Sports : Sunday, 12/11/16

Boys High School Basketball: 


Fond du Lac 82, Milwaukee Juneau/Reagan 41. 

–The Cardinals pick up their first win of the season behind 18 points from Drew Jorgensen, Jack Rusch had 15 points, Caleb Goldstein 12 and Sam Fredrickson 10. Fondy is back in action on Friday as they host Hortonville. 

Winnebago Lutheran 73, West Lutheran 45 (At the Martin Luther College Classic in Minnesota). 

Girls High School Basketball: 


Arrowhead 67, Fond du Lac 29. 

St. Mary’s Springs 66, Two Rivers 32

Winnebago Lutheran 49, West Lutheran 40 (At the Martin Luther College Classic in Minnesota). 

Boys High School Hockey:

Cedarburg 4, Fond du Lac 1

St. Mary’s Springs 4, Aquinas/Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau/Holmen 0

Girls High School Hockey: 

Appleton United 3, Fond du Lac 0

High School Wrestling: 

Fond du Lac finishes 3rd in its pool in the Dells Duals Classic with wins over St. Croix Falls, Stoughton and Wisconsin Dells. Losses to Prairie Du Chien and Whitnall. Donte Johnson goes 4-0 for the Cardinals. Garrett Sphatt 3-0, Colin Athanasiou 4-1. 

North Fond du Lac/Springs wrestlers went 1-2 at the Sheboygan Falls Invite, with a win over St. Lawrence Seminary and losses to West Allis Hale and Sheboygan Falls. Andrew Forsythe, Junior Hernandez, Zach Choate and Austin Hernandez were all 3-0 on the day. 

Lomira finishes 3rd in its pool in the Dells Duals Classic, with wins over Random Lake, Slinger and Mineral Point. Losing to Stoughton and Stratford. Collin Feucht goes 5-0, Mason Neuman, Allan Klink and Adam Kinyon go 4-1. 

Laconia finishes 6th in its pool at the Dells Duals Classic, losing to Kewaskum, Kimberly, Cumberland, Wautoma/Wild Rose and Spring Valley/Elmwood. Zach Coffeen and Caleb Hopp go 5-0 for the Spartans. 

Campbellsport took first place at the Viking Invitational at Winnebago Lutheran. Host WLA took second place. For Campbellsport, Dylan Bublitz, Derek Bublitz, Cade Heisdorf, Taylor Heltemes, Joe Lindsley all took first. For WLA, Luke Meihack, Ethan Guse, Grant Manke and Ryan Jacobs all take first. 

Men’s College Basketball: 

Wisconsin 93, Marquette 84

–The Badgers used a 58 point second half to defeat Marquette at the Bradley Center in the annual meeting between in-state rivals. The Badgers shot 64 percent in the second half, after trailing 40-35 at halftime. Bronson Koenig led the way with 18 points, Nigel Hayes had 17, Kahlil Iverson 16 in the win. Markus Howard led Marquette with 22. The Badgers are 9-2, they host UW-Green Bay on Wednesday. 

Loyola-Chicago 72, UW-Milwaukee 56

NACC: Rockford 98, Marian 96 (2OT)

Women’s College Basketball: 

NACC: Rockford 85, Marian 71

NBA: Washington 110, Milwaukee 105. The Bucks drop their 2nd straight, despite another big night from Giannis who had 28 points and 13 rebounds. The Bucks are at Toronto on Monday. 

College Football: 

NCAA Division 3 Playoffs: 

UW-Oshkosh 10, John Carroll (OH) 3. 

–Oshkosh will play for the D3 National Championship for the first time in school history next week in Salem, Virginia

Mary Hardin Baylor 14, Mount Union 12

Army 21, Navy 17. 

–Army beats Navy for the first time since 2001. 

Lamar Jackson of Louisville won the 2016 Heisman Trophy. He is the first Louisville player to win the honor. the sophomore quarterback accounted for 51 touchdowns this season, throwing for 30 and running for 21, passing for 3,390 yards and had 1,538 yards on the ground this season. 

Men’s College Hockey: Michigan 4, Wisconsin 1

Women’s College Hockey: Wisconsin 5, Ohio State 0

Women’s College Volleyball (NCAA Elite Eight):

Stanford 3, Wisconsin 2 (25-18, 26-24, 21-25, 21-25, 9-15). 

–Wisconsin falls in the Elite Eight as Stanford rallies from a 2-0 deficit to advance to the Final Four in Columbus, Ohio. 

Sports on the air today, the Packers host the Seahawks at Lambeau Field. Pregame coverage starts at 1pm, kickoff at 3:25.