KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/22/20

High School Sports – Tuesday’s Results: 

Boys Basketball: 


St. Mary’s Springs 59, North Fond du Lac 58

–Aidan Ottery beat the buzzer with the game-winning three-pointer to knock off the Orioles on the road.

Winnebago Lutheran 81, Mayville 74

–Ethan Cole and Donovan Schwartz each scored 21 points to lead the Vikings past the Cardinals. WLA improves to 7-0 in conference play with the win. 

Laconia 59, Lomira 29

–Reed Gunnink scored 15 points and had 12 rebounds in the win for the Spartans. Dylan Immel scored 16 points to lead Lomira in the loss


Oshkosh Lourdes 88, Oakfield 37

–Grant Burbach and Tre Wonser each scored nine points to lead the Oaks in the loss. 


New Holstein 64, Kewaskum 53

Chilton 67, Reedsville 48

Two Rivers 83, St. Lawrence Seminary 32

Girls Basketball: 

Winnebago Lutheran 65, Watertown Luther Prep 46

–Kaylee Frey scored 15 points to lead the Vikings in the win

Lomira 53, Chilton 24

Waupun 57, Hartford 35

Berlin 54, Mayville 34

Central Wisconsin Christian 52, Wautoma 38

Boys Hockey: 

Fond du Lac 3, Neenah/Hortonville/Menasha 0

–Cole Carlson scored all three goals for Fondy in the win

Girls Hockey: 

FDL Warbirds 6, Lakeshore 3

Men’s College Basketball: 


Aurora 74, Marian 69

–Justin Wilson scored 15 points to lead the Sabres in the loss

Midwest Conference: 

Beloit College 59, Ripon College 55

–Trent Jones scored 17 points to lead the Red Hawks in the loss

Big Ten: 

Wisconsin 82, Nebraska 68

–The Badgers set a school record for three-pointers made as they held serve on their home court in a win over the Cornhuskers. Wisconsin made 18 three pointers, led by Brad Davison and Brevin Pritzl who each made four from beyond the arc. The Badgers improve to 5-3 in the Big Ten and 12-7 overall, they’ll play at Purdue on Friday. 

#21 Illinois 79, Purdue 62

–Five wins in a row for the Illini

#17 Maryland 77, Northwestern 66

Big East: 

Marquette 82, St. John’s 68

–Markus Howard scored 32 points, Sacar Anim added 21 as the Golden Eagles withstood the Red Storm at Fiserv Forum on Tuesday night. 

Women’s College Basketball: 

Midwest Conference: 

Ripon College 67, Beloit College 45

–Alison Leslie scored 18 points to lead Ripon to the win. The Red Hawks are now 9-0 in conference play. 


Three members of the Green Bay Packers are headed to the N-F-L Pro Bowl Sunday in Orlando, Florida. Wide receiver Davante Adams, linebacker Za’Darius Smith and defensive tackle Kenny Clark were added to the N-F-C roster Tuesday. Adams is replacing Julio Jones of Atlanta, Smith replaced Khalil Mack of Chicago and Clark took the spot of the Rams’ Aaron Donald. Aaron Rodgers and tackle David Bakhtiari were Pro Bowl selections but pulled out of the all-star game due to injuries. This will be the first Pro Bowl appearance for Clark and Smith and third straight appearance for Adams.


Florida 4, Chicago 3