Sports : Wednesday, 11/23/16

Girls High School Basketball:

Beaver Dam 66, Fond du Lac 47. Ally Gietzel with 28 points to lead the Cardinals.

Waupun 71, St. Mary’s Springs 58

Winnebago Lutheran 56, Ripon 35 – McKenzie Boehlke 15 points, 12 rebounds for WLA.

Lomira 61, Berlin 31

Grafton 63, Campbellsport 40

Laconia 62, Westfield 3

Central Wisconsin Christian 55, Randolph 33

Oakfield 60, Cambria-Friesland 33

Omro 66, New Holstein 34

Plymouth 63, Kiel 45

Boys High School Basketball:

Valders 71, Winnebago Lutheran 27

Columbus 76, North Fond du Lac 50.

Rio 76, Central Wisconsin Christian 33

Gibraltar 42, Chilton 35

Howards Grove 54, Kiel 52

Men’s College Basketball:

Wisconsin 73, Georgetown 57 in the semifinals at the Maui Invitational. Bronson Koenig led the Badgers with 20 points, Ethan Happ had a double-double 19 points and 15 rebounds.The Badgers will play North Carolina in the Maui championship game tonight. The Tar Heels defeated Oklahoma State 107-75 last night. Pregame coverage begins at 8pm tonight on KFIZ.

Elsewhere in the Big Ten:

#3 Indiana fell in overtime to Indiana Purdue-Fort Wayne 71-68. It’s the Mastodon’s first ever win over a ranked team since their move to Division 1 basketball in 2001-02.

Purdue topped Utah State, Notre Dame got by Northwestern, Maryland beat Stony Brook and Minnesota beat Arkansas.

Marquette 104. IUPUI 79. Hannif Cheatham had 22 points, the Golden Eagles shot 60 percent from the floor in the first half in their win.

NACC: Concordia (WI) 80, Marian 78

Women’s College Basketball: Milwaukee 80, Wisconsin 63. UWM’s first win over the Badgers since 1992.

The Badgers football team entered the top six of the College Football Playoff Rankings this week. Wisconsin moves up a spot in this week’s rankings that were released Tuesday. The top four this week remains unchanged, with Alabama, Ohio State, Michigan and Clemson holding steady. Washington moves up to number five, with the Badgers at six, Penn State at seven, Oklahoma at eight, Colorado at nine and Oklahoma State at 10.

Women’s College Hockey: St. Scholastica 4, Marian 1