Sports Of All Sorts 1-9-2012

Jan 9th @ 10:43 am in Sports by Scott Staley

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High School Basketball Olathe lady Pirates beat Cedaredge 66-29 including a 23-0 Second Quarter. Olathe boys beat Cedaredge 60-42 leading the way for the Pirates was Taylor Carlson with 26 Points. Montrose Boys beat Alamosa 59-55. Montrose Lady Indians lost to Sierra 59-49 Saturday as they went 2-1 in their tournament in Colorado Springs over the weekend.

NFL Denver Broncos beat Pittsburgh 29-23 in Overtime on a 80 Yard TD Pass from Tebow to Thomas. Tebow Game Winning TD vs PIT . Leading the way for the Broncos was Tim Tebow who went 10 of 21 for 316 Yards with 2 Touchdowns and 0 Interceptions. Elsewhere in the NFLon Wildcard Weekend, Houston beat Cincinnati 31-10. New York Giants beat Atlanta 24-2.  New Orleans beat Detroit 45-28 Leading the Saints to Victory was Drew Brees who went 33 of 43 for 466 Yards with 3 Touchdowns and 0 Interceptions. Divisional Games on Saturday will be New Orleans at San Francisco followed by Denver at New England. Sunday’s Games will be Houston at Baltimore followed by New York Giants at Green Bay.
Source: NFL 

Wild Card Scores:

Cincinnati 10 Houston 31  Final
Detroit 28 New Orleans 45  Final
Atlanta 2 N.Y. Giants 24  Final
Pittsburgh 23 Denver 29  Final/OT

Divisional Games:

New Orleans at San Francisco  2:30 PM/FOX  (Saturday)
Denver at New England  6:00 PM/CBS  (Saturday)
Houston at Baltimore  11 AM/CBS  (Sunday)
New York Giants at Green Bay  2:30 PM/FOX  (Sunday)

College Basketball #22 Kansas State upset #6 Missouri 75-59 Saturday Leading scorer for the Wildcats was Rodney McGruder with 20 Points. Colorado Beat Washington 71-60 saturday to improve to 3-0 in PAC 12 Play Leading scorer for the Buffs was Carlon Brown with 28 Points and 7 Rebounds. Elsewhere in Men’s College Basketball on Saturday Rutgers Upset #8 Connecticut 77-70. Baylor beat Texas Tech 73-60.
Source: ESPN