KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/12/17
Boys High School Basketball:
St. Mary’s Springs 63, Sheboygan County Christian 58
–Cade Christensen scored 21 points to lead the Ledgers.
Lomira 66, Cedar Grove-Belgium 55
Columbus 66, Mayville 46
Dodgeland 66, Oakfield 65
Girls High School Basketball:
Central Wisconsin Christian 65, Johnson Creek 31
–CWC’s MaKayla DeYoung posted a triple-double of 18 points, 17 rebounds and 10 assists in the win.
Hilbert 50, Chilton 43
Wisconsin freshman guard Kobe King had season-ending surgery Monday on his left knee, just days after being ruled out of Saturday’s game against Marquette with the injury. King had played in each of the first 10 games of the season, and averaged 19 minutes and 5.2 points per game. He is eligible to apply for a medical hardship waiver after the season and can return as a redshirt freshman next season if it is granted. King’s surgery came on the same day sophomore guard D’Mitrik Trice had surgery on his foot. He is not expected back until mid-January at the earliest.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers underwent medical tests Monday morning to determine whether his broken right collarbone has healed to the point where he could make a return to the lineup for Sunday’s game at Carolina. Dr. Pat McKenzie is expected to make a determination after consulting with several specialists. Sunday marks the first game that Rodgers is eligible to be activated off of injured reserve.
Miami 27, New England 20
–Jay Cutler threw for 263 yards and three touchdowns and the Dolphins defense intercepted Tom Brady twice in the upset win.
Five Wisconsin football players were named Associated Press All-Americans on Monday. The group is highlighted by junior linebacker TJ Edwards, who was named a first-team All-American by the AP, joining Iowa’s Josey Jewell and Georgia’s Roquan Smith as first team selections. Running back Jonathan Taylor and tight end Troy Fumagalli earned second team All-America selections, while tackle David Edwards and guard Beau Benzschawel earned third team All-America honors. The five AP All-America selections matches the most in school history, a mark previously set in 2010.