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Sports - Sunday, November 4th, 2012


Packers Host Cardinals

The Packers welcome the Arizona Cardinals to Lambeau Field.  Green Bay looks for their 4th straight win heading into the Bye.  Green Bay is 5-3 on the season while Arizona is 4-4.  LB Frank Zombo has been activated from the Physically Unable to Perform list and is eligible to play today. He has been out all season with a hamstring injury.  Coverage begins at 10am with the kickoff set for Noon on KFIZ.

Bucks 2-0

Brandon Jennings drilled a three pointer at the buzzer giving the Bucks a 105-102 win over the Cleveland Cavs on Saturday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.  Jennings finished with 13 points and 13 assists.  Mike Dunleavy led the way with 29 points.  Monta Ellis had 23 win the win. 

Ledgers Advance

The St. Mary’s Springs Academy football team advanced to the WIAA Division Six State Semifinals with a 24-0 win over Shiocton at Fruth Field on Saturday night. The Ledgers took a 3-0 lead at the 8:42 mark of the first quarter when Mitch Herron connected on a 32 yard field. That came off of a Shiocton turnover when their return man fumble a punt. At the 7:52 mark of the 2nd quarter, the Ledgers got on the board again when Evan Henderson hit Ryan Grandlic up the left sideline for a 24-yard score to make it 10-0. Grandlic made it 17-0 at the 1:06 mark of the 3rd quarter when he picked off his 2nd pass of the night and weaved his way to the end zone for a 62 yard TD. The Ledgers final score of the night came with 2:36 left in the fourth quarter when Henderson hit Eric Feldner for a 22 yard TD. The win improves St. Mary’s Springs to 11-0 on the season. They will travel to Middleton next weekend for a Division Six State Semifinal matchup with Iowa-Grant who beat Darlington 32-15. That games date and kickoff time has not yet been determined.

WIAA Football – Level 3


Group A Game 7: Hudson 40, Appleton North 21

Group B Game 7:  Arrowhead 31, Kimberly 7

Group C Game 7:  Sun Prairie 34, Verona 6

Group D Game 7:  Badger 14, Kenosha Bradford 7



Group A Game 7:  Marshfield 41, La Crosse Logan 7

Group B Game 7:  Homestead 17, Green Bay Southwest 13

Group C Game 7:  Waunakee 55, Watertown 27

Group D Game 7:  Whitefish Bay 24, Brookfield East 14



Group A Game 7:  Waupaca 20, Medford 6

Group B Game 7:  West De Pere 25, Plymouth 7

Group C Game 7:  Mount Horeb/Barneveld 49, Monona Grove 21

Group D Game 7:  Catholic Memorial 24, Wisconsin Lutheran 21


Group A Game 7:  Somerset 49, St. Croix Central 14

Group B Game 7:  Black River Falls 22, Nekoosa 19

Group C Game 7:  Freedom 36, Little Chute 7

Group D Game 7:  Big Foot 52, Lakeside Lutheran 17


Group A Game 7:  Colby, 14, Prescott 6

Group B Game 7:  Amherst 21, Stratford 14

Group C Game 7:  Lancaster 34, Durand 3

Group D Game 7:  Brillion 41, Racine St. Catherine's 9



Group A Game 7:  Regis 25, Boyceville 8

Group B Game 7:  Edgar 43, Rosholt 0

Group C Game 7:  Iowa-Grant 32, Darlington 15

Group D Game 7:  St. Mary's Springs 24, Shiocton 0



Group A Game 7:  Glenwood City 34, Pepin/Alma 22

Group B Game 7:  Hilbert 13, Owen-Withee 7

Group C Game 7:  Potosi 48, Cochrane-Fountain City 28

Group D Game 7:  Randolph 41, Lake Country Lutheran 27

WIAA State Volleyball

Division 1

Burlington (44-2) def. Divine Savior Holy Angels (43-5) 29-27, 25-20, 25-16

Division 2

Kettle Moraine Lutheran (35-10) def. Edgewood (26-9) 18-25, 25-18, 25-20, 25-18

Division 3

Catholic Central (38-9) def. Newman Catholic (29-11) 25-15, 25-18, 25-22

Division 4

Catholic Central (38-9) def. Newman Catholic (29-11) 25-15, 25-18, 25-22

Girls Swimming and Diving

Fond du Lac’s girls swimming and diving team was 13th at the Neenah Sectional on Saturday.  Highlights: Courtney Stubbe: 50 free: 25.31 3rd fastest in Fondy history behind only Elise Drewsen's Junior and Senior Years. 100 Free: 55.25 4th fastest in Fondy History behind Elise Drewsen and Jennifer Kedinger.

(Note: both swims would have qualified for D2 State: http://www.wiaawi.org/Portals/0/PDF/Sports/SwimmingDiving/standards.pdf

200 free relay: Best time of year by 2 seconds. 8th best in team history

Hannah Rasner: 1:09.60 best time 100 fly

Jensen Bloedorn: 1:19.54 first time under 1:20 in 100 breast

Local College Football

UW-Oshkosh 56 UW-Stevens Point 31 – UWO’s first outright WIAC title since 1972

Ripon 50 Monmouth 47

College Women’s Hockey

Marian 2 Augsburg 0

College Men’s Hockey

Colorado College 3 Wisconsin 0
Lake Forest 3 Marian 2

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