Sports – Monday, March 9th, 2015
It was a big weekend St. Mary’s
basketball. The Ledger girls won their
Division Four Sectional Final over Whitefish Bay Dominican 56-34 on Saturday
afternoon at Hartland Arrowhead. The
Ledgers will facing defending champion
night at 6:35pm at The Resch Center in
hear it on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ presented by BCI Burke Company. The playoffs are
brought to you by Taco Bell.
won their Regional Final on Saturday night with a 56-44 win at Oshkosh
Lourdes. The Ledgers will travel to
Sheboygan North for a Division Four Sectional Semifinal against Howards Grove.
That game has been moved to Wednesday night.
You’ll hear it on KFIZ. Coverage
begins at 6:35pm with the Tim Cruz Agency American Family Insurance Pregame
Show. The tip is set for 7pm presented
by BCI Burke Company. The playoffs are
brought to you by Taco Bell
The Ripon boys basketball team advanced to the Division
Three Sectional Semifinals with a 77-61 win over
The Tigers will face Poynette on Thursday at
In Division One boys,
Regionals. They will meet on Thursday
night at Menasha. Kimberly also advanced
to the Sectional and will face DePere on Thursday night at Green Bay
In Division Two, both Kaukauna and Hortonville were knocked
out in Regional Finals.
The Badger men’s basketball team wrapped up their regular
season by blowing out
added 15. The Big Ten champs will open
conference tournament play on Friday morning at 11am. The Badgers regular season ends at 28-3.
The Bucks host
tonight at the
The Dodgers beat the Brewers 4-3 on Sunday in Cactus League
action. Carlos Gomez drove in a run and
Matt Clark tied it in the 9th with a solo homer before Dodgers
prospect Corey Seager drove in the game winner.
Mike Fiers got the start and gave up just one unearned run in 2 and 2/3
innings of work. Jimmy Nelson gets the
start this afternoon against the Reds.
Kevin Harvick won the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at
Ryan Newman 3rd. Dale
Earnhardt, Junior was 4th.
Kenseth was 9th.
Dustin Johnson won the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral on
Sunday at -9. He was one shot better JB
Holmes and two shots better than Bubba Watson.