KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/3/19
High School Sports – Monday’s Results:
North Fond du Lac 54, Weyauwega-Fremont 51
–Liam Schalk scored 20 points to lead the Orioles in the win
Sheboygan South 68, New Holstein 49
Cambria-Friesland 58, Central Wisconsin Christian 43
Milwaukee 132, New York 88
–Make it 12 wins in a row for the Bucks – as they roll past the Knicks at Fiserv Forum Monday night. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 26 points and grabbed 15 rebounds – with DJ Wilson adding 19 points off the bench to lead the way for Milwaukee. The Bucks improve to 18-3 on the year – they’ll go for win #13 in a row Wednesday night in Detroit.
Chicago 113, Sacramento 106
Men’s College Basketball:
Big Ten-ACC Challenge:
Minnesota 78, Clemson 60
Miami (FL) 81, Illinois 79
Iowa at Syracuse
#4 Michigan at #1 Louisville
#10 Duke at #11 Michigan State
Northwestern at Boston College
#17 Florida State at Indiana
Rutgers at Pittsburgh
The Milwaukee Brewers cut ties with five more players Monday when they decided not to offer contracts to infielders Travis Shaw and Tyler Saladino, and pitchers Jimmy Nelson, Junior Guerra and Alex Claudio. Those decisions were announced Monday, a few hours after the Cincinnati Reds revealed they had signed third baseman Mike Moustakas to a four-year, 64-million dollar contract. Contracts were tendered to three other arbitration-eligible players – relievers Josh Hader, Corey Knebel and Brent Suter.
Three-fourths of the way through the 2019 season and the Green Bay Packers are still averaging negative yardage on punt returns. The N-F-L Network is reporting the Packers claimed Tyler Ervin off waivers from Jacksonville Monday afternoon. Later in the day, the team announced it had released Tremon Smith. Not only has Green Bay been bad on punt returns, the team’s 19-and-a-half-yard average on kickoff returns is ranked dead last. Ervin has returned 61 punts during his career, averaging eight-point-three yards-a-return.
Seattle 37, Minnesota 30
–Russell Wilson threw for 240 yards and two touchdowns as the Seahawks held off the Vikings on Monday Night Football. Minnesota drops to 8-4 and will host Detroit on Sunday.
St. Louis 4, Chicago 0
NY Islanders 4, Detroit 1