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Dennis Schutz played just a half worth of football in Friday's WIAA Division 4 Level 1 playoff contest. But in just one half Schutz did as much as running backs do in a single game if at all ever. In a record performance for one half Schutz rushed for 275 yards on 16 carries and scored five touchdowns in a 51-0 Ellsworth romp. EHS all but ended the game in the second quarter scoring 26 points for 39-0 halftime advantage.
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Ellsworth's star running back Dennis Schutz said after last week's win over Prescott that's the Panthers perfect regular season wasn't something that would be reflected on until after the season is over with. "It's a humbling feeling to be sure," Schbutz said. "But I don't think it will sink in until after the season. We want to keep going 1-0 each week until it's over with." Brett Bielema's old mantra of being 1-0 each week is a good rule of thumb for playoffs teams, especially for Pierce County's three playoff squad as the postseason begins tonight. 9-0 Ellsworth has the No.
Prescott, Plum City and Spring Valley's prep volleyball teams were all beaten Thursday night in WIAA regional semifinal matches brining their respective seasons to a conclusion. Prescott played a close match with top-seeded Osceola at Osceola in Division 2. After dropping games one and two 20-25 and 23-25, the Cardinals came back to win the third game 25-23. But they were unable to pull out a close game four, losing 24-26. Spring Valley lost game one of their Division 3 semi at Arcadia 11-25.
Prescott High School head volleyball coach Patti Tulip hopes the Cardinals' rematch with Osceola in tonight's WIAA Division 2 regional seminfal will be different, if nothing else but the final outcome. The Chieftains beat PHS 3-1 at Prescott in late September on their way to the Middle Border Conference championship. Prescott won the first game but lost a close second game and then were beaten soundly in games three and four. "We were pretty spent emotionally at the time and in the match itself after game two," Tulip said.
The Spring Valley and Plum City prep volleyball teams both advanced to the semifinals of their respective regional tournaments Tuesday. Both teams won in three games and both won at home. Spring Valley, seeded sixth in its Division 3 half-sectional bracket, took down the No. 11 seed Augusta 25-9, 25-21, 25-18. Plum City, seeded No. 4 in its Division 4 regional tournament, down thed No. 5 seed Eleva-Strum 25-11, 25-23, 25-17. Valley, 27-14 overall, moves on to play No. 3 Arcadia Thursday evening in the semifinals while Plum City, 14-16 overall, is at No.
Now that the Affordable Care Act is here, a new poll shows that more half of Wisconsinites support it. The Wisconsin Public Radio-Saint Norbert College survey shows that 54-percent favor Obama-care -- up from 46-percent a year ago, and 41-percent back in 2010. Four-hundred eligible voters were polled by phone between October 9th and Monday, when there was lots of publicity about problems with the Web site for the federal government's purchasing exchange -- and how most people couldn't buy coverage due to all the glitches. Two-of-every-three uninsured pe