Sports – Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015

The Badger men’s
basketball team plays at Syracuse
tonight as part of the Big Ten-ACC Challenge. 
You’ll hear it on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ. 
Coverage begins at 5pm with the tip set for 6pm at The Carrier Dome.


Marquette is also home tonight as they host Grambling at BMO Harris Bradley Center.


Lutheran stopped the Marian men’s basketball team last night 81-71 at the
Sadoff Gym.  Josh Creed led the Sabres
with 14 points.  Alex Stecker added 12.  Marian travels to Benedictine on Saturday.


The Packers head
to Detroit today as they get ready for another
Thursday night match-up with the Lions.  You’ll hear tomorrow night’s game on KFIZ.
Coverage begins at 5pm on Thursday with the kickoff set for 7:30pm.


A day after Joe
Shobert was named Big Ten Linebacker of the Year, wide receiver Alex Erickson
was named 1st team all Big Ten by the media and 2nd team
by the coaches.  Safety Michael Caputo
was a consensus 2nd team pick. 
Offensive lineman Tyler Marz was a 2nd team pick by media and
3rd team by the coaches. 
Linebacker Vince Biegel was a 3rd team pick by both the
coaches and the media.


Shiocton rallied from 8
points down midway through the 2nd half to steal a 78-74 overtime
win over the St. Mary’s Springs boys basketball team on Tuesday night in the
season opener for both teams. The Ledgers led 34-31 at the break by hitting
eight first half three pointers and putting nine different players in the
scoring column.  SMSA held the lead the
entire 2nd half until a three-pointer by Nathan Schmidt with 1:51
left in regulation tied the game at 66. They went to OT tied at 68.  All ten of Shiocton’s overtime points came
from the free thrown line.  Kurt Mueller
scored 15 of his team high 17 points after the halftime break for the
Ledgers.  Austin Feyen added 12 and Owen
Spartz 11 in a losing effort.  Nathan
Schmidt finished with 30 points and Gage Kamp 23 for Shiocton.  St. Mary’s
Springs opens Flyway Conference play on Friday night when they host Lomira.


Click here to listen to the
KFIZ Radio Broadcast of the game.


Click here for postgame
comments from Ledger coach Kyle Krueger


Tuesday, December

Boys Basketball

Shiocton 78 St. Mary’s Springs 74 – OT – Kurt Mueller 17 pts

Berlin 56 North
Fond du Lac 21

Ripon 76 Laconia
47 – Lac: Drew Gunnik 11 pts

Dodgeland 53 St.
Lawrence 48 – Richard Lor 15 pts

Mayville 47
Campbellsport 42

Oakfield 58
Montello 57



Girls Basketball

Fond du Lac 51
Appleton West 46 – Ally Gietzel 14 pts

Laconia 57 North Fondy 37 – L: Kelsey Birschbach
11 N: Nicole Scott 10

Mayville 38 WLA
27 – Mattie Klingenmeyer 11 pts for Mayville

Lomira 43 Omro 31

Winneconne 48
Campbellsport 33

Sheboygan Falls 49 Chilton 23

Valders 65 New Holstein 24

Waupun 69 Berlin 24

Ripon 63 Kewaskum
60 – OT

CWC 57
Cambria-Friesland 29 – Courtney DeVries 19 pts


Boys Hockey

Fox Cities 4 St.
Mary’s Springs 2 – Grebe & Sarauer had SMSA goals

Waupun 5 Fond du
Lac 4 – Caylen Dyni 2 goals for Fondy


Boys Swimming
& Diving

Manitowoc 88 Fond
du Lac 82

200 Medley
Relay:  Ben Stoffel-Murray, Andrew Park,
Cannon Lock, Jacob Swanson

200 Individual
Medley:  Ben Stoffel-Murray

100 fly:  Cannon Lock

100 back:  Ben Stoffel-Murray

100 breast:  Cannon Lock


Many best times;
Andrew Park with 2 second places; Nick Dilling 2 second places; Keegan Buros
2nd in 50 and 3rd in fly; Abe Stoffel-Murray 2nd in 100 in best time;

     Carter Drost 2nd in back.

December 2nd

Girls Hockey

U-School @ Fondy-Waupun
– 5pm


Women’s College

Dominican @
Marian – 7pm