The Pine City Dragons opened their fall football season for the third year straight against the Proctor Rails, and hoped for another 1-0 start. However, this season’s start wasn’t what the Dragons had hoped for as they fell to the Rails 24-14.
The Rails converted a couple of fourth down fake punts to help them jump out to an early lead. When it looked like the game was over, the Dragons rallied to score 14 points late in the game. However, it was too little too late and the Dragons started the season 0-1.
Jesse Logan and Eric Wicktor were on the call. You can listen to the entire game right here.
Your home for Dragons football is 1350 AM, WCMP, Pine City.
——————- Location : Grantsburg Broadcast Time : 7pm
Week 2 of our Wisconsin football broadcast schedule is already in the books! Fans in Grantsburg went home happy after the Pirates defeated the Shell Lake Lakers 47-6.
Grantsburg carried out a huge passing game early. Quarterback Lucas Willis threw for 3 Touchdown passes in the first half, while also adding a nice Touchdown run. Even back-up QB Tristan Brewer was in the mix, throwing a 69-yard Touchdown pass. Grantsburg wide reciever Brandon Ryan was the main target, scoring 3 of his team’s touchdown passes.
Grantsburg also played good defensively, not having given up any points (Shell Lake’s lone TD was an Interception return).
Grantsburg nearly pulled off a memorable victory the previous week in their opener against Cumberland, their record is now 1-1.
Josh Miggler was on the call for the game, listen to the audio replay for game highlights!
We opened our Minnesota broadcast schedule on Thursday night in Rush City as the Tigers played host to the Braham Bombers. After back-to-back winless seasons, the Tigers gained an early season boost with a 27-12 win against a re-building Bombers squad.
Rush City senior Matt Mallinger had a break-out game, having reached the century mark with over 100 yards rushing. Mallinger also scored a pair of touchdowns while grabbing an interception on the defensive side of the ball.
The last time Rush beat Braham was back in 2009, with the Bombers winning the last two meetings in blowout fashion by a combined score of 95-14. Rush City head coach Paul Kirby also received his first high-school football win.
Jesse Logan was on the call along with Nathan Stoa on color. Listen to the audio replay for radio highlights of the action!
first half continued
We regret that the second half did not record. Rush had a five- yard TD run by Johnathan Mielke and a one-yard TD run by Matt Mallinger, both in the fourth quarter.