KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/29/20

High School Sports – Tuesday’s Results: 

Boys Basketball: 


Fond du Lac 56, Milwaukee Bradley Tech 37

–Mack Sebert scored 18 points to lead the Cardinals to the road victory over the Trojans

St. Mary’s Springs 65, Gibraltar 55

–Braydon King scored 23 points to lead the Ledgers past the Vikings

Kewaskum 53, Winnebago Lutheran 52

–Ethan Cole scored 19 points to lead WLA in the loss

Markesan 78, North Fond du Lac 50

–Liam Schalk scored 11 points to lead the Orioles in the loss

Lomira 56, Oakfield 42

–Collin Yanke scored 20 points to lead Lomira in the win. 

Waupun 66, University School 53

Eastern Wisconsin:

Chilton 68, Two Rivers 55

Sheboygan Falls 68, Kiel 62

Girls Basketball: 


Kaukauna 58, Fond du Lac 47

–Sophie Langille scored 14 points to lead the Cardinals in the loss


Winnebago Lutheran 64, St. Mary’s Springs 43

–Alyssa Lorenz scored 17 points to lead WLA in the win. Reese Neumann scored 12 to lead St. Mary’s Springs in the loss. 

Omro 55, Mayville 46

Eastern Wisconsin: 

Waupun 57, Kewaskum 32

Berlin 58, Campbellsport 32

Plymouth 67, Ripon 44


Oakfield 61, Horicon 59

Oshkosh Lourdes 38, Central Wisconsin Christian 30


Sheboygan Falls 80, Lomira 50

Boys Hockey: 

Badgerland Conference Tournament: 

Fond du Lac 10, Oshkosh 0

–The top-seed Cardinals advance to the semifinals Friday night against Waupun. Game time is 8 pm from the Blue Line in Fond du Lac

Waupun 5, Sheboygan 1

St. Mary’s Springs 11, Fox Cities 1

–The Ledgers advance to the semifinals Friday against Neenah/Hortonville/Menasha. Game time is 5:30 pm from the Blue Line

Boys Swimming: 

Fond du Lac 94, Oshkosh West 88

Men’s College Basketball: 

Big Ten: 

#25 Rutgers 70, Purdue 63

Michigan 79, Nebraska 68

Women’s College Basketball: 


Aurora 90, Marian 54

–Claire Levendoski scored 13 points to lead the Sabres in the loss


Milwaukee 151, Washington 131

–No Giannis, no problem. The Bucks got a career-high 51 points from Khris Middleton and 34 points and 10 rebounds from Eric Bledsoe as they blew past the Wizards at Fiserv Forum. Bradley Beal scored 47 points in the loss for Washington. The Bucks are 41-6 on the season – they host Denver on Friday night.