Sports : Saturday, 2/4/17
Friday’s High School Results:
Neenah 60, Fond du Lac 54
–Luke Loewe scored 18 points, Sam Fredrickson 15 for the Cardinals in the loss. Fond du Lac is next in action Tuesday at Appleton North
Oshkosh North 71, Hortonville 56
Oshkosh West 78, Appleton North 68
Kimberly 69, Appleton East 50
Kaukauna 86, Appleton West 73
St. Mary’s Springs 64, Omro 59
–Springs head coach Kyle Krueger records his 300th career win.
Winnebago Lutheran 77, North Fond du Lac 38
Laconia 71, Mayville 51
Plymouth 54, Campbellsport 52
Waupun 59, Kewaskum 47
Ripon 56, Berlin 37
Roncalli 65, Chilton 46
New Holstein 59, Kiel 54
Lomira 51, St. Lawrence Seminary 45
Winnebago Lutheran 47, North Fond du Lac 38
Markesan 52, Oakfield 37
Central Wisconsin Christian 62, Princeton/Green Lake 26
Badgerland Conference Tournament:
Fond du Lac 5, Beaver Dam 4
St. Mary’s Springs 5, Appleton United 4 (OT)
–Springs advances to the tournament championship game against Fox Cities. The game will be played at 4pm this afternoon at the Blue Line in Fond du Lac.
Women’s College Basketball:
Marquette 103, Seton Hall 60
Denver 121, Milwaukee 117.
–Jabari Parker scored 27 points, Giannis Antetokounmpo 23 as the Bucks dropped their fifth straight game. Milwaukee travels to Phoenix tonight.
Bucks forward Khris Middleton has been medically cleared to return to game action for Wednesday’s game at home against Miami. Middleton suffered a ruptured left hamstring during a workout in September, and underwent surgery on September 29th to repair the injury.
Sports on the air today, the Bucks travel to Phoenix to face the Suns. Coverage starts at 7:40 tonight on KFIZ. Later on, its the NFL special “Seven Days to Sunday” at 11pm tonight.