WWIB/WOGO Podcasts

WWIB/WOGO Podcasts

Monday, January 21, 2019

1/21/19 Basketball: Chi Hi 55-New Richmond 40

Chi Hi (6-8, 4-3 Big Rivers Conference) went on the road for an inter-conference showdown with New Richmond (9-5, 7-0 Middle Border Conference). The game was played in a patient but sometimes sloppy fashion, and Chi Hi led wire to wire in an impressive non-conference victory for their second straight win. 

WOGO "RadioActive" Award Watch:
Senior Tyler Robarge finished with 17 points despite foul trouble, and finished shots in the paint right when the Cards needed them. Junior Peyton Rogers Schmidt repeatedly got to the free throw line and scored 12 points. 

1/21/19-Luke Poorman-Pt.2


















Each weekday Greg Steward visits with some of the best know athletes and coaches in the world about their sport and their faith. The show is heard weekdays live at 5:45pm and 6:45am on WWIB.
Quarterback Luke Poorman has won the last 2 NCAA Division 3 football championships with 2 different schools. The former Mt Union "Purple Raider" was part of that team's title in 2017 then transferred to this years champion the University of Mary Hardin Baylor. Luke joins Greg on Sports and Commentary to visit about the 2-fer, why he transferred and his faith. part 2 of a 3 part series.







1/21/19 Morning Show Highlights

  • Haggis!
  • Meteor shower.
  • Goats.
  • Marriage and parenting.

1/19/19-Chi Hi Boys Hockey vs. Sun Prairie


















Greg Steward and Jason Krista with the call of Chi Hi Boys vs. Sun Prairie at the Chippewa Ice Arena from 1/19/19






Sunday, January 20, 2019

1/18/19 Basketball: Chippewa Falls 68, Eau Claire North 33

Chi Hi (11-3, 7-0 Big Rivers Conference) got off to a slower start and Eau Claire North (5-9, 2-5 BRC) hung tough early in the first half before the Cards built a double figure lead at the break. Chi Hi put it away in the second to complete the season sweep of the Huskies. 

WOGO "RadioActive" Award Watch:
Junior Aaliyah McMillan had a spectacular second half after a quieter first half to finish with 19 points to lead all scorers. Caelan Givens did most of her damage in the first half, en route to 16 points. 

Friday, January 18, 2019