Sports – Wednesday, March 30th, 2016

The Reds beat the Brewers 9-2
on Tuesday in Cactus League action. Opening Day starter Wily Peralta gave up 6
hits and 4 runs in four innings of work. 
Milwaukee wraps up Cactus League play
this afternoon as they take on Colorado
this afternoon.


The University of Wisconsin
Board of Regents approved the hiring of a pair of coaches on Tuesday.  Tony Granato will replace Mike Eaves as the
new men’s hockey coach.  Granato was a
two-time All-American during his playing days in Madison from 1983 to 1987.   He returns to college hockey after a long
NHL playing and coaching career.  He
played 13 seasons in the NHL before moving into coaching, which included two
stints as they head coach of Colorado.


Jonathan Tsipsis was hired to
replace Bobbie Kelsey as the women’s basketball coach in Madison
The 43-year-old has led George Washington to the last two NCAA
Tournament and in four seasons turned around the program to a 92-38 record.


Badger men’s basketball
assistant Gary Close is leaving the program after 13 seasons.  He told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel that
he wants to spend more time with his family.



Valpo 72 BYU 70

George Washington 65 San Diego State 46

The NIT Championship Game is
set for Thursday night at Madison
Square Garden


The Bucks host the Phoenix
Suns tonight at BMO
Harris Bradley
. Coverage begins
at 6:40pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


Men’s Soccer

4 Guatemala 0


Sabre Baseball Splits With

Platteville 10 Marian 0

Marian 9 Platteville 5 –
Sabres score 6 runs in the 7th

Marian is now 6-8 on the


Sabre Softball Sweeps Ripon

Marian 5 Ripon 2

Marian 9 Ripon 1

Tony Draves’ squad is 11-5 on
the season


North Fond du Lac’s girls
indoor track team traveld to Oshkosh
for the Girls Small Schools Meet. There were approximately 36 teams at this
meet. Frannie Sokolik scored points for the team by placing fifth in the 60m
and eighth in the high jump. Earning PR’s were Megan Zagar (60m hurdles),
Savana Strean (1600m), Dakota Wesenberg (shot put), and the girls 4x800m relay
dropped a massive ten seconds (Leah Forsythe, Linda Lopez, Savana Strean, Faith
Peebles). Next up for the Orioles will be the freshmen/sophomore boys meet in Oshkosh