The first play from scrimmage for Greenfield on the next drive fit into the recurring theme of turnovers. Hawks junior quarterback Joey Hannah was intercepted when looking for Keagan Banks over the middle. Ringelberg scored two plays later on a quarterback sneak, pushing the lead to 27-0.
Ringelberg faced little pressure resulting in a near perfect day as he finished 12 of 15 for 239 yards and two touchdown passes. He also created havoc for the Hawks with seven carries for 26 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Ringelberg showed no signs of an underclassmen Friday night as he swung the game completely in Greendale’s (2-0) favor early in the second quarter when he launched a throw deep down the field to Cody Kmetz. Kmetz broke free for an 83-yard gain before getting tripped up. Two plays later, Ringelberg lofted a throw to the end zone for Mitchell Brees to push the lead to 14-0.
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