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KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/12/19

12-Jan-2019

Friday’s High School Results:


Boys Basketball:


FVA


Oshkosh West 64, Fond du Lac 46


Kimberly 76, Oshkosh West 56


Kaukauna 81, Appleton North 65


Appleton West 76, Appleton East 66


Neenah 73, Hortonville 51


Flyway:


St. Mary’s Springs 68, Mayville 67 (OT)

--Cade Christensen scored 28 points to pace the Ledgers in the win


Winnebago Lutheran 59, Lomira 42

--Donovan Schwartz scored 20 points in the win for the Vikings


Omro 75, Laconia 66


Trailways:


Oakfield 56, Wayland Academy 48


Non-Conference:


Iola-Scandinavia 66, Chilton 55


GIrls Basketball:


FVA:


Oshkosh West 57, Fond du Lac 47


East Central:


Waupun 67, Campbellsport 39


Eastern Wisconsin:


Valders 51, Chilton 24


New Holstein 63, Roncalli 53


Kiel 65, Brillion 26


Men’s College Basketball:


Big Ten:


Purdue 84, Wisconsin 80 (OT)

--D’Mitrik Trice drained two three pointers in the closing seconds of regulation to force overtime, but it was the Boilermakers who came out on top in the end, taking down the Badgers at the Kohl Center Friday night. Trice finished with 17 points, while Ethan Happ led the Badgers with 31 points and 13 rebounds in the loss. Purdue got 36 points from Carsen Edwards in the win. Wisconsin drops to 11-5 overall and 3-2 in the Big Ten - they’ll visit Maryland on Monday night.


Maryland 78, Indiana 75


Women’s College Basketball:


Big East:


Marquette 91, Villanova 55


NBA:

Washington 113, Milwaukee 106

--Khris Middleton scored 25 points, with Eric Bledsoe adding 18 in the loss for the Bucks. Giannis Antetokounmpo sat out the game for Milwaukee with hip and quad injuries. The Bucks close out their three game road trip in Atlanta on Sunday afternoon.


Golden State 146, Chicago 109


Dallas 119, MInnesota 115


Men’s College Hockey:


Marian 3, St. Norbert 1

--The Sabres top the defending NCAA Champion Green Knights at home


Women’s College Hockey:


Ohio State 1, #1 Wisconsin 0


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