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Templeton Bulldogs Football Teams Go 2-1-1 Last Week

Highlight of the week was the Seventh Grade White team's defeat of Waukesha North team, 42-0.

The Templeton Bulldogs football squad went 2-1-1 in action last week. Below are the results of the hard-fought games.  

7 Blue

The 7th Grade Blue team traveled to Kettle Moraine and lost 37-0. The Bulldogs will be at home Saturday against Milwaukee Marquette.

8 Blue

In the cold wet elements that Mother Nature provided the TMS Bulldogs Blue came out with their first victory against Kettle Moraine 14-8. Ryan Hubbel and Matt Otto scored for the Bulldogs. Ben Nodle had a solid game with 40 yards rushing. Beau Downs and Jordan Neuman gave the Lasers fits while on defense. Ryan Hubbel chipped in with 8 tackles of his own and Brad Purko recorded an interception.

7 White 

The 7th Grade White Football Team heated up a chilly morning by beating Waukesha North 42-0.  Scoring for the Bulldogs on offense were, Connor Paris, Wil Geels, Ty Olejnik, Justin Tremmel, and Austin Goodreau.  Jake Lex also returned an interception for a touchdown. Heading a relentless Defense was Phillip Birkenheimer, Josh Schaeffer, Logan Tennyson, Nogalski, and Sal Ciardo. 

8 White

The Bulldogs played to a 0-0 tie with Waukesha North and brings their record to 2-1-1.  The Bulldogs played well in the second half and just fell short of a scoring opportunity late in the 4th quarter.  Offensively, the Dogs JD Augustine, David Lex and Dylan Klemstein combined for 109 out of the 125 yards for total rushing yards for the game.  Joey Bolda connected with Lucas Walters for a 10 yard reception.  Defensively, the Dogs were lead by Cole Roepke with 6 solo tackles and Charanpreet Singh had an interception.  On Special Teams, Jordan Smith had 2 punts for a 30.5 average and David Lex had a kick off return for 30 yards.  The Bulldogs next game will be at home against Catholic Memorial at 12:00PM.  Come and support your Bulldogs.

This report was written and compiled by Gabe Kolesari.

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