Sports : Friday, 12/16/16

Boys Basketball:

St. Mary’s Springs 64, Omro 51. Blake Bauer with 18 points to lead the Ledgers.

Winnebago Lutheran 72, North Fond du Lac 41. Noah Lorenz with 23 points for the Vikings, Mason Herkstroeter with 12. Dawson Wodsedalek with 13 to lead the Orioles.

Waupun 62, Kewaskum 29

Laconia 62, Mayville 43

Campbellsport 56, Plymouth 52

Ripon 75, Berlin 44

Oakfield 62, Valley Christian 49

St. Lawrence Seminary 53, Stockbridge 49.


Marshall 76, Mayville 48

Boys Hockey:

Beaver Dam 1, Fond du Lac 0


Hortonville 63, Fond du Lac 18. Adam Hopper, Colton Wasieleski and Donte Johnson get pins for the Cardinals.

North Fond du Lac/St. Mary’s Springs 66. Mayville 9

Laconia 45, Omro 9

Lomira 84, St. Lawrence Seminary 0

Kewaskum 54, Waupun 30

Campbellsport 57, Plymouth 22

Boys Swimming:

Neenah 113, Fond du Lac 57. Andrew Park wins the 200 freestyle, Ben Stoffel-Murray wins the 100 backstroke.

College Football: The UW-Oshkosh Titans will play for a national championship in Salem, Virginia this evening. Oshkosh will face Mary Hardin Baylor of Belton, Texas in the title game. It’s the first time since 2004 that the title game will not include UW-Whitewater or Mount Union.

Kickoff is at 6pm central time, the game will be televised on ESPN U.

University of Minnesota football players say they are boycotting all football activities leading up to the Dec. 27 Holiday Bowl until they get satisfactory answers from the school about the suspensions. The 10 players were punished following an internal investigation into a sexual assault case. Although police declined to charge any of the players, the school suspended them based on internal regulations involving the allegations.

NFL:  The Packers get ready to face the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on Sunday. It’s the first of three games against divisional opponents to close the regular season. With the cold weather forecasted for Sunday, Linebacker Clay Matthews says they expect to see a heavy dose of Bears running back Jordan Howard. Pregame at 10am, Kickoff at Noon on KFIZ.

Russell Wilson and Tyler Lockett led the Seattle Seahawks to a 24-3 win over the Los Angeles Rams and their third NFC West title in four seasons. Wilson threw for 229 yards and three touchdowns, with Lockett grabbing seven passes for 130 yards and a score. The Seahawks allowed just 183 yards and improved to 9-4-1 overall, and 7-0 at home.

Women’s College Basketball: Wisconsin 54, UW-Green Bay 53.

Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 30 points and Jabari Parker added 28 to lead the Milwaukee Bucks to a 108-97 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night. Milwaukee led the entire game and held a 24-point advantage early in the fourth quarter but had to hold on to snap a three-game losing streak, its longest of the season. Antetokounmpo has totaled 88 points and 35 rebounds in his last three games, and Parker has reached at least 27 points in four of his last five. The two teams play again tonight at the United Center in Chicago. Tipoff is set for 7pm.