KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/24/18
Boys High School Basketball:
Winnebago Lutheran 72, Watertown Luther Prep 70
–Brennan Kulibert and Gabe Pruss each scored 16 in the win for WLA
Omro 76, Chilton 72
Hustisford 66, Oakfield 55
Girls High School Basketball:
St. Mary’s Springs 62, Winnebago Lutheran 34
–Brianna Freund scored 18 points to pace St. Mary’s Springs, Emily Mueller added 16, while WLA was led by Kaylee Frey who scored 13.
Laconia 50, North Fond du Lac 36
Lomira 62, Mayville 52
Campbellsport 64, Ripon 50
Kettle Moraine Lutheran 32, Waupun 24
Central Wisconsin Christian 50, Wayland Academy 8
Chilton 55, New Holstein 46
Fond du Lac 7, Oshkosh 1
–Henry Lange scored five goals for Fondy in the win
St. Mary’s Springs 3, Neenah/Hortonville/Menasha 2
–Noah Pickart scored twice for the Ledgers in the win
Waupun 5, Fox Cities 0
High School Wrestling:
North Fond du Lac/St. Mary’s Springs 52, Omro 21
–Andrew Forsythe and Dalton Fritch each scored pins, Marcus Orlandoni won by Major Decision in the win for the Oriole/Ledger team.
Appleton West/Kimberly 112, Fond du Lac 73
–Andrew Park won the 200 meter and 500 meter freestyle, Ben Stoffel-Murray took first in the 200 meter individual medley and the 100 meter backstroke, while Abe Stoffel-Murray took first in the 100 meter butterfly.
Men’s College Basketball:
Iowa 85, Wisconsin 67
–Ethan Happ scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the loss for the Badgers, who never led in the game. Iowa shot 51.7% from the floor in the win, their second in conference play. The Hawkeyes started the game on an 11-2 run, and swelled the lead to as much as 22 points with 4:11 left in the game. The Badgers drop to 3-5 in the Big Ten with a road trip to Michigan State coming Friday.
Northwestern 77, Minnesota 69
Nobody from the Milwaukee Bucks was named a reserve player for next month’s NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles. That means starter Giannis Antetokounmpo will be Milwaukee’s only representative in the game and will play on a team picked by one of two captains, LeBron James or Steph Curry. Reserves from the NBA’s Eastern Conference include Washington’s John Wall and Bradley Beal, Toronto’s Kyle Lowry, Indiana’s Victor Oladipo, New York’s Kristaps Porzingis, Cleveland’s Kevin Love and Boston’s Al Horford. Western Conference reserves include Golden State teammates Klay Thompson and Draymond Green, Jimmy Butler and Karl Anthony-Towns of Minnesota, Portland’s Damian Lillard, Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook and LaMarcus Aldridge of San Antonio. Final rosters, as selected by James and Curry, will be revealed on Thursday.
The Brewers have announced that Matt Erickson will return as the manager for the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, his eighth season at the helm of the Single-A affiliate in Appleton. Erickson has led the Rattlers to the postseason three times, including the 2012 Midwest League Championship. He is the longest serving manager in the history of Appleton Professional Baseball. The Timber Rattler’s season opener is April 5th at Beloit, with the home opener April 7th against the Snappers.