Sports – Saturday, November 8th, 2014
The Wisconsin Badger football
team travels to Purdue this morning. You’ll
hear it on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ. Coverage
begins at 9am with the kickoff set for 11am.
It could be a game time
decision as to whether the Packers have their starting guards against the Bears
on Sunday Night Football. Josh Sitton
has an ailing toe, while TJ Lang is battling an ankle injury. Sunday’s game at Lambeau kicks off at 7:30pm
with coverage set to begin at 5pm on KFIZ.
We’ll also have NFL action on
Sunday afternoon as
at 11:30am on KFIZ.
points. Brandon Knight had 17 points and
9 assists in the loss. The Bucks will host
men’s hockey team edged
2-1 on Friday night. Game 2 of the
Badger men’s hockey team fell to #2
The Kimberly Papermakers
football team’s season with a 41-15 win in the WIAA Division One State Quarterfinals
on Friday night in Kimberly.
game when senior quarterback Jack Nejedlo raced around the left side for a
73-yard touchdown run. Just :15 seconds
later Kimberly evened the score on their first play from scrimmage when senior
Bret Verstegen took a screen pass 55 yards to the house. Blair Mulholland put
the Papermakers up 14-7 with a 9 yard run with 3:08 left in the 1st quarter. Fondy looked like they would answer midway
through the 2nd quarter when Jack Nejedlo ran up the middle for an
11 yard TD but it was called back on a holding penalty and Fondy’s drive
stalled with no points. With 2:21 left
in the 2nd, Evan Dux scored on a 1 yard run to make it 21-7 at the
half. Dux scored on runs of 3 and 1
yards in the 3rd to bust open the game 34-7. Ben Boots caught a 55 yards TD pass with
11:04 left in the 4th to make it 41-7. Quinn Woelfel added a late 1 yard TD run to
round out the scoring. Nejedlo led Fondy’
on the ground with 95 yards, on 14 carries and a touchdown. Junior Justin Maratik carried it 13 times for
82 yards. Maratik ended up with a single season school record 1889 rushing
yards. Fondy’s year ends at 10-2.
Kimberly improves to 12-0.
week after Zach Hintze became nationally known for his 61 yard field goal, the
Springs senior showed his talents as a wide receiver, grabbing two catches for
111 yards and two touchdowns (58, 43). Springs routed Shiocton 37-0 en route to
the D6 semifinals and have still not allowed a point in the postseason. Adding
touchdowns were Blake Bauer on a 28 yard run, Mark Austin on a 2 yard TD run,
and Luke Gellings on a 48 yard interception return for a touchdown. Springs
next Friday Night.
41 Fond du Lac 15
28 Mukwonago 10
Saturday, 4pm @ DC Everest
17 Slinger 10
DePere 49 Luxemburg-Casco 20
56 Mount Horeb Barnaveld 42
22 Freedom 20
@ Little Chute – Saturday – 4pm
26 Regis 15
St. Catherine’s 15
Mary’s Springs 37 Shiocton 0
52 Independence/Gilmanton 14
43 Cambria-Freisland 6
@ Frederic – Saturday, 1pm
vs. Arrowhead @ UW-
– Friday, 8pm
St. Cats vs.
Mary’s Springs vs.
vs. Almond Bancroft
Waupun girls volleyball team fell to Tomahawk 3-1 in the WIAA Division 2 State Semifinals
on Friday afternoon at the