Sports – Saturday, October 31st, 2015

World Series

Mets 9 Royals 3 – KC leads 2-1


The Badgers host Rutgers
this morning at Camp Randall Stadium.  Wisconsin is 6-2 overall
and 3-1 in Big Ten play.  The Scarlet
Knights are 1-3 in the league and 3-4 overall. 
Coverage begins at 9am with the kickoff at 11am on KFIZ.


The Packers went to Denver a day earlier
to get used to the altitude as they get ready for a Sunday Night Football
primetime matchup. Coverage begins at 5pm with the kickoff set for 7:30pm on


With the Packers in primetime, we’ll have
more NFL action on Sunday on KFIZ as the Browns host Arizona
The kickoff is set for Noon.


The New Jersey Nets beat the Bucks 118-113
on Friday night at BMO
Harris Bradley
.  Giannis had 27 to lead Milwaukee
Greg Monroe had 22 points and 5 rebounds. The Bucks travel to New Jersey on Monday
night.  You’ll hear it on KFIZ. 


WIAA Boys Soccer Sectional

Division Four

Final – Saturday – 1pm

WLA vs. Sturgeon Bay
@ Lomira


Boys Volleyball Regional

Homestead 3 Fond du Lac 0


WIAA Football Playoffs

2nd Round –

Division One

Fond du
42 Neenah 14

Kimberly 48 Stevens Point 17

Milwaukee Marquette
49 Milwaukee King 6

Today – 2pm

Eau Claire Memorial @ Appleton North – 2pm

Division Three

Kewaskum 35 Whitnall 12

Division Four

Omro 41 Wautoma 14

Freedom 27 Kiel 7

Division Five

Amherst 47 Winnebago Lutheran
0 – Vikings year ends at 7-4

Division Six

St. Mary’s Springs 28
Iola-Scandinavia 21

3rd Round

Division One

Milwaukee Marquette @ Fond du Lac – 7pm on KFIZ

Division Three

Catholic Memorial @ Kewaskum –
Friday, 7pm

Division Four

Winneconne @ Omro – Friday,

Division Six

Edgar vs. St. Mary’s Springs –
location/time TBA


8-Man Football Jamboree

Today @ DC Everest– 1pm

Oakfield vs. New Auburn


State Cross Country on Saturday

A handful of local runners have qualified
for the state cross country meet this Saturday in Wisconsin Rapids.  In Division One, Fond du Lac’s Annie Moore and Ally Gietzel
will be running.   In Division Two,
Waupun’s Hannah Smith and Lomira’s Kaytlin Kuczkowski will be running.  For the boys in D2, Waupun’s Kyle Smith and
Ripon’s Seth Zimdar have made it to state. 
In Division Three, WLA’s Sarah Niehueser and St. Mary’s Springs’ Page
Case and Megan Krupp have made it.  The Laconia boys cross country
team has also qualified for the state meet.