KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 10/24/19

High School Sports: 

Tonight’s Schedule

WIAA Boys Soccer Tournament: 

Division 3 Regional Semifinals: 

Waupun hosts Winneconne

Ripon hosts Xavier

New Holstein travels to Green Bay Notre Dame

Kewaskum at Milwaukee Pius

Division 4 Regional Semifinals: 

Winnebago Lutheran hosts Algoma

Lomira travels to Lodi

Campbellsport travels to Lake Mills

Mayville travels to Columbus

Central Wisconsin Christian hosts St. John’s NW Military Academy

St. Lawrence Seminary travels to Clintonville

Kiel travels to Omro


WIAA Girls Volleyball Tournament:

Division One Regionals: 

Fond du Lac travels to Hartford

Division 2 Regional Semifinals: 

Waupun travels to Xavier

Kewaskum hosts Grafton

Division 3 Regional Semifinals: 

St. Mary’s Springs travels to Southern Door

Laconia hosts Poynette

Lomira travels to Marshall

New Holstein travels to Valders

Division 4 Regional Semifinals: 

Central Wisconsin Christian travels to Hilbert

Local College Sports – Wednesday’s Results: 

Men’s Soccer: 

Marian 2, Wisconsin Lutheran 1 (2OT)

Women’s Soccer: 

Marian 8, Wisconsin Lutheran 0

St. Norbert 4, Ripon College 1

UW-Stevens Point 3, UW-Oshkosh 1

Women’s Volleyball: 

UW-Whitewater 3, UW-Oshkosh 2 (17-25, 22-25, 25-21, 25-22, 15-8)


Aaron Rodgers is being honored as the N-F-C Offensive Player of the Week. The Packers quarterback threw five touchdown passes and ran for a score in Sunday’s 42-24 victory over the Raiders at Lambeau Field.  Rodgers finished with a perfect passer rating of 158-point-three. He said after Sunday’s game that it was “the most complete that I’ve played.” He also praised the offensive line for playing “fantastic.” Rodgers did it all without Pro Bowl wide receiver Davante Adams. The last time Rodgers won this award was Week 5 of the 2017 season.

Week 8 of the NFL season begins tonight as Minnesota hosts Washington. 


The Bucks open the regular season tonight in Houston, as Giannis Antetokounmpo leads Milwaukee against the Rockets and their stars James Harden and Russell Westbrook. Milwaukee will play 10 of its first 14 games on the road.  Along the way, the Bucks will face playoff-bound opponents like the Rockets, the Celtics, the Raptors, the Clippers and the Blazers. Coverage tonight begins at 6:30, tipoff is 7 pm on KFIZ and the Bucks Radio Network. 

Charlotte 126, Chicago 125

Minnesota 127, Brooklyn 126 (OT)

Detroit 119, Indiana 110

Major League Baseball: 

His 2019 season was cut short, but Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich has been named this year’s National League winner of the Hank Aaron Award.  One winner is picked in each league for being the most outstanding offensive performers. Yelich had 44 home runs, 97 runs batted in and 30 stolen bases. He led the N-L with a .329 batting average and a 7.3 offensive WAR.  Yelich led both leagues with a .671 slugging percentage and an O-P-S of 11 hundred (1.100).

World Series – Game 2: 

Washington 12, Houston 3

–The Nationals exploded for six runs in the seventh inning, part of 10 runs in total over the final three innings, as they took Game Two of the World Series in Houston Wednesday night. Game Three of the series is in Washington D.C. Friday night.