KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 2/27/19

Tonight’s High School Schedule:

Boys Basketball Regionals:

Division One:

Fond du Lac 55, Watertown 46

–The Cardinals used a 17-2 run at the start of the second half to rally from a 34-19 halftime deficit and win on the road over the Goslings. The Cardinals allowed Watertown to score only 12 points in the second half. Fondy travels to #2 seed Brookfield Central on Friday.

Division Three:

Berlin 67, Laconia 52

–Berlin plays at top-seed Waupun on Friday

Watertown Luther Prep 59, North Fond du Lac 43

–Mathias Gilbertson scored 16 points in the loss for the Orioles

Ripon 59, Wautoma 57

–The 12th-seeded Tigers advance to play at Watertown Luther Prep on Friday

Columbus 63, Campbellsport 52

–Columbus plays at #3 seed Lomira on Friday

Winneconne 66, Mayville 57

Kiel 68, New Holstein 54

–The Raiders play at top-seed Southern Door on Friday

Chilton 67, St. Lawrence Seminary 26

–Chilton plays at #4 seed Valders on Friday

Division Four:

St. Mary’s Springs 82, Sevastopol 62

–Mitch Waechter scored 21 points to lead St. Mary’s Springs in the win. The Ledgers travel to #3 seed Oostburg on Friday

Winnebago Lutheran 76, Random Lake 46

–Bo Miller scored 22 points to lead WLA in the win. The Vikings play at #4 seed Kohler on Friday

Division Five:

Oakfield 47, Sheboygan Christian 44

–Zach Seyfert hit a buzzer-beating three pointer to win the game for the Oaks. Oakfield plays at top-seed Sheboygan Lutheran Friday night.

Monticello 67, Central Wisconsin Christian 35

Men’s College Basketball:

Big Ten:

Indiana 75, Wisconsin 73 (2OT)

–Romeo Langford scored the game winning basket in the closing seconds of the second overtime as the Hoosiers broke a five-game losing streak and won for just the second time in the last 14 games. Ethan Happ scored 23 points and pulled down 11 rebounds in the loss for Wisconsin. The game saw the Badgers rally from a 13 point deficit in the second half to take a five-point lead, then have D’Mitrik Trice send the game to overtime with a pair of free throws with five seconds left in regulation. A three from Trice late in the first overtime tied the game at 68 and sent it to double-OT. Trice again made late free throws in the second overtime – before Langford hit the game winner. The Badgers drop to 11-6 in the Big Ten, 19-9 overall – they host Penn State on Saturday.

Ohio State 90, Iowa 70


The Bucks’ five-game road trip resumes tonight in Sacramento.  They opened the swing with a 117-106 win at Chicago on Monday. Milwaukee has won five in-a-row and 17 of its last 19 games.  The Bucks lead the NBA at 46-and-14. The Kings are 31-and-29. Coverage on the Bucks Radio Network begins at 8:30 tonight – tipoff is at 9. Listen on KFIZ.

MLB Spring Training:

San Diego 3, Milwaukee 1

–The Brewers drop to 1-3 in Cactus League play. They play Cleveland this afternoon.


Minnesota 3, Winnipeg 2

Montreal 8, Detroit 1