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KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/18/19

18-Jan-2019

Thursday’s High School Results:


Boys Basketball:


St. Mary’s Springs 77, North Fond du Lac 51

--Cade Christensen scored 26 points to lead the Ledgers past the Orioles. Liam Schalk scored 13 points to lead North Fond du Lac in the loss.


Winnebago Lutheran 76, Omro 66

--The Vikings got 28 points from Donovan Schwartz and 21 points and 19 rebounds from Benji Cole as they defeated the Foxes on the road in a battle for first place in the Flyway Conference.


Mayville 58, Lomira 56

--Joseph Adamson scored 15 points to lead Mayville in the win. Lomira got 17 points from Kenny Immel in the loss.


Girls Basketball:


Kewaskum 52, Campbellsport 40


Plymouth 63, Waupun 58


Winneconne 38, Ripon 36


New Holstein 61, Brillion 57


Kiel 64, Roncalli 31


Boys Hockey:


Fox Cities 2, Fond du Lac 0


Wrestling:


Fond du Lac 72, Appleton East 7


Men’s College Basketball:


Horizon League:


IUPUI 76, Green Bay 70


Milwaukee 81, Illinois-Chicago 69


Big Ten:


Michigan State 70, Nebraska 64


Women’s College Basketball:


Big Ten:


Minnesota 78, Wisconsin 50


NBA:


Denver 135, Chicago 105


The Bucks are back in action tomorrow against the Magic in Orlando.  Milwaukee is coming off a win over Memphis on Wednesday and has won three straight overall.  The Bucks are percentage-points ahead of the Raptors in the East at 32-and-12, but a half-game back in the standings.


Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo is comfortably leading the Eastern Conference in All-Star voting.  He has more than 3.6-million votes to just under 3.2-million for Boston's Kyrie Irving. Voting ends Monday.  The All-Star Game is February 17th.


Men’s College Hockey:


Marian 1, Aurora 0

--Hunter Vorva tallied his second shutout of the year in goal for the Sabres, picking up 24 saves in the win.


NHL:


NY Rangers 4, Chicago 3


Anaheim 3, Minnesota 0


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