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Stats don't tell the story of loss
Monroes Dylan Schwitz (33) and Dillon Weckerly upend Stoughton quarterback Eric Gerber during the first quarter of the Cheesemakers 14-7 loss at home Friday.
MONROE - Monroe won nearly every statistical category in its last home football game of the 2009 season Friday.But it lost the one that counts.The Cheesemakers outgained Stoughton 230-180 in total yards, 154-66 in rushing yards, had 15 first downs to the Vikings' 13, and punted fewer times.Yet Stoughton won on the scoreboard, 14-7."We didn't get it done tonight," Monroe senior wideout Drew Geissbuhler said. "We weren't making plays and we shot ourselves in the foot a bunch of times. We couldn't make plays at all. I think we are the better team."