Sports : Tuesday, 11/29/16
High School Basketball on the air tonight, the Fond du Lac Cardinals open their season with a non-conference game against Menomonee Falls. Coverage begins just after 7pm with the tipoff at 7:15 on KFIZ.
Boys High School Basketball:
Shiocton 91, St. Mary’s Springs 88. Cade Christensen with 19 points to lead the Ledgers.
Sheboygan Falls 80, Winnebago Lutheran 58
Girls HS Basketball:
Lomira 66, Cedar Grove-Belgium 42
Waterloo 52, Oakfield 48
Other HS Games for Tuesday:
Boys Basketball: Ripon at Lomira, Wrightstown at Chilton, Markesan at North Fond du Lac, Oshkosh Lourdes at Laconia, Cambria-Friesland at Central Wisconsin Christian
Girls Basketball: Fond du Lac visits Kimberly, Waupun is at Berlin, Winneconne is at Campbellsport, Kewaskum visits Ripon, Chilton visits New Holstein, Hartford visits Mayville, Cambria-Friesland is at Central Wisconsin Christian, Oakfield hosts Pardeeville.
Boys Hockey: St. Mary’s Springs hosts Homestead, Fond du Lac hosts Milwaukee Marquette. Both games at the Blue Line tonight.
Aaron Rodgers threw for 313 yards and two touchdowns as the Packers broke a four game losing streak with a 27-13 win over Philadelphia on Monday Night Football. The Packers led 14-10 at halftime and 17-13 at the end of the third quarter, A touchdown run by Aaron Ripkowski and a Mason Crosby Field Goal helped Green Bay seal the win. Davante Adams caught 5 passes for 113 yards and both touchdowns from Rodgers. The Packers defense sacked Eagles rookie quarterback Carson Wentz four times and intercepted him once as they handed Philadelphia their first loss at home on the season. The Packers are 5-6, they host the Houston Texans on Sunday.
Men’s College Basketball: The Badgers drop a spot to #17 in this week’s Associated Press Top 25. Wisconsin takes their 5-2 record into tonight’s game against Syracuse in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. Syracuse is 4-1 and comes in ranked #22 in the nation. Tip off at the Kohl Center is at 6:30 pm.
Big Ten/ACC Challenge Scores from Monday:
Florida State 75, Minnesota 67
Northwestern 65, Wake Forest 58
On the schedule tonight: Pittsburgh at Maryland, Georgia Tech at Penn State, NC State at Illinois, Iowa at Notre Dame and Michigan State at Duke.