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KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 2/22/18

22-Feb-2018

Girls High School Basketball:

 

WIAA Regional Quarterfinals:

 

Division Three:

 

#12 Ripon 63, #5 Winneconne 58

--The Tigers advance to face #4 seed Berlin on Friday

 

#8 Cedar Grove-Belgium 38, #9 Chilton 31

 

Division Four:

 

#6 Kewaunee 63, #11 Winnebago Lutheran 48

--Jena Krueger scored 23 points to lead WLA in the loss.

 

Boys High School Basketball:

 

Non-Conference:

 

St. Lawrence Seminary 64, Stockbridge 60

 

High School Wrestling:

 

The State Individual Wrestling Tournament gets underway at the Kohl Center in Madison today.

 

Area wrestlers in action today include:

 

Division Two:

 

113 Pounds: Kiel’s Andrew Schad will face Colton Sime of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau/Melrose-Mindoro.

 

126 Pounds: Campbellsport’s Cade Heisdorf will face Mack George of Ashland.

 

138 Pounds: Campbellsport’s Taylor Heltemes will face Ethan Schwartz of Denmark.

 

145 Pounds: Andrew Forsythe of North Fond du Lac/St. Mary’s Springs takes on Dylan Nielsen of Neillsville/Greenwood/Loyal. Also, Ripon’s Ryan Cody takes on Ryan Hannah from Viroqua

 

152 Pounds: Kiel’s Alex Kleinhans will face Nolan Kicmol of Evansville/Albany

 

182 Pounds: Campbellsport’s Matt Koelbel will take on Dempzy Foley of Monroe

 

195 Pounds: Lomira’s Matt Hanke faces Austin Leroy of Luxemberg-Casco.

 

220 Pounds: Dakota Maas of North Fond du Lac St.Mary’s Springs faces Joshua Carroll of Spooner/Webster

 

285 Pounds: Kelly Paulsen of St. Lawrence Seminary takes on Josh Marciulionis of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau/Melrose-Mindoro.

 

Division Three:

 

220 Pounds: Grant Manke of Winnebago Lutheran takes on Braden Smith from Blair-Taylor

 

285 Pounds: Ryan Jacobs of Winnebago Lutheran faces Trey Kaiser of Brookwood.

 

All other area wrestlers begin their state tournaments on Friday.


Men’s College Basketball:


WIAC Tournament:


UW-Oshkosh 76, UW-La Crosse 74


UW-River Falls 79, UW-Whitewater 68


In tomorrow’s semifinals, Oshkosh travels to #2 seed Stevens Point, while River Falls plays at top-seed Platteville.


Big East:


Marquette 85, St. John’s 73

--Sam Hauser scored 24 points, making five of the team’s 13 three-pointers as the Golden Eagles outlasted the Red Storm at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee. Marquette visits DePaul on Saturday.


Big Ten:


Minnesota 86, Iowa 82


Michigan 72, Penn State 63


Tonight, the Badgers play their final road contest in Big Ten play making the short trip to Northwestern. The Badgers have won three of their last four and sit at 6-10 in conference and 13-16 overall. The Wildcats are also 6-10 in league play but have lost four straight, including a 71-64 setback to Maryland on Monday night and Saturday’s loss to Michigan State, which saw the Spartans rally from down 27 points to win. A win for Wisconsin would move them ahead of the Wildcats in the standings into ninth place.

Tipoff time is 6pm. No broadcast on KFIZ because of High School Basketball.


Women’s College Basketball:


Big Ten:


Michigan State 69, Wisconsin 61


WIAC:


The WIAC women’s basketball tournament continues tonight with the semifinal round. Top-seed UW-Whitewater will take on UW-Eau Claire while #2-seed La Crosse hosts UW-Oshkosh. The winners advance to Saturday’s Championship Game.


NBA G-League:


Fort Wayne 128, Wisconsin 110

--Former Bucks first round pick Brandon Jennings scored 31 points in his debut with the Herd. Wisconsin plays the Long Island Nets on Friday.


Olympics:


The US Women’s Hockey Team won the gold medal for the first time in 20 years, defeating Canada 3-2 in a shootout late last night. Canada had won four consecutive gold medals and 24 straight Olympic games.









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