Sports – Friday, November 16th, 2012

Back To Back Champs!

St. Mary’s Springs won their 2nd straight WIAA Division Six state football championship with a 24-14 win over Eau Claire Regis on Thursday afternoon at Camp Randall Stadium. Senior Even Henderson ran for the team’s first score of the game and then threw 2nd quarter TD passes to Eric Feldner and Ryan Grandlic.  Mitch Herron closed out the scoring with a 24 yard field goal in the 4th quarter.  The Ledger defense set an all division’s state finals record holding Regis to minus-nine yards passing for the day.  The win gives St. Mary’s Springs their 4th WIAA state football title, and their 12th overall if you add in their 8 WISAA crowns.  St. Mary’s Springs finishes the season with a perfect 13-0 record. 


WIAA State Football Scoreboard


Division 7: Glenwood City 46 Potosi 21

Division 6: St. Mary’s Springs 24 Eau Claire Regis 14

Division 5: Amherst 19 Lancaster 7

Division 4: Somerset 35 Big Foot 33 – OT


Division 3: Waupaca vs. Catholic Memorial – 10am

Division 2: Waunakee vs. Homestead – 1pm

Division 1: Arrowhead vs. Sun Prairie – 4pm


Packers vs. Lions

The Packers come off the bye looking for their 5th straight win as they travel to Detroit on Sunday.  Green Bay has also won 8 straight NFC North games.  It looks like Sam Shields is going to miss another game with a high ankle sprain.  Clay Matthews will also miss the game with a hamstring injury.  Mike Neal returned to practice in a limited capacity as he recovers from an ankle injury.  Jordy Nelson looks like he will play on Sunday as he recovers from an ankle injury.  Coverage begins at 10am with the kickoff set for Noon on KFIZ.


Thursday Night Football

Buffalo 19 Miami 13


Buckeyes Coming To Madison

The Wisconsin Badger football team hosts unbeaten Ohio State on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.  The kickoff on Saturday is set for 2:30pm with the pregame set for 12:30pm on KFIZ.


Braun 2nd in NL MVP Voting

Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun was 2nd in the National League MVP race.  The Giants Buster Posey won the award.  Posey received 27 first place votes with Braun getting 3.  Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera, who won the Triple-Crown was to American League MVP.


Men’s College Hockey

Marian 3 Lawrence 2


Women’s College Hoops

Marian 64 Lawrence 60


Prep Scoreboard

Thursday, November 15th

Boys Basketball

Laconia 48 Horicon 27

Lomira 57 St. Lawrence 18

Chilton 68 Kiel 44

Random Lake 57 Oakfield 43


Friday, November 16th

Boys Basketball

Two Rivers @ Waupun

Campbellsport @ KML

Ripon @ Waupaca


Girls Basketball

Chilton @ Sheboygan South


Girls Hockey

Stoughton @ Fondy-Waupun (Waupun) – 5:30pm