KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/6/2021

High School Sports – Tuesday’s Results: 

Boys Basketball: 


Neenah 67, Fond du Lac 50

–Henry Wright scored 15 points to lead the Cardinals in the loss. Fondy hosts Appleton West on Friday

Kaukauna 105, Appleton West 68

Hortonville 71, Oshkosh West 64


Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 58, Valley Christian 46


Ripon 82, Winnebago Lutheran 73

North Fond du Lac 83, Stockbridge 71

–Logan Te Strote scored 18 points to lead the Orioles in the victory

Lomira 55, Oakfield 34

Sheboygan Falls 77, Waupun 53

Mayville 62, Kewaskum 37

Girls Basketball: 


Fond du Lac 57, Green Bay East 13

Stockbridge 47, Lena 29


St. Mary’s Springs 49, North Fond du Lac 37

–Reese Neumann scored 10 points to lead the Ledgers in the win. Bree Rock scored 11 points to pace the Orioles in the loss. 

Winnebago Lutheran 68, Omro 39

–Geneva Hewitt and Alayna Suprenand each scored 17 points in the win for the Vikings

Laconia 73, Mayville 43

East Central Conference:

Kewaskum 71, Campbellsport 22


Central Wisconsin Christian 48, Dodgeland 33

Markesan 41, Princeton/Green Lake 28

Big East: 

Sheboygan Lutheran 48, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 38

Boys Hockey: 

Fond du Lac 4, Appleton United 1

Waupun 3, Oshkosh 1


Sheboygan Falls 43, Ripon 22

Brillion 70, New Holstein 6

Boys Swimming: 

Neenah 129, Fond du Lac 47

Men’s College Basketball: 

Big East: 

UConn 65, Marquette 54

–Dawson Garcia scored 20 points to lead the Golden Eagles in the loss

Big Ten: 

#23 Michigan State 68, #15 Rutgers 45


Denver 123, Minnesota 116

Chicago 111, Portland 108

Sports Headlines: 

>>Packer DBs Woodson, Butler Named Finalists For Pro Football Hall Of Fame

(Canton, OH)  —  Former Green Bay Packer defensive backs Charles Woodson and LeRoy Butler are finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.  Fifteen players were on the list released Tuesday.  Woodson made four Pro Bowls and was named first-team All-Pro twice during his six seasons in Green Bay.  He intercepted 37 passes and helped the Packers win Super Bowl 45 by a 31-25 score over the Pittsburgh Pirates.  Butler had 38 interceptions in his 12-year career – all with the Packers.  He made four Pro Bowls and was named first-team All-Pro four times, helping the Packers win Super Bowl 31 by a 35-21 score over the New England Patriots.  Voting will be conducted later this month with the ceremony in August.

>>Bucks Try To Develop Some Momentum During Long Homestand

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  The Milwaukee Bucks go for their third straight win tonight (Wednesday), with tip-off at 7:00 p-m for a game against Detroit.  The Bucks are in the middle of a five-game homestand to be played over a stretch of nine days.  The team is looking for some momentum after a mediocre start to the season, resulting in a 4-and-3 record.  Detroit is 1-and-7.  This year’s unique scheduling has the Bucks hitting the court for a game every other day, six times over the next two weeks.  Milwaukee has a record of 43-and-11 inside the Fiserv Forum since it opened, but the lack of fans takes away some of that benefit.  The Bucks beat this same Detroit team Monday night 125-115.

>>Former Badger Turcotte Scores Goal As USA Wins Junior Hockey Championship

(Edmonton, AB)  —  Former Wisconsin Badger Alex Turcotte scored one of the two goals as the United States won the World Junior Hockey Championship Tuesday.  The U-S upset Canada 2-0 in Edmonton to take the title.  Spencer Knight had 34 saves in the shutout as the U-S won six games in a row.  The team finished sixth in the same competition last year – although the Americans have won four-out-of-five when they take on Canada for the top prize.  Canada had been dominant coming into the gold-medal game, outscoring its opponents 41-4.  The Canadians were trying to defend the title they claimed last year.

>>UW Volleyball Starts Season No. 1 In AVCA Poll

(Madison, WI)  —  The University of Wisconsin volleyball team got 40 of the 62 first-place votes in the preseason poll by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.  The Badgers are ranked number-one.  Four other teams in the Big Ten are ranked in the top 25 – Minnesota, Penn State, Purdue, and Michigan.  The Big Ten and most other conference postponed the traditional fall season to start this month.  Wisconsin will open the season with two matches against Purdue the weekend of January 22nd.  Wisconsin returns most of the roster that rolled up a solid 27-and-7 record in the 2019 season, losing to Stanford in the championship match.