KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/14/20
High School Sports – Monday’s Results:
New Holstein 72, St. Mary’s Springs 59
–Aidan Ottery scored 18 points to lead the Ledgers in the loss. Alex Baackes scored 25 points to lead New Holstein in the win.
Laconia 58, Campbellsport 48
Oshkosh Lourdes 97, Ripon 84
–The Knights and Tigers combine to make 31 three-pointers in the game
Central Wisconsin Christian 54, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 43
The Marian University Softball Team has announced the hiring of Brooke Balk as its new assistant coach. Balk joins the Marian staff and head coach Tony Draves after playing two seasons at Luther College and two seasons at St. Cloud State. Balk earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Luther in Exercise Physiology and served as a strength coach intern with the school’s athletic department.
CFP National Championship:
#1 LSU 42, #3 Clemson 25
–Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow threw for 463 yards and five touchdowns to lead LSU to the victory in the National Championship Game in New Orleans. The Tigers end the season 15-0, and end Clemson’s 29-game win streak.
The Maryland Terrapins need a win at Wisconsin to put a season-worst loss to Iowa in the past. The Badgers and Maryland meet at the Kohl Center tonight at 8:00 P-M. The Terps are trying to move past the 67-49 loss last Friday in Iowa City. Since transfer Micah Potter became eligible, Wisconsin has won five-of-six and is playing much better. Potter scored 24 points last time out and has averaged nine-and-a-half points-a-game since he was cleared to play. Listen to coverage of the game joined in progress following High School Hoops on KFIZ.
The Milwaukee Bucks return home from a successful, three-and-one road trip, to host the New York Knicks tonight. After dropping the first game in San Antonio, Milwaukee won three in a row at Golden State, Sacramento and Portland. At the season’s midway point, Milwaukee carries a league-best 35-and-6 record. New York brings an 11-and-29 mark to the Fiserv Forum for tonight’s game. Tipoff time is 7 pm, no broadcast on KFIZ because of high school and Badgers basketball.
Boston 113, Chicago 101
Oklahoma City 117, Minnesota 104
New Orleans 117, Detroit 110 (OT)