KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 1/9/19

Tuesday’s High School Results:

Boys Basketball:


Neenah 78, Fond du Lac 43

Oshkosh North 65, Oshkosh West 51

Kimberly 84, Appleton North 63

Appleton West 67, Hortonville 58

Kaukauna 73, Appleton East 56


Winnebago Lutheran 69, St. Mary’s Springs 66

–Carson Nell scored 20 points to lead WLA, Cade Christensen scored 19 points in the loss for St. Mary’s Springs

Mayville 65, North Fond du Lac 57 (OT)

–Mathias Gilbertson scored 23 points in the loss for North Fondy, Jackson Mittelstadt scored 19 points for Mayville in the win

Laconia 63, Lomira 56

–Reed Gunnink scored 22 points to lead Laconia in the win


Oakfield 64, Princeton/Green Lake 41

–Jaxson Hoffman scored 18 points to lead the Oaks in the win

Central Wisconsin Christian 73, Horicon 67


Chilton 73, Mishicot 54

Girls Basketball:

Neenah 63, Fond du Lac 58

Lakeside Lutheran 46, Winnebago Lutheran 36

–Kaylee Frey scored 13 points and totaled eight rebounds in the loss for the Vikings

Lomira 67, New Holstein 60

–Crystal Geiger scored 27 points to lead Lomira in the win

Waupun 46, Kewaskum 28

Berlin 80, Campbellsport 37

Plymouth 46, Ripon 44

Central Wisconsin Christian 62, Horicon 44

Freedom 57, Kiel 43

Boys Hockey:

Fond du Lac 6, Oshkosh 1

Neenah/Hortonville/Menasha 4, St. Mary’s Springs 0

Boys Swimming:

Appleton North/East 135, Fond du Lac 50

–Andrew Park won the 200 yard freestyle (1:52.96), Charlie Quast won diving with a career-best 154.90. Josh Kolstad was second in diving with a career-best 141.85

Men’s College Basketball:

Midwest Conference:

Ripon College 94, Cornell College 69

–New Holstein alumnus Ryan Steffes scored a career-high 30 points with nine three pointers in the win for the Red Hawks

Big Ten:

Maryland 82, Minnesota 67

Michigan State 77, Purdue 59

Women’s College Basketball:


Marian 70, Illinois Tech 55

–Rachel Serchen scored 18 points to lead the Sabres to their first win of the season

Midwest Conference:

Ripon College 59, Cornell College 36


The Bucks hit the road to Houston to take on the Rockets tonight. Both teams come in with 8-2 records in their last 10 games – with Milwaukee most recently defeating Utah 114-102 on Monday night and Houston picking up a 125-113 win over Denver on Monday. Tipoff time is 7 pm, coverage begins at 6:30 on KFIZ.

Minnesota 119, Oklahoma City 117

College Football:

The Wisconsin Badgers football team finished unranked in both final national polls for the season. The Badgers picked up two votes in both the AP Top 25 and the Coaches Poll after finishing with an 8-5 record. Clemson got all 61 first place votes to take the top spot in the AP Poll after routing Alabama in Monday’s championship game. Alabama is at number two, with Ohio State third, Oklahoma fourth, Notre Dame fifth, LSU sixth, Georgia and Florida tied for seventh with Texas ninth and Washington State 10th. Michigan (14), Penn State (17), Northwestern (21) and Iowa (25) are the other Big Ten teams in the final AP ranking.


Boston 4, Minnesota 0

Montreal 3, Detroit 2