Sports - Friday, October 4th, 2013
Clay Matthews and Morgan Burnett both practiced on Thursday and are expected to play in the Packers game on Sunday against Detroit. Matthews left the Bengals loss with hamstring injury and Burnett hasn’t played all season. Coverage begins at 10am with the kickoff set for Noon on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ and streaming at kfiz.com.
Thursday Night Football
Cleveland 37 Buffalo 24
The Tampa Bay Bucs have cut disgruntled QB Josh Freeman after not being able to find a trade partner.
The United States has a 1 point lead after day 1 of The President’s Cup in Ohio. Team USA leads the International Team 3.5 to 2.5.
St. Louis 9 Pittsburgh 1 – Cards lead 1-0
Dodgers 6 Atlanta 1 – LA leads 1-0
Pittsburgh @ St. Louis – Noon
Tampa Bay @ Boston – 2pm
LA @ Atlanta – 5pm
Detroit @ Oaklakd – 8:30pm
Gamel To Cubs
A day after being placed on waivers former Brewers first baseman Mat Gamel was claimed by the Chicago Cubs. Taylor Green cleared waivers and will be assigned to Triple-A Nashvile.
High School Football
We’ve got three high school football games this week at Mountain Dog Media. On Friday night, Fond du Lac hosts Oshkosh West at Fruth Field. Coverage begins at 5:30pm with the kickoff at 7pm on KFIZ and kfiz.com. Also on Friday night, St. Mary’s Springs travels to North Fond du Lac. You’ll hear it on K107.1-FM presented by BCI Burke Company. On Saturday, WLA hosts KML for Homecoming. You’ll hear it on KFIZ. Coverage begins at 12:30pm with the kickoff set for 1pm.
Fond du Lac hosted the FVA Tennis Meet on Thursday. In #1 singles, Fond du Lac’s Nicole Feltz finished 2nd. Maddie Bahr was 4th at #2 singles. Grace Kisch of Fond du Lac won the #3 Singles Consolation Bracket. Fondy’s #2 doubles team of Grahl and Acheson won the Consolation Bracket. As a team Fond du Lac tied for 6th. Neenah won the event.
Fond du Lac 2 Appleton West 1 – Conner Reams 2 goals
St. Lawrence 4 North Fondy-Oakfield 1 – Jose Limon & Alex Gomez 2 goals each
CWC 6 Omro 0
St. Mary’s Springs 3 Lomira 0
Brooke Freund 1 block
Alannah Schmitz 2 aces & 2 digs
Eleanor Mueller 2 aces 12 kills
Julia Moul 15 assists
Lauren Richardson 4 digs
Molly Krueger 4 digs
Olivia Rieder 1 kill
The Campbellsport boys cross country team finished 3rd out of 13 at the Slinger Owl Invitational on Thursday only 9 points behind first place Markesan. Sam Candee led the Cougars finishing 4th in a career best 17:44. Chase Lindgren was 8th and Casey Ruplinger 10th. The Cougar girls were 11th in the meet. Toni Hundertmark was the top runner for Campbellsport in 30th place.
Valley Football Association – South Division
Oshkosh West @ Fond du Lac – On KFIZ
Menasha @ Marshfield
Neenah @ Oshkosh North
Stevens Point @ Wisconsin Rapids
Valley Football Association – North Division
DC Everest @ Appleton East
Appleton North @ Appleton West
Wausau East @ Kaukauna
Kimberly @ Wausau West
Mayville @ Lomira
St. Mary’s Springs @ North Fond du Lac – on K107.1-FM
Laconia @ Omro
KML @ WLA – 1pm – Saturday on KFIZ
Waupun @ Kewaskum
Campbellsport @ New Holstein
Kiel @ Plymouth
Two Rivers @ Sheboygan Falls
Chilton @ Manitowoc Roncali
Denmark @ Ripon (NC)
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