Sports, Wednesday, November 21st, 2012
The Wisconsin Badger men’s basketball team pounded Presbyterian 88-43 at the Kohl Center. Ben Brust scored 20 and Sam Dekker 16 for UW who will now head to Las Vegas for a tournament this weekend. They will pay Creighton in the opening round on Friday night.
Golden Eagles Win
A day after being upset by Butler, Marquette had no problem with Mississippi State wint 89-62 at the Maui Invitational in Hawaii. Vander Blue had 18 points and Davante Gardner added 15. Marquette will play USC today. A day after beating Marquette, Butler upset North Carolina 82-71,
DIII Hoopster score 138
Jack Taylor who plays for Division III Grinnell score 138 points in their 179-104 win over Faith Baptist Bible last night. The guard from Black River Falls made 52 of 108 shots and hit 27 of 71 three-point attempts. The previous scoring record for points in a game was 113.
Rutgers Joins Big Ten
It became official on Tuesday as Rutgers accepted an invitation to join the Big Ten Conference. The Scarlett Knights plan to join the league in 2014 along with Maryland.
Badgers Get Ready For Penn State
The Wisconsin Badger football team will head to Happy Valley on Saturday for their regular season finale against Penn State. Right tackle Rob Havenstein may miss the game after suffering a knee injury against Ohio State. Saturday’s game kicks off at 2:30pm. Coverage begins at 12:30pm on KFIZ.
Bucks On KFIZ
The Bucks will play the Heat in Miami tonight. Coverage begins at 6:10pm with the tip set for 6:30pm on KFIZ.
Tuesday, November 20th
Manitowoc Lutheran 52 WLA 49 – Tim Edwards 11 pts. Ben Wolf 8 pts, 9 rbs
Campbellsport 54 North Fond du Lac 37
Waupun 59 Mayville 44
Brillion 62 New Holstein 59
Sheboygan Falls 47 Chilton 44
CWC 57 Markesan 23
Valley Christian 49 Oakfield 47
Manty Lutheran 50 WLA 36
North Fond du Lac 48 Campbellsport 37 – Nicole Seidel 18, Haley Feucht 14
Oconomowoc 34 Lomira 22
Sheboygan South 57 Waupun 28
Chilton 45 New Holstein 30
West Bend West @ Kewaskum
Little Chute 62 Ripon 21
Fondy Swimmers 2nd
The Fond du Lac boys swimming and diving team was 2nd in a three team event at Sheboygan North on Tuesday. Fondy won the 400 relay and also Riley Pankratz won the 100 and 200. Cameron Van Beek won the 200 medley and the 500 free. North won the event and Kiel was 3rd.