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KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 3/12/2020


High School Sports - Today’s Schedule: 

Boys Basketball - WIAA Sectional Semifinals: 

Division 1: 

Kimberly vs. Eau Claire North (at Wisconsin Rapids)

Neenah vs. Chippewa Falls (at Marshfield)

Division 2: 

Hortonville vs. Mosinee (at Wausau East)

Kaukauna vs. Seymour (at Ashwaubenon)

Division 3: 

Waupun vs. Columbus (at Beaver Dam)

Division 4: 

Lourdes Academy vs. Iola-Scandinavia (at Kimberly)

Local College Sports - Wednesday’s Results: 


Marian 15, Bethany Lutheran 3 (Game 1)

Marian 5, Bethany Lutheran 1 (Game 2)

--Games played at Tucson, AZ


RPI 9, Marian 0 (5 Innings)

Susquehanna 6. Marian 1 

Men’s College Basketball: 

Big Ten Tournament - 1st Round: 

Minnesota 74, Northwestern 57

Indiana 89, Nebraska 64


Among the different strategies pursued to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, the N-B-A’s approach is the most emphatic.  The league schedule – including tonight’s (Thursday’s) Bucks-Celtics game – has been suspended until further notice. Most teams have 18 games left in the 2019-2020 season.  It isn’t clear if the missed games will be made up and the N-B-A has set no timetable for the resumption of play. The timing for the Milwaukee Bucks is good – with four losses in the last five games unraveling what has been an excellent season so far.


MLB Spring Training: 

LA Dodgers 4, Milwaukee 1 (7 Innings)

--Keston Hiura went 2 for 3 at the plate in the loss for the Brewers. Milwaukee plays Colorado and Arizona in Split Squad action today. 

Chicago Cubs 3, San Diego 2

NY Mets 7, St. Louis 3

Atlanta 3, Minnesota 2

NFL News: 

Green Bay Packers tight end Jimmy Graham is already saying his goodbyes.  After two seasons with the green-and-gold, the Packers are going to make his release official today (Thursday). The move will save the team eight million dollars in salary-cap space.  The 33-year-old Graham made the Pro Bowl five times during his career and caught 93 passes in two seasons with the Packers, good for one-thousand-83 yards and five touchdowns. He had one year remaining on his contract, but the Packers are among the 10 teams with the least cap space during free agency.


Chicago 6, San Jose 2

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