Homestead defeats Marshfield, prepares for state title game

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The Homestead Highlander football team defeated Marshfield in the semi-final game on Nov. 9 held at Calder Stadium in Menasha with a final score was of 12-7.  The Highlanders will make the trip up to Camp Randall Stadium on Nove. 16 at 1 p.m. They will face the Brookfield Central lancers for a shot at a state title.  

“I am so excited to be able to go to state this year.  All of the seniors have done an unreal job of getting us to this point, and our team has worked so hard for this.  No matter the outcome, I’ll know we put it all out there on the field,” Luke Konik, junior, said. Konik scored the second of two touchdowns made by Homestead.

Seniors reflect on what this season has meant tas they prepare for the state title game.  

“Our relationship as a team is why we have had such a successful season.  We all love each other and just want to keep playing as a team for as long as possible,” George Lampen, senior, said.  Lampen plays defensive as an outside linebacker.

Eric Rodd, senior outside linebacker, said, It’s amazing, we are complete family that loves each other and we are all gonna keep doing our jobs to bring home the trophy.”

“I enjoyed every minute of my senior season.  There’s nothing better than being able to play with your boys.  I couldn’t have made it without my teammates and coaches. I’m just excited to have the opportunity to compete at state.  We are ready to take this week’s practice seriously, and get the job done on Friday. I’m excited to see our hard work pay off on Friday, and take the championship home,” Willie Garrison, senior, sad.   

 

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