Third ranked Preston and unbeaten Janesville are both expected to be a part of state playoff field.
Both programs have explosive offenses--Janesville is averaging 53 points a game-- while Preston is producing nearly 70 points a contest.
Preston opens with the ball and they do as expected an march 65 yards and Blake Tebbe takes it 12 yards 7-0 Trojans.
We jump ahead to the second quarter Janesville up 14-13 on a 3rd and 8 Josh Despard bobbled the snap, recovers and takes it 50 yards to the house 21-13 Wildcats.
The Wildcats found their groove again, after recovering a fumble Hunter Meyer finds Nick Watson for his second TD of the half 28-14 Wildcats.
After another Trojan stop Josh Despard took it 74 yards down the sideline to make it 34-13 Wildcats. It was 34-21 at the break.
To open the third Wildcats Receive and do as expected, march down field and give it to none other than Josh Despard for 22 yards. It was his third touchdown of the night.
And for good measure after another fumble recovery Meyer to Watson for 11, their third time connecting and the Wildcats hang on for a 48-43 victory.