Sports – Wednesday, January 14th, 2015

The Packers get back to work today as they get ready for
their trip to Seattle and the NFC Championship Game Sunday afternoon.  Aaron Rodgers isn’t expected to practice
today but will play on Sunday.   Coverage
begins on Sunday at 11am with the Kickoff set for 2pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


The New York Jets have hired Arizona defensive coordinator Todd Bowles as
their new head coach.  Rumors are
swirling that the Chicago Bears are ready to hire John Fox who was fired on
Monday after the Denver Broncos were ousted by the Colts in the NFL Division
Round of the playoffs.


The Wisconsin Badgers have officially announced that Joe
Rudolph will serve as offensive coordinator and Dave Aranda will return as
defensive coordinator.


downed the Marian men’s
basketball team 56-48 on Tuesday night at the Sadoff Gym.  Montrell Hobbs led the Sabres with 15
points.  Josh Creed had 12 points and 10
rebounds.   The Sabre (7-8, 6-4) men head
to Lakeland on
Thursday night.


The Marian women are home tonight against Aurora
The tip is set for 7pm at the Sadoff Gym.


On Saturday afternoon, the Marian men and women host
Benedictine in a double header which we will broadcast on KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 1:30pm with the women’s
game tip set for 2pm and the men set to tip at 4:15pm.


Men’s College Hoops

90 #2 Duke 74 – Duke’s 41 game home winning streak snapped

Ripon 106 Lake
103 – 2 OT



Creighton @ Marquette
– 8pm

Youngstown State @ Milwaukee
– 7:30pm


The Badger men’s basketball team will host Nebraska
on Thursday night at the Kohl
.  They hope to have Frank Kaminsky back after
missing the Rutgers loss with a
concussion.  Point guard Traevon Jackson
will be out with a broken foot. 
Bronson Koenig will move into the starting lineup.  Thursday night’s game tips at 8pm on KFIZ.


The Milwaukee Bucks are in London for a Thursday afternoon matchup with
the New York Knicks.  We’ll broadcast
tomorrow’s game on KFIZ.  The tip is set
for 2pm. 


Tuesday, January 13th

Boys Basketball

St. Mary’s Springs 66 Mayville 46 – Brennan Ottery 23 pts

51 WLA 48

North Fond du Lac 47 Lomira 37

Lutheran 59 Chilton 56

Oakfield 49 Valley Christian 45

61 CWC 54 – Cody Zonnefeld & Tyler DeYoung 14 pts each


Girls Basketball

Kimberly 47 Fond du Lac 36 – Ally Gietzel 12

61 Campbellsport 53

Waupun 60 Kewaskum 26

Sheboygan Falls 55 New Holstein 39

CWC 48 Montello 37 – Makayla De Young 14 pts


Boys Hockey

Fond du Lac
5 Beaver Dam 3 – Jack Nejedlo hat trick

10 Waupun 0


Boys Swimming & Diving

Oshkosh West 120 Fond du Lac 63

Fondy Winners:

Riley Pankratz  50
free:  23.60

200 free relay (Ben Kimball,
Cannon Lock, Ben Stoffel-Murray, Pankratz)  1:38.74 – season best

Diving:  Chase Ciske; 

2nd places:

200 Medley:  (Pankratz, Lock,
Kimball, Andrew Lepien)  1:50.83

200 free:  Ben
Stoffel-Murray   2:00.85 – career best

Diving:  Brett Dykstra 
158.55 – career best

100 free:  Riley
Pankratz  51.88

100 back:  Nick Page 
1:06.47  – career best