KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 10/12/18

Thursday’s High School Results:

Boys Soccer:

Appleton North 2, Fond du Lac 0

–Nick Riley had 19 saves in goal for the Cardinals

Winnebago Lutheran 3, Omro 1

–Kaleb Schroeder scored twice for the Vikings in the win

North Fond du Lac United 8, Mayville 1

–Alex Gonzalez scored three goals for United in the win

Central Wisconsin Christian 10, Lomira 2

–Riley Westra scored four goals, while Zach Vander Werff had three in the win for the Crusaders.

Girls Volleyball:

Appleton North 3, Fond du Lac 1 (25-10, 21-25, 25-10, 25-13)

St. Mary’s Springs 3, Lomira 1 (25-22, 13-25, 25-22, 25-23)

–Katie Baker totaled 16 digs, Rachel Petersen 16 assists and Gracie Rieder added 11 kills in the win for Springs. The Ledgers won the Flyway Conference title – their first since 1976!

Mayville 3, Winnebago Lutheran 2 (16-25, 19-25, 25-22, 25-13, 15-9)

–Alyssa Lorenz had 13 kills and five blocks, while Julia Russ added 12 kills and five digs for WLA

Laconia 3, Omro 0 (25-14, 25-15, 25-21)

Kewaskum 3, Campbellsport 2 (25-19, 20-25, 25-5, 25-27, 15-8)

Plymouth 3, Waupun 0 (25-15, 25-15, 27-25)

Fall River 3, Central Wisconsin Christian 2 (25-21, 18-25, 25-21, 21-25, 15-5)

Girls Tennis:

Fond du Lac senior Kellie Hierl is moving on to the third round at the WIAA State Tennis Tournament. Hierl won her first round match on Thursday – defeating Katie Lehman of Franklin 6-2, 6-7, 10-6, then rallied to defeat Isy Thapar of Eau Claire Memorial 2-6, 7-5, 6-1 in the second round. Heirl’s next match will be at 11 am today against Logan White of Divine Savior Holy Angels.

Cross Country:

The North Fond du Lac/Oakfield boys cross country team won the Flyway Conference Meet at Lomira on Thursday with a team score of 41 points. Diego Charbonneau finished in second individually (17:27.45) with Xavier Lasee taking third place (17:53.29) and Nolan Stark taking seventh place (18:29.44).

The Lomira boys placed second with 65 points – Steven Aguirre placed fourth individually to lead the Lions (18:12.40). St. Mary’s Springs took third place as a team with 84 points – Isaac Shannon took first place individually with a time of 17:23.39. Sam Busse placed eighth for the Ledgers with a time of 18:48.78.

Omro was fourth (97 points), Laconia fifth (117), Mayville sixth (120), Winnebago Lutheran seventh (189).

Mayville won the conference title on the girls side at the Flyway Meet on Thursday – the Cardinals scored 36 points. Omro was second with 70, Lomira third (72), North Fond du Lac/Oakfield fourth (109), St. Mary’s Springs fifth (119), Laconia sixth (136).

Laconia’s Cyna Madigan took first place individually with a time of 20:48.30. Marin Reed from Lomira was second (21:12.40), WLA’s Elle Teske third (21:21.20) and Lizzie Guerin from St. Mary’s Springs was fourth (21:31.20). Mayville’s Amber Schraufnagel took fifth (21:54.90).

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NLCS – Game 1:

LA Dodgers at Milwaukee. Gio Gonzalez goes for Milwaukee against Clayton Kershaw for the Dodgers. First pitch is 7:09 pm, coverage on KFIZ begins at 6:35 pm.

College Basketball:

Badgers senior forward Ethan Happ was a unanimous preseason all-Big Ten selection at the conference media days on Thursday. Happ joined Purdue junior guard Carsen Edwards with unanimous preseason honors. Happ also earned first team all-conference honors from either the coaches or the media last year – after averaging close to 18 points per game in his junior season.

The UW-Oshkosh men’s basketball team is ranked #2 in the nation in the preseason D3Hoops.com top 25. The Titans were the national runner up last year, falling to Nebraska Wesleyan in the title game. It was UW-O’s first trip to the final four and national title game in school history. Three other WIAC teams are ranked in the poll – including Platteville at #10, Stevens Point at #12, and Whitewater at #24.


Philadelphia 34, NY Giants 13

–Carson Wentz threw for 279 yards and three touchdowns in the win for the Eagles.


Minnesota 4, Chicago 3 (OT)

Toronto 5, Detroit 3