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Sports - Saturday, November 3rd, 2012


Ledgers Host Shiocton  

St. Mary’s Springs will welcome Shiocton to Fruth Field tonight for a 3rd round Division Six playoff game. The Ledgers beat Shiocton 24-0 in the D6 state championship game at Camp Randall Stadium last season.  The Ledgers are a perfect 10-0.  Shiocton is 9-1.  They were runner-up in the Central Wisconsin Eight Conference to unbeaten Amherst.  The Chiefs haven’t given up a point in over a month.  Coverage begins tonight at 6:35pm with the Backyard Grill Kickoff Show.  The game starts at 7pm and will also stream at kfiz.com.  The broadcast is brought to you by The BCI Burke Company and also Taco Bell and Immel Insurance and Financial Services.  If the Ledgers will they will play either Iowa-Grant or Darlington next weekend at Middleton.


WIAA Football Playoffs


Hudson vs. Appleton North at Stevens Point (Goerke Field) - Saturday, 1 p.m.

Arrowhead 31, Kimberly 7

Verona at Sun Prairie  - Saturday, 12:30 p.m.

Badger 14, Kenosha Bradford 7



Marshfield 41, La Crosse Logan 7

Homestead at Green Bay Southwest - Saturday, 4 p.m.

Watertown at Waunakee - Saturday, 4 p.m.

Whitefish Bay 24, Brookfield East 14



Waupaca 20, Medford 6

West De Pere 25, Plymouth 7

Mount Horeb/Barneveld 49, Monona Grove 21

Catholic Memorial 24, Wisconsin Lutheran 21



St. Croix Central at Somerset - Saturday, 1 p.m.

Black River Falls 22, Nekoosa 19

Freedom 36, Little Chute 7

Big Foot 52, Lakeside Lutheran 17



Prescott at Colby - Saturday, 1 p.m.

Stratford at Amherst - Saturday, 1 p.m.

Durand at Lancaster - Saturday, 2 p.m.

Racine St. Catherine's at Brillion - Saturday, 2 p.m.



Regis 25, Boyceville 8

Edgar 43, Rosholt 0

Darlington at Iowa-Grant - Saturday, 4 p.m.

Shiocton at St. Mary’s Springs (Fruth Field) - Saturday, 7 p.m.



Glenwood City at Pepin/Alma - Saturday, 2 p.m.

Owen-Withee at Hilbert - Saturday, 1 p.m.

Cochrane-Fountain City at Potosi - Saturday, 4 p.m.

Lake Country Lutheran at Randolph - Saturday, 2 p.m.


Irish Beat Diener’s Stritch

#23 Notre Dame beat NAIA Division II Cardinal Stritch, which is coached by Fond du Lac Goodirch grad Drew Diener, 70-56 last night in South Bend. The game was tied at 34 at the half. Fond du Lac grad Tony Smit had 3 points, fellow Fondy alum Nick Ford dished out 5 assists and Laconia’s Derek Semenas had 5 points for Stritch.



The Bucks went into Boston and man-handled the Celtics 99-88 on Friday night in their season opener.  Brandon Jennings had 21 points, 13 assists and six steals to pace Milwaukee.  Tobias Harris added 18 and Monta Ellis 14 as Milwaukee snapped a five game losing streak on opening night.  Kevin Garnett led the Celtics with 15 points.  The Bucks host Cleveland tonight at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.


Packers look for 4th Straight Win

The Green Bay Packers host Arizona on Sunday at Lambeau Field.  A win by the Green and Gold will give them four straight wins and a 6-3 record heading into the bye week.  Coverage begins at 10am with the kickoff at Noon on KFIZ.


Sunday Night Football

Dallas @ Atlanta – 6:30pm on KFIZ


Badgers Off

The Wisconsin Badgers will take today off as they have the bye in the Big Ten this week.  UW will travel to Indiana next Saturday.  That game kicks off at 11am.  You’ll hear it on KFIZ.


Brewers Moves

The Brewers continue to make adjustments to the back-end of their roster.  OF Nyjer Morgan and RHP Kameron Loe refused assignments to Triple-A Nashville and are now free agents.  1B Travis Ishikawa was also outrighted to Nashville.  The team also claimed RHP Arcenio Leon off of waivers from Houston.


NYC Marathon Cancelled

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg cancelled the New York Marathon on Friday, yielding to pressure after earlier announcing the race would go on despite the recovery effort from super-storm Sandy. Over 47,000 runners take part in the race annually.


Badger Hockey

Colorado College 5 Wisconsin 4

Men’s College Hockey

Marian 3 Lake Forest 2


Women’s College Hockey

Augsburg 3 Marian 2

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