Sports Overtime – Friday 12/21/18

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HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL
Big Rivers

CHIPPEWA FALLS   48
EC NORTH   59

RICE LAKE   51
MENOMONIE   54

EC MEMORIAL   58
HUDSON   79


Dairyland

COCHRANE-FOUNTAIN CITY   47
AUGUSTA   66

MELROSE-MINDORO   39
ALMA CENTER LINCOLN  44


Heart O’North

BLOOMER   67
SPOONER   30

CUMBERLAND   68
CHETEK-WEYERHAEUSER   55


Non-Conference

ARCADIA   50
DURAND   68

ELK MOUND   34
PRESCOTT   67


HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL
Cloverbelt

MCDONELL CENTRAL   32
EC REGIS   54

THORP   41
FALL CREEK   52

ALTOONA   47
CADOTT   26

STANLEY-BOYD   46
OSSEO-FAIRCHILD   54

LOYAL   50
COLUMBUS CATHOLIC   39

NEILLSVILLE   71
GRANTON   10


Non-Conference

CHIPPEWA FALLS   48
HOLMEN   53

BOYCEVILLE   50
TURTLE LAKE  24

WEST SALEM   48
MONDOVI   27

AMERY   63
SAINT CROIX FALLS   53


MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Non-Conference

NORTHLAND  76
UW-STOUT   85
Blue Devils: 6-4


JUNIOR HOCKEY
NAHL

MINNESOTA MAGICIANS   6
CHIPPEWA STEEL   3
Steel: 8-21-1

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Four tornadoes confirmed in Western Wisconsin Friday night

This brings Wisconsin's count to 14 in just two days! That's in addition to widespread straight line wind damage.

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