With the victory, the Wolverines qualified for the State Playoffs with a 4-5 record and a date at Newell-Fonda tonight in first-round action. The Mustangs are 9-0 and ranked #1 in the State in the 8-player game.
Riedemann's record offensive onslaught led to five rushing TDs and four TD passes from his QB position. The fleet junior carried the ball 16 times for 303 yards and those five TDs, the longest being from 50 yards away. In addition, he completed 10-16 passes for 92 yards and four TDs - a 7-yard score to Sam Briese, a 15-yard job to Parker Goettsch, a 15-yarder to Josh Pansegrau, and a 6-yard pass to Adam Schirmer.
River Valley also got rushing TDs from Briese for two yards, and Goettsch from 28 yards away. Goettsch also returned a kick-off 65 yards for a TD.
Schirmer led the Wolverines on defense with 13 tackles, followed by Goettsch 11, Jimmy Cockburn nine, Jordan Droegmiller nine, and Riedemann six.