Sports – Wednesday, August 28th, 2013


Because of injury, the Packers only had to cut one
player to get down to the league mandated 75 players on their roster on
Tuesday.  The Packers placed T Bryan Bulaga, WR Kevin Dorsey, RB DuJuan Harris and LB Jarvis Reed on injured reserve. S Sean Richardson, T Derek Sherrod, T JC Tretter and DE Jerel Worthy were placed on
reserve/physically unable to perform.
It appears that Mason Crosby has won the kicking job…for
now.  Zach Ramirez was the only player
actually cut yesterday as he went 6 of 16 on field goal attempts.  Crosby went
14×14 including a 64 yarder.   The Packers travel to Kansas City today for their Thursday night
matchup with the Chiefs.  Coverage begins
at 5pm with the kickoff at 7pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ and

Aramis Ramirez went 4×5, homered and drove in 4 as
the Brewers beat Pittsburgh 7-6 on Tuesday night
at PNC Park
Rob Wooten picked up the win in relief of Kyle Lohse.  Jim Henderson notched save #22.  Tom Gorzelanny takes on Charlie Morton in
game 2 of the series tonight.  Coverage
begins at 5:30pm on KFIZ.

Lomira has a new head football coach.  Seth Larson resigned his position at the
school to take a job as an assistant principal in a Milwaukee area school district.  Assistant Dwaine Dailey has named the new
head coach.  Dailey, and Iowa-Grant
graduate joined the Lomira school distract in 2012 and has been an assistant on
the team.  Lomira beat Horicon 40-19 in
their season opener last Firday night and host Campbellsport this Friday. 

Boys Soccer
WLA 2 Shoreland Lutheran 0 – Sonny Johnson and Robin Yoon had goals.
Ronald Reagan 4 St. Lawrence 2

Girls Volleyball
New Holstein 3 St. Mary’s Springs 1
– Elenore Mueller 12 kills, Molly Krueger 7 digs, Ally Ottery 18 assists.

Girls Tennis

Fo Fond du Lac 7
Kaukauna 0 – Cardinals 1-1 in FVA
Sheboygan Falls 7 Waupun 0

     Girls  Swimming

      Fond du Lac 113 DePere 70
McKayla Drew, Katie Julka, and Kaitlyn Munger go 1-2-3 in 200 free.

Courtney Stubbe, Emily Belling, and Courtney
Jewett go 1-2-3 in 100 free.  Emily sets best time by 3.36 seconds!
Maddy Corbin scores 133.05 in first diving meet to lead 1-2-3
finish.  Lindsey McDermott and Raelin Schreifels also dive will with
Raelin completing first reverse in competition.
Jewett, Hannah Rasner, Madison Dowidat all have best times in 50 free.
Taylor Hanks hits 1st Varsity letter time in the 500 free.