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St. Mary’s Springs’ Waechter, Christensen show connection in state title victory

Mitch Waechter and Cade Christensen have been playing catch with a football for probably what seems like forever.

The two juniors for St. Mary’s Springs, who routinely warm up playing catch before games and at halftime, used that experience on Thursday in the biggest game of their prep careers.

Waechter and Christensen connected for three touchdown passes to help lead the Ledgers past Iola-Scandinavia, 35-12, in the WIAA Division 6 state championship game at Camp Randall Stadium.

“It’s pretty special,” Christensen said of their connection. “The two of us are best friends and we finally put it together in this game where the last couple of games we haven’t been on the same page. He made some great throws tonight. It was amazing.”

Waechter threw a fade route that Christensen caught over a defender for the Ledgers first touchdown, while the two used the same route to notch the second score – a 7-yard touchdown pass with two seconds left in the half.

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