Kettle Moraine scored a timely final try that earned them a bonus point in a loss to Pulaski. That bonus point advanced them to the state semi-finals despite Pulaski’s hard fought win. DHSA JV was able to secure home field advantage for the first round of the playoffs with a convincing win at home against the Bruisers. Meanwhile, SPASH celebrated homecoming by taking on some out-of-state competition during their bye week.

DSHA JV @ Bruisers 31-19
Bruisers showed an improved defense in the loss as they fell to DSHA JV, 47-19, last season.

CMH @ Madison/Oshkosh 27-0
Madison/Oshkosh combined with players from Lane Tech, IL.

Oak Creek @ DSHA 0-27
Oak Creek forfeited due to low numbers.

Pulaski @ Kettle Moraine 30-22
These teams kept it close last season with Kettle Moraine coming out on top 39-38 in 2018.

Warsaw, IN @ SPASH (exhibition) 20-20
Stevens Point used their bye week to play some out of state competition.

  • Both DSHA games were delayed until Monday 10/15 due to poor field conditions on Saturday.
  • Based on the final standings Oak Creek and Madison/Oshkosh will have a bye during the first week of the playoffs.


10/18 Kettle Moraine @ CMH 4:30pm
10/19 Bruisers @ Hamilton 10:00am
10/19 SPASH @ DSHA 11:00am
10/19 Pulaski @ DSHA JV 12:30pm