Sports : Friday, 1/13/17
High School Results from Thursday:
Laconia 70, St. Mary’s Springs 56. Jaylen Mahone had 20 points to lead the Spartans who remained unbeaten in conference and overall with the win. Clay Schueffner had 14 to lead St. Mary’s Springs.
Lomira 71, North Fond du Lac 52
Campbellsport 76, Winneconne 44
Waupun 66, Berlin 33
Ripon 71, Kewaskum 31
Fond du Lac 58, Kimberly 51. Ally Gietzel with 21 points to lead the Cardinals.
Randolph 45, Central Wisconsin Christian 41
Oakfield 56, Cambria-Friesland 27
Brillion 78, New Holstein 46
Boys Hockey: Waupun 4, Fond du Lac 3 (OT)
Fond du Lac 61, Appleton West 8
Lomira 43, Laconia 24
Waupun 45, Berlin 30
Boys High School Basketball on the air tonight, the Fond du Lac Cardinals travel to Kimberly to face the Papermakers. Our coverage begins just after 7 with tipoff scheduled for 7:15.
Men’s College Basketball:
NACC: Marian 72, Edgewood 68
Wisconsin 89, Ohio State 66. Bronson Koenig tallied 21 points, including five of seven three pointers, 15 for Nigel Hayes and 12 for Vitto Brown as the Badgers rebounded from last weekend’s loss to Purdue with a win over the Buckeyes at home. The Badgers improve to 3-1 in conference and will host Michigan on Tuesday.
Iowa 83, Purdue 78
Northwestern 69, Rutgers 60
Green Bay 78, Wright State 61
Milwaukee 68, Northern Kentucky 58
The San Diego Chargers are moving to Los Angeles, where they will join the recently relocated Rams in giving the nation’s second-largest media market two NFL teams for the first time in decades. Team chairman Dean Spanos made the announcement Thursday in a letter posted on the Chargers’ Twitter account. The Chargers’ decision to move comes less than three months after San Diego voters resoundingly rejected a team-sponsored measure asking for $1.15 billion in increased hotel taxes to help fund a $1.8 billion downtown stadium and convention center. San Diego could become a tenant in the stadium being built in Inglewood for the Rams if the Chargers exercise that option. If not, the Oakland Raiders would have the option to join the Rams in the L.A. area, though Raiders owner Mark Davis has indicated his intention to seek a move to Las Vegas.