Sports : Friday, 2/17/17

Girls Basketball:


Fond du Lac 65, Appleton East 41

–Ally Gietzel & Megan Dille each scored 12 points for Fondy.


St. Mary’s Springs 53, Omro 41

–Anja Smith led St. Mary’s Springs with 21 points

Mayville 52, Winnebago Lutheran 48

–Jenna Krueger led WLA with 18 points in the loss.

Laconia 62, North Fond du Lac 36

–Laconia finishes Flyway Conference play 12-0.

East Central:

Campbellsport 45, Ripon 34

Waupun 53, Winneconne 39

Eastern Wisconsin:

Brillion 71, New Holstein 35

Sheboygan Falls 67, Chilton 64


Oshkosh Lourdes 78, Central Wisconsin Christian 39

Randolph 46, Oakfield 33

Boys Basketball:


Oshkosh Lourdes 71, Central Wisconsin Christian 41

Boys Hockey:

WIAA Regional Final:

Waupun 4, St. Mary’s Springs 1

–Zach Welsch scores Springs’ only goal of the game. Waupun advances to the sectional round of the WIAA Tournament.

Men’s College Basketball:

Big Ten:

Michigan 64, Wisconsin 58

–Ethan Happ scored 22 points, but the Badgers couldn’t overcome another cold shooting night in the loss to Michigan in Ann Arbor. Wisconsin shot 38 percent for the game and went just nine for 30 from the floor in the second half. The Badgers have lost two in a row, and host Maryland on Sunday. The Badgers are in a three way tie for first in the Big Ten with Maryland and Purdue.

Baseball News:

Chris Carter, who tied for the National League lead in home runs last season, has finalized a $3.5 million, one-year contract with the Yankees. Carter’s career-high 41 home runs last season matched Colorado’s Nolan Arenado (ahr-eh-NAH’-doh) for tops in the senior circuit. Carter became a free agent in December when Milwaukee failed to offer a 2017 contract.

Carter hit .222 with a career-best 94 RBIs while appearing in a NL-leading 160 games last season.


Sam Saunders fired a first-round 7-under 64 for the clubhouse first round lead at the storied Riviera Country Club in this week’s Genesis Open. That’s good for a two-shot lead over several players including Dustin Johnson, who checked in with a 66. The defending champion is Bubba Watson and he is facing the challenge of the strongest field of the new year as eight of the top 10 players are playing. The only two sitting it out are Rory McIlroy and Henrik Stenson