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1. Nate White. Rufus King. Wisconsin · 2. Brent Hoppe. Turner. Central Michigan · 3. Thomas Paasch. Green Bay Southwest. Northern Illinois · 4. Blake Fletcher. Sun Prairie West 6. Sun Prairie East 6. West De Pere 4. River Falls 4. Medium Division. School.
 
 

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Montello Montello. The end of Muskego’s game winning streak doesn’t necessarily mean the end of an empire for the most dominant football program in Wisconsin over the past four years. Dom Moselle KR.

 

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1. Nate White. Rufus King. Wisconsin · 2. Brent Hoppe. Turner. Central Michigan · 3. Thomas Paasch. Green Bay Southwest. Northern Illinois · 4. Blake Fletcher. Sun Prairie West 6. Sun Prairie East 6. West De Pere 4. River Falls 4. Medium Division. School.

 
 

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Emmett Mortell. Pat Curran. Juneau Milwaukee. Art Hauser. Hartford Hartford. Champ Seibold. Swede Johnston. Evan Vogds. Fond du Lac Fond du Lac. Jerry Lunz. Jim Bakken K. West Madison. Mark Tauscher. Auburndale Auburndale. Josh Lambo.

Middleton Middleton. Pat Harder K. Tom Braatz. Ray Kuffel. Messmer Milwaukee. Jim Flanigan Jr. Southern Door Brussels. Stu Voigt. Bob Schmitz. New Holstein New Holstein. John Harrington. Reedsburg Reedsburg. Moose Gardner. Ashland Ashland. Bill Albright. Horlick Racine. Dick Campbell. Joe Kurth. Dale Hackbart. Jim Jodat. Pio Nono Milwaukee. Wayland Becker. Tom Bienemann. Kenosha Kenosha. Donald Hayes. John Dittrich.

Cudahy Cudahy. Jeff Dellenbach. East Wausau. Chuck Ortmann. East Milwaukee. Whitey Woodin. John Academy Green Bay. Rick Graf. Charlie Mathys.

Jim Temp. Aquinas LaCrosse. Paul Florence. Campion Prep Prairie du Chien. Cory Raymer. Goodrich Fond du Lac. Nick Roach. Lutheran Milwaukee. Chet Kozel. Irv Langhoff. Cowboy Wheeler. Matt Turk. Greenfield Greenfield. Casey Rabach. Sturgeon Bay Sturgeon Bay. Brad Nortman. Central Brookfield. Joe Kresky. Julie Alfonse. Cumberland Cumberland.

Shorty Barr. Chris Borland. Archbishop Alter Kettering. Dan Lanphear. Shelby Harris. Homestead Mequon. Walt Kichefski.

Len Smith. Norbert Hayes. Jug Girard P. Al Bentzin. Doug Sutherland. Superior Superior. Aaron Stecker. Ashwaubenon Ashwaubenon.

Doug Free. Lincoln Manitowoc. John Doehring. Keith Neubert. Pat Richter P. Jim Bertelsen PR. Pat O’Donahue. Regis Eau Claire. Nick Hayden. Arrowhead Arrowhead. Jack Larscheid PR. Crazylegs Hirsch KR. Crazylegs Hirsch PR. Lance Kendricks. King Milwaukee. Jerry Wunsch. West Wausau. Joe Panos. East Brookfield. Ken Huxhold. Gary Kroner K. Premontre Green Bay. Roman Brumm. Jack Larscheid KR. Dom Moselle KR. Hurley Hurley. Kimberly Kimberly.

Terry Stieve. Tiny Cahoon. Alex Erickson KR. Darlington Darlington. Arnie Herber P. Wally Dreyer KR. University Milwaukee. Johnny Strzykalski PR. Bob Fitzke. Lamar Gordon. Larry Krause KR. Greenwood Greenwood. Dick Erdlitz. Emmett Mortell P. Wally Dreyer. Tuffy Leemans PR. Dan Buenning. Bay Port Suamico. Bob Bruer.

Montello Montello. Paul Meyers. Alex Erickson PR. Jim Leonhard PR. Search Search. Week 6 Rankings. Week 5 Rankings. John Bosco California 2 No. Frances Academy Maryland 4 No. Thomas Aquinas Florida 7 No. Edward Ohio 40 No. Louis Illinois 89 No. Xavier Kentucky No. Week 4 Rankings. Updated September 19, Louisiana’s St. Edward Ohio 11 No. Augustine Louisiana NR No. Louis Illinois 90 No.

Week 3 Rankings. Louis Illinois 44 No. Week 2 Rankings. Louis Illinois 59 No. Joseph’s Prep Pennsylvania 56 No. Peter’s Prep New Jersey 61 No. Week 1 Rankings.

Updated on August 29, Overall, there are nine new teams to the Top No. Thomas Aquinas Florida 9 No. Louis Illinois 66 No. John Bosco California 8 No.

Frances Academy Maryland 12 No. Thomas Aquinas Florida 6 No. Edward Ohio 17 No. Louis Illinois No. Final Season Rankings. Thomas Aquinas Florida 4 No. John Bosco California 7 No. Frances Academy Maryland 33 No. Edward Ohio 51 No. Xavier Kentucky NR No. Joseph’s Prep Pennsylvania 9 No. About the Rankings. Related Articles View More. The Warriors certainly would have been among the favorites to win a third title in were it not for the COVID pandemic, and won all nine games they were able to play.

After the Warriors started this year, Oconomowoc’s wild win over Muskego snapped the streak , but the final chapters have yet to be written for a program that’s looking for a third straight gold ball at least, as full seasons go.

These 18 schools already have four or more titles to their name. Coaches listed are those who led the schools to state finals appearances, and values from the modified postseason are not included.

No other program even has eight state titles; since especially, there has simply been no program more dominant than Springs. The first one was a close call, a win during which Hilbert mishandled a snap on what could have been a game-winning yard kick. After finishing second in and , another title in and a runner-up finish in , the Springs train began to roll, with seven of the next nine titles.

In every other season, the Ledgers have done no worse than the state semifinals, playing mostly in Division 5 and Division 6 but also in Division 4 early in the century. With wins coming into , Bob Hyland is the state’s all-time winningest coach. In addition to registering the state’s longest winning streak ever, the Papermakers also won five straight state titles, and they did it while elevating from a Division 2 school to D1.

Its rally to shock Arrowhead, , in is considered one of the greatest state title games in Wisconsin history.

Jerry Sinz’s small-school dynasty dates to its first state title in , and it continues into the past two state playoffs, when Edgar took runner-up finishes in Division 7 in and And maybe you can beat the Wildcats, but you have to earn it; each of the school’s past three runner-up finishes have featured title games settled by one score.

The Flying Arrows won three straight state titles early in the century and five of seven titles , then went to four straight championship games from , finally winning again in the final year of that stretch. In , Lancaster rallied from a deficit against Kewaunee in the fourth quarter to prevail, , highlighted by a yard touchdown run from fullback Tyler Landon in the final minute.

In , the Flying Arrows came close again before falling in overtime to Colby in a wild battle. The Tigers recorded a state-record sixth consecutive state title in , this time over fellow powerhouse and Marawood Conference cohort Edgar by a nail-biting score.

The schools have met in the playoffs nine times, but this was the only clash that took place in the title game. Legendary coach Cal Tackes retired in , but the Tigers got back to the title game under Jason Tubbs each of the past two state playoffs. The program that became the gold standard in greater Milwaukee has enjoyed waves of success, although now it must deal with Muskego in the Classic 8 Conference.

In , Arrowhead beat Muskego for a state title, winning as time expired on Matt Stover’s yard field goal a controversial finish, too , and no, that’s not the eventual NFL kicker Matt Stover. Some of the program’s losses at state have been just as compelling, including a setback in in the third straight state final meeting against Homestead the schools split the first two games and the loss in to Kimberly that featured 21 fourth-quarter points from the Papermakers.

In , Arrowhead beat Kimberly in Level 3, and that would be the last Kimberly loss for 70 games.

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