An experienced coaching staff and talent at every level has produced early success for the Saukville Rebels Youth Football program. The Rebels started off the season at home against Nicolet with wins for all teams, fifth- through eighth-grade.
For the Rebels second week games, the sixth- through eighth-grade teams traveled to Germantown to play. The Rebels came away with a win by the sixth-grade team, 12-6. Quarterback Graeme Biskobing threw a 25-yard-pass to Jordon Gardipee to put the rebels up 6-0. The Rebels second touchdown came from a 20-yard-run by Biskobing. Oliver Rosado caught an interception running the ball back for 25 yards.
The seventh-grade team lost to Germantown, falling 20-6. Thomas Lepak scored the Rebels only touchdown with a 63-yard run.
The eighth-grade team fought Germantown and injury but lost 38-12. The team is down players due to injury, but will be back full force within the next two weeks. Nic Dallgas scored for the Rebels with a 4-yard run and quarterback Taylor Snider threw a 22-yard pass to Matt Ruppel.
The Rebels fifth-grade team came away with a 15–7 win at Hartland, where they took on the Lake Country Chiefs. Adam Baierl scored two touchdowns, a 10-yard run and a 3-yard run. Jacob Lippe scored for the Rebels with a 30-yard run.
The Rebels face an away game on Saturday, against Slinger.