Sports : Tuesday, 1/31/17
Hortonville 82, Fond du Lac 73.
–Ally Gietzel scored 29 points, Megan Dille 17 and Aleah Wendels 13 as the Cardinals fell at home to the Polar Bears. Fond du Lac is next in action at Neenah on Thursday.
St. Mary’s Springs 59, Mayville 50.
–Anja Smith scored 26 points to lead Springs in their win over the Cardinals.
Winnebago Lutheran 44, Watertown Luther Prep 41
Berlin 59, Ripon 53
Waupun 46, Columbus 39
Reedsville 67, New Holstein 41
Chilton 69, Mishicot 64
Winnebago Lutheran 62, Lomira 47
–Alex Kuehl scored 14 points, Zach Wright and Eric Schmitz each had 13 for the Vikings.
Horicon 56, Mayville 47
New Holstein 71, Kiel 53
Cambria-Friesland 56, Central Wisconsin Christian 50
Winnebago Lutheran 57, St. Lawrence Seminary 18
Sports on the air tonight, Boys High School Basketball as Fond du Lac travels to Hortonville. Coverage begins just after 7 with tipoff scheduled for 7:15 on KFIZ.
NACC: MSOE 65, Marian 48
The Badger Men’s basketball team has entered the top 10 in both national polls after a week that saw a number of ranked teams lose. Wisconsin climbs six spots to number nine in the Coaches Poll and five spots to number 10 in the Associated Press top 25. In the AP Poll, Gonzaga takes the top spot in tis week’s rankings. The Bulldogs are the only undefeated team left in the nation at 22-0. Rounding out the top five are Baylor, Kansas, Villanova and Arizona. The second five includes Louisville, West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia and the Badgers.
Sophomore Forward Ethan Happ of the Badger Men’s Basketball team was named player of the week in the Big Ten Conference for the second straight week. Happ averaged 23 points, seven rebounds and two assists per game in Wisconsin’s two wins last week against Penn State and Rutgers. That included his career high 32 points on 12 of 18 shooting in the overtime win over Rutgers on Saturday. Happ ranks fifth in the Big Ten with 17.1 points per contest and 8.1 rebounds per game, and leads the conference in steals with 2.8.
Badgers at Illinois tonight, tipoff time is 8pm. We will join coverage in progress after high school basketball tonight on KFIZ.
The St. Louis Cardinals have been ordered by Major League Baseball to pay Houston $2 million dollars and give the Astros two picks in this year’s draft for an employee hacking the Astros. Commissioner Rob Manfred also banned former St. Louis scouting executive Christopher Correa for life.
Correa pleaded guilty to five counts of unauthorized access of a protected computer from 2013 to at least 2014 and last July was sentenced by a federal judge to 46 months in prison and ordered to pay the Astros $279,038.65 in restitution.