Sports : Sunday, 10/8/17
Saturday’s High School Results:
Fond du Lac won the Madison East Invite with wins over Waukesha North, Hartford, Beloit Memorial, Madison East and another win over Hartford in the Championship Match. Monica Dreifuerst totaled 36 kills and 10 aces, Ava Tryon had 33 kills, Megan Wendt added 21 kills. Maggie Stellmacher had 45 digs, while Emily Thompson added 109 assists.
Laconia went 2-2 at the Brillion Tournament with wins over Port Washington and Coleman and losses to Brillion and Southern Door. Hailey Bartz had 51 assists to go along with 5 aces. Taylor VandeBerg had 20 kills, Jenn Beatie had 25 digs, Alissa Dins and Sydney Dahlke each had 10 blocks.
Central Wisconsin Christian finished in second place at the Trailways Conference Tournament. The Crusaders defeated Cambria, Fall River and Markesan to advance to the Championship Game. In the title match, the Crusaders fell to Oshkosh Lourdes 2-1 (25-15, 22-25, 12-15).
Wisconsin 38, Nebraska 17
–Jonathan Taylor ran for 249 yards on 25 carries and two touchdowns as the Badgers won over the Cornhuskers in Lincoln. Wisconsin put the Huskers away with 21 unanswered points after a Nebraska pick-six with 10:43 left to play in the 3rd quarter tied the game at 17. Wisconsin totaled 355 yards rushing in the game, as they improve to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in the Big Ten. The Badgers host Purdue next Saturday.
Iowa 45, Illinois 16
Purdue 31, Minnesota 17
Penn State 31, Northwestern 7
Michigan State 14, Michigan 10
Ohio State 62, Maryland 14
Indiana 27, Charleston Southern 0
UW-Oshkosh 49, UW-Stevens Point 14
UW-Whitewater 14, UW-Stout 0
UW-Platteville 24, UW-River Falls 14
UW-La Crosse 45, UW-Eau Claire 14
St. Norbert 17, Ripon 0
University of Chicago 28, Lawrence 0
Macalester College 56, Beloit 21
Men’s College Soccer:
Aurora 4, Marian 1
Women’s College Soccer:
Aurora 1, Marian 0
Women’s College Volleyball:
Dominican 3, Marian 1 (25-17, 25-11, 22-25, 25-17)
Women’s College Tennis:
Marian 9, Concordia-Chicago 0
Men’s College Hockey:
Wisconsin 3, Ohio State 2
Women’s College Hockey:
Wisconsin 5, Syracuse 2
Sports on the air today:
NFL: The Packers travel to Dallas to take on the Cowboys. Coverage begins at 1pm with kickoff at 3:25. We will join Sunday Night Football in progress following Packers Postgame at 9pm, as Houston hosts Kansas City.