Sports : Saturday, 1/14/17
Friday’s High School Results:
Kimberly 85, Fond du Lac 70.
–Luke Loewe had 20 points, Caleb Goldstein 19 in the loss for Fond du Lac. The Cardinals are next in action on Tuesday at Appleton East
Oshkosh North 93, Kaukauna 80
Oshkosh West 65, Appleton East 62
Neenah 91, Appleton North 57
Mayville 56, St. Lawrence Seminary 37
Green Lake/Princeton 66, Central Wisconsin Christian 56
Oakfield 64, Wayland Academy 57
Kiel 68, Chilton 40
New Holstein 86, Roncalli 64
St. Mary’s Springs 61, Lomira 54
Laconia 54, Winnebago Lutheran 26
Mayville 53, North Fond du Lac 47 (OT)
Ripon 52, Campbellsport 51
Waupun 63, Winneconne 34
Central Wisconsin Christian 56, Green Lake/Princeton 30
Waupun 7, Germantown 2
Men’s College Hockey:
Marian 2, Concordia-Wisconsin 1
Women’s College Basketball:
Marquette 85, Xavier 61
Milwaukee 81, Detroit 69
Green Bay 89, Oakland 47
NBA: Milwaukee 116, Miami 108
Jabari Parker had 24 points and Giannis Antetokounmpo added 19 to help the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Miami Heat 116-108 Friday night. Antetokounmpo also had eight rebounds and six assists after being limited by illness throughout the week. Greg Monroe added 16 points and 11 rebounds.
In Packers News:
Receiver Jordy Nelson will miss the Packers’ divisional round playoff game on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys because of injured ribs. Coach Mike McCarthy said on Friday that Nelson would not be medically cleared to take part in the team’s final practice on Saturday, and that the medical staff determined that Nelson would not be ready for the game.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Sam Shields has entered a not guilty plea to marijuana possession. Attorneys for Shields appeared on his behalf in Brown County Circuit Court on Friday. Shields was charged with two misdemeanors, possessing marijuana and drug paraphernalia, after he allowed officers to search his Green Bay area home in October.
Baseball: The Brewers agreed to a $4,275,000 deal with Wily Peralta and a $2,175,000 contract with Carlos Torres for 2017, avoiding arbitration with both right-handers. Milwaukee exchanged arbitration figures Friday with right-hander Chase Anderson. The team offered $2.45 million and Anderson asked for $2.85 million.