Sports : Friday, 12/30/16

Girls Basketball:

Fond du Lac 58, New London 46. Ally Gietzel had 26 points for the Cardinals in the win.

Milton 63, North Fond du Lac 45. Nicole Scott with 14 points for the Orioles.

Lomira 46, Campbellsport 39

Pewaukee 61, Waupun 43

Chilton 62, Sturgeon Bay 20

Boys Hockey:

Wausau West 9, Fond du Lac 0 (At Green Bay Notre Dame Tournament)


Oshkosh On The Water Classic:

Coleman (252 points) in first, Hortonville in 2nd (167.5 pts), Lomira in 3rd place with 163.5 points, Laconia in 20th with 89 points, Fond du Lac in 23rd with 84.5, North Fond du Lac/St. Mary’s Springs in 36th with 62.5, Winnebago Lutheran in 51st with 40 points. FDL’s Donte Johnson, Laconia’s Alec Potter and Zach Coffeen, Lomira’s Collin Feucht all go 3-0 on day one of the tournament. Marcus Orlandoni and Dalton Fritch of NFDL/Springs go 3-1.

High School Basketball on the air tonight as the Fond du Lac boys host Manitowoc Lincoln. Pregame coverage starts just after 7 with the tip off scheduled for 7:15.


The Packers face the Lions on Sunday night in the Motor City with the NFC North Division Title on the line. Linebacker Clay Matthews is expecting a playoff-like atmosphere. Matthews says Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford is a tough person to make uncomfortable, they just have to get pressure and limit the big plays for Detroit.

Bowl Games Thursday:

Birmingham Bowl: South Florida 46, South Carolina 39 (OT)

Belk Bowl: Virginia Tech 35, Arkansas 24. Arkansas led 24-0 at halftime..

Alamo Bowl: Oklahoma State 38, Colorado 8

Bowl Games Today:

Liberty Bowl: Georgia vs. TCU

Sun Bowl: Stanford vs. UNC

Music City Bowl: Nebraska vs. Tennessee

Arizona Bowl: South Alabama vs. Air Force

Orange Bowl: Michigan vs. Florida State

Men’s College Basketball:

Horizon League:

UW-Green Bay 76, Cleveland State 75 (OT)

Youngstown State 88, UW-Milwaukee 87 (2OT)

Women’s Basketball:

Horizon League:

Green Bay 70, Northern Kentucky 39

Wright State 69, UW-Milwaukee 51

The Milwaukee Bucks’ new arena has reached a milestone in construction. Workers on Thursday poured the first concrete slab on the metal deck that will make up the concourse. Project manager Corey Waclawski of Mortenson Construction says the concrete amounted to about 80 cubic yards. Waclawski says about 18,000 cubic yards of concrete will have to be poured in the entire arena, including the foundations. The arena will be the centerpiece of an almost 30-acre downtown development that also will include a practice facility, parking structure and public plaza. The arena is just north of the Bucks’ current home, the BMO Harris Bradley Center

Ground was broken on the new $524 million arena in June. The arena is expected to be ready for the start of the 2018-19 NBA season.