Sports – Sunday, September 21st, 2014


Melvin Gordon ran for 253 yards
at 5 TDs as the Badger football team roughed up Bowling Green 68-17 on Saturday
at Camp Randall
set a school and Big Ten record for rushing yards in a game with a team total
of 644. Tanner McEvoy also ran for 158 yards and a TD.  Wisconsin
will host South Florida next Saturday at 11am
on KFIZ.


The Packers are in Detroit for a key NFC North
matchup with the Lions today.  Coverage
begins at 10am with the kickoff set for Noon on KFIZ.


Sunday Night Football

Pittsburgh @ Carolina
– 6:30pm on KFIZ


Logan Shaefer’s sac fly in
the 9th plated Elian Herrera and gave the Brewers a 1-0 win over Pittsburgh on Saturday
night.  Matt Garza got ejected in the 5th
for hitting Andrew McCutchen for a 2nd time.  The win moves the Brewers to within 3.5 games
of the Pirates for the N.L.’s final Wild Card spot. The series wraps up today.


8-Man Football

Gibralter 44 Oakfield 6


Cross Country

Fond du
girls cross country was
5th at New London
on Saturday.  Here’s how they finished.  Freshman Ally Giezel led the way with a 2nd
place finish.


2 Ally Gietzel FR 19:30

5 Annie Moore JR 20:40

 7 Megan Buechel SR 20:54

 48 Jeannie Bestor SR 23:10

 68 Nicole
Gietzel SR 23:51

 ( 69) Nicole
Lord FR 23:56


Cross Country

Campbellsport High
competed in the Kris Greening Invitational hosted by
Ripon at Tuscumbia Country Club in Green
.  Cougar boys
finished 3rd and the girls were 7th.  Nine schools competed.  Chase
Lindgren (9th place), Casey Ruplinger (10th place), and Levi Feucht (20th
place) were medal winners for the boys.  Toni Hundertmark in 13th place
was a medal winner for the girls.



Fond du Lac went 1-1 at Kohler beating
Sheboygan North and losing to Brookfield Central.


Girls Volleyball

St. Mary’s Springs went 3-0
in pool play at Mishicot Invite beating Bonduel, Two Rivers,
and Roncalli.  Then went 2-0 in the
bracket stopping Gibralter and Manitowoc Lutheran. 


Girls Swimming & Diving

Fondy was 8th at
the Ashwaubenon Invite

Top 8 results for Saturday:

Diving:  Maddy Corbin:  386.55 2nd place.  2nd best score in school history only 2.2
points behind school record from 1997 (Melanie Freund)

100 fly:  Kalli Behling:  8th  1:06.15

500 free:  Katie Julka:  8th 
5:46.37  career best time

400 free Relay:  Kristilee McCadden, Kalli Behling, Courtney
Jewett, Courtney Stubbe  4:00.56

Other season best times:

McCadden 50 free  26.52

Courtney Stubbe:  100 free  58.72

Taryn Jaroch:  100 free  1:01.47

Kaitlyn Munger:  500 free  6:14.12  (note: 
last 50 faster than 1st 50)

Lizzi Teletzke:  100 breast  1:25.48

Anna Miller:  100 breast  1:26.91


Marian Women’s Golf

Wis. ( – Records fell today as the Marian University
women’s golf team set the new low-round standard following second round action
at Delbrook G.C. at the UW-Whitewater Invitational and placed 11th out of 13
teams, today, Sept. 20.
The Sabres, who have come so close to eclipsing the
11-year old mark of 373 set by the 2003 squad in the rounds leading up to this
weekend, finally broke through and shattered the record with a team score of

Freshman Megan Kelly led all Sabres with an 85
on Saturday to take 40th place in the two-day tournament. Freshman Taylor
Lockhart close behind with an 87, followed by senior Kristin Skubic (94),
junior Sara Van Handel (99) and freshman Sammy Paris (101).
The school-record round came a day after the team
posted a score of 391. The 26-stroke improvement gave the Sabres the ninth-best
round out of a very competitive 13-team tournament on Saturday, besting
UW-Stevens Point, St. Norbert and Carthage‘s
and UW-Whitewater’s B teams.
week, they will look to continue their success in the final NACC Championship
tune-up at the UW-Stevens Point Invite. First round action will begin Saturday,
Sept. 27, at the Stevens Point C.C.


Men’s Soccer

5 Marian 1


College Women’s Soccer

Marian 4 MSOE 3 – OT