Sports – Saturday, October 20th, 2012

Vikings & CWC Soccer Host Sectional Finals

The Winnebago Lutheran Academy boys soccer team hosts #2 ranked Green Bay New Lutheran tonight in a Division Three Sectional Final.  The Vikings knocked off the states’s #1 ranked team Sturgeon Bay 1-0 on Thursday night.  Tonight’s game starts at 7pm.  Central Wisconsin Christian can also earn a trip to state tonight with a win when they host Oostburg. That match also begins at 7pm.


WIAA State Girls Volleyball Regional Finals

Saturday – 7pm unless noted

Division 1

Fond du Lac @ West Bend East

Division 2

Kewaskum  @ KML

Campbellsport – @ Waupun

Division Three

New Holstein @ Howards Grove

Oshkosh Lourdes @ Laconia


Battle For the Ax!

The Wisconsin Badgers host Minnesota this morning with Paul Bunyan’s Ax on the line.  Wisconsin has won the last 8 games between the schools.  You’ll hear the game on KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 9am with the kickoff set for 11am. With Badger football on this morning, you can hear the Jerry Schneider Show this afternoon from 4pm to 7pm.


UW-Oshkosh @ UW-Whitewater

UW-Oshkosh will travel to Whitewater for one of the biggest games in their schools history today.  The Titans are unbeaten and ranked 10th in the country.  Whitewater, the defending Division III champs, had their 46 game win streak snapped by Buffalo State earlier this season, but are still ranked 5th in the country. 


Packer Travel Head To St. Louis

The Green Bay Packers look to win their 2nd straight game for the first time this year on Sunday as they travel to St. Louis.  The Packers and Rams both sit at 3-3 on the season.  Coverage begins at 10am with the kickoff set for 12noon on KFIZ. 


Sunday Night Football on KFIZ

After the Packers on Sunday, stick around to KFIZ for Sunday Night Football as Cincinnati hosts Pittsburgh.  Coverage begins at 6:30pm on Sunday night.


Bucks On KFIZ

The Bucks host Washington tonight at the BMO Harris Bradley Center and you’ll hear it on KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 7:10pm. 



The San Francisco Giants stayed alive in the National League Championship Series with a 5-0 win over St. Louis on Friday night.  The Cardinals still lead the Best of 7 series 3 games to 1.  Game 6 is set for Sunday in San Francisco