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Denmark @ Wrightstown
Friday, Aug. 30, 2019

Both high school administrators and communities of Denmark and Wrightstown should be proud for the way these young men and coaches carried themselves during game. Prior to kick-off and throughout a highly competitive game, the coaches and players addressed our crew with class and manners of the highest standards we have ever seen! This game demonstrated first class leadership by the coaching staffs of Denmark and Wrightstown, carried down through every player and made us appreciate why we officiate to begin with. Our crew would like to tip our hats to both programs especially Coach Neuman and Coach Klister for their professionalism, words of encouragement to their players, and for being a positive role model for their respective programs and communities.

Reporting Official:  Rhoderick Fields

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Plymouth @ Sheboygan Falls
Friday, Aug. 30, 2019

This was a close game with a lot of aggressiveness and hard hitting, but no dirty play or trash talking from either team. All the players and coaches treated us with respect and made it a pleasure to officiate this game. These were two very good teams and we wish them the best the rest of this season!

Reporting Official:  Steve Kiel

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Fox Valley Lutheran @ Denmark
Friday, Aug. 23, 2019

Both teams are to be commended for the show of sportsmanship throughout the game. Every individual involved, both players and coaches, are to be proud of how they performed during this game. Denmark coaching staff was exceptional to work with and their players were excellent to work with on the field. The Fox Valley coaching staff dealt with the one issue we had during the game and all players were great to work with. Best of luck to these two programs going forward this season.

Reporting Official: Robert Fletcher

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Jefferson @ Big Foot
Aug. 23, 2019

Wonderful sportsmanship from both teams, and both sidelines were very professional. We had good feedback from either sideline if there was an issue. Its amazing how much fun it is when things go smoothly. I noticed players helping each other up after a play, usually with a pat on the back. Kids competed but respected each other. This was a great experience. The other noteworthy thing was the game was played at a neutral site because of the Big Foot's field was not yet finished as they were putting a new turf down. The host school was very accommodating (Delavan-Darian), It was a pretty good way to start out the season. Congratulations to both teams.

Reporting Official:  Mike Greaney

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Seneca/Wauzeka-Steuben @ Highland
Aug. 23, 2019

What a great display of sportsmanship by both teams, as S-WS players and Highland players both were helping each other up off the field at the end of plays. There was no trach talking, only positive words of encouragement to each other. The coaches coached, the players played, and the fans cheered. Our crew never heard a complaint about any calls that were made. There was never any questioning of what took place when penalties were called, by players, coaches, or the fans. Truly a great night of what high school sports are all about. The communities of Seneca, Wauzeka, Steuben, and Highland can be proud of their coaches, players and fans doing an outstanding job of representing them. Keep up the good work S-WS and Highland!

Reporting Official:  Tracy Krueger

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