KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 11/26/17

Boys High School Basketball:

Fond du Lac 72, Germantown 49

–Drew Jorgensen scored 25 points, making six three pointers, to lead Fondy to the win in their season opener. The Cardinals head to Kimberly to take on the Papermakers on Tuesday.

Oshkosh Lourdes 70, Laconia 66 (OT)

Waupun 92, Waterford 62

–Waupun’s Marcus Domask scored 35 points and surpassed 1,000 points for his career in the win.

Girls High School Basketball:

St. Mary’s Springs 66, Roncalli 64

–Emily Mueller scored 24 points to lead Springs in the win.

Boys High School Hockey:

University School of Milwaukee 7, Waupun 3

College Football:

Big Ten:

Wisconsin 31, Minnesota 0

–The Badgers finish the regular season 12-0 and retain Paul Bunyan’s Axe for the 14th straight year.

Ohio State 31, Michigan 20

–The Buckeyes defeat the Wolverines for the sixth straight year. OSU is 15-3 vs. Michigan since 2000.

Northwestern 42, Illinois 7

Purdue 31, Indiana 24

Penn State 66, Maryland 3

–Fondy’s Robert Windsor recovered a fumble in the win for Penn State

Michigan State 40, Rutgers 7

NCAA Division 3 Playoffs:

UW-Oshkosh 42, North Central (IL) 21

–Titans’ QB Brett Kasper threw for 276 yards and six touchdowns in the win as the Titans advanced to the D3 Quarterfinals for the second straight year. Oshkosh will take on Wartburg (IA) next Saturday at Noon from Titan Stadium.

Men’s College Basketball:

Benedictine 82, Marian 78

Women’s College Basketball:

Benedictine 85, Marian 44

Wisconsin 73, Vanderbilt 71 (OT)

Mississippi State 67, Green Bay 46


Utah 121, Milwaukee 108

–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 27 points and added 13 rebounds in the loss for Milwaukee. Eric Bledsoe scored 18 for the Bucks who fall back to .500 at 9-9 on the year. The Bucks are at Sacramento on Tuesday night.

NBA G-League:

Lakeland 109, Wisconsin 104

–Cliff Alexander scored 18 points in the loss for Wisconsin. The Herd hosts Fort Wayne on Tuesday at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

Men’s College Hockey:

Marian 2, Bethel (MN) 0

Mercyhurst 3, Wisconsin 2

Women’s College Hockey:

Wisconsin 4, Boston University 2