High School Sports

South dominates WFCA All-Star Game again

North wins Small Schools Game for first time

OSHKOSH - In the WFCA All-Star Games Saturday in Oshkosh, the South continued their dominance over the North in the big schools game, winning 47-19. The North was able to eek out a 20-19 win in the small schools game. 

The big schools from the South had shutout the North for two games in a row. That shutout streak ended Saturday on the game's first play as South quarterback Tarek Yaeggi sailed a pass into the hands of Austin Feuerhelm

In the small schools game, the South jumped out to a 6-0 lead in explosive fashion. On a flea flicker, Aaron Kaiser hooked up with Chris Madden for a 79 yard touchdown. The North went on to score 20 unanswered points. The South had a chance to tie it late, but missed an extra point and lost 20-19.

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