Resorters’ attack struggles after early lead

Vanguards rally to hand EL second Great 8 setback


DYLLAN KONEN (40) and Yoshi Sesoko of Elkhart Lake combine to tackle Wisconsin Heights’ Will Seston for a short gain on a running play in Friday’s football game. – Photo by Mike McGill DYLLAN KONEN (40) and Yoshi Sesoko of Elkhart Lake combine to tackle Wisconsin Heights’ Will Seston for a short gain on a running play in Friday’s football game. – Photo by Mike McGill ELKHART LAKE – The Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters took an early 6-0 lead and then were blanked the rest of the way as they fell, 24-6, to Wisconsin Heights in a Great 8 Conference South Division eight-man football game here Friday night.

The Vanguards raised their division record to 2-0 and improved to 4-0 overall. The Resorters dropped to 1-2 in the South and 2-2 overall.

Elkhart scored on senior quarterback Jared Shaw’s 1-yard run with 7:02 left in the first quarter. The two-point conversion was no good on a run.

The Vanguards answered with 24 unanswered points to mount a 24-6 halftime lead. A 7-yard TD run by Tylan Parman, followed by Tyler Flamme’s two-point run gave the visitors an 8-6 lead with 2:20 remaining in the opening period.


JARED SHAW, Elkhart Lake quarterback, is tackled by Camden Brown (left) and Tylan Parman on a keeper in Friday’s football game. Parman was called for a face-mask penalty which gave the Resorters a first down. – Photo by Mike McGill JARED SHAW, Elkhart Lake quarterback, is tackled by Camden Brown (left) and Tylan Parman on a keeper in Friday’s football game. Parman was called for a face-mask penalty which gave the Resorters a first down. – Photo by Mike McGill Wisconsin Heights added two more TDs in the first half. Rickie Williams Jr. dashed 35 yards for a score on the last play of the first quarter. Parman added a two-point run for a 16-6 lead.

The Vanguards’ final TD came on a 67-yard pass from Flamme to Sandis Elchorst at the 7:17 mark in the second quarter. Flamme ran for two points to make it 24-6.

Shaw sparked the Resorters’ ground game with 151 yards on 26 carries.

“We had a number of good things on offense and defense – just not enough of them. We played inconsistent,” said Resorter head coach Josh Bardon.

“Shaw, [Dyllan] Konen and [Troy] Rebedew had some nice runs, as well as some nice pass plays. We had a great opening drive. We overcame a number of penalties on that drive and still scored.”

Elkhart had only 233 yards in total offense, compared with the Vanguards’ 303.

Sophomore defensive lineman Regan Dippel led EL-G in solo tackles with six. Rebedew and Konen had five each.


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