Sports – Monday, January 19th, 2015

The Green Bay Packers led the Seattle for 58:35 on Sunday but let it slip
away 28-22 in overtime, sending the Seahawks back to the Super Bowl.  Green Bay led 16-0 at the half, leaving a lot
of points on the board,  Aaron Rodgers
threw an interception in the end zone and settling for field goals inside the
one yard line two times.  Seattle had nothing going until punter Jon Ryan hit Clint
Gresham on a 19 yard TD pass on a fake field goal to get Seattle on the board.  Then the wheels fell off in the 4th
quarter.  After a Mason Crosby field goal
made it 19-7.  The Packers got the ball
back with about five minutes left on a Morgan Burnett interception but couldn’t
salt away the clock. Russell Wilson scored on a 1 yard run to make it
19-14.  Then they recovered the onside
kick after Brandon Bostick couldn’t secure the ball.  Seattle
marched down the field and scored on a Marshawn Lynch TD run with 1:25 left and
the two-point conversion made it 22-19. 
Aaron Rodgers led the team to a game tying field goal to force OT, but Seattle won the toss and
they scored.  Jermaine Kearse caught a
35-yard TD pass to cap an 87 yard drive and send Seattle back to the Super Bowl.


The Seahawks will face the New England Patriots who blew out
the Colts 45-7.


Reports say the Denver Broncos are ready to hire former Houston coach Gary Kubiak
to replace John Fox.


The Bucks are back from London
and will host Toronto
tonight on KFIZ.  The tip is set for 7pm.


Multiple sources are saying that the Brewers are ready to
deal pitcher Yovani Gallardo to the Texas Rangers.  No word on what the team would get in return.


It looks like the Washington Nationals will sign free agent
pitcher Max Scherzer


Monday, January 19th

Boys Basketball

@ St. Mary’s Springs

Ripon @ WLA

Lomira @ St. Lawrence


Girls Basketball

Chilton @ Roncalli