For the first time in school history, the Kewaunee football team has more than just a conference title to defend. The Storm won the Division 4 State Championship last November in Madison. However, coach Kurt Flaten says that the focus is more on this year’s team goals instead of trying to repeat what happened a year ago. For that to happen, Kewaunee will play to their strengths….
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The Storm have a sophmore at quarterback in Caleb Johnson, while Kody VanGoethem rushed for two touchdowns and Preston Olszewski led the team with 65 yards rushing in the teams 51-9 win over Oconto last Friday. When asked how this team with so many newcomers starts the season so strong, coach Flaten says it’s the offseason efforts of his players….
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Kewaunee has flat out dominated the league in recent years, having won 21 straight conference games and 38 of their last 39. WDOR asked coach Flaten if Kewaunee was the favorite to win the Olympian/Packerland Large….
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Kewaunee will play title contenders Wrightstown, Roncalli and Brillion in the next three weeks.