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Champions Crowned At Camp Randall Stadium
Friday, November 22nd, 2019 -- 9:25 am
Posted by Larry Hoeser, Sports Director

Champions in Divisions 4, 5, and 6 were crowned at the 2019 State Football Championships Thursday at Camp Randall Stadium.

Catholic Memorial (12-2) won its second straight championship and its third in the past four seasons by rolling past Kiel 35-0 in the Division 4 final at Camp Randall Stadium Thursday night.
The Crusaders controlled the game from the opening kickoff. The Crusaders outgained the Raiders 474-88 in total offense in the game.

Lake Country Lutheran (13-1) erased a 13-0 first quarter deficit to upend previously undefeated Stratford in the Division 5 title game of the 2019 State Football Championship at Camp Randall Stadium Thursday evening. Max Schwabe connected on 6-of-12 passes for 68 yards and a touchdown for the Tigers. Beau Gross led the team in both rushing and receiving. He carried the ball 17 times for 69 yards and a touchdown, and he made two receptions for 37 yards.
Lake Country Lutheran wins its first State championship in its second appearance in the final. Stratford (13-1) finishes runner-up for the second straight season, completing their season in the State championship game for the ninth time.

St. Mary’s Springs (12-2) won its third straight championship by blanking Regis 7-0 in the Division 6 title tilt at Camp Randall Stadium Thursday afternoon.
The score ties the Division 6 record for the fewest points scored by two teams in a championship game. The lone score of the game came on the opening drive. The Ledgers marched the ball 80 yards on 19 plays that consumed 10:09 of the clock. Marcus Orlandoni plowed in from a yard out, and Ben Fouch added the extra point to give the Ledgers all the points they needed.
St. Mary’s Springs has now won a membership-leading nine titles. They have won the Division 6 championship seven times. They also have two titles in Division 5, including last season and in 2009. Regis (13-1) finishes runner-up in its sixth State championship game appearance.

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