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Sports - Thursday, January 30th, 2014

30-Jan-2014

Northwestern won for the first time ever at the Kohl Center taking down the Badgers 65-56 last night in Madison.  The Badgers shot just 26% from the field as they lose for the 4th time in Big Ten play.  Ben Brust paced Bucky with 21 points.  The Badgers play Ohio State on Saturday morning.  You’ll hear it on KFIZ.   The Buckeye’s lost their 5th game in Big Ten play, falling last night to Penn State

 

UW-Green Bay had their 12 game win streak snapped last night at the hands of Valpo 75-60.  Keifer Sykes had 19 for the Phoenix who’s record drops to 17-4 overall and 7-1 in Horizon League play.

 

Tonight

Providence @ Marquette

Wright State @ Milwaukee

 

The Bucks lost again last night, falling to Phoenix 126-117 at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.  Ersan Ilyasova had 27 and Brandon Knight 24 in a losing effort.  The Bucks will finish the month of January with just 1 win.

 

Bucks rookie Giannis Antetokounmpo has been selected to play in the NBA’s Rising Stars Game during All-Star Weekend that pits the top rookies against 2nd year players.

 

The Seahawks and Broncos continue to get ready for Super Bowl XLVIII in New Jersey.  You’ll hear the game on KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 11am with the kickoff set for 5:30pm.

 

Women’s College Hoops

Edgewood 73 Marian 63

 

The WIAA Board of Controls voted 10-1 to approve a massive realignment plan for area high school athletic conferences across the eastern part of Wisconsin.  The changes hit home for Fond du Lac as Menasha will move to the Bay Conference and Hortonville will come from that league to take the vacant spot in the FVA.  Ripon and Winneconne will leave the Eastern Valley and form a new league with Eastern Wisconsin Conference schools; Campbellsport, Waupun, Kewaskum, and Plymouth.  Kettle Moraine Lutheran moves from the Flyway to the new league. Chilton will also move to the EWC from the Olympian along with Brillion, Roncalli, and Valders. St. Lawrence Seminary will now be a considered a full member of the Flyway to fill KML’s spot. They don’t sponsor football, which leaves the league with just seven football schools and a scheduling nightmare for teams that draw a late season bye.  The changes won’t take effect until the 2015-2016 season.

 

Milwaukee Hamilton High School senior Kevon Looney became just the 5th player in Wisconsin High School history to be named a McDonalds All-American.  Looney will play college basketball at UCLA.

 

Girls Basketball

St. Mary’s Springs 48 WLA 46 – Sarah Kell 13, Kelli Schrauth & Elenore Mueller 12

 

Boys Hockey

St. Mary’s Springs 5 Arrowhead 4 – Logan Mertens had the game winner in 3rd

 

We’ve got high school boys basketball tonight on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ as Lomira hosts Laconia.  Coverage begins at 7:05pm with the Backyard Grill Pregame Show.  The tip is set for 7:30pm and it streams at kfiz.com.

 

Thursday, January 30th

Boys Basketball

Mayville @ St. Mary’s Springs

WLA @ North Fondy

Laconia @ Lomira – on KFIZ

Waupun @ Kewaskum

New Holstein @ Sheboygan Falls

Brillion @ Chilton

Plymouth @ Campbellsport

Living Word Lutheran @ St. Lawrence – 6pm

Oakfield @ Oshkosh Lourdes

CWC @ Randolph

 

Girls Basketball

Winneconne @ Ripon

 

Boys Hockey

Oshkosh @ Waupun – 7pm

 

Girls Hockey

Fondy-Waupun @ Waupaca – 7pm 

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