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Portage Seniors Fueled by Playoff Pursuit (WI)

It’s been a while since the Portage football qualified for the WIAA playoffs — ten years in fact, last reaching the postseason in 2007.

This year’s 15-man senior class is keen to keep that streak from growing past a decade.

“Since it’s our senior year, we’re pretty motivated to get there and go further than we’re supposed to,” senior captain Erik Isakson said.

The closest the Warriors came to qualifying during the current stretch was in 2012, when they finished one game shy at 2-4 in the Badger North Conference. Every year since then, Portage has finished in sixth or seventh place, with this year’s senior group a combined 1-17 in league games during their careers.

There’s a good chance those struggles could stop this year with the addition of new head coach Bob Hepp, who has more than 20 years of head coaching experience and has turned a number of programs around.

So far, Hepp has gotten off to a good start with this year’s team.

“Hepp really explains a lot of things and takes time to go through it, making sure everybody knows it,” senior captain Nolan Paul said.

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