Sports : Sunday, 1/22/17
Saturday’s High School Results:
Fond du Lac 79, Kaukauna 78.
–Luke Loewe made the game winning layup with seven seconds left to lift the Cardinals to a one point win over the Ghosts at Fond du Lac High School. Sam Fredrickson had 20 points to lead FDL, Luke Loewe 17 and Caleb Goldstein 11. Fondy hosts Oshkosh West on Tuesday.
Oshkosh North 93, Appleton North 38
Hortonville 61, Appleton East 35
Kimberly 61, Neenah 56
Howards Grove 49, St. Mary’s Springs 42
Omro 60, North Fond du Lac 50
Laconia 60, Waupun 44
Lomira 58, Ripon 40
Beloit Turner 57, Mayville 44
St. Mary’s Springs 4, Northland Pines 3
Fond du Lac 3, University School of Milwaukee 2
North Fond du Lac/St. Mary’s Springs placed 2nd at the De Pere Duals. The Oriole/Ledger Wrestling team earned wins over Sturgeon Bay, Stevens Point, Green Bay United and Marinette before falling to De Pere in the Championship match. Andrew Forsythe, Dalton Fritch, Dakota Maas, Zach Choate, and Austin Hernandez all won their weight classes with 5-0 records.
Winnebago Lutheran took 6th place at the Markesan Invite. Luke Meihack (160 pounds) and Tanner Haase at 195 were first place finishers.
Laconia goes 5-0 at the Waupun tournament with wins over Kenosha Christian Life, Marshall, Mayville, Waupun and West Bend East.
Lomira finished fourth at the Terry Kramer Open at Fort Atkinson with 393 team points. Tyler Garrity at 106 pounds and Allan Klink at 220 pounds are 2nd place finishers for the Lions.
Campbellsport finishes third at the Bernie Kane Classic at Madison East HS. The Cougars defeat Madison East, Madison West and Madison LaFollette and lose to Wilmot Union and Oconomowoc.
Fond du Lac took fourth place at the Hartford Relays with 332 points. The highest finish for the Cardinals was a 2nd place finish in the 4X100 Individual Medley Relay with a time of 4:19:38.
Men’s College Basketball:
NACC: Aurora 91, Marian 74
River Falls 79, Oshkosh 57
Whitewater 65, Stout 51
La Crosse 77, Platteville 66
Stevens Point 89, Eau Claire 69
Grinnell 104, Ripon 101
Wisconsin 78, Minnesota 76 (OT)
–Ethan Happ scored a career high 28 points and added 12 rebounds as the Badgers outlasted the Gophers in overtime in Minneapolis. Bronson Koenig hit a three pointer with 44 seconds left in the extra period to put the Badgers ahead. Wisconsin hosts Penn State on Tuesday.
Michigan 66, Illinois 57
Indiana 82, Michigan State 75
Rutgers 65, Nebraska 64
Purdue 77, Penn State 52
Marquette 102, Creighton 94
Women’s College Basketball:
NACC: Aurora 77, Marian 58
Oshkosh 65, River Falls 55
Whitewater 74, Stout 63
La Crosse 71, Platteville 56
Eau Claire 56, Stevens Point 48
Ripon 65, Grinnell 31
Marquette 102, DePaul 101 (OT)
Green Bay 89, Milwaukee 47
NBA: Miami 109, Milwaukee 97. Giannis had 24 points as the Bucks lost their 5th game in a row.
Men’s College Hockey:
Lake Forest 4, Marian 3
Later this afternoon, the Packers play the Falcons for a spot in Super Bowl 51 in Houston. Pregame coverage begins at 1pm with kickoff set for 2:05. Coverage of the AFC Championship between New England and Pittsburgh will follow.