Sports – Friday, December 19th, 2014

short-handed Milwaukee Bucks picked up a 108-107 win at Sacramento on Thursday night.   Jason Kidd’s squad dressed just 9 players
last night but were able to scratch out the win as DeMarcus Cousin’s fade-away
jumper at the buzzer rimmed out.  Brandon
Knight scored 20 and OJ Mayo 19.  Despite
suffering an ugly looking ankle injury on Wednesday, Giannis played 37 minutes
and scored 11 points.  The Bucks travel
to the LA Clippers on Saturday night. 
That’s a game you’ll hear on KFIZ.


A big trade
in the NBA on Thursday as Boston sends Rajon
Rondo and Dwight Powell to Dallas
for Brandan Wright, Jae Crowder,  Jameer
Nelson, and a pair of draft picks.


The Marquette men’s basketball team is home tonight as they
host Alabama A&M at BMO
Harris Bradley
. Milwaukee
will play SIU-Edwardsville on Saturday and UW-Green Bay
hosts Arkansas-Little Rock on Sunday. 
The Badgers play at California
on Monday night.  The Marian men’s
basketball team heads out to Washington
for a pair of games on Sunday and Monday.


Night Football

Jacksonville 21 Tennessee


The Packers
get ready for a trip to Tampa
this weekend.  Davon House and Brian Bulaga sat out practice
on Thursday.  House will be out until the
playoffs.  There’s a chance Bulaga could
play on Sunday as he recovers from a concussion. Coverage begins at 10am with
the tip set for Noon on KFIZ.


Wisconsin Badgers announced that defensive coordinator Dave Aranda would be
back next season.  Aranda had been on
Gary Andersen’s staff the last two season.


The St.
Mary’s Springs boys basketball team set a school record with 14 made three
pointers in a 75-26 win over North Fond du Lac.
The Ledgers used a 26-5 run in the first half to bust open a close game.  Cory Nies led Springs with 18 points.  Brennen Ottery added 7.  Hayden Reitz led North Fondy with 9
points.  The Orioles head to Horicon on
Monday.  The Ledgers travel to Howards
Grove on Tuesday night.


The Fond du Lac boys host
Appleton North tonight at the Acuity Fieldhouse.  You’ll hear all the action on News-Talk 1450
KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 7:05pm with the
Tim Cruz Agency American Family Insurance Pregame Show.  The tip is set for 7:30pm.  It streams at and you can listen on
your mobile device via TuneIn Radio. 


December 18th


St. Mary’s
Springs 75 North Fond du Lac 26 – Cory Nies 18 pts

Mayville 48
Lomira 43

Laconia 78 Omro 54 – Brett Wittchow 36 pts

Brillion 65
Chilton 35

49 Kewaskum 47

Two Rivers 83
New Holstein 76

Lake-Glenbulah 45 St. Lawrence 37

Ripon 53
Clintonville 28

Waupun 51 Plymouth 45 OT – Mason
Domask 28 pts



Oakfield 59
Cambria-Friesland 31 – McKaela Ryan 19 pts



Neenah (NEEN) 42.00 Fond du Lac (FDL) 31.00
120: Matt Hall (NEEN) over (FDL) (For.) 126: David
Oyler (NEEN) over Payton Torgersen (FDL) (Fall 0:21) 132: Isaac Bethel (NEEN)
over Colin Athanasiou (FDL) (Dec 10-4) 138: Tyrik Viebranz (FDL) over Montana
Jones (NEEN) (SV-1 8-6) 145: Josh Adams (FDL) over (NEEN) (For.) 152: Beau
Yineman (NEEN) over Lavonn Johnson (FDL) (Fall 3:55) 160: Forrest Yineman
(NEEN) over Bladimir Aviles (FDL) (Fall 2:39) 170: Spencer Millay (NEEN) over
Trey Halfmann (FDL) (Fall 3:16) 182: William Boyrington (FDL) over Simon Rall
(NEEN) (MD 16-3) 195: Jason Toshner (FDL) over Isaac Zilles (NEEN) (Fall 1:03)
220: Colton Wasieleski (FDL) over Matt Lange (NEEN) (Fall 0:17) 285: Donte
Johnson (FDL) over Kristopher Weber (NEEN) (Fall 1:12) 106: Blaise Donner
(NEEN) over (FDL) (For.) 113: Brandon Beauchamp (NEEN) over Cameron Casetta
(FDL) (Dec 8-5) 


December 19th


North @ Fond du Lac

Neenah @ Oshkosh

Appleton West @ Hortonville

Kimberly @ Appleton East

Oshkosh West @ Kaukauna


Oshkosh Lourdes
@ Oakfield

Lake/Princeton @ CWC



Fond du Lac @ Appleton North

Lomira @
St. Mary’s Springs

WLA @ North Fond du Lac

Omro @ Laconia

@ Chilton

@ Kewaskum

Waupun @ Plymouth

Two Rivers
@ New Holstein

Dodgeland @
CWC – 6pm

Chute @ Ripon


Boys Hockey

Sheboygan @ Waupun – 7pm


December 20th

Boys Hockey

Bay @ St. Mary’s Springs – 5pm

Fond du Lac @ Cedarburg – 9pm



Laconia @ West Bend East



Waupaca @
Fondy-Waupun – 12:45pm