Sports – Sunday, October 25th, 2015

Badgers Win

Wisconsin 24 Illinois 13 – Bart
Houston 222 yards passing 2 TDs, 2 INTs


NFL Quadruple Header Today on

8:30am: Bills vs. Jaguars in London

Noon: Falcons at Titans

3pm: Raiders @ Chargers

7:30pm: Eagles @ Panthers


WIAA Girls Volleyball Regional Finals

Division Two

Regional Final

Campbellsport 3 Chilton 2

Semifinal –

Campbellsport vs. Grafton @ Chilton

Division Three

Regional Final

Markesan 3 Laconia 0

Division Four

Regional Final

Living Word Lutheran 3 CWC 2



WIAA Boys Soccer Regional

Division Three

Regional Final

New Holstein-Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah
3 Seymour 0

Semifinal – Thursday

Notre Dame @ New Holstein/ELG

Division Four

Regional Final
3 Campbellsport 1

Winnebago Lutheran 4 Oshkosh
Lourdes 0

Semifinal – Thursday, 4pm

WLA @ St. Lawrence


Cross Country Sectionals

The St. Mary’s Springs girls were 3rd
at the Division Three Sheboygan Lutheran Sectional on Saturday while WLA’s
girls finished 12th.  WLA’s
Sarah Niehueser won the meet and qualified for state with a time of 20:37. St.
Mary’s Springs’ Megan Krupp was just 11 seconds back at 20:48 to tak 2nd
place.  The Ledgers Page Case also got a
top 10 finish in 6th place with a time of 20:59.  Both Krupp and Case also qualify for state as
individuals.  The St. Mary’s Springs boys
were 7th and WLA boys were 8th at the WIAA D3 Cross
Country Sectional at Sheboygan Lutheran on Saturday.  The Ledgers were led by Sam Busse with a 22nd
place finish.  WLA’s top finisher was
Evan Schultz in 30th.


In Division Two Cross Country
at Cedar Grove-Belgium, Waupun’s Kyle Smith (4th) and Ripon’s Seth
Zimdar (5th) qualified as individuals for the state meet.  On the girls side, Waupun’s Hannah Smith had a
6th place finish which got her to the state meet.  Lomira’s Kaytlin Kuczkowski was 9th
and also gets a bid to the state meet.


On Friday,  Fond
du Lac
sent Annie Moore and Ally Gietzel to state as
they finished 1st and 2nd at the Sectional hosted by
Oshkosh North.  The State Cross Country
Meet is Saturday, October 31st at The Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids.


Boys Vollyeball @ Homestead Invite

Fond du Lac 1 Brookfield East

Homestead 2 Fond du Lac 0

Fond du
1 Greendale

Ian Spletter had 18 kills, 15
digs & 2 blocks on the day


The Marian
University women’s volleyball team
lost to Aurora
3-2 on Saturday in their NACC finale.


The Fond
du Lac
Bears hockey won the season opening Keevin Cup Tournament at
the Blue Line Family
Ice Center

with a 13-6 win over the Marquette Iron Rangers.  Ryan Blick had 5 goals in the 1st period
and added 3 assists in the victory.  Conner
Blank and Joe Blagoue also added a pair of goals for the Bears.