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we’ve seen to date.”

Wilson said the Warriors have thrown in a few wrinkles here and there, but generally they still run an option-based offense that will take discipline to defend. Defensively, the Warriors have given up an average of 27 points per game, which is respectable while facing the perennial playoff teams like Menomonie, Hudson, Chippewa Falls, New Richmond and River Falls.

“They’re going to be very good,” Wilson said.

Big Rivers Conference policies this year allow for no visiting fans at football games. Raiders fans should watch for an announcement on the live stream link for the game.

_ After completing Central Wisconsin West Conference play at 5-0, the Gilman Pirates have scheduled two additional games, starting with a trip to Clayton tonight, Thursday. The game kicks off at 6 p.m.

The Bears come into the contest with a 3-2 record compiled in the Lakeland West Conference. They’ve lost 31-12 to Shell Lake and 40-18 to Luck, who was ranked as the state’s top eight-man team at the time. Clayton beat Frederic 16-0 last week and Prairie Farm (34-18) and Siren (26-25) earlier in the month. Prairie Farm beat a short-handed Luck team last week to knock them off the top of the rankings.

Gunnar Lewis, a 5-10, 170-pound senior, is coming off a monster 270-yard game against Frederic. He’s at 751 yards for the season. He had 193 yards and three touchdowns against Siren and 151 yards and five touchdowns against Prairie Farm. He also leads Clayton with 23 receptions for 205 yards.

“They do have size,” Gilman head coach Robin Rosemeyer said. “They have nine kids 195 pounds or more. They have the athleticism and size to make them a very tricky opponent so to speak. They have a good rushing. They run a shotgun I-formation, but most of the time it’s behind an unbalanced line with a tight end, center, guard, guard, tight end. So that will be a little change for us. Then they’re athletic enough where they’ll go shotgun and trips receivers and spread the formation out. It’s kinda like facing two different teams.”

Gilman goes to Newman Catholic on Nov. 6 for what could be a matchup between two of the state’s top three ranked eight-man teams. This week, Gilman is number-three and Newman is numberone.