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Ready to rumble
Times photo: Adam Krebs Brodhead-Juda running back Blair Chapman rushed for over 70 yards against New Glarus-Monticello during Tuesdays 47-0 win. Chapman filled in for Brayden Fritsch, who broke his ankle in the game.
BRODHEAD - If the Cardinals want to advance to the third round of the WIAA Division 4 football playoffs, they will have to stop Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau's running game.The G-E-T Redmen (8-2) have rushed for an average of 3,145 yards through 10 games, including a 468-yard performance in Tuesday's 42-14 win over Montello-Princeton-Green Lake."Their offense is pretty explosive and they will come right after us," Brodhead-Juda head coach Jim Matthys said. "It's tough to make a whole lot of adjustments in two or three days of practice. We just have to go out and be aggressive."