KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/20/17

Boys High School Basketball:


Menomonee Falls 67, Fond du Lac 57

Oshkosh North 113, Young Coggs Prep 36

Reedsville 58, Chilton 42


St. Mary’s Springs 55, North Fond du Lac 53

Winnebago Lutheran 77, Omro 53

–Gabe Pruss scored 22 points, Alex Kuehl added 19 points and 18 rebounds for WLA in the win.

Girls High School Basketball:


Hortonville 65, Fond du Lac 53

–Ally Gietzel scored 25 points to lead the Cardinals


Mayville 54, Winnebago Lutheran 36

–Alyssa Lorenz had scored nine points and totaled eight rebounds in the loss for WLA.

East Central:

Ripon 66, Kewaskum 45

Waupun 48, Berlin 44

Winneconne 52, Campbellsport 40

Boys Hockey:

Marquette 4, Fond du Lac 2

Boys Swimming:

Appleton East 114, Fond du Lac 67


After being officially eliminated from the playoffs on Monday night with Atlanta’s win over Tampa Bay, the Packers have ended the season of Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, placing him on Injured Reserve. Green Bay signed Joe Callahan back to the 53-man roster to take his spot. The move comes after Rodgers returned from the injured list for last Sunday’s game at Carolina, in which he threw for three touchdowns and three interceptions in a 31-24 loss. The Packers went 3-4 in the seven games Rodgers missed with a broken collarbone to stay alive in the playoff hunt, but needed to win out to have a chance at making the postseason for the ninth year in a row. Brett Hundley, who started all seven games in Rodgers’ absence, will start the final two games against Minnesota and Detroit.

No Packer players were named to the 2018 Pro Bowl rosters when they were announced Tuesday night. Two former Packers, safety Micah Hyde of Buffalo and cornerback Casey Hayward of the LA Chargers were named starters in the defensive secondary. The Pittsburgh Steelers had a league-best eight selections to the all-star game, with New Orleans and Philadelphia each totaling six selections on the NFC side. The Pro Bowl will be played January 28th in Orlando.

Women’s College Basketball:

Green Bay 63, Northwestern 57


Milwaukee 119, Cleveland 116

–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 27 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as the Bucks held off the Cavaliers at the Bradley Center. Eric Bledsoe added 26 points on 10 ot 16 shooting from the floor. The Bucks host Charlotte on Friday.