KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 11/29/17
Boys High School Basketball:
Kimberly 79, Fond du Lac 53
–The Cardinals travel to Kaukauna on Friday
Winnebago Lutheran 68, Sheboygan Falls 65
–Mason Herkstroeter scored 20 points, Alex Kuehl added 16 for the Vikings
Markesan 74, North Fond du Lac 65
–Dawson Wodsedalek scored 21 points to lead the Orioles in the loss.
Lomira 71, Ripon 69
Laconia 89, Winneconne 43
–Jaylen Mahone scored 25 points to lead the Spartans
Rio 66, Oakfield 42
Kewaskum 53, Kiel 40
Girls High School Basketball:
Kimberly 69, Fond du Lac 37
Manitowoc Lutheran 66, Winnebago Lutheran 50
–Jena Krueger scored 17 points to lead the Vikings in the loss.
Mayville 56, Ripon 36
Waupun 51, Columbus 37
Central Wisconsin Christian 62, Hustisford 46
Boys High School Hockey:
St. Mary’s Springs 5, Cedarburg 1
–Brady Welsch scores four goals for the Ledgers in the win
High School Boys Swimming:
Fond du Lac scores 109 points to place second at a home triangular with Sheboygan North and Kiel. Sheboygan North took first place with 132 points, Kiel was third with 89. Ben Stoffel-Murray and Andrew Park won three events for Fondy each, while Abe Stoffel-Murray won two
High School Wrestling:
Neenah 66, Fond du Lac 3
Men’s College Basketball:
Marian 64, MSOE 57
Big Ten/ACC Challenge:
Georgia Tech 52, Northwestern 51
Florida State 78, Rutgers 73
Purdue 66, Louisville 57
Virginia Tech 79, Iowa 55
Wake Forest 80, Illinois 73
Penn State at NC State, Clemson at Ohio State, Michigan at North Carolina, Miami at Minnesota, Boston College at Nebraska, Duke at Indiana
Women’s College Basketball:
Marquette 92, Loyola-Chicago 30
Milwaukee 112, Sacramento 87
–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 32 points, Eric Bledsoe added 21 in the win for the Bucks. Milwaukee travels to Portland on Thursday.
12 Wisconsin football defensive players earned all-conference recognition by the Big Ten on Tuesday when the league announced their All-Conference lists for Defense and Special Teams. Leading the way were consensus first-team All-Big Ten selections linebacker TJ Edwards and cornerback Nick Nelson.
Safety D’Cota Dixon earned first team all Big Ten honors from conference coaches, and third team honors from the media. Defensive End Alec James and Kicker Rafael Gaglianone were consensus second team picks.
Defensive end Connor Sheehy and linebacker Garrett Dooley earned second team honors from the coaches and third team honors from the media. Cornerback Derrick Tindal earned third-team honors from the coaches, and was an honorable mention pick by the media.
Linebacker Ryan Connelly, safety Joe Ferguson, linebacker Leon Jacobs, safety Natrell Jamerson and nose tackle Olive Sagapolu were all consensus Honorable Mention All-Conference selections.
All-Big Ten teams for Offense will be announced today.
The Badger football team moves into the top four of this week’s College Football Playoff Rankings. The Badgers jump up one spot from number five after beating Minnesota 31-0 last Saturday to complete an unbeaten regular season. Clemson, Auburn and Oklahoma make up the rest of the top four. Alabama and Georgia are just outside the playoff heading into championship weekend. Wisconsin’s opponent in Saturday’s Big Ten Championship, Ohio State, sits at number eight in the rankings.