Sports: Saturday, 10/29/16
WIAA Football Playoffs: Level 2
Fond du Lac 38, Milwaukee King 6.
Colton Wasieleski ran for three touchdowns and Keon Jefferson ran for two of his own as the Cardinals took control after falling behind 6-0 early to advance to level 3. The Cardinals will travel to Kimberly for their level 3 game. The Papermakers defeated Appleton West 42-7 Friday night.
Winnebago Lutheran 10, Southern Door 7. The Vikings knock off the #2 seed and previously unbeaten Eagles. Eric Schmitz with a rushing touchdown for WLA, who plays at Amherst in level 3. Amherst defeated Spencer/Columbus Catholic 42-14.
Also in Division 5, Lancaster defeated Laconia 34-21. The Spartans led 7-0 at halftime, but fell to the #2 seeded Arrows. Jake Beattie had two touchdown receptions for the Spartans in the loss.
In Division 6:
St. Mary’s Springs defeated Lake Country Lutheran 31-12 in level 2. Clay Schueffner had two touchdown runs for the Ledgers, who advance to level 3 and a rematch with Ozaukee. Ozaukee defeated Iola-Scandinavia 17-0. The Ledgers defeated Ozaukee in week 3 35-25 at Fruth Field.
The Oakfield Oaks football team is playing in the 8-man football jamboree at D.C. Everest High School this afternoon. The Oaks will play Luck in the two-seed game, which kicks off at 4pm.
WIAA Regional Final
Homestead 3, Fond du Lac 2 (25-21, 12-25, 21-25, 25-21, 15-8)
WIAA Division 4 Sectional Championship Game:
Winnebago Lutheran vs. St. Lawrence Seminary. Game is at 1pm at Lomira High School. It will be the third meeting between the teams this year. The winner earns a trip to the state tournament next week.
Women’s College Volleyball:
Ripon 3, Marian 0 (25-14, 25-13, 25-23)
Women’s College Hockey:
St. Mary’s (MN) 4, Marian 3
Men’s College Hockey
#2 St. Norbert 6, #15 Marian 0. The two teams play again tonight at the Blue Line in Fond du Lac. Game time is 7pm.
College Football: Badgers host Nebraska. Pregame at 4pm, kickoff at 6pm on 1450 KFIZ.
MLB: Cleveland takes game 3 of the World Series 1-0 over the Chicago Cubs. The Indians hold a 2-1 series lead with game four tonight at Chicago.