Sports – Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

The Wisconsin Badger men’s basketball team hosts Duke
tonight in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge at the Kohl Center.  Both teams are ranked in the top 5 of both
college basketball polls. Coverage begins at 7:30pm with tip set for 8:30pm on
News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


The Marian men’s basketball team edged MSOE 59-57 on Tuesday
night in Milwaukee.  Josh Creed had 19 points and Drew Binversie
added 10 points and 9 rebounds to lead the Sabres.  Marian hosts Wisconsin Lutheran on Thursday


The Cleveland Cavaliers edged the Bucks 111-108 on Tuesday
night on the shores of Lake Erie. Kyrie Irving
scored 28, Kevin Love 27 and LeBron James had 26 to pace the Cavs.   Brandon Knight scored 27 for the Bucks while
Jabari Parker added 22.  The loss drops
the Bucks to 10-9 on the season.  They
host Dallas tonight at BMO Harris Bradley Center.


Badger running back Melvin Gordon was named the Big Ten
Offensive Player of the Year.  Gordon and
his Badger teammates are getting ready for Saturday’s Big Ten Championship Game
against Ohio State
on Saturday night in Indianapolis.  Coverage begins at 5pm with the kickoff set
for 7:17pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


The College Football Playoff Committee has released this
week’s top four teams.  Alabama
remains #1, followed by Oregon at #2, TCU is 3rd
and unbeaten Florida
drops to #4.  The top for teams announced on Sunday will
play in the first ever college football playoff.


has fired head football coach Brady Hoke after four seasons.


Tuesday, December 2nd

Boys Basketball

Menasha 63 Fond du Lac 57 – Brian Luteyn 22 to lead Cards

Green Bay West 66 North Fond du Lac 28

66 Winneconne 60

KML 61 Campbellsport 51

CWC 60 Oakfield 31 – Cody Zonnefeld 10 pts, 9 asts for CWC

Living Word Lutheran 59 St Lawrence 39


Girls Basketball

Appleton West 51 Fond du Lac 50

Lomira 36 Winneconne 28

Mishicot 45 Chilton 39

Waupun 51 Campbellsport 18

Kiel 51 New Holstein

CWC 39 Oakfield 33

Lutheran 64 Ripon


Boys Hockey

St. Mary’s Springs 6 Fox Cities 5  – OT



Appleton North 45 Fond du Lac 30

160: Logan. Coppenger
(APNO) over Bladimir. Aviles (FDL) (MD 15-2) 170: Brock. Danielski (APNO) over
Dakota. Maas (FDL) (Fall 3:28) 182: William. Boyrington (FDL) over Cole. Wanta
(APNO) (Fall 0:00) 195: Jason. Toshner (FDL) over Alex. Jarrett (APNO) (Fall
5:34) 220: Colton. Wasieleski (FDL) over Tyler. Hill (APNO) (Dec 5-3) 285:
Donte. Johnson (FDL) over Hunter. Lee (APNO) (Fall 2:51) 106: Jake. Jones (APNO)
over . (FDL) (For.) 113: Cameron. Casetta (FDL) over Zach. Groskruetz (APNO)
(Dec 11-4) 120: Michael. Mejia (APNO) over . (FDL) (For.) 126: Gabe. Koenig
(APNO) over . (FDL) (For.) 132: Salah. Siddiqui (APNO) over . (FDL) (For.) 138:
Dellas. Vandenberg (APNO) over Tyrik. Viebranz (FDL) (TF 18-3 0:00) 145: Josh.
Adams (FDL) over Jake. Trofka (APNO) (Fall 1:15) 152: Jake. Trofka (APNO) over
Lavonn. Johnson (FDL) (Fall 1:59) 


Boys Swimming & Diving

Neenah 133 Fond du Lac 53
Chase Ciske wins diving, improving his score over 30 points for 176.20 – this
6-dive score is 9th best in school history. Trevor Goodwin career
best of  144.10 for a varsity letter score. 200 medley and 200 free relays
both season best times for 2nd place. Ben Stoffel-Murray drops over
6 seconds for 2nd place in 500 free. (Spencer Hanks dropped almost 8
seconds). Hanks, Jacob Swanson, and Chris Laudolff each won JV events.