PACKER ANALYSIS Gregor's Packer Analysis Super Bowl XLV Recap
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A 21-3 first half lead was cut to 3 points in the second half, but the Packers found a way to beat the Steelers 31-25 to win Super Bowl XLV. The game start... Posted on 2/10/11 at 12:36 AM
Four Hudson High School senior student-athletes announced where they will be heading after graduation by signing national letters of intent on National Signing Day, Wednesday, Feb. 6, at the high school.
Matt Iverson, Alex Burgess, Ryan Kromer and Bryan Caffin, with their parents and coaches, by their side, signed national letters of intent at the end of the school day in the school commons.
Former Raider Kraig Urbik addresses a packed house in the high school east gym in front of a line of “Future Raiders” displaying signs recognizing his achievements at a ceremony honoring Urbik at halftime of the Raider boys’ basketball team’s game against Eau Claire North Friday night.
St. Croix County Family Court Commissioner Stephen Dunlap had no idea that he would be conducting a celebrity wedding when he started the day on Monday, Dec. 17. “I thought somebody up at the courthouse is pulling a joke on me,” Dunlap said.
Wisconsin Sports A victory over the Cornhuskers will send Wisconsin to Pasadena for the third straight year, while a loss could give them a spot in the Gator Bowl against Southeaster Conference team on New Year’s Day.
Green Bay Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers admonished reporters this week for speculating that he was engaged to his girlfriend Destiny Newton after a blog highlighted a ring she was wearing at a college football game last weekend.
The most successful season in Hudson High School football history ended one week sooner than Raider Nation hoped.
Top-ranked Arrowhead’s aerial circus put on a show Saturday, Nov. 10, connecting for three touchdowns of 60-plus yards in the first half, and finishing with 593 total yards of offense, in handing sixth-ranked Hudson its first loss of the season, 43-20, in a WIAA Division 1 semifinal in Schofield.
The Hudson Raider football team will play in the WIAA state semifinals for the first time in school history after defeating Appleton North, 40-21, in a battled of undefeated teams Saturday, Nov. 3, in a state quarterfinal game in Stevens Point.
Hudson, now 11-0, will face 11-0 Arrowhead this Saturday, Nov. 10, at 4 p.m. at D.C. Everest High School in Schofield with a berth in the state championship game on the line.
Quarterback Mike Hommes threw a pair of touchdown passes and ran for two more as the sixth-ranked Hudson football team swamped Bay Port, 46-14, in a WIAA Level 2 playoff game Friday night, Oct. 26, in Chippewa Falls.
The Raiders, now 10-0 on the season, advanced to face No. 4 ranked Appleton North Saturday, Nov. 3, at 1 p.m. in Stevens Point.
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