Sports – Friday, October 23rd, 2015

The Kansas City Royals hope
to close out the Toronto Blue Jays tonight. 
The Royals hold a 3-2 lead heading into Game 6 of the American League
Championship Series tonight.  The winner
of the ALCS gets the New York Mets in the World Series.


Don Mattingly is out as
manager of the LA Dodgers after 5 years. 
They are calling it a mutual decision. 
The Dodgers won the National League West this season.


The Badgers head to Illinois on
Saturday.  Wisconsin is 5-2 overall and 2-1 in Big Ten
play.  The Illinois is 4-2 overall and 1-1 in league
play. Coverage begins at 12:30m with the kickoff set for 2:30pm on News-Talk
1450 KFIZ.


Thursday Night Football

Seattle 20 San Francisco 3 –
Marshawn Lynch 122 yards, TD


The Packers are off on
Sunday, but we’ll have a full day of football for you on KFIZ.  At 8:30am we’ll have Jacksonville
and Buffalo from London
Then at Noon it will be the Falcons and Titans.   At 3pm, the Raiders and Chargers will square
off. Then on Sunday Night Football it will be the unbeaten Carolina Panthers
hosting Philadelphia.


The Milwaukee Bucks close out
their preseason schedule tonight in Minnesota.  The Bucks open up the regular season on
Wednesday night when they host the New York Knicks.


WIAA Girls Volleyball Regional

Division One

Sheboygan North 3 Fond du Lac

Division Two

Campbellsport 3 Sheboygan Falls 2

Chilton 3 Plymouth 0

Final – Saturday

Campbellsport @ Chilton

Division Three

Laconia 3 Pardeeville 0

Howards Grove 3 St. Mary’s Springs 1

Regional Final – Saturday

Laconia @ Markesan

Division Four – Thursday

CWC 3 Oakfield 0

Regional Final – Saturday

Living Word Lutheran @ CWC


WIAA Boys Soccer Regional

Division One

Oconomowoc 1 Fond du Lac 0

Division Three

New Holstein/Elkhart
Lake-Glenbeulah 15 Demark 0

Fox Valley Lutheran 7 Ripon 0

Appleton Xavier 10 North Fondy/Springs/Oakfield 0

Brown Deer 3 Waupun 2

Regional Final – Saturday

Seymour @ New Holstein-Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah

Division Four

St. Lawrence 3 Omro 0

WLA 5 St. Mary Central 1

Campbellsport 9 Mayville 3

Oshkosh Lourdes
3 CWC 1

Regional Final – Saturday
Campbellsport @ St. Lawrence -2pm

Oshkosh Lourdes
@ WLA – 7pm


The WIAA Football Playoffs
begin tonight across the state of Wisconsin.  In Division One, #1 seed Fond du Lac will host #8 seed Milwaukee
Vincent.  The Cardinals are 9-1 while the
Vikings are just 4-5 on the season. 
Coverage begins tonight at 5:30pm with the Tim Cruz Agency American Family
Insurance Kickoff Show.  The game starts
at 7pm.


Click here to listen to
Fondy coach Mike Gnewuch


Here’s what Fond du Lac’s playoff pod looks like

(8) Milwaukee Vincent/Destiny
at (1) Fond du Lac
at Fruth Field

(5) Milwaukee
Riverside at (4) Neenah

(6) Milwaukee
Morse-Marshall at (3) Marquette at Hart Park

(7) Milwaukee
Washington vs. (2) Milwaukee King at Custer



In Division Five, Winnebago
Lutheran is a #4 seed and will host #5 seed Peshtigo at Viking Field.  #8 seed New Holstein travels to #1 seed Amherst. Both games
kickoff at 7pm. 


Here’s what WLA’s and New
Holstein’s playoff pod looks like

(8) New Holstein at (1) Amherst

(5) Peshtigo at (4) Winnebago

(6) Kewaunee vs. (3) Bonduel
at Kewaunee

(7) Oostburg at (2) Southern


Click here to listen to WLA
coach John Boggs

Click here to listen to New
Holstein coach Matt Rupp


In Division Six, #3 seed St.
Mary’s Springs will play #6 seed Shiocton at North Fond du
in a game that kicks off at 7pm.  The Ledgers beat the Chiefs 42-20 in the
season opener back in August.


Click here to listen to
SMSA head coach Bob Hyland


Here’s a look at the Ledger’s
playoff pod.

(8) Crandon at (1) Marathon

(5) Niagara/Goodman/Pembine
at (4) Edgar

(6) Shiocton at (3) Fond du Lac Springs at North Fond du

(7) Crivitz at (2)


Fond du Lac High School was well represented on the Valley Football
Association South Division All-Conference Team. 
The Cardinals put nine players on the 1st team

1st Team Offense:

Offensive Line: Mark Dilling

Offensive Line: Brett
VandenBoogaard (12)

Running back: Justin Maratik

1st Team Defense:

Defensive End: Aron Frank

Inside Linebacker: Devon Krzanowski (11)

Outside Linebacker: Noah
Ahlswede (12)

Cornerback: Ryan Collien (12)

Safety: Jake Walgenbach (12)

Punter: Jake Walgenbach (12)

2nd Team Offense

Tight End: Will Wright (12)

Defensive Line: Gage
Zahradnik (12)

Honorable Mention

Offensive Line: Mason Laning

Offensive Line: Dakota Wagner

Quarterback: Quinn Woelfel

Defensive Lineman: Tanner
Koenigs (12)

Outside Linebacker: Carner
Nolan (12)

Cornerback: Trey Halfmann

Safety: Keagan Berandt (11)

Return Specialist: Reggie
Hernandez (11)


Linebacker of the Year: Devon Krzanowski, Fond du Lac

Coach of the Year: Mike Gnewuch, Fond du Lac


Click here for entire FVA South
All-Conference Team


Click here for entire FVA North
All-Conference Team