Vistiing Pewaukee scored two touchdowns in each of the first three quarters Friday night as they rolled over host Greenfield in a Woodland Conference game, 42-0. The Pirates improved to 2-0.
Bryan Spakowicz scored an on 11-yard run and Austin Sternad caught a 5-yard touchdown pass from Patrick Bacon to get the Pirates off to a fast start in the opening quarter. From there Greenfield never threatened.
Others scoring for Pewaukee were Derek Watt (three touchdowns) and Spakowicz one.
The Pirates outgained the Hawks, 324 yards to 136.
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