Brady Redwine rushes for 5 touchdowns as Mounders charge past winless Boyceville

Brady Redwine

BRING HIM DOWN— Dylan McNew (#63) and Nathan Stuart (#28) look to take down Brady Redwine(#28) of Elk Mound during one of Redwine’s 17 rushing plays. Redwine ran for 263 yards and five touchdowns in the 41-12 Elk Mound win in Boyceville last Friday. —photo by Amber Hayden

By Amber Hayden

BOYCEVILLE — In a game riddled with penalties, the Elk Mound Mounders ground game carried the team to victory last Friday evening in Boyceville.

The Mounders’ offense accumulated  293 of its 360 total yards on the ground. Just a week after being shut out of the end zone, senior spedster Brady Redwine ran wild on the Bulldogs, collecting 263 yards of the team’s rushing yards and all five Elk Mound touchdowns in a 41-12 thumping of the Bulldogs on September 7.

Head coach Dave Lew was impressed with the intensity the Mounders bounced back this week after a hard loss against Mondovi the week before.

“I’m proud of all the kids and the progress they’ve made. After the loss we took some time to think and got back to the fundamentals,” explained Lew.

Brady Redwine’s impressive evening of scoring started early. Redwine scored his and the team’s first touchdown of the game at 9:43 of the first quarter.

“We’ve been hoping for this from Brady, he’s a hard runner and is only going to go as far as he can depending on the offensive line,” Lew stated.

Redwine put up 263 yards rushing for five touchdowns one of which he went untouched by the Bulldogs’ defense in the second quarter, along with two solo tackles and 2 assists.

ESCAPING THE TACKLE— Rian Flynn (#3) escapes another tackle during a punt return against Boyceville September 7. —photo by Amber Hayden

Colton Ward was three for six on the passing game with 67 yards completed, 34 of which were to Marcus Kinblom in his one reception on the night.

Kinblom also tacked on three tackles. But Brett Lew would lead the defense in tackles with eight, six of which were solo tackles.

Senior Rian Flynn had two interceptions one of which came with 40 seconds left to go in the first half, the result of the carry was another Mounders touchdown extending their lead to 34-0. Flynn had six yards rushing in two attempts and 14 yards receiving in one attempt.

The last points of the night came in the third quarter from Brady Redwine bringing the score to 41-0.

The Mounders did allow Boyceville to score 12 points for the night off a pair of safeties for two points each and a 25-yard pass reception by Jaden Reisimer from Trevor Hollister for the Bulldogs only touchdown plus successful two point conversion.

“This was a confidence builder for us, this gave us more experience and something to build on going into next week against Durand,” stated Lew, “it was a good job and I loved the intensity they had which has been lacking.”

Elk Mound has home field advantage this Friday, September 14 when it squares off against the Durand Panthers at 7 p.m.

Elk Mound……………..7          27          7        0 – 41

Boyceville………….0        13           12         0 – 45


First Quarter

EM Rushing TD by B. Redwine (ext point successful)

Second Quarter

EM Rushing TD by B. Redwine (ext point successful)

EM Rushing TD by B. Redwine (ext point successful)

EM Rushing TD by B. Redwine (ext point successful)

EM Interception by R. Flynn returned for TD (ext point unsuccessful)

Third Quarter

EM Rushing TD by B. Redwine (ext point successful)

Fourth Quarter

BV Safety ball goes out of end zone

BV Safety tackle on Schultz of Elk Mound

BV 25 yard reception TD by J. Reisimer (2 pt conversion successful)

Individual Statistics

Passing (att-comp-yds-int): EM (6-3-67-0) Colton Ward 6-3-67-0; BV (10-4-40-2) T. Hollister 10-4-40-2.

Rushing (att-yds): EM (29-293) R. Flynn 2-6, C. Ward 2-20, L. Schultz 8-4, B. Redwine 17-263; BV (29-103) T. Hollister 2-6, B. Sempf 12-58, T. Gundlach 13-40, N. Stuart 1- -2.

Receiving (rec-yds): EM (3-67) R. Flynn 1-14, N. Lew 1-19, M. Kinbolm 1-34; BV (4-40) B. Sempf 1-6, J. Rismer 1-25, L. Knutdson 2-9. 

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