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KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/3/18

03-Jan-2018

Boys High School Basketball:


Non-Conference:


Lomira 53, Oakfield 50


Girls High School Basketball:


Non-Conference:


Seymour 66, Fond du Lac 33


Mayville 54, Central Wisconsin Christian 53 (OT)


Boys High School Hockey:


St. Mary’s Springs 14, Oshkosh 0

--10 different Ledgers scored a goal in the win, Brady Welsch scored three, Justin Schwartzmiller and Jack Sabel each had two. Springs outshot Oshkosh 53-12.


NFL:


Packers President Mark Murphy announced Tuesday that General Manager Ted Thompson will transition to a role as senior advisor to football operations. The move was first reported Monday by NFL.com, one day after the Packers closed out the season with a 35-11 loss to Detroit at Ford Field. The loss dropped the Packers to 7-9 on the season, their first losing season since 2008. The Packers had made the playoffs eight years in a row, dating back to 2009. Thompson just finished his 13th season as the team’s leader of football operations, and his tenure was highlighted by a Super Bowl 45 Championship along with six NFC North titles. Thompson was also named the NFL’s Executive of the Year by the Sporting News in 2007 and 2011.


Murphy also confirmed Tuesday that the team signed Mike McCarthy to a contract extension during the season. The one-year extension keeps McCarthy in Green Bay through the 2019 season.


Men’s College Basketball:


Big Ten:


Wisconsin 71, Indiana 61

--Ethan Happ scored 28 points to lead the Badgers as Wisconsin used a 41 point second half to defeat Indiana at the Kohl Center Tuesday night. Brad Davison added 14 points, Kahlil Iverson 10 for Wisconsin who has won five in a row. The Badgers travel to Rutgers on Friday.


Michigan 75, Iowa 68


Nebraska 70, Northwestern 55


Maryland 75, Penn State 69


Horizon League:


IUPUI 67, Green Bay 63


Sports on the air tonight: The Bucks welcome the Indiana Pacers to the Bradley Center. Coverage starts at 6:40 on KFIZ, tipoff just after 7pm.


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