2015 Wisconsin high school football playoff scores – Opening Round

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Division 1
First Round

Appleton North 48, Appleton West 7
Arrowhead 10, Verona Area 3
Eau Claire Memorial 29, Bay Port 0
Fond du Lac 62, Milwaukee Vincent 0
Franklin 68, Milwaukee Bradley Tech/Carmen South 0
Kimberly 38, Green Bay Preble 14
Madison Memorial 21, Madison La Follette 13
Marquette University 39, Milwaukee Morse-Marshall/Juneau/Lang/Carmen NW 8
Milwaukee King 40, Milwaukee Washington/Science/Collegiate 14
Muskego 35, Janesville Parker 8
Neenah 35, Milwaukee Riverside University 0
Oak Creek 55, Milwaukee Hamilton 6
Oconomowoc 35, Madison East 21
Racine Horlick 22, Kenosha Indian Trail 7
Stevens Point 24, D.C. Everest 13
Sun Prairie 30, Middleton 23

Division 2
First Round

Badger 35, Watertown 9
Brookfield Central 13, Oshkosh North 0
Brookfield East 41, Whitefish Bay 27
Cedarburg 8, Slinger 0
Chippewa Falls 28, Superior 6
De Pere 24, Green Bay Southwest 22
DeForest 48, Holmen 6
Homestead 36, Germantown 6
Menasha 38, Hortonville 15
Oregon 14, Milton 7
Union Grove 27, Greenfield 6
Waterford 28, Wauwatosa West 0
Waukesha West 79, Milw. Bay View 0
Waunakee 35, Tomah 0
Wilmot Union 39, Greendale 6

Division 3
First Round

Catholic Memorial 44, Cudahy 0
Evansville/Albany 14, Pewaukee 0
Kewaskum 44, Delavan-Darien 14
La Crosse Logan 36, Edgewood 6
Luxemburg-Casco 28, Seymour 14
Medford Area 29, Merrill 27
Monona Grove 31, Jefferson 0
Mosinee 21, Antigo 0
Mount Horeb/Barneveld 42, West Salem 7
New Berlin Eisenhower 7, Wisconsin Lutheran 6
New Richmond 38, Hayward 6
Notre Dame 49, West De Pere 13
Reedsburg Area 48, Onalaska 13
Rice Lake 26, Waupaca 10
Whitnall 21, Saint Francis 19
Xavier 28, Plymouth 0

Division 4
First Round

Berlin 34, Mauston 6
Big Foot 7, East Troy 6
Fox Valley Lutheran 20, Sheboygan Falls 14
Freedom 49, Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 8
Kiel 19, Little Chute 7
Lodi 45, Platteville 13
Northwestern 25, Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 12
Omro 34, Nekoosa 6
Osceola 41, Altoona 0
River Valley 42, Brodhead/Juda 7
Saint Croix Central 35, Somerset 14
Tomahawk 19, Black River Falls 0
Columbus 24, Beloit Turner 9
Wautoma 48, Montello/Princeton/Green Lake 12
Winneconne 22, Adams-Friendship 7
Wrightstown 62, Two Rivers 6

Division 5
First Round

Amherst 49, New Holstein 12
Arcadia 55, Ladysmith 0
Bloomer 20, Elk Mound 6
Bonduel 34, Kewaunee 14
Cedar Grove-Belgium 38, University School of Milwaukee 0
Durand 40, St. Croix Falls 8
Marshall 24, Clinton 22
Racine St. Catherine’s 7, Kenosha Saint Joseph Catholic Academy 0, OT
Shoreland Lutheran 37, Brookfield Academy 0
Southern Door 42, Oostburg 7
Spencer/Columbus Catholic 38, New Glarus/Monticello 0
Stanley-Boyd 42, Cameron 0
Stratford 40, Colby 0
Waterloo 25, Prairie du Chien 19
Westby 39, Lancaster 6
Winnebago Lutheran Academy 17, Peshtigo 7

Division 6
First Round

Abbotsford 30, Mondovi 28
Brookwood 33, Markesan 0
Cambridge 14, Cuba City 7
Darlington 42, Pardeeville 0
Edgar 22, Northern Elite 0
Grantsburg 27, Elmwood/Plum City 0
Iola-Scandinavia 35, Crivitz 7
Iowa-Grant 36, Whitehall 13
Lake Country Lutheran 21, Ozaukee 14
Marathon 41, Crandon 0
Melrose-Mindoro 40, Cochrane-Fountain City 0
Mineral Point 41, Dodgeland 40
Pecatonica/Argyle 44, Kickapoo/LaFarge 0
Regis 43, Chetek-Weyerhaeuser 28
St. Marys Springs 41, Shiocton 6
Unity 28, Fall Creek 6

Division 7
First Round

Almond-Bancroft 42, Port Edwards 0
Athens 17, Assumption 14
Bangor 60, Weston 0
Cambria-Friesland 44, Rio 0
Catholic Central 49, Black Hawk 22
Clayton 33, Owen-Withee 22
Coleman 34, Loyal 6
Highland 28, Wild Rose 26
Hilbert/Stockbridge 28, Gillett 14
Hillsboro 22, De Soto 15
Ithaca 32, Cashton 7
Pepin/Alma 53, Flambeau 8
Potosi 46, Johnson Creek 7
Spring Valley 50, McDonell Central 20

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