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Sports - Friday, February 20th, 2014

21-Feb-2014

Ledgers Advance to Sectional

St. Mary’s Springs jumped out to a 4-0 lead on Fond du Lac and rolled to a 6-3 win and a Regional championship at the Blue Line Family Ice Center on Thursday night.   Mark Austin got the Ledgers on the board in the first period with the only goal of the first 17 minutes.  The flood gates opened for St. Mary’s Springs in the 2nd as Brady Sarauer, Zach McLaughlin and Conner Blank scored to make it 4-0.  Alex Graf got Fondy on the board with a goal late in the 2nd to make it 4-1.  The Cardinals tried to make a game of it as Bailey Koenigs put the puck in the net to make it 4-2 with 15:29 left in the 3rd period.  Freshman Johnny Welsh made it 5-2 with a goal 6:12 left and then with 5:26 Ian Tess-Wanat gave Fondy hope with a goal to make it 5-3.  Conner Blank put it away for the Ledgers with his 2nd goal of the night.  The win advances St. Mary’s Springs to the Sectional Semifinal on Tuesday night.  The Ledgers will host #8 seed Brookfield who upset #1 seed Homestead 4-3 in overtime.  You’ll hear it on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.

 

Wilson Sets Scoring Mark

With an assist in the 2nd period on Alex Graf’s Fond du Lac goal, senior Michael Wilson became the Cardinals all-time leading scorer.  His 164th career point put him one ahead of Jason Lettau, who had 163 points from 1999-2002.  Wilson looks to continue his hockey career in the USHL next season.  He is property of the Omaha Lancers.

 

Click here to listen to the KFIZ Radio Broadcast of the Game

 

Click here to listen to post game comments from Ledger Coach Tim Ahern

 

Click here to listen to post game comments from Fondy Coach Ryan Sarazin

 

We’ve got high school boys basketball tonight on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ as St. Mary’s Springs hosts Lomira.  Coverage begins at 7:05pm with Backyard Grill Pregame Show.  The tip is set for 7:30pm.  It’s presented by BCI Burke Company and Taco Bell.

 

At the Olympics the United States women’s hockey team suffered heart break in the Gold Medal Match.  The American’s blew a 2-0 lead in the 3rd period and lost to Canada 3-2 in overtime.  The U.S. Men will play the Czech Republic in the Semifinals today. 

 

The Bucks lost to Denver 101-90 on Thursday night at BMO Harris Bradley Center.  Caron Butler led the way with 17 points. The Bucks made a deal at the trade deadline sending Gary Neal and Luke Ridnour to Charlotte in exchange for Ramon Sessions and Jeff Adrien.

 

College Hoops

Green Bay 67 Valpo 53 – Phoenix clinch regular season Horizon title.

Youngstown State 88 Milwaukee 83

North Carolina 74 #5 Duke 66

 

Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamiln won the Budweiser Duels at Daytona in a prep for Sunday’s Daytona 500.

 

Thursday, February 20th

Boys Basketball

Neenah 66 Fond du Lac 40

Appleton East 50 Appleton West 45

Oshkosh North 81 Kaukauna 58

Kimberly 48 Oshkosh West 30

Appleton North @ Menasha

Campbellsport 58 Kiel 44

Waupun 63 New Holstein 54

Sheboygan Falls 79 Kewaskum 43

Randolph 51 Oakfield

 

Girls Basketball

St. Mary’s Springs 56 Omro 35

Lomira 41 WLA 37

North Fondy 56 Mayville 51 – B. Scott 20 pts for NFDL

KML 56 Laconia 18

Chilton 52 Valders 48

Randloph 56 Oakfield 47

CWC 41 Montell0 38

 

Boys Hockey

St  Mary’s Springs 6 Fond du Lac 3

Waupun @ U-School  - Friday – 5pm

 

Girls Hockey

Fox Cities 3 Fondy-Waupun 1

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