Sports : Friday, 12/23/2016

Boys Basketball:

Fond du Lac 74, Menasha 48. Luke Loewe with 15 points, Peyton Head with 14. Caleb Goldstein and Drew Jorgensen each with 13. The Cardinals improve to 3-3 on the year, will host Manitowoc Lincoln next Friday.


Kaukauna 101, Appleton North 76, Neenah 63, Oshkosh West 60, Kimberly 65, Bay Port 57

Campbellsport 71, North Fond du Lac 27. Dawson Wodsedalek with 17 points for NFDL.

Waupun 53, Martin Luther 50

Horicon 62, Central Wisconsin Christian 35

Sheboygan Falls 82, Chilton 52

New Holstein 83, Brillion 51


Fond du Lac 68, Neenah 63. Ally Gietzel with 25 points, Megan Dille 14.

St. Mary’s Springs 70, Chilton 52

North Fond du Lac 49, Campbellsport 40. Nicole Scott with 16 to lead the Orioles.

Sheboygan Falls 57, Lomira 50

Columbus 60, Mayville 55 (OT)

Oshkosh Lourdes 92, Oakfield 38

Markesan 38, Central Wisconsin Christian 28


Winnebago Lutheran 37, Omro 20

Lomira 75, Mayville 6

Boys Hockey:

Fond du Lac 3, Monona Grove 2

Sports on the air tonight, Springs vs. FDL in Boys Hockey. Action at the Blue Line starts at 7pm our coverage begins at 6:30

Thursday Night Football: The Eagles prevented the Giants from clinching an NFC wild-card berth last night as Malcolm Jenkins returned one of his two interceptions 34 yards for a touchdown that gave Philadelphia an early 14-0 lead in a 24-19 win over New York. Carson Wentz hit Nelson Agholor for a 40-yard touchdown that put Philly ahead 21-6 late in the first half. Eli Manning completed 38 of his team-record 63 pass attempts for 356 yards and one TD, but his third interception ended the Giants’ final drive

College Football: Idaho wins the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl 61-50 over Colorado State. The game was the third highest scoring game in bowl history.

Today: The Bahamas Bowl (Eastern Michigan vs. Old Dominion), The Armed Forces Bowl (Navy vs. Louisiana Tech) and the Dollar General Bowl (Ohio vs. Troy)

Men’s College Basketball:

UW-Green Bay 108, St. Mary’s (MN) 59

The Badger men play Florida A&M at the Kohl Center tonight to wrap up the non-conference portion of their schedule. Tipoff time is at 8pm.

NBA: The Bucks host Washington at the BMO Harris Bradley Center tonight.