KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/17/18

Boys High School Basketball:


Appleton East 69, Fond du Lac 43

–Jack Cole paced the Cardinals with 17 points. Fondy visits Neenah on Friday.

Oshkosh North 79, Neenah 49

Oshkosh West 56, Kimberly 54

Kaukauna 83, Hortonville 73


Laconia 63, St. Mary’s Springs 60 (OT)

–Ryan Smit hit a three-pointer in overtime to give Laconia the win over the Ledgers. Jaylen Mahone scored 23 for Laconia, Mitch Waechter had 17 to lead Springs.

Lomira 78, North Fond du Lac 64

–Kenny Immel scored 29 points for Lomira, Dawson Wodsedalek had 16 for North Fondy.

Omro 74, Mayville 67

East Central:

Waupun 65, Ripon 43

Eastern Wisconsin:

Chilton 58, Two Rivers 52

Sheboygan Falls 83, Kiel 44


Oakfield 68, Horicon 61


Living Word Lutheran 75, St. Lawrence Seminary 39

Girls High School Basketball:


Appleton East 59, Fond du Lac 47


Belleville 52, Ripon 48

Boys Hockey:

Neenah/Hortonville/Menasha 4, Fond du Lac 2

Waupun 11, Oshkosh 0

Girls Hockey:

University School of Milwaukee 3, FDL Warbirds/Beaver Dam 2

Boys Swimming:

Oshkosh North/Lourdes 97, Fond du Lac 89

–Abe Stoffel-Murray took first in the 200 yard freestyle and the 100 yard freestyle, Ben Stoffel-Murray first in the 200 yard Individual Medley and the 100 yard backstroke, Andrew Park took first in the 500 yard freestyle, while Fondy’s 400 yard freestyle relay team took first place.

Men’s College Basketball:

Big Ten:

Purdue 78, Wisconsin 50

–Ethan Happ scored 15 points to lead the Badgers in the loss at Purdue. Wisconsin shot just 35 percent from the floor for the game, as they closed out a three-game road trip with their third straight defeat. The Badgers drop to 2-4 in the Big Ten, 9-10 overall. They’ll host Illinois on Friday night.

Women’s College Basketball:


Concordia-Chicago 75, Marian 48


Packers wide receiver Davante Adams has been named to the Pro Bowl roster. Adams will take the spot of Atlanta’s Julio Jones, who is unable to participate because of an injury. This is Adams’ first trip to the Pro Bowl, and its the ninth consecutive year that Green Bay has had a player on offense in the all-star game. Adams led the Packers with 74 receptions for 885 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2017.