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High School Sports Scores: Friday, January 2nd & Saturday, January 3rd

FRIDAY BOYS HOOPS Little Chute over Clintonville 58-33 Kewaunee over Shiocton 70-58 GIRLS HOOPS Green Bay Preble over Little Chute 55-41 St. Mary’s Central over Pacelli 46-33 BOYS HOCKEY Neenah/Hortonville over Marquette 3-0 GIRLS HOCKEY Fox Cities tied Lakeshore 2-2…

posted 2015-01-05 07:17:34 by WSCO

Cheesehead Invite: Kaukauna Wrestling Results

Kaukauna hosted one of the biggest High School Wrestling Invites in the midwest over the weekend, the Cheesehead.  Wrestlers from Kaukauna, Freedom, and Wrightstown, along with some of the top programs in the state and midwest took to the mats. …

posted 2015-01-05 04:49:36 by WSCO


Badgers handle Northwestern for road win

The Wisconsin Badgers improved their record to 14-1 on the season after picking up a 81-58 victory over the Northwestern Wildcats on Sunday night. Frank Kaminsky notched a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds, while also adding in six…

posted 2015-01-04 21:18:44 by WSCO


Golden Eagles beat the Friars

The Marquette Golden Eagles knocked off the Providence Friars 75-66 at the BMO Harris Bradley Center on Saturday afternoon.  The Golden Eagles were led by Juan Anderson with 18 points.  Luke Fischer added 11 points and Sandy Cohen III chipped…

posted 2015-01-03 15:29:27 by WSCO

High School Sports Schedule: Saturday, January 3rd

BOYS HOOPS Bay Port @ Neenah Waupaca @ Menasha GIRLS HOOPS Appleton North @ Brookfield East Hortonville @ New London Sussex-Hamilton  @ Appleton West Xavier @ Manitowoc-Lincoln BOYS HOCKEY Neenah/Hortonville vs Oregon (@ Cornerstone) GIRLS HOCKEY Appleton United @ Stoughton…

posted 2015-01-03 09:42:22 by WSCO


Bucks struggles at home continue; Pacers outlast Milwaukee

Milwaukee went 7 for 24 from beyond the arc and Indiana's defense presented problems all night as the Pacers beat the Bucks 94-91 Friday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The Bucks got double doubles from Zaza Pachulia and…

posted 2015-01-02 22:11:09 by WSCO

High School Sports Schedule: Friday, January 2nd

BOYS HOOPS Clintonville @ Little Chute Shiocton @ Kewaunee GIRLS HOOPS Green Bay Preble @ Little Chute St. Mary’s Central @ Pacelli BOYS HOCKEY Marquette @ Neenah/Hortonville GIRLS HOCKEY Kettle Moraine @ Fox Cities WRESTLING Kaukauna Cheesehead Invite:  Kaukauna, Freedom,…

posted 2015-01-02 09:41:03 by WSCO


Badgers win the Outback Bowl

Wisconsin defeated the Auburn Tigers 34-31 in overtime at the Outback Bowl on Thursday afternoon.  Auburn's kicker Daniel Carlson missed his 45 yard field goal attempt as the ball bounced off the upright to seal the deal for the Badgers…

posted 2015-01-01 15:18:25 by WSCO

High School Sports Scores: Wednesday, December 31st

BOYS BASKETBALL Kaukauna over Rice Lake 65-57

posted 2015-01-01 08:01:22 by WSCO


Bucks knockout Cavs for road win

With no LeBron James or Kevin Love, the Milwaukee Bucks would handle the injury-riddled Cleveland Cavaliers en route to a 96-80 road win on Wednesday.  With James sitting with a knee injury, and Love dealing with back spasms, the Bucks…

posted 2014-12-31 20:17:06 by WSCO

Marquette drops conference opener to DePaul

The Marquette Golden Eagles finished the calender year with a 61-58 road loss to the DePaul Blue Demons in their Big East Conference opener on Wednesday. Marquette would lead 32-26 at half, but allowed DePaul to close out the game…

posted 2014-12-31 18:15:01 by WSCO

High School Sports Schedule: Wednesday, December 31st

BOYS BASKETBALL Kaukauna vs Rice Lake – Concordia, Mequon

posted 2014-12-31 09:41:21 by WSCO

Felder keeps on trucking...not sure what happened to Koob this week, but no picks. Justin Hull  WHBY Radio Marques Pfaff…
posted by Justin Hull 1 month ago
Felder is back on top after Woodsy went on skid.  Watch out for Brett!! Justin Hull  WHBY Radio Marques Pfaff…
posted by Justin Hull 1 month ago
After a few weeks similiar picks, week 13 should provide some entertainment...seperate the men from Marques and I who are…
posted by Justin Hull 1 month ago