Sports – Sunday, November 15th, 2015

The Bucks took
down LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers 108-105 in double overtime last
night at BMO Harris Bradley
.   Seven Bucks scored in double figures
including Jerryd Bayless and Michael Carter-Williams with 17 each.


Men’s College

UW-Milwaukee 71
Lipscomb 65

Marian 67
Finlandia 64 – Montrell Hobbs
& Josh Creed 18 pts


The Badger men’s
basketball team hosts Sienna tonight at the Kohl Center.  Coverage begins at 6pm with the tip set for
7pm on KFIZ.


The Big Ten has
set the Badgers kickoff time against Northwestern next Saturday for
2:30pm.  Coverage begins at 12:30pm on


The Packers look
to snap a two game losing skid today as they host Detroit at Lambeau. Ron Wolf will be honored
at halftime with his name placed in the Ring of Honor. Coverage begins at 10am
with the kickoff at Noon.


A stunner at UFC
193 last night at Holly Holm knocked out Rhonda Rousey in the 2nd round.


Flinton Floyd
rushed for 4 TDs as St. Mary’s Springs routed Grantsburg 34-7 in a WIAA
Division Six State Football Semifinal on Saturday in Schofield.  The Ledgers will face Darlington in a rematch
of last year’s title game on Thursday at 1pm at Madison’s Camp Randall Stadium.  The Ledgers won last year’s contest
37-28.  Coverage begins at 12:05pm with the
kickoff set for 1pm on KFIZ.


At the WIAA Girls
State Swimming and Diving Meet in Madison, Fond du Lac’s Kristille McCadden
finished 17th in the 200 freestyle and Maddie Corbin was 24th
in her preliminary diving competition.


Semi-Pro Hockey

Fond du Lac Bears 22 Iron Ranger Marquette


Men’s College

Adrian 3 Marian 2