Sports – Friday, November 20th, 2015
The St. Mary’s
football team won their 2nd straight WIAA Division Six State
Football Championship with a 39-20 win over Darlington on Thursday afternoon at
Randall Stadium. Sophomore Clay
Schueffner ran for 233 yards and a pair of touchdowns while junior Fintan Floyd
carried the ball 28 times for 184 yards and three TDs as the Ledger pounded out
430 yards on the ground in the win. QB
Blake Bauer also ran for a TD in the Springs victory. The Ledgers have won six WIAA state football
championships to go along with their 8 WISAA crowns to make it 14 total titles
in school history.
Thursday, Nov. 19
20 Pepin-Alma 14
Div. 6 St. Mary’s Springs 39 Darlington 20
42 Spencer/Columbus 0
Div. 4 Osceola 28
Friday, Nov. 20
10 a.m. Div. 3 Notre
Dame (11-2) vs. Catholic Memorial (11-2)
1 p.m. Div. 2
4 p.m. Div. 1 Kimberly
(13-0) vs. Arrowhead (12-1)
North Fondy 54
Ripon 40 – Kayla Duel 10 points
CWC 69 Dodgeland
25 – Lynnae Smits, and Makayla DeYoung 14 pts each
We’ve got high
school girls basketball tonight on KFIZ as
at the Acuity Fieldhouse. Coverage
begins at 7:05pm with the tip set for 7:30pm.
Lomira @ Slinger
Hilbert @ Chilton
hosts Tournament @ Waupun
Northwestern, MN – 7:30pm
took down the Bucks 115-100 last night in
The Golden Eagles host LSU on Monday
Georgia Tech blew
was the only
player in double figures with 14. The
host Minnesota-Duluth on Sunday at Noon.
The Badger men’s
basketball team will face
afternoon in the 2K Classic at
Coverage begins at 3pm with the tip set for 4pm on KFIZ.
will then play either Duke or VCU on Sunday.
hosts Trinity International tonight. The
Marian men’s basketball team is on the road tonight at Northwestern, MIN.
football team will host Northwestern on Saturday in their home finale for
2015. Coverage begins at 12:30 with the
kickoff at 2:30pm on KFIZ.
this weekend for a matchup with the NFC North leading Vikings.
stop a three game losing streak. That
game kicks off at 3:15pm and our coverage begins at 1pm on KFIZ.
National League Rookie of the Year.
is the American League MVP.
traded a minor leaguer to
for middle infielder Jonathan Villar.