KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/4/19

High School Sports – Tuesday’s Results: 

Boys Basketball: 

Fond du Lac 50, Appleton West 41

–Mack Sebert scored 21 points, Henry Wright added 16 as the Cardinals won their home opener over the Terrors. Fondy is now 3-0 on the season and will play at Appleton North on Friday. 

Markesan 65, St. Mary’s Springs 43

Waupun 65, Winnebago Lutheran 64 (OT)

Lomira 60, Cambridge 31

Omro 60, Ripon 54

Campbellsport 45, Horicon 43

Rio 62, Oakfield 24

Kewaskum 72, Kiel 67

Girls Basketball: 

Appleton West 56, Fond du Lac 33

Winnebago Lutheran 74, Ripon 64

–Geneva Hewitt scored 22 points to lead the Vikings, Kerstin Sauerbrei scored 27 points for Ripon in the loss. 

Oakfield 49, Lomira 47

–Autumn Schrauth scored 12 points to lead Lomira, Aryn Uttendorfer paced Oakfield with 16 points, Mya Lamonska scored 13 to lead Oakfield in the win. 

Columbus 48, Mayville 37

Sheboygan Falls 61, Chilton 18

Brillion 51, New Holstein 44

Kiel 68, Roncalli 66

Boys Hockey: 

Fond du Lac 5, Waupun 3

–Nolan Grier scored two goals for Fondy in the win

St. Mary’s Springs 0, Arrowhead 0 (OT)

Men’s College Basketball: 

Big Ten-ACC Challenge: 


Wolfpack fans calling it “flopping,” but it’s called taking a charge in Wisconsin. Five times Badger guard Brad Davison drew charging calls as his team edged North Carolina State last year 79-75. The same two squads meet on the court in Raleigh tonight (Wednesday) as part of the Big Ten-A-C-C Challenge.  Wisconsin brings a 4-and-3 record into the matchup after losing two-in-a-row. North Carolina State is 5-and-2.

Iowa 68, Syracuse 54

#1 Louisville 58, #4 Michigan 43

#10 Duke 87, #11 Michigan State 75

Northwestern 82, Boston College 64

Indiana 80, #17 Florida State 64

Pittsburgh 71, Rutgers 60


Drake 56, UW-Milwaukee 53

Women’s College Basketball: 


Marian 71, Rockford 65 (OT)

–Sabres freshman Madison Holdiman scored 22 points – making six three pointers in the win. 


The Bucks go for their 13th straight win tonight as they visit the Detroit Pistons. Milwaukee is 18-3 and scored over 130 points in their last two games, both blowout wins over Charlotte and the New York Knicks. The Pistons are 8-13 and have won their last two games. The teams last met on November 23rd, with Milwaukee winning 104-to-90. Tipoff tonight is 6 pm. 

College Football: 

The Wisconsin Badgers have advanced to eighth in the next-to-last C-F-P rankings of the season. The 38-17 win at Minnesota moved coach Paul Chryst’s team up by four slots after checking in at number-12 last week.  The Badgers’ opponent in the Big Ten Championship game Saturday, Ohio State, held on to number-one. In fact, one-through-four didn’t change – Ohio State, L-S-U, Clemson and Georgia. Utah and Oklahoma remain on the outside looking in.


Four former Green Bay Packers have been nominated for positions on the “N-F-L 100 All-Time Team” this week. Defensive end Reggie White was named last week and cornerbacks, safeties and kickers are being picked this time. The four finalists who played in the green-and-gold are cornerbacks Charles Woodson and Herb Adderly, safety Willie Wood and kicker Jan Stenerud.  Those four played a combined 35 years for Green Bay.