KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 11/15/19

High School Football: 

It’s the WIAA State Semifinals tonight – as we are just one game away from State for teams in all seven divisions. 

In Division Six tonight – St. Mary’s Springs takes on top-seeded Mondovi at Medford High School. The Ledgers have won 10 in a row after an 0-2 start to the season, defeating Racine Lutheran in Level Three last week. Mondovi is 12-0, and got past Mineral Point 29-22 in level three. The Buffaloes have recorded shutouts in nine of their 12 games this year. 

Coverage starts at 6 tonight with the high school kickoff show – we go live from Medford at 6:30, with kickoff at 7 on KFIZ. 

Also in Division 6 – Eau Claire Regis plays Abbotsford

Division 1 Semifinals: 

Kimberly vs. Bay Port

Muskego vs. Madison Memorial

Division 2 Semifinals: 

Brookfield East vs. Superior

Waunakee vs. Waukesha West

Division 3 Semifinals: 

Menomonie vs. Menasha

DeForest vs. New Berlin Eisenhower

Division 4 Semifinals: 

Kiel vs. Wrightstown

Catholic Memorial vs. River Valley

Division 5 Semifinals:

Amherst vs. Stratford

Lake Country Lutheran vs. Prairie du Chien

Division 7 Semifinals:

Edgar vs. Bangor

Black Hawk/Warren (IL) vs. Oshkosh Lourdes


Milwaukee 124, Chicago 115

–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 38 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead the Bucks to a win over the Bulls at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee. Eric Bledsoe chipped in 31 for Milwaukee, who has won seven straight in the series over Chicago. It’s back on the road for the Bucks – they hit the road for a three-game road trip that starts in Indiana on Saturday night. 

Men’s College Basketball: 


Michigan State 76, Seton Hall 73

Penn State 81, Georgetown 66

Women’s College Basketball: 


Colorado 74, Wisconsin 57

Northwestern 64, Marquette 56 (OT)

Minnesota 77, UW-Milwaukee 61


Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich came close to keeping his National League Most Valuable Player status, but he just missed too many games.  Yelich sat out the last 18 after injuring his knee. That was a factor as the Baseball Writers Association of American chose Los Angeles Dodgers slugger Cody Bellinger for the honor. Yelich still won the batting title and led the N-L in on-base percentage, slugging percentage, O-P-S, runs created, win probability added and several other categories.  Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell just finished second to Mike Shildt for 2019 N-L Manager of the Year earlier this week. Mike Trout of the LA Angels won the American League MVP award. 

College Football: 

The Wisconsin Badgers are heavy favorites as they travel to Lincoln to play the Cornhuskers Saturday.  Wisconsin (7-2) has beaten Nebraska six times in a row. It doesn’t have a long history, so it’s hard to say what value the teams put on the so-called Freedom Trophy, but the Badgers haven’t let the Huskers touch it.  Kickoff from Memorial Stadium is at 11:00 A-M. Coming off a 250-yard game, Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor faces a defense he pounded for 221 yards and three scores last year.


Thursday Night Football: 

Cleveland 21, Pittsburgh 7

–Baker Mayfield threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as the Browns knocked off the Steelers in Cleveland. 


Minnesota 3, Arizona 2

Los Angeles 3, Detroit 2 (OT)