(WNFL) - Four state champions were crowned yesterday, and three more will be determined today at the state high school football finals in Madison. Winneconne won its first title last night, with a 28-to-14 victory over Platteville in Division-Four. Platteville was held to just 42 rushing yards, and Winneconne ended a successful playoff streak that followed a 4-and-5 regular season. Yesterday's other three winners all completed perfect 14-and-0 campaigns. In Division-Five, Stanley-Boyd edged Lancaster 21-to-16. Tyler Sorenson passed for a D-Five record 172 yards and a touchdown, as Stanley-Boyd won its first crown since 1995. Shiocton won its first Division-Six championship in familiar fashion, blanking Darlington 35-nothing. The Shiocton defense allowed just 131 total yards, in recording its 11th shutout in 14 games this season. In Division-Seven, South Wayne Black Hawk won its first title, with a 44-22 win over defending champion Glenwood City. Tanner Sweeney ran for 146 yards and two touchdowns for Black Hawk.
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