By Tim Kowols
Sevastopol made their eight-hour tour Saturday well worth the drive after defeating Wisconsin Heights 52-34. The long road trip was caused by Bowler-Gresham kicking the tires on their season last week, forcing the Pioneers and other schools to find alternate plans. Jeremy Jorns ran for a pair of scores in addition to a four total touchdown day for Nathan Stenzel. He found the endzone with his legs twice to go with his 160 yards on the ground and also threw touchdown passes to Alex Krause and Max Krohn. The Pioneers will host Wausaukee this Friday night.