KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/3/20

High School Sports – Thursday’s Results: 

Boys Basketball: 

Cedar Grove-Belgium 76, St. Mary’s Springs 38

–Aidan Ottery scored 20 points to lead the Ledgers. 

Girls Basketball: 

Waupun 62, Winneconne 30

Plymouth 60, Campbelllsport 43


Kimberly 61, Fond du Lac 12

–The Cardinals got wins from Issac Ortegon (152 pounds), Josiah Streblow (160) and Joe Schmitz (285). 

Winneconne 64, Waupun 12

Campbellsport 45, Plymouth 33

Boys Swimming: 

Fond du Lac placed 2nd in the Sheboygan North Invite, scoring 92 team points. Sheboygan North was first with 155 points. 

Men’s College Basketball: 

Big Ten: 

The University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team rides a three-game win streak into tonight’s Big Ten game at Ohio State. The 8-and-5 Badgers wrapped up non-conference play with a 65-37 victory over Rider University on New Year’s Eve at home. The fifth-ranked Buckeyes fell to 11-and-2 with a 67-59 loss to West Virginia Sunday in Cleveland. Ohio State’s first loss was at Minnesota on December 15th.  Both teams are 1-1 in conference play. U-W’s lone road victory was a 68-48 win at Tennessee last Saturday. Head coach Greg Gard is 3-and-2 all-time against Ohio State. Tipoff time tonight is 6 pm – no broadcast on KFIZ because of High School Basketball. 

#14 Michigan State 76, Illinois 56

Purdue 83, Minnesota 78 (2OT)


It’s been a rough start to the season for the San Antonio Spurs – who bring a 14-and-19 record into Saturday night’s game against the Bucks.  It’s also been a long time since the Spurs were under .500 this deep into any season. The Spurs are 3-2 in their last five games, including a loss last night to Oklahoma City. They meet a Bucks team many think is the best in the N-B-A, with a 31-5 record. Giannis Antetokounmpo was just named N-B-A Player of the Month for the sixth time in the last seven months.  Milwaukee coach Mike Budenholzer was named Coach of the Month for December. Tipoff time Saturday night is 7:30 pm, listen on KFIZ. 

Utah 102, Chicago 98

Minnesota 99, Golden State 84


Former Green Bay Packers safety Leroy Butler is listed among 15 modern-era finalists for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.  His wait has been a little longer than it was for some of his peers. Butler is the only member of the 1990s All-Decade N-F-L team who hadn’t been a finalist before this.  During his 12 seasons with the Packers Butler had 38 interceptions, 20-and-a-half sacks and was named All-Pro four times. Inductees for the Hall’s Class of 2020 will be announced February 1st.

College Football: 

Thursday’s Bowl Games: 

Gator Bowl: Tennessee 23, Indiana 22

Birmingham Bowl: Cincinnati 38, Boston College 6

Today’s Games: 

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl: Ohio vs. Nevada


Vancouver 7, Chicago 5