KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 11/14/18

Girls High School Basketball:


Oostburg 55, St. Mary’s Springs 46

–Gracie Rieder and Jenna Gilgenbach each scored 13 points in the loss for the Ledgers.

Winnebago Lutheran 48, Fox Valley Lutheran 38

–Alayna Suprenand scored 19 to lead the Vikings in the win

Laconia 77, Shiocton 39

–Kiarra Otto and Haley Rens each had 14 points in the win for the Spartans

Hartford 66, Waupun 62

New Holstein 60, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 41

Men’s College Basketball:


Wisconsin 77, Xavier 68

–Ethan Happ posted a double-double of 30 points and 13 rebounds as the Badgers improved to 2-0 with a win over the Musketeers in the Gavitt Tipoff Games Tuesday night. D’Mitrik Trice added 22 points – going 5 for 5 on three pointers – while Brad Davison added 19. Wisconsin hosts Houston Baptist on Saturday – tipoff is 7pm.

Georgetown 88, Illinois 80

Florida International 86, UW-Milwaukee 83

Women’s College Basketball:


Wisconsin 68, UW-Milwaukee 57

–Marsha Howard scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Badgers in the win.


The Milwaukee Bucks return from a four-game western road trip tonight and will play their next six games at home – beginning with a game against the Memphis Grizzlies at the Fiserv Forum. The Bucks went 2-2 on that road trip and sit at 10-3 on the season. Memphis comes into tonight’s game at 7-5, and are 3-3 in their last six games. Tipoff time is 7pm, coverage starts at 6:30 on KFIZ and the Bucks Radio Network.

College Football:

Ripon College freshman quarterback Cormac Madigan – a Laconia alumnus – was one of six Red Hawks football players to earn all-conference honors from the Midwest Conference on Tuesday. Madigan earned first team honors, while also receiving the MWC’s “Newcomer of the Year” award. Madigan led the conference in rushing yards – with 1,109 – while his 13 rushing touchdowns tied for first in the league. He averaged 7.4 yards per carry this season in helping Ripon go 7-3 on the year.


Brewers manager Craig Counsell finished in second place in the voting for the National League Manager of the Year award that was announced Tuesday. Counsell finished second to Atlanta’s Brian Snitker – who got 116 points and 17 first place votes. Counsell received 11 first place votes and 13 second place votes – earning 99 points in total. Oakland’s Bob Melvin won the American League “Manager of the Year” award.


Washington 5, Minnesota 2

Detroit 6, Arizona 1