KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/11/2020

High School Sports – Thursday’s Results: 

Boys Basketball: 


St. Mary’s Springs 82, Mayville 72

–Aidan Ottery scored 17 points to lead the Ledgers in the win over the Cardinals

Omro 68, Winnebago Lutheran 59

–Ethan Cole scored 30 points to lead the VIkings in the loss to the Foxes

East Central Conference: 

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 73, Waupun 67

Ripon 67, Campbellsport 54

Winneconne 65, Kewaskum 28

Big East: 

St. Mary Catholic 75, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 64


Wautoma 73, Lomira 71

Girls Basketball: 

Eastern Wisconsin Conference:

Kiel 51, Chilton 14

Two Rivers 47, New Holstein 25


Watertown Luther Prep 66, Mayville 27

Boys Hockey: 

St. Mary’s Springs 7, Appleton United 0

–Brady Welsch scored two goals and had four assists in the win for the Ledgers


Winnebago Lutheran 52, North Fond du Lac/St. Mary’s Springs 24

Lomira 60, Omro 20

Laconia 48, Mayville 12

Women’s College Basketball: 


Marquette 86, Cincinnati 75


LA Rams 24, New England 3

Sports Headlines: 

>>Scoring Champion Harden Adds Bucks To List Of Teams He Would Join

(Houston, TX)  —  Three-time NBA scoring champion James Harden has added the Milwaukee Bucks to the list of teams he’d like to be traded to.  Harden says he no longer wants to play for the Rockets.  One pro basketball columnist suggests the Bucks should trade Khris Middleton, Brook Lopez and three first-round draft picks for the dynamic Harden.  He would be a significant scoring threat upgrade from Middleton and would give Milwaukee three major playmakers in its starting lineup. Of course, the Bucks are still holding their breath hoping Giannis Antetokounmpo signs the five-year, 227-million-dollar supermax deal before December 21st.  They already traded away several future draft picks for Jrue Holiday.

>>Brewers Sit One Out; Take No Action In Rule 5 Draft

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  The Milwaukee Brewers really weren’t participants in Thursday’s Rule 5 draft of unprotected players. Milwaukee selected no players and lost none.  The team passed when its turn came around.  Seventy-four players changed teams.  Since Brewers president of baseball operations Dave Stearns arrived in Milwaukee five years ago, the team has never picked a player in the major-league portion of the draft. The Brewers currently have four open spots on their 40-man roster.  Thursday’s action brought the Major League Baseball winter meetings to a close.

>>Red-Hot Hawkeyes On 5-Game Winning Streak With Badgers Coming To Town

(Iowa City, IA)  —  The Iowa Hawkeyes do well in rival trophy games against Iowa State, Minnesota, Nebraska and Wisconsin. They’ve won 18 out of the last 22. However, all four losses have come against the Badgers.  Those two teams meet Saturday at 2:30 p-m in Kinnick Stadium.  Iowa is on a five-game winning streak while averaging more than 37 points-a-game. They’ve scored 66 points off turnovers this season and their 63 interceptions over the last three seasons are number one in the nation.  That’s a big threat for the mistake-prone Badgers who bring a 2-and-2 record into the contest. The schedule says it’s Wisconsin’s last regular-season game, but there are rumblings the Badgers and Minnesota may make up the November 28th game next week.  It was called off due to COVID-19 cases in the Gophers program.

>>”More Relaxed” Lions Wait For Packers Sunday

(Detroit, MI)  —  With the firing of head coach Matt Patricia the Detroit Lions players say they are more relaxed.  That paid off with a 34-30 win over the Bears last week.  When Green Bay visits for a 3:25 p-m game Sunday the new-look Lions will have a chance to get a measure of revenge for a 42-21 pasting they received earlier this season.  Green Bay is a heavy favorite.  The big job for Detroit is slowing down running back Aaron Jones who ripped through the Lions in September for 168 rushing yards, 68 yards receiving, and three touchdowns.  Complicating things is the fact Detroit has had a hard time stopping any team on the ground.