Sports Roundup – Saturday 2/1/19

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HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL
Big Rivers

EC NORTH   62
HUDSON   64

RIVER FALLS   55
MENOMONIE   44

CHIPPEWA FALLS   67
RICE LAKE   49


Cloverbelt

GREENWOOD   46
NEILLSVILLE   86


Non-Conference

NEW RICHMOND   71
EC MEMORIAL   83

LINCOLN   54
FALL CREEK   68


HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL
Dairyland

INDEPENDENCE   56
GILMANTON   38


Non-Conference

WAUSAU WEST   69
CHIPPEWA FALLS   57

SPRING VALLEY   53
TURTLE LAKE   23

DURAND   80
PRESCOTT   86

MEMORIAL   40
ONALASKA   61


WOMEN’S COLLEGE HOCKEY
WIAC

UW-STEVENS POINT   1
UW-EAU CLAIRE   9
Blugolds: 6-1 (17-4-2)


WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
WIAC

UW-OSHKOSH   81
UW-STOUT   67
Blue Devils: 5-5 (15-6)

UW-EAU CLAIRE   55
UW-WHITEWATER   68
Blugolds: 4-5 (13-7)


MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
WIAC

UW-WHITEWATER   74
UW-EAU CLAIRE   78
Blugolds: 4-5 (11-9)

UW-STOUT   62
UW-OSHKOSH   88
Blue Devils: 0-10 (6-15)

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