KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 2/22/19

Thursday’s High School Results:

Boys Basketball;


Appleton East 69, Fond du Lac 63

–Alex Rusch scored 19 points, Mack Sebert added 16 in the loss for Fondy

Appleton West 80, Oshkosh North 76

Kimberly 68, Oshkosh West 63

Kaukauna 83, Hortonville 71


Winnebago Lutheran 95, St. Mary’s Springs 86

–WLA had five players score in double figures, led by Gabe Pruss with 26 points. St. Mary’s Springs got 31 points from Mitch Waechter in the loss.

Mayville 56, North Fond du Lac 37

–Mathias Gilbertson scored 14 points in the loss for the Orioles

Lomira 69, Laconia 58

–Kaleb Weston led Lomira with 18 points, Reed Gunnink scored 25 points for Laconia in the loss

East Central:

Waupun 82, Berlin 39

Ripon 68, Campbellsport 55


Hustisford 74, Oakfield 35

Eastern Wisconsin:

Chilton 63, Two Rivers 51

Sheboygan Falls 72, Kiel 56

Tonight’s High School Calendar:

Hockey Sectionals:

Girls: Fox Cities at FDL Warbirds/Beaver Dam Alliance – 5:30 pm at the Blue Line

Boys: University School at St. Mary’s Springs – 8 pm at the Blue Line

Listen to both games on KFIZ and KFIZ.com!

Girls Basketball – Regional Semifinals:

Division One:

Fond du Lac at Green Bay Preble

Division Three:

North Fond du Lac at Laconia

Lomira at Waupun

Winneconne at Mayville

Cedar Grove-Belgium at Kiel

Division Four:

St. Mary’s Springs at Oostburg

Manitowoc Lutheran at Winnebago Lutheran

Division Five:

Oakfield at Gibraltar

Central Wisconsin Christian at Argyle

Men’s College Basketball:

WIAC Tournament – Semifinals:

UW-Stevens Point 76, UW-Oshkosh 56

UW-Platteville 61, UW-La Crosse 51

–Platteville hosts Stevens Point in the WIAC Tournament Saturday at 5pm

Big Ten:

Michigan 69, Minnesota 60

Women’s College Basketball:

Horizon League:

Green Bay 72, Oakland 32

Milwaukee 59, Detroit 34


WIAC Tournament – Semifinals:

UW-Stout at UW-Oshkosh

UW-La Crosse at UW-Whitewater

Midwest Conference Tournament:

St. Norbert at Ripon


Milwaukee 98, Boston 97

–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 30 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as the Bucks picked up right where they left off after the all-star break and improved their NBA-best record to 44-14 on the year. Milwaukee hosts Minnesota tomorrow night.

The NBA has sent a proposal to the Players Association about lowering the minimum age to enter the draft from 19 to 18 and eliminating the ”one-and-done” policy that has players going to college for a minimum of one season. The sides have been working toward this for months and it is not a reaction to Duke star Zion Williamson, who is likely to be the No. 1 pick in this year’s draft, getting hurt Wednesday night.


The Brewers are ready to play ball in Arizona. They begin the Cactus League slate tomorrow afternoon against the Cubs in Mesa.  Milwaukee also plays road games against the Rangers and Angels before hosting the Padres Tuesday in Maryvale. Listen to tomorrow’s game on KFIZ starting at 1:55 pm.


Minnesota 4, NY Rangers 1