Sports – Wednesday, January 6th, 2016

The Chicago Bulls beat the
Bucks 117-106 on Tuesday night in the Windy City.  Jimmy Butler scored 20 of his 32 in the 1st
half.  Khris Middleton led Milwaukee with 26.  The Bucks host Dallas on Friday night.


Henry Ellenson scored 13
points and grabbed 10 rebounds as Marquette won
at #8 Providence
65-64 on Tuesday night in Big East play.  
Duane Wilson hit the game winner with :31 seconds left.  The Golden Eagles will host St. Johns on Saturday afternoon. 


Indiana edged Wisconsin 59-58 in Bloomington on Tuesday night.  Nigel Hayes and Bronson Koenig led UW with
15.  The Badgers host Maryland on Saturday at Noon.  You’ll hear it on KFIZ.


The Packers get back on the
practice field today as they get ready for their NFC Wild Card playoff matchup
with the Redskins on Sunday.  You’ll hear
the NFL Playoffs on KFIZ. Saturday we’ll have a double header as the Chiefs
play at Houston then it’s the Bengals hosting Pittsburgh.  Coverage begins at 4pm on Saturday.  The Packers and Redskins kickoff at
3:40pm.  That mean’s it’s a 1pm pregame
show on KFIZ.


Mayville High School has hired Tom Noennig as their new football
coach.  Noennig has been has Hartford since 2009.  He coached at Mayville from 2004 to 2007 and
won a WIAA Division 4 State Championship in 2006.


Kaukauna stopped the Fond du Lac boys
basketball team 83-75 at the Acuity Fieldhouse on Tuesday night. The #1 ranked
team in Division Two jumped out to a 49-30 lead at the half.  Sophomore Jordan McCabe scored 27 of his game
high 38 in the 1st half for the Ghosts (8-0, 5-0).  Drew Jorgensen and Caleb Goldstein each
scored 22 for the Cardinals.  Jack Cole
added a career high 14 in the loss. 
Fondy (3-5, 1-4) travel to Appleton East on Friday night.  You’ll hear it on KFIZ. 


Click here for postgame
comments from Fondy coach Mark Ziebell


Tuesday, January 5th

Boys Basketball

Kaukauna 83 Fond du Lac 75

Appleton West 36 Appleton
North 31

Kimberly 68 Oshkosh West 59

Hortonville 83 Oshkosh North 82

Neenah 54 Appleton
East 52

Campbellsport defeats North
Fondy – no score reported

Waupun 73 Laconia 53

Markesan 57 Oakfield 47

Valders 71 Chilton 30

Montello 67 CWC 39


Girls Basketball

St. Mary’s Springs 60 North
Fond du Lac 47

WLA 50 Omro 35  – Mackenzie Boehlke 15

Laconia 57 Mayville 53

Lomira 52 Berlin 35

Ripon 64 Wautoma 54


Boys Hockey

Neenah 2 Fond du
1 – Noah Wilson had Cards goal

Oshkosh 3 St. Mary’s Springs 2 – Zach Welsch 2 goals

Waupun 7 Fox Cities 3


Boys Swimming and Diving

Appleton East 106 Fond du Lac


Men’s College Hockey

River Falls 3 Marian 2


Wednesday, January 6th

Men’s College Basketball

Marian @ Lakeland – 7pm