Sports : Wednesday, 1/25/17

Boys Basketball:


Fond du Lac 83, Oshkosh West 61.

–Luke Loewe scored 30 points, Caleb Goldstein 20 and Sam Fredrickson 12 as the Cardinals rolled the Wildcats at Fond du Lac High School. Fondy hosts Oshkosh North on Friday night.

Oshkosh North 89, Appleton West 86

Kimberly 76, Appleton North 62

Kaukauna 80, Hortonville 47

Neenah 68, Appleton East 63


Kewaskum 56, North Fond du Lac 38

Waupun 67, Laconia 42. –The Spartans suffer their first loss of the season at the hands of the Warriors.

Berlin 75, Lomira 46

St. Lawrence Seminary 57, Elkhart Lake 46


Omro 47, Winnebago Lutheran 45. Eric Schmitz had 18 points, Noah Lorenz 10 points in the loss.


Oakfield 57, Randolph 50

Girls Basketball:

FVA: Fond du Lac 55, Oshkosh West 48. Ally Gietzel 21 points, Megan Dille 19 for Fond du Lac.


Winnebago Lutheran 47, North Fond du Lac 38

Laconia 58, Mayville 34

Lomira 55, Omro 39

East Central:

Campbellsport 52, Kewaskum 43

Plymouth 66, Waupun 65

Eastern Wisconsin:

Kiel 50, Chilton 29

Two Rivers 45, New Holstein 42


Oakfield 64, Johnson Creek 26

Boys Hockey:

Neenah/Hortonville/Menasha 5, St. Mary’s Springs 2

Arrowhead 4, Waupun 2


North Fond du Lac/St. Mary’s Springs 72, St. Lawrence Seminary 6

Laconia 56, Markesan 12

Boys Swimming:

Appleton West/Kimberly 106, Fond du Lac 78

Men’s College Basketball:

Big Ten:

Wisconsin 82, Penn State 55.

–Bronson Koenig scored 20 points, 16 for Vitto Brown 14 for Ethan Happ as the Badgers rolled Penn State at the Kohl Center for their 18th straight win at home.

Purdue 84, Michigan State 73

Maryland 67, Rutgers 55

Big East:

Marquette 74, #1 Villanova 72.

–Katin Reinhardt scored 19 points, Luke Fischer 15 as the Golden Eagles knocked off the top-ranked Wildcats in Milwaukee.

The selection committee for the NCAA Tournament is planning to give a look at its top 16 seeds in February, one month before the 68-team field locks in on March 12. NCAA and CBS Sports officials say the top four teams in each region will be revealed on Feb. 11 during a March Madness preview show on CBS. It’s the first time the men’s basketball selection committee has revealed its thinking during the season, giving teams an idea beyond outside rankings of where they stand heading into the tournament.

The picks will come with plenty of hoops still to play, including the end of the regular season and conference tournaments.The move mirrors a similar early reveal for the women’s NCAA Tournament. The women’s committee revealed its top 16 seeds on Monday night, and plans to do so again twice more before the bracket is unveiled March 13.

The Milwaukee Brewers have added another veteran to their bullpen after right-hander Joba Chamberlain agreed to a minor-league contract that includes an invitation to the big-league camp. The former New York Yankees reliever appeared in 20 games last season for the Cleveland Indians. He had a 2.25 ERA without recording a decision before being released by the Indians on July 10. The 31-year-old Chamberlain gives Milwaukee another potential piece to the back end of its bullpen. The Brewers last week signed free-agent Neftali Feliz to a one-year deal after the right-hander pitched last season with the Pittsburgh Pirates.

The Brewers need a closer after trading away Tyler Thornburg in the offseason to the Red Sox, and Jeremy Jeffress at the trade deadline last summer to Texas.

Sports on the air tonight, the Bucks host Philadelphia at the Bradley Center. Coverage starts at 6:40, tipoff just after 7 on KFIZ.