Sports – Sunday, January 13th, 2013

Packers Season End

Colin Kaepernick ran for 181 yards and 2 TDs and threw for 263 yards and two more touchdowns as San Francisco knocked the Packers out of the post-season with a 45-31 win at Candlestick Park.  Green Bay got on the board first when Sam Shields returned an interception 52 yards for a TD, but two Packer turnovers led to 14 49er points as they led 24-21 at the half.  Kaepernick ripped off a 56 yard TD run in the 3rd quarter as the flood gates opened for San Francisco, who advances to the NFC Championship Game.  Aaron Rodgers threw for 257 yards with 2 TDs and 1 interception in the loss.  James Jones caught a pair of TD passes.  DuJuan Harris ran for score in the loss. 


Ravens Shock Broncos

Jason Tucker’s 47 yard field goal in the 2nd overtime gave Baltimore a 38-35 win over the Denver Broncos in an AFC Division Playoff Game. 


Sunday Playoff Schedule

Seattle @ Atlanta – 12noon

Houston @ New England – 3:30pm on KFIZ


Dorsey To KC

John Dorsey will be leaving the Packers front office to become the general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs.


College Basketball

Wisconsin 74 Illinois 51

Marquette 74 Pittsburgh 67 – OT

Valpo 72 Milwaukee 52

Green Bay 53 UIC 47

Marian 75 Wisconsin Lutheran 71 – OT


Bucks Basketball

Bucks @ Toronto – 11:40am on KFIZ


Saturday, January 12th

Boys Basketball

Random Lake 66 St. Lawrence 33


Girls Basketball

St. Mary’s Springs 53 Sheboygan Falls 36


WLA @ Luther Prep – 1pm

Boys Hockey

Hancock, MI 1 Fond du Lac 0

DePere 6 St. Mary’s Springs 3


Girls Hockey

Fondy-Waupun @ Oshkosh – 6pm


Boys Swimming and Diving

Cardinals 6th out of 15 teams at Fondy Memorial Invite

Top tens:

200 Medley relay: (Pankratz, Van Beek, Lock, Gietman) 4th 1:49.24

200 free: Cameron Van Beek 4th, 1:55.48

50 free: Riley Pankratz 6th, 24.09

500 free: Van Beek 3rd, 5:08.73 (season best time)

100 back: Pankratz 6th, 59.89

100 breast: Klayton Porter 7th, 1:11.91 (career best)

400 free relay: A – (Van Beek, Gietman, Lock, Pankratz) 3:37.52, 6th (season best)

B- (Antonio Ramirez, Ian Doll, Connor Doll, Max Whealon) 3:47.76)

final 6th place of 15 teams.