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WWIB/WOGO Podcasts

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

2/18/20 Basketball: Eau Claire Regis 58, McDonell Macks 52 (OT)

On the road yet again, and in a battle for the third spot in the conference, the Macks (13-6, 8-5 Western Cloverbelt Conference) went back and forth with the Ramblers (15-5, 9-4 WCC) but fell behind by seven points at the break.

In the second half, McDonell ground out a comeback to tie the game at 47, only to see a potential game-winner rim out at the buzzer. In the extra period, Regis took advantage of turnovers to pull out to a lead they would not relinquish.

WOGO "RadioActive" Award Watch:
Senior center Eion Kressin was active inside, notching yet another double-double while scoring 13 points, matched by the tally of junior guard Logan Hughes. Fellow junior Jake Siegenthaler battled foul trouble but still finished with 12.

Mabel Louise Steward on Tuesday, February 18, 2020

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.

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Mabel Louise Tuesday morning at 11:15 on wwib. 

2/18/20-Phil Clarke-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 weekdays live at 5:45 pm and 6:45 am on WWIB
Catcher Phil Clarke helped lead Vanderbilt University to the College Baseball World Series title last year hitting .316 with 6 homers and 59 RBIs in 54 games. A few days after the CWS Phil signed a huge contract with the Toronto Blue Jays. The former Tennessee state high school player of the year joins Greg on Sports and Commentary to visit about his first full season in the Jays organization, his incredible college season in 2019 and his faith. Part 1 of a series.

2/17/20 Basketball: Chippewa Falls-59 River Falls-56

The Chi High Boys(14-4, 9-1) strengthened their hold on the top spot in the BRC with a thrilling 59-56 home win over River Falls(14-5, 6-3). Peyton Rogers-Schmidt's game-winning 3-pointer from the deep left corner in the waning moments propelled Chi-High to the win. It also brings the Cardinals one step closer to the program's first Big Rivers Conference title in 32 years.

WOGO "RadioActive" Award Watch:
Senior Peyton Rodgers-Schmidt led the way with 27 points, including the game-winning 3-pointer, along with stellar defense, in helping the Cards to the win.

2/18/20 Morning Show Highlights!

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Chi Hi (9-8, 4-4 Big Rivers Conference) went on the road to face the Hudson Raiders (13-4, 8-1 BRC) without Caelan Givens who was out with injury. Hudson took the lead early but Chi Hi kept it close without, tying Hudson over and over, eventually taking a lead with a minute to play before Hudson answered back to take the win and take the season sweep. 

WOGO "RadioActive" Award Watch:
Senior Alexis Zenner kept the Cardinals offense going in the first half and Senior Aaliyah McMillan hit a clutch 3 to put Chi Hi ahead for their one lead of the game.