KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/13/17

Boys High School Basketball:


Fond du Lac 58, Appleton North 47

–Drew Jorgensen scored 29 points to lead the Cardinals in the win. Fondy travels to Oshkosh North on Friday.

Oshkosh North 95, Hortonville 58

Kaukauna 88. Oshkosh West 79

Appleton West 63, Neenah 56

Kimberly 52, Appleton East 39

East Central:

Campbellsport 48, Berlin 38

Ripon 55, Winneconne 48


Winnebago Lutheran 77, Kiel 46

–Alex Kuehl scored 19 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in the win for WLA. Mason Herkstroeter added 17 points for the Vikings.

North Fond du Lac 85, Chilton 77 (OT)

Girls High School Basketball:


St. Mary’s Springs 60, Winnebago Lutheran 50

–Emily Mueller scored 18 to lead Springs in the win, Jena Krueger had 19 points and 11 rebounds in the loss for WLA.

Mayville 58, Lomira 41

Boys High School Hockey:

Fond du Lac 7, Wisconsin Rapids 4

St. Mary’s Springs 2, Fox Cities 2 (Tie)

–Zach Welsch scored both goals for Springs

Boys Swimming:

Neenah 141, Fond du Lac 45

–Andrew Park took second place in the 200 freestyle, Ben Stoffel-Murray second in the 200 individual medley, Abe Stoffel-Murray second in the 100 freestyle

Men’s College Basketball:


Indiana State 85, Green Bay 63

The Badger basketball team returns to action tonight at the Kohl Center against Western Kentucky. Pregame coverage begins at 6pm with tipoff at 7 on KFIZ.


Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers confirmed on his Instagram account Tuesday night that he’s been medically cleared to return to play in Sunday’s game at Carolina. The announcement comes after a day of discussion with medical personnel, led by team physician Dr. Pat McKenzie. Head coach Mike McCarthy said Monday that Rodgers had undergone tests to determine how his surgically repaired right collarbone had healed and that the decision was in an “evaluation stage”. Rodgers broke the collarbone on October 15th against Minnesota on a hit by Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr. Backup quarterback Brett Hundley took his place, winning three of the Packers seven games in that span to keep the team in the playoff hunt with a 7-6 mark. The Packers and Panthers kickoff at Noon on Sunday, pregame coverage begins at 10am on KFIZ.

Former Packers players Ryan Longwell and Mark Tauscher will be inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame this summer. The ceremony will be held July 21st at the Lambeau Field Atrium. Longwell kicked for nine seasons in Green Bay, totaling 1,054 career points. That total stood as the team’s all-time scoring mark until 2015. Tauscher played in 134 games with 132 starts during his eleven-year Packer career.

College Football:


Wisconsin linebacker Jack Cichy has decided to enter the NFL Draft, foregoing a chance to ask the NCAA for a sixth year of eligibility because of a right knee injury. Cichy announced his decision in a story posted Tuesday morning on The Players Tribune website. Cichy tore his ACL during fall camp and missed all of this season. In 2016, his season was cut short because of a torn pectoral muscle he suffered midway through the season.