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KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/19/18


Boys High School Basketball:


Milwaukee School of the Arts 73, St. Lawrence Seminary 62

Girls High School Basketball:


Lomira 57, Winnebago Lutheran 46

--Alayna Suprenand scored 21 points to lead the Vikings

Mayville 65, North Fond du Lac 50

Laconia 59, Omro 51

--Kiarra Otto scored 23 points to lead the Spartans

East Central:

Campbellsport 47, Kewaskum 43

Plymouth 52, Waupun 43

Winneconne 68, Ripon 53\


Oakfield 46, Horicon 43

Tonight on KFIZ we’ll have a Girls and Boys Basketball doubleheader as Fond du Lac travels to Neenah. The girls game tips off at 6pm with the boys to follow at 7:30. Hear both games on KFIZ.

Boys Hockey:

St. Mary’s Springs 4, Homestead 1

Waupun 7, Sheboygan 2

High School Wrestling:

Fond du Lac 57, Appleton East 12

Winnebago Lutheran 51, Oakfield 26

Men’s College Basketball:

Big Ten:

Maryland 77, Minnesota 66

Nebraska 72, Michigan 52

Horizon League:

Wright State 80, Green Bay 67

Northern Kentucky 91, Milwaukee 64

The Wisconsin Badgers return home tonight to face the Illinois Fighting Illini. The Badgers have lost three in a row, including Tuesday’s 28 point loss to Purdue to close out a three-game road trip. Illinois is coming off a one-point loss to Nebraska on Monday and is 0-6 in the Big Ten. We’ll join coverage in progress on KFIZ following High School Basketball (Approximately 9pm).

Women’s College Basketball:

Big Ten:

Minnesota 90, Wisconsin 65

Horizon League:

Green Bay 85, Detroit 27

Milwaukee 74, Oakland 62


Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Bucks was named a starter for this year’s NBA All-Star game in Los Angeles. He joins Cleveland’s LeBron James, Philadelphia’s Joel Embiid, Boston’s Kyrie Irving and Toronto’s DeMar DeRozan as starters from the Eastern Conference. Starters from the Western Conference include Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant from Golden State, Houston’s James Harden and New Orleans teammates Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins. James and Curry are captains for the game after receiving the most votes in their conference. They will pick teams for the game, regardless of conference affiliation. Starters were chosen by a fan vote, players and a select group of media. Coaches will choose the reserves, with the full rosters announced next week.

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