KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/29/18

Friday’s High School Results:

Boys Basketball:

Cedar Grove-Belgium 71, North Fond du Lac 54

–Mathias Gilbertson scored 20 points for North Fondy in the loss

Laconia 70, Ripon 63

–Reed Gunnink scored 30 points to lead Laconia in the win

Lomira 76, Random Lake 57

Oostburg 53, Mayville 45

Girls Basketball:

Randolph 52, North Fond du Lac 28

–Jordyn Stettbacher scored seven points to lead North Fondy in the loss.

Lomira 69, Campbellsport 55

–Crystal Geiger scored 32 points to lead Lomira in the win. Morgan Fryman scored 15 for Campbellsport in the loss.

Laconia 49, Grafton 45

Mayville 51, Palmyra-Eagle 38

–Syd Schultz scored 30 points to lead Mayville in the win

Cambridge Tournament:

Waupun 56, Fort Atkinson 43

Waupun 55, Cambridge 47

Boys Hockey:

Joe Raymond Memorial Tournament:

Kettle Moraine-Mukwonago-Oconomowoc (KMMO) 3, Fond du Lac 1

Northland Pines 7, St. Mary’s Springs 1

Girls Hockey:

Eau Claire 4, FDL Warbirds/Beaver Dam Alliance 1

Men’s College Basketball:


Marquette 84, Southern 41

–Markus Howard scored 26 points – going a perfect six for six from behind the three point line – in the win for the Golden Eagles

Women’s College Basketball:


Hope (MI) 63, UW-Oshkosh 57

Big Ten:

Minnesota 74, Wisconsin 56

Horizon League:

UW-Green Bay 76, UW-Milwaukee 62


Chicago 101, Washington 92

Atlanta 123, Minnesota 120 (OT)

College Football:

Music City Bowl:

Auburn 63, Purdue 14

–Auburn scored 56 points in the first half – the most points in any half in any bowl game in history – as they routed the Boilermakers.

Camping World Bowl:

Syracuse 34, West Virginia 18

Alamo Bowl:

Washington State 28, Iowa State 26

Today, the bowl season is highlighted by the two College Football Playoff semifinal games. Clemson plays Notre Dame in the Cotton Bowl at 3 pm, with Alabama playing Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl at 7:30. Winners advance to the CFP National Championship Game on January 7th.

Other bowls today include the Peach Bowl – where Michigan and Florida square off. South Carolina plays Virginia in the Belk Bowl, and Arkansas State battles Nevada in the Arizona Bowl.