KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 2/5/19

Monday’s High School Results:

Boys Basketball:

Appleton North 51, Fond du Lac 31

Oshkosh North 75, Kaukauna 67

Appleton East 72, Oshkosh West 69

Neenah 94, Appleton West 84

Kimberly 82, Hortonville 66

Oshkosh Lourdes 81, St. Mary’s Springs 66

–Mitch Waechter scored 21 points to lead Springs in the loss

Winnebago Lutheran 71, Campbellsport 70 (2OT)

–Donovan Schwartz scored 17 points, Gabe Pruss scored 16 points and added 10 rebounds, with Bo Miller adding 15 points on five three-pointers as the Vikings outlasted the Cougars. Jacob Johnson scored 30 points in the loss for Campbellsport

Waupun 70, Valders 49

–Marcus Domask scored 22 points in the win for Waupun

Mayville 69, Markesan 53

–Jackson Mittelstadt scored 32 points to lead Mayville in the win

Reedsville 79, St. Lawrence Seminary 15

New Holstein 58, Sheboygan Christian 48

Kiel 63, Cedar Grove-Belgium 49

Girls Basketball:

Oshkosh North 63, Fond du Lac 26

–Nyah Odekirk scored eight points to lead Fond du Lac in the loss

Lomira 51, North Fond du Lac 38

–Crystal Geiger scored 13 points to lead Lomira, while Autumn Schrauth scored 11 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, Becca Kingsland scored 13 points for NFDL

Men’s College Basketball:


UW-Oshkosh 85, UW-Whitewater 67

–The Titans win their 19th straight game – improving to 20-1 on the year

UW-Eau Claire 82, UW-Platteville 63

Big Ten:

Penn State 59, Northwestern 52

Women’s College Basketball:


UW-Whitewater 78, UW-Oshkosh 70 (OT)

UW-Platteville 81, UW-Eau Claire 66

CBB News:

The Wisconsin Men’s Basketball team is up to #19 in the country in both national polls this week. The Badgers jumped five spots in both the coaches poll and the Associated Press Top 25 after extending their winning streak to five games with wins over Nebraska and Maryland last week. The Badgers hit the road for Minnesota on Wednesday. Marquette remained in the top 10 this week – the Golden Eagles held steady at number nine in the coaches poll and at number 10 in the media poll. The Marquette women’s team also stayed in the top ten this week of the AP Women’s Basketball poll – the Golden Eagles are up to number eight in the country in this week’s rankings.


Milwaukee 113, Brooklyn 94

–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 30 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and dished out nine assists as the Bucks cut down the Nets in Brooklyn. Milwaukee also got 16 points from Malcolm Brogdon and 15 from Eric Bledsoe in the win – their fourth in a row to improve their NBA-best record to 39-13. Milwaukee hosts Washington tomorrow night.