Sports : Friday, 12/9/16
Oshkosh North 65, Fond du Lac 54. Sam Fredrickson 16 points, Drew Jorgensen with 15.
St. Mary’s Springs 74, Mayville 57. Blake Bauer with 26 points to lead the Ledgers.
Omro 54, Lomira 43
Stockbridge 60, Central Wisconsin Christian 55
Laconia 78, Mayville 53
Waupun 86, Ripon 34
Kettle Moraine Lutheran 45, Campbellsport 37
Sheboygan Falls 70, New Holstein 44
High School Wrestling:
Fond du Lac 39, Oshkosh North 37. Logan Naker pins his opponent at 138 pounds to give the Cardinals the win.
Lomira 52, North Fond du Lac/St. Mary’s Springs 18. Andrew Forsythe, Dalton Fritch and Dakota Maas all win by pin for the Orioles/Ledgers
Laconia 42, Winnebago Lutheran 24
Ripon 45, Waupun 28
Mayville 48, St. Lawrence Seminary 21
St. Mary’s Springs 6, Waupun 3
Fox Cities 5, Fond du Lac 1
Women’s College Basketball:
Wisconsin 103, Mississippi Valley State 61
Thursday Night Football: Kansas City 21, Oakland 13. Tyreek Hill of the Chiefs had 6 catches for 66 yards and a touchdown and returned a punt 78 yards for another score as Kansas City took control of the AFC West in the win over their division rivals.
Badgers offensive lineman Ryan Ramczyk has been named to the Walter Camp All-America Second Team. That announcement came last night. Ramczyk was also a consensus first-team all Big Ten selection this season. Both honors came in his first year in Madison playing for the Badgers after transferring from UW-Stevens Point. He has started all 13 games at left tackle this year.
The Badger Men’s Hockey Team opens Big Ten conference play at Michigan. Games tonight and tomorrow at Yost Arena in Ann Arbor begin at 6:30 pm.
The UW Women’s Volleyball team is hosting the NCAA Regional at the UW Field House this weekend. Action begins at 1pm this afternoon, with the Badgers playing Ohio State in one semifinal. The other semifinal features Florida State taking on Stanford. Winners will play Saturday at 5pm with a trip to the NCAA Final Four in Columbus, Ohio on the line.