Sports : Sunday, September 18th, 2016

Saturday’s High School Results: 

Boy’s Soccer:

Winnebago Lutheran wins the consolation bracket of the Kiel invite. The Vikings earn a 3-0 win over Manitowoc Lincoln and a 4-1 win over Kiel. Lose in a shootout against Sheboygan Falls. 

Girls Volleyball: 

Winnebago Lutheran goes 1-3 at the Fox Valley Lutheran invite. The Vikings defeated Menasha and lost to FVL, New Holstein and New London. 

Saint Marys Springs finished 6th in the Lake Country Lutheran invite. The Ledgers beat Milwaukee Lutheran and lost to Hustisford, Watertown Luther Prep and Sheboygan South. Emily Mueller had 10 aces, 12 blocks and 42 kills. Abby Lau with 27 kills and 29 digs. Virginia Arndt had 48 assists, Rachel Petersen had 35 assists. Ally Schrieber had 29 digs. 

Laconia went 0-4 in the Berlin invite. Losing to Cambria-Friesland, Berlin, Columbus and Winneconne. 

Waupun went 4-1 in its own invitational with wins over Appleton West, Madison La Follette, Eau Claire Regis and Waterloo. Warriors drop match to Chippewa Falls. 

Boys Volleyball: 

Fond du Lac goes 2-2 at their home FVA meet. Cardinals get wins over Appleton East and Neenah, with losses to Kimberly and Appleton West. 

Girls Swimming & Diving: 

The Fond du Lac girls finish 4th at the Ashwaubenon Invite at Lawrence University. Fondy finishes first and set a new school record in the 400 meter free relay. 

Cross Country: 

Area teams competed in the Hilltopper Invite at St. Lawrence Seminary. 

The North Fond du Lac/Oakfield girls finished 5th out of 16 teams. Linda Lopez finished 15th and Leah Forsythe finished 24th individually to medal for the girls. The North Fond du Lac/Oakfield boys finished 9th out of 17 teams. Diego Charbonneau finished 22nd to medal

The St. Mary’s Springs girls finished 6th with Morgan Krupp placing 9th individually to lead the team. The Springs boys placed 14h, with Isaac Shannon placing 14h. 

The Winnebago Lutheran girls finished 12th with Sarah Niehueser placing 10th. The Winnebago Lutheran boys placed 13th, with Evan Schultz placing 32nd. 

St. Lawrence Seminary placed 12th, with Wilson Burge placing 20th. 

College Football: 

The Badgers played a sluggish game from start to finish, but were able to escape with a 23-17 win over Georgia State at Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday. The Badgers led 6-0 at halftime, and 13-3 with 2:58 left in the 3rd quarter. Georgia State rallied to take the lead at 17-13 early in the 4th quarter, but a touchdown pass from Alex Hornibrook to Kyle Penniston and a 41 yard field goal by Rafael Gaglianone helped lift the Badgers to a win. The Badgers totaled 400 yards of offense on the day, but surrendered 302 yards to the Panthers who threw for 269 yards in the game. Wisconsin also finished the game with zero penalties for the first time since 1997. The Badgers begin Big Ten play next Saturday at Michigan State, game time is still to be announced. 

Elsewhere in the Big Ten: 

North Dakota State 23, Iowa 21. 

NDSU – who won their 5th consecutive FCS championship last season – kicked a 37 yard field goal as time expired to stun Iowa in Iowa City. It’s the Bison’s 6th straight win over an FBS opponent.

Nebraska 35, Oregon 32

Western Michigan 34, Illinois 10

Northwestern 24, Duke 13

Michigan State 36, Notre Dame 28

Michigan 45, Colorado 28

Ohio State 45, Oklahoma 24

Penn State 34, Temple 27 – Fond du Lac’s Robert Windsor is credited with 2 tackles and 1/2 of a sack for the Nittany Lions

Maryland 30, Central Florida 24 (2OT)

Rutgers 37, New Mexico 28

In-State Schools: 


UW-Oshkosh 68, Finlandia (MI) 7

UW-Stout 23, Mayville State (ND) 13

Midwest Conference

Monmouth College 28, Ripon College 0

St. Norbert 50, Knox College 3

Beloit 72, Grinnell 17


The Packers play the Vikings on Sunday Night Football. The team announced that cornerback Sam Shields will miss tomorrow’s game with a concussion that he suffered in week 1 against Jacksonville. Pregame coverage begins at 5pm, kickoff at 7:30 on KFIZ. 


The Brewers pounded the Cubs 11-3 at Wrigley Field on Saturday afternoon. Ryan Braun went 3 for 5 with two home runs and 5 RBI in the win. Domingo Santana and Chris Carter also homered for the Crew, who handed Cubs’ ace Jake Arrieta his 7th loss of the season. Jimmy Nelson earned the win and improved to 11-7. The final game of the series is this afternoon, a 12:45 pregame, 1:20 first pitch on KFIZ.