KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 10/28/18
HIgh School Sports:
WIAA State Cross Country Meet:
Division 2 Boys Race:
North Fond du Lac/Oakfield’s Diego Charbonneau finished in 32nd place with a time of 17:07
Waupun’s Rhyer Smit finished in 42nd place with a time of 17:17
Division 3 Boys Race:
Isaac Shannon of St. Mary’s Springs finished in 36th place with a time of 17:19.
D1 Girls Team Race:
The Fond du Lac Girls Cross Country team finished in 15th place at state with 337 team points. Freshman Riley Collett led the way – finishing in sixth place individually with a time of 18:37. Madison Hughes finished in 48th (20:12), Ally Schmitz finished in 61st (20:24) and Brielle Coffey was in 106th place (21:14).
D2 Girls Race:
Lomira’s Marin Reed finished in 88th place with a time of 21:10.
Tirion Radke of Ripon placed 115th with a time of 21:44
D3 Girls Race:
Laconia’s Cyna Madigan placed 16th with a time of 20:06.
Ella Teske of Winnebago Lutheran placed 66th with a time of 21:23
Women’s College Soccer:
MSOE 2, Marian 1
Monmouth (IL) 3, Ripon College 1
UW-Platteville 2, UW-Oshkosh 0
Men’s College Soccer:
Monmouth (IL) 4, Ripon College 1
Women’s College Volleyball:
Ripon College 3, Beloit College 0 (25-15, 25-14, 25-23)
UW-Stout 3, UW-Oshkosh 2 (17-25, 25-21, 19-25, 25-15, 16-14)
Women’s College Hockey:
St. Mary’s (MN) 4, Marian 0
Minnesota 1, Wisconsin 0
Men’s College Hockey:
Wisconsin 6, Michigan Tech 2
Northwestern 31, Wisconsin 17
–Ryan Field continued to be a house of horrors for the Badgers – as Wisconsin lost three fumbles and turned in a largely ineffective performance on both sides of the ball in the loss to Northwestern on Saturday. The Wildcats scored 17 points off of those three fumbles, as quarterback Clayton Thorson ran for two scores and threw for another in the win. Alec Ingold’s four yard touchdown run put the Badgers up early, but Northwestern would never trail again, building a 14-10 halftime lead and extending it out to 31-10 before Wisconsin scored again. Sophomore Jack Coan, starting in place of Alex Hornibrook – who did not play because of a concussion – threw for 158 yards and a touchdown to Kendric Pryor in the loss. Wisconsin falls to 3-2 in Big Ten play and 5-3 overall. The Badgers host Rutgers on Saturday.
Penn State 30, Iowa 24
–Fond du Lac’s Robert Windsor totaled two tackles, a sack and a tackle for loss in the win over the Hawkeyes in Happy Valley.
Maryland 63, Illinois 33
–The Terrapins totaled over 700 yards of offense against the Illini
Michigan State 23, Purdue 13
Nebraska 45, Bethune-Cookman 9 (Non-Conference)
UW-Stevens Point 27, UW-Oshkosh 21
UW-Whitewater 40, UW-Stout 10
UW-La Crosse 35, UW-Platteville 28
UW-River Falls 42, UW-Eau Claire 24
University of Chicago 35, Ripon College 6
St. Norbert 17, Macalester College 15
Lawrence University 32, Beloit College 27
Lakeland University 52, Benedictine 42
Milwaukee 113, Orlando 91
–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 21 points, Khris Middleton added 18 and Malcolm Brogdon had 16 as the Bucks beat the Magic to improve to 6-0 on the year. Milwaukee hosts Toronto on Monday.
Chicago 97, Atlanta 85
World Series – Game 4:
Boston 9, LA Dodgers 6
–Boston leads the series 3-1 and can clinch the World Championship tomorrow night.
St. Louis 7, Chicago 3
Minnesota 3, Colorado 2