KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 11/3/19
High School Sports:
WIAA State Cross Country Meet – at Wisconsin Rapids:
Division One (Girls):
The Fond du Lac Girls Cross Country team finished in 17th place at State, with sophomore Riley Collett taking fifth place in the individual standings with a time of 18:26.
Division Two (Boys):
Xavier Lasee of North Fond du Lac/Oakfield finished in a tie for 42nd place in the D2 Individual standings with a time of 17:29.
Rhyer Smit of Waupun finished in a tie for 20th place in the D2 Individual standings with a time of 17:08.
Travis Kohlmann of Kiel finished in a tie for 53rd in the D2 Individual standings with a time of 17:42.
Wyatt Schmitz of Chilton finished in a tie for 48th in the D2 individual standings with a time of 17:36
Division Two (Girls):
The Kewaskum Girls Cross Country Team finished in 15th place at State. Junior Alyssa Butz finished in 34th in the individual race to lead the Indians.
Division Three (Girls):
Cyna Madigan of Laconia finished in a tie for 7th in the D3 Individual standings with a time of 20:31.
Local College Sports – Saturday’s Results:
Monmouth College (IL) 3, Ripon College 0
Ripon College 4, Monmouth College (IL) 3 (OT)
UW-Oshkosh 4, UW-Platteville 0
Ripon College 3, Marian 2 (23-25, 25-19, 16-25, 25-19, 15-9)
–The Sabres finish the season with a 6-20 overall record
Marian 5, UW-Stout 4
Purdue 31, Nebraska 27
Illinois 38, Rutgers 10
–The Illini have won three Big Ten games in a row for the first time since 2007
Indiana 34, Northwestern 3
–The Hoosiers improve to 7-2 on the season
Michigan 38, Maryland 7
UW-Oshkosh 24, UW-Platteville 20
–Titans’ quarterback Kobe Berghammer threw the game-winning touchdown pass to Peter MacCudden with 18 seconds left in the game.
UW-Whitewater 21, UW-La Crosse 17
UW-Stevens Point 40, UW-Eau Claire 12
UW-Stout 30, UW-River Falls 24
Ripon College 49, Beloit College 7
–Austin Bunders ran for three scores and caught a touchdown pass in the win for Ripon
St. Norbert 49, Macalester College 7
Eureka College (IL) 50, Lakeland University 49
–The teams combined for 1,030 yards of offense and 99 points in the game
Milwaukee 115, Toronto 105
–Giannis Antetokounmpo totaled 36 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists as the Bucks won over the Raptors at Fiserv Forum on Saturday night. Kyle Lowry scored 36 for Toronto in the loss. The Bucks play seven of their next eight games on the road – they’ll open the road trip with a visit to Minnesota on Monday.
Minnesota 131, Washington 109
Detroit 113, Brooklyn 109
St. Louis 4, Minnesota 3 (OT)
Florida 4, Detroit 0