Kewaunee anxious to pay back Southern Door

Kewaunee is off to a hot start this season, having won all three of its games by large margins.

KEWAUNEE (WLUK) -- Kewaunee is off to one of the more impressive starts this football season having steamrolled its first three opponents by a combined score of 119-20.

Nonetheless, when the Storm hits field Friday in the Game Time Game of the Week it has some unfinished business to attend do.

That's because Southern Door is visiting and last season the Eagles crushed the Storm in two games by a combined score of 83-3.

"Two 40-point losses last year," Kewaunee quarterback Cody Bultman said. "I mean, we want to get them back. We've been waiting for this all year, so we're going to attack them."

Kewaunee has beaten Crivitz, 35-6, Two Rivers, 42-7 and Algoma 42-7. It has dominated because of a veteran presence.

"We got a senior group here, they've been around, been through it already," coach Randy Charles said. "Whenever you have a senior group like that you expect them to come out and improve upon what they did last year and they've been doing just that.

"I wouldn't say there's a whole lot of pressure on the group. I think this group is at where they know they are capable of more than they showed last year and they're going to go out and get that done."

A big reason for the blowout wins for Kewaunee is its offense. Bultmann has throws for 777 yards and nine touchdowns this season.

"We're confident, we think we can put up that many points every game we play, but if we keep blocking, we keep running the ball, receivers make catches, we can keep putting up points," Bultman said. "We just have to be 1-0 every play. When we're out there every play we got to beat them. If we do that, the numbers will show on the scoreboard."

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