OSHKOSH - One game was close, the other a blowout during the annual Wisconsin Football Coaches Association High School Football All-Star games on Saturday.
The South team pummeled the North 47-19 in the game played by all-stars from divisions one through three.
Waupaca's Beau Ash rushed seven times for 20 yards for the North team, while Kimberly's Ben Diedrick was one-for-four passing for 27 yards.
The game was tied at six after the first quarter, but the South blew it open with a 21-point second quarter.
The smaller division teams (four through seven) played a nail biter earlier in the day.
It ended up a 20-19 victory for the North team, but the South All-Stars put up 13 points in the fourth quarter, all in the final 4:30 of play.
The North team was led by Winneconne's Dylan Hecker, who rushed 17 times for 84 yards and a touchdown.
Wrightstown's Riley Schussler rushed seven times for 26 yards for the North squad. Schussler also added three catches for 32 yards on the day.
The games were played at Titan Stadium at UW-Oshkosh.
Two Oshkosh North players had to be taken off the field in ambulances after colliding in the Division 2 championship game Friday, but their injuries apparently are not as serious as first thought.
Despite all its dominance this season Shiocton entered Thursday's Division 6 state title football game with a healthy respect for Darlington.
Gov. Scott Walker still won't say whether he will sign a bill making it harder to force public schools to drop American Indian nicknames.