With their wins this week, three teams–SPASH, CMH, DSHA–have punched their tickets to the state semi-finals to be held 10/18-10/19. Of those teams, only CMH has clinched home field advantage for the first round of the playoffs. SPASH will have to wait for the outcome of the Week 5 match-ups to determine if they will be heading to Kettle Moraine or DSHA for the first round. Hamilton’s win over Pulaski give them an outside chance of sneaking into the state semi-finals, but that depends on the outcome of the Week 5 Pulaski-Kettle Moraine game, the two other teams looking to claim the last spot in the semi-finals.


Oak Creek @ Kettle Moraine 0-27
Kettle Moraine lent players to Oak Creek, so the game was ruled a forfeit.

Bruisers @ CMH 0-27
The Bruisers enacted the mercy rule.

Pulaski @ Hamilton 17-31
Hamilton’s win prevented them from finishing the regular season in what would have been their first losing record in team history.

Stevens Point earned their first victory against the DSHA JV 15s in team history.

Green Bay Banshees @ SPASH JV (exhibition)
Green Bay was playing in their first game as a high school team.

Madison/Oshkosh @ Hamilton JV (exhibition) 30-20
Madison/Oshkosh used their bye week to get some more rugby action.


  • A win by DSHA will give them home field advantage heading into the playoffs.
  • A win by Kettle Moraine will earn them the last remaining spot in the semi-finals. A win with a bonus point by Pulaski will create a three-way tie for the last spot that will be determined by bonus points or scoring differential.
  • The result of the Brusiers/DSHA JV game will determine which of those teams gets home field advantage in the consolation bracket.


10/12 DSHA JV @ Bruisers 9:30am
10/12 CMH @ Madison/Oshkosh 10:00am
10/12 Oak Creek @ DSHA 10:45am
10/12 Pulaski @ Kettle Moraine Noon
10/12 Warsaw, IN @ SPASH (exhibition)