Sports, Saturday, October 28th, 2012
Ledgers Host Manawa Saturday Night
St. Mary’s Springs must wait until Saturday night before they kick off their 2nd round Division Six football game with Manawa. Manawa finished in 3rd place in the Central Wisconsin Eight Conference. You’ll hear the game on Saturday night on KFIZ and streaming at kfiz.com. Coverage begins at 6:30pm with the kickoff set for 7pm. It’s presented by the BCI Burke Company and also brought to you by Taco Bell and Immel Insurance and Financial Services.
WIAA Level 2 Football Playoffs
Appleton North 17 Stevens Point 14, North will travel to Stevens Point to play Hudson next Sat.
Kimberly 31 Menomonee Falls 0, Kimberly will travel to Arrowhead next Friday.
Plymouth 7 Seymour 6 -, Plymouth will travel to West De Pere next Friday
Racine St. Catherine’s 24 Laconia 3
Manawa @ St. Mary’s Springs – Saturday @ 7pm on KFIZ
Viking Soccer At State
The Winnebago Academy boys soccer team will play St. Anthony for the D3 State Championship at 10am today. WLA defeated LaCrosse Aquinas 1-0 in 2OT in the state semi-final. A win would give WLA their first ever WIAA State Championship. Last year they lost in the championship game to The Prairie School 5-2
WIAA Boys Volleyball Regional- Friday Night
Fond du Lac defeated Homestead 3-1– WIll play at Arrowhwead on Tuesday
Viking Runners Head To State
The Winnebago Lutheran boys cross country team is in Wisconsin Rapids for the WIAA State Meet this morning. It’s the 2nd time in school history that the Vikings boys team has qualified for the meet and head coach Larry Klukas thinks the team also is prepped for a strong race. Klukas adds that his runners can’t burn a lot of energy early in the race or they will run out of gas on the tough course. Waupun’s team has also qualified for the Division Two race, which is set to begin at 11:40am this morning at The Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids.
Michigan State @ Badgers – 12:30pm Pregame on KFIZ
Jacksonville @ Packers – 10am Pregame on KFIZ
Sunday Night Football: - 7:30pm – Saints @ Denver
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