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Parker loses Big Eight game at Madison Memorial
Madison Memorial wins 18-15 over Parker in a Big Eight thriller at Mansfield Stadium on Friday night.
Young GB receivers must earn Rodgers' trust
There's a pattern young wide receivers tend to follow when they start their careers with the Green Bay Packers, and it's usually not a go route straight into Aaron Rodgers' vision.
Craig holds on late vs. West
Craig holds on late vs. West
Madison West marched down the field to score a touchdown before a botched extra-point attempt in the last minute helped the Cougars hold on for a wild 45-44 Homecoming victory at Monterey Stadium.
Lake Geneva Badger earns chance at conference title
The Badgers rallied to beat Union Grove 41-38 in a Southern Lakes Conference thriller Friday night.
Milton clinches share of league title
Milton scored nine fourth-quarter points on the road to beat Oregon 16-7 on Friday night. The victory clinched at least a share of the league title for the second straight year.
Rock Valley South race ends in four-way tie at top
Turner held off host Edgerton 35-33 on Friday night to clinch a spot in the WIAA playoffs for the first time since 1992.
Green Bay's offensive line will be put to the test Sunday
The St. Louis Rams will come to Lambeau Field tied with the Packers for second in the NFL in sacks with 17.
Xtra Points: MLB playoff predictions, football frenzy and a Jets sweep
Xtra Points: MLB playoff predictions, football frenzy and a Jets sweep
This week on Xtra Points, Eric and John make MLB postseason prognostications before diving into NFL, college and high school football and breaking down a solid start by the Jets.
Clinton-Dix taking hands-on approach in Green Bay secondary

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix asked teammates Morgan Burnett and Sam Shields to stay with him after practice.

It was the week after the Seattle game and Clinton-Dix wanted to strengthen his hands, so the 22-year-old worked ...

Packer Hustle: Matthews has more fun than anyone
Packer Hustle: Matthews has more fun than anyone
There was great relish to be had in the sight of Clay Matthews pretending to kiss his bicep after sacking San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick on Sunday.