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Sports - Monday, October 29th, 2012

29-Oct-2012

Packers Survive

The Green Bay Packers didn’t play their best football but still managed a 24-15 win over Jacksonville at Lambeau Field.  With Jordy Nelson, Greg Jennings and John Kuhn all sitting out because of injury, the Packer offense never got on track Sunday.  Aaron Rodgers completed just 22 of 35 passes for 185 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Alex Green ran 22 times for 54 yards.  James Jones caught seven balls for 78 yards.  Donald Driver and Randall Cobb caught TDs.   Davon House blocked a first half punt that was recovered for a touchdown by Dezman Moses.  That was first blocked punt since 2003 and the first blocked punt for a TD since1990 when Tiger Greene had a scoop and score.  The Jaguars actually outgained Green Bay 341-238 on the day.  The win improves the Packers to 5-3 on the season.  They will host Arizona next Sunday before heading into the Bye. Talk Packer football tonight at 6pm on KFIZ during In The Huddle with Bill Scott and Packer TE DJ Williams.

 

Monday Night Football

San Francisco @ Arizona – 7pm.

 

Badgers Lose Stave

The Wisconsin Badgers lost quarterback Joel Stave for the season on Saturday during their 16-13 overtime loss to Michigan State.  Stave broke his collar bone, which will leave Danny O’Brien and Kurt Phillips as options at QB.  Bucky is off this weekend but will travel to Indiana on November 10th.  A win by the Badgers against the Hoosiers will put them in the Big Ten Title Game because Ohio State and Penn State are not eligible for the game.

 

BCS Standings

  1. Alabama
  2. Kansas State
  3. Notre Dame
  4. Oregon
  5. LSU

 

Badgers Lose Gasser

The Wisconsin Badger men’s basketball team lost starting point guard Josh Gasser for the season after he tore his ACL during practice on Saturday.  The team will now look to redshirt freshman George Marshall to run the point.

 

Giants Win World Series

The San Francisco Giants finished off a World Series sweep with a 4-3 in 10 innings in Detroit on Sunday night.  Pablo Sandoval was named the World Series MVP.  For the Giants its their 2nd World Series title in 3 years.

 

Johnson Wins

Jimmie Johnson won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Race at Martinsville and took over the points lead in the Chase For the Championship by just 2 points over Brad Keselowski.

 

St. Mary’s Springs Hosts Round 3

With their 45-0 win over Manawa on Saturday night, the St. Mary’s Springs football team will host Shiocton in a rematch of last year’s state championship in round three next Saturday night at 7pm at Fruth Field.

 

WIAA D3 Soccer Final

St. Anthony 4 WLA 1

 

WIAA Cross Country

Waupun finished 12th and WLA 14th in the WIAA Division Two State Cross Country Meet in Wisconsin Rapids on Saturday.  Laconia was 15th in Division Three.

 

FVA Swim Meet

Fond du Lac’s girls finished 7th at the FVA Swimming and Diving Conference Meet on Saturday.  Neenah won the event.

 

Fond du Lac Bears

The Fond du Lac Bears dropped their second game of the season as they lost to Fox Cities Ice Dogs 4 to 3 Saturday night. The Bears jumped to an early lead as both James Goodfellow and Grant Gysberg scored for the Bears. Simon Hedeen assisted on the Goodfellow goal while JJ Manowske recorded an assist on Gysberg tally.  The Ice Dogs would score 4 goals in the second period to take a 4 to 2 lead into the final period. The Bears would score the game's final score when Ryan Blick scored a power play goals in the final period. Tyler Grebe and Conrad Acheson were credited with assists on the Blick score.  The Bears well return to play, at home, on November 23rd and 24th. The 23rd will feature a game with the Bears Alumni with face-off is scheduled for 8pm. The 24th the Bears will begin GLHL action when the Vernon Hills Capitals. Face-off is also scheduled for 8pm.

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