Sports : Friday, 2/24/17
Thursday’s High School Scores:
Fond du Lac 82, Kaukauna 76
–Luke Loewe scored 23 points, Sam Fredrickson 19 and Drew Jorgensen 13 as the Cardinals held off the Ghosts in Kaukauna. The Cardinals finish in 3rd place outright in FVA with the win.
Oshkosh North 81, Oshkosh West 61
Neenah 56, Kimberly 55
Hortonville 62, Appleton East 51
St. Mary’s Springs 74, North Fond du Lac 68
–Blake Bauer scored 17 points, Jerard Stoegbauer 16 for Springs, Dawson Wodsedalek had 24 for the Orioles.
Winnebago Lutheran 49, Lomira 42
–Mason Herkstroeter scores 14 points to lead WLA in the win.
Omro 78, Mayville 67
Kettle Moraine Lutheran 64. Campbellsport 61
Ripon 70, Waupun 64
Kiel 60, Chilton 49
New Holstein 56, Roncalli 47
Oakfield 46, Princeton/Green Lake 42
Girls Basketball on KFIZ tonight, the Division 1 regional semifinals as Fond du Lac travels to Mequon Homestead. Coverage begins around 6:50, tipoff time is 7pm.
High School Wrestling:
WIAA State Individual Meet:
195 Pounds: FDL’s Colton Wasieleski loses to Waterford’s Jack Trautmann III by a 9-2 decision in the first round
285 Pounds: FDL’s Donte Johnson pins Konnor McNeal of Sauk Prairie in 2:37 in the first round, then defeats Daniel Cole of Ashwaubenon by a 5-1 decision in the quarterfinals. Johnson will wrestle Pewaukee’s Blaze Beltran in the semifinals tonight.
Lomira’s Allan Klink, Adam Kinyon and Campbellsport’s Matt Koelbel all win in their first round matches at state.
Division 3: All three wrestlers from Laconia, Zachary Foth, Zach Coffeen and Caleb Hopp win in their first round matches at state.
Men’s College Basketball:
Ohio State 83, Wisconsin 73
–27 points from Bronson Koenig wasn’t enough as the Badgers lost to the Buckeyes in Columbus on Thursday night. Ohio State shot 50 percent from the floor for the game and 62% from three point range in the win. D’Mitrik Trice added 14 for the Badgers who fall out of a first place tie with Purdue in the Big Ten. Wisconsin plays at Michigan State on Sunday afternoon.
Michigan State 88, Nebraska 72
The Milwaukee Bucks have traded center Roy Hibbert to Denver for a protected second round pick. The deal was reached just before the trade deadline Thursday. It’s the second time this month Hibbert has been dealt. The Bucks picked up Hibbert from the Charlotte Hornets on February 2nd.
The 30-year-old Hibbert is making $5 million this season and is set to become a free agent over the summer