107.1 The Bull linkKFIZ News AM 1450 on Facebook
Listen Live to KFIZ.1 FM
920-921-1071
KFIZ Closings and Cancellations in the Fond du Lac, WI area.  Sponsored by Airtech Heating and Cooling
Korneli Wisconsin
Touchstone Living Centers
KFIZ South Valley Weather Updates
KFIZ social network facebook and Twitter feeds

Newsletter Sign-Up






Captcha Image

Wisconsin Farm Report with Pam Jahnke   Wisconsin Eye - Watch Who We Are
Advertise with KFIZ.1 FM
Edward Jones   Jerry Schneider Band Polka Show 9:00 AM - Noon Saturdays on KFIZ

KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 2/23/18

23-Feb-2018

Boys High School Basketball:

 

FVA:

 

Fond du Lac 47, Appleton East 44

--Quintin Winterfeldt scored 16 points, Caden Krug 13 as Fondy rallied to defeat the Patriots on senior night. The Cardinals travel to Homestead for regional play next Friday.

 

Oshkosh North 77, Neenah 36

--The Spartans clinch the FVA title outright.

 

Kimberly 64, Oshkosh West 44

 

Kaukauna 92, Hortonville 74

 

Appleton West 74, Appleton North 42

 

Flyway:

 

Laconia 79, St. Mary’s Springs 72

--Cade Christensen scored 23 points, Mitch Waechter 20 in the loss for Springs.

 

North Fond du Lac 71, Lomira 65

--Mathias Gilbertson scored 19 points for the Orioles, Kenny Immel had 28 for Lomira.

 

Mayville 72, Omro 67

 

East Central:

 

Waupun 62, Berlin 56

 

Campbellsport 48, Ripon 42

 

Eastern Wisconsin:

 

New Holstein 65, Valders 52

 

Chilton 63, Two Rivers 53

 

Sheboygan Falls 65, Kiel 36

 

Trailways:

 

Hustisford 73, Oakfield 46

 

Oshkosh Lourdes 66, Central Wisconsin Christian 42

 

Non-Conference:

 

Winnebago Lutheran 75, Random Lake 58

--Mason Herkstroeter scored 26 points, Alex Kuehl added 20, Brennan Kulibert had 16 in the win for WLA.

 

Boys Basketball on KFIZ tonight as Winnebago Lutheran plays host to St. Mary’s Springs. Tipoff time is 7:15

 

Girls High School Basketball:

 

The WIAA playoffs continue tonight with the regional semifinal round. Games involving area teams include:

 

Division 1: Fond du Lac at Germantown

 

Division 3: Watertown Luther Prep at Laconia, Ripon at Berlin, Lomira at Mayville, North Fond du Lac at Waupun, Sheboygan Falls at Kiel

 

Division 4: Waterloo at St. Mary’s Springs

 

Division 5: Barneveld at Central Wisconsin Christian, Oakfield at Hilbert


Men’s College Basketball:


Marian senior Alex Manhardt was named first-team All-Conference Thursday. Manhardt was the lone senior on this year’s Sabre team, and led the NACC in double-doubles with 11. Manhardt posted season averages of 14.6 points and 10 rebounds per game, while shooting 52 percent from the floor. The senior from West Bend was the eighth Marian men’s basketball player to reach 1,000 points and 500 rebounds in his career. Manhardt was named second team all-NACC last season.


Ripon College’s Tyler Semenas, a Laconia High School graduate, was named second team All-Conference by the Midwest Conference Thursday and was named the conference’s Newcomer of the Year. Semenas is in his first year with the Red Hawks after transferring from Cardinal Stritch. He ranks sixth in the MWC in scoring with 15.3 points per game and 15th in rebounding (5.3). Semenas has averaged 21 points and six rebounds per contest in the last 10 games for Ripon, shooting 61 percent from the floor in that span and 53 percent from three-point range. The Red Hawks play St. Norbert tonight in the semifinals of the MWC Tournament in Monmouth, Illinois.


Big Ten:


Wisconsin 70, Northwestern 64

--Ethan Happ scored 19 points, Kahlil Iverson added 16 and Andy Van Vliet pitched in 14 points off the bench as the Badgers split the season series with Northwestern. With the win, Wisconsin clinches the number nine seed in next week’s Big Ten Tournament. The Badgers improve to 7-10 in the Big Ten and 14-16 overall, they close out the regular season against Michigan State at the Kohl Center Sunday.


Purdue 93, Illinois 86


Horizon League:

Green Bay 96, Oakland 90


Milwaukee 72, Detroit 49


WIAC:


The WIAC Men’s Basketball tournament continues tonight with the semifinal round. Top-seed Platteville hosts River Falls with #2 seed Stevens Point hosting Oshkosh. Winners advance to Sunday’s Championship Game.


Women’s College Basketball:


WIAC Tournament:


UW-Oshkosh 56, UW-La Crosse 48


UW-Whitewater 74, UW-Eau Claire 68


--Whitewater hosts Oshkosh in Saturday’s Championship Game







Comments 0

Please remember a few rules before posting comments:

  • If you don't want people to see your email address, simply type in the URL of your favorite website or leave the field empty.
  • Try to be civil to your fellow readers.
  • Stay on topic. We want to hear your opinions and thoughts, but please only comment about the specified topic in article.

Post a Comment


- +




Captcha Image
KFIZ Phone: 920-921-1071
All content © 2012 Mountain Dog Media, USA
Web Design and Development by Wyld_Desyns LLC - "Take Your Business to the Next Level!