KFIZ Sports Scoreboard – 2/5/2021

High School Sports – Thursday’s Results: 

Boys Basketball: 


Chilton 51, St. Lawrence Seminary 29

–All other games scheduled for Thursday in the area were canceled or postponed

Men’s College Basketball: 

Big Ten: 

#7 Ohio State 89, #8 Iowa 85

Rutgers 76, Minnesota 72

Women’s College Basketball: 

Big Ten: 

#10 Maryland 84, Wisconsin 48

–Sydney Hilliard scored 20 points to lead the Badgers in the road loss to the Terrapins


Chicago 6, Carolina 4

Sports Headlines: 

>> Milwaukee Bucks Play Back-to-Back Games at Cleveland

(Cleveland, OH)  —  The 13-and-8 Milwaukee Bucks play the first of back-to-back games tonight (Friday 7 p-m) at the 10-and-12 Cleveland Cavaliers.  Giannis Antetokounmpo had a triple-double in Milwaukee’s 130-110 win over the Pacers Wednesday night at Fiserv Forum. The Cavs are coming off a 121-99 loss to the L-A Clippers.  Guards Collin Sexton and Darius Garland combined for 50 points in the setback.  Big man Andre Drummond is averaging 18 points and 14-and-a-half rebounds for Cleveland.  Forward Kevin Love is out with a calf injury and has only played two games this season.  The teams will meet again Saturday night at Quicken Loans Arena.

>Report: NBA Finalizing Agreement On All-Star Game With NBPA

(Atlanta, GA)  —  The NBA is reportedly close to finalizing an agreement on the upcoming All-Star Game with the players association.  According to a memo obtained by ESPN, the league expects to have a deal in place by next week.  Players will continue to test daily during the break and no international travel will be allowed.  There are also COVID protocols in place for players traveling out of market.  The game is expected to be played in early March in Atlanta.

>>Marquette Working to Get Some Fans Into Basketball Games

(MIlwaukee, WI) — The Marquette men’s basketball team hopes to have some fans in the stands when it hosts Creighton on Saturday. The Milwaukee Health Department is working with Marquette Athletics and the Bucks on a plan for Fiserv Forum. M-U’s goal is to allow family members of basketball players and staff to attend games. New COVID health guidelines on gatherings for entertainment venues take effect Friday in Milwaukee. The Golden Eagles could explore expanding fan attendance for future games and senior night in March. M-U topped Butler 70-67 on Tuesday night.

 >>#11 Wisconsin Men’s Hockey at #2 Minnesota

(Minneapolis, MN)  —  The number-11 Wisconsin men’s hockey team faces off with second-ranked Minnesota tonight (Friday 7 p-m) in a border battle at Mariucci Arena.  The Golden Gophers have the nation’s top offense and have scored 30 goals in four straight wins over Arizona State and Ohio State.  Badgers forward Cole Caufield leads the NCAA with 14 goals in 18 games.  Caufield says Minnesota is a really good team and he thinks the Gophers and Badgers have both gotten better since a series split in Madison.