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WWIB/WOGO Podcasts

Monday, December 4, 2017

12/4/17 Basketball: McDonell Macks 65, Colfax 56

In a tightly contested non-conference game, the Macks (3-0, 1-0 Western Cloverbelt Conference) came back from a second-half deficit and were able to fend off a Vikings squad (0-3, 0-0 Dunn-St. Croix Conference) that was far better than their record indicated to preserve a perfect start to the young season.

WOGO "RadioActive" Award Watch:
Senior guard/forward Hayden Baughman poured in 19 of his game-high 31 points after the break and knocked down five three-pointers on the night, while sophomore center Eion Kressin was perfect from the field and the charity stripe and notched 10 points.

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12/4/17-Jake Wieneke-Pt.1

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 live at 5:45pm and 6:45am on WWIB
Jake Wieneke is an All-America Wide Receiver for South Dakota State University. The Jackrabbits Senior is also a finalist for this year's Campbell Trophy recognizing the top scholar athlete in the nation. The Maple Grove Minnesota native joins Greg to talk about his team's FCS postseason run, the potential of winning the academic "Heisman" and his faith. Part 1 of a 2 part series.

12-1-17 Basketball: Chi Hi 68 - Menomonie 46

As a part of the second half of a boys and girls basketball doubleheader, Chi-Hi (3-1, 2-0 Big Rivers Conference) got out to an early lead against Menomonie (2-2, 1-1 BRC), to hold a 10 point advantage at the half. With a series of buckets, especially those from behind the arc in the early 2nd half, the Cardinals continued to widen their lead and win handily by 22 points.

It was Chi-Hi's second conference victory in 4 days after they had beaten Hudson earlier in the week to assert themselves as a force to be reckoned with early in the season in the Big Rivers.

WOGO "RadioActive" Award Watch:
Sophomore Caelan Givens once again paced the Cards with 16 points to lead a very balanced scoring attack. Sophomores Alexis Zenner (13), Ashley Hanley (12), and Aaliyah McMillan (11) also cracked double figures in points for Chi-Hi. 

12/4/17 Morning Show Highlights

  • That's a lot of bacon...
  • Traffic woes.
  • Space pizza!