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MADISON - For the second game in a row, the University of Wisconsin football team’s defense shut down an opposing offense. It’s also the first time that’s happened since 1958. The Badgers defeated Tennessee Tech yesterday afternoon 48-0. UW running back Melvin Gordon rushed for 140 yards, including a 37-yard touchdown run. James White rushed for 109 yards and freshman Corey Clement added 149 rushing yards, marking the second game in a row that three Wisconsin backs rushed over the century mark. Joel Stave was also impressive, throwing 24-of-29 for 219 yards and three touchdowns.
MADISON - Madison Police say a body found on Friday by a group of middle school students has been identified. Authorities say 55-year-old Calvin Ewing was found by students on a field trip at Warner Park in a lagoon.
For the first time since 2003 and the first time in the regular season since 2001, the Spring Valley High School football team gets a win over Elk Mound. And it was no ordinary win either as the Cardinals crushed the Mounders to be 3-0 for the first time since 2003, 1-0 in the Dunn-St. Croix Conference. SV rushed for 350 yards led by backs Tyler O'Keefe with 139 yards, Zach Newton with 82 yards and Jed Schlegel with 86. O'Keefe had scoring runs of 32 and 67 yards while Cardinal quarterback Zach Newton had TD runs of 58 and five yards.
DURAND - The Plum City High school volleyball team beletedly began its 2013 season Thursday. The Blue Devils had two of their meets canceled last week due to extreme heat of a late-summer warm weather spell. But yesterday PC marked the season's beginning with the annual quadrangular meet in Durand. The Blue Devils went 2-1, finishing second. PC won its first match over Pepin 25-8, 25-19. They lost to meet champion Cochrane-Fountain City 18-25, 20-25 but bounced back to beat the host Panthers 25-18, 25-22. Plum City will make up one of the canceled meets on Tuesday at Colfax.
PRESCOTT - Prescott Daze got underway Friday afternoon. The cupcake-eating contest at Churchill's Market was one of Friday's highlights along with the evening's street dance and firehall open house. A whole array of activites are scheduled in Prescott for Saturday and Sunday. To find out more go to the Prescott Daze website at http://www.prescottdaze.com/
PRESCOTT - Showing resiliance and toughness and fortitude, qualities they didn't exactly need when putting together back-to-back shutouts of their first two opponents, the Prescott High School football team eked out a one-point win over Amery Friday 27-26 at Laney Field to stay undefeated on the season at 3-0, 1-0 in the Middle Border Conference. PHS scored easily on its first drive, a 25-yard touchdown run by Troy Urman in which he broke several tackle attempts on his way to the endzone. The drive was set-up by an interception by Alex Helmer on Amery's first possession.
Trading hit for hit, Ellsworth High School's football team managed to finally knock down their rivals Durand for the first time since 2007 with a 29-8 win Friday evening at Fuller-Symes Field. Durand had scored with two seconds remaining in the first half to make the halftime score 14-8.
MADISON - A scary moment for a group of middle-school students on a field trip yesterday afternoon. Madison police say the students discovered a fully-clothed body floating offshore at the Warner Park lagoon. Authorities say the body appears to be a male and the Dane County medical examiner’s office will investigate a cause of death.
MINNESOTA ( Sports Network) - The Minnesota Lynx and point guard Lindsay Whalen agreed to a multi-year contract extension on Friday. Whalen is averaging career -highs of 14.7 points and 6.0 assists this season, her 10th in the le
SAN FRANCISCO - Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews says they plan to hit 49ers quarterback Collin Kaepernick hard and often. An NFL ruling on the read option is having some on the Packers’ defense licking their chops for Sunday’s game… and 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh calling the new rule “biased”. The new rule treats a quarterback like a runner until he is clearly out of the play .