KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/20/2020
High School Sports – Saturday’s Results:
Kiel 77, North Fond du Lac 43
Lourdes Academy 86, Laconia 73
Reedsville 60, Chilton 59
Fall River 52, Stockbridge 50
St. Mary’s Springs 45, Waterloo 30
–Reese Neumann and Izzy Coon each scored 13 points for the Ledgers in the win
Winnebago Lutheran 51, Waupun 49
–Geneva Hewitt scored 16 points to lead the Vikings in the win. Abbie Aalsma scored 23 points to lead the Warriors in the loss.
Laconia 54, Grafton 45
–Haley Rens scored 16 points to pace the Spartans in the win
Fond du Lac 39, Appleton East 30
St. Mary’s Springs 4, Verona 3
Wisconsin 20, Minnesota 17 (OT)
–Collin Larsh made the game-winning 30-yard field goal on the second possession of overtime to lift the Badgers over the Gophers for the 2nd year in a row, and 16th time in the last 17 games of the rivalry.
Garrett Groshek ran for 154 yards and a score, and sophomore quarterback Chase Wolf threw for his first career touchdown pass in the victory, as Wisconsin kept Paul Bunyan’s Axe in Madison.
The win snaps a three-game losing streak for the Badgers, who close the season with a 3-3 record.
#4 Ohio State 22, #14 Northwestern 10
–Trey Sermon ran for 331 yards and two touchdowns as the Buckeyes won the Big Ten Championship Game over the Wildcats in Indianapolis. Ohio State finishes the season 6-0.
Penn State 56, Illinois 21
Top 25 Action:
#1 Alabama 52, #7 Florida 46
–Najee Harris scored four touchdowns in the first half as the Crimson Tide held off the Gators in Atlanta to win the SEC Championship Game. The two teams combined for over 1,000 yards of total offense in the game.
#3 Clemson 34, #2 Notre Dame 10
–Trevor Lawrence threw for 322 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score as the Tigers dominated the Irish to win their sixth straight ACC Championship.
#5 Texas A&M 34, Tennessee 13
#10 Oklahoma 27, #6 Iowa State 21
–The Sooners win their sixth straight Big 12 Championship
#9 Cincinnati 27, #23 Tulsa 24
–The Bearcats win the American Athletic Conference Championship and finish the season 9-0.
#24 San Jose State 34, Boise State 20
–The Spartans win the Mountain West Conference Championship
Men’s College Basketball:
#12 Wisconsin 85, #23 Louisville 48
–Micah Potter scored 20 points to lead the way as the Badgers blew out the Cardinals at the Kohl Center. The win is Wisconsin’s largest margin of victory over a ranked team in school history. The Badgers open Big Ten play Tuesday against Nebraska.
#1 Gonzaga 99, #3 Iowa 88
–Jalen Suggs scored 27 points as the top-ranked Bulldogs took down the third-ranked Hawkeyes in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Luka Garza scored 30 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the loss for Iowa.
#20 Ohio State 77, UCLA 70
Indiana 68, Butler 60
Purdue 88, Notre Dame 78
UW-Milwaukee 68, UW-Green Bay 65
Women’s College Basketball:
UW-Milwaukee 64, Robert Morris 52