2016 Wisconsin high school football playoff scores – 2nd Round

WIAA

Level 2 playoffs

Division 1

Bay Port 62 D.C. Everest 12

Stevens Point 41 Hudson 27

Kimberly 42 Appleton West 7

Fond du Lac 38 Milwaukee King 6

Middleton 22 Madison La Follette 17

Badger 22 Verona 14

Franklin 31 Oak Creek 28

Marquette 31 Racine Horlick 15

Division 2

Menomonie 31 Green Bay Southwest 13

Pulaski 56 Holmen 49

Brookfield Central 28 Hartford 7

Brookfield East 27 Menomonee Falls 3

Monona Grove 45 Waunakee 20

Waukesha West 49 Watertown 14

Homestead 31 Germantown 7

Whitefish Bay 48 Greenfield 31

Division 3

Green Bay Notre Dame 35 Antigo 0

Luxemburg-Casco 28 West De Pere 7

Kewaskum 14 Plymouth 6

Rice Lake 27 La Crosse Logan 23

New Richmond 55 Onalaska 29

Monroe 41 Fort Atkinson 40 (OT)

Pewaukee 28 Delavan-Darien 7 (OT)

Catholic Memorial 30 Wisconsin Lutheran 24

Division 4

Little Chute 34 Wrightstown 28 (2 OT)

Freedom 35 Berlin 21

Kiel 10 Sheboygan Falls 7

Two Rivers 44 Milwaukee University School 7

St. Croix Central 21 Osceola 14

Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 34 West Salem 13

River Valley 33 Lodi 7

Lake Mills 44 Platteville 26

Division 5

Durand 21 Stratford 7

Amherst 42 Spencer/Columbus Catholic 14

Winnebago Lutheran 10 Southern Door 7

Lancaster 34 Laconia 21

Cedar Grove-Belgium 43 Racine St. Catherine’s 40

Stanley-Boyd 39 Elk Mound 0

Columbus 44 Kenosha St. Joseph 16

Clinton 14 Arcadia 7

Lancaster 34 Laconia 21

Division 6

Grantsburg 27 Spring Valley 13

Regis 35 Chetek-Weyerhaeuser 29

Coleman 36 Niagara/Goodman/Pembine 14

Abbotsford 54 Marathon 39

Darlington 56 Fennimore 6

Pecatonica/Argyle 41 Markesan 8

St. Mary’s Springs 31 Lake Country Lutheran 12

Ozaukee 17 Iola-Scandinavia 0

Division 7

Edgar 50 Wild Rose 7

Loyal 9 Owen-Withee 0

Hilbert-Stockbridge 25 Royall 8

Cambria-Friesland 36 Oshkosh Lourdes Academy 0

Highland 49 Ithaca 13

Shullsburg 13 Black Hawk 12

Bangor 22 De Soto 0

Pepin/Alma 35 Eleva-Strum 34 (OT)

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