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Sunday State Sports

(2/9/14)

** WHEELER NEWS - MORNING STATE SPORTS
**

MENS BASKETBALL

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DIVISION I

Milwaukee 73, Green Bay
63

DIVISION II

UW-Parkside 76, Rockhurst
63

DIVISION III

(7)UW-Whitewater 77, UW-Superior
44

Lawrence 82, Illinois
College 79

Grinnell 111, Beloit
98

Ripon 91, Monmouth
70

Madison Edgewood 86, Rockford
73

Concordia-Wisconsin 69, Dominican
66

Wisconsin Lutheran 91,
Concordia-Chicago 80

Milwaukee Engineering 80,
Benedictine 74 (OT)

Aurora 78, Marian
73

UW-Stout 57, UW-Oshkosh
52

UW-La Crosse 85, UW-Platteville
70

Carroll 61, Cornell
49

Bethany Lutheran 92, Northland
68

UW-Eau Claire 73, UW-River Falls
65

WOMENS
BASKETBALL

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DIVISION I

Indiana 76, Wisconsin
69

Butler 74, Marquette
70

Detroit 80, Milwaukee
68

Green Bay 81, UIC
54

DIVISION II

UW-Parkside 70, Rockhurst
66

DIVISION III

(9) Carthage 80, Augustana
53

(11) UW-Whitewater 86,
UW-Superior 73

(17) UW-Oshkosh 78, UW-Stout
50

Illinois College 62, Lawrence
41

Beloit 77, Grinnell
51

Bethany Lutheran 91, Northland
54

Monmouth 69, Ripon
52

Madison Edgewood 74, Rockford
65

Wisconsin Lutheran 71,
Concordia-Chicago 49

Benedictine 66, Milwaukee
Engineering 52

Concordia-Wisconsin 90, Dominican
52

Aurora 57, Marian
44

Cornell 92, Carroll 90
(2OT)

UW-River Falls 47, UW-Eau Claire
44

Alverno 71, Lakeland
61

UW-Platteville 74,
UW-La Crosse 67

COLLEGE HOCKEY

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WOMEN

(2) Wisconsin 3, Ohio State
2

NBA

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Houston 101, Milwaukee
95

Here are the
stories:

Milwaukee's Khris Middleton
scored 20 points and 8 assists, but it wasn't enough on Saturday night. The
Bucks dropped their 41st game of the season, falling to the Houston Rockets
101-95. Brandon Knight led all Bucks with 23 points, including three free throws
down the stretch that pulled the Bucks to within three. Dwight Howard recorded a
double-double in the game with 27 points and 13 rebounds for the
Rockets.

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Milwaukee got a big win over
cross-state rivals Green Bay on Saturday night, defeating the Phoenix in a
hard-fought 73-63 final. Milwaukee senior Jordan Aaron scored 30 points with 23
of them coming in the second half. Green Bay's Keifer Sykes led his team with 26
points in the loss. Milwaukee had trailed Green Bay at halftime, but shot
60-percent in the second half... storming back to knock-off the League-leading
Phoenix.

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The second-ranked Wisconsin
women's hockey team completed the sweep over Ohio State yesterday, downing the
Buckeyes by a final of 3-2. Redshirt junior Brittany Ammerman scored two goals
in the win, while goaltender Alex Rigsby recorded her 96th career win with 23
saves. The Badgers will be back in action on Saturday for a series with
top-ranked Minnesota.

 

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