Sports : Wednesday, 12/21/16

Boys Basketball:

Fond du Lac 64, Neenah 61. The Cardinals rally in the second half to earn their first conference win of the season. Sam Fredrickson had 18 points, Jack Cole 13. Luke Loewe had 8 points for Fondy in his first action of the 2016 season.

St. Mary’s Springs 65, Lomira 48. Blake Ottery with 14 points to lead the Ledgers.

Winnebago Lutheran 60, Berlin 55. Alex Kuehl 17 points, Mason Herkstroeter with 15 for WLA.

Mayville 79, North Fond du Lac 71. Dawson Wodsedalek had 20 points for the Orioles, Mayville’s Caleb Martin had 39.

Laconia 70, Omro 49

FVA Boys Hoops last night: Oshkosh West 72, Appleton North 60, Oshkosh North 73, Hortonville 64, Kimberly 53, Appleton East 40, Appleton West 73, Kaukauna 69.

Girls Basketball:

Winneconne 59, North Fond du Lac 30. Nicole Scott with 12 points to lead the Orioles.

Waupun 48, Campbellsport 43

Chilton 50, Roncalli 38

Valders 67, New Holstein 25

Boys Hockey:

Waupun 8, Sheboygan 2

Girls Hockey:

Fond du Lac 10, Badger 3


Neenah 69, Fond du Lac 6.

Boys Swimming: Appleton North 92, Fond du Lac 87

Men’s College Basketball:

UW-Oshkosh 58, #7 St. Norbert 45.

Women’s College Basketball:

Robert Morris (IL) 64, Marian 47

DePauw (Ind.) 60, UW-Oshkosh 56

UW-Green Bay 61, Butler 34

NBA: LeBron James buried a go-ahead 3-pointer with 24 seconds left in overtime and the Cleveland Cavaliers held on for a 114-108 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday night. James had 34 points and Irving 28 for Cleveland. Jabari Parker had 30 points and Giannis Antetokounmpo added 25. The two teams meet again tonight in Cleveland. Pregame coverage starts at 5:40 on KFIZ.

NFL: Pro bowl teams were announced Tuesday. Packers safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, guard TJ Lang and quarterback Aaron Rodgers were named to the all-star team with tackle David Bakhtiari and wide receiver Jordy Nelson being named first alternates. Other alternates from the Packers include receiver Davante Adams, defensive tackle Mike Daniels and fullback Aaron Ripkowski.

Boca Raton Bowl: Western Kentucky 51, Memphis 31. Tonight it’s the Poinsettia Bowl as BYU plays Wyoming.