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High School Football: Phantoms' Turnquist in elite 300-win club

De Pere has three-game winning streak end

2:51 PM, Oct. 2, 2013
De Pere High School senior running back Ian Dalebroux (11) follows the block of senior fullback Logan Devroy on a run in the third quarter of the Redbirds' 35-7 loss to visiting Sheboygan South at Dad Braisher Field on Friday night, Sept. 27.
De Pere High School senior running back Ian Dalebroux (11) follows the block of senior fullback Logan Devroy on a run in the third quarter of the Redbirds' 35-7 loss to visiting Sheboygan South at Dad Braisher Field on Friday night, Sept. 27.
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Chad Michalkiewicz has a ways to go to get to Wisconsin's upper echelon of successful high school football coaches that includes crosstown colleague Bill Turnquist.

On the same night Turnquist became only the fifth coach in state annals to attain 300 victories as unbeaten and top-ranked West De Pere rolled to a 45-0 homecoming triumph over New London, Michaelkiewicz was left waiting for career win No. 14.

That is what De Pere's young head coach feels will be enough - provided they can pick up a victory in the next three weeks - to lead the Redbirds back to the WIAA playoffs for the third straight ...

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