Sports – Friday, September 4th, 2015

The Packers routed New Orleans 38-10 in
their preseason finale on Thursday night at Lambeau Field.  Rookie Brett Hundley threw for 236  yards and 4 TDs.  A pair of those touchdowns went to Myles
White.  The team must cut down to 53
players by 3pm on Saturday.  The Packers
open their regular season on Sunday, September 13th in Chicago against the Bears.


A federal judge overturned a
4 game suspension the NFL dished out to Patriots QB Tom Brady for his role in
the “deflate-gate” scandal.  Brady will
be able to play next Thursday night against Pittsburgh in the regular season opener.


The Badgers are getting ready
for their season opener with Alabama on
Saturday night in North Texas.  You’ll hear it on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 5pm with the kickoff set
for 7pm.


College Football

#2 TCU 23 Minnesota 17

#16 Georgia Tech 69 Alcorn
State 6

#22 Arizona 42 Texas-San Antonio 32

Utah 24 Michigan


The Brewers swept away the
Pittsburgh Pirates with a 5-3 win at Miller
on Thursday
night.  Domingo Santana homered as Taylor
Jungmann picked up the win.  The Crew
opens up a three game weekend series with the Reds in Cincinnati tonight.


The Fond
du Lac
Cardinals host Stevens
tonight in a Valley Football Association South
Division matchup.  Both teams are 2-0 on
the season.  Coverage begins at 5:30pm
with the Tim Cruz Agency American Family Insurance Kickoff Show.  The game starts at 7pm.


Week 3 – 9/4

Valley Football Association –

Stevens Point @ Fond du Lac – on KFIZ

Oshkosh West @ Wisconsin Rapids

Neenah @ Marshfield

Hortonville @ Oshkosh North


Valley Football Association –

Wausau East @ Appleton West

Kimberly @ Appleton East

Appleton North @ Kaukauna

DC Everest @ Wausau West


Wisconsin Flyway

St. Mary’s Springs @ Ozaukee
(NC) – on K107.1

Fond du Lac

Lomira @ Laconia

Mayville @ Omro



Chilton @ Roncalli

New Holstien @ Two Rivers


East Central

Plymouth @ Waupun

Campbellsport @ Kewaskum

Ripon @ Winneconne


8-Man Football

Oakfield @ Abundant Life –


Boys Soccer

WLA 10 North Fondy/SMSA/Oakfield
0 – Zach Wright & Travis Clary 3 goals

St. Lawrence 6 Omro 0 – Yannick Hernandez 4 goals


Girls Golf

Kimberly 201 Fond du Lac 205
– Margaret Krolcyzk


Girls Volleyball

Oshkosh West 3 Fond du Lac 0
– Aleigha Mitchell 11 assists

Wild Rose 3 North Fond du Lac

Mayville 3 WLA 0

Randolph 3 CWC 1


Girls Tennis

Fond du Lac 5 Appleton North