KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/27/19

High School Sports – Thursday’s Results: 

Boys Basketball: 

Winnebago Lutheran 86, Manitowoc Lutheran 70

–Donovan Schwartz scored 33 points, Carson Nell added 21 as the Vikings won over the Lancers at the Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook Shootout at Concordia University in Mequon. 

College Basketball: 


The Wisconsin men’s basketball team travels to Knoxville Saturday for a non-conference matchup with Tennessee. The 6-and-5 Badgers are coming off an 83-64 win over UW-Milwaukee last Saturday at the Kohl Center. D’Mitrik Trice scored a career-high 31 points against the Panthers and was named co-Big Ten Player of the Week. Nate Reuvers had 22 points and Ohio State transfer Micah Potter added 12 in his U-W debut. Tennessee improved to 8-and-3 with a 75-53 victory over Jacksonville State on Saturday. The Badgers are a combined 0-5 on the road and at neutral sites this year, while the Vols are 6-1 at home. 




The Milwaukee Bucks return to action tonight in Atlanta. The Bucks lost for just the fifth time all season in falling to the 76ers on Christmas Day 121-109. The Hawks have lost eight in a row and sit at 6-25 on the year, including a loss Monday night to Cleveland. The two teams met exactly one month ago on November 27th, with Milwaukee coming out on top 111-102 at home. Tipoff time tonight is 6:30 pm, no broadcast on KFIZ because of high school basketball. 


Minnesota 105. Sacramento 104 (2OT)


Detroit 132, Washington 102

College Football: 

Bowl Games (Thursday): 

Independence Bowl: Louisiana Tech 14, Miami (FL) 0

Quick Lane Bowl: Pittsburgh 34, Eastern Michigan 30

The Big Ten jumps into bowl action today with a pair of conference teams in action. Michigan State will play Wake Forest in the Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium in New York around 2:30 this afternoon, while #16 Iowa will play #22 USC in the Holiday Bowl in San Diego at 7 tonight. 

Other games today feature North Carolina and Temple in the Military Bowl, Oklahoma State and Texas A&M in the Texas Bowl and Air Force and Washington State in the Cheez-It Bowl. 


The Green Bay Packers face a Detroit Lions team Sunday that is much different than the one that lost in October on a last-second field goal at Lambeau Field. The 3-11-and-1 Lions are on an eight-game losing streak and have played the second half of the season without quarterback Matthew Stafford. But Packers coach Matt LaFleur says they won’t take Detroit lightly. LaFleur said the game has huge implications – and his team could earn a first-round bye and home-field in the N-F-C playoffs. Green Bay won the October matchup 23-22 thanks to a pair of disputed hands-to-the-face penalties against Lions defensive end Trey Flowers.