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KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 2/2/18



Girls High School Basketball:


Laconia 47, St. Mary’s Springs 41

--Kiarra Otto scored 23 points to pace the Spartans as they swept the season series with St. Mary’s Springs and remained unbeaten on the year. The Ledgers were led by Emily Mueller with 13 points.

Winnebago Lutheran 68, Mayville 55

--Alayna Suprenand scored 18 points, Kalli Wiechman 14 points, Jena Krueger scored 13 points and had nine rebounds, seven assists and five steals for WLA in the win.

Lomira 58, Omro 42

East Central:

Berlin 55, Ripon 40

Plymouth 49, Campbellsport 31

Waupun 48, Winneconne 42


Hustisford 57, Oakfield 42

Oshkosh Lourdes 45, Central Wisconsin Christian 43

Eastern Wisconsin:

Brillion 61, Chilton 30

Sheboygan Falls 62, New Holstein 47

Valders 51, Kiel 41

Boys High School Basketball:


Wayland Academy 60, Oakfield 37

Girls High School Hockey:

Eastern Shores Conference Tourney:

FDL Warbirds/Beaver Dam 6, University School of Milwaukee 1

--The Warbirds/BD co-op will play Fox Cities in Saturday’s Conference Championship Game.

Men’s College Basketball:

Big Ten:

Northwestern 60, Wisconsin 52

--Northwestern opened the game on an 18-1 run as they sent Wisconsin to their seventh loss in the last eight games. The Badgers shot 32% from the floor in the game and were led by Kahlil Iverson with 15 points and Ethan Happ with 14. The Badgers travel to Maryland on Sunday. Tipoff time is at Noon.

Women’s College Basketball:

Horizon League:

Green Bay 58, Northern Kentucky 41

Milwaukee 59, Wright State 53


Minnesota 108, Milwaukee 89

--Khris Middleton scored 21 points, Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 17 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in the loss for Milwaukee. The Bucks return home to take on the Knicks tonight at the Bradley Center.

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