The Wisconsin football season past the halfway point, as five weeks have now been played. Our team was on site for a pair of games this week. In the first game, Milwaukee South took care of Obama SCTE on a game-winning two-point try. In the second contest, Marquette High School had their way with Wauwatosa East.

The phenomenal five performances we saw this week:


Isaiah Hudson (Obama SCTE): The Cougars may have lost, but Hudson had a great game receiving. He hauled in four passes for 109 yards to lead all players.

LaVelle Payne (Milwaukee South): Payne was a key cog in the rushing attack for the Cardinals. Though he only racked up 32 yards on the ground, he scored a touchdown and the game-winning two-point conversion.

Matt McDevitt (Marquette): The Hilltoppers’ quarterback only threw eleven passes in the victory, but it was what he did with those tosses that put him on this list. Eight completions totaled up 119 yards and three touchdowns, helping Marquette put this out of reach early.

Michael Richardson (Marquette): McDevitt’s success came in large part as a result of the play of Richardson. He caught three of those eight balls for 58 yards and two scores.

Milwaukee South Defense: The Cardinals only caught two passes on offense, but their defense topped that with three crucial interceptions. They were able to stifle the quarterback play of the Cougars and carry the team to victory.