Fans brave through the cold during a high school football playoff in Menasha
MENASHA (WLUK) -- Bundled up in blankets and winter gear, fans under the Friday night lights, braved the cold in Menasha to watch Southwest Green Bay go against Waunakee.
Dylan Gustke told FOX 11, he used a lot of blankets, hand warmers, gloves and hats.
Amy Keller of Waunakee said, "I mean we're from Wisconsin, you'd think we'd be used to this."
Amy Keller's son, who plays for the Waunakee Warriors also bundled up.
"I told him this morning, layers, he got two pairs of socks, he's got, I gave him two foot and hand warmers, so we'll see. I don't know if it's going to work out," Keller said.
As Keller moved around in the stands to keep warm, she also had some extra help.
"We have lots of warmers, hands, foot, body warmers. They can stick anywhere, that's the plan," said Keller.
But even with the brisk autumn air, Gustke said the weather's not too bad.
Fans still showed up in force to cheer for their teams.
Waunakee, won 35 to 14. They move on to face Brookfield Central for the Division 2 title Friday at Camp Randall.