Sports : Tuesday, 2/14/17

Monday’s High School Results:

Girls Basketball:


Fond du Lac 65, Kaukauna 30

–Ally Gietzel leads Fond du Lac with 17 points in the win.


St. Mary’s Springs 64, Oostburg 60

–Anja Smith scores 29 points to lead Springs in the win.

Fox Valley Lutheran 38, Winnebago Lutheran 32

North Fond du Lac 64, Berlin 42

–Kayla Duel scores 19 points, Nicole Scott 17 for the Orioles.

Lomira 74, Random Lake 41

–Natalie Geiger scores 22 points, including her 1,000th career varsity point in the win for Lomira. Hailey DeBoard adds 18 points for the Lions.

Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 62, New Holstein 50

Boys High School Basketball on the air tonight on KFIZ as Fond du Lac hosts the #2 ranked Kimberly Papermakers. Tipoff time is 7:15 pm.

The Badger Men’s Basketball team fell in both national polls following their 66-59 loss to Northwestern at the Kohl Center on Sunday. Wisconsin falls five spots to number 10 in the USA Today Coaches Poll and four spots to number 11 in the Associated Press Top 25. In the AP Poll, Gonzaga remains at number one for the third straight week with their 26-0 record. The rest of the top five is made up of Villanova, Kansas, Baylor and Arizona with the second five consisting of UCLA, Oregon, Louisville, West Virginia and North Carolina. The Badgers play at Michigan Thursday night.

This year’s NIT will experiment with rules, incorporating elements of playing four quarters while staying with a two-half format. The NCAA announced Monday its rules panel has approved resetting team fouls to zero at the end of 10-minute segments in each half, as well as doing away with the 1-and-1 free throw in favor or two foul shots on many fouls. Instead, teams will shoot two free throws after teams have reached four fouls during each 10-minute segment and three fouls during overtime. The fouls will reset at the 9:59 mark of each half. The rules panel also approved resetting the shot clock to 20 seconds instead of going back to 30 when a team inbounds in its frontcourt after a foul.

Add 100 consecutive wins to the UConn Huskies’ long list of milestones that includes 11 women’s basketball national titles. Getting Number 100 was a little tougher than many of the previous 99, which UConn won by an average 38.7 points. Gabby Williams scored a career-high 26 points and Napheesa Collier added 18 to help the top-ranked Huskies beat No. 6 South Carolina 66-55.

NBA: Milwaukee 102, Detroit 89

–Greg Monroe scored 25 points off the bench, Giannis Antetokounmpo added 23 as the Bucks defeated Detroit at home. Milwaukee travels to Brooklyn on Wednesday night, their final game before the all-star break.

Green Bay Packers receiver Geronimo Allison has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge. Allison’s attorney, Brian Maloney, entered the plea on his client’s behalf Monday. Reports say Allison was not in court and was not required to be there. The charge against Allison stems from a traffic stop in September in Manitowoc County. The next hearing is set for April 25.