Sports – Saturday, December 6th, 2014

Kendall Marshall scored 20
points as the Bucks beat the Miami Heat 109-85 at BMO Harris Bradley Center
on Friday night.  The Bucks are now 11-10
on the season.  They travel to Dallas on Sunday night.


The Marian men and women
host a doubleheader with Rockford
today.  The women get going at 2pm with
the men tipping off at 4:15pm at the Sadoff Gym.


UW-Marinette stopped the
UW-Fond du Lac men’s basketball team 80-65. 
Moe Craine had 22 points and 9 assists. 
Collin Pickart added 16 for the Falcons who drop to 4-4 overall and 2-2
in conference play.


The Badger men’s basketball
team is at Marquette
this morning.   You’ll hear it on
KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 10:30am with
the tip set for 11:30am on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ. 


The Badger football team is
in Indianapolis for the Big Ten Championship
Game against Ohio
.   You’ll hear that on KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 5pm with the kickoff set
for 7:17pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


With the Packers hosting Atlanta on Monday Night Football, we will still have NFL
action on Sunday as the Saints host Carolina.
Coverage on Sunday begins at 11:30am.


Friday, December 5th

Boys Basketball

Oshkosh West 63 Fond du Lac
49 – Brian Luteyn 19, Marcus Ruch 12

Kaukauna 43 Appleton East 26

Kimberly 40 Oshkosh North 39

Neenah 42 Appleton
West 32

Hortonville 63 Appleton North 38

St. Mary’s Springs 55 Omro
49 – Cory Nies 21 pts

WLA 51 Lomira 32 – Will Aird
20 pts

Laconia 77 North Fond du Lac

Two Rivers 85 Campbellsport

Cambria-Friesland 47
Oakfield 36

CWC 60 Montello 43


Girls Basketball

Oshkosh West 39 Fond du Lac
36 – McKenzie Hendrix 10 pts

Weyauwega-Fremont 40 North
Fond du Lac 35

Manitowoc Lutheran 46 Chilton 43

Campbellsport 42 Two Rivers

Waupun 57 Sheboygan Falls 33

Plymouth 51 New Holstein 45

Ripon 43 Berlin 30


Boys Hockey

Fond du Lac 3 Waupun 2 – Jack Nejedlo game winner



The Waupun
gymnastics team opened the season at the five team invite at Sun Prairie.
Juniors Jasmyn Bensley and Rachel McMahon led the way, placing 4th and 5th in
the all around. Bensley also
placed 3rd on floor with an 8.85, 5th on vault with an 8.7, and 2nd on beam
with a 7.95.  McMahon placed 6th
on floor as well.  Rounded out by
sophomores Lexia Hanser, Caitlyn Renning, and new comer Chloe Harmsen, the
Warriors handled themselves with confidence and poise, despite not having
enough competitors on vault and bars. The Warriors head to markesan Tuesday
night for a non- conference dual.


Saturday, December 6th

Boys Basketball

New Holstein
@ Reedsville

CWC @ Beaver Dam Wayland –

St. Lawrence @ Girbralter –


Girls Basketball

Sheboygan Falls @ St. Mary’s

CWC @ Beaver Dam Wayland –


Boys Hockey

Onalaska @ St. Mary’s
Springs – 4pm


Girls Hockey

Fondy-Waupun @ Green Bay – 6:30pm