Tremper High School in Kenosha, Wis. was able to capitalize on mistakes made by the Antioch Sequoits and claim a 29-26 victory in a nonconference football opener Friday night.
Eugene Shulski (197 yards) led Tremper with touchdowns on 56- and 53-yard runs.
Anthony Raimondi made the defensive play of the game by recovering a fumble and taking it 85 yards up the middle to end the first quarter. The final score by Tremper was when William Buege completed a 41-yard pass to Nick Santelli.
Santelli led the Trojans with 165 rushing yards.
"Antioch is a very good team and a well-coached team," said Trojans head coach Frank Matrise Jr. whose team is now 2-0. "Believe it or not, my father, Frank Matrise, Sr., coached Nick Santelli's dad."
Alan Taylor started the Sequoits' scoring with a 20-yard run. Cameron Corey and Griffin Hill scored the remaining points for the Sequoits on 3- and 26-yard runs, respectively.
"We made way too many mistakes," said Antioch coach Brian Glashagel. "We had some first-game nervousness, but we do know what we have to do to get ready for next week."