MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Joe Schobert ran for 296 yards to break the WIAA championship record to lead Waukesha West over Stevens Point 45-26 on Friday in the Division 1 title game.
The junior eclipsed the record established by John Clay in 2005. Clay, now a standout at the University of Wisconsin, rushed for 259 yards on 19 carries for Racine Park.
Schobert had two rushing touchdowns on 38 carries and one receiving touchdown to lead Waukesha West (13-1) to its first Division 1 title.
The Wolverines had 486 total yards, including 369 yards on the ground. Quarterback Brandon Berghoefer added two rushing touchdowns.
Stevens Point quarterback Bobby Gregorich passed for two touchdowns for the Panthers (10-4), who had their eight-game winning streak snapped.
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