KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 2/7/18

Boys High School Basketball:


St. Mary’s Springs 79, Oakfield 59

–Mitch Waechter scored 26 points to lead Springs in the win.

Winnebago Lutheran 68, Berlin 53

–Gabe Pruss scored 17 points, Alex Kuehl added 15 for WLA in the victory.

North Fond du Lac 74, Winneconne 69

Lomira 65, Horicon 45

Watertown Luther Prep 62, Mayville 61

Campbellsport 68, Ozaukee 40

St. Lawrence Seminary 52, Central Wisconsin Christian 30

Chilton 49, Mishicot 30


Kaukauna 100, Oshkosh West 59

East Central:

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 58, Ripon 51

Girls High School Basketball:


Appleton North 73, Fond du Lac 47

–Joslyn Herbeck scored 12 points to lead the Cardinals

East Central:

Waupun 62, Ripon 49

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 55, Campbellsport 33


Oakfield 56, Dodgeland 39

Hustisford 46, Central Wisconsin Christian 37

Eastern Wisconsin:

Kiel 62, New Holstein 42

Men’s College Basketball:


Marian 67, Wisconsin Lutheran 61

–Alex Manhardt scored a game-high 22 points for the Sabres, 20 of them coming in the second half. Former Fondy Cardinal Caleb Goldstein scored eight points for Wisconsin Lutheran in 31 minutes of action.

Big Ten:

Michigan State 96, Iowa 93

Nebraska 91, Minnesota 85

Northwestern 61, Michigan 52


Milwaukee 103, NY Knicks 89

–Giannis Antetokounmpo and Eric Bledsoe each scored 23 points and Khris Middleton added 20 as the Bucks defeated the Knicks Tuesday night for their third straight win and their seventh win in the last eight games. Milwaukee visits Miami on Friday night.

The Bucks announced Tuesday that Matthew Dellavedova sprained his right ankle in Sunday’s win at Brooklyn. Dellavedova underwent an MRI Monday and examination by team doctors who say he will miss up to four weeks with the injury. In 37 games this year, he’s averaged around four points and three rebounds per game.

The Los Angeles Lakers have been fined $50,000 for violating the NBA’s tampering rule again. League officials made the announcement Tuesday.  In a recent interview with ESPN, Magic Johnson, the Lakers’ President of Basketball Operations was discussing the skills of Milwaukee star Giannis Antetokounmpo and said the Greek native would put the Bucks “on the map” and bring them an NBA title. It’s the third time in less than 12 months the Lakers have been disciplined for tampering and the second time they’ve been fined. NBA GM’s and team personnel are prohibited from talking about players under contract with other teams per the league’s Collective Bargaining Agreement.