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The rushing attack for Eau Claire Regis proved to be too much for the Kenosha Bradford Red Devils at home on Friday night. Zander Rockow and Jack Weisenberger both ran for over 100 yards in the 27-10 win.

Rockow put up both scores of the first half with touchdown runs of 37 and seven yards respectively as Eau Claire Regis went into the locker room with a 14-0 lead. Kenosha Bradford would answer as Nate Olson connected with Quinton Henry on a 47 yard touchdown with 5:03 remaining in the third quarter.

With 10:51 remaining in the game, Kenosha Bradford kicker Erick Villalobos connected from a 34 yards out to cut the lead to 14-10. Weisenberger responded with touchdowns runs of 64 and 81 to give Eau Claire Regis their final two scores of the game.

Weisenberger led the way for Eau Claire Regis with five carries for 171 yards and two touchdowns, while Rockow ran the ball for 129 yards on 14 carries.

Nate Olson led the Red Devils’ passing attack going 13-for-24 for 131 yards and one touchdown, while Keany Parks led the rushing attack with seven carries for 34 yards. Quinton Henry led all Bradford receivers with six receptions for 86 yards.

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