KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 3/5/2020

High School Sports – Today’s Schedule: 

Boys Hockey – WIAA State Semifinals: 

Division 2: 

St. Mary’s Springs vs. Rice Lake

–The Ledgers are making just their second trip to the state tournament, after falling in the semifinals in 2018. Listen to coverage on KFIZ starting at 9:45 this morning, game time is 10 am. The winner advances to the D-2 State Championship game, which is Saturday at 9:30 AM. 

Girls Basketball – WIAA Sectional Semifinals: 

Division 3: 

Laconia vs. Marshall (At Lomira High School)

–Coverage starts at 6:45, tipoff at 7 pm on KFIZ

Kewaskum vs. Sheboygan Falls (at Brillion High School)

Division 5: 

Oakfield vs. Oshkosh Lourdes (At Central Wisconsin Christian High School)

Winners advance to the Sectional Finals on Saturday where tickets will be punched to the State Tournament.

Men’s College Basketball: 

Big Ten:

#24 Wisconsin 63, Northwestern 48

–Nate Reuvers scored 11 points, with four other Badgers scoring nine points each as Wisconsin downed Northwestern to win their seventh game in a row. The Badgers travel to Indiana to close out the regular season on Saturday morning. 

Indiana 72, Minnesota 67

Women’s College Basketball: 

Big Ten Tournament – 1st Round: 

Wisconsin 71, Illinois 55

–Abby Laszewski scored 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Badgers past the Illini. Wisconsin plays Rutgers in the 2nd round this afternoon. 


Milwaukee 119, Indiana 100

–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 29 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as the Bucks bounced back from Monday’s loss in Miami with a home win over the Pacers on Wednesday night. Milwaukee hits the road for their next three contests – starting with Friday night’s tilt against the Lakers in Los Angeles

Minnesota 115, Chicago 108

MLB Spring Training: 

Chicago White Sox 5, Milwaukee 1

–Lorenzo Cain had two hits, while Keston Hiura blasted a solo home run in the fourth inning as the Brewers fell to the White Sox in Cactus League play. Milwaukee plays Cincinnati this afternoon. 

Chicago Cubs 6, Cincinnati 6 (Tie)

NY Mets 4, St. Louis 1

Philadelphia 9, Pittsburgh (Split Squad) 7

Atlanta 9, Pittsburgh (Split Squad) 7

Detroit 13, Boston 9

Kansas City 9, San Diego 7

Cleveland 6, Arizona 2