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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES
9/5/2014


Mosinee (7-1)

28

4

Onalaska (4-5)

26

RB Tomski (M) 1,166 yds (7.0 ypc), 17 TDs; RB Gumz (O) 1,387 yds. (6.8 ypc), 15 TDs.

New Rich. (7-2)

34

4

West Salem (6-2)

21

Pair of balanced teams: NR QB Singerhouse 1,178 yds, 11 TDs, 5 INTs, RB Altena 812 yds., 10 TDs; WS QB Schauf 554 yds rush, 740 pass; RB Hass 670 yds., 9 TDs.

Black River (8-1)

28

4

N. Pines (6-3)

7

Arcadia (9-0)

59

f

Pardeeville (4-5)

7

Loyal

28

f

E-S

6

Ind/Gil (6-3)

14

4

Mel-Min (6-3)

7

Rosholt (6-3)

42

4

C-FC (4-5)

30

Bangor (9-0)

43

f

De Soto (4-5)

0

New Lisbon (6-3)

34

4

Cashton (5-4)

12

Pepin/Alma (9-0)

48

4

Weston (5-4)

0

SATURDAY'S

PLAYOFFS

Caledonia (9-0)

Chatfield (5-4)

Chatfield was No. 2-ranked Caledonia's toughest challenge. Cal won 30-25 Sept. 26.

Triton (8-1)

L-A (6-3)

L-A (6-3) now plays No. 2 Triton at 7 Saturday. Triton (8-1) beat L-A 40-21 on Oct. 10.

P-E-M (5-3)

La Crescent (2-6)

P-E-M (5-3) won 45-18 vs. La Cres. (2-6) 11 days ago.

R-P (8-1)

Beth. Acd.

Seventh-ranked R-P (8-1) plays Beth. Academy at 7 p.m. Saturday. R-P only loss came 7-6 to Caledonia Sept. 5.

Spring Grove (8-1)

Mabel-Can. (6-3)

No. 5-ranked SG (8-1) will host M-C (6-3) on Saturday. M-C lost to SG 50-0 Sept. 26.

Gr. Meadow (9-0)

Lanesboro (5-4)

Lanesboro (5-4) plays top-ranked Grand Meadow (9-0) Saturday. GM, the defending 9-man champs, beat Lanes. 57-6 on Sept. 26. Burros are last team to beat GM, last year, 47-36.

Should Packers Draft O-Line

By RICK SOLEM

 

The NFL draft gets under way at 7 p.m. tonight.

It’s easy to think about the Green Bay Packers last couple of seasons and know where things went wrong: Defense, defense, defense.

So, obviously, the focus of the draft would then surround … defense. That’s a good plan, but is it the smartest if Green Bay wants to protect its investment?

Green Bay is about to make Aaron Rodgers the high paid player in the NFL. So, drafting linemen early seems the obvious solution given Rodgers' career.

Rodgers was the most sacked quarterback in the NFL last year (50 times) and has been the most sacked quarterback in the league since 2008 (202), though that may be because the Bears’ Jay Cutler missed a combined seven games the last two seasons.

Ben Roethlisberger was the second-most sacked quarterback since 2008 (198). And the two tied for being sacked the most in 2009 (50).

Green Bay has no big names on its offensive line. In fact, it’s quite mediocre.

Of Green Bay’s projected starting lineup, no player was drafted above the third round and two of those linemen were undrafted free agents. All of them are 26 years old or younger.

Green Bay has drafted linemen early in two of the last three drafts and it’s been hit or miss ... but mostly "hit," as in injury.

Tackle Bryan Bulaga, who was the 23rd pick by the Packers in 2010, was solid until he dislocated his hip mid-season and his return is in question.

Green Bay also drafted Derek Sherrod 32nd overall in 2011, but he broke his leg in Week 15 of 2011 and hasn’t been back since.

So pure luck – or lack of it – would tell Green Bay to steer clear of first-round linemen, but, then again, both Bulaga and Sherrod were on the field as rookies. That’s either a testament to their skill set or to Green Bay’s desperation to protect Rodgers. Or both. Or neither. Who knows. 

And predicting who the Packers will take also: Who knows?

Sports Illustrated’s Peters King predicts the Packers will draft a defensive tackle named Star, as in Star Lotulelei out of Utah. There is no consensus of the four “experts” at NFL.com. There, Green Bay could be drafting a running back, free safety or offensive lineman.

Yahoo Sports has them taking defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson out of Missouri or safety Jonathan Cyprien of Florida International, while ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. thinks they’ll go running back with Alabama’s Eddie Lacy.

In other words, mock drafts are worthless and it may be better to just wait for the commissioner to call whoever's name.

TIMES SACKED

Aaron Rodgers

2012: 51 (1st)

2011: 36 (t-6th)

2010: 31 (13th)

2009: 50 (t-1st)

2008: 34 (7th)  

Total: 202 (1st)

 

Ben Roethlisberger

2012: 30 (t-14th)

2011: 40 (3rd)

2010: 32 (11th)

2009: 50 (t-1st)

2008 46 (2nd)

Total: 198 (2nd)

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UPCOMING GAMES
 
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
 
Uwl at Uw River Falls
Saturday, November 01, 2014 12:40pm
 
Bucks at Wizards
Saturday, November 01, 2014 6pm
 
Bucks at Pacers
Tuesday, November 04, 2014 6pm