KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/10/18
Boys High School Basketball:
Fond du Lac 71, Oshkosh West 68
–Drew Jorgensen scored 27 points, Quintin Winterfeldt added 20 as the Cardinals defeated the Wildcats at Fond du Lac High School. Fondy hosts Kaukauna on Friday
Kaukauna 94, Oshkosh North 89
–The Ghosts hand the Spartans their first loss of the year. Jordan McCabe scored 41 for Kaukauna,
Kimberly 59, Appleton West 52
Neenah 72, Appleton East 57
Winnebago Lutheran 67, Lomira 59
–Gabe Pruss scored 16 points and tallied 13 rebounds, Mason Herkstroeter added 16 for WLA in the win.
Columbus 81, North Fond du Lac 63
Markesan 66, Mayville 49
Mishicot 51, St. Lawrence Seminary 48
Girls High School Basketball:
Fond du Lac 48, Oshkosh West 38
St. Mary’s Springs 50, North Fond du Lac 39
–Emily Mueller and Gracie Rieder each scored 16 in the win for Springs
Omro 59, Winnebago Lutheran 54
–Alayna Suprenand scored 17 in the loss for the Vikings
Laconia 57, Mayville 43
–Haley Rens scored 18 to lead Laconia
Waupun 53, Kewaskum 23
Berlin 48, Campbellsport 38
Central Wisconsin Christian 44, Horicon 39
Sheboygan Falls 71, Lomira 62
Boys High School Hockey:
Waupun 6, Fond du Lac 0
Men’s College Basketball:
Marian 92, Wisconsin Lutheran 89 (OT)
–The Sabres have won five straight. Kelvin Jones scored 21 to lead Marian in the win. Former Fondy Cardinal Caleb Goldstein scored eight points for Wisconsin Lutheran in the loss.
Nebraska 63, Wisconsin 59
–Ethan Happ posted a double-double of 19 points and 11 rebounds in the loss for Wisconsin, Brad Davison added 15 points, Brevin Pritzl 10. The Badgers trailed by nine with 11 seconds left, but back-to-back three pointers from Pritzl and Davison cut the lead to three with one second left. Nebraska’s Evan Taylor converted one of two free throws to seal the win for the Huskers. Wisconsin drops to 2-3 in conference and 9-9 overall. They’ll conclude their three-game road trip next Tuesday at Purdue.
Purdue 70, Michigan 69
Indiana 74, Penn State 70
Marquette 84, Seton Hall 64
–Andrew Rowsey scored 31 to lead Marquette past the Pirates at the Bradley Center. The Golden Eagles travel to Butler Friday night.
It appears the Packers have found their next defensive coordinator. Multiple reports said Tuesday the Packers are set to name Mike Pettine their new defensive leader, replacing Dom Capers who was let go last week. Pettine was the defensive coordinator for the New York Jets under Rex Ryan from 2009 to 2012 and the Buffalo Bills in 2013. Pettine most recently served as the head coach of the Cleveland Browns from 2014 to 2015
Packers defensive tackle Mike Daniels was named to the Pro Bowl roster on Tuesday. Daniels replaces Los Angeles Rams’ defensive tackle Aaron Donald who will be unable to play because of an injury. It is the first selection to the Pro Bowl for Daniels, after being named an alternate each of the past three seasons. Daniels recorded a career-best 72 tackles, 42 of them solo, while finishing third on the Packers with five sacks in 2017.