Sports – Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

The Badger men’s basketball team tries to snap a two game
skid tonight as they travel to Minnesota.  Coverage begins at 7pm with the tip at 8pm on


Men’s College Hoops

Wright State 73 Milwaukee

Green Bay is home tonight
against Oakland


Women’s College Hoops

MSOE 75 Marian 53


The Bucks are home tonight against Detroit
The Bucks have lost 9 straight and have an NBA worst 7-33 record.


The Wisconsin Badgers Athletic Department sent out a press
release on Monday announcing seven newcomers who joined the football program at
the start of the 2nd semester. 
One of the players on the list was former St. Mary’s Springs All-State
linebacker Matt Austin as a preferred walk-on.


The new look NFL Pro Bowl rosters began to take shape as
legends Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders began to pick their teams.  Rice selected New Orleans QB Drew Brees with
his first pick while Sanders countered with Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles.  They took 11 players each last night with the
rest of the roster being selected tonight. 
Packers running back Eddie Lacy is still on the board.  You can hear the Pro Bowl on KFIZ Sunday
night.  Coverage begins at 6pm.


The NFL is looking at expanding the playoff format.  Sources say the league wants to add two more
teams to the mix or one more wild card in each conference.  That would mean 16 total teams would make the
postseason with just one team getting a bye. 
That would open the door for possibly Friday and Monday night playoff
games during the first weekend when six games would be played.


The Campbellsport boys basketball team jumped out to a 12-2
lead on WLA and picked up a 49-42 wire to wire win on Tuesday night.   The Cougars led 18-6 with 2:41 left in the
half, but the Vikings went on a 13-3 run to cut the lead to 21-19 at the
break.  WLA sliced the lead down to 1
point a few times but could never get over the hump.  C-Sport’s Isaiah Daniels scored 14 of his
game high 17 in the 2nd half to lead all scorers.  Jordan Dreikosen added 14.  Mitch McFarlane led WLA with 11 points while
Micah Callies added 10.  Campbellsport is
now 9-3 on the season while WLA drops to 3-10.


Tuesday, January 21st

Boys Basketball

Campbellsport 49 WLA 42

Ripon 51 Laconia

Mayville 55 Horicon 39

Lomira 78 St. John’s Military 37

New Holstein 58 St.
Lawrence 46

West Bend
East 56 Kewaskum 45

Chilton 65 St. Mary’s Central 51

Markesan 55 Oakfield 24

CWC 67 Valley Christian 49 – Logan Ganz & Tayler DeYoung
21 pts each

Kaukauna 46 Appleton
West 44


Girls Basketball

St. Mary’s Springs 54 Oakfield 27 – Kelli Schrauth 16 pts, 9

Waupun 75 Laconia

Random Lake 39 CWC 29


Boys Hockey

Fond du Lac 3 Marquette