Sports – Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

Terrors stop Fondy

Appleton West beat the Fond du Lac boys basketball team 61-47 in the FVA opener on Tuesday night at the Acuity Fieldhouse.  The Terrors jumped out to a 21-9 lead after one quarter and never trailed.  Max Schebel led Fondy with 17 points.  Sophomore Brian Luteyn added 10.  Eastern Illinois recruit Jake Verhagen paced the Terrors with 20 points.  West is 3-0 on the season while Fondy drops to 1-1.  The Cardinals will host Kaukauna on Friday night.  You’ll hear it on KFIZ and streaming at


Tuesday, November 27th

Boys Basketball

Appleton West 61 Fond du Lac 47

Neenah 57 Appleton North 55

Oshkosh North 62 Oshkosh West 51

Kimberly 62 Menasha 43

Appleton East 45 Kaukauna 41

North Fond du Lac 55 Green Bay West 51

Waupun 57 Poynette 48

Sheboygan Falls 50 Campbellsport 43 – OT

West Bend West 56 Kewaskum 50

Little Chute 56 Ripon 44

Roncalli 66 Chilton 43

Oshkosh Lourdes 53 Oakfield 24

CWC 56 DeSota 54


Girls Basketball

St. Mary’s Springs 46 Cedar Grove-Belgium 25

Weyauwega-Fremont 53 North Fond du Lac 43

Berlin 45 Laconia 36

New Holstein 51 Valders 39

Ozaukee 49 Mayville 34

Random Lake 42 CWC 39


Boys Hockey

Fond du Lac 7 Arrowhead 0 – Ty Rebedew & Ian Tess-Wanat 2 goals each

St. Mary’s Springs 4 Homestead 3  – Conner Blank had a hat trick


Jennings Back

Packers WR Greg Jennings is expected to be a full participant at practice today as Green Bay begins preparations for the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday at Lambeau.  Jennings has been out with an abdominal injury.  Sunday’s game kicks off at 12noon with pregame set for 10am on KFIZ


Badgers vs. Huskers

The Wisconsin Badgers continue to get ready for their matchup with the Nebraska  on Saturday night in the Big Ten Championship Game at Indianapolis.  Coverage begins at 5pm and the kickoff is set for 7:15pm on KFIZ


Badgers Host Virginia

The Wisconsin Badger men’s basketball team hosts Virginia tonight in the Big Ten-ACC Challenge.  The Cavaliers are coached by former Badgers assistant Tony Bennett.  Coverage begins at 5pm with the tip set for 6pm on KFIZ.


ACC-Big Ten Challenge

 Indiana 83 North Carolina 59

Minnesota 77 Florida State 68

Virginia Tech 95 Iowa 79

Michigan 79 NC State 72

Maryland 77 Northwestern 57

Nebraska 79 Wake Forest 63


Tulane to Big East

The conference shuffling continues as Tulane was announced as a full-time member of the Big East on Tuesday. The Green Wave will help fill the hole left by Rutgers leaving for the Big 10 in 2014.  Louisville is expected to be the next to bolt the Big East for the ACC very soon.


Local Men’s College Hoops

Concordia, WI 59 Marian 58


Bucks Home Tonight

The first place Milwaukee Bucks are at home tonight as they host the New York Knicks at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. At 7-5 the Bucks lead the Central by 1.5 games over Chicago.  The Knicks are 9-4 and are tied with Brooklyn on top of the Atlantic Division.  That tip is set for 7pm.