Sports – Thursday, October 29th, 2015

Johnny Cueto threw a complete game two hitter as the Kansas City Royals beat the New York Mets 7-1 on Thursday night.  Alcides Escobar and Eric Hosmer each drove in
a pair as the Royals go up 2-0 in the best of seven series.  Game 3 is Friday night in New York.


The Bucks got thumped by the New York Knicks in their season opener
122-97 at the BMO
Harris Bradley
on Wednesday
night.  Greg Monroe had 22 points and 14
rebounds in his Bucks debut. Michael Carter-Williams added 20.  The Bucks host Washington on Friday night.


The Packers get back on the practice field today as they get ready for a
Sunday Night Football matchup with the Broncos in Denver
You’ll hear the game on KFIZ.


The NFL’s week gets going tonight as New England
hosts the Miami Dolphins coverage begins at 7pm tonight on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


The Wisconsin Badgers will host Rutgers on Saturday at Camp Randall.
 The kickoff is set for 11am on KFIZ.   You can talk Badger football tonight at 6pm
during the Paul Chryst Show on KFIZ.


Women’s College Volleyball

UW-Oshkosh 3 Marian 0


Women’s College Soccer

Marian 5 Wisconsin Lutheran 2


WIAA Girls Volleyball Sectional

Division Two

Sectional Semifinal – Thursday, 7pm

Campbellsport vs. Grafton @ Chilton


WIAA Boys Soccer Sectional

Division Three

Sectional Semifinal – Thursday, 3:30pm

Notre Dame @ New Holstein/ELG

Division Four

Sectional Semifinal – Thursday, 4pm

WLA @ St. Lawrence


WIAA Football Playoffs

2nd Round – Friday

Division One

Neenah @ Fond du
– 7pm on KFIZ

Division Five

WLA @ Amherst – 7pm

Division Six

St. Mary’s Springs @
Iola-Scandinavia – 7pm

8-Man Football Jamboree
Saturday, 1pm, Schofield

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.