WHS Football vs Edgerton

The Whippets hosted the Rock Valley Conference leaders, the Edgerton Crimson Tide, for their Homecoming Game on Friday October 11th.  The Whippets struck first scoring in a big way on a 76 yard touchdown run by Will Leibbrand on the second play of the game.  Unfortunately the Crimson Tide offense was too much to handle as the Whippets lost by a score of 54-13. 

It was a special night for Leibbrand as he racked up 186 yards rushing on just six carries.  Eli Kohl had the other Whitewater touchdown, a run of 6 yards in the 4th quarter.  Martin Gonzalez led the defense with 9 tackles, Evaristo Soto added 7 (2 for a loss), and Carter Friend and David Cushman each had 6 tackles. 

The Whippets will finish their season as they travel to Jefferson to take on the Eagles this Friday at 7pm.   

Photos Provided by Bob Mischka

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