Sports - Sunday, September 15th, 2013
Ike Floyd ran for 3 first half touchdowns as St. Mary’s Springs rolled by Lomira 66-0 on Saturday night at Fruth Field. The Ledgers led 42-0 after the first quarter and 59-0 at the break. SMSA is 4-0 overall and 2-0 in the Flyway. Lomira is 1-3 and 0-2. The Ledgers head to Mayville next Friday. You’ll hear the game on K107.1-FM presented by BCI Burke Company
Saturday High School Football
Laconia 21 KML 13
Abundant Life 20 Oakfield 14 – Schafer 158 yards, 2 TDs for Oaks
Fond du Lac was 6th at the Terror Relays in Appleton on Saturday.
Diving: Maddy Corbin, Lindsey McDermott, Raelin Schriefels (3rd)
100 Free Relay: Jensen Bloedorn, Maddie Dowidat, Courtney Jewett, McKayla Drew (3rd)
400 Free Relay: Kalli Behling, McKayla Drew, Sydney Jaroch, Courtney Stubbe (2nd)
Other top 6:
300 backstroke relay: Taryn Jaroch, Courtney Stubbe, Kalli Behling (4th)
200 Breast/Fly relay: Kaitlyn Munger, Hannah Rasner, Jensen Bloedorn, Katie Julka (6th)100 Medley relay: Taryn Jaroch, Sydney Jaroch, Katie Julka, McKayla Drew (5th)
The Fond du Lac girls cross country team was 7th at a meet in Menomonee Falls on Saturday. Megan Buechel was 4th and Annie Moore 5th to pace Fondy.
St. Lawrence 2 De La Salle 1
New Holstein went 2-2 at a Beaver Dam tournament.
The Wisconsin Badgers lost to Arizona State 32-30 on Saturday night in Tempe. The game ended in controversy as UW drove down for an apparent game winning field goal attempt when QB Joel Stave took a knee with :18 seconds left. An Arizona State player jumped on the football and layed on not allowing the football to be spotting and the clock ran out. Melvin Gordon ran for 193 yards and two TDs. The Badgers host Purdue to open the Big Ten next Saturday at 11am. You’ll hear it on KFIZ.
The Packers host Washington today. You’ll hear it on KFIZ. Coverage begins at 10am with the kickoff set for Noon. The game also streams at kfiz.com.
The Seahawks host San Francisco tonight. You’ll also hear that game on KFIZ. Coverage begins at 6:30pm.
Reds 7 Brewers 3
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