Sports – Sunday, January 6th, 2013

Packers Advance

The Green Bay Packers shut down Adrian Peterson and beat the Minnesota Vikings 24-10 in NFC Wild Card matchup on Saturday night at Lambeau Field.  After being gashed for over 400 yards by Peterson in the two regular season meetings, Green Bay held him to just 99 yards on the night.  The Minnesota Vikings were forced to start backup QB Joe Webb after starter Christian Ponder was a scratch with an elbow injury.  Minnesota took the opening kickoff and marched down the field to take a 3-0 lead.  After that it was all Packers.  DuJuan Harris ran for a nine yard score, Mason Crosby kicked a 20 yard field goal and then John Kuhn ran for a TD, and caught another as Green Bay built a 24-3 lead.  Aaron Rodgers threw for 274 yards and a touchdown in the win.  Harris rushed for 47 yards and also caught five passes for 53 yards.  With his first TD on the night, Kuhn became the only player in the NFL to score a touchdown in the last four post-seasons. Clay Matthews also tallied a pair of sacks and Sam Shields got an interception in the win.  Green Bay will now travel to San Francisco next Saturday night for a Divisional Playoff game.  You’ll hear all the action on KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 5pm with the kickoff set for 7pm.



Houston 19 Bengals 13

Packers 24 Vikings 10


Colts @ Ravens – Noon

Seahawks @ Redskins – 3pm.


Men’s College Basketball

Marquette 49 Georgetown 48

Wright State 53 UW-Milwaukee 51

Detroit 84 UW-Green Bay 76

Marian 65 Rockford 60

Ripon 91 Knox 82


Women’s College Basketball

Marian 72 Rockford 64


Badger Hoops on KFIZ

The Wisconsin Badger men’s basketball team travels to Nebraska this afternoon and you’ll hear all the action on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 2:30pm with the tip set for 3:30pm.


Bucks Back to .500

Pacers 95 Bucks 80


Prep Scoreboard

Saturday, January 5th

Boys Basketball

Fox Valley Lutheran 59 WLA 54 – OT

St. Mary’s Springs 86 CWC 83 – 2OT

Laconia 48 Markesan 43

Ripon 67 Lomira 51

Waupun 66 Sheboygan Falls 56


Girls Basketball

St. Mary’s Springs 57 CWC 29


Boys Hockey

Fond du Lac 5 Wisconsin Rapids 1

St. Mary’s Springs 5 Arrowhead 0


Boys Swimming and Diving

Fond du Lac was 5th out of 11 schools at the Jaguar Invitational at Lawrence University. 

Best Times for Fondy:

 Ian Lock:  200 free (2:05.24 career best)

Max Whealon:  200 IM (season best); 100 Fly (career best)

Klayton Porter:  100 free

Jacob Kroll:  100 free

Angel Ramirez:  500 free

Ben Kimball:  100 breast

Andrew Lepien:  100 breast