KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/19/18
Tuesday’s High School Results:
Fond du Lac 61, Manitowoc Lincoln 48
–Mack Sebert scored 22 points for the Cardinals as they sunk the Ships in non-conference play Tuesday night. Fondy returns to FVA play Friday night at Oshkosh North.
St. Mary’s Springs 76, Omro 70
–Cade Christensen scored 34 points to lead the Ledgers past the Foxes
Winnebago Lutheran 71, Mayville 55
–Carson Nell and Gabe Pruss each scored 14 points in the win for WLA
Laconia 62, North Fond du Lac 19
–Caden Wittchow led the Spartans with 15 points in the win, Matthias Gilbertson scored nine points for North Fondy in the loss
Kettle Moraine Lutheran 64, Campbellsport 60
Martin Luther 79, Waupun 64
–Marcus Domask scored 25 for the Warriors in the loss
Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 56, St. Lawrence Seminary 41
Chilton 60, Reedsville 56
Howards Grove 59, Kiel 55
Oshkosh North 71, Fond du Lac 40
Winnebago Lutheran 58, St. Mary’s Springs 54
–Kaylee Frey scored 19 points and tallied 14 rebounds, while Geneva Hewitt scored 16 points for WLA in the win. St. Mary’s Springs was led by Jennifer Chatterton with 14 points and Brianna Freund with 13 points in the loss.
Berlin 58, Waupun 50
Ripon 55, Kewaskum 47
Winneconne 47, Campbellsport 37
Lake Country Lutheran 54, Oakfield 51
Fond du Lac 92, Appleton West/Kimberly 90
–Nick Dilling and Andrew Park each won two events in the tight win for the Cardinals
Men’s College Basketball:
UW-Oshkosh 79, St. Norbert 68
–Ben Boots scored 31 points – making five three pointers in the win over the Green Knights.
Marquette 92, North Dakota 66
–Markus Howard scored 26 points, Sam Hauser added 21 for the Golden Eagles in the win. Marquette hosts Buffalo on Friday night.
Women’s College Basketball:
UW-Oshkosh 57, Eastern University (PA) 56
–Karsyn Rueth nailed a three pointer with two seconds left to give the Titans the win in Miami. St. Mary’s Springs graduate Melanie Schneider had a career-high 18 points to lead the Titans in the win
UW-Green Bay 81, UW-Parkside 32
The Milwaukee Bucks return home tonight after a three game road trip to take on the New Orleans Pelicans at the Fiserv Forum. Milwaukee went 2-1 on the road swing against all Central Division foes, concluding the trip with a 107-104 win over Detroit Monday night. The Bucks record sits at 20-9 on the season so far. New Orleans, meanwhile, is 15-16 overall and has alternated wins and losses over their last 10 games. The Pelicans most recently lost in Miami on Sunday 102-96. This will be a short return home for the Bucks, who head back out on another three game road trip starting Friday. Tonight’s game starts at 7pm, coverage on the Bucks Radio Network starts at 6:30 on KFIZ.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and wide receiver Davante Adams were named to the NFC Pro Bowl roster Tuesday night. The selection is the seventh Pro Bowl trip for Rodgers, and is Adams’ second trip to the NFL all-star game. Adams was an injury replacement selection last year, making this his first original selection to the game. Rodgers was last selected in 2016. David Bakhtiari, Kenny Clark and Corey Linsley were named as alternates from the Packers.
The Packers placed running back Aaron Jones on injured reserve Tuesday. Jones left Sunday’s loss to Chicago with a sprained MCL and will miss the final two games of the season. Green Bay signed wide receiver Allen Lazard off of Jacksonville’s Practice Squad to take Jones’ spot on the roster. Lazard is an undrafted free agent out of Iowa State that has spent all season on the Jaguars’ practice squad.
Boca Raton Bowl:
UAB 37, Northern Illinois 13
Tonight is the Frisco Bowl in Frisco, Texas – as San Diego State plays Ohio