MENOMINEE — The
chopped down one Wiscon-
sin State Football League
power in their season
opener with their 15-14
road win over the Oostburg
The Timberjacks are
sharpening their blades for
a showdown with the
defending WSFL champion
Fox Valley Force.
The Force has yet to be
score on in league play.
running back Brad Ruleau
is a starter for the Force.
Game: M&M Timberjacks (2-0) vs.
Fox Valley Force (2-0)
Site: Spies Field
When: Saturday, 7 p.m.
History: The Force defeated the T-
Jacks 26-7 in Appleton and 19-12 at
Spies Field last year. The Timberjacks
have outscored their first two WSFL
opponents by a 54-21margin. The
Force have walloped their first two
Timberjacks Rushing Leaders: Dan
Ries 31-144, 4.6 avg. (No. 2 in
league); Randy Hoheneder 31-138,
4.5 avg. (No. 3 in league); Zak Shutte
9-102, 11.3 avg.
Force Leading Rushers: Tyler Mick-
elson 23-122, 5.3 avg.; Gary Griffin
12-64, 5.3 avg.; Brad Ruleau 7-62,
Passing: Timberjacks: Hoheneder
11-19-287 yards (58 percent), 4TD, 2
INT. Force: Griffin 16-31-230 (52 per-
cent), 6TD, 0 INT.
Receiving: Timberjacks: Shutte 6-
211, 35.3 avg. (No. 1 in league), 4TD.
Force: Jeremy Castleberg 5-96, 19.2
Ahrndt 9.5 tackles; Eric Krautkramer 8
tackles, 1 INT; Aric Chaltry 6.5 tack-
les. Force: Derick Bielmeier 7.5 tack-
les; Nate Ryf 7 tackles, 2 INT.
Wisconsin State Football League
Fox Valley Force
River City Rattlers
Bay Area Vipers
West Bend Junkyard Dogs 1
Kettle Moraine Titans
SAN DIEGO (AP) —
Jake Peavy wants to be
clear — he’s not ducking
Peavy outpitched Ben
Sheets with seven strong
innings Thursday and the
San Diego Padres snapped
the Milwaukee Brewers’
eight-game winning streak
with a 3-2 victory.
Peavy (9-8) allowed one
run and four hits in a
matchup of the past two
starters for the NL in the
All-Star game. Peavy, the
reigning Cy Young Award