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SHEBOYGAN — Sheboygan North went into halftime down 0-21 to Sheboygan South in Friday night’s rivalry game. But an 81-yard touchdown run from senior Will Robinson just under two minutes into the second half set a clear tone for the Golden Raiders.

North held South scoreless in the second half, putting up 33 points themselves en route to the 33-21 victory.

The Redwings got off to a hot start with two touchdowns in the first quarter from seniors Erik Gonzalez and Dylan Foth. Another rushing touchdown from junior Austin Stelter in the second quarter elevated South’s lead.

North came out of halftime ready to fight with the touchdown from Robinson and another by senior Evan Spaulding just before the third quarter expired. The extra point kick was no good, pulling North within 13-21.

Just a few minutes into the final quarter, a touchdown catch by senior Karter Bell and a successful two-point conversation, the game was tied at 21.

After a series of fumbles by both teams, sophomore Maxwell Tutas connected with Bell once again with just 8.9 seconds remaining, securing North a 27-21 advantage. Raider sophomore Tre Seiler picked off a last-ditch effort pass from South's Gonzalez, taking it all the way back for a final touchdown as time expired.

Scores from around the Fox Valley Classic Football Conference for Week 4:


Neenah 25, Bay Port 20

Fond du Lac 63, Green Bay Preble 3

Stevens Point 19, Oshkosh West 14


Kimberly 31, Appleton East 6

Appleton North 35, Pulaski 13

Ashwaubenon 40, Oshkosh North 29


De Pere 22, Appleton West 14

Green Bay Southwest @ Manitowoc Lincoln - Canceled


Green Bay East 15, Green Bay West 14

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