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High school football: For all the marbles

Phantoms host Hortonville in battle of Bay unbeatens Friday

3:20 PM, Oct. 9, 2013
West De Pere High School senior Chandler Diekvoss, pictured scoring a touchdown on a quarterback keeper in the Phantoms' 41-0 win at Luxemburg-Casco on Sept. 13, had a big performance in the unbeaten Phantoms' 30-18 victory at Seymour on Friday, Oct. 4. Diekvoss moved to receiver for a touchdown catch and also returned an interception 74 yards for a touchdown.
West De Pere High School senior Chandler Diekvoss, pictured scoring a touchdown on a quarterback keeper in the Phantoms' 41-0 win at Luxemburg-Casco on Sept. 13, had a big performance in the unbeaten Phantoms' 30-18 victory at Seymour on Friday, Oct. 4. Diekvoss moved to receiver for a touchdown catch and also returned an interception 74 yards for a touchdown.
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The stage is set for this season's Bay Conference football title to, in all likelihood, be decided Friday night at West De Pere High School.

While the Phantoms will host Hortonville in a battle of the Bay's only two unbeaten teams, De Pere will try again for the elusive win needed to make itself eligible for a possible spot in the playoffs.

The Redbirds suffered their second straight loss after a three-game winning streak by falling 34-13 at Green Bay Preble in a Fox River Classic Conference game last Friday. ...

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