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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES
9/5/2014


Holmen

41

f

Sparta

6

The 13th-ranked Vikings get 3 rush. TDs, 1 pass TD from Zimmerman.

West Salem

44

f

Central

29

Braxton Ghelfi had a 41-yard TD rec. and an 88-yd. kick return TD for W.S.

Tomah

35

f

Aquinas

6

G-E-T

0

f

Arcadia

36

Fifth-ranked Raiders cap off 2nd-consecutive unbeaten reg. season.

Black River

37

f

Westby

0

Both came in 7-1, 3-1, but BRF made no doubt who was taking 2nd in the Coulee

Viroqua

26

f

Luther

20

Zach Trautsch scores all 4 Viroqua TDs in the comeback win.

Eleva-Strum

16

f

Ind./Gilmanton

6

E-S needed a win to tie I/G for the Dairyland title and did just that.

Bangor

44

f

Brookwood

8

Eighth-ranked Bangor caps off unbeaten season heading into playoffs.

WEDNESDAY'S

GAMES

Rush.-Peterson

48

f

Hayfield

12

No. 7-ranked Trojans (7-1) host 0-8 Kingsland, which avg. 5.6 ppg. R-P gives up 7.8 ppg.

Goodhue

0

f

Caledonia

13

No. 2-ranked Trojans host 1-7 Hayfield, which avg. 13.6 ppg. Cald. gives up 4.8 ppg. Caledonia won 53-0 earlier this season.

P-E-M

58

f

K-M

7

Sixth-seeded Lancers (2-6) head to No. 5 P-E-M (5-3) in first round, Tuesday.

Stewartville

55

f

La Crescent

20

Sixth-seeded Lancers (2-6) head to No. 5 P-E-M (5-3) in first round, Tuesday.

Z-M

34

f

Cotter

29

L-A (5-3) hosts Cotter (1-7) in first-round, a rematch that went to L-A 55-13 in Week 3.

Grand Meadow

53

f

Houston

6

GM is No. 1 ranked team in 9-man. Houston now plays Lanesboro in playoffs. Burros won 36-0 earlier.

Spring Grove

48

f

Randolph

16

Lions host L-O in playoffs, a rematch that went 71-21 in SG's favor.

Mabel-Canton

28

f

Lanesboro

22

M-C hosts L/P in playoffs. Cougars won 42-18 earlier this year.

Winona

6

f

Faribault

43

Winona (1-7) faces Red Wing (2-6) in first round; a rematch of a 21-7 loss in Week 2.

Schedule's out, Packers in trouble

Column: RICK SOLEM
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The Green Bay Packers schedule came out Thursday.

It looks as though the Packers have a real shot at history.

They could be the first team to go 6-10 on the season ... and make the playoffs?

 

The Packers are going to go 4-2 in the division, though who they sweep – Detroit, Chicago, Minnesota – remains a mystery. And they're going 2-6 in the other games.

Their non-divisional matchups are brutal, starting off the year with the team that ended the last one – San Francisco. Try and not remember that debacle. It’s better for all.

Green Bay has a real shot at going 0-3 to start the year.

They could luck out if Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III isn’t ready by Week 2. Cincinnati in Week 3 will be a game that gets overlooked by most, but the Bengals are going to be tough to beat this season.

Weeks 5-7 are the break in the schedule with Detroit, Baltimore – fresh off a title, but missing tons of pieces from said title – and Cleveland.

After that, it’s anyone’s guess, but it won’t be easy. The non-divisional games include Philadelphia. The Eagles could be rejuvenated with new coach Chip Kelly, who could be inserting quarterback Michael Vick into that Oregon Ducks offense (it’s a stretch, as Vick will be 33, but anything’s possible) and running back LeSean McCoy.

Then Green Bay heads to New York and the Giants. Loss. Do they ever beat the Giants? Remember Brett Favre; Superbowl on the line; Cold cold cold? New York also made Aaron Rodgers look awful last year in a 38-10 blowout.

Green Bay wraps up those non-divisional games in Weeks 14-16 – with the playoffs on the line – in back-to-back-to-back matchups against Atlanta, at Dallas and Pittsburgh. 

It’s funny to look at the schedule and pick out Cleveland and Baltimore as the easiest games.

Saying Green Bay goes 4-2 inside the division is also a bit of a stretch.

Minnesota has the most dynamic back in the league (ahem, Adrian Peterson) and beat Green Bay in Week 17 last year 37-34, before losing 24-10 the very next week in the playoffs.

Detroit has the best wide receiver in the league (Calvin Johnson Jr.) and lost by three and four points in last year’s matchups.

And there’s Chicago, which has lost its last five in a row to the Packers. Everyone will expect sweep, so the Packers will probably give one away. That’s usually how it goes.

Then again, I usually have a pessimist's view of such things, when everyone else expects 16-0 ... or 15-1 if they really want to stretch the imagination.

 

GREEN BAY PACKERS 2013 SCHEDULE 

Week Date Opponent Time/Result TV
1 Sun, Sep 8 at San Francisco  3:25 p.m. FOX
2 Sun, Sep 15 Washington  Noon FOX
3 Sun, Sep 22 at Cincinnati  Noon FOX
4 Bye      
5 Sun, Oct 6 Detroit Noon CBS
6 Sun, Oct 13 at Baltimore Noon FOX
7 Sun, Oct 20 at Cleveland  3:25 p.m. CBS
8 Sun, Oct 27 at Minnesota 7:30 p.m. NBC
9 Mon, Nov 4 Chicago 7:40 p.m. ESPN
10 Sun, Nov 10 Philadelphia Noon FOX
11 Sun, Nov 17 at New York  Giants  7:30 p.m. NBC
12 Sun, Nov 24 Minnesota Noon FOX
13 Thu, Nov 28 at Detroit 11:30 p.m. FOX
14 Sun, Dec 8 Atlanta 7:30 p.m. NBC
15 Sun, Dec 15 at Dallas  3:25 p.m. FOX
16 Sun, Dec 22 Pittsburgh 3:25 p.m. CBS
17 Sun, Dec 29 at Chicago Noon FOX
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UPCOMING GAMES
 
Bucks vs. Timberwolves
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 7pm
 
Bucks vs Timberwolves (Preseason)
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 7pm
 
First round of WIAA football play-offs TBA
Friday, October 24, 2014 7pm
 
Uwl at Uw Stevens Point
Saturday, October 25, 2014 12:40pm
 
Bucks at Hornets
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 6pm
 
Bucks vs. 76ers
Friday, October 31, 2014 7:30pm