KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/29/19
High School Sports – Saturday’s Results:
Randolph 77, North Fond du Lac 44
–Liam Schalk scored 14 points to lead the Orioles in the loss
Laconia 80, Ripon 65
Manawa 70, Oakfield 54
–Grant Bass scored 18 points to lead the Oaks in the loss
Randolph 47, North Fond du Lac 40
Oregon 77, Laconia 68
Waterloo 59, Mayville 57
Fond du Lac 7, Waukesha 1
St. Mary’s Springs 3, KMMO 2 (OT)
–Max VandeSlunt scored the game-winner 1:27 into overtime
FDL Warbirds 3, Bay Area 3 (Tie/OT)
–The Warbirds scored three goals in the third period to force OT, where the teams settled for a tie.
Several area teams competed at the Oshkosh Lourdes On the Water invite over Friday and Saturday. Highlights include:
Fond du Lac HS: Isaac Ortegon took second place at 152 pounds, falling to Aiden Vandenbush of Random Lake by an 8-1 decision in the championship match.
Campbellsport HS: Roman Skorupa placed 8th at 126 pounds, losing to Michael Parker of Slinger by a fall in 4:25.
Chilton/Hilbert: Trent Breckheimer placed 2nd at 182 pounds, losing to John Bieber of Coleman by a 2-0 decision in the championship match. Chilton/Hilbert also had Joe Boehnlein (132), Maverik Ott (138) and Gaven Lisowe (160) all place fifth in their respective weight classes.
Laconia: Tyler Lovejoy placed 3rd at 170 pounds, winning the third place match over Sam Schwabe of Random Lake by a fall in 2:52
Lomira: The Lions had a pair of eighth place finishers – Hunter Feucht (170) and Abe Helsell (195).
North Fond du Lac/St. Mary’s Springs: Marcus Orlandoni took second place at 220 pounds, losing to Ethan Heil of Edgar in the championship match by a fall in 2:35. The Oriole/Ledger team also had Andrew Forsythe place seventh at 152 pounds
Men’s College Basketball:
Wisconsin 68, Tennessee 48
–D’Mitrik Trice scored 21 points, Brevin Pritzl chipped in 17 for the Badgers to get the road win over the Volunteers in Knoxville. Wisconsin improves to 7-5 on the year – and closes out the non-conference schedule Tuesday against Rider at the Kohl Center.
Marquette 106, Central Arkansas 54
–Markus Howard scored 30 points to lead the Golden Eagles in the win
Northern Kentucky 74, UW-Milwaukee 64
Wright State 90, UW-Green Bay 84
Women’s College Basketball:
Rutgers 64, Wisconsin 61
UW-Milwaukee 60, Wright State 58
UW-Green Bay 65, Northern Kentucky 44
Milwaukee 111, Orlando 100
–Playing without Giannis Antetokounmpo for the second straight night, Khris Middleton scored 21 points to lead the way as the Bucks held off the Magic at Fiserv Forum. Three different players scored 17 points for the Bucks – Ersan Ilyasova, Robin Lopez and George Hill – in the win. Milwaukee is 29-5 on the year, they’ll go for win number 30 Monday night in Chicago.
Chicago 116, Atlanta 81
Cleveland 94, Minnesota 88
San Antonio 136, Detroit 109
Lakeland 118, Wisconsin 111
Saturday Bowl Games:
Peach Bowl: #1 LSU 63, #4 Oklahoma 28
–Tigers quarterback Joe Burrow threw seven touchdown passes in the first half as LSU crushed Oklahoma to advance to the National Championship Game in New Orleans on January 13th.
Fiesta Bowl: #3 Clemson 29, #2 Ohio State 23
–The Tigers go 94 yards in four plays to score the game-winning touchdown with 1:49 left in the game and knock out the Buckeyes.
Clemson will take on LSU in New Orleans for the National Championship
Cotton Bowl: Penn State 53, Memphis 39
Camping World Bowl: Notre Dame 33, Iowa State 9
Marian 5, Bethel (MN) 2