KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/30/19

High School Sports:

Boys Hockey: 

Joe Raymond Memorial Tournament (Saturday):

Fond du Lac 7, Waukesha 1

St. Mary’s Springs 3, KMMO 2 (OT)

–Max VandeSlunt scored the game-winner 1:27 into overtime

Sunday’s Tournament Results: 

St. Mary’s Springs 5, Fond du Lac 3


Green Bay 23, Detroit 20

–Mason Crosby nailed the game-winning 32-yard field goal as time expired to beat the Lions and give the Packers a first round bye in the NFC playoffs. The Packers played a dismal first half, trailing 17-3 at the break – but rallied to outscore the Lions 20-3 in the second half, tying the game on a 28 yard pass from Aaron Rodgers to Allen Lazard with 5:19 left. The Packers defense forced a 3-and-out from Detroit with 1:26 left in the game, then drove 68 yards in six plays to set up Crosby’s game-winner. 

The Packers will be the #2 seed in the NFC Playoffs after San Francisco beat Seattle on Sunday night to claim the #1 overall seed. 

Chicago 21, Minnesota 19

–Bears kicker Eddie Piniero kicked the game-winning field goal with 10 seconds left to knock off the Vikings. Chicago closes the year 8-8, while the Vikings finish 10-6 and will be the #6 seed in the NFC playoffs. 

College Football: 

Today’s Bowl Schedule: 

RedBox Bowl: Illinois vs. California

First Responder Bowl: Western Kentucky vs. Western Michigan

Music City Bowl: Mississippi State vs. Louisville

Orange Bowl: #9 Florida vs. #24 Virginia

Men’s College Basketball: 


Emory University 87, UW-Oshkosh 80

–Adam Fravert scored 30 points to lead the Titans in the loss. 


West Virginia 67, #2 Ohio State 59

#11 Michigan 86, UMass-Lowell 60

#13 Maryland 84, Bryant 70

#14 Michigan State 95, Western Michigan 62

#20 Penn State 90, Cornell 59

#25 Iowa 93, Kennesaw State 51

Illinois 95, North Carolina A&T 64

Nebraska 73, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 52

Hartford 67, Northwestern 66

Arkansas 71, Indiana 64

Women’s College Basketball: 


UW-Oshkosh 62, Ripon College 55

Big East: 

DePaul 89, Marquette 71


The Milwaukee Bucks try to beat Chicago for the third time this season tonight (Monday) at the United Center, but they may have to do it without Giannis Antetokounmpo. He missed Saturday’s 111-101 victory over the Orlando Magic and is listed as day-to-day. Milwaukee (29-5) has taken five out of its last six games after having that 18-game winning streak snapped.  The game against the Bulls will be the sixth contest for the Bucks in the last 10 days. Chicago has a 13-and-20 record but has won three out of its last four games. Listen to tonight’s game on KFIZ – coverage starts at 6:30 pm. 


Chicago 3, Columbus 2 (Shootout)

NY Islanders 3, Minnesota 1

Tampa Bay 2, Detroit 1

College Hockey: 

Marian 4, UW-Superior 4

–The Sabres win the shootout over the Yellowjackets to claim the Superior Showdown title