KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/16/19

Tuesday’s High School Results:

Boys Basketball:

Appleton East 48, Fond du Lac 42

Oshkosh West 73, Kimberly 67

–Karter Thomas scored 31 points for West – who hands Kimberly just their second loss of the season

Appleton West 72, Oshkosh North 63

Kaukauna 93, Hortonville 81

Neenah 54, Appleton North 27

St. Mary’s Springs 87, University School of Milwaukee 76

–Cade Christensen scored 35 points to lead Springs in the win, Mitch Waechter added 18 points, Aidan Ottery had 13 and David Mueller 10.

Winnebago Lutheran 65, Berlin 48

–Carson Nell scored 20 points, Donovan Schwartz added 14 and Benji Cole added 12 points and 16 rebounds in the win for the Vikings

Oakfield 48, Horicon 43

–Jaxson Hoffman scored 12 points to lead Oakfield in the win

Central Wisconsin Christian 69, Valley Christian 44

Chilton 64, Two Rivers 50

Girls Basketball:

Appleton East 53, Fond du Lac 35

Laconia 57, St. Mary’s Springs 45

–Laconia got 19 points from Kiarra Otto to sweep the season series with St. Mary’s Springs

Winnebago Lutheran 49, Lomira 33

–Rebecca Honaker scored 12 points to lead the Vikings in the win, Hailey Johnston had seven point for Lomira in the loss.

North Fond du Lac 51, Omro 24

–Becca Kingsland scored 17 points to lead the Orioles in the win

Waupun 52, Mayville 37

–Peyton McGinnis scored 20 points to lead Waupun, Amber Schraufnagel scored 13 points to lead Mayville

Chilton 47, Stockbridge 33

Kiel 63, Hilbert 52

Boys Swimming:

Oshkosh North/Lourdes 99, Fond du Lac 86

–The Cardinals win two out of three relays and five events overall, but fell in the close meet with North/Lourdes.

Boys Hockey:

Appleton United 4, Waupun 3 (OT)

Men’s College Basketball:


Aurora 92, Marian 73

–Hunter Schultz scored 14 points to lead the Sabres

Big East:

Marquette 74, Georgetown 71

–Sam Hauser scored 31 points as the Golden Eagles beat the Hoyas on the road. Markus Howard played just three minutes and scored 0 points dealing with lower back tightness.

Big Ten:

Purdue 89, Rutgers 54


Milwaukee 124, Miami 86

–Eric Bledsoe scored 17 points to lead the Bucks, Malcolm Brogdon added 16 – with Giannis Antetokounmpo posting a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds to help Milwaukee snap a six game losing streak to Miami. The Bucks improve to 31-12 on the year – they travel to Memphis tonight – coverage starts at 6:30 on KFIZ.

LA Lakers 107, Chicago 100

Philadelphia 149, Minnesota 107


Minnesota 3, Los Angeles 2 (Shootout)

Detroit 3, Anaheim 1