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KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 3/27/19

27-Mar-2019

Tuesday’s High School Results:


Baseball:


Waupun 5, St. Mary’s Springs 2

--Cade Christensen had three hits in the loss for Springs


Kettle Moraine Lutheran 9, Laconia 0


Port Washington 12, Lomira 4


Ripon 10, Wautoma 0 (5 Innings)


Softball:


Mayville 8, Columbus 1

--Ally Feucht went 2 for 3 at the plate, while Abby Van Beek tossed four innings with six strikeouts in the win for Mayville


Waupun 6, Markesan 0


Kewaskum 14, Ripon 0


Girls Soccer:


Fond du Lac 6, Pulaski 3


NBA:


Milwaukee 108, Houston 94

--Eric Bledsoe scored 23 points, while Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as the Bucks defeated the Rockets at Fiserv Forum. Milwaukee remains four games in front of Toronto for the top-seed in the Eastern Conference with seven games to play. The Bucks host the LA Clippers on Thursday.


Toronto 112, Chicago 103


LA Clippers 122, Minnesota 111


Bucks rookie Donte DiVincenzo will miss the rest of the regular season and playoffs after he undergoes a treatment to help deal with bilateral heel bursitis that forced him to miss 28 games this year. In 27 games of action, DiVincenzo averaged 4.9 points, two rebounds and an assist in 15 minutes per game.


Men’s College Basketball:


CollegeInsider Tournament:


Green Bay 98, Florida International 68

--The Phoenix will host CSU-Bakersfield in the next round on Friday


NIT - Quarterfinals:


Wichita State 73, Indiana 63


MLB:


Exhibition  - at Montreal, QC


Toronto 2, Milwaukee 0

--The Brewers were held to five hits in a 2-0 loss to the Blue Jays in Montreal. It was the final tuneup of the spring for Milwaukee. Starter Corbin Burnes struck out five over three-and-two-thirds innings of two-hit ball.  Zack Brown took the loss in relief. Next up is Opening Day - the Brewers host the Cardinals tomorrow. Jhoulys Chacin will get the start for Milwaukee while St. Louis counters with Miles Mikolas.


NHL:


Arizona 1, Chicago 0


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