Sports – Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

With back to back home losses to Northwestern and Ohio State
the Badger men’s basketball team dropped out of the AP Top 25 this week.  UW is still #24 in the Coaches Poll.  The Badgers are at Illinois tonight.  The tip is set for 8pm.  We’ll join that game in progress after Fondy
basketball on KFIZ.


Brandon Knight buried a three-pointer with 1.4 seconds left
lifting the Bucks to a 101-98 win over the Knicks on Monday at BMO Harris
Bradley Center
.  The Bucks host Denver on Wednesday night.  You’ll hear it on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


The Packers announced that they are raising ticket prices by
$3 for the 2014 season.  They will also
change their playoff ticketing policy. 
They will only charge you for tickets once a game is officially going to
be played rather than billing people for all possible playoff games before the
postseason begins.  The Green Bay Press
Gazette reports that assistant special teams coach Chad Morton will not be back
next season. He has been with the team for the last four years.


The Seahawks and 49ers are the favorites to win next year’s
Super Bowl at 5-1.  Denver is 3rd at 11-2.  The Patriots odds are 10-1, while the Packers
and Saints sit at 15-1.


Men’s College Basketball

Marian 85 Dominican 81


Women’s College Basketball

Marian 81 Dominican 65

UW-Fond du Lac 47 UW-Fox Valley 42 – Katelyn Dins 17 points


The St. Mary’s Springs girls basketball team stopped Sheboygan Falls 49-27 in a non-conference game on
Monday night.  Ledger junior Kelli
Schrauth scored 12 points and became the first Ledger girl to pass 1,000 points
for her career.  Melanie Schneider paced
Springs with 13.


We’ve got Fondy hoops tonight on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ as Fond du Lac travels to
Appleton North.  Coverage begins at
7:05pm with the Backyard Grill Pregame Show. The tip is set for 7:30pm. The
game also streams at


Monday, February 3rd

Girls Basketball

St. Mary’s Springs 49
Sheboygan Falls 27

North Fond du Lac 67
Weyauwega-Fremont 63 – OT  Billi Retzlauf
& Kerrianna Disterhalf each scored 17


Boys Basketball

61 St. Lawrence 41

Campbellsport 56 Kiel


Boys Swimming & Diving

Appleton North/East 75 Fond du Lac 27




Kewaskum 63 Waupun 12


Tuesday, February 4th

Boys Basketball

Fond du Lac
@ Appleton North – on KFIZ

West @ Menasha

West @ Kaukauna

Neenah @ Oshkosh North

East @ Kimberly

KML @ St. Mary’s Springs

Lomira @ WLA

North Fondy @ Laconia

Mayville @ Omro

Chilton @ Reedsville


Girls Basketball

Appleton North @ Fond
du Lac

Tremper @ North Fondy

Madison Edgewood @ Lomira

Mayville @ Waupun

Cedar Grove

Ripon @ Berlin

Oakfield @ CWC


Boys Hockey

Badgerland Tournament 

Fond du Lac @ Waupun – 7:30pm

Fox Cities @ St. Mary’s Springs – 7:30pm