WWIB/WOGO Podcasts

WWIB/WOGO Podcasts

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

2/6/18 Basketball: McDonell Lady Macks 58, Eau Claire Regis 54

On the road at Regis, the Lady Macks (16-4, 10-3 Western Cloverbelt Conference) gave up the first seven points of the game, but then ripped off 12 straight and never surrendered the lead again, knocking off the conference front-runner and making school history with their first ever season sweep of the Rambers (12-7, 11-2 WCC).

WOGO "RadioActive" Award Watch:
Senior forward Abby Opsal vacuumed in double-digit rebounds and scored a game-high 22 points, while freshman guard Maggie Craker provided an offensive spark with 11 in the first half.

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Mabel Louise Steward on Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Image result for Mabel LouiseMabel Louise & Warren Steward founded WWIB in 1972.
Since the beginning of our broadcast ministry, Mabel Louise has played an active role in Bible teaching, counseling, and public speaking. Listen for her Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:15 am.

WWIB is 103.7 FM throughout western Wisconsin.

Translator stations:
93.5 FM in Marshfield
93.7 FM in La Crosse
94.3 FM in Wausau
Listen from everywhere at wwib.com streaming.

Mabel Louise, live on the air Tuesday at 11:15 am.

2/6/18-Jack Skille-Pt.3

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

Winger Jack Skille has played 10 seasons in the National Hockey League. Now the former Wisconsin Badger is skating in the Kontinental Hockey League, The Russian pro hockey league. Jack stopped by the WWIB Communications Center recently to talk about playing professionally with the Minsk Dynamo team and the spiritual journey God has had him on the last year. Part 3 of a series.

2/6/18 Morning Show Highlights

  • A new record!
  • Doritos...
  • Forgotten.

2/5/18 Basketball: Osseo-Fairchild 84, McDonell Macks 72

The Macks (10-7, 8-3 Western Cloverbelt Conference) found themselves down double digits at the half but fought their way back before a few late miscues doomed them against the physical Thunder (14-3, 10-1 WCC), who won their ninth straight.

WOGO "RadioActive" Award Watch:
Senior Hayden Baughman ran into foul trouble in the first half but carried the offense in the second and finished with 21 points.
Junior guard Cory Hoglund fought off an ankle injury to tally 16.

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