Sports – Sunday, October 4th, 2015

The Packers and San
49ers will square off today on the west
coast.  Green Bay is 3-0 while the 49ers are
1-2.  With WR Davante Adams down graded
to doubtful for the game, the team has elevated Jared Abbrederis to the 53 man
roster.  Today’s kickoff is set for
3:25pm with pregame coverage set for 1pm on KFIZ.


The Wisconsin Badgers lost to Iowa 10-6 in their Big Ten opener on
Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.  Joel
Stave threw a pair of interceptions and had a key fumble inside the one yard
line late as the Badgers were in line to take the lead.  Wisconsin
now sits at 3-2 overall and 0-1 in Big Ten play.  They travel to Nebraska next Saturday for a 2:30pm kickoff
on KFIZ.


The Cubs beat the Brewers 1-0 on Saturday night at Miller ParkChicago
scored their only run in the top of the 2nd on an Addison Russell
RBI single.  Tyler Wagner gave up just
that one run and seven hits over six innings to take the loss.  The Brewers season wraps up today as they
host Chicago.  The 1st pitch is set for 3:10pm at
Miller Park.


On the final day of the season, the Houston Astros are the
only team still not sure if they will be in playoffs.  The Astros currently hold the final Wild Card
spot in the American League with a one game lead over the LA Angels but are
also one game behind the Yankees for the top Wild Card spot.  They also trail Texas in the American League West by one
game.  So today they could win the
division, win the wild card or be out of the post season.


High School Football

St. Mary’s Springs 26 WLA 3

Oakfield 55 Menomonee Indian 20


Boys Soccer

CWC won the Gresham invite
with a 6-1 win over Plainfield Tri-County and a then tied Gresham 2-2 in the finals but won on penalty
kicks 3-2.


Girls Volleyball

The Fond du Lac girls
volleyball team went 3-2 on Saturday in Janesville.  The Cardinals beat Whitewater, Janesville
Parker, and Parkview and were defeated by Janseville Craig and Evansville to finish 3rd at the event.


Women’s College Golf

Marian University women’s golf improved by six shots
shooting a 387 in the second round of the NACC Championship to remain in
fourth. The Sabres are five strokes behind Benedictine, while Aurora
has a four stroke lead over Concordia Wisconsin
for the top spot.  Ellyn Mortell has a
two-stroke advantage on the individual leaderboard after a second round 82. Tayler
Wise improved on the first round by six shots to move up to a tie for third
with a two-day score of 178.