KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/11/19

High School Sports – Tuesday’s Results: 

Boys Basketball: 

Neenah 88, Fond du Lac 57

–Alex Rusch scored 18 points, Mack Sebert had 14 and Henry Wright added 12 in the loss for Fond du Lac. The Cardinals drop to 3-2 on the year – and play host to Hortonville on Friday. 

Oshkosh North 72, Appleton West 43

Oshkosh West 72, Appleton East 64

Kimberly 72, Appleton North 52

Hortonville 92, Kaukauna 61

St. Mary’s Springs 41, Mayville 39

Winnebago Lutheran 64, Omro 53

Lomira 63, North Fond du Lac 44

–Jake Lax scored 22 points to lead Lomira, Liam Schalk scored 18 for North Fondy in the loss.

Laconia 70, Winneconne 59

Hustisford 71, Oakfield 33

–Grant Bass scored 13 points to lead Oakfield

Girls Basketball: 

Fond du Lac 50, Neenah 49

Lakeside Lutheran 52, Winnebago Lutheran 38

–Rylee Loehr scored 12 points to lead the Vikings in the loss

North Fond du Lac 49, Campbellsport 35

–Bree Rock scored 16 points to lead North Fondy, Campbellsport was led by Shayley Narges with 11 points

Ripon 61, Lomira 54

Watertown Luther Prep 66, Waupun 55

Kewaskum 50, Mayville 32

New Holstein 54, Chilton 25

Two Rivers 47, Kiel 26

Boys Hockey: 

Fond du Lac 11, Appleton United 3

–Caden Carlson lit the lamp three times in the win for Fondy

St. Mary’s Springs 9, Fox Cities 0

Girls Hockey: 

FDL Warbirds 3, University School of Milwaukee 3 (Tie – OT)

–The Warbirds scored twice in the third period to force OT. 

Men’s College Basketball: 


#2 Kansas 95, UW-Milwaukee 68

UCF 79, UW-Green Bay 66

The Wisconsin Men’s Basketball team returns to action tonight as they look to improve to 2-0 in Big Ten play with a road contest at Rutgers. The Badgers broke a three-game losing streak Saturday with a 20-point win over Indiana at the Kohl Center. The Scarlet Knights are 6-3 on the season – losing their Big Ten opener Sunday at Michigan State. Tipoff time tonight is 6 pm, coverage starts at 5 on KFIZ. 


The Milwaukee Bucks try to extend their winning streak to 16 games in-a-row tonight when they take on the New Orleans Pelicans at Fiserv Forum. The Bucks held off Orlando Monday night by a score of 110-101 behind 32 points and 15 rebounds from Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Pelicans are just 6-18 on the season – and have lost nine in a row, including a 105-103 loss to Detroit on Monday night. 

New Orleans has been reeling since #1 overall pick Zion Williamson was declared out for six to eight weeks with a torn meniscus in his knee. Media reports say that timeline is likely to be pushed back – and that the top pick may not make his debut until sometime in the new year. 

Tipoff time tonight is 8:30 pm – we’ll join coverage in progress after Badger Basketball. 


Outfielder Christian Yelich and reliever Josh Hader have been named to the first-ever All-M-L-B team. Those two Brewers were named to the first team, while former Brewer catcher Yasmani Grandal was chosen for the second team. Grandal recently signed a deal with the Chicago White Sox. Yelich had 44 home runs and won his second straight National League batting title in 2019. Hader had an E-R-A of two-point-62 to go with 138 strikeouts in 75-and-two-thirds innings.


Las Vegas 5, Chicago 1

Anaheim 3, Minnesota 2 (Shootout)

Winnipeg 5, Detroit 1