Edgar falls to Black Hawk in WIAA Division 7 Title Game

MADISON, Wis. (WAOW) — The Black Hawk Warriors defeated the Edgar Wildcats in the WIAA Division 7 Championship Game, 22-15.

Edgar’s Karson Butt accounted for both Wildcat touchdowns, running in their first score from four yards out to tie the game at 8-8, and passing to Brock Handrick for a four yard score that put them up 15-8.

But the Wildcats couldn’t get out of their own way.

They fumbled three times, turned the ball over on downs once, and had three drives that all netted negative yardage before being punted away.

The Warriors got the only score of the second half, and that was the difference, as Kyle Lovelace ran it in from one yard out to put them on top for good.

This is Edgar’s only loss of the season.

Tune into News 9 at 6 and 10 for highlights and postgame reaction.

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