KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/23/2020

High School Sports – Tuesday’s Results: 

Girls Basketball: 


Laconia 65, St. Mary’s Springs 32

Big East: 

Manitowoc Lutheran 41, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 35


Beaver Dam 72, Waupun 62

Heritage Christian 51, Central Wisconsin Christian 48

Stockbridge 44, St. Thomas Aquinas 28

Princeton/Green Lake 47, Adams-Friendship 43

Boys Basketball: 

East Central Conference: 

Campbellsport 67, Waupun 51


Randolph 77, North Fond du Lac 43

–Liam Schalk scored 17 points to lead the Orioles in the loss

Random Lake 60, Oakfield 42

Kiel 69, Kewaskum 56

Sheboygan Christian 51, Central Wisconsin Christian 48

Stockbridge 71, St. Thomas Aquinas 32

Boys Hockey: 

St. Mary’s Springs 10, Homestead 0

Baraboo/Portage 4, Waupun 1

Girls Hockey: 

Fox Cities 5, FDL Warbirds 0


Winneconne 58, Waupun 22

Plymouth 42, Campbellsport 41

Sheboygan Falls 39, Chilton/Hilbert 36

Men’s College Basketball: 

Big Ten: 

#9 Wisconsin 67, Nebraska 53

–Brad Davison scored 15 points, with Aleem Ford adding 13 as the Badgers won over the Cornhuskers at the Kohl Center in the Big Ten opener. Wisconsin rebounded from a poor first half shooting the ball, to shoot 50 percent from the floor and 45 percent from three-point range in the second half. The Badgers play at Michigan State on Christmas Day – tipoff is 11:30 AM. 

#4 Iowa 70, Purdue 55

–Luka Garza scored 22 points to lead the Hawkeyes past the Boilermakers in Iowa City

Women’s College Basketball: 

Big East: 

Marquette 69, Xavier 56

College Football: 

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl: 

Nevada 38, Tulane 27

Boca Raton Bowl: 

#16 BYU 49, UCF 23

Sports Headlines: 

>>Bucks Open Season At Boston – Possible Preview Of Eastern Conference Finals

(Boston, MA)  —  When the Milwaukee Bucks open the N-B-A season at Boston tonight (Wednesday) it is a possible preview of the Eastern Conference finals. Tip-off from the T-D Garden is 6:30 p-m Central time.  Two-time defending NBA Most Valuable Player Giannis Antetokounmpo will lead a rebuilt Bucks lineup against All-Star forward Jayson Tatum and the Celtics.  Boston has seemingly improved its roster after losing to the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference finals last season.

>>Villanova Visits Marquette For Important Big East Conference Showdown

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  The Marquette Golden Eagles will try to snap a two-game Big East Conference losing streak when Villanova visits the Fiserv Forum tonight (Wednesday).  Tip-off is at 6:00 p-m.  The Eagles have upset two ranked opponents this season and the Wildcats are number-five in the polls.  Defensive lapses have hurt Marquette in an up-and-down 5-and-4 season.  The Golden Eagles are 1-and-2 in conference games.  Senior Koby McEwen leads the scoring attack with 15 points-a-game.  Ohio State transfer D-J Carton is averaging a dozen.  Freshman big-man Dawson Garcia has been a presence with 13 points and six-point-six rebounds-a-game.

>>Packers Center Corey Linsley Set To Return From IR

(Green Bay, WI)  —  Center Corey Linsley practiced with the Packers Tuesday and has been designated by the team to return from injured reserve.  Green Bay has a 21-day window to activate Linsley to the 53-man roster. It’s possible he might be available for Sunday’s night game against the Tennessee Titans.  Linsley suffered a knee injury against the Bears November 29th and he has missed three games.  Linsley was the highest-graded NFL center at Pro Football Focus after the first 11 games of the season.  During 625 total snaps and 379 pass-blocking assignments, he had no penalties and gave up just one sack and two pressures.  With the postseason already clinched, it’s possible the team would give him another week to recover.

>>Only Family & Friends Of Teams Will Be Allowed In To See Duke’s Mayo Bowl

(Charlotte, NC)  —  The only people allowed inside Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina for next week’s Duke’s Mayo Bowl will be family and friends of the two teams and the bowl organizer.  The Wisconsin Badgers are playing the Wake Forest Demon Deacons next Wednesday at 11:00 a-m. The Charlotte Sports Foundation made the announcement Tuesday.  It says an automatic refund for all ticket purchases through the Foundation and Ticketmaster will be applied within 30 days.  The decision was made by Mecklenburg County public health officials in partnership with Bank America Stadium and the CSF after COVID-19 data and guidance were reviewed.