Sports : Tuesday, 2/21/17

Monday’s HS Scores:

Boys Basketball:


North Fond du Lac 76, St. Lawrence Seminary 61

–Dawson Wodsedalek scored 37 points, Anthony Duel 15 for the Orioles.

Valders 76, Laconia 63

–Drew Gunnink led Laconia with 20 points, Jaylen Mahone scored 18

East Central:

Ripon 69, Kettle Moraine Lutheran 59

The WIAA tournament begins tonight in girls basketball, it’s the regional quarterfinal round tonight. Here’s who is in action for area teams.

Division 3:

#10 North Fond du Lac at #7 Campbellsport

#12 Ripon at #5 Mayville

#9 Chilton at #8 Denmark

#14 New Holstein at #3 Kewaunee

Division 4:

#12 Dodgeland at #5 St. Mary’s Springs (6:55 pregame on KFIZ)

#9 Kohler at #8 Winnebago Lutheran

Division 5:

#12 Johnson Creek at #5 Oakfield

#11 Madison Abundant Life at #6 Central Wisconsin Christian

Girls Hockey Sectional Semifinals tonight at the Blue Line as Fond du Lac hosts University School of Milwaukee. Puck drop is 7:30 pm.

The Badger men’s basketball team fell in both national polls after a week that saw them go 1-1 with a loss to Michigan on Thursday and a win over Maryland on Sunday. Wisconsin fell five spots in the USA Today Coaches Poll to number 15, and five spots in the Associated Press Top 25, to number 16. In the AP Poll, the top three remains unchanged with Gonzaga, Villanova and Kansas holding down those spots. Rounding out the top five are a pair of Pac-12 teams in Arizona and UCLA. The rest of the top 10 consists of Oregon, Louisville, North Carolina, Baylor and Duke. Wisconsin plays at Ohio State on Thursday.

Women’s College Basketball:

Horizon League:

Green Bay 65, Illinois-Chicago 31

Milwaukee 80, Valparaiso 64


It was just a formality but Dustin Johnson has reached the top of the world golf rankings for the men. He moved to No.1 after his win at the Genesis Open over the weekend. Johnson tops Jason Day, Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson and Hideki Matsuyama Other highly ranked Americans are Jordan Spieth in the sixth spot, Justin Thomas eighth, Rickie Fowler and Bubba Watson 14th and 15th and Phil Mickelson 23rd