Sports : Friday, 2/10/17

Boys Basketball:


Appleton West 80, Fond du Lac 72.

–Caleb Goldstein scored 31 points, Luke Loewe 26 in the loss for Fondy. The Cardinals play at Appleton East on Saturday night.

Oshkosh North 62, Neenah 49

Kimberly 70, Oshkosh West 66

Hortonville 78, Appleton North 62

Kaukauna 74, Appleton East 53


St. Mary’s Springs 73, Lomira 47

–Blake Bauer scored 21 points to lead Springs.

Laconia 69, Omro 45

–Drew Gunnink scored 20 points, Keegan Grade 19 in the win for Laconia.

East Central:

Ripon 71, Campbellsport 51

Waupun 69, Winneconne 51

Eastern Wisconsin:

New Holstein 66, Brillion 49

Sheboygan Falls 65, Chilton 50


St. Lawrence Seminary 69, Stockbridge 63

Girls Basketball:

Central Wisconsin Christian 42, Markesan 22

Oshkosh Lourdes 65, Oakfield 50

Boys Hockey:

GB Notre Dame 5, Fond du Lac 3

St. Mary’s Springs 7, De Pere 1

Sports on the air tonight, Girls High School Basketball as St. Mary’s Springs visits Lomira. Coverage begins just after 7 with tipoff time scheduled for 7:15 tonight on KFIZ.

Men’s College Basketball:

Big Ten:

Wisconsin 70, Nebraska 69 (OT)

–Nigel Hayes drained a three pointer with 19 seconds left in the extra period as the Badgers escaped Lincoln with a win. Hayes scored 20 points, Zak Showalter 15 and Bronson Koenig 12 as Wisconsin won its eighth straight game. The Badgers host Northwestern on Sunday.

Purdue 69, Indiana 64

Horizon League:

Northern Kentucky 69, Green Bay 67

Wright State 76, Milwaukee 65

Women’s College Basketball:

Big Ten:

Wisconsin 82, Nebraska 56

–The first conference win for Wisconsin on the season.

Horizon League:

Green Bay 79, Cleveland State 60

Milwaukee 86, Youngstown State 82

The Milwaukee Bucks say Jabari Parker has suffered a season-ending left ACL injury for the second time in three years.

Parker will need surgery after tearing the ACL in the third quarter of the Bucks’ 116-88 loss to Miami on Wednesday. The Bucks say the recovery and rehabilitation period will take about a year. Parker was averaging a career-high 20.1 points and 6.2 rebounds, one of the Bucks’ franchise cornerstones. Until Wednesday, he showed no signs that the knee was giving him trouble, consistently making explosive drives to the bucket.

Parker went down with 6:34 left in the third quarter after making minimal contact with a defender with his body on a drive to the lane. His left knee did not make contact but buckled