Sports – Friday, February 5th, 2016

Wisconsin Badgers won their 5th straight with a 79-68 win over Ohio State
at the Kohl Center on Thursday night.  Nigel Hayes scored 18 of his team high 21 in
the 2nd half.   The Badgers
will host Nebraska
on Wednesday night.


In the
Horizon League

Wright State 84  Milwaukee
83 – Akeem Springs 21 pts

UW-Green Bay
85 Northern Kentucky 78  – Carrington
Love 18 pts


Fond du Lac native Drew Diener’s Rockhurst men’s basketball team will be
in Wisconsin on Saturday when they take on
UW-Parkside in Kenosha.  Diener is in his 1st year as head
coach at the NCAA Division 2 university based in Kansas City
The tip is set for 3pm on Saturday. 


A pair of
Milwaukee Bucks will be participating in next weekend’s NBA All-Star Game
festivities in Toronto.  Khris Middleton will be in the three-point
contest and Jabari Parker will be playing in the Rising Stars Challenge.  The Bucks look to snap a four game losing
streak tonight in Utah.  The tip is set for 8pm central.  We’ll join that game in progress after Fondy
basketball on KFIZ.


The San Francisco Bay area is gearing up for Super Bowl 50
on Sunday at Levi’s Stadium.  You’ll hear
the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos on KFIZ..  Pregame coverage begins at 1pm with the
kickoff set for right around 5:30pm.


We’ve got
high school basketball tonight on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ as Fond
du Lac
hosts Neenah
at the Acuity Fieldhouse.  Coverage
begins at 7pm with the Tim Cruz Agency American Family Insurance Pregame
Show.  The tip is set for 7:30pm.


Click the link to hear
Fond du Lac boys coach Mark Ziebell preview Neenah


Badgerland Conference Hockey Tournament continues tonight at the Blue
Line.   St.
Mary’s Springs will play Fox Cities tonight at 5:30pm in Rink B.  Fond du Lac
faces off with Appleton
at 7:30pm in Rink A.  Waupun battles Neenah at 8pm in Rink
B.   All the teams will play again on
Saturday.  The championship match is set
for 7pm in Rink A.


Click here to listen to
Fond du Lac hockey coach Ryan Sarazin talk about the Badgerland Tournament


February 4th


Laconia 52
North Fond du Lac 46

WLA 59
Mayville 38 – Mitch McFarlane 16 pts

Omro 74
Lomira 47 – Kenny Immel 15 pts

Roncalli 69
Chilton 41

New Holstein
73 Kiel 68

84 CWC 44



Fond du Lac 71 Neenah
62 – Ally Gietzel 30, Aleah Wendals 19

North Fondy
67 Berlin 52 – Bryanna Morris, 23 pts, Kayla Duel 15

Waupun 53
Campbellsport 25

Oakfield 42
Cambria-Friesland 30

55 Ripon 29


February 5th


Neenah @ Fond du Lac

Kimberly @

Appleton West @ Oshkosh West

Kaukauna @ Appleton North

Oshkosh North @ Appleton East

@ Plymouth

@ Oakfield

Kewaskum @

Berlin @ Ripon

CWC @ Princeton-Green Lake



North Fondy

Laconia @ St. Mary’s Springs

Lomira @

Two Rivers @

New Holstein @ Brillion

CWC @ Princeton-Green Lake – 6pm


Boys Hockey

Conference Hockey Tournament at Blue Line

Beaver Dam
vs. Oshkosh
5pm – Rink A

St. Mary’s
Springs vs. Fox Cities – 5:30pm – Rink B

Fond du Lac vs. Appleton United – 7:30pm  – Rink A

Waupun vs. Neenah – 8pm – Rink B


February 6th


WLA vs. Prairie School
@ Homestead
High School – 11am

Milwaukee School of Arts @ St. Lawrence – 2pm

Chilton @ Sheboygan Falls


Boys Hockey

Conference Hockey Tournament at Blue Line


Girls Hockey

Fond du Lac hosts Conference Tournament – TBA


College Basketball

Marian @
Concordia, CHI – 2pm


College Basketball

Marian @
Concordia, CHI – 4:15pm