Sports – Saturday, December 7th, 2013

Bucks Win

The Bucks picked up a rare road win with a 109-105 win at Washington in overtime.  Khris Middleton led the way with 29. The
Bucks host Brooklyn tonight at the BMO
Harris Bradley
. Coverage begins
at 7:10pm.


The Badger men’s basketball team hosts Marquette
this afternoon at the Kohl
.  You’ll hear all the action on News-Talk 1450
KFIZ.  The pregame is set for Noon with
the tip set for 1:15pm.


The Packers host Atlanta
on Sunday at Lambeau.  Aaron Rodgers is
out for the game and Matt Flynn will get the start.  You’ll hear all the action on News-Talk 1450
KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 10am with the
kickoff set for Noon.


The Houston Texans have fired head coach Gary Kubiak as they
ride an 11 game losing streak.


Big Ten Title Game

Michigan State vs. Ohio


SEC Title Game

Auburn vs. Missouri


Pac Ten Title Game

Stanford vs. Arizona


head coach Chris
Peterson is finally leaving the blue turf. 
He’ll take the head coaching job at Washington.


The draw was held for next year’s World Cup.  The United
is pooled with Ghana,
Portugal, and Germany.


The WIAA Board of Controls voted 6-2 on a 76 team conference
realignment plan in eastern Wisconsin
on Friday.  The plan includes moving
Kettle Moraine Lutheran out of the Flway and into a new 8 team league that
includes Campbellsport, Kewaskum, Plymouth,
Waupun, Ripon, Winneconne, and BerlinSt. Lawrence
Seminary would be a full-time member of the Flway, which would leave the
conference with just seven teams for football.  Chilton and New Holstein would also include;
Roncalli, Valders, Brillion, Kiel, Sheboygan Falls,
and Two Rivers
Final approval of the changes will come to vote in January.


Friday, December 6th

Boys Basketball

Appleton East 47 Fond du Lac 27 – Joe Schorse 13 points

North 87 Menasha 42

Kimberly 70 Appleton
West 64 – 2 OT

Neenah 48 Oshkosh West 22

Kaukauna 44 Appleton
North 42

Waupun 56 Kiel

Campbellsport 54 New Holstein

Two Rivers 64 Kewaskum 29

Valders 66 Chilton 55

Nation 43 St. Lawrence 30


Girls Basketball

Appleton East 43 Fond du Lac 41

St. Mary’s Springs 38 Laconia 36

WLA 50 North Fond du Lac 46 – OT

Mayville @ Lomira

Two Rivers 56 Kewaskum 33

Markesan 38 Oakfield 19


Boys Hockey

St. Mary’s Springs 5 West Salem 1