KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/18/19
High School Sports – Tuesday’s Results:
Kaukauna 73, Fond du Lac 60
–Mack Sebert scored 18 points, Henry Wright added 16 in the loss for Fondy. The Cardinals travel to Kimberly Friday night.
Kimberly 76, Oshkosh North 61
Oshkosh West 80, Appleton North 67
Hortonville 78, Appleton West 43
Neenah 79, Appleton East 44
Campbellsport 48, North Fond du Lac 35
–Jakob Jaeger & Alan Ayala each scored 11 points for the Orioles. Nicholas Fleischman scored 12 points to lead Campbellsport
Berlin 46, Laconia 37
–Reed Gunnink scored 19 points to lead Laconia
Lomira 57, Ripon 51
Kewaskum 68, Mayville 47
Chilton 75, New Holstein 67
Roncalli 63, Kiel 53
Kaukauna 52, Fond du Lac 47
Winnebago Lutheran 54, Mayville 39
–Kiara Shea scored 16 points to lead WLA, MaKayla Konrad scored 15 to lead Mayville
North Fond du Lac 39, Lomira 30
–Becca Kingsland scored 17 points to lead the Orioles
Kettle Moraine Lutheran 61, Waupun 50
Neenah/Hortonville/Menasha 5, Waupun 1
Neenah 142, Fond du Lac 43
Men’s College Basketball:
St. Norbert 96, UW-Oshkosh 95 (OT)
–Will Mahoney scored 20 points to lead five players in double figures for UWO.
Marquette 93, Grambling State 72
–Markus Howard scored 26 points in the win for Marquette
Women’s College Basketball:
UW-Oshkosh 72, St. Norbert 57
Marquette 65, South Dakota State 58
Left tackle David Bakhtiari and quarterback Aaron Rodgers are the only two Packers chosen for the 2020 Pro Bowl to be played next month. Rodgers’ selection is the eighth of his impressive career. Bakhtiari was named for the second time. Ten Green Bay players were named alternates, including kicker Mason Crosby, linebacker Za’Darius Smith, wide receiver Davante Adams, cornerback Jaire Alexander, safety Adrian Amos, defensive lineman Kenny Clark, running back Aaron Jones, center Corey Linsley, linebacker Preston Smith and fullback Danny Vitale.
The Baltimore Ravens lead the league with 12 Pro Bowl selections. New Orleans leads the NFC with seven.
The Pro Bowl will be played January 26th.
The national signing period for college teams to sign their recruiting class opens today, and the Wisconsin Badgers expect to sign a big class of sizable high school linemen today (Wednesday). The Badgers expect to hook up with at least 17 players and five are offensive linemen. Trey Wedig of Kettle Moraine High School and Jack Nelson from Stoughton are rated the top-two prospects in the state. Wedig had offers from Georgia, Michigan, Notre Dame and U-S-C, plus others, while Nelson was on the radar for Michigan and Iowa. Wisconsin’s 2020 class ranks 10th in the Big Ten and 38th nationally according to Rivals.com.
Las Vegas 3, Minnesota 2
Columbus 5, Detroit 3