KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/20/19
Saturday’s High School Results:
St. Lawrence Seminary 39, Cristo Rey Jesuit 17
Fond du Lac 8, Monona Grove 0
Wausau West 7, St. Mary’s Springs 1
FDL Warbirds/Beaver Dam Alliance 7, Lakeshore 2
–The Warbirds netted three goals in both the first and third periods to earn the win
North Fond du Lac/St, Mary’s Springs went 4-1 at the Bernie Kane Classic hosted by Madison East HS. The Oriole/Ledger team picked up wins over Madison West (60-18), Madison Memorial (42-34), Madison LaFollette (48-28) and Madison East (42-37) with their only loss coming at the hands of Monona Grove/McFarland (35-26). Dalton Fritch (160 pounds) and Marcus Orlandoni (220) both went 5-0 on the day, while Andrew Forsythe (145), Lane Fritch (182) and Jacob Koffman (195) all went 4-1.
Ripon placed third (148 team points) and Winnebago Lutheran sixth (106 points) at the Markesan Hornet Invite on Saturday.
For Ripon: Joseph Kain took first place at 182 pounds, while Kaden Keenlance (126 pounds), Ethan Zache (132) and LeeRoy Cotton (113) all took second
For WLA: Josh Huey took first place at 152 pounds, with Josh Roloff (132), Micah Hinds (138) and Ryan Jacobs (285) all finishing in third.
Laconia went 2-3 at the Waupun Duals on Saturday – with wins over Marshall and Waupun and losses to Kenosha Christian Life, Milwaukee Morse/Marshall and West Bend East
Waupun went 1-4 at their home duals – with a win over Marshall and losses to Kenosha Christian Life, Milwaukee Morse-Marshall, West Bend East and Laconia
Lomira took seventh place at the Terry Kramer Open hosted by Fort Atkinson on Saturday. The Lions scored 284.5 team points with two second place finishers – Alex Gundrum at 132 pounds and Noah Danner at 145 pounds.
Fond du Lac placed 10th at the Highlander Varsity Invitational hosted at Homestead High School. The Cardinals scored 189 team points at the meet with Isaac Ortegon taking first place at 145 pounds, Braelon Allen placing second at 182 pounds and Tristan Lakey placing third at 126 pounds to highlight the meet for the Cardinals
Men’s College Basketball:
Benedictine 60, Marian 50
–Kelvin Jones scored 13 points to lead the Sabres in the loss
St. Norbert 75, Ripon College 57
UW-Oshkosh 72, UW-La Crosse 66
–Jack Flynn scored 22 points and Brett Wittchow added 17 to lead the Titans past the Eagles and into sole possession of first place in the WIAC. Wittchow surpassed 1,000 career points in the victory for Oshkosh.
UW-Whitewater 87, UW-River Falls 85
UW-Platteville 61, UW-Stevens Point 60
UW-Eau Claire 87, UW-Stout 64
Wisconsin 64, #2 Michigan 54
–Ethan Happ led all scorers with 26 points and added 10 rebounds and seven assists as the Badgers handed the #2 ranked Wolverines their first loss of the season Saturday afternoon at the Kohl Center. Michigan led 44-43 with 8:05 left to play – but were outscored 21-10 the rest of the way by the Badgers. Wisconsin improves to 4-3 in conference and 12-6 overall, they’ll visit Illinois on Wednesday.
Purdue 70, Indiana 55
Minnesota 65, Penn State 64
Green Bay 90, Illinois-Chicago 85
Milwaukee 64, IUPUI 57
Women’s College Basketball:
Benedictine 88, Marian 51
–Rachel Serchen scored 16 points to lead the Sabres in the loss
Ripon College 67, St. Norbert 58
UW-Oshkosh 60, UW-La Crosse 48
UW-Whitewater 62, UW-River Falls 34
UW-Platteville 75, UW-Stevens Point 62
UW-Stout 81, UW-Eau Claire 76
Milwaukee 118, Orlando 108
–Eric Bledsoe scored 30 points, with Giannis Antetokounmpo added 25 points, 13 rebounds and five assists in the win for the Bucks. Milwaukee has won four straight and six of seven, they host Dallas for a Monday matinee game at 1pm.
Miami 117, Chicago 103
Women’s College Hockey:
Northland College 4, Marian 0
#2 Minnesota 3, #1 Wisconsin 1
Minnesota 2, Columbus 1