Sports : Thursday, 12/29/16

Boys Basketball:

Ripon 72, Whitefish Bay Dominican 56 (WBBY Shootout)

Waupun 67, Luxemburg-Casco 40 (Shawano Classic – Kress Center in GB)

Girls Basketball:

Shiocton 40, St. Mary’s Springs 34.

Waupun 57, Catholic Memorial 52 (OT) (At Pewaukee Tournament).

Laconia 56, Kewaunee 47 (At Oshkosh West Holiday Tournament)

Boys Hockey:

Fond du Lac 1, Madison Edgewood 1 (OT). (At GB Notre Dame Tournament). Cardinals lose 2-1 in shootout.

St. Mary’s Springs 4, Brookfield 2 (At Waukesha Catholic Memorial Tournament)

Milwaukee Marquette 6, Waupun 5 (At Waupun Tournament)

Girls Hockey:

Fond du Lac 4, Rock County 1. (At Fond du Lac Tournament).

Sports on the air tonight, non-conference girls basketball action as Fond du Lac hosts New London. Coverage begins just after 7pm with tip off scheduled for 7:15 on KFIZ.


The Pro Football Hall of Fame has announced that next year’s Hall of Fame game will be played on a Thursday night, two days before the inductions into the pro football shrine. In recent years the game was played on a Sunday night, one night after the inductions. Prior to that the game was played on the same day as the induction ceremony at the Canton, Ohio, shrine. The participating teams will be announced in early 2017. Finalists for the class of 2017 will be revealed Tuesday, with the enshrinees selected on Feb. 4, the day before the Super Bowl

College Football:

Bowl Games Wednesday:

Pinstripe Bowl: Northwestern 31, Pittsburgh 24

Russell Athletic Bowl: Miami (FL) 31, West Virginia 14

Foster Farms Bowl: Utah 26, Indiana 24

Texas Bowl: Kansas State 33, Texas A&M 28

Bowl Games Thursday:

Birmingham Bowl: South Florida vs. South Carolina

Belk Bowl: Arkansas vs. Virginia Tech

Alamo Bowl: Oklahoma State vs. Colorado

Men’s College Basketball:

Big East:

Marquette 76, Georgetown 66. Markus Howard with 23 points to pace Marquette in their conference opener.

Big Ten:

Nebraska 87, Indiana 83

Purdue 89, Iowa 67.

Women’s College Basketball:

Big East:

Marquette 77, Villanova 71


Milwaukee 119, Detroit 94. Jabari Parker tallied 31 points, Giannis Antetokounmpo with 23 as the Bucks win on the road in Detroit. Milwaukee plays at Minnesota tomorrow night.