KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/18/18

Monday’s High School Results:

Girls Basketball:

Ozaukee 67, Lomira 50

–Crystal Geiger scored 15 points in the loss for Lomira. Ozaukee’s Becca Shauer scored 36 points in the win.

Mayville 52, Columbus 49

–Syd Schultz scored 20 points for Mayville in the win

Chilton 65, Reedsville 35

Boys Basketball:

Oakfield 56, Central Wisconsin Christian 41

–Jaxson Hoffman scored 25 points for the Oaks in the win

Women’s College Basketball:


At Miami, FL:

UW-Oshkosh 69, Thiel College (PA) 42

Men’s College Hoops News:

The Wisconsin men’s basketball team held steady at number 16 in this week’s Associated Press Top 25. Wisconsin played just one game last week – a 101-60 win over Savannah State at the Kohl Center on Thursday. That win improved the Badgers’ record to 9-2 on the year. The top three teams in the AP Poll remain unchanged, with Kansas, Duke and Tennessee holding down those spots. Michigan sits at four, Virginia at five, Nevada at six, Auburn at seven, Gonzaga drops four spots to number eight, with North Carolina at nine and Michigan State at 10. Marquette jumped up a spot in this week’s rankings – climbing up to number 20.


Milwaukee 107, Detroit 104

–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 32 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in the win for the Bucks – their second win over the Pistons this month. Khris Middleton added 22 for Milwaukee who closed out a three game road trip with a 2-1 record. The Bucks return home Wednesday to host New Orleans.

Oklahoma City 121, Chicago 96

Minnesota 132, Sacramento 105


The Packers claimed running back Kapri Bibbs off of waivers from Washington on Monday – adding some running back help after Aaron Jones is likely to miss the rest of the season with a sprained MCL. Bibbs was a 2014 undrafted free agent signee by Denver and spent a few years on the Broncos practice squad before being traded to and ultimately released by San Francisco in 2017. He spent all of last year on Washington’s practice squad and active roster.

Packers offensive lineman Alex Light has been suspended one game for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. Light will miss Sunday’s game against the Jets and will be eligible to return for the team’s season finale against the Lions in week 17. The undrafted free agent out of Richmond has seen action in two games – primarily on special teams this year.

Monday Night Football: New Orleans 12, Carolina 9

College Football:

Three UW-Oshkosh football players have been named All-Americans by D3football.com. Senior linebacker Derrick Jennings Jr. was a first team selection, while senior offensive lineman Alex Wendorf earned second team honors. Safety Cole Yoder earned honorable mention All-America honors. Jennings Jr. is the first Titan player to collect two All-America first team honors from any organization. Both Wendorf and Yoder are first time All-America selections. A total of 25 UW-Oshkosh football players have combined to collect 27 All-America honors from D3football.com since the site began its award program in 1999. Ten players from the WIAC were named All-Americans by D3football.com – six from UW-Whitewater, one from UW-Eau Claire being selected to go along with the three from Oshkosh.