Sports – Saturday, November 1st, 2014

WIAA Football Playoffs

Level 2

Division One

Fond du Lac 27 Middleton 20 – Jack Nejedlo 3 total TDs (2 rush, 1

Kimberly 34 Madison LaFollette 0

Bay Port 41 Wausau West 14

Appleton North 21 Hudson


Division Two

Menasha 21 Hortonville 20


Division Three

Catholic Memorial 27 Kewaskum 22


Division Five

Racine St. Catherine’s 25 Winnebago Lutheran 0


Division Six

St. Mary’s Springs 41 Algoma 0 – Zach Hintze state record
61 yard FG


Click here for
all the playoff scores 


42nd WIAA State Cross Country Meet is Saturday in Wisconsin RapidsFond
du Lac
junior Annie Moore and freshman Ally Gietzel
have qualified for the Division One Girls Meet as individuals.  In Division Two, the Waupun boys team has
qualified.  In Division Two Girls,
Chilton senior Kayla Giese, Waupun junior Hannah Smith, and Lomira junior
Kaytlin Kuczkowski have all made it to the meet as individuals.  In Division Three, St. Mary’s Springs senor
Andrew Skiff and Laconia
sophomore Alec Potter have made the boys field. 
In Division Three Girls, the St. Mary’s Springs team has made it, as has
Laconia senior
Hailey Isaac.


WIAA Boys Volleyball Sectional

Arrowhead 3 Fond
du Lac


WIAA Girls Volleyball
Sectional Final: Saturday – 7pm

Waupun vs. Luxemburg-Caso @ Waupaca 


OJ Mayo scored 25 points as the Bucks beat the 76ers
93-81 at the BMO Harris Bradley
on Friday Night.  The Bucks travel to Washington tonight.  Coverage begins at 5:40pm on KFIZ.


The Badgers travel to Rutgers
this morning.  You’ll hear it on
KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 9am with the
kickoff set for 11am.


 With not
Packer game on Sunday, we’ll still have NFL action on KFIZ.  At 11:30am its San Diego
at Miami.  On Sunday Night Football it’s the Ravens at
Steelers.  Coverage begins at 6:30pm on


The Brewers have decided not to exercise their option
on 2nd baseman Rickie Weeks and he will be a free agent.