KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 2/19/19

Monday’s High School Results:

Boys Basketball:

Kaukauna 85, Fond du Lac 60

–Mack Sebert scored 14 points to lead the Cardinals in the loss

St. Mary’s Springs 66, Oakfield 53

–Cade Christensen scored 23 points to lead Springs in the win, Oakfield had 17 points each from Jaxson Hoffman and Max Margelofsky in the loss.

Winnebago Lutheran 60, Mayville 44

–Carson Nell scored 20 points to lead WLA in the win

Laconia 64, North Fond du Lac 56

–Reed Gunnink scored 27 points to lead Laconia, Mathias Gilbertson scored 17 points to lead NFDL in the loss

Lomira 69, Horicon 61

Waupun 84, Ripon 48

–Marcus Domask led the Warriors with 22 points and 13 rebounds in the win

Plymouth 69, Campbellsport 29

Brillion 53, New Holstein 47

Hilbert 49, Chilton 41

Stockbridge 88, St. Lawrence Seminary 46

Girls Basketball Playoffs:

The WIAA Girls Basketball playoffs begin tonight with the opening round regional games. Games featuring area teams tonight include:

Division 3:

Ripon at North Fond du Lac

Columbus at Lomira

Campbellsport at University School of Milwaukee

Chilton at Brillion

New Holstein at Denmark

Division 4:

Sevastopol at St. Mary’s Springs –  Listen on KFIZ – coverage starts at 6:50

Division 5:

Oakfield at Heritage Christian

Cambria-Friesland at Central Wisconsin Christian

Winners advance to the Regional Semifinal round on Friday

Hockey Playoffs:

Sectional Semifinal Round:

Boys: St. Mary’s Springs at Arrowhead

Girls: FDL Warbirds/Beaver Dam hosts Bay Area at the Beaver Dam Family Ice Center

Men’s College Basketball:

Big Ten:

Wisconsin 64, Illinois 58

–The Badgers got 18 points from Brad Davison and 16 points from Kahlil Iverson as they took down the Illini at the Kohl Center Monday night. The game was tied at 52 with just over four minutes to play, but the Badgers outscored Illinois 12-6 the rest of the way to pull out the win. Wisconsin visits Northwestern on Saturday night.

CBB News:

Both the Wisconsin and Marquette men’s basketball teams had mixed results in the national polls this week. The Badgers and Golden Eagles both fell in the AP Top 25 and held steady in this week’s Coaches’ Poll. In the AP Poll, the Badgers dropped two spots to number 22 while Marquette fell a single spot to number 11. Wisconsin held steady at 23 in the coaches poll with Marquette stuck at 11 in the coaches. The Marquette women’s team fell three spots to number 11 in the Women’s AP Poll this week.


Chicago 8, Ottawa 7