KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 11/26/19

High School Sports – Tuesday’s Results: 

Girls Basketball: 

Winnebago Lutheran 44, Kewaskum 40

–Geneva Hewitt scored 13 points, Alyssa Lorenz had 10 points and 10 rebounds for WLA in the win. 

Men’s College Basketball: 


Richmond 62, Wisconsin 52

–Nate Reuvers scored 17 points to lead the Badgers in the loss in the Legends Classic in Brooklyn. Wisconsin shot just 34 percent from the floor for the game, including 7-of-27 from three point range in the loss. Wisconsin plays New Mexico in the third place game of the tournament this afternoon – coverage starts at 3 pm, with tipoff at 4 on KFIZ. 

UW-Green Bay 85, Cal State-Northridge 84

Virginia Tech 71, Michigan State 66

–The Hokies beat the #3 ranked Spartans in Maui

Ohio State 71, Kent State 62

Northwestern 78, Bradley 51

Nebraska 82, Washington State 71

Indiana 88, Louisiana Tech 75

Women’s College Basketball: 


UW-Oshkosh 85, Alma College (MI) 42

Mississippi State 74, Marquette 68


Milwaukee 122, Utah 118

–The Greek Freak does it again – posting his 17th consecutive double-double, this one for 50 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Bucks past the Jazz at Fiserv Forum. Wesley Matthews added 19 points in the win, the eighth in a row for Milwaukee. The Bucks are 14-3 on the year and host Atlanta tomorrow night. 

Portland 117, Chicago 94

Minnesota 125, Atlanta 113

Detroit 103, Orlando 88

College Football: 

Wisconsin’s Zach Hintze officially has the longest field goal made in the nation this season. The Badger’s kickoff specialist just snuck the ball inside the left upright for a school-record 62-yarder as the first half against Purdue ended on Saturday. Hintze’s kick also stands as the longest field goal hit in college football since UTEP’s Jose Martinez hit a 64-yarder in 2008. Hintze had not attempted a field goal this season until Saturday. 


Green Bay coach Matt LaFleur says everyone on the Packers – coaches and players – has to take ownership of Sunday night’s 37-8 blowout loss against the 49ers. LaFleur says his offense made more mistakes than in any game since week one. He says the defense was able to hang tough for a time, but two big-play T-Ds were the result of being out-schemed and out-played.  Even special teams had an off night. What was so hard to understand, the coach told reporters Monday, was that his team had a good week of practice coming off the bye.

Monday Night Football: 

Baltimore 45, LA Rams 6

–Lamar Jackson threw for 169 yards and five touchdowns in the blowout win for the Ravens


NY Rangers 3, Minnesota 2 (OT)