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(11/12/14)

** WHEELER NEWS - MORNING STATE
SPORTS **

1/12/14 4:00
a.m.

SCOREBOARD

(NOTE: Boys and Girls Prep Scores in
separate capsule)

MENS COLLEGE
BASKETBALL

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DIVISION I

Marquette 67, Seton Hall
66

DIVISION II

UW-Parkside 84, Maryville
63

DIVISION
III

(1)UW-Stevens Point 86, UW-Superior
69

(10) UW-Whitewater 90, UW-Eau Claire
51

(13)St. Norbert 81, Monmouth
58

Beloit 80, Illinois College
75

Grinnell 105, Carroll
95

Ripon at Lawrence (NO SCORE
REPORTED)

Concordia-Wisconsin 90, Benedictine
76

Aurora 91, Wisconsin Lutheran 90
(OT)

Marian 83, Rockford
70

Lakeland 75, Dominican
66

Madison Edgewood 63,
Concordia-Chicago 57

UW-Platteville 61, UW-Stout
42

UW-Oshkosh 65, UW-River Falls
63

Carthage 65, North Central of
Illinois 51

WOMENS COLLEGE
BASKETBALL

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DIVISION I

Marquette 73, Xavier
67

Milwaukee 75, Green Bay
64

DIVISION II

Maryville 78, UW-Parkside
60

DIVISION
III

(16) Carthage 119, North Central of
Illinois 78

(17) UW-Oshkosh 89, UW-River Falls
57

(19)UW-Whitewater 64, UW-Eau Claire
57

(24)UW-Stevens Point 76, UW-Superior
60

Finlandia 90, Mount Mary
43

Carroll 73, Grinnell
72

Illinois College 66, Beloit
63

Monmouth 64, Saint Norbert
62

Ripon at Lawrence (NO SCORE
REPORTED)

Rockford 67, Marian
58

Wisconsin Lutheran 69, Aurora
38

Concordia-Wisconsin 65, Benedictine
54

Madison Edgewood 74,
Concordia-Chicago 48

Lakeland 73, Dominican
57

Alverno 96, Milwaukee Engineering 92
(OT)

UW-Stout 76, UW-Platteville
65

NBA

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Oklahoma City 101, Milwaukee
85

COLLEGE
HOCKEY

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MEN

(14) Wisconsin 3, (8) Michigan
1

WOMEN

(4) North Dakota 4, (2) Wisconsin
1

AHL

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Chicago 2, Milwaukee
1

INDOOR
SOCCER

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Milwaukee 28, Rochester
12

Here are the
stories:

Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant proved
too much for Milwaukee, in a 101-85 win over the Bucks. Durant led all players
with 33 points and adding 10 rebounds in the win. Bucks' forward Serge Ibaka
tallied a double-double in the loss (17 points and 17 rebounds). Milwaukee has
let to win in January, dropping eight of their last nine games... 0-5 so far in
2014.

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Marquette got back on the winning
track, squeaking a 67-66 win over Big East conference foe Seton Hall yesterday.
Junior Todd Mayo scored 19 points in the win, while Jamil Wilson added another
16 points. The Golden Eagles led by as much as 16 and nearly let the game slip
in the second half. Seton Hall guard Sterling Gibbs sank a half-court shot with
time expiring, but it wasn't enough. The Golden Eagles improve its conference
record to 2-2.

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Wisconsin-native Jerry Kelly shot a
three-under-66 in the Sony Open yesterday, improving to ten-under for the
tournament and a two-way tie for fourth. Kelly enters today's final round just
two shots back from tournament leader Chris Kirk (12-under). Another
Wisconsinite, Pwaukee's Mark Wilson, didn't do so well in the third round.
Wilson shot a one-over-71 yesterday, setting him back nine shots from the lead
and in a nine-way tie for 55th.

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The Wisconsin men's hockey team
grabbed its first sweep of a top ten opponent since 2011 last night, in a 3-1
win over the Michigan Wolverines. Junior forward Joseph LaBate scored a goal and
an assist in the win, while sophomore defenseman Kevin Schulze had two assists.
The Badgers improve to 4-2 in Big Ten play, 13-6-1 overall. Badgers are back in
action on January 24 for a two-game series with Ohio State at the Kohl
Center.

 

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