KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 11/12/19

High School Football: 

The Fond du Lac area is once again well-represented on the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association “All-Region” teams which were announced on Monday. 

Fond du Lac High School placed eight players on the All-Region team – they include seniors Moses Riehl, Paul Thielman, Zavier Ellis and Fletcher Haus, juniors Kyle Walljasper, Tony Millard and Sam Wood and sophomore Braelon Allen. 

Saint Mary’s Springs placed three on the All-Region team – including seniors Logan Rameker and Jake Hoch (both as a linebacker & a fullback/tight end) and sophomore Billy Schrauth

Winnebago Lutheran’s Donovan Schwartz was named to the All-Region team – Schwartz was honored as both a wide receiver and a defensive back. 

Lomira placed two on the All-Region team – senior Collin Yanke (both as a running back and linebacker) and junior Avery Johnson

See the full All-Region teams here

Men’s College Basketball: 

Gavitt Tip-Off Games: 

DePaul 93, Iowa 78

–The Blue Demons shot 61 percent from the floor in the win over the Hawkeyes in Iowa City. 

The Gavitt Tip-Off Games continue tonight – when Michigan hosts Creighton and Minnesota travels to Butler


University of Wisconsin transfer student Micah Potter is going to get the chance to state his case to the N-C-A-A.  The date for the telephone hearing hasn’t been set. The Committee for Legislative Review has denied a waiver for Potter twice. He transferred from Ohio State and is arguing he shouldn’t have to sit out the first semester of this season because he didn’t play any games last year. Transfers have to sit out a full year at their new school, but the N-C-A-A has already granted dozens of waivers.

Junior forward Nate Reuvers of the Wisconsin Badgers has been named Big Ten Player of the Week. He averaged 18 points, 10 rebounds and six-and-a-half blocked shots-a-game in two outings. He matched a U-W program record with nine blocks in a single game against Eastern Illinois last week. The Badgers host McNeese State Wednesday night and follow that up with in-state rival Marquette next Sunday at the Kohl Center.

Women’s College Basketball: 


UW-Oshkosh 68, St. Mary’s (MN) 54

–Leah Porath scored 19 points to lead the Titans to a win in their season opener at the Kolf Sports Center in Oshkosh.  


The Bucks will be without Khris Middleton for three to four weeks as he deals with a left thigh contusion. Middleton had an MRI on Monday for the injury which he sustained during Sunday’s win over Oklahoma City. The forward is averaging 18.5 points, 5.7 rebounds and 2.9 assists in 10 starts for Milwaukee this year. The Bucks are 7-3 and host Chicago on Thursday night. 

Minnesota 120, Detroit 114

College Football: 

Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor turned in the 27th 200-yard rushing performance of the season in the FBS, running 31 times for 250 yards against Iowa.Taylor, who had 130 yards in the fourth quarter alone, is the only player to go for 250 against the Hawkeyes since at least 2000. It was Taylor’s third 250-yard game, and first since he ran for 321 against Purdue in 2018. The Badgers travel to Nebraska on Saturday – kickoff is 11 AM from Lincoln. 


Former Packers quarterback Zeke Bratkowski has died in Florida at the age of 88. Although he served mostly as a backup to Bart Starr, he’s still enshrined in the Packers Hall of Fame. Bratkowski is remembered for leading Green Bay to a 13-10 overtime win against the Baltimore Colts in a 1965 playoff game. He won 10 of his 14 starts for the Packers, spending a total of 14 years in the N-F-L.

Monday Night Football: 

Seattle 27, San Francisco 24 (OT)

–Seahawks kicker Jason Myers made the game-winning field goal as time expired to hand the 49ers their first loss of the season.