisconsin Rapids

Sun Prairie (OnFocus) – Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln went on the road to face #4 ranked Sun Prairie and saw the Cardinals come up gunning right from the onset, falling 49-21 in nonconference action.

The Cardinals opened the game with a bang, taking the opening kickoff 93 yards to the house, and their offense tacked on 3 more touchdowns in short fashion. Sun Prairie outscored Rapids 28-7 in the opening quarter and led 35-14 at halftime.

Leo Brostowitz put Rapids on the board with a 10 yard touchdown in the period. Caden Sengbusch scored from a yard out in the second quarter for Lincoln.

The Raiders’ final score came from Phillip Ross, a 1 yard touchdown in the fourth quarte.

A look at the stats showed Rapids outdueling Sun Prairie. Rapids collected 326 yards to SP’s 291. The Red Raiders controlled the clock, running 63 plays to the Cardinals’ 37 plays.

Brostowitz led all rushers with 185 yards on 23 carries.

Peter Rucker had 5 tackles to pace the Rapids’ defense.

1 2 3 4 F
Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln 7 7 0 7 21
Sun Prairie 28 7 14 0 49

Wisconsin Rapids            Sun Prairie

Total Plays 63 37
Total Yards 326 291
Passing Yards 28 213
Rushing Yards 298 78

 

Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln Stats

Passing Cp/Att Yds TD Int Lg
#12 T. Lucas 2/3 28 18
#10 C. Sengbusch 0/5 1
Rest of team 0/1
Rushing Att Yds TD Long Fum
#8 L. Brostowitz 23 185 1 21
#19 P. Ross 11 35 1 8
#12 T. Lucas 5 33 23
#1 C. Bubolz 2 19 13
#10 C. Sengbusch 6 13 1 8
#24 E. Haupt 1 8 8
#11 A. Junemann 2 5 12
Receiving Rec Yds TD Long Fum
#1 C. Bubolz 1 18 18
#8 L. Brostowitz 1 10 10
Tackles Tk Ast Sck TFL
#32 P. Rucker 5 1 1
#3 J. Schooley 2
#47 K. Christy 2 2
#24 E. Haupt 1
#6 B. Huber 1 2
#2 C. Ladick 1 1
#74 C. Akey 1 1
#55 J. Barnett 1
#41 D. Evans 1
#42 C. Christy 4
#66 G. Ashbeck 1
#88 I. Clendenning 1
Rest of team 5 2

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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]