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Mukwonago’s overpowering offense lit up the scoreboard to topple Wales Kettle Moraine 40-16 in Wisconsin high school football on September 3.

In recent action on August 20, Mukwonago faced off against Sussex Hamilton and Wales Kettle Moraine took on Wilmot on August 20 at Wales Kettle Moraine High School. We covered the game. For a full recap, click here.

The Indians’ control showed as they carried a 26-10 lead into the fourth quarter.

Mukwonago’s offense jumped to a 24-10 lead over Wales Kettle Moraine at halftime.

Mukwonago drew first blood by forging a 14-10 margin over Wales Kettle Moraine after the first quarter.


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